2 edition of proto-Oceanic palatals found in the catalog.
Robert A. Blust
Bibliography : p. 168-183.
|Statement||Robert A. Blust.|
|Series||Memoir Polynesian Society -- no. 43, Memoir (Polynesian Society (Wellington, N.Z.))|
|LC Classifications||BL5003 .B56, PL5003 B56|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 183 p. --|
|Number of Pages||183|
The proto-oceanic palatals / Robert A. Blust Blust, R. A [ Book: ] At 4 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 29,) [ Book: ] At 12 libraries. This resource is very relevant to your query (score: 50,) No user comments for this person. Add a comment Public Private. This book presents a legend of the Wuvulu-Aua People. See An annotated bibliography of Manus Province folklore. [Accessed Febru ] W/A Krauss, N. L. H. (Noel Louis Hilmer), , Bibliography of the Hermit Islands (Agomes Islands), New Guinea. Honolulu, Hawaii: N.L.H. Krauss, 6 p.; 23cm.
Proto-Oceanic(POc), as reconstructed by various scholars beginning with Demp wolff () and continuingthrough to the recentworkofRoss(), has been shown to contain a contrastingseries ofobstruents, reconstructed byRoss () as *p/b, *t!d, and *k/g, the voiced members ofwhich had their originsin prenasalized versions. YOUNG, Hugh: A Guide book to Nga Ingoa o Aotearoa: An oral dictionary of Maori placenames. Part 1. Te Upoko o te Ika/The lower North Island, with 2 cassettes A and RR B. Wellington, Replay Radio Division of Radio New Zealand, 67pp., index. $ (paper). -
The Austronesian languages Revised Edition Robert Blust A-PL This is a revised edition of the The Austronesian languages, which was published as a paperback in the then Pacific Linguistics series (ISBN ). This revision includes typographical corrections, an improved index, and various minor content changes. Bikol have the same set except for palatals, which were merged with other consonants, and the glottal stop. The movement was from Palatal to Dental/Alveolar (c,j,ñ > t,d,n). Palatal Nasal. The same book says: “PMP *ñ is indisputably reconstructible. It appears to be a PMP innovation, however, since there are no separate reflexes of it in.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Blust, R.A. Proto-oceanic palatals. Wellington: Polynesian Society, (OCoLC) Document Type. Proto-Oceanic (abbr. POc) is a proto-language that language comparatists since Otto Dempwolff have proposed as the probable common ancestor to the group of Oceanic -Oceanic is itself an Austronesian language and so therefore a descendant of the Proto-Austronesian language (PAN), the common ancestor of the Austronesian languages.
Proto. Since he has been employed at the University of Leiden, where he is now associate professor in the Department of Languages and Cultures of Southeast Asia and Oceania. His publications include a book, The Proto‐Oceanic palatals (), and numerous papers.
Search for more papers by this authorCited by: This is the second in a series of five volumes on the lexicon of Proto Oceanic, the ancestor of the Oceanic branch of the Austronesian language family.
Each volume deals with a particular domain of culture and/or environment and consists of a collection of essays each of which presents and comments on lexical reconstructions of a particular semantic field within that domain.
The Lexicon of Proto Oceanic: The Proto-Oceanic palatals book and Environment of Ancestral Oceanic Society. Volume 2: The Physical Environment (Pacific Linguistics, ) [Malcolm Ross, Andrew Pawley, Meredith Osmond] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is the second in a series of five volumes on the lexicon of Proto Oceanic, proto-Oceanic palatals book ancestor of the Oceanic branch of.
This is the second in a series of five volumes on the lexicon of Proto Oceanic, the ancestor of the Oceanic branch of the Austronesian language family. Each volume deals with a particular domain of culture and/or environment and consists of a collection of essays each of which presents and comments on lexical reconstructions of a particular Cited by: Proto Oceanic (POc) is the immediate ancestor of the Oceanic subgroup of the Austronesian language family.
This subgroup consists of all or so Austronesian languages of Melanesia east of °E, together with the languages of Polynesia and (with two exceptions) those of Micronesia—more than languages in all ().Systematic arguments for the existence of.
Other articles where Proto-Oceanic language is discussed: Austronesian languages: Major subgroups: which is known today as Proto-Oceanic.
The Oceanic hypothesis maintains that all Austronesian languages east of a line that runs through Indonesian New Guinea at approximately ° E longitude—except for Palauan and Chamorro of western Micronesia—are descended. in the second book in his three volume Vergleichende Lautlehre des 5 See especially R.
Blust, The Proto-Oceanic Palatals, Polynesian Society Memoir 43 (Wellington evidence for Proto-Oceanic *n', Oceanic Linguistics, XVIII (), ; P. The proto-oceanic palatals R. Blust Snippet view - All Book Search results » About the author () Mary Kawena Pukui was a noted authority on the Hawaiian language.
She had a long professional association with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum and translated many Hawaiian historical documents. She coauthored, with Samuel H 5/5(5). A proposed common ancestor of the group of Oceanic languages.
The central concern of this paper is the reconstruction of two terms that bear on the problem of the nature of leadership in Proto-Oceanic society. By “Proto-Oceanic society” I mean the society that spoke the language that linguists refer to as “Proto-Oceanic” (POC). The Oceanic languages form a subgroup within the Austronesian family.
Proto-Oceanic addenda with cognates in non-Oceanic Austronesian languages: a preliminary list. University of Hawai‘i Working Papers in Linguistics b. For many years Hawaiian Dictionary has been the definitive and authoritative work on the Hawaiian language.
Now this indispensable reference volume has been enlarged and completely revised. More than 3, new entries have been added to the Hawaiian-English section bringing the total number of entries to alm, and making it the largest and most complete of 5/5(2).
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Reconstruction:Proto-Oceanic/ qusan. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This Proto-Oceanic entry contains reconstructed words and roots. As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.
archaeology journals worldwide; books: The Proto-Oceanic Palatals () and Austronesian Root Theory (). Tylor on patolli In a controversial paper that has continued to pro-voke discussion for a century after its publication, the great English ethnologist Edward Burnett Tylor () drew attention to remarkable similarities.
A number of other mergers occurred in Proto-Oceanic, including the merger of *p and *b and of *k and *g; the merger of the palatals *s, *c, *z, and (in all Oceanic languages outside the Admiralty Islands of western Melanesia) *j; and the merger of *e and *-aw as Proto-Oceanic *o.
These changes are illustrated in the Table. 1. Background: Pre-Polynesian and Proto-Oceanic *s. Proto-Oceanic had palatal obstruents *c and *j and oral-nasal grade pair *s (oral grade) and *j (nasal grade). 2 The Proto-Polynesian phonemes traditionally reconstructed as continuations of these palatal obstruents are *s and *h (DempwolffElbertGrace ).
Dempwolff () noted that Proto. Natügu në-form: More evidence for a Proto-Oceanic passive,” by Brenda H. Boerger and David Graves, built on the ﬁ rst and was presented by Boerger at COOL8, Auckland, New Zealand, in January.
The Prehistory of Oceanic Languages: A Current View the wa y of life of A ustronesian speakers from a Proto-Mala yo-Polynesian disper sal centre in. 1. Introduction. Two prefixes, *ma- and *ta- have been reconstructed as stative verb derivatives in Proto-Oceanic (POC), with *ta- also indicating the notion of spontaneity (Pawley45).Both prefixes derived intransitive verbs with an undergoer subject from transitives that had an actor subject and an undergoer object.b Subgrouping, circularity and extinction: some issues in Austronesian comparative Selected Papers from the Eighth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics [Symposium Series of the Institute of Linguistics (Preparatory Office), Academia Sinica 1], Elizabeth Zeitoun & Paul Jen-kuei Li (eds), 31– Taipei: Academia Sinica.