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Jäschke, Heinrich August

(May 17, 1817–September 24, 1883). Moravian miss. and linguist; b. Herrnhut, Saxony, Ger.; educ. and taught at Paedagogium at Niesky; in 1856 he went to Kyelang (Kailing), Lahul province, India, near Tibet, to prepare for work among Chinese Mongols. Works include Ger. Tibetan lexicon; Eng.-Tibetan lexicon; Tibetan grammar.

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