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Authors:Hassen Cheriha, Yousra Gati, and Vladimir Petrov Kostov
generic case when neither of the coefficients of the polynomial is 0, i.e. we consider the family of polynomials P := x d + a d −1 x d −1 +···+ a 0 , x , a j ∈ ℝ ∗ . Denote by c and p the numbers of sign changes and sign preservations in the
In Mongolic, the words belge and mengge have practically the same meaning, cf. LM belge ‘sign mark, token, symptom, symbol; prognostic, omen’ and LM mengge ‘birthmark, mole; sign’. This paper aims to answer the question of whether these two words are etymologically related with each other or not, and also attempts to shed light on a question put forward by Gerhard Doerfer. In two of his works Doerfer (1992; 1993) suggested that there might be loanwords in Early Turkic taken from different Mongolic languages, but this idea has gone practically unnoticed in the Altaistic literature.