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The Nature of Language
Sound Patterns in Language
by Leonard Bloomfield
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actual Algonkin analogous analysis anthropology Athabaskan become behavior borrowed Chinookan Chipewyan clan complex concept consonants contrast corresponding crest cultural anthropology culture element custom defined dialects distinct distribution English Eskimo evidence example expression fact fashion feeling function glottal stop grading grammatical Haida historical Hittite human Hupa important individual Indo-European infer instance interest interpretation Judeo-German Kwakiutl language large number less linguistic logical Lower Chinook Maidu matter means merely modern German musical Nahuatl nature Navaho Nootka normal noun Ojibwa organization original Paiute parallel patterns peculiar perhaps personality phonetic law phonologic phratries plural primitive problem psychological reduplicated reference relation relatively ritual Sapir seems sense significance social society sound speaking specific speech spirant stem suffix syllables symbolic tend tendency Tibetan tion Tlingit Tocharian tribes Tsimshian Ugaritic unconscious verb vocabulary voice voiceless vowel Wakashan Wishram words Yana Yurok