Latg

(redirected from Latgalian)
Also found in: Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
LatgLanguages around the Globe (blog)
LatgLaboratory Animal Technologist
LatgLouisiana Technology Group (New Orleans, LA)
LatgLatgalian (linguistics)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
In the case of Muktupavela there is also the residual Latgalian, the narrator's native idiom which she uses once, when at a loss, as it were, thus compensating for her inability to communicate in the language of the host country.
Romanovska concludes, "No matter how hard Latvian writers wanted to dive into the Latgalian identity, to grasp all its features, it was still impossible, as they remained foreigners for this land.
Riga-based political analyst Aleks Grigoryevs has argued that it would be easy and sufficient to rally 5-10 percent of the Latgalian population behind a potentially successful separatist movement.
Dew-retted hemp fibers of local variety "Purini" and shives of variety "Bialobrzeskie" grown on the experimental fields of the Latgalian Agriculture Research Center LLZC (district Vilani, Latvia) are used in this research.
(1) Leivu linguistic enclave was in the area where Latgalian High Latvian is spoken (Viitso 2009; cf.
The Law also ensures the maintenance, protection and development of the Latgalian written language as a historic variant of the Latvian language (Art.
The Latgalian text in the Russian emigrant literature in Latvia of the 1920s-1930s is a quite interesting phenomenon.
To the west, Metsepole bordered on the east coast of the Gulf of Riga, to the east on the northern Baltic Latgalian county Talava, to the southeast on the Livonian Idumea County, and to the south on the Livonian Turaida County with Gauja Livonians.
Modern researchers (Suplinska, Runce, Leikuma, etc.) recognize that, since 2000, the process of recognition and construction of Latgalian regional identity has entered a qualitatively new stage: discussions on the importance of the Latgalian language as a regional language have been revived; in the policy planning documents Latgale is recognized as a special region, the development of which should attract special attention and funding, etc.
Led by conductor Guntis Kuzma, the audience will hear the enchanted wisdom of Lithuanian composer Rimanta Serksnyte, latticed symbols from the WWII era by Latgalian soundsmith Janis Ivanovs, and Estonia's Arvo Part striking ritual bells with one of his most famous pieces Fratres.
As far as we know the Livonian language area bordered on Livonoid or Tamian Low Latvian and the Leivu language area was surrounded by Latgalian High Latvian.
Households in Latgale depend more on income from pensions and benefits than people in the rest of the country In 2015, more than one third of income per Latgalian household member came from pensions and benefits.