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ERIC Number: ED282433
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1986-Sep
Pages: 301
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Kuku-Yalanji Dictionary. Work Papers of SIL-AAB, Series B, Volume 7.
Hershberger, Henry D., Comp.; Hershberger, Ruth, Comp.
The Kuku-Yalanji language is spoken by 500-600 Australian Aboriginal people on the coast of southeastern Cape York and inland to Chillagoe. The dictionary is of the northern dialects of Kuku-Nyungkul, the Rossville/Shipton's Flats dialect, Kuku-Yalanji, the China Camp/Daintree dialect, and Kuku-Jalunji, the Bloomfield dialect. It has three sections: Kuku-Yalanji to English, English to Kuku-Yalanji, and a brief introduction to the Kuku-Yalanji language, including notes on its phonology, morphology, grammar, and syntax. (MSE)
Publication Type: Reference Materials - Vocabularies/Classifications
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Summer Inst. of Linguistics, Darwin (Australia). Australian Aborigines Branch.
Identifiers: Kuku Yalanji