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Title Noun bases in two Eskimo dialects: A study in comparative morphophonemics.
Description:Comparison of Greenlandic (Kleinschmidt, Swadesh) and Central Yupik (Reed et al.), to establish noun classes and generative rules for suffixation.  Also in collection, 1970 typescript, 27 pp. plus 3 pp. handout, with ms. comments by Krauss, and 1972 typescript, revised, 33 pp. with ms. comments by Krauss.
Contributors Underhill, Robert (author)
Type Text
Subject Language(s) Comparative Eskimo-Aleut
LingType grammatical
Files: CE970U1976.pdf

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