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oai:scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu:10125/81770

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Title:Kayanic comparative vocabularies
Bibliographic Citation:Smith, Alexander D., Smith, Alexander D., Tingang, Peter Ding, Faunaliwan, Ingan, Wan, Richard Lasa, Kornelius, Helaq, Devung, Simon, Gaq, Ismail, Anye, Herman, Yotam, Hibau, Dea; 2014-06-01; Comparative wordlist in .csv format. Ordered alphabetically by English. Transcription is phonetic, in an IPA-influenced Austronesian orthography. The only major difference from standard IPA is the use of ñ in place of IPA enya. Some languages use an orthography, explained in more detail in the read me. Words were elicited from speakers in one-on-one elicitation sessions. For words of plants and animals, pictures were used to elicit. Environments varied, Baram Kayan was elicited in Long San, Sarawak, Malaysia, Ngorek was elicited in Long Semiang, Sarawak, Malaysia, and other data were elicited in Samarinda, Indonesia.; csv file, text file; Kaipuleohone University of Hawai'i Digital Language Archive;http://hdl.handle.net/10125/81770.
Contributor (depositor):Smith, Alexander D.
Contributor (researcher):Smith, Alexander D.
Contributor (speaker):Tingang, Peter Ding
Faunaliwan, Ingan
Wan, Richard Lasa
Kornelius
Helaq
Devung, Simon
Gaq, Ismail
Anye, Herman
Yotam
Hibau
Dea
Coverage (ISO3166):ID
MY
Date (W3CDTF):2018-06-04
Description:Comparative wordlist in .csv format. Ordered alphabetically by English. Transcription is phonetic, in an IPA-influenced Austronesian orthography. The only major difference from standard IPA is the use of ñ in place of IPA enya. Some languages use an orthography, explained in more detail in the read me. Words were elicited from speakers in one-on-one elicitation sessions. For words of plants and animals, pictures were used to elicit. Environments varied, Baram Kayan was elicited in Long San, Sarawak, Malaysia, Ngorek was elicited in Long Semiang, Sarawak, Malaysia, and other data were elicited in Samarinda, Indonesia.
Region: Baram River, Sarawak, Malaysia; East and North Kalimantan, Indonesia; Data elicited in Long San, Sarawak Malaysia and Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
Format:csv file
text file
1178 rows
Identifier:ADS2-001
Identifier (URI):http://hdl.handle.net/10125/81770
Language:Murik (Malaysia)
Punan Merap
Baram Kayan
Kayan River Kayan
Busang Kayan
Bahau
Dizin
Segai
Language (ISO639):mxr
puc
kys
xkn
bfg
bhv
mdx
sge
Subject:Murik (Malaysia) language
Punan Merap language
Baram Kayan language
Kayan River Kayan language
Busang Kayan language
Bahau language
Dizin language
Segai language
Subject (ISO639):mxr
puc
kys
xkn
bfg
bhv
mdx
sge
Table Of Contents:ADS2-001-readme.txt
ADS2-001.csv
Type (DCMI):Dataset
Text
Type (OLAC):lexicon

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DateStamp:  2022-04-19
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Citation: Smith, Alexander D. (depositor); Smith, Alexander D. (researcher); Tingang, Peter Ding (speaker); Faunaliwan, Ingan (speaker); Wan, Richard Lasa (speaker); Kornelius (speaker); Helaq (speaker); Devung, Simon (speaker); Gaq, Ismail (speaker); Anye, Herman (speaker); Yotam (speaker); Hibau (speaker); Dea (speaker). 2018. Kaipuleohone.
Terms: area_Africa area_Asia country_ET country_ID country_MY dcmi_Dataset dcmi_Text iso639_bfg iso639_bhv iso639_kys iso639_mdx iso639_mxr iso639_puc iso639_sge iso639_xkn olac_lexicon

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Country: EthiopiaIndonesiaMalaysia
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