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ISO 639-3: xmz

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

Other known names and dialect names: Beneden-Tomori, East Mori, Karonsie, Karunsi'e, Korongsi, Lower Mori, Moiki, Mokole, Nahina, Nuha, Oost-Mori, Petasia, Sinongko, Soroako, Tinompo, Tioe, Tiu, Tomoiki, Towatoe, Watu

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Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 2.7 Resources for Mori Bawah. n.a. 2016. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. oai:glottolog.org:mori1268
  2. ONLINEPHOIBLE Online phonemic inventories for Mori Bawah. n.a. 2014. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:phoible.org:xmz
  3. When to use a genitive pronoun in Mori Bawah (Sulawesi, Indonesia). Mead, David. 2008. Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures. oai:sil.org:42065
  4. ONLINEPhonology and Morphology of Mori. Esser, Samuel J. 2011. SIL e-Books 27. oai:sil.org:43176

Other resources about the language

  1. The Austronesian languages of Asia and Madagascar. Adelaar, K. Alexander; Himmelmann, Nikolaus. 2005. Routledge language family series ; 7. oai:gial.edu:28288
  2. ONLINEUNHAS-SIL South Sulawesi sociolinguistic surveys 1983-1987. Friberg, Timothy (editor). 1987. Percetakan Universitas Cenderawasih. oai:sil.org:61302
  3. Studies in Sulawesi linguistics part V. Mead, David (editor). 1999. NUSA: Linguistic Studies of Indonesian and Other Languages in Indonesia. oai:sil.org:37723
  4. ONLINESociolinguistic survey: Mori and Padoe area (Kecamatan Nuha in South Sulawesi, Kecamatans Mori, Atas, Lembo and Petasia in Central Sulawesi). Karhunen, Marjo; Vuorinen, Paula. 1991. Workpapers in Indonesian Languages and Cultures. oai:sil.org:37728
  5. Active, passive and antipassive in Bungku-Tolaki languages. Mead, David. 1999. NUSA: Linguistic Studies of Indonesian and Other Languages in Indonesia. oai:sil.org:37754
  6. ONLINEUNHAS-SIL : more Sulawesi sociolinguistic surveys 1987-1991. Friberg, Timothy (editor). 1991. Summer Institute of Linguistics in cooperation with the Department of Education and Culture. oai:sil.org:61262
  7. ONLINEUNHAS-SIL sociolinguistic survey: Kabupatens Pinrang, Enrekang, Tana Toraja, Luwu and eastern part of Polewali Mamasa. Valkama, Kari. 1987. Workpapers in Indonesian Languages and Cultures. oai:sil.org:37373
  8. ONLINEWhen to use a genitive pronoun in Mori Bawah (Sulawesi, Indonesia). Mead, David. 2006. Linguistic Society of the Philippines and SIL International. oai:sil.org:2276
  9. ONLINEMori Bawah: a language of Indonesia. n.a. 2013. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:xmz

Other known names and dialect names: Beneden-Tomori, East Mori, Karonsie, Karunsi'e, Korongsi, Lower Mori, Moiki, Mokole, Nahina, Nuha, Oost-Mori, Petasia, Sinongko, Soroako, Tinompo, Tioe, Tiu, Tomoiki, Towatoe, Watu

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