Suggestions for the Further Study of Hopi

  title={Suggestions for the Further Study of Hopi},
  author={Mischa Titiev},
  journal={International Journal of American Linguistics},
  pages={89 - 91}
  • M. Titiev
  • Published 1 April 1946
  • Linguistics
  • International Journal of American Linguistics
1. Although the author of this paper does not claim to be a linguist, Preston's recent review of "Old Oraibi,"' and the kind encouragement of the editor of IJAL, have emboldened him to offer a few suggestions for the further study of the Hopi language. Much work remains to be done in the field of Hopi linguistics, and it is hoped that the material presented here may provide some fruitful leads for future investigators.2 
3 Citations
The etymology of Korean ssal ‘ uncooked grain ’ and pap ‘ cooked grain ’
In this paper, I will provide etymological explanations for the two Korean words for ‘grain’: ssal ‘uncooked grain’ and pap ‘cooked grain.’ The word ssal ‘uncooked grain’ is a loanword from Middle
What about broader impacts for child language acquisition research? A commentary on Kidd and Garcia (2022)
Kidd and Garcia cogently articulate scientific problems related to intellectual merit that are associated with the lack of language diversity in L1 acquisition research. However, science must also