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Sex-denoting nouns in American languages

by Albert S. Gatschet

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Published in [Boston] .
Written in English


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LC ClassificationsPM131 .G3
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Pagination1 p.l., [159]-171 pp. 25 cm.
Number of Pages171
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Open LibraryOL26418357M
LC Control Number02001990

A grammatically distinctive class of descriptive predicates is found in many North American languages, particularly Iroquoian languages. 'Descriptive' means about the same as stame. but is often preferred for labelling a formally distinct class, while the latter term is often preferred for denoting a semantic. Dictionary and phrase-book of Fanagalo (Kitchen Kafir), the lingua franca of southern Africa as spoken in the Union of South Africa, the Rhodesias, Portuguese East africa, Nyasaland, Belgian Congo. 3rd edition, revised and enlarged.

It was during this year that the American psychoanalyst Robert Stoller published a book called Sex and Gender, in which he clearly differentiates between these two terms In his `Preface' he makes the crucial claim that: [O]ne can speak of the male sex or the female sex, but one can also talk about masculinity and femininity and not. Bantu Dictionary - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. Bantu Dictionary5/5(4).

Аксенов, Анатолий Тихонович. Категория рода в новоиндийских языках (на материале панджаби, хинди и урду): дис. доктор филологических наук: - Языки народов зарубежных стран Азии, Африки, аборигенов Америки и. Areal grammaticalization: The case of the Bantu-Nilotic borderland. Tania A. Kuteva. Abstract The issue addressed in the present study is contact-induced change involving the appearance of new Hnguistic structures for the expression of grammatical categories. The paper builds a case for the existence of a particular type of grammaticalization, areal grammaticalization, in a particular language.


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Book/Printed Material Analytical report upon Indian dialects spoken in southern California, Nevada, and on the Library of Congress Control Number Language English Sex-denoting nouns in American languages. Sex-denoting nouns in American languages.

([Boston], ), by Albert S. Gatschet (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Last rambles amongst the Indians of the Rocky mountains and the Andes. (London, Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, ), by George Catlin (page images at HathiTrust). "Sex-Denoting Nouns in American Languages" is an article from Transactions of the American Philological Association (), Volume View more articles from Transactions of the American Philological Association ().

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Full text of "Transactions and proceedings". touched upon in the book a reasonable number Sex-denoting nouns in American languages book titles of the more recent and valuable treatises dealing with such topics.

All references in the body of the book to works listed in the Bibliography are by number and page. Thus: 6. 26 means that the quotation is from, or the opinion is derived from, _Bachofen, J. On syllabic reduplication as observed in Indian languages, and in the Klamath language of S. Oregon in particular; 10 On the affinity of the Cheroki to the Iroquois dialects; 16 On the substantive verb in some North American languages; Sex-denoting nouns in American languages; XX I59 ().

GIBBS, GEORGE. Abstract. It is a commonplace of anthropological literature that the greatest diversity of aboriginal North America was that found in the California-Oregon area. 1 But we know this largely because of the relative recency of contact, since the northern part of the area was little affected by the inroads of European civilization until around the middle of the nineteenth century while the.

Simplifying a great deal and abstracting from the details, it can be argued that the history of linguistics in this century until fairly recently was basically dominated by two major currents, which could be characterised by the labels that also figure in the title of.

I don’t believe that is a thing libertarians as a class say. Also there are five genders. * Masculine * Feminine * Neuter * Animate * Inanimate Gender is not a personal construct, it is an aspect of language, a type of noun-class that conveys info. 2) compound words whose components are joined together with a linking element, as in speedometer Fro - Asian; compounds of this type are found both in nouns and in adjectives but present a small group of words considerable restricted by the nature of their components, The components of compound words of this type are mostly joined with the help.

The Revv. Fathers Causse, Temming, Ronchi, Andre", S. J., for information or MSS. regarding the Kafir, Chwana, Senna, and Kilimane languages, respectively. The Rev. Father LeVesque, of the Socidtd de Notre- Danie des Missions d' Afriquc, for having kindly sent me all the publications of his Society on the Bantu languages.

Bleek’s comparative philology of African languages rested on a typological system of classification based on grammatical gender in which he proposed two distinct classes of language: ‘prefix-pronominal’, in which the pronouns are originally borrowed from the derivative prefixes of the nouns, and ‘sex denoting’ or ‘suffix-pronominal Author: Lara Atkin, Sarah Comyn, Porscha Fermanis, Nathan Garvey.

The first series of publications in and on the languages of South-Africa seems to have come to an end with this book, unless we add to it an abridged grammar of the language of Kakongo, which forms the 19* chapter 6f a History of Loango published.

in if).3/5(2). On 31st Maythe Royal Navy's surveying barque, HMS Beagle, dropped anchor at Simon's Bay near Cape deck was the young Charles Darwin who, nearly four and a half years earlier, had stepped aboard the vessel as a budding geologist and table companion to Captain Robert Fitzroy who had been assigned the task of charting the coastline of South America and determining meridian Cited by: 2.

American Libraries Canadian Libraries Universal Library Community Texts Project Gutenberg Biodiversity Heritage Library Children's Library. Open Library. Full text of "A handbook of the Swahili language, as spoken at Zanzibar" See other formats. the book on the table, the NP the book and the locative phrase on the table are complements of the verb put, and the NP the table is a complement of the preposition on.

In some versions of the X-bar system, a complement is formally defined as a category which is a sister of a lexical category X and a daughter of its onc-bar projection X-bar. Publishing platform for digital magazines, interactive publications and online catalogs.

Convert documents to beautiful publications and share them worldwide. Title: A comparative grammar of the South African Bantu languages. Author: JL EBANE MBENG, Length: pages, Published: The Bantu Languages, 2nd edition is divided into two parts; Part 1 contains 11 comparative chapters, and Part 2 provides grammar sketches of 12 individual Bantu languages, some of which were previously undescribed.

The grammar sketches follow a general template that allows for easy comparison. The information which is taken from Internet sites, World Book Encyclopedia and many other dictionaries also served as a source of information.

The structure of the work. Work consists of Introduction, Main part, Conclusion and the list of used literatures. Full text of "Ethnography and condition of South Africa before A.D. being a description of the inhabitants of the country south of the Zambesi and Kunene rivers in A.D. together with all that can be learned from ancient books and modern research of the condition of South Africa from the earliest time until its discovery by Europeans".

Look for this book on Amazon. Tweet. We have new books nearly every day. If you would like a news letter once a week or once a month fill out this form and we will give you a summary of the books for that week or month by email.Most English compound nouns are noun phrases that include a noun modified by adjectives or attribute nouns.

Due to the English tendency towards conversion, the two classes are not always easily distinguished. Most English compound nouns that consist of more than two words can be constructed recursively by combining two words at a time.Page [unnumbered] B 1, Page [unnumbered]-LIBROY F TTHEI.t.

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