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  • Index of Languages in Volume 54

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 Sembuak 481

  • Abelam (also Abelam-Wosera) 242, 246, 264, 267

  • Abom 122, 124, 138

  • Aborlan Tagbanwa 456, 486

  • Abui 76, 88, 90, 107, 329, 332

  • Acehnese 69, 94, 106, 390, 458

  • Adang 329, 332

  • Admiralties 298

  • Agta 486

  • Agusan Manobo 488 Äiwoo 108, 270–307

  • Akan 234

  • Aklanon 464, 481, 483, 485

  • Alangan 417

  • Albanian 593

  • Aleut 383

  • Algonquian 378, 382, 390, 593

  • Allang 611

  • Alor-Pantar 328, 332, 608

  • Alune 611

  • Amarasi 76

  • Amazonian 241, 390

  • Ambai 76

  • Ambelau 609

  • Ambonese 490

  • Ambulas 269

  • Amele 53

  • Amerind 360

  • Amis 439, 441–443, 447, 449, 453, 455, 463–465, 473, 482, 486

  • 593–594

  • Angan 135

  • Anim 110–138

  • Anima (see Makayan)

  • Arabic 430, 610

  • Arammba 136

  • Arawak 241, 245

  • ’Āre’āre 482

  • Arama (see Were)

  • Arosi 482

  • Aslian 70, 620–622

  • Asmat 69, 109

  • Ata Manobo 415

  • Atayal 17, 19, 40, 42, 44, 46–47, 49, 51–53, 348, 356, 441, 455–456, 462–463, 465, 482, 488, 490

  • Atayalic 81, 453

  • Athabaskan 170

  • Atinggola 417

  • Atlantic 390

  • Atoni 481

  • Aturu 135

  • Aua 65

  • Australian 136, 241, 245, 253, 263, 268, 390, 485, 561, 572, 592

  • Austroasiatic 66, 76, 105, 492, 561, 572, 620

  • Austronesian 52, 54–55, 62–65, 67–69, 74–76, 80–82, 85, 88, 90–92, 94–95, 105, 107–109, 136, 141, 144, 171, 173–174, 204, 219, 236–238, 270–273, 295, 303, 305–307, 339, 347–349, 356–357, 360, 380, 384, 390, 392, 394, 423, 433, 435–492, 549, 555, 561–563, 571–572, 591–593, 597, 603, 607, 608–609, 611–613

  • Awyu 135

  • Awyu-Dumut 130

  • Badeng 334–336, 348, 351–355

  • Bajaw (also Bajau) 109

  • Bakung 334, 336

  • Balangao 444, 490

  • Balinese 1, 276, 305, 457, 459

  • Baluy 356

  • Baluy Kayan 338, 349

  • Bamu Kiwai 125–126

  • Bamu-Turaman family 135

  • Banda 611

  • Banggai 464 [End Page 622]

  • Baniata (see Touo)

  • Bantik 483

  • Bantoanon 448, 480

  • Bantu 328

  • Banyaduq 549–576

  • Baramu 113, 119–120, 122, 124, 128–133, 135

  • Bare’e 459, 461, 464, 481

  • Bargam 207–208, 235, 238

  • Barrier Islands 73, 89, 108

  • Barrier Islands-Batak 54, 81–89, 94

  • Barrier Islands-North Sumatra 89

  • Bashiic 467

  • Basque 45

  • Batad Ifugao 488

  • Batak 82–84, 334

  • Batak languages 441

  • Batanic 108, 489–490

  • Bekati’ 551, 565

  • Bel family 206–207, 222, 224–239

  • Benawas 610

  • Berawan 350, 355

  • Berawan-Lower Baram 335

  • Bian Marind 112–113, 119, 121–122, 128–132, 134

  • Biatah 551, 555–556, 562, 574, 579

  • Bidayuh 493, 505, 551, 562, 576, 579

  • Bikol 417, 434, 443, 456, 479, 484, 488

  • Bikol East Miraya 456

  • Bikol Legaspi 449–450

  • Bikol Libon 456

  • Bikol Naga 450, 466

  • Bikol West Albay 456

  • Bilaan 484

  • Bilua 358–394

  • Bimanese 441, 451, 483

  • Bima-Sumba 89

  • Bine 136

  • Bing 207, 224, 226, 228, 230, 233, 235–236

  • Bintauna 397, 406

  • Bintulu 335, 344, 348, 355, 441, 451, 483

  • Binukid 450, 452, 456, 483–484, 488

  • Bisaya-Lotud 442, 480

  • Bisayan 416–417, 435, 486, 491

  • Bistaang 556

  • Bitur 111–113, 119–120, 122, 124, 128–131, 135

  • Blackfoot 593

  • Boano 483

  • Boazi 113, 119, 123, 134

  • Boazi family (see Lake Murray family)

  • Boiken 242, 246, 267–268

  • Bola 307

  • Bolaang Mongondow 485

  • Bolangitang-Kaidipang 397, 406

  • Bolango 397, 404

  • Bolinao 466, 486

  • Bonggi 562, 574, 578

  • Bontok 482

  • Botolan Sambal 466, 481–482, 484

  • Boumaa Fijian 327–328

  • Budai Rukai 453–454, 484

  • Bugis 84, 97, 430

  • Bugotu 463–464, 481

  • Bukar-Sadong 562, 566, 579

  • Bulaka River languages 132, 141

  • Bulgarian 383

  • Bulusu 458, 481

  • Bungku-Tolaki 89, 107

  • Bunun 81, 348, 441, 453, 455–456, 463, 482

  • Buol 397, 417, 464–465, 480, 491

  • Buru 611

  • Cambodian 334

  • Canala (see Xârâcùù)

  • Casiguran Dumagat 451, 458, 461, 463, 477, 486

  • Cebuano 415, 450, 456–457, 464, 479, 485–486

  • Cebuano Bisayan 490

  • Cèmuhî 69, 108

  • Central Amis 439, 442–443, 477

  • Central and South New Guinea stock 136, 141

  • Central Bisayan 417, 420

  • Central Cagayan...

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ISSN
1527-9421
Print ISSN
0029-8115
Pages
pp. 622-633
Launched on MUSE
2015-11-23
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