10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TUPIAN»
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Indigenous Languages of Central Amazoni: Muran Languages, ...
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The Ecology of Power: Culture, Place, and Personhood in the ...
(Fausto 2001: 456-463; Menget 1993b; Murphy and Murphy 1985: 104-106); that
is, an essential aspect of Tupian warfare is the transference of hostilities to
outsiders. This not only creates an external outlet for hostilities, but, according to
Michael Heckenberger, 2005
American Indian Languages
(109) Tupian [Tupfan stock] (see Map 22; see also Maps 14, 15, 16, 18, 20, and
21, nos. 335-80) See the classification list for Kaufman's (1994:71) classification.
Rodrigues (1986:39) lists additional Tupf- Guaranf languages of Brazil along with
Handbook Amazonian Languages
these prefixes are cognates not only of Tupian languages, but also of Cariban
languagesIn sum, the languages of the Tupian stock are of little help to us in
discovering the original cross-referencing system for Pre-Proto-Tupi'-Guarani'
Handbook of Amazonian Languages
... for the entire Tupf-Guaranf pro to language, we must not overlook the fact that
Aweti (a closely related Tupian language, though not Tupf-Guaranian) also has a
first person inclusive prefix ti- for transitive verbs (Monserrat 1976). It has a ...
Desmond C. Derbyshire, Geoffrey K. Pullum, 1998
Amazonian Linguistics: Studies in Lowland South American ...
The nucleus of macro-Tupian is the intersection of Gr's Equatorial and the groups
that JS links with Tupian, not including Kaweskar  and Matakoan . This
cluster is not very coherent and perhaps should be dismantled. Rodrigues, JS ...
Borders and Travellers in Early Modern Europe
So if the Tupian cannibal rite recapitulates at all points the Christian Eucharist,
Lery also contextualizes Tupi ritual violence by reference to the cruelties of
European tyrants, and so de-territorializes the cannibal from the Brazilian context.
O Brave New Words!: Native American Loanwords in Current English
TUPIAN While the Spanish were subduing Mexico, the Portuguese started to
colonize Brazil. Among the Indian groups living in that vast area were Carib and
Arawak peoples. But warlike and cannibalistic Tupian-speaking peoples
Multi-verb Constructions: A View from the Americas
Emérillon (tupí-guaraní, tupian) 11–2, 14, 21, 237, 241–2 English (germanic, indo
-european) 4, 29, 74, 86, 100, 120, 125, 208, 215, 229, 234, 245, 248–9, 303
Eskimo-Aleut family 11 Ewe (kwa) 3, 11, 21 German (germanic, indo-european) ...
Alexandra Y. Aikhenvald, Pieter Muysken, Joshua Birchall, 2010
Morphologies in Contact
Section 2 starts by presenting the contact history of Tupian and Cariban people
and puts forward hypotheses about the possible socio-historical contexts of the
specific borrowing under study. Sections 3 and 4 then examine the linguistic ...
Martine Vanhove, Thomas Stolz, Aina Urdze, 2012
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TUPIAN»
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is used in the context of the following news items.
Anti-government protests ahead of Pope's visit to South America
He has therefore agreed to recite the Our Father in Guaraní, the indigenous Tupian language of Paraguay, during Masses in the country. During his trip to ... «The Tablet, Jul 15»
How Do Brazilians Name Their Children?
But most of the time these names only had an improper gender, like Araci, usually given to women, which was the name of the Tupian sun god. Among the ... «Slate Magazine, Feb 15»
NSF and NEH support efforts to preserve languages threatened by …
... remaining isolated groups of Brazil to investigate the typological and historical relationships between Akuntsu and other languages of the vast Tupian family. «National Science Foundation, Sep 13»
Caring for families that lost their only child
Right now there are more than 1 million families who lost their only child in China. [Photo/tupian.hudong.com]. Due to China's One Child Policy adopted in 1979, ... «China.org.cn, Mar 13»