The Chimini Lexicon Exemplified

Written by Mohammad Imam Abasheikh & Charles W. Kisseberth

This volume attempts (a) to document the lexicon of Chimwiini and (b) to exemplify the morphological, phrasal and sentential patterns of the language as fully as possible given the limitations of our research. Given these goals, most of the lexical entries (whether lexical words or morphological units) are exemplified by multiple examples.
The Chimini Lexicon Exemplified

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