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  • Index of Languages in Volume 53

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.

  • Acehnese 382

  • Adelbert Range family 172

  • Admiralties 63, 81, 83, 85–86, 314, 525

  • Aghu 3–4, 9–10, 12, 14, 18, 22–23, 27, 34–35

  • Agta 198–205, 301–302, 336

  • Ainu 302

  • Aklanon 344, 382

  • Algonquian 306

  • Alor-Pantar 479

  • Alta 198, 205

  • Alune 54

  • Amis 147, 149–151, 153, 207, 224, 336, 352, 358, 360, 362, 365–366, 372–376, 387

  • Anejom 337

  • Angkola-Mandailing Batak 382

  • Anglo-Saxon 54, 303

  • Ansus 376

  • Anuta 393–394, 411, 413

  • Arabic 50, 465, 487, 514–515

  • Arawakan 301

  • Armenian 466

  • Arosi 72, 74, 88–90, 337, 340, 342

  • Arrernte 246

  • Arta 198, 203, 205

  • Asmat 9, 36

  • Asmat-Kamoro 2–3, 7–9, 36

  • Atayal 359–360

  • Atayalic 314, 352

  • Ati 198

  • Atta 203, 360, 371

  • Australian 255, 294

  • Austric 313, 386, 521

  • Austroasiatic 362, 386, 521

  • Austronesian 37, 53–55, 59, 89, 91, 152–154, 168, 170, 172, 174, 179–180, 190, 198, 204, 207–209, 222, 224, 266, 270, 272–273, 300–391, 398, 440, 443, 445, 482, 506–508, 514, 516–523, 527–528, 532

  • Austronesian-Ongan 300, 312–329, 335, 339–340, 348–350, 379

  • Austro-Tai 303, 312–313, 349, 361–362, 377–378, 388

  • Austro-Thai 383

  • Avasö 156

  • Awin 17, 30–31

  • Awngi 460, 464

  • Awyu 1–36

  • Awyu-Dumut 1–36

  • Aymara 348–349

  • Aymaran 333

  • Ayta 198

  • Babatana 155–169, 346–347

  • Babuza 357–360, 373

  • Bahasa Indonesia 452

  • Bahasa Malaysia 94–96, 99–101, 104, 107, 109

  • Balantak 528–535

  • Balimese 515

  • Balinese 338, 383, 495, 518

  • Baluan 190

  • Banda 38

  • Banjar Malay 484, 510

  • Bantu 510, 513–514

  • Bara 484–515

  • Barakai 38

  • Barasana 254

  • Barito 480, 515

  • Basai (also Basay) 376, 387

  • Bashiic 152

  • Batak 360

  • Batuley 38, 46

  • Bauan Fijian 310

  • Bay of SS. Philip and James 84, 88

  • Bayan 484, 491, 508–512, 515

  • Becking-Dawi 1, 3–4, 10

  • Beothic 313, 385

  • Berawan 55–56, 59, 100

  • Berber 134 [End Page 540]

  • Betsileo 484–514

  • Bidayuh 92, 94–95, 100–101, 104, 107–108

  • Bikol 376

  • Bilaan 338

  • Bilic 356

  • Bima-Sumba 59

  • Bimin 5, 11–12, 23–25, 30–31

  • Bine 250

  • Binongan Itneg 320

  • Bintulu 55–56, 59

  • Bipi 44

  • Bisayah 100

  • Bisayan 205

  • Bislama 413, 439

  • Bontok 346, 376, 388

  • Bosavi family 31

  • Boumaa Fijian 79–80, 84, 86, 88, 90

  • Budai Rukai 443, 445–450, 454, 456, 458–460, 463–465

  • Buginese 342, 360

  • Bugis 389

  • Bugotu 73, 86, 337

  • Buli 53

  • Buma 75, 86, 91

  • Bunun 207–224, 310, 314, 352, 354, 360, 362, 373, 376

  • Buruese 342, 385

  • Buyang 361, 375–376, 378

  • Bwatoo 78, 86, 91

  • Cairene Arabic 465

  • Cantonese 460, 466

  • Carolinean Outlier 393, 397, 431

  • Casiguran Agta 199, 202–204

  • Cebuano 344, 382

  • Celtic 135

  • Cè̄mūhî̄ 78, 78, 86, 91

  • Central Algonquian 523

  • Central and South New Guinea Phylum 36

  • Central Asmat 8, 30–31, 36

  • Central Buang 197

  • Central Cagayan Agta 203

  • Central Cordilleran 320

  • Central East Polynesian 393, 400, 405, 407, 410, 412, 418, 426, 429–430, 434, 436, 438

  • Central Eastern Polynesian 257–270

  • Central Luzon 204

  • Central Malayo-Polynesian 38, 59, 313–314, 345, 382

  • Central Northern Outliers 392, 411, 414, 419–425, 428, 430–431, 433, 439

  • Central Pacific 62, 75, 79, 86–88, 314, 393, 398, 404, 525

  • Central Philippines 344

  • Central Tagbanwa 205

  • Central-East Choiseul 156

  • Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian 38, 59, 314, 348

  • Central-Eastern Oceanic 61–62, 74, 84–85, 87, 314

  • Central-Northern Outliers 345

  • Chadic 247

  • Chaha 460, 463

  • Chama 302, 325

  • Chamic 356

  • Chamorro 54–56, 59, 179, 313, 332, 384, 518, 521

  • Chatino 177, 186

  • Cheke Holo (= Maringe) 342, 346

  • Chicheŵa 123, 129, 132–133

  • Chimbu-Wahgi 13, 171

  • Chinese 96, 100, 144, 154, 224, 246, 304, 311, 362, 389–390

  • Choiseul 156

  • Chuukese 115, 120, 124–125, 134, 383

  • Chuukic 44, 112, 114–115, 129, 133–134

  • Common Bantu 510

  • Common Palaeo-Malagasy 481–482

  • Comorian 507

  • Cristobal-Malaitan 66...

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ISSN
1527-9421
Print ISSN
0029-8115
Pages
pp. 540-550
Launched on MUSE
2014-12-23
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