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  • Index of Languages in Volume 57

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 352

  • Aborlan Tagbanwa 64

  • Abui 56, 189–190

  • Abun 218–219

  • Adang 179, 186, 189

  • Aghu Tharrnggala 3, 5, 20, 23–24, 29

  • Agusan Manobo 83

  • Agutaynen 65, 81, 93, 96, 98, 351, 354

  • Äiwoo 31–61

  • Ajië 254

  • Aklanon 63–64, 68–69, 76–77, 80, 84, 87, 90, 93, 95, 223–224, 229, 233, 235, 238–244, 247, 351, 354

  • Alamblak 258

  • Alaya-Athima 2–3, 23–24, 27

  • Algonquian 176, 258

  • Alorese 177–197

  • Alor-Pantar 56, 61, 177–179, 181–182, 189–198

  • Alune 182

  • Amabi 363, 379–380, 382

  • Amanatun 363, 365, 392

  • Amanuban 363, 365, 384, 392

  • Amarasi (see also Kotos Amarasi, Ro'is Amarasi) 390, 408

  • Ambai 125

  • Ambel 199–219

  • Amfo'an 365, 377, 389, 392

  • Amis 223, 232, 352

  • Ancient Greek 17

  • Anglo-Saxon 98

  • Anguthimri 5, 28

  • Apma 144–170

  • Appalachian English 499

  • Arabana-Wangakangurru 29

  • Arabic 87–88, 90

  • Aramaic 503

  • Arandic 14, 29

  • Archi 258

  • Aro 254

  • Arosi 126, 130, 141

  • Arta 64

  • As 219

  • Ata 229

  • Ata Manobo 85, 99

  • Atayal 232, 265, 271, 273–288

  • Atayalic 232, 234, 265, 270–271, 287

  • Australian languages 22–23, 28–29, 259

  • Austroasiatic 353

  • Austronesian 63–65, 70, 72, 74, 77, 80, 92, 97–100, 121, 124–125, 127, 130, 141, 177, 179, 181–183, 192–193, 195–199, 217, 219–222, 230, 234, 246–247, 249, 262, 272, 282–283, 286, 288–289, 302, 333–334, 336–337, 339–343, 348–350, 352–360, 365–366, 396, 398, 403, 407–409, 481–482, 484, 498

  • Ayapathu 3

  • Ayta Abellen 222, 225–231, 233–237, 239–244, 247

  • Ayta Ambala 235

  • Ayta Bataan 235

  • Ayta Mag-Antsi 64, 68–69, 93–94, 96, 100, 227–230, 235–236

  • Ayta Mag-Indi 64, 235

  • Ba'a 361–404

  • Bahasa Indonesia 100–101, 103, 113, 121

  • Bahasa Malaysia 101

  • Baikeno 365

  • Banggai 350–351

  • Bantu 258

  • Barain 504, 508–509

  • Barasano 258

  • Bare'e 350–351, 353

  • Bashiic see Batanic

  • Bata 219

  • Batad Ifugao 68, 76, 90–91, 93, 97, 350

  • Batak 64

  • Batangan 64 [End Page 518]

  • Batanic 64, 72–75, 81–83, 89, 98, 100, 224, 229, 246–247, 516

  • Batuley 182

  • Baumata 363, 381

  • Begak 261

  • Besemah 500

  • Biak 220

  • Bidayuh 499

  • Biga 219

  • Bikol 67–70, 72, 76–77, 84, 87–88, 93, 95, 99, 223, 229, 350–352

  • Bikol languages 64

  • Bilaan 65, 68–69, 93, 96

  • Bilbaa 362–404

  • Bilbaa-Bokai 376

  • Bilic 64–65

  • Bima-Sumba 102, 108, 121

  • Binukid 68–69, 76–77, 90, 93, 96, 98, 229, 351

  • Bislama 148, 349

  • Blagar 179

  • Bokai 362–404

  • Bola 62

  • Bolinao 64, 228, 235

  • Bonggi 261

  • Bontoc 68–69, 76–77, 93, 96

  • Botolan 64, 85

  • Botolan Sambal 63, 89, 93, 97, 227, 235

  • Boumaa Fijian 60, 412, 431

  • Brittonic 403

  • Brunei Dusun 261

  • Brunei Malay 88, 98–99

  • Bughotu (also Bugotu) 126, 128, 142

  • Bughotu-Gela-Guadalcanal 126

  • Buginese 350–351, 353

  • Buhid 63–64, 90, 93, 96

  • Bukar-Sadong Land Dayak 502

  • Bukidnon 233

  • Buli 352

  • Bulungan 261

  • Bunun 223, 232–233, 237, 246, 272–273, 287

  • Buru 182

  • Burushaski 258

  • Bwatoo 248, 252

  • Cagayano 68–69, 90, 93, 96

  • Capiznon 63–64, 68–69, 80, 87, 90, 93, 95

  • Casiguran Dumagat 68–69, 80–81, 83–84, 90, 93, 95, 99, 222, 351, 354, 516

  • Cebuano 64, 68–69, 76–77, 80, 84, 93, 95, 223–224, 228–229, 300, 351, 354, 516

  • Cèmuhî 248–249, 251–254

  • Central Luzon 64, 85, 99, 225, 227–229, 235–236, 246

  • Central Malayo-Polynesian 101–102, 107–108, 115–117, 177, 182–183, 192, 196, 223, 351

  • Central Philippines 64, 72, 89, 221, 223, 229, 235, 237, 290

  • Central Solomonic 124

  • Central Subanen 290

  • Chadic 509

  • Chamorro 182, 197

  • Changpin Amis 330

  • Chinantec languages 258

  • Chinese (see also Mandarin Chinese) 508

  • Chuj 115–116, 121

  • Coastal Lamalamic 26

  • Cordilleran 64–65, 72, 89

  • Cristobal-Malaitan 133

  • C'uli' Atayal 267

  • Cuyunon 63, 68–69...

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1527-9421
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0029-8115
Pages
pp. 518-526
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2018-12-12
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