A dead language that was spoken in Chinese Turkestan (Xinjiang) during the first millennium A.D. and written in a North Indian script. It has two distinct forms, known as Tocharian A and B.

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Everything about Tocharian
Article by Mark Dickens on the language's discovery, phonology, morphology, syntax, lexicon, dialects, and Indo-European context.
TITUS: Tocharian Manuscripts: THT
Includes transliterations and translations as well as scans of Tocharian A and Tocharian B manuscripts, from TITUS (Thesaurus Indogermanischer Text- und Sprachmaterialien [Compendium of Indo-European texts and linguistic materials])
Tocharian
A Tocharian-to-English dictionary with nearly 200 words. Often provides etymologies as well.
Tocharian A Texts
A very coarsely annotated collection of texts.
Tocharian Alphabet
GIF and JPG images with information on its origin and notable features.
Tocharian B Texts
A very coarsely annotated collection of texts.
Tokharian and Baltic - William R. Schmalstieg
An essay drawing parallels between the Tokharian and the Baltic subfamilies of Indo-European languages.
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