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Sir William Jones (28 September 1746 – 27 April 1794) was an Anglo-Welsh philologist, a puisne judge on the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, and a scholar of ancient India, particularly known for his proposition of the existence of a relationship among European and Indian languages, which would later be known as Indo-European languages. He, along with Henry Thomas Colebrooke and Nathaniel Halhed, founded the Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1784, and started a journal called Asiatick Researches.

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  • William Jones (philologist)
  • وليم جونز (مستشرق)
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  • William Jones (filólogo)
  • William Jones (linguiste)
  • William Jones (filologo)
  • ウィリアム・ジョーンズ (言語学者)
  • William Jones (taalkundige)
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  • William Jones (filólogo)
  • Джонс, Уильям (филолог)
  • 威廉·琼斯
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  • Sir William Jones (28 September 1746 – 27 April 1794) was an Anglo-Welsh philologist, a puisne judge on the Supreme Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, and a scholar of ancient India, particularly known for his proposition of the existence of a relationship among European and Indian languages, which would later be known as Indo-European languages. He, along with Henry Thomas Colebrooke and Nathaniel Halhed, founded the Asiatic Society of Bengal in 1784, and started a journal called Asiatick Researches.
  • السير وليم جونز ( 1159 - 1208 هـ / 1746 - 1794 م ) هو مستشرق بريطاني وفقيه قانوني. أنشأ «الجمعية الأسيوية» سنة 1784 وتولى رئاستها إلى آخر حياته.
  • Sir William Jones (* 28. September 1746 in London; † 27. April 1794 in Kalkutta) war ein britischer Indologe und Jurist. Er war ab 1783 Richter am Obersten Gericht in Kalkutta. Er ist besonders durch seine Arbeiten zur indogermanischen Sprachfamilie bekannt.
  • William Jones, né à Londres le 28 septembre 1746 et mort à Calcutta (Inde) le 27 avril 1794, est un orientaliste et linguiste, fondateur en 1784 de la Société asiatique du Bengale, une des premières associations consacrées à l'étude scientifique des civilisations et langues orientales. Les Anglais lui attribuent à tort la découverte des similitudes entre le sanscrit et le grec et le latin déjà repérées par Gaston-Laurent Cœurdoux (voir l'introduction par Michel Bréal à sa traduction française de la Grammaire comparée de Bopp ).
  • Sir William Jones (Londres, 28 de septiembre de 1746 - Calcuta, 27 de abril de 1794) fue un lingüista e investigador de la antigua India, célebre en particular por su redescubrimiento de la familia de las lenguas indoeuropeas
  • William Jones (Londen, 28 september 1746 – Calcutta, 27 april 1794) was een Brits rechter en taalkundige. Hij is vooral bekend geworden door zijn onderzoek naar het oude India en als een van de ontdekkers van de Indo-Europese taalfamilie.
  • ウィリアム・ジョーンズ(Sir William Jones、1746年9月28日 - 1794年4月27日)は、イギリスの裁判官。言語学上の功績から、言語学者として記されることが多い。イギリスによる初期のインド研究を担った。
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