Studies in African Linguistics
Title Index

| A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M |
| N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z |

A

195-236
/-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

B


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

C


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
The consecutive morpheme in Bamileke-Ngomba Scott Satre 39.1 35-76
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
The curious case of auxiliary –many’a in Lwitaxo Robert Botne 38.2 93-112

D


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

E


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
Emplois et valeurs des marqueurs wáy et mànà en
Hawsa
Mohaman Bachir Attouman 38.1 1-34
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

15

30.1:

301-20

59-74

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

F


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
The ‘forgotten’ structure of Ikalanga relatives Rose Letsholo 38.2 131-154
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

G


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

H


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

30.2:

221-32

171-194

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
 


I


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
Issues in noun classification and noun class
assignment in Gújjolay Eegimaa (Banjal) and
other Jóola languages
Serge Sagna 39.1 1-34
 

J



K


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

L


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

28.2

:

241-66

 

 

 

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

17

 

29.1:

69-83

 

75-90

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 20 263-64
Luganda verb morphology: a new analysis of the
suffixes [-YE] and [-A] and their distribution across the
indicative, subjunctive and imperative moods
Franca Ferrari-
Bridgers
38.1 263-4

M


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

N


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

29.1

:

43-5

95-126

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

4

30.1:

183-96

113-114

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


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

 

6

29.1:

1-22

1-42

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

21

 

30.2:

189-210

 

121-46

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

P


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

Q


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

R


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

16

 

29.1:

89-101

 

43-74

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

S


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 Afitti phonology Alex de Voogt 38.1 35-51
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
Symbolic indexing in Oromo Mi’eessaa Yaachis &
Robbin Clamons
38.2 155-192
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

T


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

13

30.1:

177-208

1-32

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

 

30.1:

82-5

 

75-112

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

30.2

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

U


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

17

30.1:

119-53

33-58

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

V


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
The verbal morphology and phonology of Asante
Twi
Mary Paster 39.1 77-120
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

15

30.2:

47-57

147-170

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

W


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 happens to class when a language dies?
Language change vs. language death
G. Tucker Childs 38.2 113-154
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

X



Y


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

Z


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