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Cambridge University Press, 2004. — 744 p. — (Cambridge Language Surveys). — ISBN-10 0521368316; ISBN-13 978-0521368315. The languages of the Andes. The Andean and Pacificregionsof South America are home to a remarkable variety of languages and language families, with a range of typological differences. This linguistic diversity results from a complex historical background,...
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Cuenca: Universidad de Cuenca, 2007. — 59 p. — ISBN 978-92-806-4231-5. Este estudio pretende reflejar el estado social y lingüístico de las lenguas de las nacionalidades indígenas de la Amazonía ecuatoriana hasta inicios del año 2007. En el año 2007, en la Amazonía ecuatoriana, se hablan las siguientes lenguas: a’ingae (cofán), paikoka (baikoka), waotededo, aentschicham, sápara...
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A la memoria de Alejandro Mendoza. — Quito, Ecuador: Instituto de Idiomas, Ciencias y Saberes Ancestrales (IICSAE), 2017 — 130 p. El Ecuador es un país intercultural y plurinacional conformado por diferentes nacionalidades y pueblos. La población indígena ecuatoriana posee sus propias lenguas y se encuentra asentada en las cuatro regiones del país. En la Región Costa se ubican las...
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Utrecht: LOT, 2011. — 449 p. — ISBN 978-94-6093-06-45. Este trabalho apresenta a descrição fonológica e gramatical da língua Katukina-Kanamari falada por cerca de 2200 pessoas nas partes ocidentais e sul do estado do Amazonas, Brasil que está dividida em dois dialetos: Katukina do Biá e Kanamari. A análise linguística apresentada nesta tese segue o modelo tipológico-funcional...
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University of California Press, 2016. — xxviii + 658 pp. Until relatively recently, Yuki and the other Northern Yukian languages, Huchnom and Coast Yuki, were spoken in Mendocino County in Northern California. This grammar is based primarily on spoken narratives recorded in the first decade of the twentieth century and therefore provides a description of the Yuki language as it...
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Монография. — 1-е изд. — Entre Ríos, Paraná: Dirección Editorial de Entre Ríos, 2013. — 145 с. — ISBN 978-950-686-039-4. Описание и словарь языка чана (чарруанская семья).
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University of Hawai‘i Press, 2010. — 261 p. — ISBN: 978 0824835309 This timely special publication represents a welcome stage in the development of the field of linguistics. The discipline is witnessing an intertwining of approaches to the study of language that have been evolving, often as independent strands, for well over a century. Major progress has been made in all...
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John Benjamins Publishing, 2016. — 426 p. — (Studies in Language Companion Series). — ISBN 9027267332, ASIN B01K0522KK. This unique collection of articles in honor of Marianne Mithun represents the very latest in research on language contact and language change in the Indigenous languages of the Americas. The book aims to provide new theoretical and empirical insights into how and...
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Santa Ana, California: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973. — vii + 105 p. Cuiva or Cuiba (Kuiva, Cuiba-Wámonae, Chiricoa, Hiwi, Maiben, Deja) is a central Guahiban (Guajiboan, Wahívoan, Guahiboan) language that is spoken by about 2,300 people in Colombia and additional 650 in Venezuela. In Colombia, Cuiva is spoken among those who live and who are born surrounding the Colombian...
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LOT, 2014. — 285 p. — ISBN 978-94-6093-000-3. This is the first comprehensive cross-linguistic study of argument marking patterns in South American languages. It looks specifically at how the relations between a predicate and its semantically obligatory participants—its arguments—are expressed in basic main clause constructions. Languages often treat different semantic types of...
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1911. — 158 p. The Handbook American Indian languages had its inception in an attempt to prepare a revised edition of the "Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages," by Major J. W. Powell. "The Athapascan stock is one of the largest and most widely distributed families of speech in North America. Geographically it consists of three...
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1911. — 158 p. The Handbook American Indian languages had its inception in an attempt to prepare a revised edition of the "Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages," by Major J. W. Powell. Introduction, by Franz Boas. Athapascan (Hupa), by Pliny Earle Goddard. Tlingit, by John R. Swanton. Haida, by John R. Swanton. Tsimshian, by Franz...
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Washington: Government Printing Office, 1922. — 296 p. The Handbook American Indian languages had its inception in an attempt to prepare a revised edition of the "Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages," by Major J. W. Powell. "The language treated in the following pages was spoken in the southwestern part of what is now the state of Oregon, along the middle portion of...
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Монография, Berlin-New York: Walther de Gruyter (De Gruyter Mouton), 2012. — 750 p., 100 tables. The Indigenous Languages of South America: A Comprehensive Guide is a thorough guide to the indigenous languages of this part of the world. With more than a third of the linguistic diversity of the world (in terms of language families and isolates), South American languages...
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Oxford University Press, 2000. — 512 p. Native American languages are spoken from Siberia to Greenland, and from the Arctic to Tierra del Fuego; they include the southernmost language of the world (Yaghan) and some of the northernmost (Eskimoan). Campbell's project is to take stock of what is currently known about the history of Native American languages and in the process...
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Universidad de Cuenca, UNICEF, 2012. — 436 p. En el presente volumen se recogen algunas expresiones o manifestaciones de la sabiduría waodani, investigadas desde su cosmovisión; fueron descubiertas o reconocidas en las prácticas de investigación de campo realizadas por Cawetipe Yeti Caiga y Daniel Quimontari Tocari Ahua de la nacionalidad waodani, en la Licenciatura en Ciencias de...
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Fondo Editorial de la Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Lima. — 1995. — 220 p. Первая исчерпывающая попытка реконструкции ныне мёртвого языка мочика (север Перу) выдающимся перуанским лингвистом Родольфо Серроном-Паломино.
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Estudios de Lingüística. Universidad de Alicante, Nº 16, 2002. — 56 p. The purpose of this paper is to give a preliminary sketch of some interesting structural features of Itonama, a moribund indigenous language spoken in Amazonian Bolivia, against the historic and sociolinguistic background of the area. Greenberg’s (1987) classification of Itonama as Paezan, a subbranch of...
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Instituto de Antropología, Tucumán. — 1939. — XXVI, 120 p. Переиздание труда Фернандо де ла Карреры, изначально опубликованного в Лиме в 1644 году, который описывает язык юнга (мочика). Автор переиздания и предисловия Радамес Алтьери.
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Mouton De Gruyter, 1990. — 474 р. The second volume in a series on the languages of Amazonia. This volume includes grammatical descriptions of Sanuma (Yanomaman family) and Yagua (Peba-Yaguan family)
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Mouton De Gruyter, 1991. — 517 р. The third volume in a series on the languages of Amazonia. This volume includes grammatical descriptions of Machushi (Cariban family), Paumarí (Arawan family), and a classification of Maipuran (Arawakan) languages based on shared lexical retentions.
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Mouton De Gruyter, 1998. — 646 р. The fourth volume in a series on the languages of Amazonia. This volume includes grammatical descriptions of Wai Wai (Cariban familly), Warekena (Arawakan family), a comparative survey of morphosyntactic features of the Tupi-Guarani languages, and a paper on interclausal reference phenomena in Amahuaca (Panoan family).
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Mouton De Gruyter, 1986. — 642 р. The first volume in a series on the languages of Amazonia. This volume includes grammatical descriptions of Apalai(Cariban family), Canela-Krahô (Ge family), Pirahã (a dialect of Mura), and Urubu-Kaapor (Tupian family); two word order and typological studies on Guajajara (Tupian family) and Yagua (Peba-Yaguan family), respectively; and two...
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São Paulo. — 1961. — 152 p. На португальском и английском языках, со сравнительными словарями разных индейских языков северо-запада Бразилии. Подзаголовок: "Centro de pesquisas do Iauareté" MissÃO Salesiana do Rio Negro (Amazonas - Brasil) organizada pelo P. Alcionilio Brüzzi Alves da Silva, S.D.B. da Faculdade Salesiana de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras de Lorena, das Universidades...
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Cambridge University Press, 2006. — 446 p. — (Cambridge Language Surveys). — ISBN-10 0521578930. The Amazon Basin is the least known and most complex linguistic region in the world today. It is the home of some 300 languages many of which (often incompletely documented and mostly endangered) show properties that constitute exceptions to received ideas about linguistic...
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México, D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, 1962. — 63 p. This is a short description and dictionary of the Cuitlatec language, an extinct language isolate formerly spoken in the state of Guerrero in Mexico.
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Routledge, 1997. — 536 p. — (Descriptive Grammars). This first major study of any Chapakuran language offers a unique, comprehensive grammatical description of Wari, covering syntax, negation, morphology, phonology, ideophone/interjection and lexicon.This grammar is especially important as Wari and all the Chapakuran languages are currently threatened with extinction; the known...
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(Volume 2 de Indios katíos : su cultura, su lengua / Constancio Pinto García, C.M.F). Ed. Granamérica, 1974. — 335 p. This book is a grammatical description of the Katio language, an Embera language of western Colombia.
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Perú: Instituto Linguístico de Verano, 1996. — 103 p. Гибсон Майкл Люк. Муниче — язык, который исчезает (на исп. яз.) Муниче (Muniche, Munichi, Munichino, Otanabe, Otanave) — недавно исчезнувший изолированный индейский язык, который, возможно, относится к аравакским языкам, на котором говорит народ муниче, проживающий в городе Муничес (около 10 миль к западу от города Юримагуас) в...
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John Benjamins, 2010. — 329 p. Manifestations of ergativity in Amazonia Francesc Queixalós and Spike Gildea part 1. Well-established systems: Morphological ergativity Ergativity in the Mayoruna branch of the Panoan family David W. Fleck Ergativity in Shipibo-Konibo, a Panoan language of the Ucayali Pilar M. Valenzuela How ergative is Cavineña? Antoine Guillaume The ergativity...
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University of California, 1984. — 509 p. Survey of California and Other Indian Languages. Volume 6. "The voluminous correspondence between Edward Sapir and Alfred Kroeber spans 33 years — nearly the entirety of Sapir's extraordinarily productive career ... Before 1910 and after 1925 relatively few of Kroeber's letters to Sapir survive, since Sapir apparently was in the habit of...
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University of California Press, 2011. — 400 p. — ISBN-10: 0520266676, ISBN-13: 978-0520266674. Nowhere was the linguistic diversity of the New World more extreme than in California, where an extraordinary variety of village-dwelling peoples spoke seventy-eight mutually unintelligible languages. This comprehensive illustrated handbook, a major synthesis of more than 150 years of...
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LOT, 2008. — 555 p. his study investigates the influence of social and linguistic constraints on language contact through the analysis of linguistic borrowing from Spanish inthree indigenous languages of the Americas (Ecuadorian Quechua, Paraguayan Guaraní and Mexican Otomí). An extensive corpus for each language was collected and processed in search of loanwords and function...
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Mendoza: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo; Sociedad Argentina de Lingüística, 2012. — 243 p. Este volumen reúne trabajos que abordan distintos aspectos relacionados con fonología y léxico de lenguas indígenas de América del Sur. La publicación se enmarca en las acciones de la Sociedad Argentina de Lingüística y recoge trabajos presentados en el marco...
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University of Alabama Press, 2004. — XVI, 153 p. A linguistic analysis supporting a new model of the colonization of the Antilles before 1492.This work formulates a testable hypothesis of the origins and migration patterns of the aboriginal peoples of the Greater Antilles (Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico), the Lucayan Islands (the Commonwealth of the Bahamas and the...
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München: Lincom Europa, 2008. — 114 p. As a result of inroads from French and English speakers, Sitimaxa, the language of the Chitimacha people of southern Louisiana over the past 7,000 years, lost its last speaker in 1940.
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Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1987. — 438 p. This book is concerned primarily with the evidence for the validity of a genetic unit, Amerind, embracing the vast majority of New World languages. The only languages excluded are those belonging to the Na-Dene and Eskimo-Aleut families. It examines the now widely held view that Haida, the most distant language genetically, is...
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Berlin · New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2008. — 937 p. This book is a comprehensive grammatical description of the endangered Cavineña language (less than 1,200 speakers), spoken in the Amazonian rainforest of Lowland Bolivia, an area where the indigenous languages are virtually unknown. Cavineña belongs to the Tacanan family, comprising five languages, none of which has been the...
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Диссертация. — Zetten: Drukkerij Manta, 2006. — 597 с. — ISBN 90-90203-16-8. Грамматика языка мовима.
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Publisher: Mouton de Gruyter Publication date: 2006-02-01 Number of pages: 396 ISBN: 3110185970 This volume explores the reversing language shift (RLS) theory in the Mexican scenario from various viewpoints: The sociohistorical perspective delves into the dynamics of power that emerged in the Mexican colony as a result of the presence of Spanish. It examines the processes of...
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Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, 1976, 1985, 2011. — 55 p. Este libro tiene el propósito de estimular el desarrollo del arte de la literatura creativa indígena de los candoshi y de conservar en forma escrita algunos aspectos de la cultura de esta comunidad nativa de la selva peruana. (Escaneado de los archivos del ILV y algunas páginas no son nítidas.) The purpose of this book is...
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University of Oklahoma Press, 2018. — 312 p. — ISBN 10 0806158999, ISBN 13 978-0806158990. Although tribal traditions survive among the Tonkawa people, now located in northern Oklahoma, the Tonkawa language has been extinct for more than 75 years. Much of what is known about Tonkawa-an "isolate" language, related to no others-comes to us through the stories collected and...
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Lincom, 2004. — 80 p. The Mochica language was spoken on the North-West coast of Peru and in some inland villages. The first attested documentation of the language is from 1607. The language was widely used in the area in the 17th and early 18th century, but records of the language at the end of the 19th century show a dying language only spoken by a few persons in some villages...
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José de Pineda Ibarra, 1974. — 121 p. Incluye bibliografía Estudio de los idiomas de Mesoamérica, su clasificación, historia, idiomas fantasmas y recientemente descubiertos, estudios comparativos, escritura y literatura precolombinas, rasgos estructurales de los idiomas, e interacción entre el español e idiomas indígenas.
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University of California Publications in American Archaelogy and Ethnology, 1911, Vol. 9, No. 3. — pp. 273-435. The paper completes the preliminary studies of a grammatical nature made by the author among the languages of California since 1901. Taken in conjunction with his previous articles in this series and those prepared by other investigators working for the University,...
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Paris: Société d'Études linguistiques et antropologiques de France (SELAF), 1979. — 350 pgs. Sommaire: Introduction Première partie: Elements Phonologie Morphologie Deuxième partie: Structure Syntaxe Elementaire Classes des Mots Syntaxe de l'enoncé Complexe Textes Andoke Appendices Index Bibliographie
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Springer, 2014. — 76 p. The concept of this volume is that the paradigm of European national languages (official orthography; language standardization; full use of language in most everyday contexts) is imposed in cookie-cutter fashion on most language revitalization efforts of Native American languages. While this model fits the sovereign status of many Native American groups, it...
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L.A.: University of California, 1968. — 453 p. The present edition of "Classification of South American Indian Languages," is the final version of this work by the late Čestmír Loukotka. Before entering into a detailed description of the same it might, therefore, prove useful to recapitulate some of the developments that have influenced Loukotka's work throughout the thirty years...
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Waspam, Río Coco (Wangki Awala), 2011. — 66 p. Dedicatoria Frases y Expresiones Básica Capítulo Primero: El Tiempo Pasado del Verbo Capítulo Segundo: Los Acompañantes del Sustantivo Capítulo Tercero: El Tiempo Presente del Verbo Capítulo Cuarto: Las Posposiciones Capítulo Quinto: El Imperativo y las Formas Negativas del Verbo Capítulo Sexto: Los Participios Capítulo Séptimo:...
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Waspam, Río Coco (Wangki Awala), 2011. — 64 p. Dedicatoria Frases y Expresiones Básica Capítulo Primero: El Tiempo Pasado del Verbo Capítulo Segundo: Los Acompañantes del Sustantivo Capítulo Tercero: El Tiempo Presente del Verbo Capítulo Cuarto: Las Posposiciones Capítulo Quinto: El Imperativo y las Formas Negativas del Verbo Capítulo Sexto: Los Participios Capítulo Séptimo:...
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Cabeceras Aid Project, 2009. — 28 p. Майкл Л. Д. (ред.) Краткий очерк языка муниче (на исп. и муниче яз.) Муниче (Muniche, Munichi, Munichino, Otanabe, Otanave) — недавно исчезнувший изолированный индейский язык, который, возможно, относится к аравакским языкам, на котором говорит народ муниче, проживающий в городе Муничес (около 10 миль к западу от города Юримагуас) в районе реки...
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Publisher: ucla Publication date: 2007 Number of pages: 79 Дана подробнейшая классификация всех языков индейцев с кратким описанием каждого.
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University of California, Santa Barbara, 2009. — 16 р. Among the most frequently cited typological characteristics of American languages is polysynthesis, a term coined in 1816 by Duponceau to describe words in American languages containing large numbers of morphemes. Major scholars since that time, including Boas, Sapir, and Greenberg, have also described certain American...
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Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. — XXI, 773 p. This book provides an authoritative survey of the several hundred languages indigenous to North America. These languages show tremendous genetic and typological diversity, and offer abundant opportunities for expanding our understanding of the shapes that human language can take. Part I provides an overview of structural...
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México: Instituto Nacional de Lenguas Indígenas, 2009. — 42 páginas. Contenido: Diversidad linguistica. Lenguas indigenas y poblacion indigena en México. Distribucion territorial de la poblacion indigena. Desplazamiento de las lenguas indigenas frente al castellano. Problemática. Multiculturalismo frente a monoculturalismo. Derechos humanos y derechos de los pueblos...
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Lima, 1903. — 239 c. Испанско-кечуа-пано словарь и грамматики языков кечуа и пано. Кечуа представлен диалектом амазонской сельвы, распространённым в бассейне реки Укаяли и в департаменте Лорето (провинция Майнас) в Перу.
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Lima: Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, 2008. – 118 p. El presente trabajo es un producto de mis estudios del idioma Taushiro desde abril de 1972 hasta el presente. Estos incluyen algunos viajes a la comunidad de Aucayacu permaneciendo entre los atontu tua por varios meses y un viaje a la quebrada Lejía para conocer a los einentu'tua. El joven Amadeo García, miembro del grupo...
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Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1967. — 423 p. Multiple chapters by specialists in Native American linguistics. Includes grammatical sketches of South Greenlandic, Chiricahua Apache, Delaware, Hopi, Yokuts, Yuma, Tonkawa, Chitimacha, Tunica, Milpa Alta Nahuatl, and Chipewyan, as well as an overview of Algonquian, and the only available published description of the Taos language.
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Mason Crest, 2014. — 45 pages. — ISBN: ISBN 978-1 -4222-8859-7. Prior to becoming a melting pot of many languages, the continents of North and South America were already home to a variety of Native American tribes, each with its own language. What's more, subsets of tribes often had their own dialects, sometimes making communication between two people nearly impossible, even...
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Norman: Summer Institute of Linguistics of the University of Oklahoma. — 145 p. — ISBN: 0883120410 The Huaorani, Waorani or Waodani, also known as the Waos, are native Amerindians from the Amazonian Region of Ecuador (Napo, Orellana and Pastaza Provinces) who have marked differences from other ethnic groups from Ecuador. The alternate name Auca is a pejorative exonym used by...
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Sao Paolo, 2000. — 445 p. As linguas amazonicas hoje Las lenguas amazónicas hoy Les langues d'Amazonie aujourd'hui The Amazonian languages today Quando ouvimos ou lemos que no Brasil ha 170, ou na Colômbia 70, linguas indigenas, o numero parece exagerado. Contudo, corn base em diversas fontes, pode-se extrapolar que, quando da chegada dos europeus ao continente, as...
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Author: Martha Tello Díaz (Coordinadora) Publisher: SEP-CNCA-Dirección General de Culturas Populares e Indígenas Series: Lenguas de México Publication date: 2002 Number of pages: 77 Language: Bilingual (Pai pai / Spanish) Dueños milenarios de la zona montañosa del extremo norte de Baja California, los pai pai conservan en sus tradiciones el lenguaje generador de las ideas,...
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Lima, MDLXXXIIII [= 1584]. — 182 p. Doctrina Cristiana, y Catecismo para instrucción de los indios, y de las demás personas, que han de ser enseñadas en nuestra santa Fe. Con un confesionario, y otras cosas necesarias para los que doctrinan, que se contienen en la página siguiente. Compuesto por autoridad del Concilio Provincial, que se celebró en la Ciudad de los Reyes, el año...
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Instituto de Lingüística y Educación, Guatemala, 2003. — XV, 133 p. Aunque este Atlas Lingüístico de Guatemala es un conjunto de varias decenas de mapas, en realidad es mucho más que sólo eso; y de ello se da cuenta el lector interesado cuando observa con detenimiento el contenido del Atlas y la cartografía que contiene, se sorprende al encontrar información no únicamente...
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Utrecht: LOT, 2006. — ii, 252 p. — ISBN-13 978-90-76864-94-5. The purpose of this volume is threefold. First, it recognises the unparalleled impact that the study of indigenous languages of the Americas has had on progress in linguistics, in particular in the area of morphosyntax, since the early 20th century. This book is devoted to verbal morphology, which tends to be the most...
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LOT, 2010. — 957 p. This dissertation presents a comprehensive description of Xinka based on the missionary grammar Arte de la lengua szinca that was written by the priest Manuel Maldonado de Matos around 1773. Xinka is an isolate family of today mostly extinct, closely related languages in southeastern Guatemala. The Arte de la lengua szinca is the earliest source on Xinka...
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Mouton de Gruyter, 2004. — xxx + 504 p. — ISBN 3110183404; 9783110183405. The language Mosetén is spoken in Bolivia, in the eastern foothills of the Andes. Together with Chimane (Tsimane'), it forms the language family Mosetenan. This language family has not yet been proved to be related to other languages. The task of this book is to provide a grammatical description of Mosetén...
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Santiago de Chile: Universidad de Chile, 2006. — 160 p. Санчес Кабесас Х. Исследование по трем индейским языкам: науатль, кечуа и аймара (на исп. яз.) Índice: Introducción. Lengua Nahuatl. Lengua Quechua o Runasimi. Lengua Aimara. Conclusión general. Apéndices.
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University of California, 1984. — 119 p. Survey of California and Other Indian Languages. Volume 7. "The first of the two papers published here is a grammatical sketch of Wappo, a California Indian language original spoken north of San Francisco in Sonoma and Napa counties with a small offshoot on Clear Lake in Lake County. Sawyer first wrote this sketch in the late 1950's or...
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University of California Press, 1973. — 317 pages. — (University of California Publications in Linguistics). — ISBN: 0-520-02525-3. William F. Shipley originally planned the collection of the papers which follow. However he felt obliged to relinquish the project because of being away from California during the latter months of 1968 and most of 1969. Intended to comprise a group...
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Programa Forte-Pe, 2002. — 250 p. Las lenguas y los pueblos indígenas de la Amazonia son poco conocidos por la inmensa mayoría de los peruanos, en gran medida porque hasta hace muy recientemente asumimos una conducta de ocultamiento de ese componente de nuestra identidad peruana. Los argumentos para excluir a los pueblos amazónicos de nuestro imaginario nacional han sido casi...
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D.F.: El Colegio de México, Centro de Investigación para la Integración Social del Estado de Oaxaca (Archivo de Lenguas Indígenas del Estado de Oaxaca), 1983. — 138 p. This volume contains information on Huave, an indigenous language of Mexico spoken in San Mateo del Mar, in the state of Oaxaca. More precisely the language is spoken in four villages on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec....
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D.F.: El Colegio de México, Centro de Investigación para la Integración Social del Estado de Oaxaca (Archivo de Lenguas Indígenas del Estado de Oaxaca), 1983. — 138 (139) p. This volume contains information on Huave, an indigenous language of Mexico spoken in San Mateo del Mar, in the state of Oaxaca. More precisely the language is spoken in four villages on the Isthmus of...
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Berlin: Language Science Press. — 2017. — VIII, 482 p. This edited volume offers a collection of twelve interlinear texts reflecting the vast linguistic diversity of Amazonia as well as the rich verbal arts and oral literature traditions of Amazonian peoples. Contributions to the volume come from a variety of geographic regions and represent the Carib, Jê, Tupi, East Tukano,...
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Campinas, SP: Mercado de Letras, 2014. — 292 p. Apresentação Luciana Storto, Bruna Franchetto e Suzi Lima Estrutura argumental na língua karitiana Luciana Storto e Ivan Rocha Nominalização dos argumentos interno e externo em kuikuro Mara Santos e Bruna Franchetto A estrutura argumental dos verbos da língua yudja (juruna): formação dos verbos e os processos de atribuição e mudança...
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Здесь содержится не вся книга, а только вводная часть: стр. I - XII и глава по фонетике языка кофан: стр. 46-59. The papers in this volume are the result of linguistic fleld work carried on in Ecuador by members of the Summer Institute of Linguistics. As Miss Peeke points out in her Introduction, there are only nine aboriginal languages spoken in Ecuador today, and articles on...
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press (First published 1983 Re-issued in this digitally printed version 2007) Pages: 223 ISBN 978-0-521-22834-3 hardback ISBN 978-0-521-29669-4 paperback At least a hundred indigenous Indian languages are known to have been spoken in Mesoamerica, but it is only in the past fifty years that many of them have been adequately described. Professor...
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Год издания: 2007 Количество страниц: 206 ISBN-10: 0521228344 ISBN-13: 978-0521228343 Язык: English At least a hundred indigenous Indian languages are known to have been spoken in Mesoamerica, the cultural area that includes most of Mexico and part of South America, but it is only in the past fifty years that many of them have been adequately described. For some we still...
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University of California, 2013. — 344 p. Structure and contact in languages of the Americas. Volume 15. Introduction John Sylak-Glassman and Justin Spence Subgrouping in the Tupí-Guaraní family: A phylogenetic approach Natalia Chousou-Polydouri and Vivian Wauters A 'perfect' evidential: The functions of -shka in Imbabura Quichua Jessica Cleary-Kemp Hierarchies, subjects, and the...
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Lima, 1585. — 448 стр. Третий катехизис и изложение христианского учения в проповедях — на кечуа и аймара. Издан по решению третьего лимского собора 1583 года. Para que los curas y otros ministros prediquen y enseñen a los Yndios y a las demás personas.
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Instituto Lingüístico de Verano, 2011. — 70 p. El presente libro contiene el vocabulario bilingüe en candoshi, un idioma en el Perú. Tiene palabras del candoshi con traducción en castellano. (Escaneado de los archivos del ILV y algunas páginas no son nítidas.) This is a bilingual dictionary in Candoshi and Spanish. It has a section of words in Candoshi with Spanish transltion. It...
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Walter de Gruyter, 2004. — 1026 p. — (Mouton Grammar Library, Volume 29). — ISBN 3110178699, 9783110178692. Kwaza is an endangered and unclassified indigenous language of Southern Rondonia, Brazil. Kwaza, also known in the literature as Koaia, is spoken by around 25 people today. The present work consists of three parts. Part I contains a thorough description of the phonology...
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The Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Tercentenary Committee, Inc., 1936. — 210 p. A facsimile reprint from the Publications of the Narragansett Club, vol. 1 (Providence, R.I., 1866), pages 19-222, of the work first published in London in 1643. Roger Williams (1604?-1683) was the founder of Rhode Island. In this book he detailed the language spoken by the Narragansett...
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Cuenca: Universidad de Cuenca, 2012. — 192 p. La nacionalidad Waodani, actualmente con una población aproximada de tres mil habitantes distribuidos en treinta y cuatro comunidades, está constituida por pueblos milenarios, existentes antes del nacimiento del Estado Ecuatoriano. Habita en sus territorios ancestrales de las tres provincias de la región amazónica: Orellana, Napo...
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Senri Ethnological Studies, №39 National Museum of Ethnography, Osaka, 1995. - 489 p. The purpose of the present study is to investigate Native Middle American languages from an areal-typological point of view. The immediate goal of the research is to present available descriptive materials and analyze them, since a detailed study of the distribution of the phonological,...
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LINCOM GmbH, 2003. — iv + 61 pp. Betoi was once spoken by a people of the same name who lived in an area of the extensive llanos of the Orinoco, bounded on the south by the Sarare River and on the north by the Uribante (Rivero 1883:344-45). The area was called Airico de Macaguane in old sources and is today included in the western extremity of the Apure State of Venezuela not far...
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