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- From Ojibwa to Dakota: Toward a Typology of Semantic Transformations in American Indian Languages
- Emmanuel Désveaux, Michel De Fornel
- Anthropological Linguistics, Vol. 51, No. 2 (SUMMER 2009), pp. 95-129
- Subjects: American Indian Studies, Linguistics
- Key terms: ojibwa, language, object, person, obviative, transitive, sapir, grammatical, semantic, algonquian, stative, agent, prefix, subject, inverse, patient, pronoun, linguistic, animate, hierarchy, copresence, intransitive, pronominal, system, passive
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