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Grammar notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana

James Williams

Grammar notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana

by James Williams

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Published by Verlag der Internationalen Zeitschrift "Anthropos" in St. Gabriel-Mödling .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby the Reverend James Williams.
SeriesAnthropos. Bibliothèque linguistique : Collection internationale de monographies linguistiques = -- linguistische Bibliothek : Internationale Sammlung linguistischer Monographien -- Tome 8, Anthropos -- Tome 8.
The Physical Object
Pagination413p. ;
Number of Pages413
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17342413M

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Grammar, notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana. Gabriel-Mödling near Vienna, Austria, "Anthropos", (OCoLC) Online version: Williams, James, Grammar, notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana.

Gabriel-Mödling near Vienna, Austria, "Anthropos", (OCoLC. Full title: Grammar, notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana / by the Reverend James Williams: Main author: Williams, J, Antiquarian & Rare Language.

Curated by Marijana Dworski Books. arrow_forward Search collections. Grammar Notes and Vocabulary of the Language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana.

(Macusi or Macushi WILLIAMS, The Reverend James. Swahili Grammar and Vocabulary. BURT, Mrs F. Chips from a German Workshop. Volume IV. This book contains: Voabulary of 82 Nouns and Numerals in the four Indian Languages of British Guiana (Arawaak, Accaway, Garibisce, Warow).

The above appears as Notices of the Indians settled in the Interior of British Guiana, in the " Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of Cited by: 1. The above appears as Notices of the Indians settled in the Interior of British Guiana, in the " Journal of the Bôyal Geographical Society of London" Vol.

II,p. The above mentioned Vocabulary appears also in Dalton's History (No. 24 in this List), and also in R. Montgomery Martin's History of the West Indies, Vol. 4 Letter with signatures approving grant to Revd James Williams, 17 Apr.

(autogr.), f. 3 (tipped-in); see his Grammar, notes and vocabulary of the language of the Makuchi Indians of Guiana, Anthropos linguistische Bibliotek, Band 8, ; see also /4/ below. the warau indians of guiana 'Ka-nona-tu kokotika nona-ia1, our Creator created all: ' Waba-moanna senarea takitaiť, to judge the dead: 'Tamaha tida hihi nisha-te-ra'.wilt thou* take this woman?Cited by: 1.

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