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Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 49, no. 2 (December 2010)© by University of Hawai‘i Press. All rights reserved. INDEX OF LANGUAGES IN VOLUME 49 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. Abai Sungai 55 Abenlen Ayta 469 Abipón 577 Abma 572 Aborlan Sambal 469 Aborlan Tagbanwa 443 Abui 420–421, 427, 432 Abun 422–423, 428, 430 Acehnese 69, 80, 150, 158–160, 310, 571, 577 Acoma 577 Adang 432 Adelbert Range stock 164 Admiralties group 299 Adyghe 577 Adzera 577 Afro-Asiatic 407 Afroasiatic 576 Agta 200, 480, 502, 509 Agta languages 479 Aguaruna 577 Agufi 561 Agutaynen 443, 461, 474 Aisi 164–172, 180–182, 185–192 Äiwoo (= Reef Islands language) 294, 298 Ajië 577 Aklanon 154, 158, 444, 446, 458, 501, 577 Alabat 491 Alak 577 Alas 310 Algic 577 Alor 155, 158 Alsea 577 Alta 510 Altaic 577 Alumbis Murut 75 Alune 414–415, 417–419, 428, 431 Alyawarr 318 Amahuaca 577 Amaimon 180 Amanab 576 Ambai 413, 428, 434 Ambon Malay 419–420, 428 Ambong Malay 434 Amerind 579 Amharic 576 Amis 198, 200–202, 204, 286, 303, 305, 339–358, 442, 444–446, 448, 457, 471–473, 554, 577 Amis–Extra-Formosan 303 Anakalangu 463 Andalusian Spanish 329–330, 338 Andamanese 577 Andamanese languages 572 Anggor 577 Anmatyerr 317–318 Anor 172 Anutan 293, 296 Aore 384 Apalaí 577 Apalɨ 164–166, 168–171, 174–183, 185–186, 192 Apin-Apin Kuijau 55 Apo Duat group 123 Arabela 577 Arabic 63, 286, 325, 330, 405 Araki 22, 25, 27–29, 41–42, 561, 596 Arandai 428, 435 Arapesh 577 Arauan 577 Arawakan 577 ‘Are‘are 260, 265, 267–270, 272, 274, 276, 563–564 Arikara 577 Arosi 260, 262–263, 265, 277, 561, 563–564 Arrernte 317–318 Arta 482, 485, 510 Asi/Bantoanon 492 Aslian 569, 575 602 OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, VOL. 49, NO. 2 Aslian languages 359–368 Ata Manobo 452, 472 Atan subgroup 165, 183 Atayal 286, 303, 310, 358, 448, 472, 546, 548–549, 554, 577 Atayalic 201 Atemple 165–174, 176, 183, 185–192 Atta 85, 310 Australian languages 205, 208, 219, 228, 230–231, 317–318, 420, 576 Austric 578–579 Austroasiatic 45, 75, 281, 359, 368, 568–569, 571–572, 574–575, 577 Austronesian 44, 47–48, 57, 63–64, 68, 70, 74, 77, 80, 84, 88–89, 92–93, 95–96, 114–117, 120, 123, 141, 144–145, 148, 156–157, 159, 161, 194, 203–204, 281, 283, 297–298, 302–317, 319, 351, 365, 368, 389–390, 397, 405–409, 413, 416–417, 419–420, 424–427, 431–432, 434, 436–438, 447–448, 460–461, 466, 471, 474–475, 477, 485, 492, 509–510, 543–544, 550, 553, 556–557, 561, 565–566, 568, 571–579, 589–590, 594 Avava 22, 25, 42, 383, 515, 541 Aveteian 383 Awtuw 577 Aymara 577 Aymaran 577 Ba’amang 69–70, 72, 92–93 Babuza 305 Badaga 577 Bagobo 309, 469 Bahasa Malaysia 116 Bahnaric 579 Baining-Taulil 576 Bajaw 578 Bajaw family 53–54, 117 Baki 512, 514, 523, 527–533, 535–536, 538–539 Balaesang 94 Balangao 443–445, 449–451, 457, 476 Balantak 311 Balinese 44, 69, 71–72, 81–90, 94, 113–115, 117, 152, 158, 160–161, 201, 577 Balinese-Sasak-Sumbawa subgroup 81, 83, 90 Balingian 77 Baluy Kayan 117 Banam Bay 369, 386–387 Banao 487 Banggai 83, 310, 413, 428, 434 Bāngingi Sama 577 Banjarese 72, 75, 93 Banjarese Malay 70, 78 Bantayanon 490, 492, 495 Bantoanon 154 Banton 446, 458 Bantu 405, 410, 435 Barbacoan 577 Bardi 209, 219–222, 224–226, 230–231 Bare’e/Pamona 83, 85 BarioKelabit 49–50, 52, 56–57, 64, 92, 95, 97–101 Baritofamily 44, 47–48, 54, 56, 68–70, 75, 80, 91–92, 95, 97, 115–116 Barito-Mahakam subgroup 69, 113 Baruya 577 Basay 303, 444, 473 Bashiic 443–444, 447–449, 455–458, 469, 502 Basque 136, 577 Batad Ifugao 67, 160, 450, 474, 591–594 Batak 113, 482 Batanic 475–476, 502, 510...

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