Z'graggen, Johannes A. 1980

Z'graggen, Johannes A. 1980. A comparative word list of the Mabuso languages, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea. (Pacific Linguistics: Series D, 32.) Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. xv+184+10pp. ((Pacific Linguistics D-32)).

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  address               = {Canberra},
  author                = {Z'graggen, Johannes A.},
  note                  = {(Pacific Linguistics D-32)},
  pages                 = {xv+184+10},
  publisher             = {Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University},
  series                = {Pacific Linguistics: Series D},
  title                 = {A comparative word list of the Mabuso languages, Madang Province, Papua New Guinea},
  volume                = {32},
  year                  = {1980},
  asjp_name             = {Nobonob, Mawan, Saruga, Bau, Gumalu, Wagi, Bagupi, Rapting, Silopi, Panim, Murupi, Baimak, Matepi, Samosa, Rempi, Isebe, Mosimo, Kein, Munit, Girawa, Sihan, Kare, Utu, Amele, Nake, Garus, Gal, Wamas},
  besttxt               = {ptxt\papua\zgraggen_mabuso1980.txt},
  cfn                   = {papua\zgraggen_mabuso1980.pdf},
  class_loc             = {PL6606},
  document_type         = {B},
  fn                    = {papua\zgraggen_mabuso1980.pdf, papua\zgraggen_mabuso1980_o.pdf, papua\zgraggen_mabuso1980pages.pdf},
  hhtype                = {overview;wordlist},
  inlg                  = {English [eng]},
  isbn                  = {9780858832336},
  lgcode                = {Kare = Kare [kmf], Girawa [bbr], Munit [mtc], Bemal = Kein [bmh], Sihan [snr], Gumalu [gmu], Isebe [igo], Amele [aey], Bau [bbd], Panim [pnr], Rapting ("The pronouns given for Rapting in Z'graggen (1980c: 166) are identical to those of Wamas in every detail. In all the rest of vocabulary, Rapting is like Garus in the North Hansemann subgroup, not Mosimo-Wamas in the Northwest subgroup. At first I thought of some kind of Island Carib scenario, but when I realized that they were not just very similar but identical across all 36 entries, and that Wamas immediately follows Rapting in Z'graggen's presentation order, clerical error on Z'graggen's part seems more likely. Unfortunately, I know of no other source for Rapting"), Wamas [wmc], Samosa [swm], Murupi [mqw], Saruga [sra], Nake [nbk], Mosimo [mqv], Garus [gyb], Yoidik [ydk], Rempi = Rempi [rmp], Bagupi [bpi], Silopi [xsp], Utu [utu], Mawan [mcz], Baimak [bmx], Matepi [mqe], Gal [gap], Garuh = Nobonob [gaw], Kamba = Wagi [fad]},
  macro_area            = {Papunesia},
  mpi_eva_library_shelf = {PL 6606 Z'G 1980},
  oclc                  = {8243260},
  shelf_location        = {PL 6606 Z'G 1980},
  src                   = {asjp2010, evobib, hh, mpieva},
  subject_headings      = {Mabuso languages-Glossaries, vocabularies, etc., Madang Province (Papua New Guinea)--Languages}
}

Document types

Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Kare
Girawa
Munit
Bemal
Sihan
Gumalu
Isebe
Amele
Bau
Panim
Rapting ("The pronouns given for Rapting in Z'graggen (1980c: 166) are identical to those of Wamas in every detail. In all the rest of vocabulary
    Rapting is like Garus in the North Hansemann subgroup
      not Mosimo-Wamas in the Northwest subgroup. At first I thought of some kind of Island Carib scenario
        but when I realized that they were not just very similar but identical across all 36 entries
          and that Wamas immediately follows Rapting in Z'graggen's presentation order
            clerical error on Z'graggen's part seems more likely. Unfortunately
              I know of no other source for Rapting")
                Wamas
                Samosa
                Murupi
                Saruga
                Nake
                Mosimo
                Garus
                Yoidik
                Rempi
                Bagupi
                Silopi
                Utu
                Mawan
                Baimak
                Matepi
                Gal
                Garuh
                Kamba