Kayanic comparative vocabularies

dc.content.language Ngorek
dc.content.language Mpraa
dc.content.language Kayan, Baram River
dc.content.language Kayan, Data Dian
dc.content.language Busang
dc.content.language Bahau Saq
dc.content.language Modang, Long Gelat
dc.content.language Gaai
dc.content.language Kelai
dc.content.language Modang, Wahau
dc.content.language Modang, Woq Helaq
dc.content.language English
dc.content.languagecode mxr
dc.content.languagecode puc
dc.content.languagecode kys
dc.content.languagecode xkn
dc.content.languagecode bfg
dc.content.languagecode bhv
dc.content.languagecode mdx
dc.content.languagecode sge
dc.content.languagecode eng
dc.contributor.depositor Smith, Alexander D.
dc.contributor.researcher Smith, Alexander D.
dc.contributor.speaker Tingang, Peter Ding
dc.contributor.speaker Faunaliwan, Ingan
dc.contributor.speaker Wan, Richard Lasa
dc.contributor.speaker Kornelius
dc.contributor.speaker Helaq
dc.contributor.speaker Devung, Simon
dc.contributor.speaker Gaq, Ismail
dc.contributor.speaker Anye, Herman
dc.contributor.speaker Yotam
dc.contributor.speaker Hibau
dc.contributor.speaker Dea
dc.coverage.iso3166 ID
dc.coverage.iso3166 MY
dc.date.accessioned 2022-04-18T20:11:46Z
dc.date.available 2022-04-18T20:11:46Z
dc.date.begin 2014-06-01
dc.date.finish 2018-06-04
dc.date.issued 2018-06-04
dc.description Comparative wordlist in .csv format. Ordered alphabetically by English. Transcription is phonetic, in an IPA-influenced Austronesian orthography. The only major difference from standard IPA is the use of ñ in place of IPA enya. Some languages use an orthography, explained in more detail in the read me. Words were elicited from speakers in one-on-one elicitation sessions. For words of plants and animals, pictures were used to elicit. Environments varied, Baram Kayan was elicited in Long San, Sarawak, Malaysia, Ngorek was elicited in Long Semiang, Sarawak, Malaysia, and other data were elicited in Samarinda, Indonesia.
dc.description.region Baram River, Sarawak, Malaysia; East and North Kalimantan, Indonesia; Data elicited in Long San, Sarawak Malaysia and Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia
dc.format csv file
dc.format text file
dc.format.extent 1178 rows
dc.identifier ADS2-001
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10125/81770
dc.language.iso mxr
dc.language.iso puc
dc.language.iso kys
dc.language.iso xkn
dc.language.iso bfg
dc.language.iso bhv
dc.language.iso mdx
dc.language.iso sge
dc.subject.language Ngorek
dc.subject.language Mpraa
dc.subject.language Kayan, Baram River
dc.subject.language Kayan, Data Dian
dc.subject.language Busang
dc.subject.language Bahau Saq
dc.subject.language Modang, Long Gelat
dc.subject.language Gaai
dc.subject.language Kelai
dc.subject.language Modang, Wahau
dc.subject.language Modang, Woq Helaq
dc.subject.languagecode mxr
dc.subject.languagecode puc
dc.subject.languagecode kys
dc.subject.languagecode xkn
dc.subject.languagecode bfg
dc.subject.languagecode bhv
dc.subject.languagecode mdx
dc.subject.languagecode sge
dc.title Kayanic comparative vocabularies
dc.type.dcmi Dataset
dc.type.dcmi Text
dc.type.linguistictype lexicon
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