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Proulx, Paul (1982), Proto-Algonquian *k in Cheyenne. International Journal of American Linguistics 48(4):467-471.
Author Paul Proulx
Year1982
TitleProto-Algonquian *k in Cheyenne
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BibKey: Proulx:1982
Entry typeArticle
JournalInternational Journal of American Linguistics
Number4
Volume48
Pages467-471
Notepdf
LanguagesCheyenne, Proto_Algonquian
KeywordsProto, Algonquian
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@ARTICLE{Proulx:1982,
   author = {Proulx, Paul},
   year = {1982},
   title = {Proto-Algonquian *k in Cheyenne},
   journal = {International Journal of American Linguistics},
   number = {4},
   volume = {48},
   pages = {467-471},
   note = {pdf},
   language = {Cheyenne, Proto_Algonquian},
   keywords = {Proto, Algonquian},
   abstract = {In a recent note in IJAL, Leman (1980) has presented evidence that Ch n is one of the reflexes of PA *k, namely, twenty-two Cheyenne words with PA etymologies (and two Cheyenne-Ojibwa cognate sets). Alford (1979:table 2) gives some of these and three additional ones. Since n is not the regular reflex of PA *k in Cheyenne-and indeed is a most unusual one phonetically-it seems worthwhile to try to trace the development in some detail.},
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Abstract

In a recent note in IJAL, Leman (1980) has presented evidence that Ch n is one of the reflexes of PA *k, namely, twenty-two Cheyenne words with PA etymologies (and two Cheyenne-Ojibwa cognate sets). Alford (1979:table 2) gives some of these and three additional ones. Since n is not the regular reflex of PA *k in Cheyenne-and indeed is a most unusual one phonetically-it seems worthwhile to try to trace the development in some detail.
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