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Noun reduplication in Comox, a Salish language of Vancouver island.
|Series||Geological Survey of Canada. Memoir,, no. 63; Anthropological series no. 6, Memoir (Geological Survey of Canada) ;, 63|
|LC Classifications||QE185 .A2 no. 63|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||53|
|LC Control Number||gs 15000776|
Geological Survey of Canada: Abnormal types of speech in Nootka ; Noun reduplication in Comox, a Salish language of Vancouver Island / (Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, ), also by Edward Sapir and Edward Sapir (page images at HathiTrust). Managers of Vancouver Island, Canada-based The Comox Valley Airport said that the facility served more than k passengers in , the highest in its history. Vancouver's YQQ .
VAN EIJK, JAN, AND THOM HESS. Noun and verb in Salish. Lingua WATANABE, HONORE. A report on Sliammon (Mainland Comox) reduplication. Papers for the Twenty-ninth International Conference on Salish and Neighboring Languages, pp. Pablo, Mont.: Salish Kootenai College. WILLIE, MARY ANN, AND ELOISE JELINEK. Comox is a language of the Central Coast branch of the Salish family, in Thompson's (a) classification. It is spoken on the central eastern coast of Vancouver Island, and on the mainland opposite in the communities of Homalco, Klahuse, and Sliammon; for more information on location of groups and general ethnography, see Barnett () and.
Noun Reduplication in Comox, a Salish Language of Vancouver Island. Geological Survey of Canada, Mem Anthropological Series 6, pp. The Na-dene Languages, a Preliminary Report. American Anthropologist, N.S., Vol. 17, pp. A Sketch of the Social Organization of the Nass River Indians. Geological Survey of Canada. Premier Listings for Comox. Surrounded by a beautiful valley, and the largest glacier on Vancouver Island, the charming seaside village of Comox is located on the peninsula that forms the Comox Harbour, land originally settled by the Salish people. The Port of Comox was founded in the mid s on the slopes of the Comox Peninsula.
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This study is a survey of the form and function of reduplication within the three branches (West, Central and East) of the Chadic language family. The Chadic languages along with Ancient Egyptian, Semitic, Berber and Cushitic comprise the Afroasiatic phylum otherwise known as the Hamito-Semitic.
Although the study has centrally to do with Chadic, it contains discussion and examples on other. Comox definition is - a Salishan people of eastern Vancouver Island and the opposite mainland of British Columbia. Sapir, Edward, Abnormal types of speech in Nootka ; Noun reduplication in Comox, a Salish language of Vancouver Island / (Ottawa: Government Printing Bureau, ), also by Edward Sapir and Geological Survey of Canada (page images at HathiTrust).
Comox is a Salish language spoken on both sides of the Gulf of Georgia on the west coast of British Columbia, Canada. it was spoken on Vancouver Island from the Salmon River in the north to the present day town of Comox in the south.
The only published description of island Comox is an article by Sapir on noun reduplication. Since the Cited by: 8. Noun Reduplication in Comox, a Salish Language of Vancouver Island Sapir Edward on Language, Gender, and Sex in Comparative Perspective - Google Books Result Abnormal types of speech in Nootka.
Author/Creator: Sapir, Edward, Language: English. Imprint: Ottawa, Government Printing Bureau, Comox definition ata free online dictionary with pronunciation, synonyms and translation.
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Edward Sapir’s most popular book is Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech. Noun Reduplication in Comox, a. Comox is a Coast Salish language. The Comox spoke the island dialect; the other three groups speak the mainland dialect.
These three groups refer to themselves by their respective group names rather than "Comox." The Comox on Vancouver Island were largely absorbed by the Lekwiltok, a Kwakiutl tribe, and are now essentially extinct as a culture.
Proper noun. Comox. A town on the east coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada. A Salishan language historically spoken in Comox and the surrounding areas, including the Sunshine Coast. Synonyms (language): Sliammon.
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