Lexeme – Details – *epʷ

Lexeme

Transcription
*epʷ
Script
IPA
Meaning
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Meaning Note
Grammatical Data
Note
PT *epʷ > PMATG *opʷ; *Top > PATG *opʷ > PTG *-oβ
PT *epʷ > PTpr *Dep; *deep

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Sources

Source
Moore, D. & Vilacy Galucio, A. (1994). Reconstruction of Proto-Tupari consonants and vowels. In Langdon, M. (eds.), Survey of California and Other Indian Languages, Report 8. 119-30, Columbus: Ohio State University.
[Moore & Galucio (1994)]
Location
133
Source
Rodrigues, A. D. I. & Cabral, A. S. A. C. (2012). Tupían. In Campbell, L. & Grondona, V. (eds.), The Indigenous Languages of South America: A Comprehensive Guide. 59-166, Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.
[Rodrigues & Cabral (2012)]
Location
502
Source
Meira, S. & Drude, S. (2013). Sobre a origem histórica dos "prefixos relacionais" das línguas Tupí-Guaraní. In Cadernos de Etnolingüística. Vol. 5, No. 1.
[Meira & Drude (2013)]
Location
14
Source
Galucio, A.V. & Nogueira, A.F. (2011). Comparative study of the Tupari branch of the Tupi family: contributions to understanding its historical development and internal classification. CONGRESSO DE IDIOMAS INDIGENAS DE LATINOAMÉRICA. Vol. 5. 2011.
[Galucio & Nogueira (2011)]
Location
12
Source
Corrêa-da-Silva, Beatriz Carretta. "O mundo a partir do léxico: Reconstruindo a realidade social Mawé-Awetí-Tupí-Guaraní." Revista Brasileira de Linguística Antropológica 5.2 (2013): 385-400.
[Corrêa-da-Silva (2013)]
Location
389
Source
Rodrigues, Aryon D. "Tupí." The Amazonian languages. CUP (1999): 107-122.
[Rodrigues (1999)]
Location
111

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