3 edition of The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Oceanic languages.|
|Statement||with an introduction. By the Rev. D. Macdonald ...|
|LC Classifications||PL6231 .M2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 212 p.|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||01011108|
Fundamental» All languages» Languages by family» Austronesian» Malayo-Polynesian» Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian» Eastern Malayo-Polynesian» Oceanic Articles on this topic in other Wikimedia projects can be found at: Wikimedia Commons Category Oceanic languagesCommon ancestor: Proto-Oceanic. The genetic origin of the Sámi people is complex and difficult to trace. Their beginnings are closely linked with the origin of the Finns. Both groups speak a Finno-Ugric language that causes them to be singled out among their Indo-European neighbors and associated historically with each other. A suggestion has been made that Swahili is an old language. The earliest known document recounting the past situation on the East African coast written in the 2nd century AD (in Greek language by anonymous author at Alexandria in Egypt and it is called the Periplus of Erythrean Sea) says that merchants visiting the East African coast at that time from Southern Arabia, used to speak with the.
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The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages: etymological dictionary of the language of Efate (New Hebrides) ; by Macdonald, D.
(Daniel), Thk Personal Pronouns and Numerals. — For these see two papers in the Journal of the Polynesiom Society ^ on ". The Asiatic Origin of the Oceanic Personal Pronouns" and ** Oceanic Numerals" respectively. The Verb. — The Semitic verb had two bases, the one that of the perfect, being the " concrete " or participial.
Get this from a library. The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages: etymological dictionary of the language of Efate (New Hebrides). [D Macdonald]. While Dr. Lanyon-Orgill is rightly critical of such work as MacDonald's or Churchill's, he admits similar methods of procedure himself.
His choice of authorities is frequently very unhappy. When a problem of such wide ramification as “The Origin of the Oceanic Languages” is under discussion.
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This new volume of the Language Family Series presents an overview of the Oceanic subgroup of the Austronesian languages, spread across a region embracing eastern Indonesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, and Micronesia.
It provides sufficient phonological and grammatical data to give typologists and The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages book a good idea of the nature of these languages, and of how much typological variety Reviews: 1.
Afro-Asiatic languages, languages of common origin found in the northern The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages book of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and some islands and adjacent areas in Western Asia. About Afro-Asiatic languages are spoken today by a total of approximately million people.
Numbers of speakers per language. The Oceanic languages were first shown to be a language family by Sidney Herbert Ray in and, besides Malayo-Polynesian, they are the only established large branch of Austronesian languages.
Grammatically, they have been strongly influenced by the Papuan languages of northern New Guinea, Geographic distribution: Oceania, (Melanesia. 73 rows The Austronesian languages are widespread throughout Maritime Southeast Asia, including. Scanned Books from Archaeological Survey of India collection Digitized at Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts (IGNCA) These are current books available on ASI site.
Oceanic languages, widespread, highly varied, and controversial language group of the Austronesian language family. Spoken on the islands of Oceania from New Guinea to Hawaii to Easter Island, certain of these languages share so little basic vocabulary that some scholars The Asiatic origin of the Oceanic Languages book to classify them i.
polynesian and oceanic elements in the chimu and inca languages. BY F. CHRISTIAN, B.A. IN support of Professor (now Doctor) Macmillan Brown's confidently offered theory on an Oceanic influence reaching the north Peruvian coast, I give below a dozen striking words out of a small Chimu vocabulary which Dr.
Middendorf has rescued from oblivion. The Afro-Asiatic Language Family. Written records of Egyptian and Semitic (both Afro-Asiatic languages) date back at least four thousand years, giving the Afro-Asiatic language family the longest history of any known language group (Atlas, p).
This rich history gives this language family a. Asia - Asia - Ethnic groups: The two primary prehistoric centres from which migrations of modern human populations over the continent took place were Southwest Asia and a region comprising the Mongolian plateaus and North China.
From prehistoric to historic times, possibly beginning as early as 60, years ago, movements from Southwest Asia continued toward Europe and into Central Asia. Afroasiatic has 5 branches -- Kushitic, Egyptian, Berber, Chadic, and Semitic. 2 All these branches, except Semitic, are found only in Africa.
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Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and in older sources as Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic) or Semito-Hamitic, is a large language family of about languages that are spoken predominantly in West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the phic distribution: Malta, Horn of Africa.
The main difference between languages in the same family, branch, or group is how A recently in time the languages were once the same B closely the speakers of each language live to each other C similar the cultures of the speakers of each language are D All of these E A & C.
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My libraryMissing: Oceanic Languages. Asiatic definition is - asian. How to use Asiatic in a sentence. asian vs. asiatic. The Afro-Asiatic Dominion is older than the Vedic Age ( BC) and much order than the Axial Age. These peoples maintained settlements at sheltered high places (tamana or kar) near water sources.
These settlements became the Sun Cities of the ancient world. At the center of these royal cities were the temple, the palace, housing for Author: Alice C. Linsley. The Prehistory of Oceanic Languages: A Current View — correlation between lexical and g rammatical conservatism and a much lesser correlation between lexical and phonolo gical conservatism.
The Semitic and Other Afroasiatic Languages. Some of the oldest attested languages in the world, from the oldest civilizations, are in the family of the Afroasiatic languages. The oldest in the group is Ancient Egyptian, which is known from one of the earliest writing systems, the other other languages here that are attested from ancient times are in the Semitic sub-family.
In both areas, references to the ocean and seafaring figure prominently with lyrics from East Africa. In the Gujarati port city of Diu—where in a chronicler estimated that up to 6 percent of the population was Siddi—many Swahili words are found in the languages spoken today by the men and women of African descent.
back to top. Preface --Abbreviations --List of illustrations --Chapter 1: The Oceanic languages --Chapter 2: Sociolinguistic background --Chapter 3: Typological overview --Chapter 4: Proto Oceanic --Chapter 5: Internal subgrouping --The grammar sketches --Listing of Oceanic languages, by subgroup --References --Index to Chapters Series Title.
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Book Description. The Oceanic Languages form a closed subgroup within one of the world’s largest language families, Austronesian. There are between and Austronesian languages (estimates vary), with so much structural diversity that they are best handled in two volumes, one on the Oceanic and one on the non-Oceanic Austronesian languages.
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