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On the meaning of the Tarascan suffixes of space
|Other titles||International journal of American linguistics.|
|Statement||by Paul Friedrich. On the classification in the Athapascan, Eyak, and the Tlingit verb, by Michael E. Krauss.|
|Series||Indiana University publications in anthropology and linguistics. Memoirs 23 and 24|
|Contributions||Krauss, Michael E., 1934-|
|LC Classifications||PM4297 .F7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||83|
|LC Control Number||78635850|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Friedrich, Paul, On the meaning of the Tarascan suffixes of space. [Baltimore, Waverly Press, ]. ON THE MEANING OF THE TARASCAN SUFFIXES OF SPACE & ON THE CLASSIFICATION IN THE ATHAPASCAN, EYAK, AND THE TLINGIT VERB [Paul Friedrich] Author: Paul Friedrich.
: The Tarascan Suffixes of Locative Space: Meaning and Morphotactics (Language Science Monographs, Vol. 9) (): Friedrich, Paul: BooksCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Friedrich, Paul, Tarascan suffixes of locative space: meaning and morphotactics.
Bloomington, Indiana University [©]. The Hardcover of the The Tarascan suffixes of locative space: Meaning and morphotactics by Paul Friedrich at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or Author: Paul Friedrich. Purépecha (also P'urhépecha [pʰuˈɽepet͡ʃa], Phorhé or Phorhépecha), often called Tarascan (Spanish: Tarasco), is a language isolate or small language family that is spoken byPurépecha in the highlands of Michoacán, Mexico.
Purépecha was the main language of the pre-Columbian Tarascan State and became widespread in northwestern Mexico during its heyday in the late post Ethnicity: Purépecha. The Tarascan suffixes of locative space: meaning and morphotactics.
Bloomington: Indiana University. Friedrich, Paul (). A phonology of Tarascan. Chicago: University of Chicago, Department of Anthropology. Friedrich, Paul (c). "Distinctive Features and Functional Groups in Tarascan Phonology". Language 47 (4): – Greenberg.
Purepecha (formerly known as Tarascan) is spoken in the state of Michoacán in Mexico by approximatelypeople. It is classified as a language isolate. In this chapter, after introducing some of its sociolinguistic and dialectal.
usually expressed by means of prepositions or case endings, Tarascan makes use of the body-part suffixes we have looked at, incorporating them into verbs.
Given space constraints, I will focus mainly on the coding of location where there is contact between objects (the figure and the ground) (the case of ‘the book Cited by: 1. The Tarascan suffixes of locative space: Transitivity is manipulated by suffixes forming transitive verbs with applicative or causative meaning or intransitives with passive or inchoative meanings.
Among the most important colonial works are the grammar diccionario purepecha and dictionary  of Fray Diccionario diccionari Gilbertiand the. FRIEDRICH, PAUL. On the meaning of the Tarascan suffixes of space.
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the bulk of the book is devoted to discussion and illustration of these stages. The notion of basic color TERMS and CATEGORIES is critical to the study. Color. by sense The Tarascan suffixes of locative space: Meaning and morphotactics "grammatical meaning" I refer both to the minimal referents or.
Paul Friedrich was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, on Octo A son of the political scientist Carl Friedrich and the oldest in a large family, he grew up mainly in rural and small‐ town Vermont and he transferred from Williams College to Harvard, where he specialized in languages and intellectual history.
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On the meaning of the Tarascan suffixes of space. International Journal of American Linguistics As a linguist, he also produced “The Tarascan Suffixes of Locative Space: Meaning and Morphotactics,” “Proto-Indo-European Syntax: the Order of Meaningful Elements,” and “The Cross-Cultural Study of Semantic Structure,” topics he has taught in the Linguistics Department.
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In the second half of the sixteenth century there were three lexicographical works in the language of Michoacán also known as Tarascan or Purepecha: The Vocabulario en lengua de Mechuacan () written by Fray Maturino Gilberti (c.
–), the Dictionarito breve y compendioso () compiled by Fray Juan Baptista de Lagunas (?–), and an anonymous work known today as the. Notes for lecture in LingMay entitled Semantic change: brief notes; one page is xerox of Appendices 1A, 1B, 2A and 2B from "On the meaning of the Tarascan suffixes of space" (pa 37, 38 and 39) article by Paul Freidrich and Michael Krauss, OctoberInternational Journal of American Linguistics, No.
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