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Index of Languages in Volume 44

Index of Languages in Volume 44 The entries represent languages, dialects, or groups (either linguistic or geographical) referred to in the text. Alternative language names, where identified, are included within parentheses or given by cross-reference. Aboriginal English 246 Achehnese 359 Admiralties 155, 547­548 Agta 218, 221 Aklanon 217 `Ala`ala 544, 552­553 Alawa 251 Alune 3­4, 7­8, 10 Ambai 296 Amele 310 Amharic 297 Amis 3, 5, 8, 10, 539 Anatolian 268 Anejoü 92, 94, 98­100, 105­108, 110­ 111, 393, 544, 553 Anêm 145­146, 164, 168­169, 174, 181, 193 Anggreso 428 Anguthimri 233 Anindilyakwa 250­251 Anindilyakwa (Aninhdhilyagwa) 250­ 252, 254 Ansus 294, 529 Aore 389 Arabic 309 Araki 240, 389, 397­402, 478, 487 Arandic 249, 260, 283 Arapesh 534 'Are'are 140, 143, 540 Aria 164 Arnhem Land 249­251, 273 Arop-Lokep 553 Arosi 140, 520, 544, 553 Arrernte 248, 260 Ata 145­146, 168­169, 174, 181, 191, 528­529 Atayal 218, 425 Atayalic 311 Attic Greek 521 Australian 223­224, 233, 242­286 Austroasiatic 556 Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 44, no. 2 (December 2005) © by University of Hawai`i Press. All rights reserved. Austronesian 2, 5, 9­10, 13, 57, 62­63, 72, 88, 90, 145, 148, 153, 169, 171, 181, 215­222, 234, 236, 291­297, 307, 311­313, 321, 337­338, 345, 355, 358, 404­405, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Index of Languages in Volume 44

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 44 (2) – Dec 20, 2005

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The entries represent languages, dialects, or groups (either linguistic or geographical) referred to in the text. Alternative language names, where identified, are included within parentheses or given by cross-reference. Aboriginal English 246 Achehnese 359 Admiralties 155, 547­548 Agta 218, 221 Aklanon 217 `Ala`ala 544, 552­553 Alawa 251 Alune 3­4, 7­8, 10 Ambai 296 Amele 310 Amharic 297 Amis 3, 5, 8, 10, 539 Anatolian 268 Anejoü 92, 94, 98­100, 105­108, 110­ 111, 393, 544, 553 Anêm 145­146, 164, 168­169, 174, 181, 193 Anggreso 428 Anguthimri 233 Anindilyakwa 250­251 Anindilyakwa (Aninhdhilyagwa) 250­ 252, 254 Ansus 294, 529 Aore 389 Arabic 309 Araki 240, 389, 397­402, 478, 487 Arandic 249, 260, 283 Arapesh 534 'Are'are 140, 143, 540 Aria 164 Arnhem Land 249­251, 273 Arop-Lokep 553 Arosi 140, 520, 544, 553 Arrernte 248, 260 Ata 145­146, 168­169, 174, 181, 191, 528­529 Atayal 218, 425 Atayalic 311 Attic Greek 521 Australian 223­224, 233, 242­286 Austroasiatic 556 Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 44, no. 2 (December 2005) © by University of Hawai`i Press. All rights reserved. Austronesian 2, 5, 9­10, 13, 57, 62­63, 72, 88, 90, 145, 148, 153, 169, 171, 181, 215­222, 234, 236, 291­297, 307, 311­313, 321, 337­338, 345, 355, 358, 404­405,

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