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ERIC Number: ED351858
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1992
Pages: 10
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Nouns in Tutelo.
Oliverio, Giulia R. M.
Tutelo is a Siouan language that was once spoken in Virginia and the Carolinas. Before it died out, a few scholars collected enough data on the language to elicit the main features and characteristics of the language. This paper looks at the noun in Tutelo. Specific focus is on the shape of the root, the marking of gender and number, the expression of possession, the process of making a noun into a verb, and the place of the noun within the sentence. (JL)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
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Language: English
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Identifiers: Sioux (Tribe); Tutelo
Note: In: Linn, Mary Sarah, Ed. and Oliverio, Giulia, R. M., Ed. Kansas Working Papers in Linguistics, Volume 17, Numbers 1 and 2; see FL 020 603.