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abbreviation adjective suffix allomorphs alluded allusion American English American Slang analogy Anderson Creek Anderson Valley Anecdotal apparently bahl ball base became Bell Valley bill nunn Bluejay boarp booker Boonter Boonter named Boontling Boontling words Boonville boshe California called chapport charlie coast Combination common compounds consonant croppy dance deer denoted derived Dictionary Dissie drinker early early-day example female Functional shift gormin haireem harpin heese horner Indian informants kimmie known krik language lexical ling lingo terms lingo word linguistic madge male meaning Mendocino Mendocino County modifier moldune moshe Muzz Crick Navarro Navarro River nemic reshaping nickname nonch nook noun suffix original patterns pejorative person Philo Phonemically reshaped Pomo pudendum reference region Scottish seertle sexual sexual intercourse sheep sneeble speakers standard English stress taboo tidrick Ukiah Ukiah Road usually valley residents variant verb Virginia Folk-Speech vocabulary voiceless vowel whiskey woman Wordlist