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The sentence in Wik-Munkan
Barbara J. Sayers
by Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University in Canberra
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 183-185.
|Statement||by Barbara J. Sayers.|
|LC Classifications||PL7101.W5 S4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 185, 13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||77355875|
Wik Mungkan ETHNONYMS: Munggan, Wik, Wikmunkan Orientation Identification. In early ethnographies of the area, "Wik Mungkan" has been used both for the particular language and for the "tribe" nominally speaking it. In fact, dialect names throughout this region are commonly prefixed by a term meaning "language" (i.e., "Wik-") together with a lexical item that typifies the particular dialect. transitive sentence has a different case inflection (accusative). Nominative-ergative languages differ in having a single case inflec tion (nominative) for the subject of an intransitive and object of a transitive sentence, and a different case (ergative) for the subject of a transitive sentence (Hockett ). The diagram shows theAuthor: J. Hudson, B. Sayers.
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Wik-Mungkan, or Wik-Mungknh, is a Paman language spoken on the northern part of Cape York Peninsula of Queensland, Australia, by around 1, Wik-Mungkan people, and related peoples including the Wikalkan, Wik-Ngathana, Wikngenchera language groups.
Wik Mungkan is healthier than most other languages on the peninsula, and is developing and absorbing other Aboriginal languages very ge family: Pama–Nyungan, PamanNorth.
In this case Wik-Mungkan means ‘those who say mungkan to mean eating.’ The English language has adopted at least one Wik-Mungkan term ‘taipan’ as a term for a venomous snake.
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Language. Wik Mungkan is a form of Paman which is a subset of the broader Pama-Nyungan language family, and closely related to Kugu Nganhcara. Wik means "speech" It is spoken around Aurunkun and the Edward ly among Wik language speakers, where speech styles are defined in terms of some distinctive lexical feature, those whose mother tongue is Wik Mungkan use "eating" as a.
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GUGU-YALANJI AND WIK-MUNKAN LANGUAGE STUDIES. Occasional Papers in Aboriginal Studies Number TwoAuthor: William James Oates, Lynette Frances Oates, Hank Hershberger.Selected bibliography of material on the Githabul language and people held in the AIATSIS Library Harland Kerr - Comparison of Anyula base pronouns with Burera, Maung and Wik- Munkan; Elfreda MacDonald - Notes on the noun classes of Anyula Harland B.
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