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  • Index Of Languages In Volume 56

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         446

  • Abui         74-88, 258-259, 264-266

  • Acehnese         269

  • Admiralties subgroup         226, 230, 239-240, 244

  • Agutaynen         466

  • Aklanon         464-469

  • Alamblak         364-394

  • Aleut-Yupik-Inuit         517

  • Algonquian         513

  • Alor subgroup         74

  • Alor-Pantar subgroup         74-75, 83, 85, 88-89, 257-266

  • Amarasi 415-434

  • Amis         20, 182, 204, 295

  • Andra         242

  • Anejom         416, 434

  • Aoheng         446-449, 451-452, 480

  • Arabic         211, 222

  • 'Āre'āre         508, 512

  • Are-Taupota subgroup         401

  • Arifama-Miniafia         402, 405

  • Arosi         204, 508, 511-512

  • Aslian         144, 216, 223

  • Atayal         11, 20-21, 182, 295-297

  • Atta         480

  • Austral Islands languages         514

  • Austroasiatic         212

  • Austronesian         1-2, 11-12, 19-20, 44, 70, 72, 85, 88, 90-91, 94, 96, 110, 116, 118, 121-122, 144, 154, 156, 175, 178-179, 181-182, 204, 208-209, 212, 227, 245, 247-248, 253, 255, 265, 269, 276-277, 279, 283-285, 289, 291-294, 297-298, 339-340, 361, 395, 398, 405, 412, 420, 434-440, 442-444, 446, 460, 463-464, 469-472, 474-479, 483, 485-489, 491, 493, 495-498, 501, 503-504, 509, 511-512

  • Awtuw         268, 276

  • Ayta Abellen         501

  • Babuyan see Ibatan

  • Badeng 174, 445, 447

  • Bahasa Indonesia (also Indonesian)         139, 179

  • Bahasa Melayu         39, 41

  • Bahau Kayan         162, 172-174, 447-449, 451, 463

  • Bakumpai         451

  • Balinese         182, 208, 443, 452-454, 480

  • Balingian         451

  • Baluan(-Pam) see Paluai

  • Balui Kayan 180

  • Balui Liko Kayan         172-174, 446-449, 451, 463

  • Banggai         481

  • Bantu         184, 208, 276

  • Banyadu-Bekati         146

  • Bare'e         250

  • Bario Kelabit         447, 450

  • Barito         445-452, 454, 456, 460

  • Barngarla         513, 515, 518

  • Barrier Islands languages         443, 452, 455, 457-459, 488

  • Barrier Islands-Batak         457

  • Baruga         398, 400-401

  • Basap         445, 447-449, 451

  • Bashiic (also Batanic)         437, 461

  • Batak         443-444, 452, 455, 457

  • Batanic (also Bashiic)         438, 464-470, 473, 480, 488, 491-504

  • Batu Putih 447, 451

  • Bauro         439

  • Begak         450

  • Bekati         450-452

  • Beketan         156, 446-447, 449, 451-452

  • Bentian         446, 448

  • Benuaq         445-449, 451

  • Benyadu         449-452, 460

  • Berawan         26-27, 143, 175, 503 [End Page 519]

  • Berawan-Lower Baram         144, 446-447, 488

  • Biak         102, 120-121

  • Bidayuh         22, 40, 146, 179, 210-224

  • Bidayuh subgroup         145-146

  • Bidayuh-Southern Land Dayak         146

  • Bikol         464-469, 480, 493-494

  • Bilic (also South Mindanao)         461, 464-467, 470-471, 480

  • Bina         411

  • Binandere         398-400

  • Binanderean         395-414

  • Bintulu         40, 156, 450, 454

  • Binukid         466-468, 471

  • Bipi         242

  • Bisaya Limbang         446

  • Blaan         471

  • Blagar         74

  • Bolinao         468

  • Bonggi         452

  • Bontok         465-469

  • Bornean group         438

  • Botolan Sambal         471, 501

  • Brunei Dusun         446, 450

  • Buang subgroup         406

  • Budai Rukai         297

  • Buginese (also Bugis)         250, 269, 444, 474, 481

  • Buin         271-275, 277

  • Bukawa         398-399, 406, 409-410, 412

  • Buket         446-449, 451

  • Bulungan         452

  • Bulusu         448

  • Bunaq (also Bunak)         74-88, 259, 433-434

  • Bungku-Tolaki         473

  • Bunun         1-21, 90-122, 279, 293, 295

  • Burusu         446, 449-450

  • Busang         162, 172-174, 176-179, 445-447, 449, 451, 463

  • Bwatoo         348, 363

  • Cantonese         49, 71, 210-211, 216, 218, 222

  • Cariban         140, 209

  • Casiguran Dumagat         465-469

  • Cayuga         498

  • Cebuano         464-469

  • Celebic         435, 444, 456, 472-479, 481, 488

  • Celtic         517

  • Cèmuhî         348, 363

  • Central Bontok         110, 119

  • Central Luzon         461, 464-471, 500-501

  • Central Malayo-Polynesian         248-249, 254, 435, 437, 444, 478

  • Central Philippines         461

  • Central-East Alor subgroup         261

  • Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian         248, 437-439, 442-443, 450, 476-478, 480, 483

  • Cham         180, 504

  • Chamic         144, 180, 435, 438, 452, 489, 502

  • Chamorro         11, 19, 435-436, 438, 444, 475-477, 479, 481, 483, 486, 488-489, 494

  • Chinese         23, 27, 29, 35, 210, 216, 218,         222, 225, 279, 285, 356, 361

  • Chukchi         140

  • Chukotko-Kamchatkan         140

  • Chuukese         342, 349, 353, 361

  • Coastal Binanderean         398, 400

  • Cordilleran (also Northern Luzon)         110,         461

  • Cree         513, 515, 518

  • Dalat         446, 451-452

  • Danaw         461

  • Danish         517

  • Data...

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ISSN
1527-9421
Print ISSN
0029-8115
Pages
pp. 519-527
Launched on MUSE
2017-11-18
Open Access
No
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