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Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 48, no. 2 (December 2009)© by University of Hawai‘i Press. All rights reserved. INDEX OF LANGUAGES IN VOLUME 48 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. Abaknon 281 Abma 1–24, 290 Acehnese 49 Admiralties 69 Agta 325 Agutaynen 280 Ahus 64, 482 Alune 41 Amahai 57 Amblau 41 American English 289, 329, 332 American languages 522 Amganad Ifugao 323 Amharic 290 Amis 130, 135, 144–147, 173, 211, 276, 279, 294, 345, 456, 475 Anakalang 57 Ancient Greek 111 Anejom̃ 349, 363 Anêm 287 Applecross Scots Gaelic 486–487 Arabic 404–405, 415, 434, 437 Araki 511 Arandic 290 ’Are’are 53 Arosi 48, 53, 59, 66 Asisilu 41 Atayal 109, 173, 177, 294, 456 Atayalic 276 Atinggola 56 Atoni 48, 72 Aulua 127 Australian English 289 Australian languages 287, 290 Austronesian 36–38, 40, 42, 44–45, 49–50, 52, 56–57, 59, 61, 64–65, 69–70, 74–76, 78, 83, 101, 129–130, 145–146, 170, 172, 195, 249, 265, 270, 272–278, 281, 285–286, 291, 293–294, 298, 300, 307, 311, 321, 324, 326, 328, 335–338, 340, 345, 370–371, 377, 401, 436, 463, 478–480, 484, 488–508, 517–518, 522–531, 533, 538 Avava 291 Avok 113, 127 Awa 292 Axamb 113, 127 Badaic 284, 286 Baetora 58 Balangaw 323 Bali-Vitu 304–305 Balto-Slavic 496 Banam Bay 127 Banjarese Malay 49, 282, 492 Banks languages 291 Banoni 223, 348 Bantu 34, 522 Bare’e 45, 55, 62 Barito languages 282 Basay 130, 132, 147 Batanic 77 Berawan 335 Bha’i 60 Bikol 63, 312, 325, 501, 507 Bilua 35 Bimanese 71, 250–251 Bima-Sumba 75, 250 Bintauna 56 Bintulu 62 Binukid 62 Bipi 41, 58, 62, 64 Bisayan 508 Bislama 10, 23, 115, 291 Bolaang Mongondow 45, 62 Bolango 56 Bonga 64 Bontok 137, 147, 325, 327–328, 331 Bornean languages 410, 412 Botolan Sambal 323, 325 540 OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, VOL. 48, NO. 2 Boumaa Fijian 385, 389–390, 395, 401 British English 289, 329 Budong-budong 282 Bugotu 53, 532 Buli 41, 43, 47, 69, 76 Bungku-Tolaki 54 Bunun 172, 182, 186–187, 189, 195, 201–202, 211, 276, 294, 364–377, 456, 472, 475 Buru 40, 47–48, 51, 53, 56, 59–60, 64, 66, 72, 75 Bwaidoga 48 Cantonese 87, 105 Cebuano 47, 52, 63, 99, 110, 279, 312, 325, 331 Celebic 56 Central Malayo-Polynesian 36–76, 504 Central Papuan 348 Central Tagbanwa 325 Central-Eastern MalayoPolynesian 36–76, 504 Central–Malayo-Polynesian 250 Chamorro 40, 59, 307, 324, 333–336, 365, 377, 493, 522, 524, 528 Cheke Holo 213–249, 532, 538 Chinese 49, 55, 212, 377, 515 Choiseul 223 Chumash 147 Chuukese 48, 58, 489, 492, 505 Chuukic 506 Cia-Cia 56 Cubeo 486–487 Damar 41 Danao languages 404, 406, 408–410, 415, 425, 436 Danish 325 Dhao 62 Dobuan 48–49, 58, 348 Drubea 484–487 Duke of York 41, 48 Dumo 87 Dusner 48, 59 Dusunic 326, 335 Dutch 187, 210, 250–252, 254, 258, 262, 498 Early Melanesian Pidgin 291 East Chadic 480, 482 East Formosan 130 East Indonesian languages 276 East Mekeo 266–271 East Slavic 481–482 Eastern Austronesian 74 Eastern Gorontalic 56 Eastern Kayah Li 87 Eastern Malayo-Polynesian 36–37, 39, 47, 59, 74 Eastern Oceanic 507 Eastern Polynesian 46 Elat 41 Ellicean Outliers 46 Emae 509 Ende 54, 72 English 7, 10, 17, 35, 101, 115, 154, 157, 170, 184, 199–200, 210–212, 269, 271, 288–289, 291–292, 307–308, 324, 329, 332–334, 339–341, 345, 364, 369–371, 374, 377–378, 388, 390, 402, 415, 436–437, 442, 444, 451, 453, 473, 475, 484, 486–487, 498, 515, 532 Ere 477–478, 482 Estonian 111 Ewe 87 Fiji English 289 Fijian 41, 48, 58, 75, 292, 347–348, 363, 379–380, 385–386, 388–389, 394–395, 398, 400–402, 489, 501, 526 Filipino 437 Fordata 45, 48, 52 Formosan languages 78–110, 131–132, 134–135, 137, 142, 144...

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