Re: Amerindia [was: Re: Workshops Review #7]
|From:||Joseph Fatula <fatula3@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, February 6, 2003, 8:36|
From: "Eamon Graham" <robertg@...>
Subject: Re: Amerindia [was: Re: Workshops Review #7]
> Dirk Elzinga wrote:
> > It seems that there's at least three of us. Miapimoquitch is also anAmerind language, formerly spoken in the Four-Corners region.
> I think there's probably a lot of interest in such a group and
> Native American languages are certainly very inspiring (I have an
> "isolate language" that borrowed the Navajo fourth person). I would
> certainly find it interesting. I don't have any native American
> languages right now, but I have ideas for two that might come to
> fruition in the future.
What is the Navajo fourth person?
And if you guys form up an Amerind list, I'd join, not because I know
anything about those languages, but because I'd like to learn some.