A Descriptive Study of Dialect of Gade-Lohar, an Itinerant Tribe
Anthropological Survey of India, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Department of Culture, Government of India, 1988 - Ethnology - 164 pages
Ethnolinguistics study of Gade-Lohar, a nomadic group of people, descended from Rajput clans, in Rajasthan and Haryana states, India.
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added adjective adverb Alternants asked bawaji beat bhai boli bolyo bread brother called cause cheſ child chokri clusters connectives consonant daughter derived dialect diddho Direct drink etej Examples express feminine fifty final four gender geyo ghoro girl give given head hiſ horse inflected initial kenne keri keryū King Chomp live Lohar marked masculine mharaj mhare mhari mhenne nasal nine noun noun phrase oblique occur pani participle perfective person phrase Pirthi plural position pronouns queen raja raja comp riyo roti sentences seven ſhū singular sister six queens stems stop suffixes syllable tenne thirty transformation twenty verb phrase verbal form verbal stem voiced vowel