Linguistic Articles

“A phonetic study of the Sui consonants and tones.” (2002): 20.


—. “Rhetorical Devices and Discourse Comprehension: A study in discourse prominence.” (2007): 9.

Abraham, Werner. “Characteristics of spoken vernaculars: parsing strategies? The case of German.” Characteristics of spoken vernaculars (2002): 1-33.

Adelaar, Alexander. “Malayo-Sumbawan.” Oceanic Linguistics 44.2 (2005): 357-388.

—. “Review: Papers in Austronesian subgrouping and dialectology.” Oceanic Linguistics 47.1 (2008): 240-246.

—. “THE AUSTRONESIAN LANGUAGES OF ASIA AND MADAGASCAR: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE.” The Austronesian languages of South East Asia and Madagascar (2005): 1-41.

—. “The Austronesian languages of Taiwan, with special reference to Siraya.” (2005).

Ahland, Colleen. “Asymmetry in the Interlectal Intelligibility of Gurage Lects: Can implicational patterns explain and predict this phenomenon? .” manuscript (2004).

Ahland, Michael. “Language Death in Mesmes: A Sociolinguistic and Historical-Comparative Examination of a Disappearing Ethio-Semitic Language .” manuscript (2003).

Alam, Firoj, Murtoza Habib and Mumit Khan. “ACOUSTIC ANALYSIS OF BANGLA CONSONANTS.” Paper presented at International Workshop on Spoken Languages Technologies for Under-resourced languages (SLTU) at Hanoi University of Technology, Hanoi, Vietnam, May 5 -May 7, 2008 (2008): 6.

Alboiu, Gabriela. “Operator Asymmetries in Romanian: Syntax and/or Phonology.” (2004).

Alieva, Natalia F. “Malay and Cham Possession Compared.” Oceanic Linguistics 31.1 (1992): 13-21.

Allauzen, Cyril, Mehryar Mohri and Michael Riley. “Statistical Modeling for Unit Selection in Speech Synthesis.” (2007).

Allen, Janet. “Kankaneay adjuncts.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 2.1 (1978): 82-102.

—. “The limiting glottal infix in Kankanaey.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 2.1 (1978): 573-76.

Allen, Lawrence P. “Reduplication and cyclical rule ordering in Kankanaey morphophonemics.” Philippine Journal of Linguistics 1.2 (1977): 280-295.

Allen, W S. “Reviewed work(s): The Proto-Malayo-Polynesian Laryngeals by Isidore Dyen.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 17.1 (1955): 191.

Allison, E J. “The phonology of Sibutu Sama: A language of the southern Philippines.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 3.2 (1979): 63-104.

Altmann, Heidi and Bariş Kabak. “The use of prosodic information for disambiguation by German children: An esperimentl investigation.” (2002).

Anceaux, J C. “Austronedian Lingusitics and Intra-Subgroup Comparison.” Lingua 14 (1965): 309-314.

Anderbeck, Karl. “An Initial Reconstruction of Proto-Lampungic: Phonology and Basic Vocabulary.” Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 16 (2007): 41-165.

—. “Initial reconstruction of Proto-Lampungic.” manuscript (2006).

—. Malay Dialects of the Batanghari River Basin. 2008.

Anderson, Victoria and Yuko Otsuka. “The Phonetics and Phonology of “Denitive Accent” in Tongan.” Oceanic Linguistics 45.1 (2006): 21-42.

Angulo, Jaime de. “The Development of Affixes in a Group of Monosyllabic Languages of Oaxaca.” Language 2.1 (1926): 46-61.

Anttila, Arto. “GRADIENT PHONOTACTICS AND THE COMPLEXITY HYPOTHESIS.” Natural Language and Linguistic Theory (2008): 36.

Arcenas, Erika. “Drop of flap in Kalagan.” manuscript (2004): 26.

Aschi. “Eisenberg_Trochäus.” (2006).

Büring, Daniel. “Negative Inversion.” (2007).

Baart, Joan LG. “Contrastive Tone in Kalam Kohistani.” Linguistic Discovery 2.2 (2004): 1-20.

BAKER, BRETT. “The Domain of Phonological Processes.” Proceedings of the 2004 Conference of the Australian Linguistics Society (2005).

Baklanova, Ekaterina. “Morphological Assimilation of Borrowings in Tagalog .” Paper presented at Tenth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. 17 – ­20  January 2006. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. (2006).

Ball, Douglas. “On Ergativity and Accusativity in Proto-Polynesian and Proto-Central Pacic.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.1 (2007): 128-153.

Bansalaw, Tuangimang. “Sangiré (or Sangil) Katoang sagullang / The cobra.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 2.2 (1978): 145-151.

Barnes, Jonathan. “The phonetic roots of phonological typology: Final syllable vowels .” MIT Speech Communication Group (2003): 10.

Bauer, Anna. “Phonology II: phonological processes.” (2006).

Bay, Fife Bay Subdistrict Office Milne. “Organised Phonology Data Suau Language [SWP].” (2004): 5.

Bayer, Josef. “DATIVE PERTINACITY.” Workshop on Pertinacity Freudental, 11-14 July 2002 (2002).

Bean, Robert Bennett. “Types of Negritos in the Philippine Islands.” American Anthropologist 12.2 (1910): 220-236.

Belder, Marijke De. “Kinds and units in the Dutch DP.” (2008): 14.

Bellwood, Peter, James J Fox and darrell tryon. The Austronesians Historical and comparative perspectives. 2006.

Bengtson, John D. “The “Greater Austric” Hypothesis.” (2007): 7.

Bennett, J Fraser. “Reanalyzing Thai Glottal Codas: Probability, perception, and displaced contrast .” (2005): 24.

Berent, I, et al. “What we know about what we have never heard: Evidence from perceptual illusions.” Cognition (2007).

Berg, René van den. “An Unusual Passive in Western Oceanic: The Case of Vitu.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.1 (2000): 54-70.

BERTRÁN, ANTONIO PAMIES. “Prosodic Typology: On the Dichotomy between Stress-Timed and Syllable-Timed Languages.” Language Design 2 (1999): 103-130.

Beym, Richard. “Porteño /s/ AND [h] [ȟ] [s] [x] [ø] AS VARIANTS.” Lingua 12 (1963): 6.

Billings, Loren A and Abigail Konopasky. “The role of morphology in ordering verb-adjacent clitics: from syntax to prosody in Bulgarian and Tagalog.” Linguistics in Potsdam 19 (2002): 1-26.

Billings, Loren A and Daniel Kaufman. “Towards a Typology of Austronesian Pronominal Clisis.” Austronesian Formal Linguistics Association XI (2004) XI (2004): 2.

Billings, Loren A. “The relative order of personal pronouns across Greater Central Philippine: Light-first and disformation .” (2008): 2.

Bird, Steven and E Klein. “Phonological analysis in typed feature systems.” Computational Linguistics 20.3 (1994): 455-491.

Bittner, Dagmar. “Zur Historie der nominalen -er-Bildungen. Ist die Suffixidentität sprachwandlerischer Zufall?” (2004): 23.

Black, Cheryl A. “A step-by-step introduction to the Government and Binding theory of syntax.” (2007).

Black, H Andrew. “TonePars: A Computational Tool for Exploring Autosegmental Tonology.” SIL Electronic Working Papers (1997): 31.

Blake, Frank R. “A Bibliography of the Philippine Languages. Part I .” Journal of the American Oriental Society 40 (1920): 25-70.

—. “Review: The RGH Law in Philippine Languages.” American Anthropologist 13.3 (1911): 472-473.


—. “NIGER-SAHARAN: ADDITIONAL GLOSSES .” Paper presented at the VIIIth Nilo-Saharan Conference in Hamburg, 22-25th August, 2001 (2004): 20.

—. “Stratification in the peopling of China: how far does the linguistic evidence match genetics and archaeology?” (2004): 26.

Blevins, Juliette. “A Long Lost Sister of Proto-Austronesian? Proto-Ongan, Mother of Jarawa and Onge of the Andaman Islands.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.1 (2007): 45.

Blevins, Juliette and SHELDON P HARRISON. “Trimoraic Feet in Gilbertese.” Oceanic Linguistics 38.2 (1999): 203-230.

Blevins, Juliette. “Phonetic explanation without compromise The evolution of Mussau syncope.” Diachronica 25.1 (2008): 1-19.

—. “The Mystery of Austronesian Final Consonant Loss.” Oceanic Linguistics 43.1 (2004): 208-213.

—. “The Role of Phonological Predictability in Sound Change: Privileged Reduction in Oceanic Reduplicated Substrings.” Oceanic Linguistics 44.2 (2005): 517-526.

Bloomfield, Leonard. “A Note on Sound-Change.” Language 4.2 (1928): 99-100.

—. “On the Sound-System of Central Algonquian.” Language 1.4 (1925): 130-156.

—. “Reviewed Work(s): Die L-, R- und D-Laute in austronesischen Sprachen.” Language 3.3 (1927): 199.

Blundell, David, et al. “Austronesian Digital Language & Cultural Atlas of Orchid Island (Taiwan) and Relationship with the Batanes Archipelago of the Philippines.” ISLANDS of the WORLD VIII International Conference “Changing Islands – Changing Worlds” 1-7 November 2004, Kinmen Island (Quemoy), Taiwan (2005): 2.

Blust, Robert A. “*t to k: An Austronesian Sound Change Revisited.” Oceanic Linguistics 43.2 (2004): 365-410.

—. “Òma Lóng Historical Phonology.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.1 (2007): 1-53.

—. “A Note on Monosyllabic Roots in Kavalan.” Oceanic Linguistics 42.1 (2003): 239-243.

—. “An Overlooked Feature of Malay Historical Phonology.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 45.2 (1982): 284-299.

—. “Anomalous Liquid : Sibilant Correspondences in Western Austronesian .” Oceanic Linguistics 45.1 (2006): 210-216.

—. “Austronesian Culture History: Some Linguistic Inferences and Their Relations to the Archaeological Record.” World Archaeology 8.1 (1976): 19-43.

—. “Austronesian Etymologies: III.” Oceanic Linguistics 25.1 (1986): 1-123.

—. “Austronesian Etymologies: IV.” Oceanic Linguistics 28.2 (1989): 111-180.

—. “Austronesian Nasal Substitution: A Survey.” Oceanic Linguistics 43.1 (2004): 73-148.

—. “Austronesian Nasal Substitution: A Survey.” Oceanic Linguistics 43.1 (2004): 73-148.

—. “Central and Central-Eastern Malayo-Polynesian.” Oceanic Linguistics 32.2 (1993): 241-293.

—. “Chamorro Historical Phonology.” Oceanic Linguistics 39.1 (2000): 83-122.

—. “Complex Sound Changes.” (2008): 1.

—. “Dempwolff’s Reduplicated Monosyllables.” Oceanic Linguistics 15.1 (1976): 107-130.

—. “Is there a Bima-Sumba Subgroup?” Oceanic Linguistics 47.1 (2008): 45-113.

—. “Linguistic Evidence for Some Early Austronesian Taboos.” American Anthropologist 83.2 (1981): 285-319.

—. “Linguistic Macrohistory of Philippines.” Current issues in Philippine linguistics and anthropology: Parangal kay Lawrence A. Reid (2008): 31-68.

—. “Liver and Lungs: A Semantic Dyad in Austronesian Languages.” Oceanic Linguistics 44.2 (2005): 537-543.

—. “Low Vowel Dissimilation in Ere.” Oceanic Linguistics 35.1 (1996): 96-112.

—. “Low Vowel Dissimilation in Oceanic Languages: An Addendum.” Oceanic Linguistics 35.2 (1996): 305-309.

—. “Malayo-Polynesian: New Stones in the Wall.” Oceanic Linguistics 40.1 (2001): 151-155.

—. “Must sound change be linguistically motivated?” Diachronica 22.2 (2005): 219-269.

—. “Nasals and Nasalization in Borneo.” Oceanic Linguistics 36.1 (1997): 149-179.

—. “Note on PAN *qa(R) (CtT)a ‘Outsiders, Alien People’ .” Oceanic Linguistics 11.2 (1972): 166-171.

—. “Notes on Berawan Consonant Gemination.” Oceanic Linguistics 34.1 (1995): 123-138.

—. “NOTES ON PAZEH PHONOLOGY AND MORPHOLOGY.” Oceanic Linguistics 38.2 (1999): 321-365.

—. “Proto-Austronesian Syntax: The First Step.” Oceanic Linguistics 13.1 (1974): 1-15.

—. “Proto-Oceanic *mana Revisited.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.2 (2007): 404-423.

—. “Proto-Oceanic *mana Revisited.” Oceanic Linguistics 46.2 (2007): 404-423.

—. “Review: Current Trends in Linguistics, VIII: Linguistics in Oceania by Thomas A. Sebeok ; J. Donald Bowen ; Isidore Dyen ; George W. Grace ; Stephen A. Wurm ; Geoffrey N. O’Grady ; Alexandra Ramsay ; Lucia Hadd Zoercher.” Language 54.2 (1978): 467-480.

—. “Review: Pazih dictionary.” Oceanic Linguistics 42.2 (2000): 531-541.

—. “Review: Proto Oceanic and the Austronesian Languages of Western Melanesia by M. D. Ross.” Language 69.1 (1993): 186-192.

—. “Review: Proto-Austronesian by Otto Christian Dahl.” Language 52.1 (1976): 221-237.

—. “Review: Reconstruction of Proto-Tsouic Phonology by Shigeru Tsuchida.” Language 57.1 (1981): 205-211.

—. “Review: The Oceanic languages.” Oceanic Linguistics 44.2 (2005): 15.

—. “Rukai Stress Revisited.” Oceanic Linguistics 36.2 (1997): 398-403.

—. “Some Remarks on Stress, Syncope, and Gemination in Mussau.” Oceanic Linguistics 40.1 (2001): 8.

—. “The Greater Central Philippines Hypothesis.” Oceanic Linguistics 30.2 (1991): 73-129.

—. “The Linguistic Position of Sama-Bajaw.” Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 15 (2007): 73-114.

—. “The Origin of the Kelabit Voiced Aspirates: A Historical Hypothesis Revisited.” Oceanic Linguistics 45.2 (2006): 311-338.

—. “The Origins of Bintulu ɓ, ɗ.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 36.3 (1973): 603-620.

—. “The Phonestheme ŋ-in Austronesian Languages.” Oceanic Linguistics 42.1 (2003): 187-212.

—. “The Proto-Austronesian Word for ‘Two’: A Second Look.” Oceanic Linguistics 13.1 (1974): 123-161.

—. “Three Notes on Early Austronesian Morphology.” Oceanic Linguistics 42.2 (2003): 438-478.

Boersma, Paul. “A programme for bidirectional phonology and phonetics and their acquisition and evolution .” (2006).

Boersma, Paul and Silke Hamann. “Sibilant inventories in bidirectional phonology and phonetics.” Paper Presented at OCP 3, Budapest, January 17, 2006 (2006).

Boersma, Paul. “Prototypicality judgments as inverted perception.” (2005).


Booij, Geert, et al. “Morphology and Linguistic Typology.” On-line Proceedings of the Fourth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM4) Catania, 21-23 September 2003 (2003): 284.

—. “Proceedings of the Fifth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting.” On-line Proceedings of the Fifth Mediterranean Morphology Meeting (MMM5) Fréjus, 15-18 September 2005 (2007): 394.

Bosch, Beter, Graham Katz and Carla Umbach. “The Non-Subject Bias of German Demonstrative Pronouns.” (2006).

Bosch, Beter, Tom Rozario and Yufan Zhao. “Demonstrative Pronouns and Personal Pronouns. German der vs. er.” (2003).

Boutin, Michael E. “Bonggi Phonemics.” Sabah Museum Monograph 4 (1993): 3.

Bowden, John. “An Introduction to Oceanic linguistic prehistory.” Dhumbadji! 1.2 (1993): 15-27.

Brainard, Sherri and Ena Vander Molen. “Word order inverse in Obo Manobo.” Paper presented at Tenth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. 17 – ­20  January 2006. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. (2006): 1-59.

Brichoux, Robert and Felicia Brichoux. “A Sketchen of Ilianen Manobo Inflection.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 1.1 (1977): 166-171.

Bright, William. “Dravidian Metaphony.” Language 42.2 (1966): 311-322.

Broselow, Ellen, Su-I Chen and Marie Huffman. “Syllable weight : convergence of phonology and phonetics.” Phonology 14 (1997): 47-82.

Bucheli, Claudia and Elvira Glaser. “The Syntactic Atlas of Swiss German Dialects: empirical and methodological problems.” (2002).

BULLOCK, BARBARA E. “Double prosody and stress shift in Proto-Romance.” (2007).

Burkhardt, Jürgen M. “Long Terawan Rerawan phonology: Qusetions on dipthongs and syllabicity.” Paper presented at Tenth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. 17 – ­20  January 2006. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. (2006).

Burquest, Don A. “Phonological Analysis.” LinguaLinks (2003).

—. Phonological Analysis: A Functional Approach. 1998.

Burri, Gabriela and Denise Imstepf. “Kontrastive Grammatik Berndeutsch / Standarddeutsch Einige ausgewählte Aspekte.” (2002).

Burung, Willem. “THE PHONOLOGY OF WANO.” (2007): 101.

Cahill, Lynne and Gerald Gazdar. “inflectional phonology of German adjectives det and pronouns.” (2007).

Cardona, George. “Bracketing and Lexical Phonology in Romanian Stress.” (2004).

Cena, R M. “Double representations for some loan words in Tagalog.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 3.1 (1979): 125-137.

Chafe, Wallace and John Justeson. “Floyd Glenn Lounsbury.” Language 75.3 (1999): 563-566 .

Chang, Kun. “A Comparative Study of the Yao Tone System.” Language 42.2 (1966): 303-310.

Charles, Mathew. “Problems in the Reconstruction of Proto-Philippine Phonology and the Subgrouping of the Philippine Languages.” Oceanic Linguistics 13.1 (1974): 457-509.

Chrétien, C Douglas. “Review: Hanunóo-English Vocabulary by Harold C. Conklin.” Language 32.2 (1956): 395-400.

—. “The Statistical Structure of the Proto-Austronesian Morph.” Lingua (1965): 243-270.

Cinque, Guglielmo. “THE FUNDAMENTAL LEFT-RIGHT ASYMMETRY OF NATURAL LANGUAGES.” Universals of Language Today (2008): 15.

—. “THE STATUS OF “MOBILE” SUFFIXES.” manuscript (2000).

Clark, Ross. “Review: Ura: A disappearing language of southern Vanuatu.” Oceanic Linguistics 40.1 (2001): 186-189.

Clynes, Adrian. “On the Proto-Austronesian “Diphthongs”.” Oceanic Linguistics 36.2 (1997): 347-361.

—. “Rejoinder: Occam and the Proto-Austronesian “Diphthongs”.” Oceanic Linguistics 38.2 (1999): 404-408.


Cohn, Abigail C and John J McCarthy. “Alignment and Parallelism in Indonesian Phonology.” Working Papers of the Cornell Phonetics Laboratory 12 (1998): 53–137.

Cohn, Abigail C. “Phonological Structure and Phonetic Duration: The Role of the Mora.” Working Papers of the Cornell Phonetics Laboratory 15 (2003): 69-100.

—. “Truncation in Indonesian: Evidence for Violable Minimal Words and AnchorRight.” PROCEEDINGS-NELS (2004).

Conant, Carlos Everett. “‘F’ and ‘V’ in Philippine languages.” (1908): 135-141.

—. “Grammatical Notes on the Isinai Language (Philippines).” Journal of the American Oriental Society 35 (1915): 289-292.

—. “Indonesian ‘l’ in Philippine languages.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 36 (1917): 181-196.

—. “Monosyllabic roots in Pampanga.” The Journal of the American Oriental Society 31.4 (1911): 389-394.

—. “Notes on the Phonology of the Palau Language.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 35 (1915): 1-15.

—. “Notes on the Phonology of the Tirurai Language.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 33 (1913): 150-157.

—. “Notes on the Phonology of the Tirurai Language.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 33 (1913): 150-157.

—. “The pepet law in Philippine languages.” Anthropos 7 (1912): 920-947.

—. “The RGH Law in Philippine Languages.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 31.1 (1911): 70-85.

—. “The RGH law of Philippine languages.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 30.1 (1910): 70-85.

Cowan, H K J. “Evidence of Long Vowels in Early Achehnese.” Oceanic Linguistics 13.1 (1974): 187-212.

Crosswhite, Katherine. “The Acoustics of Consonants – Test.” (2007).

Cser, András. “Phonological models of sonority.” (2000): 18.

Cysouw, Michael. “Minimal/Augmented in the Philippines- an Areal and Genetic Survey.” (2003).


Dahl, Eystein. “The Vedic Injunctive: Indo-European Inheritance or Structural Borrowing?” Abstract (2007).

Dalrymple, Mary, Tracy Holloway King and Louisa Sadler. “Indeterminacy by Underspecification.” (2008): 2.

Daniel, Gya and Roger Blench. “Phonology of the Rigwe Language.” (2008): 31.

Dart, Sarah N. “Articulatory and Acoustic Properties of Apical and Laminal Articulations.” Working Papers in Phonetics Department of Linguistics, UCLA (1991): 164.

Davis, S. “New Light on Linear A.” Greece & Rome 6.1 (1959): 20-30.

—. “Some Ideograms in Linear A and Linear B.” Classical Philology 55.2 (1960): 114-115.

Demers, Richard, Fernando Escalante and Eloise Jelinek. “Prominence in Yaqui Words.” International Journal of American Linguistics 65.1 (1999): 40-55.

Dempwolff, Otto. Vergleichende Lautlehre des Austronesische Wortschatzes: Induktiver Aufbau einer indonesischen Ursprache. Vol. 1/3. 1934.

Denton, Jeannette Marshall. “An Ovierview of Early Germanic *r.” Abstract (2002): 1.

Derwing, Bruce L and Grace E Wiebe. “Syllable, mora or Segment? Evidence from Global Sound Similarity Judgements in Japanese.” (2007): 9.

—. “Syllable, Mora or Segment? Evidence from global sound similarity judgements in Japanese.” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics (1994): 9.

Dios, Maria Isabelita O Riego de. “A pilot study on the dialects of Philippine Creole Spanish.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 2.1 (1978): 77-81.

Dizon, Lino L and Jean-Christophe Gaillard. “Une étude du concept «d’île linguistique» : le cas de la langue Kapampangan.” (2001): 12.

Donohue, Mark and Charles E Grimes. “Yet More on the Position of the Languages of Eastern Indonesia and East Timor.” Oceanic Linguistics 47.1 (2008): 115-158.

Donohue, Mark. “Coronals and Velars: Support for Blust.” Oceanic Linguistics 45.1 (2006): 229-241.

Donohue, Mark, Søren Wichmann and Mihai Albu. “Typology, Areality, and Diffusion.” Oceanic Linguistics 47.1 (2008): 223-232.

Dooley, Robert A. “Explorations in Discourse Topicality.” SIL Electronic Working Papers (2007): 1-166.

Downey, Michael P. “Survey methods and their insights into the acceptability of literature among related varieties.” Studies in Philippine Linguistics 6.2 (1986): 94-180.

Dresher, B Elan and Aditi Lahiri. “The Germanic Foot Metrical coherence in Old english.” (2007).


—. “The contrastive hierarchy in phonology.” Toronto Working Papers in Linguistics 20 (2003): 47-62.

Dunstan, A C. “Review: Nominal Compounds in Germanic.” The Modern Language Review 34.4 (1939): 623-624.

Dyen , Isidore. “[The Frontiers of “Burma”]: Comment.” Comparative Studies in Society and History (1960): 69-73.

—. “Dempwolff’s *R.” Language 29 (1953): 359-366.

—. “Formosan Evidence for Some New Proto-Austronesian Phonemes.” Lingua 14 (1965): 285-305.

—. “Lexicostatistically Determined Borrowing and Taboo.” Language 39.1 (1963): 60-66.

—. “Proto-Malayo-Polynesian *Z.” Language 27.4 (1951): 534-540.

—. “Some Evidence Favoring the Central Hypothesis.” Studies in Philippine Languages and Cultures 15 (2007): 1-12.

—. “Some Evidence Favoring the Central Hypothesis.” Paper presented at Tenth International Conference on Austronesian Linguistics. 17 – ­20  January 2006. Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines. (2006).

—. “Some New Proto-Malayopolynesian Initial Phonemes.” Journal of the American Oriental Society (1962): 214-215.

—. “Some New Proto-Malayopolynesian Initial Phonemes.” Journal of the American Oriental Society 82.2 (1962): 214-215.

—. “Some Notes on the Proto-Austronesian Words for ‘Water’.” Oceanic Linguistics 44.5 (2005): 1-11.

—. “The Lexicostatistical Classification of the Malayopolynesian Languages.” Language 38.1 (1962): 38-46.

—. “The Malayo-Polynesian Word for ‘Two’.” Language 23.1 (1947): 50-55.

—. “The Ngaju-Dayak ‘Old Speech Stratum’.” Language 32.1 (1956): 83-87.

—. “The Tagalog Reflexes of Malayo-Polynesian D.” Language 23.3 (1947): 227-238.

Dyen, Isidore. “Why Phonetic Change Is Regular.” Language 39.4 (1963): 631-637.

Eaton, Helen, Daniel Hunziker and Elisabeth Hunziker. “A Sandawe Dialect Survey.” SIL Electronic Survey Report (2007): 1-71.

Ed., Ian Maddieson. “Volume 96.” Working Papers in Phonetics Department of Linguistics, UCLA (1998): 180.

Edgerton, Franklin. “Some Linguistic Notes on the MĪMĀSĀ System.” Language 4.3 (1928): 171-177.

Editor. “Notes and Personalia.” Language 2.1 (1926): 62-63.

Edmondson, Jerold A and David B.Solnit. Comparative Kadai The Tai Branch. 1997.

Egerod, Soren. “Word Order and Word Classes in Atayal.” Language 42.2 (1966): 346-369.

Eisner, Jason. “Review: Optimality Theory by René Kager.” Computational Linguistics 26.2 (2000): 286-290.


Elfner, Emily. “Contrastive Syllabification in Blackfoot.” (2006).

Elías-Ulloa, José. “Variable Syllable Weight and Quantity-Insensitive Allomorphy in Shipibo.” (2004): 14.

Elkins, Richard E. “A Proto-Manobo Word List.” Oceanic Linguistics 13.1 (1974): 601-641.

—. “Partial loss of contrast between a and e in western Bukidnon Manobo.” Lingua 12 (1983): 205-210.

EMENEA, M B. “Bloomfield and Pānini.” Language 64.4 (1988): 755-760.

Enfield, N.J. “AREAL LINGUISTICS AND MAINLAND SOUTHEAST ASIA.” Annual Review of Anthropology 34.1 (2005): 181-206.

Espinosa, Aurelio M. “Syllabic Consonants in New Mexican Spanish.” Language 1.4 (1925): 109-118.

Evans, Bethwyn and Malcolm Ross. “The History of Proto-Oceanic *ma-.” Oceanic Linguistics 40.2 (2001): 269-290.

Everett, Daniel L. “Coherent Fieldwork.” Piet van Sterkenberg, ed. 2004. Linguistics Today – Facing a Greater Challenge (2004): 141-162.

—. “Cultural Constraints on Grammar and Cognition in Pirahã.” Current Anthorpology 46.4 (2005): 621-646.

—. “CULTURAL CONSTRAINTS ON GRAMMAR IN PIRAHÃ: A Reply to Nevins, Pesetsky, and Rodrigues (2007).” (2007).

—. “Documenting Languages: The View from the Brazilian Amazon.” (2003): 17.

—. “Everett, Cultural Constraints on Pirahã Grammar.” Current Anthorpology 46.4 (2005).

—. “Iambic Feet in Paumari and the Theory of Foot Structure.” (2003): 22.

—. “Linguistic Fieldwork: A Student Guide.” (2008): 515.

—. “PERIPHRASTIC PRONOUNS IN WARI’.” International Journal of American Linguistics (2005): 25.

—. “Theoretical Implications of Post-lexical Structure Preservation in Suyá.” (2003): 11.

Fang-kuei, Li. “Some Old Chinese Loan Words in The Tai Languages.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 8.3/4 (1945): 333-342.

Féry, Caroline and Ruben van de Vijver. “Introduction to: The Syllable in Optimality Theory.” The Syllable in Optimality Theory (2003): 3-19.

Féry, Caroline. “German Foot and Word Stress in OT.” Tromsø University Working Papers on Language and Linguistics 24 (1996): 63-96.

Finney, Joseph C. “Diachronic Syntax of Proto-Polynesian.” (2007): 2.

Fisher, Humphrey J. “Reviewed Work(s): Afrikareisende im neunzehnten Jahrhundert: zur Sozialgeschichte des Reisens by Cornelia Essner .” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 53.2 (1990): 394-395.

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