Cite as follows:
Baxter, William H. and Sagart, Laurent. 2011. Baxter-Sagart Old Chinese reconstruction. (Version 1.00, 20 Feb. 2011). Accessed via STEDT database <http://stedt.berkeley.edu/search/> on 2020-04-04.
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An explanation of the OC root structure in the Baxter-Sagart 1.00 system can be found here.
From the source:
字: character (traditional form)
pīnyīn: standard pronunciation in pīnyīn romanization
MC: ASCII-friendly Middle Chinese transcription
OC: Old Chinese reconstruction in the Baxter-Sagart system, in two forms: (1) a convenient, user-friendly form that omits information about uncertainties in the reconstruction, followed (where necessary) by (2) a reconstruction in curly brackets which indicates more explicitly which parts of the reconstruction are less secure. For some items there are remarks about possible dialect developments.
gloss: a simple gloss intended for identification only; for more accurate information about meaning, one of the large standard dictionaries should be consulted.
GSR: the letter and number of the item in Karlgren’s Grammata serica recensa; items which do not appear in GSR are usually assigned an appropriate number, without a letter.
Languages in this source:
|ISO 639-3||Language Name||Short Lg Name||Group||num. of records||Phon. Inventory|
|och||Chinese (Old)||OC||9.0.1 - Old Chinese||4074|
|cmn||Chinese (Mandarin)||pinyin||9.0.3 - Modern Chinese||4074|
|n/a||Chinese (Middle)||MC||9.0.2 - Middle Chinese||4074|
|och||Chinese (GSR #)||GSR||9 - Sinitic||4074|
|n/a||Chinese (Hanzi)||Hanzi||9 - Sinitic||4074|