5 edition of Yir-Yoront lexicon found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -795) and index.
|Statement||by Barry Alpher.|
|Series||Trends in linguistics., 6|
|LC Classifications||PL7101.Y57 A45 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 795 p. :|
|Number of Pages||795|
|LC Control Number||91032572|
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Are you an author. Author: Barry Alpher. Yir-Yoront was a Paman language spoken in Yir-Yoront lexicon book settlements, Kowanyama and Pormpuraaw on the southwestern part of the Cape York Peninsula, Queensland in Australia, by the Yir-Yoront only 15 speakers remained, with the rest of the Yir-Yoront people speaking English or even Kuuk Thaayorre as many speakers of Yir-Yoront apparently are using Kuuk Thaayorre in daily ts: Yirr-Thutjim (Yir-Yoront), Yirrk-Thangalkl (Yirrk.
Yir-Yoront Lexicon Sketch and Dictionary of an Australian Language. Series:Trends in Linguistics. Documentation Book Book Series. Frontmatter Pages I-XII. Get Access to Full Text.
Introduction. Yir-Yoront-to-English dictionary. A-L. Pages Get Access to Full Text. Language. Yir-Yoront belongs to the Pama-Maric group of the Pama-Nyungan language family. Etymologically their language and the ethnonym derived from it are composed of yirrq (speech) and l roots for Yorronthave been proposed, one suggesting it is derived from yorr(l) (thus, like this), this-style denominations for tribal languages being not infrequent in Australia.
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