“Romani Dictionary: Gurbeti - English / English - Gurbeti” by Hedina Tahirović Sijerčić
Romani Dictionary: Gurbeti - English / English - Gurbeti
Author: Hedina Tahirović Sijerčić
Publisher: Magoria Books
Format: hardcover (case laminate)
Size: 5.5" × 8.5"
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Author of “Learn Romani”,
“Romani Dictionary: Kalderash - English / English - Kalderash
and “The Living Fire - E Zhivindi Yag”
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Hedina Tahirović Sijerčić is a Romani journalist, poet, author, and translator, whose accomplishments span decades and continents. Her experiential knowledge of her native Gurbeti Romani and her professional expertise as the translator of several books, plays, and film scripts into the dialect make her the ideal compiler of the first Gurbeti Romani - English dictionary to be published in decades.
Containing over 17,000 lexical items, grammatical information, and example sentences illustrating real-world usage, this dictionary is an essential resource for both new learners seeking to communicate with Gurbeti-speaking Roma, as well as native Romani speakers and writers interested in broadening their interdialectal Romani vocabulary.