A typological overview of the Seri language

Statement of Responsibility:
Marlett, Stephen A
Date:
2005
Part Of Series:
Linguistic Discovery 3(1)
Extent:
pages 54-73
Abstract:
This paper presents a concise overview of some typological characteristics of Seri, a language isolate spoken in northwestern Mexico.1 Glosses are given word by word only when indicated by precise alignment; otherwise they are given phrase by phrase.2 References to various more detailed descriptive works on Seri are not indicated in the text itself; one may consult the references at the end since the titles clearly indicate the content. The data are cited in the practical orthography (see §5 for details on the sounds).
Publication Status:
Published
Country:
Mexico
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Subject:
Typology
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Entry Number:
2127