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Oceanic Linguistics, Volume 50, no. 2 (December 2011)© by University of Hawai‘i Press. All rights reserved. INDEX OF LANGUAGES IN VOLUME 50 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. Abma 140, 161–163, 199, 219, 244, 246 Aborlan Tagbanwa 399, 411, 414, 420 Abui 269 Acehnese 417, 426 Admiraltiesgroup 27, 29, 31–32, 35–37, 143, 261 Adzera 33, 43–44 Afro-Asiatic 585 Agta 411, 419 Aitutaki 556 Äiwoo 120–122, 133, 137, 139, 196, 229, 241, 246, 311 Aklanon 404, 415–416, 422, 428 Akolet 33 Alor-Pantar 269 Alu 520 Alune 42, 263, 411, 416, 580 Amara 34, 40 Ambai 281, 283 Ambelau 263 Ambon Malay 580 Amele 219 Amerind 585 Amis 69, 115, 119, 353, 402, 413, 422, 428–429, 528, 561, 566, 570, 572–574, 577 Anejom̃ 34 Anêm 517, 523 Ansus 264, 268 Anuta 416, 556 Aore 161 Arabic 529–530, 532 Araki 141, 147, 149, 151, 154–155, 157, 160–163, 165, 184, 193 Are 27 ’Are’are 38, 43, 45–46, 413, 556 Arguni 266 Arosi 33–34, 39–40, 46, 413–414, 422, 556 Arove 40 Arta 95 Aru 263, 266–268 Asilulu 263, 271, 413 Asumboa 192 Ata 419 Atayal 69, 117–118, 572, 577 Atayalic 69, 352, 360–361, 561, 573 Atiu 556 Atoni 418 Atta 414 Aua 423 Aula 3, 5, 9, 19 Aulua 199 Austral Islands 556 Australianlanguages 199, 287, 303, 309, 526, 530 Austric 589 Austroasiatic 524–526, 528, 531, 537–539, 586 Austronesian 7, 24, 42, 47–48, 69–70, 85, 89–91, 98, 116–119, 174, 176, 196, 218, 239, 245–246, 258–259, 267–272, 279, 283, 286–287, 289, 291–294, 303, 308–309, 311, 313, 317, 323, 337, 345, 347–350, 352, 374, 378–379, 399–457, 482–534, 536–541, 543, 549–550, 553, 557–558, 560–590, 593, 599 Avasö 314, 322 Avava 149, 151, 193, 199, 219 Avok 248 Avuavu 5, 9–10 Ba’amang 416, 419 Babatana 39, 43–44, 485 Baetora 161 Bahnaric 586 Baining 586 Balaesang 406 Balantak 239 Balawaia 37, 39, 43–45 Bali 28–29, 36–37, 43, 45, 255 678 OCEANIC LINGUISTICS, VOL. 50, NO. 2 Balinese 111, 242, 404, 415–416, 418, 422, 424, 428–429, 432, 586–587 Balingian 428 Bali-Vitu 255, 257 Banggai 413, 417, 426 Banoni 485, 489, 494–495, 506, 516, 519, 521, 574 Banoni-Piva 487, 489 Bantayanon 276 Bare’e 413, 415, 417–419, 422, 425–426, 429 Bariai 26, 33–37, 46 Bario Kelabit 411–412, 415, 417, 422 Barito languages 412 Basay 413, 528, 573 Bashiic 421, 568 Basilaki 39 Batad Ifugao (also Ifugaw) 276, 279, 417 Batak 347 Bati Saie 269 Batu Merah 417 Batuley 266, 268 Bauan Fijian 30, 33–34, 40, 574 Bauro 7, 39, 44–45 Baybayanon 276 Bekatan 42 Bel family 29, 522 Belait 412 Biga 420 Bikol 275–276, 279, 416, 423, 425, 427, 568 Bilibil 45 Bilua 312–336 Bilur 43–45 Bimanese 410–411, 413, 415, 417, 419, 427, 587 Bima-Sumba 266 Bina 37 Binanderean family 49, 586 Bing 27–28, 44–45 Bintauna 544, 547, 549 Bintulu 42, 411–412, 414–415, 420–421, 429 Binukid 422, 425, 432 Bipi 261 Birao (see Mbirao) Bisayan languages 276, 279, 579 Bislama 208 Blablanga 17, 22, 29, 43–44, 46 Bobot 420 Bohutu 37 Bola 33, 35, 221–244 Bolaang Mongondow 399, 406, 411, 413, 415–417, 420, 424–425, 427–428 Bolang-Itang/Kaidipang 544, 547, 549 Bolango 544, 547–548 Bontok 413, 415, 417, 428 Botolan Sambal 420 Botovro 247–256 Boumaa Fijian 481 Brahui 527 Buang 26 Buginese 411, 413, 415, 417, 428, 561 Bugotu 1–24, 36, 38, 43–44, 46, 241, 311, 334, 485, 556, 566 Bugotu-Gela-Guadalcanal 2 Bugotu-Nggelic 2, 9, 24 Buin 483–523, 529, 534 Bukawa 43, 46 Buli 261–262, 266, 411, 416–418, 424, 428 Bulu 33, 35, 222 Bunaq 269 Bunun 69, 417–418, 420, 561, 566–568, 570, 573 Buol 544, 547, 550 Buru 416...

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