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1988, Studies in language companion series, ISBN 9789027230201, Volume 19, ix, 190
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2009, Pacific linguistics, ISBN 9780858836020, Volume 602, xxviii, 824
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2003, Language and linguistics monograph series. no. A, ISBN 9789570147858, Volume 5, xiii, 1106 p., [2] p. of plates
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1978, Memoir Polynesian Society, Volume no. 43, x, 183 p. --
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Annual Review of Linguistics, ISSN 2333-9683, 1/2019, Volume 5, Issue 1, pp. 417 - 434
The Austronesian language family is the second largest on Earth in number of languages, and was the largest in geographical extent before the European colonial... 
Austronesian | migration | homelands | Taiwan | Homelands | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | MUSSAU ISLANDS | COLONIZATION | PREHISTORY | DONOHUE | LINGUISTIC EVIDENCE | LANGUAGES | PROTO-MICRONESIAN RECONSTRUCTIONS | POSITION | LINGUISTICS | LAPITA | EASTERN INDONESIA
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 2018, Volume 57, Issue 2, pp. 335 - 358
In a 1987 paper, Blust reconstructed five Proto-Malayo-Polynesian (PMP) terms for buildings. One of these was *kamaliR 'men's house', based on Proto-Oceanic... 
Terms and phrases | Terminology | Housing | Austronesian languages | Buildings | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | semantics | Proto-Malayo-Polynesian language | lexicology | Proto-Oceanic language | Models | Linguistic research | Semantics | Analysis | Cognates | Men | Proto languages | Inference | Papuan languages | Language reconstruction | Meaning
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 2018, Volume 57, Issue 1, pp. 221 - 247
The reconstruction of Proto-Malayo-Polynesian (PMP) *h as a syllable onset continuing Proto-Austronesian (PAN) *S has depended heavily, though not exclusively,... 
Aspiration | Philippine languages | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | consonants | Proto-Malayo-Polynesian language | aspirated consonants | phonology | Coda (Phonology) | Austronesian languages | Cognates | Tagalog | Proto languages | Syllables | Onset (Phonology)
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 12/2018, Volume 57, Issue 2, p. 496
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 12/2018, Volume 57, Issue 2, pp. 335 - 358
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Journal of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society, ISSN 1836-6821, 2018, Volume 11, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 18
A hallmark of any good scientific theory is its ability to derive two or more superficially unconnected phenomena from a single unifying principle. A classic... 
Languages of Borneo | Phonetic principles | Phonological typology | Sound change | languages of Bornea | sound change | phonological typology | phonetic principles
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 2017, Volume 56, Issue 2, pp. 491 - 504
Regular metathesis has been reported from a number of languages and language families, but appears to be particularly common in Austronesian. This paper... 
Austronesian languages | Metathesis | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | Kapampangan language | syllable | metathesis | Cayuga language | Rotuman language | Bashiic languages | phonology | Philippine languages | Analysis | Proto languages | Apocope and syncope | Language history | Epenthesis
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Anthropos, ISSN 0257-9774, 01/2019, Volume 114, Issue 1, p. 169
Dragons are portrayed in widely separated cultures as simultaneously male and female. While this trait may appear arbitrary, its global distribution implies... 
Naturalism
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Language and Linguistics, ISSN 1606-822X, 2017, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp. 177 - 200
The Kenyah languages of central Borneo form a distinct unit within the North Sarawak group of Austronesian languages. In northern Sarawak there is a... 
implosives | typology | Kenyah | North Sarawak | phonology | LINGUISTICS | HYPOTHESIS | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | implosive consonants | consonants | Kenyah language | phonological change | Bantu languages | Aspiration | Austronesian languages | Linguistics | Regional dialects | Phonetics | Phonology | Stops | Language typology | Comparative linguistics
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 2017, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 247 - 256
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Oceanic Linguistics, ISSN 0029-8115, 12/2015, Volume 54, Issue 2, pp. 436 - 491
In striking contrast to the voice-marking affixes, for which there is universal agreement, the case-markers of Proto-Austronesian (PAN), and later... 
Proto-Austronesian language | Markedness | Case | MARKING | PHILIPPINE LANGUAGES | LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS | syntax | Austronesian languages | case | Grammar, Comparative and general | Research | Linguistic research | Semantics | Nouns | Proto languages | Onomastics | Case marking | Affixes
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2016, PALI Language Texts : Micronesia, ISBN 9780824859930, xviii, 337
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