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Notes concerning use ofSolandra among the Huichol
The Huichol Indians of the State of Jalisco, Mexico, are best known among ethnobotanists and anthropologists for their use of the small hallucinogenic cactus, which they call /hikuli/, more commonlyExpand
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Lenguas del soconusco pipil y nahuatl de huehuetan
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Geografía del inframundo
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Algunos apuntes acerca del pochuteco
EL NAHUATL; IDIOMA EN EXTINCION
EL INVESTIGADOR DEL INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES ANTROPOLOGICAS (IIA) DE LA UNAM; TIM KNAB; SENALO QUE EL NAHUATL ES UN IDIOMA QUE SE ENCUENTRA EN UN PROCESO DE EXTINCION. DE ACUERDO CON UN ESTUDIOExpand
When Is a Language Really Dead: The Case of Pochutec
  • T. Knab
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1 July 1980
'nee 'tiis bi'kVeeh dah nasii'baal4 we climbed a tree 't?iis bi'k?eeh dah na'sinfbaalt you climbed a tree The noun t?iis has primary stress in the first sentence, but secondary in the second andExpand
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Huichol-Nahuatl Borrowings and Their Implications in the Ethnohistory of the Region
  • T. Knab
  • Sociology
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1 July 1976
Grimes has discussed a Nahuatl number system that he found in use among presentday Huichol.1 The origin of this number system is probably from the seventeenth or eighteenth century, as it follows theExpand
La muerte del lenguaje
Talking, Speaking and Chatting in Aztec
Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society (1980), pp. 180-190
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