Hinton, Bryan D. 2000

Hinton, Bryan D. 2000. The languages of Wetar: recent survey results and word lists with notes on Tugun grammar. In Charles E. Grimes (ed.), Spices from the east: papers in languages of eastern Indonesia, 105-130. Canberra: Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Australian National University. (Im Ethnologue erscheinen Tukang Besi North bzw. Tukang Besi South je als eigene Sprachen. Deswegen der Index [1].)

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  note       = {Im Ethnologue erscheinen Tukang Besi North bzw. Tukang Besi South je als eigene Sprachen. Deswegen der Index [1].},
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