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Index of Languages in Volume 45

Index of Languages in Volume 45 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. Abau 239 Abinomn 237 Aborlan Tagbanwa 321, 458 Aita Rotokas 206­09 Äiwoo 269­73, 277­78, 281, 283­84, 286­89, 291­93 Aklanon 213­14, 509, 511 Amangu 245 Amganad Ifugao 470 Amis 135­37, 139­41, 148, 458 Amis Farangaw 148­50 Ancient Greek 482 Anejoü 247 Anuta 430 Aore 219, 221, 226 Araki 219, 221, 224­27 Aranda 511 Arikara 499 Atayal 97, 132, 135, 137, 144­45, 151, 507, 513 Atayal Mayrinax 97, 134, 136­38, 140­42, 144, 148­50 Atayal Squliq 104 Atayalic 140 Atchin 285 Atsilima (Atsinima) 206 Australian 246 Austronesian 52­53, 55, 63, 91­92, 104, 108­9, 112, 114, 128, 133, 139, 147, 151, 153­54, 161, 189, 192, 210, 216, 239, 262, 264­65, 269­70, 284, 287, 290­91, 294­95, 311­12, 315­16, 322­24, 326­29, 331, 337­38, 380, 382, 402­3, 453, 457, 473, 497­502, 504­5, 515 Babuza 139­41 Balangao 459, 461­64, 470, 473 Balbalasang Kalinga 465­66 Bali 43­44, 50­51 Balinese 508 Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 45, no. 2 (December 2006) © by University of Hawai`i Press. All rights reserved. Bali-Vitu 43 Baniata 287 Banoni 255 Banton 509 Bantu 491, 496 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Index of Languages in Volume 45

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 45 (2) – Jan 24, 2006

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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. Abau 239 Abinomn 237 Aborlan Tagbanwa 321, 458 Aita Rotokas 206­09 Äiwoo 269­73, 277­78, 281, 283­84, 286­89, 291­93 Aklanon 213­14, 509, 511 Amangu 245 Amganad Ifugao 470 Amis 135­37, 139­41, 148, 458 Amis Farangaw 148­50 Ancient Greek 482 Anejoü 247 Anuta 430 Aore 219, 221, 226 Araki 219, 221, 224­27 Aranda 511 Arikara 499 Atayal 97, 132, 135, 137, 144­45, 151, 507, 513 Atayal Mayrinax 97, 134, 136­38, 140­42, 144, 148­50 Atayal Squliq 104 Atayalic 140 Atchin 285 Atsilima (Atsinima) 206 Australian 246 Austronesian 52­53, 55, 63, 91­92, 104, 108­9, 112, 114, 128, 133, 139, 147, 151, 153­54, 161, 189, 192, 210, 216, 239, 262, 264­65, 269­70, 284, 287, 290­91, 294­95, 311­12, 315­16, 322­24, 326­29, 331, 337­38, 380, 382, 402­3, 453, 457, 473, 497­502, 504­5, 515 Babuza 139­41 Balangao 459, 461­64, 470, 473 Balbalasang Kalinga 465­66 Bali 43­44, 50­51 Balinese 508 Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 45, no. 2 (December 2006) © by University of Hawai`i Press. All rights reserved. Bali-Vitu 43 Baniata 287 Banoni 255 Banton 509 Bantu 491, 496

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