Chumash obispeño
Le chumash obispeño (ou obispeño) est une langue amérindienne de la famille des langues chumash parlée aux États-Unis, dans le Sud de la Californie. La langue est éteinte.

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Le Chumash obispeño (ou obispeño) est une langue amérindienne de la famille des langues chumash parlée aux États-Unis, dans le Sud de la Californie.
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Obispeño language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Obispeño (also known as Northern Chumash) was one of the Chumash Native American languages previously spoken along the coastal areas of Southern ...
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Obispeño – Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
Obispeño is a member of the Chumashan language family; the others are Barbareño, Ineseño, Interior Chumash, Island Chumash, Purisimeño, and Ventureño.
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OLAC resources in and about the Obispeño language
Topics in Obispeno Chumash: Part I. Kathryn A. Klar. 1970.
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obispeño - Wiktionnaire
obispeño masculin (Au singulier). Langue amérindienne éteinte de la famille des langues chumash parlée aux États-Unis, dans la région de San Juan Obispo, ...
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Le Chumash obispeño (ou obispeño) est une langue amérindienne de la famille de ... des langues chumash parlée aux États-Unis, dans le Sud de la Californie.
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Obispeño | Ethnologue
Obispeño. Print ... Not inherently intelligible with other Chumash varieties. ... among all Chumash descendants in restoring their traditional culture and language.
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Obsipeño - MultiTree
28 Jul 2010 ... Brief Description: "Obispeño was the Chumash language spoken at San Luis Obispo mission, quite distinct from the other varieties of Chumash ...
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Chumash Languages Compared
Below are sets of words in four of the Chumash languages: Ventureño, Barbareño, Samala and Obispeño. These four were chosen for the following reasons: ...
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Obispeño - Linguistics - University of California, Berkeley
Obispeño is a member of the Chumashan language family; the others are Barbareño, Ineseño, Interior Chumash, Island Chumash, Purisimeño, and Ventureño.
Chumashan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Obispeño (also known as Northern Chumash) (†). II. ... University of California Publications in American Archaeology and ethnology 13:1–34. Berkeley: ...
tuˀ - Wiktionnaire
3 Obispeño ... Du proto-chumash * tuˀ. ... Kathryn Klar, Topics in Historical Chumash Grammar, Thèse de doctorat, University of California, Berkeley, 1977.
Modèle:R:chumash historical - Wiktionnaire
Modèle:R:chumash historical ... Kathryn Klar, Topics in Historical Chumash Grammar, Thèse de doctorat, University of California, Berkeley, 1977. ... du Wiktionnaire · Modèles en ineseño du Wiktionnaire · Modèles en obispeño du Wiktionnaire ...
Obsipeño - MultiTree
28 Jul 2010 ... Brief Description: "Obispeño was the Chumash language spoken at San Luis Obispo mission, quite distinct ... Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Qwika - Chumashan languages
Obispeño (a.k.a. Chumash Nordique) (?) II. Chumash ... Île Chumash (a.k.a. Ysleño, Isleño) (?) b. ... (dissertation doctorale, Université de la Californie, Berkeley).
Obispeño | Corpus linguistics
8 Feb 2013 ... Posts about Obispeño written by Tyler. ... archives are mostly at the National Anthropological Archives, but the Barbareno Chumash materials ...
[PDF]Conor McDonough Quinn Curriculum Vitae
Obispeño Chumash grammar and philology. (8-15 June 2008). • Harvard University Undergraduate Linguistics Tutorials (Ling 97r/98r). = half-semester courses ...
Obispeño of Ethnologue 2005 - Glottolog
Chumasha Proper (multitree); Northern Chumash (multitree); Obispeño (multitree ) ... publisher={University of California Press}, src={hh}, title={California Indian ...
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Chumash World At European Contact: Power, Trade, and Feasting ...
Chumash World At European Contact: Power, Trade, and Feasting ...
Lynn H. Gamble, 2008
Recently, the Chumashan language family, which appears to be a linguistic isolate, has been broken into three branches, Northern Chumash (Obispeño), Central Chumash (Purismeño, Ineseño, Barbareño, and Ventureño), and Island ...
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
Terry L. Jones, Kathryn A. Klar, 2007
At one time linguists believed them to be of Hokan affiliation but now most treat them as a classificatory isolate.7 Three branches of the family are usually recognized: Obispeño, or Northern Chumash, a single language with at least two dialects ...
A Native American "encyclopedia": History, Culture, and Peoples
A Native American "encyclopedia": History, Culture, and Peoples
Barry Pritzker, 2000
Each Chumash regional group—Barbareño, Ynezeño, and Ventureño (Eastern Coastal); Obispeño and Purisimeño; Island Chumash; and Interior Chumash— has its own self-designation. The Chumash are sometimes referred to as the Santa ...
The Languages of Native North America
The Languages of Native North America
Marianne Mithun, 2001
This book provides an authoritative survey of the several hundred languages indigenous to North America. These languages show tremendous genetic and typological diversity, and offer numerous challenges to current linguistic theory. Part I of the book provides an overview of structural features of particular interest, concentrating on those that are...
Atlas of the Indian Tribes of North America and the Clash of Cultures
Atlas of the Indian Tribes of North America and the Clash of Cultures
Nicholas J. Santoro, 2009
OBISPEÑO CHUMASH The Obispeño were one of the eight dialectic and geographical divisions of the Chumash of the Southern California.. The Obispeño lived about present San Luis Obispo on the coast from just north of the Santa Maria ...
Native Americans: An Encyclopedia of History, Culture, and Peoples
Native Americans: An Encyclopedia of History, Culture, and Peoples
Barry Pritzker, 1998
Location Traditionally, the Chumash lived along the Pacific coast from San Luis Obispo to Malibu Canyon and inland as far ... spoke related Hokan languages: Barbareño, Ventureño, Ynezeño, Purisimeño, Obispeño, and the Island language.
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The Chumash tribe of Hokan speakers of Amerind lived in what became Malibu and Santa Barbara me emphatic particle in commands < נאNAh, used in Biblical requests, strengthening urgency [NOW] mi the place where < ‘מ Mee, from [MINUS] milmol mountain < רם RahM, lofty; רמה RaMaH, heights, highlands [RUM] nokok spine < ß כן KaiN, upright; קנה QaNeH, reed [CANE] oto'in sleep < S-to-T, שנה SHaiNaH, sleep [INSOMNIA] pakas, paket number # 1 < אחת AK[H]aT or A[K]Ha(S), no. 1 fem.
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Universe – Obispeño | Good Pop, Bad Pop
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VINO LAS VEGAS ... news from in and out of the vineyard: Earth Day FOOD & WINE Festival allows guests to enjoy sustainable wines and organic foods in California's Central Coast
The 4th annual Earth Day Food & Wine Festival is a weekend celebration at locations throughout the Central Coast. After spending several days in the area exploring sustainable wines and organic foods the best way to finish off the weekend was at the feature event held at the historic Santa Margarita Ranch where over 200 purveyors of award-winning, sustainably produced food and wine show off their best.
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FACTS: Dead languages since man began to speak
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Ernie's Place: California Indian Tribes in pre-history.
Native Tribes, Groups, Language Families and Dialects of California in 1770(after A. L.
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Native American language resources | Corpus linguistics
Tips, tricks, and other resources for people interested in language (by Tyler)
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(Sahnish), San Felipe, San Ildefonso, San Juan, Sanpoil, Santa Ana, Santa Clara, Santiam, Santo Domingo, Saponi, Sarcee (Sarsi),Sastean (Sasta), Satsop, Savannah, Sauk, Saulteaux, Schaghticoke (Scaticook), Sechelt, Secwepemc (Secwepmectsin), Sekani, Selkirk, Seminoles, Seneca, Seri, Serrano, Seshelt, Severn Ojibwe, Shanel, Shasta (Shastan), Shawnee (Shawano), Shinnecock, Shoshone (Shoshoni), Shuar, Shuswap, Siksika (Siksikawa), Siletz, Similkameen, Sinkiuse (Sincayuse), Sinkyone, Sioux, Siuslaw, Skagit, Skicin, S'Klallam, Skokomish,Skraeling, Skwamish, Slavey (Slave, Slavi), Sliammon (Sliamon), Sm'algyax, Snichim, Snohomish, Songish, Sooke, Souriquois (Sourquois), Southeastern Pomo, Southern Paiute, Spokane (Spokan), Squamish,Sqwxwu7mesh, Stadaconan, St'at'imcets (St'at'imc), Stockbridge, Sto:lo, Stoney, Straits Salish, Sugpiaq, Suquamish, Susquehannock, Suwal, Swampy Cree, Swinomish Danse de l'éclipse T Tabasco Chontal, Tachi (Tache), Taensa, Tahltan, Tagish, Tahcully, Taino, Takelma (Takilma), Takla, Taltushtuntude, Tamyen, Tanacross, Tanaina, Tanana, Tano, Taos, Tarahumara, Tataviam, Tauira (Tawira),Teguime, Tehachapi, Ten'a, Tenino, Tepehuano (Tepecano), Tequistlateco (Tequistlatec), Tesuque, Tetes-de-Boules, Tewa, Thompson, Tigua, Tillamook, Timbisha (Timbasha), Timucua, Tinde, Tinneh, Tiwa,Tjekan, Tlahuica (Tlahura), Tlatskanie (Tlatskanai), Tlatsop, Tlicho Dinne, Tlingit, Tohono O'odham, Tolowa, Tongva, Tonkawa, Towa, Tsalagi (Tsa-la-gi), Tsattine, Tsekani (Tsek'ehne), Tsetsehestahese, Tsetsaut,Tsilhqot'in (Tzilkotin), Tsimshian (Tsimpshian), Tsitsistas, Tsooke, Tsoyaha, Tsuu T'ina (Tsuutina), Tualatin, Tubar (Tubare), Tubatulabal, Takudh, Tulalip, Tumpisa (Tümbisha, Tumbisha), Tunica, Tupi, Tuscarora,Tutchone, Tutelo, Tututni, Tuwa'duqutsid, Twana, Twatwa (Twightwee) Jeune fille HopiU Uchi (Uche, Uchee), Ukiah (Ukian, Uki, Ukia), Ukomnom, Umatilla, Unami, Unangan (Unangax), Unkechaug (Unquachog) Upper Chehalis, Upper Chinook, Upper Cowlitz, Upper Tanana, Upper Umpqua, Ute V Ventureño, Virginian Algonkin W Wailaki (Wailakki), Wailatpu (Waylatpu), Walapai, Walla Walla, Wampano, Wampanoag, Wanapam, Wanki (Wangki), Wappinger, Wappo, Warijio (Warihio, Warijío), Warm Springs, Wasco-Wishram, Washo (Washoe), Wazhazhe, Wea, Wenatchi (Wenatchee), Wendat, Weott, Western Pomo, Whilkut, White Clay People, Wichita (Witchita), Wikchamni, Willapa (Willopah), Winnebago, Wintu (Wintun), Wishram,Witsuwit'en (Witsuwiten), Wiyot (Wi'yot, Wishosk), Wolastoqewi (Wolastoqiyik), Wyandot (Wyandotte) Y Yakama (Yakima), Yanesha, Yaquina (Yakonan, Yakon), Yavapai, Yawelmani, Yaqui, Yinka Dene, Yneseño (Ynezeño), Yocot'an, Yokaia (Yakaya), Yokuts (Yokut, Yokutsan), Yoncalla (Yonkalla), Yowlumni,Ysleño, Ysleta del Sur, Yucatec Maya (Yucateco, Yucatan), Yuchi (Yuchee) Yuki (Yukian), Yuma, Yupik (Yu'pik, Yuit), Yurok (Yu'rok) Z Zapotec, Zia, Zimshian, Zoque, Zuni Canoë Kwakiutl (cap sur la terre des ancêtres)  Et tout ça, ça fait D'excellents Américains D'excellents soldats, Qui marchent au pas. (enfin, ceux qui restent) [comment ça s'appelle déjà quand on anéantit des populations entières : un génotype? un jéroboam?, un gynécée?, un génome ?, je l'ai sur le bout de la langue mais je n'arrive plus à mettre la main dessus, c'est encore un coup d'Al Zeimer; et son prénom à Al Zeimer c'est quoi déjà ?]Photos : Edward S.
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