The reconstruction of its phonology and parts of its morphology and lexicon
K. Alexander Adelaar
This work is a revised PhD thesis of the author where, as a result of extensive field work in Borneo, he seeks to determine elements of the grammar and vocabulary of the Proto-Malayic language, from which it is thought that all Malay languages and dialects stem. By using established linguistic techniques he also seeks to determine the geographical origin of the original Proto-Malayic speakers. The work is out of print and is made available to customers of the Penang Bookshelf with the permission of the author. 266 pages including two appendices, a list of references and an index. The book's chapters are
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Published by Pacific Linguistics, Australian National University, Canberra 1992.
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