Lingua Narragansett

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Lingua Narragansett[1] est exstincta lingua Algonquiana olim in usu in plurimo hodiernae Rhodensi Insula a populo Narragansett.[2] Arte cognata fuit ad alias Novae Angliae meridianae linguas Algonquianas, sicut Massachusett et Mohegan-Pequot. Primum linguae studium ad Rogerius Williams, conditore coloniae Rhodensis Insulae, in libro A Key into the Language of America (1643) factum est.

Conatus ad redintegrationem linguam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Secundum Frank Waabu O'Brien, qui linguam docuit pro Concilium Indum Aquidneck,"Narragansett per Novam Angliam intellegebatur."

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Adnotationes[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. William S. Simmons, "Narragansett," in Northeast, ed. Bruce G. Trigger, Handbook of North American Indians, ed. William C. Sturtevant (Vasingtoniae: Smithsonian Institution, 1978), 15:190.
  2. M. Paul Lewis, Ethnologue: Languages of the World, ed. 16a (Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 2009).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Aubin, George Francis. A Historical Phonology of Narragansett. Dissertatio, Universitas Brown University.
  • Aubin, George Francis. 1975. More on Narragansett Keesuckquand. International Journal of American Linguistics 41:239–240.
  • Aubin, George Francis. 1975. Narragansett Color Terms. In Papers of the 7th Algonquian Conference, ed. William Cowan, 105–114, Ottavae: Carleton University.
  • Aubin, George Francis. Quelques aspects du système consonantique du narragansett. 151–155 in Actes du 8e Congrès des Algonquinistes, 1976, William Cowan, ed., Ottawa: Carleton University.
  • Cowan, William. 1982. "General Treat's Vocabulary of Narragansett." In Papers of the Thirteenth Algonquian Conference. Ottawa: Carleton University.
  • Cowan, William. 1969. PA *a, *k and *t in Narragansett. International Journal of American Linguistics 35:28–33.
  • Cowan, William. 1973. Narragansett 126 Years After. International Journal of American Linguistics 39(1):7–13.
  • Hamp, Eric P. 1970. On Nasalization in Narragansett. International Journal of American Linguistics 36:58–59.
  • Mierle, Shelley. "Further Evidence Regarding the Intrusive Nasal in Narragansett." International Journal of American Linguistics 41 (1975):78–80.
  • Moondancer et Strong Woman. 2000. Indian Grammar Dictionary for N-Dialect: A Study of Roger Williams' A Key into the Language of America. Newport Rhodensis Insulae: Aquidneck Indian Council.
  • Moondancer et Strong Woman. 2001. Introduction to the Narragansett Language: A Study of Roger Williams' A Key into the Language of America. Newport Rhodensis Insulae: Aquidneck Indian Council.
  • The Narragansett Dawn. Commentarii varii de lingua Narragansett.
    • "Lesson Two in Narragansett Tongue." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (June 1935): 14-15.
    • "Lesson No. Three in Narragansett Tongue." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (July 1935): 10.
    • "The Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 4.” The Narragansett Dawn 1 (August 1935): 88-89.
    • "The Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 5." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (September 1935): 122-124.
    • "Narragansett Lesson No. 6." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (October 1935): 138-139.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lessons 7 and 8." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (December 1935): 185-187.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 9." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (January 1936): 204.
    • "Narragansett Tongue:- Lesson 10." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (February 1936): 232.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 11." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (March 1936): 259-260.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 12." The Narragansett Dawn 1 (April 1936): 287.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 13." The Narragansett Dawn 2 (May 1936): 5.
    • "Narragansett Tongue: Lesson 14." The Narragansett Dawn 2 (June 1936): 29.
    • "Narragansett Words." The Narragansett Dawn 2 (October 1936): 6.
  • Mashantucket Pequot Research Library, Pequot and Related Languages, A Bibliography

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