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Proto-Minahasan

phonology, morphology, and wordlist

by James N. Sneddon

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Published by Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University in Canberra .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Celebes (Indonesia)
    • Subjects:
    • Malayan languages -- Grammar, Comparative.,
    • Reconstruction (Linguistics),
    • Celebes (Indonesia) -- Languages.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 198-204.

      Statementby J.N. Sneddon.
      SeriesPacific linguistics. Series B, Monographs ;, no. 54, Pacific linguistics., no. 54.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL5291 .S65
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 204 p. :
      Number of Pages204
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3136435M
      ISBN 100858831694
      LC Control Number82463477
      OCLC/WorldCa8494385

      Books for review should be sent to one of the Editors. The Editors cannot guarantee to publish reviews in the case of books sent unsolicited, or to return those books to the publishers. 15 offprints will be sent to authors of articles, review articles, and brief communications; 2 offprints to authors of short reviews. Doran () has chosen this form as the title of a book on Austronesian canoe origins, but he combines a genuine Oceanic cognate set with such non-cognate WMP forms as Tagalog baŋkaʔ ‘boat’, Malagasy lakana (Prov. laka) ‘canoe’.

      Proto-Minahasan *atəd: transport, convey: Mongondow: atod: escort, conduct, bring, take, carry: pokog-atod: time of the bringing of something (used in a fixed expression uttered at the time the marriage dowry is brought) antod: take away, lead away: Bare'e: ata: bring or escort someone to his destination: Tae' antaʔ: escort, accompany, take. Resources in the language. Anututane wam kwikwiu kayuk kakna Jesu Kraistda takepbut takna anin. n.a. Lae, Papua New Guinea: The Bible Society of New Guinea. Dictionary and source book of the Wik-Mungkan language. Kilham, Christine; Summer Institute of Linguistics. Proto-Minahasan: phonology, morphology, and wordlist. Sneddon.

      Note: Possibly identical to PMP * sabaŋ ‘estuary, shore near the mouth of a river’ (cp. Bikol sábaŋ ‘the mouth of a river; the modern meaning has been widened to include: conjunction (as of two rivers), crossing, crossroads, fork, intersection, junction (of railroad tracks, streets, rivers)’. Dempwolff () posited ‘Uraustronesisch’ * cabaŋ ‘bifurcation’ (Gabelung). This is an index of every use of the template {{}} inside etymology sections.. The terms in this index were extracted from the database dump.. The following proto-languages were represented in Wiktionary entries at this time.


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A Database of Basic Austronesian Vocabulary. Source/Author: James N. Sneddon: Notes: Sneddon, James N. Proto-Minahasan: phonology, morphology, and wordlist. He is the author Proto-Minahasan book the book Colloquial Jakartan Indonesian, which describes the Jakarta dialect.

In the book The Indonesian Language: Its History and Role in Modern Society, he presents the history of the Indonesian language and its function in modern Indonesia. Proto-Minahasan (PMin) has been reconstructed by Sneddon ().

The comparison table (a small selection from Sneddon –) illustrates the correspondences between the Minahasan languages, including inherited vocabulary as well as Minahasan innovations. In the reconstruction of Proto-Minahasan ited use has been made of information on a number languages outside the Minahasan group and of the results of wide-scale comparative by: Proto-minahasan: phonology, morphology and wordlist / by J.N.

Sneddon; Indonesian reference grammar / James Neil Sneddon; Colloquial Jakartan Indonesian / James Neil Sneddon; Understanding Indonesian grammar: a student's reference and workbook / James Neil Sneddon.

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January J.N. Sneddon; Read more. Article. Phonologie et morphologie nominale du noon (parler de Ngente) Author: Kirk Hazen. Proto-Minahasan Proto-Mala YO-Polynesian Proto-North-Sangiric Ponosakan Proto-Philippine Proto-Sangiric Proto-South-Sangiric repeated monosyllable Ratahan Steller () Sangir Sasahara Sangil Tabukang vi Tah Tal Tarn Tar Tbl Tdn Tse Tsw Ttb V WBM y y x Cited by:   John Ingleson, Road to Exile: The Indonesian Nationalist Movement –, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur: Heinemann Educational Books (Asia) for the Asian Studies Association of Australia, xii, pp., bibliography, buted in Australia and New Zealand by ANU Press.

Hardcover $, softcover $ (Available to ASAA members on form enclosed for $. Proto-minahasan: phonology, morphology and wordlist / by J.N. Sneddon Sketsa tatabahasa Tondano / oleh F.S. Watuseke Struktur bahasa Tondano / Geraldine Y.J.

Manoppo Watupongoh. The linguistic value of the Wallace line Article (PDF Available) in Bijdragen tot de Taal- Land- en Volkenkunde / Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia and Oceania (2 Author: Robert Blust.

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The first five languages form a genetic group called proto-Minahasan. They are more closely related to each other and cover the greater part of Minahasa. It is therefore reasonable to assume that they all derive from a common parent language which was itself spoken in Minahasa.

CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION Orbis Books, ], 76). 7 I rely mainly on the present accessible literature about Minahasa written in English, Bahasa Indonesia, and sources in Proto-Minahasan related languages (Tondano, Tombulu, Tonsea, Tontemboan, and Tonsawang), including translated Dutch literature and others.

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London and New York: Routledge Language Family Series. xxi + pp. ISBNhardcover. This book, part of the Routledge (formerly Curzon) Language Family Series, forms the natural complement to Lynch, Ross, and Crowley (), the two.

(Fikiran, 23 June ) 48 Regional nationalism in a colonial state While some radical Minahasans in Java objected to this attitude, most regarded it as entirely natural. One newspaper correspondent in the homeland even opined that Minahasa should seek its own independence 'with or without Indonesiafter all, Minahasa is a bigger country than Cited by: 3.

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A nyelvek kozotti kolcsonzes nehdny kerdeserol. By M. Kontra. BN by M. Birnbaum. ABBI, ANVITA. Miri, an Austronesian language spoken in northern Sarawak, Malaysia, has two sets of vowel changes that are conditioned by voiced obstruents.

In the first set, a last-syllable low vowel is fronted. James Neil Sneddon; Author division. James Neil Sneddon is currently considered a "single author." If one or more works are by a distinct, homonymous authors, go ahead and split the author.

Includes. James Neil Sneddon is composed of 2 names. You can examine and separate out .The Proto-Philippine language is a reconstructed ancestral proto-language of the Philippine languages, a proposed subgroup of the Austronesian languages which includes all languages within the Philippines (except for the Sama–Bajaw languages) as well as those within the northern portions of Sulawesi in Indonesia.

Proto-Philippine is not directly attested to in any written work, but.Lingua 52 () ~' North-Holland Publishing Company z= a r Robert BLIJST f~'Prie~rce~ o/ E,e- Received December ~, In an important pioneering study of the nature, patterning and historical development of glottalized or `ejective' and implosive or `injective' consonants,' Greenberg () suggested among others the followirg generalizations: S~racronic generalizations (SG) b ~T 1 Cited by: 5.