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Opgenort, Jean Robert (2004), A grammar of Wambule. Brill’s Tibetan studies library : 5, Languages of the greater Himalayan region. Brill. Download
Author Jean Robert Opgenort
Year2004
TitleA grammar of Wambule
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BibKey: Opgenort:2004
Entry typeBook
PublisherBrill
AdressLeiden
SeriesBrill’s Tibetan studies library : 5, Languages of the greater Himalayan region
LanguagesWambule
KeywordsKiranti, Grammar
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   author = {Opgenort, Jean Robert},
   year = {2004},
   title = {A grammar of Wambule},
   publisher = {Brill},
   address = {Leiden},
   series = {Brill’s Tibetan studies library : 5, Languages of the greater Himalayan region},
   file = {private:Wme/Wme_Opgenort_2004.pdf},
   language = {Wambule},
   keywords = {Kiranti, Grammar},
   abstract = {The book A Grammar of Wambule is the revised and enlarged version of the doctoral dissertation The W?mbule Language. The book consists of ten chapters and five annexes with sixteen analysed texts (including a 52-page long sacred text of the oral tradition chanted by wedding negotiators), a Wambule-English-Nepali and English-Wambule lexicon, verbal paradigms and an overview of the first material published on the language; an exhaustive reference work for Wambule/Tibeto-Burman linguistics, language typology, linguistic theory and Wambule society and culture, and as such indispensable for any linguistic and anthropological library.This book was sponsored by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Niels Stensen Stichting and the International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS).},
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Abstract

The book A Grammar of Wambule is the revised and enlarged version of the doctoral dissertation The W?mbule Language. The book consists of ten chapters and five annexes with sixteen analysed texts (including a 52-page long sacred text of the oral tradition chanted by wedding negotiators), a Wambule-English-Nepali and English-Wambule lexicon, verbal paradigms and an overview of the first material published on the language; an exhaustive reference work for Wambule/Tibeto-Burman linguistics, language typology, linguistic theory and Wambule society and culture, and as such indispensable for any linguistic and anthropological library.This book was sponsored by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), the Niels Stensen Stichting and the International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS).
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