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LINGUIST List 20.1656

Thu Apr 30 2009

Qs: Relational Nouns in Mesoamerican Languages

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        1.    Tania Granadillo, Relational Nouns in Mesoamerican Languages

Message 1: Relational Nouns in Mesoamerican Languages
Date: 29-Apr-2009
From: Tania Granadillo <tgranadillogmail.com>
Subject: Relational Nouns in Mesoamerican Languages
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Hello,

I'm trying to find a reference for a description of relational nouns in a
Mesoamerican language. Can anyone point me to a grammar or an article that
has a description of relational nouns? I'm trying to see whether this
applies to the language I'm working on, Kurripako (Arawak).

Any help appreciated!

Thanks!
Tania Granadillo
University of Western Ontario

Linguistic Field(s): Syntax
                            Typology

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