Auteur : Enrique Palancar

Notes sur le logogramme T0042/1G8 de l’écriture maya

AMERINDIA 43: 291-322, 2021 Jean-Michel HOPPANSeDyL (Laboratoire Structure et Dynamique des Langues), CNRSAlexandre SOLCÀChercheur indépendant Abstract: Sign n° 42 in 1962 J. Eric S. Thompson’s « Catalog of Maya Hieroglyphs »(classified as grapheme 1G8 in 2003/2009 Martha J. Macri’s « New Catalog of

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Las clases verbales de la lengua sáliba

AMERINDIA 43: 211-247, 2021 Hortensia ESTRADA RAMÍREZInstituto Caro y CuervoJorge Emilio ROSÉS LABRADAUniversity of Alberta Abstract: Based on new first-hand fieldwork data and on prior descriptions of the language, this article proposes an in-depth analysis of inflectional verb classes in

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Plural coding of individuated inanimate nouns in Meseño Cora

AMERINDIA 43: 145-176, 2021 Verónica VÁZQUEZ SOTOSeminario de Lenguas Indígenas, Instituto de Investigaciones Filológicas, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México Abstract: Meseño Cora, a linguistic variant of Cora, a Southern Uto-Aztecan language of the Corachol branch spoken in Mexico, shows a

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Tikuna, a ten-toneme language in Amazonia

AMERINDIA 43: 55-101, 2021 Denis BERTETDDL (Laboratoire Dynamique Du Langage – CNRS–Université Lumière-Lyon 2) Abstract: Tikuna (isolate, western Amazonia) has been known since the 1950s to be one of Amazonia’s richest tone languages. However, no agreement has been reached yet

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Guahiboan negation: ascription and existence

AMERINDIA 43: 1-26, 2021 Johan van der AUWERAUniversité d’Anvers, BelgiqueOlga KRASNOUKHOVAUniversité de Leyde, Pays-Bas Abstract: The Guahiboan languages show interesting variation in the expression of standard, ascriptive, existential and prohibitive negation. We aim to account for some of the variation

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