Studies in African Linguistics
Title Index

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/-a-/ reduction phenomena in Luyia Gerard M. Dalgish 17: 155-76
À propos de l'harmonie vocalique en OkpE Georges Herault 20: 339-61
Abstract analysis and Bantu reconstruction: a Luganda example Marion R. Johnson 5: 325-37
Accent in the Central Somali nominal system Douglas Biber 13: 1-10
Accent modification rules in Luganda John Kalema 8: 127-41
Acoustic analysis of vowels and diphthongs in Cairo Arabic Kjell Norlin Supp. 9: 238-44
An acoustic and phonological study of pre-pausal length in Hausa Roxana Ma Newman & Vincent J. van Heuven Supp. 8: 95-99
Acoustic cues for the perception of tones of disyllabic nouns in Edo Victor E. Omozuwa 22: 135-56
The 'adjective' in some African languages Claude Hagège Supp. 5: 125-34
Adjectives and adjectivalization processes in Edo Thomas O. Omoruyi 17: 283-302
African language usage in the classroom, reported and observed Dianne C. Bowcock Supp. 9: 33-8
The Afrikaner and his language Yvette Stoops l0: 313-16
Against vowel length in Tigrinya Eugene Buckley 26.1: 63-102
Agreement and Fula pronouns Christopher Culy 25.1: 1-27
The agreement of nominal predicates in Luganda Martin Mould 2: 25-36
Akan vowel harmony: the word structure conditions and the floating vowels John M. Stewart 14: 111-39
An alternative to lexical insertion for Yoruba complex nouns S. Ayotunde Ekundayo 7: 233-60
The analysis of Bambara polarization David J. Dwyer Supp. 6: 27-38
The analysis of complex phonetic elements in Bura and the syllable Ian Maddieson 14: 285-310
Anatomy of the tonal system of a Bantu language Cheryl L. Austen Supp. 5: 21-34
'And what about ...?' — topicalisation in Hausa Philip Jaggar 9: 69-81
Animacy, objects and clitics in SeSotho Malillo Morolong and Larry M. Hyman 8: 199-218
Animate concord in northeast coastal Bantu: its linguistic and social impli-cations as a case of grammatical convergence Benji Wald 6: 267-314
Another look at meta-rules and "family universals" Robert K. Herbert 9: 143-65
The appendix in parametric phonology Monik Charette Supp. 9: 49-53
The applied suffix in Swahili Robert F. Port 12: 71-82
The Arabic doubled verb conspiracy and morpheme invariance Grover Hudson Supp. 9: 141-45
Arvee-three: the meaning of an Igbo verbal suffix Michael C. Onwuemene Supp. 8: 103-6
Aspects of Avatime phonology Russell G. Schuh 24.1: 31-67
Aspects of Bandi tonology Robert Mugele and Michael Rodewald 22: 103-34
Aspects of morphological and syntactic divergence in Lango and Acholi Edith L. Bavin 13: 231-48
Aspects of the phonology of labial-velar stops Michael Cahill 28.2: 155-84
Associative tone and syllable structure in Asante Twi Lynette Nyaggah Supp. 6: 191-9
[ATR] harmony in Turkana Manuela Noske 25.1: 61-99
ATR vowel harmony in Akposso Coleen G. Anderson 28.2: 185-214
An autosegmental accentual account of Luganda tone Larry M. Hyman Supp. 8: 64-8
Autosegmental Babanki Gary M. Gilligan Supp. 9: 119-22
Auxiliary focus Larry M. Hyman and John R. Watters 15: 233-73
Avatime noun classes and concord Russell G. Schuh 24.2: 123-49


Bade/Ngizim vowels and syllable structure Russell G. Schuh 9: 245-81
Bantu -a-: the far past in the far past John Goldsmith Supp. 9: 123-7
Bantu and its closest relatives Joseph Greenberg Supp. 5: 115-18
Bantu lexical classes and semantic universals (with some remarks on how not to write phonological rules) Frank Heny 3: 207-58
The Bondei object pronoun in clefts and pseudo-clefts Elizabeth G. Weber 19: 233-57
Borrowed logophoricity? Zygmunt Frajzyngier Supp. 9: 114-18
Boundary tones and the phonetic implementation of tone in Chichewa Scott Myers 25.1: 29-60


Case complexes in Swahili W. H. Whiteley 3: 1-46
Causative constructions in Yoruba Carol Lord Supp. 5: 195-204
Causatives, transitivity and objecthood in Kimeru Kathryn Speed Hodges Supp. 7: 113-25
Chadic extensions and pre-dative verb forms in Hausa Paul Newman 8: 275-97
Characteristics of Omotic tone: Shinasha (Borna) Ashenafi Tesfaye and Klaus Wedekind 21: 347-68
Chronogenetic staging of tense in Ruhaya John Hewson, Derek Nurse and Henry Muzale 29.2: 33-56
Class 5 allomorphy in Ciyao Armindo S.A. Ngunga 26.2: 165-92
The classification of the Masa group of languages Aaron Shyrock 26.1: 29-62
Cleft constructions H.F. Hailu Supp. 9: 128-34
A closer look at short high vowels in Hausa Benedicte Chorier and Nicholas Faraclas Supp. 8: 9-12
Color terms and lexical classes in Krahn/Wobé Janet Mueller Bing 22: 277-96
A comment on "rule inversion in Chadic: a reply" Russell G. Schuh 5: 279-80
A comparative and historical study of locative-based periphrastic verbal forms in Fula dialects Josh Ard 10: 119-58
Comparative notes on past tenses in Kenyan northeast Bantu languages Benji Wald Supp. 6: 267-81
Comparative reconstruction of Mandekan Kent Bimson 7: 295-354
Comparison in Bambara: an infinitival verb phrase Jan Charles-Luce 17: 199-212
Complex verbs in Nupe and Yoruba Isaac S. George Madugu 16: 295-321
Compounding into: the dynamics of a closed pidgin Philip A. Noss Supp. 7: 185-97
The conditional particle ka in Waama (Bénin) Jennifer Rowe 22: 297-314
Conjoined and stacked restrictive clauses: deep and not-so-deep constraints in light of Luganda data Livingstone Walusimbi and Talmy Givón 1: 157-84
Consonant alternation in Fula Royal Skousen 3: 77-96
Consonant gradation in Fula suffixes: the ugly truth Donald G. Churma 19: 35-74
The consonant inventory of Proto-Eastern Cushitic Christopher Ehret 22: 211-75
Consonant mutation in Sereer-Siin Fiona McLaughlin 23: 279-314
Consonant types, vowel height and tone in Yoruba Jean-Marie Hombert 8: 173-9
Contextual labialization in Nawuri Roderic F. Casali 21: 319-46
Contrast preservation in Yoruba Robert W. Wilkinson 7: 65-92
Coreference and logophoricity in Gokana Larry M. Hyman and Bernard Comrie Supp. 8: 69-73
Coreferent pronominalization in Diré Songhai John P. Hutchison 2: 83-104
Cost accounting vs. explanation: a reply to a reply Frank Heny 3: 433-43
A counter example to Bach's "question" Eyamba G. Bokamba Supp. 5: 49-66
Cross River as a model for the evolution of Benue-Congo nominal class/concord systems Nicholas Faraclas 17: 39-54


D'ou vient le ton haut du Bamileke-fe/fe/? Larry M. Hyman Supp. 6: 123-34
Defining the domain of nasality in Edo Matt. Osayaba Aikhionbare 20: 301-15
Dentality, areal features, and phonological change in northeastern Bantu Derek Nurse 16: 243-79
Dependency relations in syntax: the mysterious case of the empty determiner in Aghem Larry M. Hyman Supp. 9: 151-6
Dependent modals, performatives, facti-vity, Bantu subjunctives and what not Talmy Givón 2: 61-82
Derivation and simplification by adolescent Dioula speakers Gayle Partman 5: 101-16
The derivation of Igbo verb bases William E. Welmers 1: 49-59
The destruction of tonal structure in Mende Elizabeth Cowper and Keren Rice Supp. 9: 57-62
The development of case and focus in Umbundu Thilo C. Schadeberg Supp. 9: 282-4
A diachronic-tonological analysis of certain rank shifted verbal structures in Northern Sotho Dann Lombard 9: 317-26
Differences de comportement et rapports entre consonne finale de radical CVC et consonne initiale de suffixe en Moore Norbert Nikiema 18: 117-74[Errata 18:
Les diphtongues cachées du Vata Jonathan D. Kaye 12: 225-43
Direct and reported speech in Tikar narrative Carol Stanley 13: 31-52
Discourse distances and the Swahili demonstratives Timothy Wilt 18: 81-95
Discourse strategies in Pulaar: the use of focus Sonja Fagerberg 14: 141-57
Distinctive nasality in Kwawu: a prosodic account Outi Bat-El 19: 173-203
The diversity of Juba Arabic Eluzai M. Yokwe Supp. 9: 323-8
Dogon pronominal systems: their nature and evolution Christopher Culy, Koungarma Kodio & Patrice Togo 23: 315-44
Double negation and negative shift in Kinyarwanda Alexandre Kimenyi l0: 179-96
Doublets in Kinyarwanda: an inquiry into the process of sign-production Alexandre Kimenyi Supp. 9: 181-5
Downdrift and rule ordering John M. Clifton 7: 175-94
Downstep displacement in Kikuyu (abstract) Kevin C. Ford and G.N. Clements 9: 327-9
Downstep in Pari: the tone system of a western Nilotic language Torben Andersen 19: 261-315
Downstep in the Kipare verb complex Deborah Schlindwein Supp. 9: 285-9
Downstep in Supyire Robert Carlson 14: 35-45
Downstep, downdrift, and diacritics Jerry Larson Supp. 2: 171-82


Egyptian Arabic and English nativization process Atteya Yussif El-Noory Supp. 9: 100-4
Les emplois du curseur koo en Hawsa Mohaman Bachir Attouman 16: 135-60
Empty operator raising in Kitharaka Carolyn Harford 26.2: 111-29
Epenthesis, mutation, and structure preservation in the Shona causative Scott Myers 23: 185-216
Ergativity and the active-stative typology in Loma Noel Rude 14: 265-83
An ethnolinguistic study of Hausa epithets Charles H. Kraft Supp. 6: 135-46

Ethnonyms in Hausa

Evidence for head raising in Kiswahili relative clauses

Paul Newman

Deo Ngonyani





Evidence for object-verb ordering in Chadic Donald A. Burquest 12: 87-9
Existence and possession in Bisa Tony Naden 13: 211-14
An experimental study of Yoruba tone Carl LaVelle Supp. 5: 169-84
Explaining Hausa feminines Paul Newman 10: 197-226
The expression of negation in Egyptian colloquial Arabic (eca) Hany Amin Azer Supp. 9: 15-18


Factivity, presupposition and the relativised predicate in Krio Dudley K. Nylander 16: 323-36
Final vowel shortening in Luganda Larry M. Hyman and Francis X. Katamba 21: 1-59
Le fini/l'infini ou l'affirmation/ l'interro-gation en Moba (langue Voltaique parlée au Nord-Togo) Annie Rialland Supp. 9: 258-61
Floating tones and contour tones in Kenyang David Odden 19: 1-34
Floating tones, shifting rules, and downstep in Dschang-Bamileke Maurice Tadadjeu Supp. 5: 283-90
Focus and question formation in Edo Thomas O. O¢mo¢ruyi 20: 279-300
Focus and relativization: the case of Kihung'an Alexis Takizala 3: 259-88
Focus and the scope of assertion: some Bantu evidence Talmy Givón 6: 185-206
Focus in Oromo Baye Yimam 19: 365-84
Focus in the Rendille clause Antoinette Oomen 9: 35-67
Formal correlates of focussing in Kimatuumbi David Odden 15: 275-99
The fortis feature in Jju (Kaje): an initial study Norris P. McKinney 15: 177-88
A four-term person system and its ramifications David J. Clark 3: 97-106
From consonants to downstep in Podoko Stephen C. Anderson & Jeanette Swackhamer 12: 131-53
From Proto-Benue-Congo to Proto-Bantu noun classes Jean-Marie Hombert Supp. 8: 55-8
A functional explanation for the ni!- NP construction in Yoruba Ore Yusuf Supp. 9: 329-34


Gemination and spirantization in Berber: diachrony and synchrony Jilali Saib 5: 1-26
Gender agreement in Chichewa Greville G. Corbett and Alfred D. Mtenje 18: 1-38
Generational language shift and linguistic diversity measures: a Kenya case Philip A.S. Sedlak 6: 65-76
Genetic relationship and the case of Ma'a (Mbugu) Sarah G. Thomason 14: 195-231
Grades, vowel-tone classes and extensions in the Hausa verbal system Paul Newman 4: 297-346
Grammatical tone neutralization in Kinyarwanda Alexandre Kimenyi 9: 301-15
Grammaticalisation de la structure Infinitif + Verbe conjugue dans quelques langues bantoues Pascal Hadermann 25.2: 155-69
Gumuz, Koman, Mao, and Omotic M. Lionel Bender Supp. 9: 19-21


Hausa disyllabic verbs: comments on base forms and extensions Graham Furniss 12: 97-129
The Hausa negative markers Paul Newman 2: 183-96
The Hausa particle ko: an uncertainty modality Laura F. Meyers 5: 247-64
Hausa vowels and diphthongs Mona Lindau-Webb 16: 161-82
Head-initial meets head-final: nominal suffixes in eastern and southern Bantu from a historical perspective Tom Guldemann 28.1: 49-91
Heny vs. Givón: Pardon may I cut in? Patrick R. Bennett 4: 219-22
Hierarchies of natural topic in Shona Annie Hawkinson and Larry Hyman 5: 147-70
High tone doubling in two Makua dialects Chin-Chuan Cheng and Charles W. Kisseberth Supp. 8: 5-8
His and hers morphology: the strange case of Tarok possessives J. O. Skip Robinson Supp. 6: 201-9
The historical development of southwestern Mande consonants David J. Dwyer 5: 59-94
Historical evidence for abstract phonological analyses David Odden 12: 219-22

The history of Hausa nasals

The history of the middle in Dogon

Russell G. Schuh

Christopher Culy and Sarah M. B. Fagan

Supp. 6




Hlonipha — the women's language of avoidance among the Xhosa Rosalie Finlayson Supp. 8: 25-8
Homonymy versus unity of form: the particle -a in Swahili Annie K. Hawkinson 10: 81-l09
How Igbo got from SOV serializing to SVO compounding Carol Lord Supp. 7: 145-55
Hypothese du morpheme verbal discontinu -id-e Geoffrey Rugero, Nkiko Munya et Kabange Mukala 18: 299-308
Hypotheses concerning the phonetic and functional origins of tone displacement in Zulu Daniel Silverman 29.2: 1-32


The ideophone as a syntactic category in the southern Bantu languages C.T.D. Marivate Supp. 9: 210-14
Ideophones defined as a phonological class: the case of Yoruba Karen Courtenay Supp. 6: 13-26
Idiosyncratic suprasegmental processes in Mende David J. Dwyer 9: 331-91
Igbo adjectives as morphophonologized relatives Omen N. Maduka-Durunze 21: 237-50
Igbo tonology William E. Welmers 1: 255-78
Igbo verb compounds and the lexicon Carol Lord 6: 23-48
Implications for universal grammar of object-creating rules in Luyia and Mashi Judith Olmsted Gary Supp. 7: 85-95
Implosives as liquids Jonathan D. Kaye Supp. 8: 78-81
In defence of the skeletal tier R.J. Hayward 19: 131-72
In favor of a higher cause Beatrice Jones Supp. 2: 19-46
Inaccessibility and demotional nominal marking in Iraqw Gerard M. Dalgish 9: 283-97
Inalienable possession in Sotho Erhard F.K. Voeltz Supp. 6: 255-66
The"indigenous versus foreign" contro-versy about the sources of Swahili vocabulary Derek Nurse Supp. 9: 245-50
Indirect objects in SiSwati Videa P. De Guzman 18: 309-25
The infinitive in Kinyarwanda Geoffrey Rugege Supp. 8: 111-14
The influence of Arabic on the syntax of Swahili discourse Benji Wald Supp. 9: 315-17
L'influence des consonnes sur les tons en dagara: langue voltaique du Burkina Faso Penou-Achille Some 27.1: 3-47
L'information segmentale necessaire à l'élaboration des règles tonales de l'Adioukrou Georges Herault Supp. 8: 51-4
An integrated analysis of Swahili augmentative-diminutives Kenneth N. Shepardson 13: 53-76
The interaction of segmental and tonal levels: the case of [?] in Temne Julie F. Nemer and Keith Wm. Mountford 15: 107-61
Interaction of tone, syntax and semantics in the acquisition of Chichewa negation Moira Chimombo and Al Mtenje 20: 103-50
Internal evidence for final vowel lowering in Hausa Paul Newman 21: 251-5
The interpretation of tone in Principense Creole Anthony Traill and Luiz Ferraz 12: 205-15
Intonation in Chadic languages William R. Leben Supp. 9: 191-5
The intonation system of Isoko Shirley Donwa-Ifode Supp. 9: 83-9
Is there a passive in Dholuo? Eunita D.A. Ochola 28.1: 31-48



The Kanuri associative postposition: a case for subordination John P. Hutchison 11: 321-51
Khoisan consonants and phonological universals Anthony Traill Supp. 8: 134-6
Kilba equational sentences Russell G. Schuh 14: 311-26
Kinga: a restricted tone system Thilo C. Schadeberg 4: 23-48
KiSwahili diglossia in Kenya: implications for language policy Carol M. Eastman Supp. 8: 20-21
Kiujamaa: notes on political language Magdalena Hauner Supp. 8: 46-50


Language and politics in South Africa Rachel Angogo 9: 211-21
Language contact and grammatical inter-ference: Hausa and Zarma in Niamey, Niger Jennifer J. Yanco Supp. 9: 318-22
Language planning and onomastics in Zaire Tshimpaka Yanga 9: 233-44
Language resource project David Dwyer and Kay Irish 13: 215-16
Language typology and reconstruction: the pre-nasalized stops of Kisi G. Tucker Childs 23: 65-80
Language universals and syntactic changes in Swahili as a second language Carol Myers Scotton Supp. 9: 290-92
Length and syllable structure in Hausa William R. Leben Supp. 7: 137-43

Length and syllable weight in Ibibio


Eno-Abasi E. Urua







Lexical extraprosidicity in Chilungu Lee S. Bickmore and Michael T. Boyle 24.2: 85-121
Lexical nominalizability restriction in Yoruba S. Ayotunde Ekundayo Supp. 7: 43-51
Lexicalist hypothesis and Hausa Dauda M. Bagari 2: 197-216
Lexicalizing directional and nondirectional motion in Emai Ronald P. Schaefer 17: 177-98

The lexicostatistic base of Bennett and Sterk's reclassification of Niger-Congo with particular reference to the cohesion of Bantu

Les séries verbales en baoulé: Questions de morphosyntaxe et des sémantique

Thilo C. Schadeberg


Jérémie Kouadio N'Guessan







Lines on the classification of Ethiopian-Semitic Jack Fellman 25.2: 205-06
Linguistic performances as subjective measures — some findings and implications Carol Myers Scotton Supp. 7: 199-210
Linkless clauses in Bantu Alexandre Kimenyi Supp. 8: 85-9
Loanwords and MSC's in Oshikwanyama Aleksandra Steinbergs Supp. 9: 293-7
Local and metrical tone shift in Nguni Laura Downing 21: 261-317
Locative phrases and alternative concord in Tshiluba Susan U. Stucky 9: 107-19
Locatives in Bangangte-Bamileke Jan Voorhoeve 5: 205-22
Low tone raising in Hausa: a critical assessment Paul Newman and Philip Jaggar 20: 227-51
LTR: a reply to Schuh Paul Newman and Philip Jaggar 20: 263-4


The ma- prefix in Afroasiatic Karen Lahaie Supp. 9: 186-90
Maasai gender in typological perspective Doris L. Payne 27.2: 159-75
The magical number two: Bantu pronouns and the theory of nominalization Talmy Givón 1: 279-300
Majang nominal plurals, with comparative notes Peter Unseth 19: 75-91
The Margi vowel system and labiocoronals Ian Maddieson 18: 327-55
The marking of grammatical relations in Swahili Mayrene Bentley 27.2: 177-97
Mende tone David J. Dwyer 2: 117-30
The metrico-syllabic approach: evidence in Kinyarwanda Paul Sauvageau Supp. 9: 275-81
Microcomputers and African research Gerard M. Dalgish Supp. 9: 69-71
Migration theory, the northeastern coastal Bantu and the Shungwaya hypothesis Philip Sedlak Supp. 7: 211-21
La modalité d'incompatibilité-dominance in Hawsa: i~na!a X i~na!a Y Mohaman Bachir Attouman 18: 239-48
The modifying serial construction: a critique Oladele Awobuluyi 4: 87-112
The modifying serial construction: a reply Ayo Bamgbose 4: 207-18
Mood and aspect in Karang Edward H. Ubels 14: 195-231
More on nasals and nasalization in Kwa Kay Williamson 4: 115-38
Morpheme alternation in Tangale: a syllable structure approach Mairo Kidda Supp. 9: 173-80
Morphological palatalization in southern Bantu: a reply to segmental fusion Robert K. Herbert 8: 143-71
Morphological stratification in Dinka: on the alternations of voice quality, vowel length, and tone in the morpho-logy of transitive verbal roots in a mono-syllabic language Torben Andersen 23: 1-64
Morphologically based agreement in Swahili Karl H. Reynolds and Carol M. Eastman 20: 63-77
Morphology of the gerund in Degema and its reconstruction in Proto-Edoid Ben Ohi Elugbe 15: 77-89
Morphophonemics of Swahili verb suffixes Robert F. Port & Kenneth Shepardson 13: 249-71
Motion in Tswana and its characteristic lexicalization Ronald P. Schaefer 16: 57-87
A multi-tiered approach to Silt'i verb morphology Ernst-August Gutt 16: 183-222


Nasal consonant harmony at a distance: the case of Yaka Larry M. Hyman 24.1: 5-30
Nasality in Gbe: a synchronic interpretation Hounkpatin C. Capo 12: 1-43
Nasals and nasalization in Kwa Larry M. Hyman 3: 167-206
The natural history of Meinhof's law in Bantu Marion R. Johnson 10: 261-71
NCs in Moghamo: prenasalized onsets or heterosyllabic clusters? Roderic F. Casali 24.2: 151-66
Nè … ba marking in Lele: a cleft construction Pamela Simons 13: 217-29
A new analysis of the Krio cleft predicate Dudley K. Nylander Supp. 9: 251-3
A new formalization of downdrift Ann M. Peters 4: 139-54
A new look at the predicating particles in Hausa John Bryson Eulenberg 2: 105-16
Niger-Congo noun class and agreement systems in historical and acquisition perspective Katherine Demuth, Nicholas Faraclas & Lynell Marchese Supp. 9: 78-82
Niger-Congo noun class markers: prefixes, suffixes, both or neither Joseph Greenberg Supp. 7: 97-104

Nilo-Saharan k - as a stage III article

Njerep: A postcard from the edge

Joseph Greenberg H.

Bruce A. Connell and David Zeitlyn

Supp. 8





Nominal relations in systemic dependency grammar Jonathan Owens 19: 317-63
Nominative/agreement complementarity and VSO order in standard Arabic Hagit Borer and Laurice Tuller Supp. 9: 27-32
The non-correlation of tone and vowel height in Hausa Paul Newman 6: 207-13
A non-transformational account of serial verbs Paul Schachter Supp. 5: 253-70
On non-transformational rule extension in Kanakuru Grover Hudson 15: 215-23
A nonlinear approach to vowel length in Kimatuumbi David Odden Supp. 8: 99-102
A note on double negation marking in Sissala Regina Blass 14: 329-30
A note on downstep in Yala (Ikom) Robert G. Armstrong 3: 423-6
A note on global rules in Banbubangu tone A.E. Meeussen 5: 95-100
A note on Hausa plurals Donald A. Burquest 20: 265-78
A note on lateral fricatives in Chadic Charles H. Kraft 2: 271-81
A note on subject clitics in Akan Richard Campbell 27.1: 49-66
A note on subject postposing Talmy Givón 3: 289-300
A note on the base form of the Hausa verb Dauda M. Bagari and William R. Leben 6: 239-48
A note on the Hausa voiceless labials Bello Ahmad Salim 11: 257-60
A note on the kinship system of Kenya Luo William M. Jr. Christie 14: 331-4
A note on tone and the abstractness controversy Victoria Fromkin Supp. 6: 47-62
A note on tone in Tiv conjugation James D. McCawley 1: 123-30
Notes on constructions with ín (4 ) John B. Callender 2: 1-24

Notes on the history of southwestern Mande

Notes on tense and aspect in the Ijesa dialect of Yoruba

Larry M. Hyman

Felix Abidemi Fabunmi





Noun class levelling in Bamileke Larry M. Hyman, Erhard F. K. Voeltz & Georges Tchokokam 1: 185-210
The noun classes and concord of Congo Copperbelt Swahili Kabuya Nkulu 28.1: 93-108
Noun classification in Wolof: when affixes are not renewed Fiona McLaughlin 26.1: 1-28
The noun prefix in Ewe Herbert Stahlke Supp. 2: 141-60
The noun prefix in Yoruba Herbert Stahlke Supp. 6: 243-53
Nupe tonology Isaac George 1: 100-122


o epenthesis: a positional treatment of Swahili pronominal clitics Camillia N. Keach Supp. 9: 163-7
Object agreement and topicality hierarchies in Kiyaka Lukowa Kidima 18: 175-209
Object clitic pronouns in Bantu and the topicality hierarchy Alessandro Duranti 10: 31-45
Objects in Gokana Donna Wagner Supp. 9: 304-8
An observation of vowel contraction in Xhosa Paul K. Aoki 5: 223-42

Observations on the immediate dominance constraint,topicalization and relativization

Observations on Kunama tone

Eyamba G. Bokamba

John Abraha Ashkaba, Bruce A. Connell, and Richard J. Hayward






Omotic as a branch of Afroasiatic Harold C. Fleming Supp. 5: 81-94
On "the subject concord prefix" in Yoruba Oladele Awobuluyi 6: 215-38
On certain nominal patterns in Tigrinya Jean Lowenstamm and Jean-François Prunet Supp. 9: 203-9
On core syllables in modern Arabic dialects Michael Kenstowicz Supp. 9: 168-72
On cost accounting in lexical structure: a reply to Frank Heny Talmy Givón 3: 427-42
On meta-rules in phonology Francis Katamba 8: 33-47
On reconstructing the modified base of Bantu verbs Martin Mould 3: 107-26
On the correlation of tone and vowel height in Hausa: a reply to Newman Nina Pilszczikowa-Chodak 6: 315-21
On the description of consonant gradation in Fula Stephen R. Anderson 7: 93-136
On the development of the verb infinitive phrase in Yoruba Yiwola Awoyale 14: 71-1
On the dynamics of velarization and labialization: some Bantu evidence Fritz Ponelis 5: 27-58
On the evolution of the tense marker na in Eastern Bantu (summary) Benji Wald Supp. 8: 142-4
On the high non-expanded vowels in Yoruboid Hounkpatin B.C. Capo 16: 103-21
On the interaction of phonology and morphology: a Chi-mwi:ni example Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Imam Abasheikh 7: 31-40
On the intransitive copy pronouns in Chadic Zygmunt Frajzyngier Supp. 7: 73-84
On the justification for language-specific sub-grammatical relations Gerard M. Dalgish and Gloria Sheintuch 8: 219-40
On the nature of the Bambara tone system Karen Courtenay 5: 303-24
On the productivity of derivational mor-phology and lexical representation: manner adverbs in Luganda Martin Mould Supp. 7: 175-83
On the reality of vowel coalescence in Yoruba Oladele Awobuluyi Supp. 9: 11-14
On the scope of the serial verb construction in Yoruba Olasope Oyelaran 13: 109-46
On the scope of the serial verb construction in Yoruba Olasope Oyelaran Supp. 8: 106-10
On the similarities between interrogatives and emphatics in Kikuyu and English Amy Myers Supp. 2: 11-18
On the similarity between nominal adjec-tives and possessive forms in Kihungan Alexis Takizala Supp. 5: 291-305
On the so-called reversing tonal system of Chiluba:a case for restructuring Marcel van Spaandonck 2: 131-44
On the SOV reconstruction of southern Nilotic: internal evidence from Toposa Talmy Givón Supp. 6: 73-93
On the syntax of possessor raising in Swahili Camillia N. Keach and Michael Rochemont 23: 81-106
On the treatment of syntactically distri-buted downstep Mary M. Clark 11: 101-37
On the underlying representation of contour tones in Wobe John Victor Singler 15: 59-75
On the verbal origin of the Bantu verb suffixes Talmy Givón 2: 145-64
Once more on the nature of downdrift Lee A. Becker 10: 233-46
One father or two? polysemy in kinship terms Chet A. Creider Supp. 9: 63-8
The organization of repair in Yoruba conversation Femi Akindele 22: 171-88
The origin of consonant gemination in Luganda Martin Mould Supp. 5: 223-32
The origin of Hausa \h\ Paul Newman Supp. 6: 165-75

The origins of the remote future formatives in Kinyarwanda, Kirundi and Giha (J61)

Osculance in Bantu reconstructions: A case study of the pair °-kádang-/°kang- ('fry', 'roast') and its historical implications

Robert Botne


Koen Bostoen







An outline of Luganda syllable structure G.N. Clements Supp. 8: 12-16
An outline of Lulubo phonology Torben Andersen 18: 39-65


Papiamento plurals Charles E. DeBose Supp. 5: 67-74
Paradigmatic initiation of a sound change in Hadiyya Grover Hudson 7: 211-29
Parataxis in Lango Michael Noonan and Edith Bavin 12: 45-69
Les parlers Songhay Occidentaux (Tombouctou-Jenné-Ngorku) Robert Nicolaï 9: 1-34
Partial vowel harmony in Kera Karen H. Ebert Supp. 5: 75-80
Perception of tones of bisyllabic nouns in Yoruba Jean-Marie Hombert Supp. 6: 109-21
Perceptual transparency and relativization: a case study in Fula Saeed Ali & Yero Sylla Supp. 7: 1-l0
The perfect stem in Chi-mwi:ni and global rules Charles W. Kisseberth & Mohammad Iman Abasheik 6: 249-66
Personal pronouns, object markers, and syntactic evidence in Dho-Luo Gerard M. Dalgish 8: 101-120
Phonetic aspects of Dholuo vowels Leon C. Jacobson Supp. 7: 127-35
The phonetic structures of Hadza Bonny Sands, Ian Maddieson, and Peter Ladefoged 25.2: 171-204
A phonetico-semantic analysis of verb-noun contractions in Yoruba B. Rotimi Badejo 17: 85-94
Phonological allomorphy in Swahili: on the form of inanimate pronominal clitics Camillia N. Barrett-Keach 18: 263-98
Phonological processes in the noun class system of Lama Meterwa A. Ourso 20: 151-77
Phonological regularities in Akan-English code-switching Barn. Forson Supp. 8: 29-34
A phonological study of fe/fe/ -Bamileke (monograph) Larry M. Hyman Supp. 4
Phonology in the basilect: the fate of final consonants in Liberian Interior English John Victor Singler 22: 1-44
The phonology of Banda-Tangbago Douglas L. Sampson Supp. 9: 269-74
The phonology of vocalic height in Kikuria Chacha Nyaigotti Chacha and David Odden 27.2: 129-58
The place of Jiiddu in Proto-Soomaali Mohamed Nuuh Ali & Linda Arvanites Supp. 9: 6-10
Pluralization and noun-class remnants in Etsako Baruch Elimelech Supp. 6: 39-46
Possessive pronominalization and the so-called picture nouns in Efik Okon E. Essien 9: 121-42
A possible new cause of tone-splitting: evidence from Cama,Yoruba and other languages Ian Maddieson Supp. 5: 205-22
Pragmatic roles in Central Somali narrative discourse Douglas Biber 15: 1-26
Pre-pronominal markers in Chadic: problems and hypotheses Zygmunt Frajzyngier Supp. 8: 34-7
Prefix restructuring, lexical representation, and the Bantu noun Robert K. Herbert Supp. 7: 105-11
Presentative function and presentative movement Robert Hetzron Supp. 2: 79-108
Prestige languages and word borrowing: the changing status of Arabic and English in Kenya Margaret Ball Supp. 2: 131-40
Problémes de dynamique linguistique: recherches en prosodie Songhay Robert Nicolaï 13: 273-322
Problems in the metrical representation of tone David Odden Supp. 9: 254-7
Problems of stress placement in Swahili Anthony J. Vitale 13: 325-30
Prominence in Ngambay Ursula Wiesemann & Noel Djemadjioudjiel 12: 85-6
Pronouns and islands in Yoruba Herbert Stahlke 5: 171-204
Pronouns in Akoose Robert Hedinger 12: 277-90
Properties of applied objects in Kiswahili and Kindendeule Deo Ngonyani 27.1: 67-95
Prosodically-conditioned vowel shortening in Chindali Robert Botne 27.1: 97-121


Quantitive analysis of Swahili vocabulary Elena Bertoncini Supp. 9: 22-6
Question formation in Kusaal Nora C. England & William A. Ladusaw Supp. 9: 105-10


Raising in Berber Fatima Sadiqi 17: 219-248
Raising in Fur Janice L. Jake Supp. 9: 157-62
La reconstruction de quelques mots pour "mortier" en domaine bantou Annelies Bulkens 28.2: 113-53
A re-examination of the 9th vowel phoneme in Igbo Ambrose Adikamkwu Monye 20: 201-15
The reality of Hausa "low tone raising": a response to Newman and Jaggar Russell G. Schuh 20: 253-62
Réanalyze des tons du Bambara: des tons du nom à l'oganisation generale du systeme R Annie Rialland & Mamadou Badjime 20: 1-28
Reanalyzing prenasalized consonants Robert K. Herbert 6: 105-24
A reconsideration of Lingala temporal inflections Salikoko S. Mufwene 9: 91-105
Reconstruction of the syntax of subject emphasis in certain Chadic languages Russell G. Schuh Supp. 2: 67-78
The relation between the middle tone and "Empty Category Principle" violations in Krio Dudley D. Nylander 15: 163-75
Relative clauses in Anlo Ewe Marshall Lewis Supp. 9: 196-202
Relative clauses in Bantu A.E. Meeussen Supp. 2: 3-10
Relative time reference in the Bamileke tense system Larry M. Hyman 11: 227-37
Relativisation and the ordering of cross-reference rules in Hausa Patrick McConvell 8: 1-31
Relativization in Umbundu Benji Wald 1: 131-56
The religious factor in language nationalism — the case of KiSwahili in Kenya Al-Amin M. Mazrui 9: 223-31
A reply to Prof. Greenberg A.E. Meeussen Supp. 5: 119-21
A reply to a reply Paul Schachter Supp. 5: 278-82
Reply to Prof. Meeussen Joseph Greenberg Supp. 5: 122-4
The representation of vocalic object-affixes and tense-affixes in the Bakweri verb Orin D. Gensler Supp. 8: 38-43
A response to Clements and Goldsmith Mary M. Clark 11: 261-5
Response to Wilt, "discourse distances and the Swahili demonstratives" Robert A. Leonard 18: 97-105
Restrictive vs. nonrestrictive clauses in Hausa: where morphosyntax and semantics meet Philip J. Jaggar 27.2: 199-238
Resumptive pronouns in Tuki Edmond Biloa 21: 211-36
Rethinking inalienable possession in Swahili: the extensive case Carol Myers Scotton Supp. 8: 121-4
Rivers Pidgin (Creole) English: tone stress, or pitch-accent language? Nicholas Faraclas Supp. 9: 111-13
The role of borrowing in the justification of phonological grammars Larry M. Hyman 1: 1-48
The role of definitization in relative clause forming strategies John P. Hutchison Supp. 8: 59-64

The role of MSC's in Oshikwanyama loan phonology

The role of tense and aspect in Mbodomo narrative discourse

Aleksandra Steinbergs


Ginger Boyd







Les roles syntaxiques du pronom de classe en Hunde Kahombo Mateene 2: 165-82
Rule inversion and restructuring in Kamba Thomas J. Hinnebusch Supp. 5: 149-68
Rule inversion in Chadic Russell G. Schuh 3: 379-98
Rule inversion in Chadic: a closer look Donald G. Churma 13: 11-29
Rule inversion in Chadic: an explanation Zygmunt Frajzyngier 7: 195-210
Rule inversion in Chadic: a reply William R. Leben 5: 265-78


Safwa as a restricted tone system Jan Voorhoeve 4: 1-22
Segment sequences and segmental fusion Herbert F.W. Stahlke 7: 41-63
A segmental, automelodic view of Mende tone David J. Dwyer Supp. 9: 90-94
A semantic analysis of quantification: evidence from Baule Judith Timyan Supp. 8: 131-3
A semantic description of temporal reference in the Kikuyu verb Marion R. Johnson 11: 269-320
Semantic reality of Bantu noun classes: the Kikuyu case Michael Burton and Lorraine Kirk 7: 157-74
The semantics of noun classes in Proto-Bantu J. Peter Denny and Chet A. Creider 7: 1-30
The semantics of tense in Kinyarwanda Robert Botne 14: 235-63
Semisegmental phonology Donald G. Churma Supp. 9: 54-6
Sentence negation in Yoruba Ayo Banjo Supp. 5: 35-48
Serial verb constructions in Krio Wayne R. Williams Supp. 2: 47-66
Serial verbs Herbert Stahlke 1: 60-99
Serial verbs and government binding theory Ian Roberts Supp. 9: 262-8
Serial verbs in transition Carol Lord 4: 269-96
Shona verbal tones Kevin G. Donnelly 12: 245-75
Sibilantization in Gbe Hounkpatin C. Capo Supp. 8: 1-5
Silence and ritual response in Igbo discourse Bertram A. Okolo 20: 179-99
Size and shape ideophones in Nembe: a phonosemantic analysis Omen N. Maduka 19: 93-113
A sketch of Ongota, a dying language of Southwest Ethiopia Graziano Savá and Mauro Tosco 29.2: 59-136
The so-called reflexive pronouns and reflexivization in Ibibio Okon E. Essien 13: 93-108
Sociolinguistics and the question of a national language: the case of Ghana Eric Ofoe Apronti Supp. 5: 1-20
Some aspects of consonantal sound change in Kikamba P. Mumo Maundu Supp. 9: 220-23
Some aspects of LF movement in Iraqi Arabic Wafaa Wahba Supp. 9: 309-4
Some aspects of the Kera verbal system Karen H. Ebert Supp. 7: 33-44
Some considerations in establishing the basic word order of Podoko Elizabeth Jarvis 12: 155-67
Some considerations on the new lexeme beau in Lingala Salikoko S. Mufwene 8: 81-94
Some implications of low tone raising in southwestern Edo Ben Ohi Elube Supp. 7: 53-62
Some Kwa-like features of Djuka syntax George L. Huttar 12: 291-323
Some observations on the phonology of Mandekan: diachronic and synchronic regularity Charles S. Bird Supp. 2: 161-70
Some phonological aspects of the acquisition of Hausa Linda Dresel Supp. 7: 23-31
Some phonological problems that face Arab learners of English Girgis Z. Messiha Supp. 9: 224-7
Some syllable structure based rules of Tunisian Arabic Hafedh Halila Supp. 9: 135-40
Some theoretical issues in borrowing and code-switching F. Niyi Akinnaso Supp. 9: 1-5
Some Yoruba quantifier words and semantic interpretation Adenike S. Lawal 17: 95-105
Some Yoruba quantifier words and semantic interpretation: a critique L.O. Adewo¢le 20: 79-88
Some Yoruba quantifier words and semantic interpretation: a reply to a critique Adenike S. Lawal 20: 89-92
Sonrai causatives and passives: transformational versus lexical derivations for propositional heads Timothy Shopen and Mamadou Konaré 1: 211-54
South central Niger-Congo: a reclassification Patrick R. Bennett and Jan P. Sterk 8: 240-73
Spatial perception and linguistic encoding: a case study in Hausa and English Clifford Alden Hill Supp. 5: 135-48
Speaking backwards in Bakwiri Jean-Marie Hombert 4: 227-36
Specificity and definiteness in Dzamba Georges D. Bokamba 2: 217-38
Speech tempo, consonant deletion, and tones in Edo nouns Victor Edosa Omozuwa 20: 317-37
Speech-tone and other forces in Tsonga music Thomas F. Johnston 4: 49-70
Statistical demonstration of a meaning; the Swahili locatives in existential assertions Ellen Contini-Morava 7: 137-56
The stops of Owerri Igbo Peter Ladefoged Supp. 6: 147-63
Storyline concerns and word order typology in East and West Africa Robert E. Longacre Supp. 10
Strategies in constructing a definite description: some evidence from Kinyarwanda Wendy Wilkins and Alexandre Kimenyi 6: 151-70
A strategy for utterance production in Hausa Raymond O. Silverstein Supp. 6: 233-41
A strength hierarchy for a morpho-phonemic process in Tswana Ronald P. Schaefer 13: 147-76
A strength hierarchy for Tswana Ronald P. Schaefer Supp. 8: 114-17
Stress in Hausa: an experimental study Linda Hunter 11: 355-74
Studies in Chibemba and Bantu grammar (monograph) Talmy Givón Supp. 3
A study of the stylist the language of cartoons in Nigeria Modupe M. Alimi 22: 189-206
Stylistic rules in classical Arabic and the levels of grammar M.A Mohammad Supp. 9: 228-32
Sub-Saharan cultural extensions in Brazil: the relevance of lexical data John T. Schneider 16: 223-34
Subject identification strategies and free word order: the case of Sandawe Gerard M. Dalgish 10: 273-310
Subordinate clauses as topics in Godie Lynell Marchese Supp. 7: 157-64
Suprasegmental and segmental representation of tone William R. Leben Supp. 2: 183-200
Surface constraints and agreement resolution: some evidence from Xhosa Erhard Voeltz 2: 37-60
The Surma language group: a preliminary report M. Lionel Bender Supp. 7: 11-21
A survey of Kru dialects John Duitsman, Janna Bertkau & James Laesh 6: 77-104
Swahili e, ka, and nge as signals of meanings Robert A. Leonard 11: 209-26
Swahili demonstratives: evaluating the validity of competing semantic hypotheses Robert A. Leonard 16: 281-93
Swahili gestures: comments (vielezi) and exclamations (viingizi) Carol M. Eastman & Sh. Yahya Ali Omar Supp. 9: 95-9
Swahili relative clauses, a generalized phrase structure grammar analysis Andrea Tyler Supp. 9: 298-303
Swahili: genetic affiliations and evidence Thomas Hinnebusch Supp. 6: 95-108
Swati and Kikuyu reduplication: evidence against exhaustive copy Long Peng 22: 45-72
Syllable counting in Yoruba Baruch Elimelech 13: 77-88
Syllable weight as a phonological variable Paul Newman 3: 301-24
The synchronic behavior of basic color terms in Tswana and its diachronic implications Ronald P. Schaefer 14: 159-94
Syntactic binding and relative aspect markers in Hausa Anthony R. Davis Supp. 9: 72-7
Syntactic change in Lake-Bantu: a rejoinder Talmy Givón 5: 117-40
Syntactic change in the lake languages of northeast Bantu Benji Wald 4: 237-268
Syntactic correlates of notionally defined adverbial types in Yoruba David Oke Supp. 5: 232-52
The syntax and semantics of the morpheme ni in Kivunjo (Chaga) Gerald M. Dalgish 10: 47-63
The syntax of Baka and Kresh J. Ronayne Cowan Supp. 8: 16-20
The syntax of indicator particles in Somali part two: the construction of interrogative, negative and negative-interrogative clauses Francesco Antinucci 11: 1-37


The temporal role of Eastern Bantu -ba and -li Robert Botne 17: 303-17
Tense Innovation in the Kru language family Lynell Marchese 15: 189-213
Thematic linking in Hausa assymetric coordination Linda Schwartz 20: 29-62
Three cases of downstep in Venda Farida Cassimjee and Charles W. Kisseberth Supp. 9: 45-8
Tonal accent in Somali Larry M. Hyman 12: 169-203
Tonal feet and the adaptation of English borrowings into Hausa W.R. Leben 25.2: 139-54
Tonal icons in Bini Roger W. Wescott 4: 197-206

Tonal phenomena in Kishambaa

A tonal split in bound argument pronouns in Il-Keekonyokie Maa

David Odden

Kent Rasmussen





Tone-accent and prosodic domains in Wolaitta Azeb Amha 25.2: 111-38
Tone and affixation in Hausa Paul Newman 17: 249-67
Tone and intonation in Liberian English negation John Victor Singler Supp. 8: 124-28
Tone and the theory of syntax Sam A. Mchombo and Francis Moto Supp. 8: 92-5
Tone association and fO timing in Chichewa Scott Myers 28.2: 215-39
Tone features and tone rules Victoria Fromkin 3: 47-76
Tone in Abidji verb morphology Chantal Tresbarats 21: 107-43
Tone in Kikamba and the central Kenya Bantu languages K.C. Ford 7: 261-93
Tone in some Kikuyu verb forms Mary Pratt 3: 325-78
Tone in the Makonde dialects: Chimahuta David Odden 21: 149-87
Tone in the Makonde dialects: Chimaraba David Odden 21: 61-105
Tone preserving vowel reduction in Lendu Mirjana Trifkovic! 8: 121-5
The tone puzzle of Wobe Thomas Bearth and Christa Link 11: 147-207
Tone sandhi and vowel deletion in Margi Bernard Tranel 23: 111-84

Tone sensitive rules in Dida


Tone shift and spread in Taita I.

Jonathan D. Kaye and Monik Charette


David Odden



Supp. 8






Tone splitting and Gwandara ethnohistory Paul Newman Supp. 9: 233-7
Tone splitting and vowel quality: evidence from Lugbara Torben Andersen 17: 55-68[Errata 17:
Tone splitting: Lendu Mirjana Trifkovic! Supp. 7: 233-4
Tone-vowel height correlation and tone assignment in the patterns of verb and noun plurals in Hausa Nina Pilszczikova-Chodak 3: 399-422
Tones in old Moshi (Chaga) D. Nurse andG. Philippson 8: 49-80
The tones of nouns in Kikuyu K.C. Ford 6: 49-64
The tonology of Lomongo reduplication Julie B. Lovins 2: 257-70
Tonology of the Babanki noun Larry M. Hyman l0: 159-78
Topic in Zulgo Beat Haller and John Watters 15: 27-46
Topic shading in an unplanned Igbo discourse Bertram A. Okolo 18: 211-37
Topicality: an alternative to the relational view of Bantu passive Lee Trithart 10: 1-30

Topics in Yoruba dialect phonology [monograph]

Tout ton flottant bas autorise-t-il la propagation du ton haut précédent en dagara-wule?

Edward M. Fresco

Penou-Achille Somé

Supp. 1


Toward an Amharic case-grammar Robert Hetzron 1: 301-54
Towards a sociolinguistic theory of choosing a lingua franca (a system of costs and rewards in Kampala where Swahili is often a "best buy") Carol Myers Scotton Supp. 2: 109-30
Towards a standard literary dialect of Igbo Ebo Ubahakwe Supp. 8: 140-42
Toward a typology of directional motion for African languages Ronald P. Schaefer and Richard Gaines 26.2: 193-220
The treatment of geminates: evidence from Berber Jilali Saib 8: 299-316
Truth, belief and doubt in Kinyarwanda Talmy Givón and Alexandre Kimenyi Supp. 5: 95-114
Two kinds of moraic nasal in Ciyao Long Peng 24.1: 69-78
The two relative continuous markers in Hausa Roxana Ma Newman Supp. 6: 177-90
Types of genitive constructions in Chadic Russell G. Schuh Supp. 8: 117-21
A typological anomaly in some Surma languages Peter Unseth 18: 357-61
Typology of conditionals and conditionals in Haya Sukari Salone 10: 65-80


Underlying low tones in Ruwund Jay A. Nash 23: 223-78

Underspecification and low vowel harmony in Okpe

Ungeneralizable minimality in Ndebele

Douglas Pulleyblank

Laura J. Downing





Universals of downdrift: their phonetic basis and significance for a theory of tone Jean-Marie Hombert Supp. 5: 169-84
An unnatural class of consonants in SiSwati Paul Schachter Supp. 6: 211-20
Unusual consonant clusters and complex segments in Eggon Ian Maddieson Supp 8: 89-92
The use of L. Magyar's records (1859) for the history of Umbundu Istvan Fodor Supp. 7: 63-71


Varieties of passive in Hausa Philip Jaggar Supp. 8: 73-7
The verb in Akoose Robert Hedinger 16: 1-55
The verb status of the NP-linker in Ga H. M. Truteneau 4: 71-86
Verbal inflection in Kwawu Akan Richard Campbell 19: 205-32
Le verbe conjugué en Tem Robert De Craene 17: 1-37
Verb serialization and lexical decomposition Isaac George Supp. 6: 63-72
Verb serialization and lexical reanalysis: the case of compound verbs in Edo Rebecca N. Agheyisi 17: 269-82
Vocalisation patterns, prosodies, and Chadic reconstructions Ekkehard Wolff Supp. 8: 144-8
Vowel coalescence and tonal merger in Chagga (Old Moshi): a natural generative approach Sukari Salone 11: 75-100
Vowel contraction and vowel reduction in Mankon Jacqueline Warnier and Jan Voorhoeve 6: 125-50

Vowel harmony and the consonant in Chumburung

Vowel harmony in Gunu

Keith L. Snider

Larry M. Hyman





Vowel harmony and vowel alternation in Mayak (Western Nilotic) Torben Andersen 28.1: 1-29
Vowel harmony in Akan: a consideration of Stewart's word structure conditions George N. Clements 15: 321-37
Vowel harmony in Ewe George Clements 5: 281-302
Vowel harmony in Igbo and Diola-fogny Catherine O. Ringen 10: 262-71
Vowel harmony in Igede Michael Abiodun 22: 157-69
Vowel harmony in Kipsigis Bruce Martin Supp. 9: 215-19
Vowel neutralization in (Damagaram) Hausa Laurice Tuller Supp. 8: l36-40
The vowel system of Pero Zygmunt Frajzyngier 11: 39-74


Wh-movement and relativization in two creole languages: Cape Verdean (CV) and Haitian (H) John P. Hutchison Supp. 9: 146-50
Wh-movement in Yoruba Vicki Carstens Supp. 9: 39-44
What is a "negative equivalent"? Data from the Swahili negative tenses Ellen Contini-Morava Supp. 7: 165-73
What is downstep? a reply to Clark George N. Clements & John Goldsmith 11: 239-254
What sort of tone language is Mende? David J. Dwyer 9: 167-209
What's a word? Eugene W. Bunkowski Supp. 6: 1-12
Why Amharic is not a VSO language Grover Hudson 3: 127-66
Wm. E. Welmers: a biographical sketch and list of publications Leon C. Jacobson Supp. 6: vii-xv
Word order freedom and the status of the verb phrase in Makua Susan U. Stucky Supp. 8: 128-31
Word order function typology: the Amharic connection Greta D. Little 9: 83-90



Yoruba pe and ki: verbs or complementizers Adenike S. Lawal 22: 73-97
Yoruba relativisation and the continuous segment principle Adenike S. Lawal 18: 67-79
Yoruba serial verb string commutability constraint S. Ayotunde Ekundayo Supp. 8: 21-4
Yoruba vowel co-occurrence restrictions Olasope Oyelaran 4: 155-82
Yoruba: a 'terraced-level' language with three tonemes Karen Courtenay 2: 239-56


Zulu pronouns and the structure of discourse Euphrasia Kunene 6: 171-84