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Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language, Mamba River Papua

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Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language, Mamba River Papua by Copland King Download PDF EPUB FB2

Grammar and dictionary of the Binandere language, Mamba River, North Division, Papua / compiled by Copland King ; with an introduction by Sidney H. Ray D.S. Ford Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language, Mamba River Papua by Copland King,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language. Mamba River, North Division, Papua: Authors: King, Copland: Keywords: Binandere - Grammar Greater Binanderean Languages Nuclear Trans New Guinea Languages Indo-pacific Languages: Issue Date: Cited by: 3.

61 rows  Binandere is a Papuan language spoken in the "tail" of Papua New Guinea. Language family: Trans–New. Grammar and dictionary of the Binandere language: Mamba River, North Division, Papua.

By C. King. Abstract. LoC Class: PLB54, LoC Subject Headings: Binandere language--Dictionaries--English, Binandere language--Grammar, Papuan languages--Dialect Topics: bhg - Binandere Author: C.

King. Language Binandere Descriptions. King Grammar and dictionary of the Binandere language: Mamba River, North Division, Papua; Wilson Binandere verbal structures. OLAC resources in and about the Binandere language ISO bhg The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language.

Binandere language group, and doing some Bible translation. This past 17 December to 8 January we completed the Binandere Dialect Survey. The Binandere language has been given the code [BHG] by the Ethnologue database (Grimes ).

It is a Papuan language and member of the eastern Trans-New Guinea Phylum. Located in the Binandere Stock. Then the Binandere moved in a southeast direction until they reached Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language river systems of the Bareji and the Musa.

There, they emerged as an entity with their own identity as a people. Leaving the Musa they followed the rivers to the coast and migrated along the seaboard towards the by: The Gathang people of NSW mid-north coast are reviving their Grammar and Dictionary of the Binandere Language and culture and passing it on to their children.

Gathang (or Kattang) is a general name for the language also known as Birrbay (Biripi), Guringay (Gringai) and Warrimay (Worimi), technically these are dialects of the same language.

This grammar and dicitonary has been developed with extensive community. Full text of "Dictionary And Grammar Of The Language Of." See other formats.

Relatively little historical-comparative work has been done on the languages of the vast Trans New Guinea family, and this book breaks new ground with a study of the Binanderean languages of the Morobe and Oro Provinces of southeast mainland Papua New by: 3.

A Pioneer of Papua Being the Life of the Rev. Copland King, M.A. One of the First Two Missionaries of the New Guinea Mission. By the Right Reverend Gilbert White, D.D. London: SPCK, Sydney: The Australian Board of Missions, Appendix. Translations by the Rev.

Copland King into the Wedauan and Binandere languages: WEDAUAN. Book - A grammar and dictionary of Gathang: the language of the Birrbay, Guringay and Warrimay.

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The Book of Common Prayer in the Binandere Language, Papua. London: Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, Binandere is part of a group of languages used in easternmost Papua New Guinea. An earlier Anglican liturgical translation from is available online at this address. The Greater Binanderean or Guhu-Oro languages are a language family spoken along the northeast coast of the Papuan Peninsula – the "Bird's Tail" of New Guinea – and appear to be a recent expansion from the north.

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ISO bhg. Classification. Trans-New Guinea. Benunu tepo ae sakrament da kandoari ae ekalesia da jimbo nenei ainda book England da ekalesia da jimbo ango () Book of Common Prayer digitized by Richard Mammana King, Copland.

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Luke, translated into the language spoken by the Binandere tribes, Papua New South Wales Auxiliary to the British and Foreign Bible Society Sydney Australian/Harvard Citation. British and Foreign Bible Society.

It is spoken by ab people inhabiting the villages on the Mamba and Gira Rivers, and on the lower reaches of the Opi River, and in the Mamba and Kumusi divisions of the territory of Papua.' "The language occupies a similar position in the western portion of the Church mission field in Papua to that of Wedau in the east and of Mukawa.

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