Yurok

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Yurok (yur)

Yurok (also: Weitspekan) is an almost extinct Ritwan language spoken in northern California at the mouth of the Klamath River. The name is Karuk and means "The people from downriver"
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The following materials are from: R. H. Robins The Yurok Language 1958

Verbal Paradigms


Morphological and Phonological Data
Paradigms
Morphemes
Morphology
Phonology
Meta Data
ISO-Code
yur (etlg, gllg, wals, wp)
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Yurok
Ritwan


wikipedia:Yurok language


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Literature
  • Blevins, Juliette (2001), The morphological status of Yurok pronominal prefixes.Ms., Universtiy of California, Berkeley Download
  • Blevins, Juliette (2003), Yurok Syllable Weight. International Journal of American Linguistics 69:4--24. Download
  • Blevins, Juliette (2003), The phonology of Yurok glottalized Sonorants: Segmental Fission under syllibification. International Journal of American Linguistics 69(4):371-396.
  • Blevins, Juliette (2003), One case of contrast evolution in the Yurik vowel system. International Journal of American Linguistics 69(2):135-150.
  • Blevins, Juliette (2005), Yurok verb classes. International Journal of American Linguistics 71(3):327-349. Download
  • Garrett, Andrew (2001), Reduplication And Infixiation In Yurok: Morphology, Semantics, and Diachrony. International Journal of American Linguistics 67(3):264--312. Download
  • Garrett, Andrew (2004), The evolution of Algic verbal stem structure: New evidence from Yurok. In: Ettlinger, Marc and Fleisher, Nicholas and Park-Doob, Mischa Proceedings of the Thirtieth Annual Meeting of the Berkeley Linguistics Society, February 13-16, 2004: Special Session on the Morphology of American Indian Languages.
  • Garrett, Andrew (2005), Preliminary Yurok dictionary. Univ. of California. Download
  • Robins, Robert Henry (1958), The Yurok Language. Berkeley: University of California Press. Download
  • Schulz, Patrick (2008), Yurok Verb Inflection.pdf
  • Trommer, Jochen (2007), Clitic-Agreement Doubling in Yurok. In: Trommer, Jochen and Opitz, Andreas, 1 2 Many: One-to-many relations in grammar: Institut f\ur Linguistik: Universit\at Leipzig, pp. 129-172.
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