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3rd person aGiyi allomorphs allophones Badaga Badaga village bangle buffaloes calf ceremony clan RSLST consonant dairy dative dead deleted e'dm Emeneau Ertn fodn forms foty funeral place gostk i)dti idpum idsk idti idti instances irtk Kanfisody Kannada Kerir Kiwir ko'r Kontow Koror kosn Kota Kurumba kwasm Kwate'n Kwatow kwid madty matrilineage Melgas milk Mor clan mortk moxn mund ni'r nink non-finite oblique stem occurs ofody ofodym ofoy osnwir oycin paradigm piisy pot o't poty predication priest recorded retroflex Rivers Rivers's RSLST sacred place Sanskrit saryk sentence song song language song-units stone story suffix Tamil tiger To'kisy TorGas tree upum verb verbal noun voiceless vowel widi widn wife wisoty dairy woman xarG xidk
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 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.
Page 4 - University, the American Council of Learned Societies, the American Philosophical Society (Penrose Fund), and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation.
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
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MURRAY B. EMENEAU Murray Barnson Emeneau died peacefully at the ...