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AB Allan R. Bomhard. Reconstructing Proto-Nostratic, Comparative Phonology, Morphology, and Vocabulary. Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online. Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. Brill. Brill Online. Details
Abaev (1964) Abaev, Vasilij Ivanovič & Hill, Steven P. (1964). A grammatical sketch of Ossetic. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Details
Abasheikh 1978 Abasheikh, Mohammad. (1978) The grammar of Chimwi:ni causatives. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign doctoral dissertation. Details
Abashidze (1980) Abashidze, Irakli V. (ed.). 1980. Georgian Soviet Encyclopedia. Tbilisi. Details
Abbas 2018 Abbas, Abeer. (2018) Selected Aspects of a Grammar of Farasani. Long Beach: California State University MA thesis. Details
Abbey 1899 Abbey, W. B. T. (1899) Manual of the Maru language. Rangoon: American Baptist Mission Press. Details
Abbi 2006 Abbi, Anvita. (2006) Endangered Languages of the Andaman Islands (LINCOM Studies in Asian Linguistics 64). München: Lincom. Details
Abbi 2012 Abbi, Anvita. (2012) The unique structure of the present Great Andamanese: An overview of the grammar. Indian Linguistics 72. 27-46. Details
Abbi 2013 Abbi, Anvita. (2013) A Grammar of the Great Andamanese Language: An Ethnolinguistic Study (Brill's Studies in South and Southwest Asian Languages). Leiden: Brill. Details
Abbink, Bryant and Bambu 2013 Abbink, Jon, Michael Bryant & Daniel Bambu. (2013) Suri Orature: Introduction to the Society, Language and Oral Culture of the Suri People (Southwest Ethiopia). Cologne: Köppe. Details
Abbott 1905 Abbott, Justin E. (1905) The Kātkari Language (A Preliminary Study.). Journal of Bombay Branch of Royal Anthropological Society Centenary Volume. 78-127. Details
Abbott 1991 Abbott, Miriam. (1991) Macushi. In Desmond C. Derbyshire & Geoffrey K. Pullum (eds.), Handbook of Amazonian Languages volume III, 23-160. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. Details
Abbott 2000 Abbott, Clifford. (2000) Oneida (Languages of the World/Materials 301). München: Lincom. Details
Abbott 2006 Abbott, Clifford. (2006) Oneida Teaching Grammar. Green Bay: University of Wisconsin. Details
Abboud 1964 Abboud, Peter Fouad. (1964) The syntax of Najdi Arabic. Austin: University of Texas at Austin doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdalla 2010 Abdalla, Maha Abdu El-Dawi. (2010) The Morphosyntactic Structure of the Zaghawa language in Sudan: the Wegi dialect. University of Khartoum doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdel-Hafiz 1988 Abdel-Hafiz, Ahmed Sokarno. (1988) A Reference Grammar of Kunuz Nubian. State University of New York at Buffalo doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdel-Massih 1979 Abdel-Massih, E. T. (1979) A Reference Grammar of Egyptian Arabic (A Comprehensive Study of Egyptian Arabic 3). Ann Arbor: Center for Near Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan. Details
Abdoulaye 1992 Abdoulaye, Mahamane L. (1992) Aspects of Hausa Morphosyntax in Role and Reference Grammar. State University of New York at Buffalo doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdulla Alfadly 2007 Abdulla Alfadly, Hassan Obeid. (2007) A Study On The Morphology Of Mehri Qishn Dialect In Yemen. Universiti Sains Malaysia doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdunnabi 2000 Abdunnabi, Awad Wanis. (2000) A descriptive grammar of Libyan Arabic: (A Structural Approach). University of Exeter doctoral dissertation. Details
Abdurehim 2014 Abdurehim, Esmael. (2014) The Lopnor dialect of Uyghur: A descriptive analysis. University of Helsinki doctoral dissertation. Details
Abebe 1994 Abebe, Alemayehu. (1994) Malo: An Unknown Ometo Language. In Harold G. Marcus (ed.), New Trends in Ethiopian Studies: Papers of the 12th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Michigan State university, 5-10 September 1994, 1065-1084. Lawrenceville, New Jersey: Red Sea Press. Details
Aberra 1994 Aberra, Daniel. (1994) Word Formation in Ari. In Harold G. Marcus (ed.), New Trends in Ethiopian Studies: Papers of the 12th International Conference of Ethiopian Studies, Michigan State university, 5-10 September 1994, 1209-1219. Lawrenceville, New Jersey: Red Sea Press. Details
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