Re: Yitzik and Basilius met in Kiev
|From:||James W. <emindahken@...>|
|Date:||Thursday, March 1, 2007, 14:05|
On Thu, 1 Mar 2007 07:53:48 -0600, "James W." <emindahken@...>
Actually, that's not Kash, is it? It would help if I'd read the whole
> On Thu, 1 Mar 2007 02:21:37 -0500, "Roger Mills" <rfmilly@...> said:
> > My
> > experience devising a wordlist for research in Indonesia helped-- it was
> > categorized by Numbers/Quantifiers--the Household--Body part--Kin
> > terms--Nature---then mixed lists of Verbs--Adjectives and finally
> > Pronouns/Sentential adverbs. Having that in the back of my mind really
> > helped; also the fact that the derivation systems of Kash and Indonesian
> > are
> > rather similar. That wordlist BTW is available online--
> > http://cinduworld.tripod.com/wordlist.txt
(thanks to BP Jonsson for
> > html-izing it!!) and might be helpful to others. It happens also to
> > contain
> > all the words of the 200-word Swadesh list, though they aren't marked
> > (they
> > were in the original).
> Thanks for this list! I'm going to run a Perl script to strip the Kash
> and use it to build my a:seka`eni vocab.
> James W.