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practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language

John Asher Dunn

practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language

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Published by National Museums of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tsimshian language -- Dictionaries -- English.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJohn Asher Dunn.
    SeriesMercury series, Paper - Canadian Ethnology Service ; no. 42, Paper (Canadian Ethnology Service) ;, no. 42.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPM831.Z5 D8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 155 p. ;
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4491897M
    LC Control Number79321726


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In the mids, Sm’algyax, the language of the Coast Tsimshian people, came under the protection of Canada’s Urgent Ethnology Programme, which commissioned a dictionary by linguist John Dunn. With the help of many Tsimshian consultants, Dunn completed the dictionary in and the first written grammar of the language in /5(1).

Book Description: Continuing the work of early researchers like Franz Boas and Amelia Susman, this volume offers readers an indexed Coast Tsimshian dictionary where each lexical entry includes a practical transcription, morphological description, English glosses, and.

Continuing the work of early researchers like Franz Boas and Amelia Susman, practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language book volume offers readers an indexed Coast Tsimshian dictionary where each lexical entry includes a practical transcription, morphological description, English glosses, and phonetic transcriptions illustrating local by: 7.

In the mids, Sm’algyax, the language of the Coast Tsimshian people, came under the protection of Canada’s Urgent Ethnology Programme, which commissioned a dictionary by linguist John Dunn. With the help practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language book many Tsimshian consultants, Dunn completed the dictionary in and the first written grammar of the language in The dictionary quickly became the spelling authority for.

In the mids, Sm'algyax, the language of the Coast Tsimshian people, came under the protection of Canada's Urgent Ethnology Programme, which commissioned a dictionary by linguist John Dunn. With the help of many Tsimshian consultants, Dunn completed the dictionary in and the first written grammar of the language in This publication, with a new preface and revisions by John Dunn, brings these two classic works back into print in a single volume.

part I-- “A Practical Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian Language”--includes for each word a transcription, morphological information, English glosses, and phonetic transcriptions showing local variants of Price Range: $ - $   Sm'algyax dictionary () Sm'algyax Living Legacy Talking Dictionary (online) Sm'algyax: a reference dictionary and grammar for the Coast Tsimshian language / compiled and edited by John Asher Dunn () A practical practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language book of the Coast Tsimshian language ()Author: Susan Atkey.

The Tsimshianic languages are a family of languages spoken in northwestern British Columbia and in Southeast Alaska on Annette Island and Tsimshianic languages are endangered, some with only around speakers. Only around 2, people of the ethnic Tsimshian / ˈ s ɪ m ʃ i ən / population in Canada still speak a Tsimshian language; about 50 of the 1, Tsimshian people Ethnicity: Tsimshian.

In the mids, Sm'algyax, the language of the Coast Tsimshian people, came under the protection of Canada's Urgent Ethnology Programme, which commissioned practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language book dictionary by linguist John Dunn.

With the help of many Tsimshian consultants, Dunn completed the dictionary in and the first written grammar of the language in The dictionary Price Range: $25 - $ For the Tsimshian peoples see Tsimshian, Gitxsan, and Nisga'a. Coast Tsimshian, known by its speakers as Practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language book, is a Tsimshianic language spoken by the Tsimshian nation in northwestern British Columbia and southeastern Alaska.

Sm'algyax means literally "real or true language.". Strictly speaking, Tsimshian is not a language indigenous to Alaska, but has been spoken there since missionary. TY - BOOK AU - Dunn, John Asher PY - DA - // TI - Sm’algyax: a reference dictionary and grammar for the Coast Tsimshian language PB - University of Washington Press / Sealaska Heritage Fondation CY - Seattle / Juneau N1 - Revised edition of: A practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language.and A reference grammar for the Coast Tsimshian language.

ID - Dunn ER. A dictionary and a grammar of the Sm'algyax language of the Coast Tsimshian people, first published in and by the National Museums of Canada and the Canadian Museum of Civilization.

The dictionary includes a transcription, morphological information, English glosses, and phonetic transcriptions for each : John Asher Dunn. This publication, with a new preface and revisions by John Dunn, brings these two classic works back into print in a single volume.

part I-- "A Practical Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian Language"--includes for each word a transcription, morphological information, English glosses, and phonetic transcriptions showing local variants of the.

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Tsimshian translation in English-Tsimshian dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "Tsimshian".Found in 0 ms. Tsimshian Collection Container List TSAH Title: Potlatch at Gitsegukla: William Beynon's Field Notebooks editor: Anderson, Margaret editor: Halpin, Marjorie TSC Title: [Cloak Bay wordlist] author: Chanal, Prosper TSA Title: [English-Tsimshian vocabulary.] author: Anonymous TSG Title: Report of an Exploring Tour on the North West coast of North America (To.

The Tuttle Practical Cambodian Dictionary answers the need for a dictionary of Cambodian that is handy, current, and useful to those with little or no experience with the Cambodian language. With other Cambodian dictionaries are designed for those who can read Cambodian script, this dictionary provides entries in both script and romanized form/5(40).

This publication, with a new preface and revisions by John Dunn, brings these two classic works back into print in a single volume. part I-- "A Practical Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian Language"--includes for each word a transcription, morphological information, English glosses, and phonetic transcriptions showing local variants of the 5/5(1).

OLAC resources in and about the Tsimshian language: ISO A practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language.

Dunn, John Asher. Mercury series, ONLINE A Reference Dictionary and Grammar of the Coast Tsimshian Language. Dunn, John Asher. Seattle, Washington: Washington University Press. Tsimshian, known by its speakers as Sm'álgyax, is a dialect of the Tsimshian language spoken in northwestern British Columbia and southeastern Alaska.

Sm'algyax means literally "real or true language.". There is much debate over which larger family the Tsimshianic languages belong to. Many scholars believe that they are part of the controversial Penutian language stock, which includes.

In the mids, Sm'algyax, the language of the Coast Tsimshian people, came under the protection of Canada's Urgent Ethnology Programme, which commissioned a dictionary by linguist John Dunn. With the help of many Tsimshian consultants, Dunn completed the dictionary in and the first written grammar of the language in The dictionary quickly became the spelling authority for.

Tsimshian language -- Dictionaries -- English. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Tsimshian language -- Dictionaries; English; Filed under: Tsimshian language -- Dictionaries -- English Dictionary of Indian Tongues: Containing Most of the Words and Terms Used in the Tshimpsean, Hydah, & Chinook: With Their Meaning or Equivalent in the English Language (Victoria, BC.

Sm’algya̲x - Tsimshian. Dunn, John Asher. Sm’algya̲x: A Reference Dictionary and Grammar of the Coast Tsimshian Language. Seattle: University of Washington Press. ISBN: PM Z5 D86 Tlįchǫ - Dogrib.

Ryan, Joan. Doing things the right way: Dene traditional justice in Lac La Martre, NWT. Tsimshian ETHNONYMS: Chimmesyan, Skeena The Tsimshian are a Northwest Coast group who lived and continue to live along the Nass and Skeena rivers and nearby coastal regions of British Columbia [1].

In the early s, the Tsimshian numbered as many as 10, OLAC Language Resource Catalog. Search for language resources. Sidebar. Navigating the Catalog. Catalog Home. Back to Search Results.

Search Strategies. Advanced Search. New: Records recently added or modified. A Reference Dictionary and Grammar of the Coast Tsimshian Language. Information about this record. Title. For the Tsimshian peoples see Tsimshian, Gitxsan, and Nisga'a.

Coast Tsimshian, known by its speakers as Sm'algyax, is a Tsimshianic language spoken by the Tsimshian nation in northwestern British Columbia and southeastern Alaska. Sm'algyax means literally "real or true language.". Strictly speaking, Tsimshian is not a language indigenous to Alaska, but has been spoken there since under the.

Dorsey and J. Swanton, Dictionary of the Bloxi and Ufo Languages (Washington: Government Printing Office, ). John Asher Dunn, A Practical Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian Language (Carleton University Library No.: PM Z5D8).

The Gitxsan language / ˈ ɡ ɪ t s æ n /, or Gitxsanimaax (also rendered Gitksan, Giatikshan, Gityskyan, Giklsan), is an endangered Tsimshianic language of northwestern British Columbia, closely related to the neighboring Nisga’a two groups are, however, politically separate and prefer to refer to Gitxsan and Nisga'a as distinct languages.

According to the census there Language family: Tsimshianic, Nass–GitksanGitxsan. Identifier: TSDa Title: A practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language. Contributors: Dunn, John Asher (author) Subject Language: Tsimshian; Identifier: TSDb Title: Coast Tsimshian reduplication.

Home; FAQ; Contact. Camas was also cultivated by Northwest Coast peoples, including several western Washington groups and the Squamish, Sechelt, Comox, and Kwak-waka'wakw of.

Other articles where Tsimshian language is discussed: Penutian languages: trade language or lingua franca), Tsimshian, and Zuni, each a family consisting of a single language.

All but four of the surviving familes are spoken by fewer than persons. A practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language / John Asher Dunn.

GN P37 NO Contextual studies of material culture editor: David W. Zimmerly. Southern Tsimshian, Sgüüx̣s or Ski:xs, is the southern dialect of the Tsimshian language, spoken by the Gitga'ata and Kitasoo Tsimshians in Klemtu, became extinct with the death of the last remaining speaker, Violet ity: Tsimshian people.

Help us in creating the largest Tsimshian-English dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations.

It makes our dictionary Tsimshian English real, as it is created by native. Description Name of society, language, and language family: Tsimshian, Tsimshianic language, Penutian and Tsimshian language family [1] Alternative names are Chimmezyan, Tsimpshean, Zimshian [2] ISO code (3 letter code from ): tsi [2] Location (latitude/longitude): North coast British Columbia.

Southern Tsimshian at southern end on coast at Size: KB. Ergativity in Coast Tsimshian (Sm'algyax) / Jean Gail Mulder University of California Press Berkeley Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for.

Dorsey and J. Swanton, Dictionary of the Bloxi and Ufo Languages (Washington: Government Printing Office, ). John Asher Dunn, A Practical Dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian Language (Carleton University Library No.: PM Z5D8).

Author: Polat Kaya. EASTMAN, CAROL M. BN on Dunn, A practical dictionary of the Coast Tsimshian language. BN on Lepsius, Standard alphabet EDWARDS, ELIZABETH A.

Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Vocabularies of the Tlingit Haida and Tsimshian languages by Franz Boas; 4 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Glossaries, vocabularies, Tlingit language, Tsimshian language, Haida language, Haida (Langue), Tsimshian (Langue.Dictionary entry overview: What does Tsimshian mean?

• TSIMSHIAN ebook The noun TSIMSHIAN has 2 senses. 1. a member of a Penutian people who lived on rivers and a sound in British Columbia 2. a Penutian language spoken by the Tsimshian Familiarity information: TSIMSHIAN used as a noun is rare.