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  • NOTES ON THE KANSA WORD LIST OF MAXIMILIAN, PRINCE OF WIED 

    Rankin, Robert L. (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    The Kansa word list, collected in ca. 1833 by Prince Maximilian of Wied, is compared with two more recent transcriptions of the same terms. Observations about the phonology are offered which, in turn, clarify the ultimate ...
  • The Limit of Structure Preservation in Dakota Lexical Phonology 

    Kyle, John (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    Some of the earliest papers on Lexical Phonology claim that structure preservation applies throughout a Lexical derivation and may only he shut off by exiting the Lexicon. Work by Kellogg (1991) in Lakota attempts to uphold ...
  • Proto-algic V: Doublets and their Implications 

    Proulx, Paul (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    Accumulating evidence suggests that a recalcitrant problem first addressed by Howard Berman - how to explain an apparent correspondence among PA *t, W t, and Y ? - is best solved by reconstructing Proto-Algic doublets. ...
  • Reflexives in Mohawk 

    Bonvillain, Nancy (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    This paper presents an analysis of meanings and uses of two reflexive morphemes in Mohawk. ‘Reflexive’ –atat- is shown to have both reflexive and reciprocal meanings. It is also realized in kinship terms and in the transitive ...
  • Word-level Nominalization in Choctaw 

    Haag, Marcia (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    Choctaw has a spare derivational morphology. This work discusses the limits of conversion, or zero-derivation, as a nominalization process, and shows that neither conversion nor a characteristic NP stress pattern are word ...
  • Karankawa linguistic Materials 

    Grant, Anthony P. (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1994-01-01)
    In this paper I present the available materials on the diverse dialectal forms of the extinct Karankawa language of coastal Texas in the form of an English-Karankawa vocabulary, together with the attested sentence and text ...

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