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  • A Comparative Sketch of Pueblo Languages: Phonology 

    Yumitani, Yukihiro (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    Pueblo Indians of the American Southwest have lived in a contiguous area for many centuries. Close contacts and bi- or multilingualism in different Indian languages may have led to diffusion of linguistic features across ...
  • Word Order in Klamath 

    Sundberg, Karen (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    Klamath, a Native American language of Oregon, has particularly "free" word order. Methods developed by Givon (1983) for the measurement of topic continuity, when applied to Klamath narrative texts, show that the position ...
  • A Note on Hopi Consonant Gradation 

    Shaul, David L. (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    Residual exceptions to Heath's generalizations about i-ablaut in Uto-Aztecan languages from Hopi are examined. A -t- to -ts- alternation with shifting the final vowel of a CVCV root to i leaves some alternating pairs in Hopi.
  • Some Klamath-Sahaptian Grammatical Correspondences 

    Rude, Noel (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    Evidence for the genetic relationship between Klamath and Sahaptian is growing. The current list of potential Klamath-Sahaptian cognates contains core lexical material sufficient to demonstrate the validity of a genetic ...
  • Lexical and Phrasal Phonology of Yoruba Nouns 

    Folarin, Antonia Y. (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    This paper deals with a detailed analysis of nouns derived from Noun+Noun structures. These nouns are categorized into two types: Compound and Phrasal nouns. Assuming some of the basic principles of Lexical Phonology, it ...
  • One Hundred Years of Lakota Linguistics (1887-1987) 

    de Reuse, Willem J. (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    This is an attempt at a comprehensive bibliography of published and unpublished books, articles, and materials relevant to the Lakota (Teton Dakota or Teton Sioux) language, with comments for most items. The period covered ...
  • Particles in Tojolabal Mayan Discourse 

    Brody, Jill (University of Kansas. Linguistics Graduate Student Association, 1987-01-01)
    Modal clitic in Tojolabal Mayan cliticize to the first element of the clause. Evidentiality particles indicate the speaker's commitment to the truth of the statement, and temporal/aspectual particles indicate expectability, ...

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