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A grammar of the Serrano language

@inproceedings{Hill1967AGO,
  title={A grammar of the Serrano language},
  author={Kenneth C. Hill},
  year={1967}
}

La posesión predicativa en lenguas yutoaztecas

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This dissertation aims at comparing the predicative possession ressources of uto-aztecan languages, one of the most important linguistic stock on the American continent and in Mexico particularly, supported by a typological, cognitive and diachronic perspective, thanks to cognitive linguistics and grammaticalization theory.

The Plank Canoe of Southern California: Not a Polynesian Import, but a Local Innovation - eScholarship

The Plank Canoe of Southern California: Not a Polynesian Import, but a Local Innovation Y ORAM M EROZ By nearly a millennium ago, Polynesians had settled most of the habitable islands of the eastern

Phonetics Information Base and Lexicon

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This dissertation investigates the linguistic and technological challenges involved in creating a cross-linguistic data set to undertake phonological typology, and addresses the question of whether more sophisticated, knowledge-based approaches to data modeling can extend previous typological observations and provide new ways of querying segment inventories.

Cupeño Stress Shift: Diachronic Perspectives

  • Ingo Mamet
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 2011
Of all Uto-Aztecan languages, Cupeño has the most remarkable metrical system. It is particularly well known for its stress shift phenomena in constructions with “unaccented roots.” This study

The Luiseño Absolutive Suffix: Diachronic Perspectives

The absolutive suffix, a semantically empty nominal increment, is a typical feature of Uto-Aztecan languages. As has been suggested since the early days of comparative Uto-Aztecan research, the

Phonology in context

A semantic framework for analyzing tense, aspect and mood : an application to the ranges of polysemy of -xr, -dir, -iyor and -Ø in Turkish

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The Syntax of Postpositions in Uto-Aztecan

  • R. Langacker
  • Linguistics
    International Journal of American Linguistics
  • 1977
0. The reconstruction of postpositional expressions in Uto-Aztecan involves two distinct but interrelated endeavors: reconstructing the postpositions themselves, and determining the syntactic

Southwestern and Great Basin Languages

Those who have not been faced with the task of giving a reasonable account of languages whose varieties do not include a standard may fail to appreciate the difficulty of the task. The linguistic