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A grammar and lexicon of Yintyingka, Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Bruce Rigsby

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A grammar and lexicon of Yintyingka
Title
A grammar and lexicon of Yintyingka
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Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Bruce Rigsby
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eng
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1976-
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Verstraete, Jean-Christophe
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499.15
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  • illustrations
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Index
index present
LC call number
PL7101.Y54
LC item number
V47 2015
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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Rigsby, B.
Series statement
Pacific linguistics,
Series volume
volume 648
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  • Australian languages
  • Extinct languages
  • Aboriginal Australians
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A grammar and lexicon of Yintyingka, Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Bruce Rigsby
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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  • txt
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Contents
1.Introduction -- 1.1.Location -- 1.2.Speakers and contact history -- 1.3.Sources -- 1.4.Organization -- 1.5.A sketch of Yintyingka -- 2.Sociocultural matrix -- 2.1.Classical social organization -- 2.2.Linguistic implications -- 2.3.Contemporary organization -- 3.Yintyingka sociolinguistics -- 3.1.Estates, clans and local groups -- 3.2.Languages -- 3.3.Patterns of multilingualism and language use -- 3.4.Contemporary situation -- 4.Earlier linguistic and ethnographic work -- 2.Sources -- 1.Introduction -- 2.The sources -- 2.1.Donald Thomson (1972) -- 2.2.James Cobon (1900) -- 2.3.Herbert Hale & Norman Tindale (1927) -- 2.4.Donald Thomson (1928--1929) -- 2.5.La Mont West Jr (1961, 1965) -- 2.6.David Thompson (1973) -- 2.7.Bruce Rigsby (1974, 1990) -- 3.Methods: Treatment of sources -- 4.Notes on speakers -- 4.1.Atyaku -- 4.2.Rosie Ahlers -- 4.3.Old Baldy and Noiemo -- 4.4.Bambi -- 4.5.Captain -- 4.6.Chako -- 4.7.Peter Chippendale -- 4.8.Jinny Long -- 4.9.Maggie -- 4.10.Mungi -- 4.11.Ngarrku Tuympa -- 4.12.Noongorrli -- 4.13.Omi -- 4.14.George Rocky -- 4.15.Jack Shephard -- 4.16.Bobby Stewart -- 4.17.Tyamintyinyu -- 4.18.Yumpanamu -- 3.Phonology -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Phoneme inventory -- 2.1.Consonant inventory -- 2.2.Evidence for the consonant inventory -- 2.3.Vowel inventory -- 2.4.Evidence for the vowel inventory -- 3.Phonetics -- 3.1.Consonants -- 3.2.Vowels -- 4.Word structure and phonotactics -- 4.1.Stem-initial and stem-final positions -- 4.2.Stem-medial consonants -- 4.3.Vowels -- 5.Word stress -- 5.1.Prosodic evidence -- 5.2.Segmental evidence -- 5.3.Stress in phrases -- 6.Orthographies -- 6.1.Practical orthography -- 6.2.Donald Thomson's transcription conventions -- 6.2.1.Consonants -- 6.2.2.Vowels -- 6.2.3.Summary -- 4.Morphology -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Pronouns -- 2.1.Nominative forms -- 2.2.Non-nominative forms -- 2.3.Other forms -- 3.Nominals -- 3.1.Case -- 3.2.Information status -- 3.3.Other nominal morphology -- 3.3.1.Semantically transparent morphemes -- 3.3.2.Semantically opaque morphemes -- 3.3.3.Reduplication -- 4.Verbs -- 4.1.Bound nominative pronouns -- 4.2.Tense-mood markers and bound accusative pronouns -- 4.2.1.Analysis -- 4.2.2.Distribution and meanings -- 4.3.Other verbal morphology -- 5.Syntax -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Noun phrase structure -- 2.1.Word-class-based analysis -- 2.2.Generic-specific constructions -- 2.3.Whole-part constructions -- 2.4.Functional analysis -- 2.5.Complex noun phrases -- 3.Basic clause structure -- 4.Case marking and transitivity -- 4.1.Transitivity -- 4.2.Case marking for core arguments -- 4.3.Case marking for adjuncts -- 5.Participant marking -- 6.Tense-aspect-mood and polarity marking -- 6.1.Polarity marking -- 6.2.Tense-aspect-mood marking -- 6.2.1.Tense -- 6.2.2.Aspect -- 6.2.3.Mood -- 7.Non-verbal predication -- 8.Complex sentences and discourse -- 6.Yintyingka in a comparative perspective -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Phonology -- 2.1.Vowel Inventory and vowel harmony -- 2.1.1.Typology -- 2.1.2.History -- 2.2.Consonant inventory -- 2.2.1.Typology -- 2.2.2.History -- 2.3.Initial-dropping and initial-softening -- 2.3.1.Typology -- 2.3.2.History -- 2.4.Other aspects of phonotactics -- 2.4.1.Consonant clusters -- 2.4.2.Stem-final processes -- 3.Morphology -- 3.1.Pronouns -- 3.1.1.Typology -- 3.1.2.History -- 3.2.Nouns -- 3.3.Verbs -- 4.Genetic classification -- 7.Lexicon -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Yintyingka lexicon -- 3.English-Yintyingka finder list
Control code
000054333005
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 414 pages
Isbn
9781614519003
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(PDF)
Lccn
2015005605
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unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimile, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)902617071
Label
A grammar and lexicon of Yintyingka, Jean-Christophe Verstraete, Bruce Rigsby
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1.Introduction -- 1.1.Location -- 1.2.Speakers and contact history -- 1.3.Sources -- 1.4.Organization -- 1.5.A sketch of Yintyingka -- 2.Sociocultural matrix -- 2.1.Classical social organization -- 2.2.Linguistic implications -- 2.3.Contemporary organization -- 3.Yintyingka sociolinguistics -- 3.1.Estates, clans and local groups -- 3.2.Languages -- 3.3.Patterns of multilingualism and language use -- 3.4.Contemporary situation -- 4.Earlier linguistic and ethnographic work -- 2.Sources -- 1.Introduction -- 2.The sources -- 2.1.Donald Thomson (1972) -- 2.2.James Cobon (1900) -- 2.3.Herbert Hale & Norman Tindale (1927) -- 2.4.Donald Thomson (1928--1929) -- 2.5.La Mont West Jr (1961, 1965) -- 2.6.David Thompson (1973) -- 2.7.Bruce Rigsby (1974, 1990) -- 3.Methods: Treatment of sources -- 4.Notes on speakers -- 4.1.Atyaku -- 4.2.Rosie Ahlers -- 4.3.Old Baldy and Noiemo -- 4.4.Bambi -- 4.5.Captain -- 4.6.Chako -- 4.7.Peter Chippendale -- 4.8.Jinny Long -- 4.9.Maggie -- 4.10.Mungi -- 4.11.Ngarrku Tuympa -- 4.12.Noongorrli -- 4.13.Omi -- 4.14.George Rocky -- 4.15.Jack Shephard -- 4.16.Bobby Stewart -- 4.17.Tyamintyinyu -- 4.18.Yumpanamu -- 3.Phonology -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Phoneme inventory -- 2.1.Consonant inventory -- 2.2.Evidence for the consonant inventory -- 2.3.Vowel inventory -- 2.4.Evidence for the vowel inventory -- 3.Phonetics -- 3.1.Consonants -- 3.2.Vowels -- 4.Word structure and phonotactics -- 4.1.Stem-initial and stem-final positions -- 4.2.Stem-medial consonants -- 4.3.Vowels -- 5.Word stress -- 5.1.Prosodic evidence -- 5.2.Segmental evidence -- 5.3.Stress in phrases -- 6.Orthographies -- 6.1.Practical orthography -- 6.2.Donald Thomson's transcription conventions -- 6.2.1.Consonants -- 6.2.2.Vowels -- 6.2.3.Summary -- 4.Morphology -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Pronouns -- 2.1.Nominative forms -- 2.2.Non-nominative forms -- 2.3.Other forms -- 3.Nominals -- 3.1.Case -- 3.2.Information status -- 3.3.Other nominal morphology -- 3.3.1.Semantically transparent morphemes -- 3.3.2.Semantically opaque morphemes -- 3.3.3.Reduplication -- 4.Verbs -- 4.1.Bound nominative pronouns -- 4.2.Tense-mood markers and bound accusative pronouns -- 4.2.1.Analysis -- 4.2.2.Distribution and meanings -- 4.3.Other verbal morphology -- 5.Syntax -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Noun phrase structure -- 2.1.Word-class-based analysis -- 2.2.Generic-specific constructions -- 2.3.Whole-part constructions -- 2.4.Functional analysis -- 2.5.Complex noun phrases -- 3.Basic clause structure -- 4.Case marking and transitivity -- 4.1.Transitivity -- 4.2.Case marking for core arguments -- 4.3.Case marking for adjuncts -- 5.Participant marking -- 6.Tense-aspect-mood and polarity marking -- 6.1.Polarity marking -- 6.2.Tense-aspect-mood marking -- 6.2.1.Tense -- 6.2.2.Aspect -- 6.2.3.Mood -- 7.Non-verbal predication -- 8.Complex sentences and discourse -- 6.Yintyingka in a comparative perspective -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Phonology -- 2.1.Vowel Inventory and vowel harmony -- 2.1.1.Typology -- 2.1.2.History -- 2.2.Consonant inventory -- 2.2.1.Typology -- 2.2.2.History -- 2.3.Initial-dropping and initial-softening -- 2.3.1.Typology -- 2.3.2.History -- 2.4.Other aspects of phonotactics -- 2.4.1.Consonant clusters -- 2.4.2.Stem-final processes -- 3.Morphology -- 3.1.Pronouns -- 3.1.1.Typology -- 3.1.2.History -- 3.2.Nouns -- 3.3.Verbs -- 4.Genetic classification -- 7.Lexicon -- 1.Introduction -- 2.Yintyingka lexicon -- 3.English-Yintyingka finder list
Control code
000054333005
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 414 pages
Isbn
9781614519003
Isbn Type
(PDF)
Lccn
2015005605
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimile, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)902617071

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