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Index of Languages in Volume 52

Index of Languages in Volume 52 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. Aba 108 Angami 6 Abai Sembuak 37, 43–44, 46, 51–53, Angkola-Mandailing Batak 518, 520 56, 59–60, 63 Ansus 436, 444, 451, 455, 517 Abai Sungai 37, 45 Ansus-Ambai 445 Abai Tubu 37, 43–44, 46, 51–53, 56, Anuta 516 59–60, 63 Aore 518 Abaknon 519 Arabic 458, 464–465, 478, 480 Abau 291–296 Araki 101, 103, 517 Abma 519 Aranese 389 Aborlan Tagbanwa 517 ‘Are‘are (also ‘Āre‘āre) 98, 104, 193, Acehnese 251, 298, 516, 537 505, 516 Admiralties 14 Arguni 439, 444–446, 451, 518 Adonara 519 Arguni-Bedoanas-Erokwanas 438–439 Afro-Asiatic 6 Aribwatsa 33 Agta 125, 128–129, 132, 137, 141, Armenian 496 153–154, 156, 167, 272, 484, 517 Aroma 519 Agutaynen 517 Arosi 93–94, 99, 103–104, 108, 505, Ahus 517 516 Airoran 446, 451 Arta 126, 132–133, 149–150, 156, 167, Äiwoo 4, 13–14, 29, 33–34, 106–124 519 A’jië 533 Aru 431, 444 Aklanon 257, 509, 516 Arunese 431 Alas 518 As 519 Albanian 496 Asilulu 516 Algonquian 514 Asmat 272–273 Ali 519 Asuboa 108 Alo Teqel 100 Ata 517 Alor-Pantar 447–448, 455 Atayal 122–123, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Oceanic Linguistics University of Hawai'I Press

Index of Languages in Volume 52

Oceanic Linguistics , Volume 52 (2) – Dec 9, 2013

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Abstract

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. Aba 108 Angami 6 Abai Sembuak 37, 43–44, 46, 51–53, Angkola-Mandailing Batak 518, 520 56, 59–60, 63 Ansus 436, 444, 451, 455, 517 Abai Sungai 37, 45 Ansus-Ambai 445 Abai Tubu 37, 43–44, 46, 51–53, 56, Anuta 516 59–60, 63 Aore 518 Abaknon 519 Arabic 458, 464–465, 478, 480 Abau 291–296 Araki 101, 103, 517 Abma 519 Aranese 389 Aborlan Tagbanwa 517 ‘Are‘are (also ‘Āre‘āre) 98, 104, 193, Acehnese 251, 298, 516, 537 505, 516 Admiralties 14 Arguni 439, 444–446, 451, 518 Adonara 519 Arguni-Bedoanas-Erokwanas 438–439 Afro-Asiatic 6 Aribwatsa 33 Agta 125, 128–129, 132, 137, 141, Armenian 496 153–154, 156, 167, 272, 484, 517 Aroma 519 Agutaynen 517 Arosi 93–94, 99, 103–104, 108, 505, Ahus 517 516 Airoran 446, 451 Arta 126, 132–133, 149–150, 156, 167, Äiwoo 4, 13–14, 29, 33–34, 106–124 519 A’jië 533 Aru 431, 444 Aklanon 257, 509, 516 Arunese 431 Alas 518 As 519 Albanian 496 Asilulu 516 Algonquian 514 Asmat 272–273 Ali 519 Asuboa 108 Alo Teqel 100 Ata 517 Alor-Pantar 447–448, 455 Atayal 122–123,

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Oceanic LinguisticsUniversity of Hawai'I Press

Published: Dec 9, 2013

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