Endangered languages of the Andaman Islands
Accompanying CD contains songs rendered by the tribes, sound and video files which help provide information on the phonetic variation among the speakers of such languages as Great Andamanese.
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Adi Basera Andaman Islands Andaman Sea Andamanese Languages Andamanese tribes Andamani Hindi arrow Basera Basic Word List bilabial fricatives boat Chapati child clitic coconut communities Consonant Sounds crab Crocodile Deixis Dependent Marking diphthongs distinction Dugong Creek Endangered Languages Endocentric fa-mimi father fish genitive given grammatical Grand Trunk road Hindi inalienable India Jarawa Jarawa and Onge Jarawa reserve Jarawa-Onge Jero jungle Khora kyuk Lico linguistic Little Andaman mainland Male married Momo morpheme Morphological Mosquito mother tongue Nicobar Islands nouns Onge and Jarawa Parataxis past Peje personal prefix phonemic Phonology population Port Blair possessed possessor Pramod pronominal clitic pronouns proximate Reduplication retroflex Segment Initial Medial Sentinelese snake sound system speakers Strait Island subject clitic suffixed sulu Table tense Terms for Body tree tribal Tsunami turtle Typological variety voiceless bilabial fricatives Vowel Sounds words designating yes yes