2 edition of dictionary of the Motu language of Papua found in the catalog.
dictionary of the Motu language of Papua
|Statement||by R. Lister-Turner and J. B. Clark.|
|Contributions||Clark, J. B., Chatterton, Percy|
|LC Classifications||PL6257.Z5 T8 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||58052444|
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Full text of "A grammar of the Motu language of Papua. by R. Lister-Turner and J.B. by Percy Chatterton" See other formats A GRAMMAR OF THE MOTU LANGUAGE Percy Rev, R.
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Languages of Papua New Guinea. A dictionary of Police Motu. Statement of Responsibility: Brett, Richard, Raymond Brown, Ruth Brown, and Velma M. Foreman. Authors: Brett, Richard. Search the entire SIL Global Language & Culture Archives.
The essay on "The connection of the Motu language with Indonesian and Melanesian," which appeared as an introduction to the original book, is also reprinted here." Description: pages. 24. Dictionary of the Motu language of Papua.
Sydney, A.H. Pettifer, Govt. printer [?] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: R Lister-Turner; J B Clark; Percy Chatterton.
A dictionary of the Motu language of Papua. Responsibility by R. Lister-Turner and J. Clark. Edition The essay on "The connection of the Motu language with Indonesian and Melanesian," which appeared as an introduction to the original book, is also reprinted here." Browse related items.
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Hiri Motu, also known as Police Motu, Pidgin Motu, or just Hiri, is a language of Papua New Guinea. It is a simplified version of Motu, of the Austronesian language family.
Although it is strictly neither a pidgin nor a creole, it possesses some features of both language types. Phonological and grammatical differences make Hiri Motu mutually unintelligible with ge family: Austronesian, Malayo. Motu or MOTU may refer to: Motu people; Motu language, a language of Papua New Guinea; Motu proprio, a type of Papal document; Mark of the Unicorn (MOTU), a maker of professional audio hardware and software ; Masters of the Universe, an action figure line of the s, commonly abbreviated as MotU or MOTU.
A dictionary of the Lakalai (Nakanai) language of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Ann Chowning and Ward H. Goodenough Lakalai (Nakanai) is an Austronesian language of Papua New Guinea spoken in 42 coastal and hinterland villages in five dialects spread along the coastal strip and hinterland of KimbeAuthor: Ann Chowning, Ward H.
Goodenough. Papua New Guinea definition: a country in the SW Pacific ; consists of the E half of New Guinea, the Bismarck | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. & Clark, J. [?], A dictionary of the Motu language of Papua / by R. Lister-Turner and J.B. Clark A.H. Pettifer, Government Printer Sydney Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
a pidginized version of the Motu language, used as a lingua franca in Papua, originally chiefly by the police Also called: Hiri Motu Collins English Dictionary. Excerpt from A Grammar of the Motu Language of Papua: By R. Lister-Turner and J.
Clark, Edited by Percy Chatterton. Two Dictionaries will be available for use in conjunction with this Grammar. The larger will be a reprint, with a few additions, of the very comprehensive vocabulary which formed the second part of Messrs.
Turner and Clark's : R Lister Turner. an official language of Papua New Guinea. It is a pidgin based primarily on Motu.The Dictionary and grammar of Hiri Motu Papua New Guinea Government, Office of Information [Port Moresby?] Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
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Motu language -- Dictionaries -- English. English language -- Dictionaries -- Motu. Papua New Guinea -- History. Notes. Cover title. "The Motu dictionary information in this booklet is from Revs. Lister Turner and J. Clark's book 'A grammar of the Motu language of Papua' 2nd edition, " -- p.
Language. English Dewey Number. Languages of Papua New Guinea. Dictionary Tan Vegiau Faa Saposa Tan Faa English An Tok Pisin = Dictionary of Words in the Saposa Language English Language and Melanesian Pigin.
Dooraʼ eeʼnoko seen. E sitoli noke te Buinilainke. Epinan 8. A dictionary of Police Motu. InTom Kitto took the first step by arranging for local brothers to translate a chapter of the book “Let God Be True”* into Motu, the local Port Moresby language.
Over two hundred copies of that mimeographed chapter, entitled “The ‘New Earth,’” were distributed in pamphlet form, delighting many Motu-speaking people. Tok Pisin is one of the three national languages of Papua New Guinea.
It is a form of Melanesian Pidgin English that was developed in the early 's as a result of increased travel and economic activity between the Melanesians and Europeans, and is still used today as one of the most dominant and universal languages in the country of Papua.
This is the largest Tok Pisin dictionary/translator on the web, but there are many words still missing - please help build this resource for everyone to use.
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"Compiled for the Administration of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea by the Summer Institute of Linguistics on the basis of field work carried out throughout Papua in a companion volume to A survey of Motu and Police Motu"--Tip-in. From the Breon Mitchell collection of bi-lingual dictionaries.
In original blue-green textured wrappers. Motu language -- Dictionaries. Notes. This dictionary was compiled for the Administration of the Territory of Papua and New Guinea by the Summer Institute of Linguistics on the basis of field work carried out throughout Papua in The best online Tok Pisin English bilingual dictionary with definitions, example sentences and usage tips.
It is of great benefit not only to the people who want to learn Tok Pisin but also to those who speak Tok Pisin and want to improve their English. This book is the most comprehensive and authoritative survey of the traditional pottery of Papua New Guinea ever produced.
The authors have made a thorough analysis of pottery-making throughout Papua New Guinea based on eight years of field work. They proffer a first-hand account of clay preparation, pottery formation, and firing techniques, interwoven with.
good translation in English-Hiri Motu dictionary. having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified; "good news from the hospital"; "a good report card"; "when she was good she was very very good"; "a good knife is one good for cutting"; "this stump will make a good picnic table"; "a good check"; "a good joke"; "a good exterior paint"; "a good.
Tok Pisin (or New Guinea Pidgin) is spoken in Papua New Guinea, and is closely related to Pijin blong Solomon (Solomon Islands), Bislama (Vanuatu), and Ailan Tok (Torres Strait); these Bislamic languages are descended from a pidgin which formed around or The vocabulary is 5/6 Indo-European (mostly English, some German, Portuguese, and Latin), 1/7.
one translation in English-Hiri Motu dictionary. ho Unai bamona idia hereva badina idia ese kara haida, hegeregere rara henia hanai, Keristani gini siri karana, kuku ania, bona kara maorodia dekenai Witnes taudia edia lalohadai Baibel amo be idia ura henia lasi.
Hiri a.k.a. Hiri Motu language: Hiri Motu, also known as Police Motu, Pidgin Motu, or just Hiri, is an official language of Papua New Guinea. It is a simplified version of Motu, of the Austronesian language family. read more about Hiri Motu language; Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Hiri.
Boroma is, of course, the Hiri Motu (formerly Police Motu) form for ‘pig’ (Lawes ; Dutton & Voorhoeve ), so it does not show up in any of the Pidgin dictionaries. Boromakau may be, simply, the way the Eleman language speaker (in the Central Division, now Gulf. Study Conference on Police Motu ( Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea); Papua New Guinea.
Department of Information and Extension Services. Port Moresby. Handbook of Tok Pisin: New Guinea Pidgin Stephen Adolphe Wurm, P. Mühläusler Research School of Pacific Studies, The Australian National University, - Language Arts & Disciplines. Dictionary. Blog. Search br.
Hiri. noun topics Hiri -noun See definition in Dictionary language spoken in Papua New Guinea. Related terms. There are five to seven hundred different languages in Papua New Guinea, and Tok Pisin is a lingua franca that makes communication possible across these many language boundaries within the newly independent nation.
English and Hiri Motu (another pidgin) also serve this purpose, but to a much more limited by: 3. Tok Pisin (New Guinea Pidgin English) is becoming increasingly important as a lingua franca in Papua New Guinea, even though English is the country's official language.
Buy The Dictionary and Grammar of Hiri Motu by Papua New Guinea Office of Information, Wood, Frank (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. With the aid of students at DWU, it aims to be a community-based dictionary of the Motu language as it is used in the 21st century.
Staff at DWU hope in this way to contribute to the vitality of the Motu language and of the Motu culture of which it is the voice. all catalog, articles, website, & more in one search catalog books, media & more in the Stanford Libraries' collections articles+ journal articles & other e-resources.
If you guessed this one correctly, then you are a true language aficionado. Papua New Guinea has over languages, or to be precise. Of those languages, nearly all are indigenously spoken, with very little immigrant influence. Despite so many languages in one country, the three officially considered are English, Hiri Motu, and Tok Pisin.
ONLINE Police Motu: an introduction to the trade language of Papua (New Guinea) for anthropologists and other fieldworkers. Wurm, S. A. (Stephen Adolphe), Linguistic Circle of Canberra publications.LANGUAGE & LINGUISTICS IN MELANESIA. Journal of the Linguistic Society of Papua New Guinea ISSN: The dialects of the Raro language of Papua by M.
Davis. The Dictionary & Grammar of Hiri Motu (The Office of Information, Port Moresby) – T. Dutton.During her time in Saroa she translated many works from Welsh and English to the Motu language, one of the 14 main languages spoken in Papua, and the country's official language after independence.
Sue Rankin was also prominent in the .