Proto-Takelman

@article{Shipley1969ProtoTakelman,
  title={Proto-Takelman},
  author={W. Shipley},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  year={1969},
  volume={35},
  pages={226 - 230}
}
  • W. Shipley
  • Published 1969
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
  • One of the many important lines of research undertaken by Morris Swadesh was his work with long-range comparisons in Penutian.1 In this context, he noted (in 1956) the discovery of a Takelman genetic group consisting of Takelma, Santiam, Tfalati, and Yoncalla. These last three languages are varieties of Kalapuyan; indeed, they may be taken as representative of the three divisions of the little Kalapuyan family of languages once spoken in the Willamette Valley of western Oregon. I have… CONTINUE READING
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    PK *ma-ha; the PK may be improperly reconstructed; Kt has maha and Ks ma-, a unique correspondence. Perhaps PK should be *ma
      PK *takt 66. TWO **ka-m(i)
        T has, K ha?s (ha?s)
          THREE xxipsini; T xipini, PK *psin
            YELLOWJACKET xtyal; T te l, K tyal (tyal); cf. LEFT and SUN