A Concise Hopi and English Lexicon

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David Leedom Shaul
John Benjamins Publishing, Jan 1, 1985 - Literary Criticism - 204 pages
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A Concise Hopi and English Lexicon is a lexical research tool for persons interested in the Hopi language. An effort has been made to include the most frequent forms of basic roots. The work is designed to serve as wide-ranging an audience as possible: Hopi speakers as well as those not fluent in this language, the scholar as well as the general reader. The lexicon treats the Third Mesa dialect and the vocabulary items are limited to items of common usage. The work is presented in two sections: the first and main section is Hopi-English and the second is an English-Hopi index.
 

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Contents

1 Introduction
1
References Cited
9
Table 1 Hopi Speech Sounds
10
Table 2 Hopi Transcription Systems
11
Abbreviations
12
A
13
E
17
H
18
C
125
D
133
E
138
F
141
G
146
H
149
I
153
J
155

I
26
K
27
L
35
M
38
N
43
O
54
p
57
Q
69
R
72
S
73
T
83
U
102
V
104
w
105
Y
109
A
114
B
118
K
156
L
157
M
161
N
165
O
166
P
168
Q
174
R
175
s
179
T
192
u
198
V
199
W
200
Y
204
ERRATUM
206
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