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Title: De la conjugaison dans les langues de la famille maya-quichée
Written By: H. de Charencey
Series Title: LINCOM Americana

The author gives an overview on verbal conjugation of various languages of the
Mayan-Quiche family. He provides information on intransitive and transitive
conjugations focusing on indicative, imperative, future, subjunctive, participle,
gerunde, supine, etc. The study investigates the following languages: Quiché,
Cakgi, Pokome, Mam, Tzendale, Huastec, Zotzil, Maya, Cakchiquel, Zutuhil,
Quelen, etc.

(re-edition; originally published 1885, Louvain; written in French).

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Language Documentation
Native American languages
Language Family(ies): Quichean
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9783862881079
Pages: 134
Prices: Europe EURO 57.80