Martin Hattala


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Hattala, Martin

 

Born Nov. 4, 1821, in Trstená; died Dec. 11, 1903, in Prague. Slovak linguist; professor at Charles University in Prague (beginning in 1854). Corresponding member of the St. Petersburg Academy of Sciences. He was the author of Grammar of the Slovak Language (1850), the first work of its kind, which played a significant role in the standardization of the Slovak literary language (based on the central Slovak dialect). He was also concerned with questions relating to the Czech literary language.

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Krátka mluvnica slovenská. Prešpork, 1852.
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August Schleicher und die slavischen Consonantengruppen. Prague, 1869.
Brus jazyka českého. Prague, 1877.
Slovnávací mluvnice jazyka českého a slovenského. Prague, 1857.
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