Coast Oregon Penutian: Problems and Possibilities

@article{Grant1997CoastOP,
  title={Coast Oregon Penutian: Problems and Possibilities},
  author={A. Grant},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={1997},
  volume={63},
  pages={144 - 156}
}
  • A. Grant
  • Published 1997
  • Philosophy
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
En se basant sur des ressemblances entre deux ou plusieurs langues, Eugene Buckley a presente, en 1987, des donnees en faveur de la possible parente genetique de trois groupes de langues (alse, coos et siuslaw) initialement parlees sur la cote de l'Oregon aux Etats-Unis et regroupees sous le nom de penutia de la cote de l'Oregon. En reexaminant les donnees utilisees par Buckley, et plus particulierement les donnees lexicales, l'A. analyse les relations genetiques entre ces trois groupes de… Expand
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