1. Structuring sensory imagery: ideophones across languages and cultures
  2. Solveiga Armoskaite, Päivi Koskinen
  3. pp. 149-153
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  1. Lexicography in-your-face: The active semantics of Pastaza Quichua ideophones
  2. Janis B. Nuckolls, Tod D. Swanson, Diana Shelton, Alexander Rice, Sarah Hatton
  3. pp. 154-172
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  1. “So it’s got three meanings dil dil:” Seductive ideophony and the sounds of Navajo poetry
  2. Anthony K. Webster
  3. pp. 173-195
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  1. Basque ideophones from a typological perspective
  2. Iraide Ibarretxe-Antuñano
  3. pp. 196-220
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  1. Munda mimetic reduplication
  2. Jacob B. Phillips, K. David Harrison
  3. pp. 221-242
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  1. L-syntax and phono-symbolism: on the status of ideophones in complex predicates*
  2. Ludovico Franco
  3. pp. 243-279
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  1. Serial nouns in Finnish
  2. Solveiga Armoskaite, Päivi Koskinen
  3. pp. 280-313
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  1. The linguistic integration of Japanese ideophones and its typological implications
  2. Kimi Akita
  3. pp. 314-334
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  1. Note from the Editor
  2. Elizabeth Cowper
  3. pp. 335-336
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  1. Note de la rédactrice
  2. Elizabeth Cowper
  3. pp. 337-338
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