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On the classification in the Athapaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit verb.

Michael E. Krauss

On the classification in the Athapaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit verb.

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Published by Waverly Press in [Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Athapascan languages -- Verb,
  • Tlingit language -- Verb

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 79-80.

    SeriesIndiana University. Publications in anthropology and linguistics. Memoir 24
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[49]-83 p. ;
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18994670M

    Athabaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit sonorants. Alaska Native Language Center research papers 1. Wikimedia Foundation. Athabaskan tone. Current trends in linguistics Navajo aspectual verb stem variation.

    Anthropology series No. Berkeley: University of California Press. Glottolog 2. In William Bright ed. An etymological study of Hupa noun stems. Amsterdam: Benjamins.

    Rice, Keren. Rice Eds. Na-Dene and Eskimo. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico. Anthropological papers of the University of Arizona No.


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On the classification in the Athapaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit verb. book

Time perspective in aboriginal American culture: A study in method. Athabaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit sonorants. On variable data and phonetic law: A case from Sapir's Athabaskan correspondences.

Affix positions and zones in the Athapaskan verb complex: Ahtna and Navajo. Amsterdam: Benjamins. Hoijer Ed. Edward Sapir and Athabaskan linguistics.

The Athapaskan languages. Anthropology series No. The Semantics of Aspectual Verb Complementation. In Thomas A.

The position of Kiowa-Apache in the Apachean Group. International Journal of American Linguistics 22 4. International Journal of American Linguistics, 34 3— Hoijer Ed. Cowan, M. Helm ed. California Athabaskan: 1. Saxon, and K. Kdvs [2. Anthropology series No. Verbs and times.Les llengües atapascanes o dené són un grup de llengües de la família Na-dené parlades a Amèrica del Nord.

El nom, donat per Albert Gallatin, prové del llac sylvaindez.com nom "atapasca" no correspon a cap gentilici del grup, ni exònim ni endònim; el mot ni tan sols és d'origen atapascà.

És el nom d'un llac dins de l'extensió original de les llengües atapascanes, però el nom del. O tlingit é remotamente relacionado a esse grupo, que junto a ele forma o na-dené (também conhecido como atabascano-eyak-tlingit).

Subdivisões Visão geral do grupo. A família lingüística atabascana possui três agrupamentos geográficos principais: setentrional, costa pacífica, e meridional. Há ainda um debate acerca da validade do.

Athabaskan languages

The houses provide a venue for traditional cultural and spiritual ceremonies and activities, such as the seasonal feather dances or Nee-dash. Athapaskan language dialects are also being revitalized, with the Tolowa and Tututni dialects now being taught in Smith River, California, and Siletz, Oregon.

This book has been cited by the following publications. “ On the classification [sic; read classifiers] in the Athapaskan, Eyak, and Tlingit verb.” Supplement to IJAL 35 (4): 49– Kroch, Anthony S.

Cited by: Athabascan (n.). 1. a group of Amerindian languages (the name coined by an American anthropologist, Edward Sapir) 2.

Athabaskan (Dene’) Language

a member of any of the North American Indian groups speaking an Athapaskan language and living in the subarctic regions of western Canada and central Alaska. verb-theme categories, which are directly linked to aspectual categories; and an assessment of the function of the aspectual system as a whole.

$ cloth N 9 ^, University of Nebraska Press Lincoln, NE * "A radical departure from the current stalemate in .