Source – Index Literature

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Ajamiseba 1983 Ajamiseba, Danielo C. (1983) A classical Malay text grammar: insights into a non-western text tradition (Pacific linguistics: Series D 56). Canberra, A.C.T., Australia: Dept. of Linguistics, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian Natl. Univ. Materials in languages of Indonesia ; 21 Details
Ajello 1997 Ajello, Roberto. (1997) Armenian. In Giacalone Ramat & Paulo Ramat (eds.), The Indo-European Languages, 197-227. London: Routledge. Details
AK Kloekhorst, Alwin. Etymological Dictionary of the Hittite Inherited Lexicon. http://dictionaries.brillonline.com Details
Akamine 2003 Akamine, Jun. (2003) A Basic Grammar of Southern Sinama (ELPR A3-012). Osaka Gakuin University, Japan: Endangered Languages of the Pacific Rim, Faculty of Informatics. Details
Akamine 2003 (Tausug) Akamine, Jun. (2003) Tausug Sentence List. In Takumi Ikeda (ed.), Basic materials on minority languages in East and Southeast Asia (Endangered Languages of the Pacific Rim Publications Series A3-004), 43-144. Osaka: ELPR. Details
Akamine 2005 Akamine, Jun. (2005) Sama (Bajau). In Alexander Adelaar & Nikolaus Himmelmann (eds.), The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar (Routledge Language Family Series), 377-396. London & New York: Routledge. Details
Åkerberg (2012) Åkerberg, Bengt 2012. Älvdalsk grammatik. Ävldalen: Ulum Dalska. Details
Akerejola 2005 Akerejola, Ernest Somimola. (2005) A text-based lexicogrammatical description of Òkó: a systemic functional approach. Macquarie University doctoral dissertation. Details
Akhmetova 2010 Akhmetova, Aijan. (2010) Kazakh language: Grammar, texts, vocabulary [Kazakh-English dictionary]. S.L. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Details
Aki and Pennington 2013 Aki, Mambu & Ryan Pennington. (2013) Tentative Grammar Description for the Amam Language. Ms. Details
Akiba 1978 Akiba, Katsue. (1978) A historical study of Old Japanese syntax. University of California at Los Angelese doctoral dissertation. Details
Akrawy 1982 Akrawy, F. R. (1982) Standard Kurdish grammar. London: Selbstverl. Details
Akumbu and Asonganyi 2010 Akumbu, Pius W. & Esther P. Asonganyi. (2010) Language in contact: the case of the Fulɓe dialect of Kejom (Babanki). African Study Monographs 31(4). 173-187. Details
Akumbu and Chibaka 2012 Akumbu, Pius W. & Evelyn Fogwe Chibaka. (2012) A Pedagogic Grammar of Babanki - a Grassfields Language of Northwest Cameroon (Grammatical Analyses of African Languages 42). Cologne: Köppe. Details
Alamin 2012 Alamin, Suzan. (2012) An Initial Syntactic Analysis of Asheron (A Nuba Mountain Language). Saarbrücken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. Details
Alamin Mubarak 2009 Alamin Mubarak, Suzan. (2009) Tima Word Structure (Noun and Verb). University of Khartoum doctoral dissertation. Details
Al-Azraqi 1998 Al-Azraqi, M. (1998) Aspects of the syntax of the dialect of Abha (South-West Saudi Arabia). University of Durham doctoral dissertation. Details
Al-Bahri 2014 Al-Bahri, Khaled Waleed. (2014) A grammar of Hadari Arabic: A contrastive-typological perspective. University of Sussex doctoral dissertation. Details
Albanisch-Deutsch Buchholz, Oda, Fiedler, Wilfried, Uhlisch, Gerda (1981). Wörterbuch Albanisch-Deutsch. 2nd ed. Leipzig: VEB Verlag Enzyklopädie. Details
Alderete and Blenkiron 2014 Alderete, John & Amber Blenkiron. (2014) Tahltan grammar synopsis. Ms. Details
Aldridge (2002) Aldridge, E. (2002). Nominalization and WH-movement in Seediq and Tagalog. Language and Linguistics 3.2:393-426. Details
Alekseev 1994 (Budukh) Alekseev, M. E. (1994) Budukh. In Rieks Smeets (ed.), North East Caucasian Languages Part 2 (The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus 4), 259-297. Delmar, NY: Caravan Books. Details
Alekseev 1994 (Rutul) Alekseev, M. E. (1994) Rutul. In Rieks Smeets (ed.), North East Caucasian Languages Part 2 (The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus 4), 213-258. Delmar, NY: Caravan Books. Details
Alekseev and Radžabov 2004 Alekseev, M. E. & R. N. Radžabov. (2004) Tsez. In Michael Job (ed.), The North East Caucasian Languages: part 1 (The Indigenous Languages of the Caucasus 3), 115-168. Ann Arbor: Caravan Books. Anatolian and Caucasian studies Details
Alemgena 2018 Alemgena, Belete. (2018) Documentation and Grammatical Description of Kara. Addis Ababa University doctoral dissertation. Details
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