Toda Grammar and Texts (Google eBook)

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American Philosophical Society, 1984 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 426 pages
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Contents

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Page 110 - An adjective is a word that syntactically is in attributive construction with a noun which it precedes, but that does not agree with the noun in gender or number.
Page 385 - From the moment when you set it before us as a duty to hand ourselves over to our lords on such and such a day, at such and such an hour, at a date and a minute fixed beforehand.
Page 299 - West at the end of the last century or the beginning of this...
Page 107 - bull' : Ta. erutu. Ko. et. Ka. ettu, eddu. (698) 1 128. To. os- «*oru-, variant of wür- / o- «one' before t as a § a? 3 v* in os tal 'half of cloak that contains pocket, half of cloak under which one sleeps', os let 'one handful'): (834a) 1129.
Page 12 - Of the trills, r is a one-flap with point of contact at the roots of the upper teeth, ie postdental, r is a trill of as many as four or five flaps in about the same position as r.
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Page 4 - Council with funds supplied by the Rockefeller Foundation, and later, in 1950-51, by grants from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the American Philosophical Society, and the Smithsonian Institution. Without...
Page 124 - Kurumba witchcraft), (waterfall) dashes down, (fever) attacks; pur beating; tomk wa^ (wad9-) to beat drum, publish by drum (< Badaga). Ka. pode to strike, beat, throw (as a stone), drive (cattle, cart), beat off, prevent, fell (a tree) ; n. beating, etc.
Page 405 - The money he earned by adding water Had gone back into the water. He learnt a good lesson now; He turned his mind towards God, And led a contented life. Greed is a very dangerous enemy, Give up greed and develop contentment. 3. nelxo'r 'the plains
Page 405 - A Toda one evening finished milking all the buffaloes and put the calves in the calfshed.

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