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PostPosted: Thu 12 Aug 2010, 17:05 
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Non-English Resources:

An Extensive List of Japanese Learning Resources, by Flaminius

Jim Breen's List of Resources

Japanese Language lessons

[*] Irabu Ryukyuan (Sketch), by Michinori Shimoji

[*] Foot and Rhythmic Structure in Irabu Ryukyuan, by Michinori Shimoji

[*] Epistemic Modality in Irabu Ryukyuan, by Michinori Shimoji

[*] (ja) Copula sentence structure in Irabu Ryukyuan

[*] Property concepts in Irabu Ryukyuan, by Michinori Shimoji

[*] An instrumental analysis of the two tone system in Ikema Ryukyuan, by Yuka Hayashi, Yosuke Igarashi, Yukinori Takubo and Tomoyuki Kubo

[*] Tonal Alternation and Rhythmic Structure in Irabu Ryukyuan, by Michinori Shimoji and Hayashi Yuka

[*]Descriptive units and categories in Irabu, by Michinori Shimoji

[*] (ja) On the Obstruentization of Old Japanese /w/ : Focusing on the Miyako and Yaeyama Dialects, by Chokujin Uchima

[*] (ja) Some verbal paradigms in Miyako, by Nakama Mitsunari

[*] Pragmatic factors in the development of a switch-adjective language: A case study of the Miyako-Hirara dialect of Ryukyuan, by Yulia Koloskova and Toshio Ohori

[*]Standard Japanese and the Hirara Dialect: A Case of Linguistic Convergence, by John J. Chew[/list]

Okinawan

Tarama-Minna

Yonaguni
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Focus in Chechen
Verb conjugation in Tundra Nenets
CONVENTIONS OF POLITE SPEECH IN NAHUATL
Guugu Yimithirr Cardinal Directions
"Uphill" and "Downhill" in Tzeltal
Spatial Cases

Relativization and nominalization in Bodic
Nominalizations in Bodic Languages
Nominalization in Rawang
Nominalization and focus constructions in some Kiranti languages
From discourse to grammar in Tamang: topic, focus, intensifiers and subordination
Transitivity in Ao and other languages of Nagaland
Transitivity in the Puxi Variety of Qiang
RECIPROCAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN TURKIC LANGUAGES (TYPOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS)
Aspects of the grammar of Thulung Rai:an endangered Himalayan language
SHǏXĪNG, A SINO-TIBETAN LANGUAGE OF SOUTH-WEST CHINA: A GRAMMATICAL SKETCH WITH TWO APPENDED TEXTS
A Grammar of Atong
Converb Constructions in Darma— A Tibeto-Burman Language
From Prefixes to Suffixes: Typological Change in Northern Australia
Morphology Building Syntax: Constructive Case in Australian Languages
The Reconstruction of Nyulnyulan Complex Predication
On the Typological and Genetic Affiliation of Jingulu
Local case-marking in Kalasha
An Acoustic Analysis of Vowel Pronunciation in Swedish Dialects
A Dictionary of the Kentish Dialect and Provincialisms in the Use in the County of Kent
A Glossary of the Provincialisms in Use in the County of Sussex
http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/grammar-morphosyntax-lessons.php
Ngarla
A quite useful link with definitions of linguistic terms.
A Course in Phonetics - Peter Ladefoged
Interrogative words: an exercise in lexical typology
Content Interrogatives in Asheninca Campa (Arawak): Corpus study and
Typological Comparison

Pre-Aspiration in the Nordic Languages - Synchronic and diachronic aspects
Causative Constructions in Ainu: A Typological Perspective with Remarks on Diachrony
On the So-Called “Passive Voice” in Ainu
Evidentials that come from nouns: a case of Ainu
The relationship between demonstratives and interrogatives.
A typology of non-selective interrogative pronominals.
Questions and Word Order in Polynesian
A comparison of general classifiers in Tai-Kadai languages
A good stop for a short and concise introduction to the basic typology of indefinite pronouns.
Another place to get started on conlanging.
http://www.eva.mpg.de/lingua/tools-at-l ... inguaQ.php
The Seven Benyamin [sic] for Hebrew Verbs
Introduction to Hebrew Verbal Patterns, Stems, Binyanim
Context Dependency in the Semantics of the Samoan Positive
How to do comparison in a language without degrees: a semantics for the comparative in Fijian
Emergent patterns of the Vowels in Singaporean English
Reduced vowels in SE Asian English: should we be teaching them?
The features of Singapore English pronunciation: should we be teacing them?
UD Phonology Lab Stress Pattern Database
(for example)

Word-Prosodic Typology: Universals vs. Diversity
Larry M.Hyman (UC Berkeley), EALING Course Handout, E.N.S. Paris, September 11-13, 2012
http://ealing.cognition.ens.fr/ealing2012/handouts/Hyman/Hyman%20Ealing%20Class%20Sept%202012.pdf

Do All Languages Have Word Accent?
Or: What’s so great about being universal?

Larry M. Hyman
University of California, Berkeley
Draft of Paper presented at the Conference on Word Accent: Theoretical and Typological Issues,
University of Connecticut, April 30, 2010 • Comments Welcome

How many constraints are there? A preliminary inventory of OT phonological constraints
Karen C. Ashley, Lynette Disch, David C. Ford, Erin MacSaveny, Steve Parker,Carla Unseth, Angela M. Williams, Rachel Wong, and Brendon Yoder
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas, 2010

CONSTRAINTS ON PATTERNS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY STRESS

Henry Churchyard's Linguistics Pages

THE DOMICILE ERECTED BY JOHN. Translated from the Vulgate.

Linguist List Web Resource Listings
Prifysgol Caerdydd's (Cardiff University's) Stress System Database
http://www.amazon.com/METRICAL-THEORY-Outstanding-dissertations-linguistics/dp/082405430X

(The StressTyp database has already been mentioned.)

Surrey Morphology Group Databases

(maybe http://dwightbolinger.net/ ? )

The Phonetics and Phonology of Semitic Pharyngeals: http://people.umass.edu/jjmccart/guttural.pdf
Syllables and Moras in Arabic: https://wcmprodlb.ucalgary.ca/dflynn/fi ... ky06_0.pdf

Romanization in Arabic: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/romanization/arabic.pdf
How to type Arabic characters on your computer: http://www.language.iastate.edu/lsrc/docs/arabic.pdf
An Introduction to Koranic and Classical Arabic: http://special.worldofislam.info/Arabic ... Arabic.pdf
Basic Arabic Grammar: http://www.arabic-studio.com/support-fi ... review.pdf
A Brief Journey Through Arabic Grammar: http://www.studyquran.co.uk/appb1.pdf
Grammar Hints for Arabic: http://www.indiana.edu/~csme/GrammarHintsfinal.pdf
Arabic Alphabet: http://www.anacereddine.com/Grammar-Alphabet-.pdf
Colloquial Arabic (Levantine): http://images.saharaman.multiply.multip ... =119716816

http://www.grammatica.eu/

UAlberta Prof. David Beck's webpage with publications on Totonac, Salishan languages, and various general linguistic subjects

Kokama-Kokamilla (Tupi-Guarani?)
Tapiete (Tupi-Guarani)

Wanano (Tucanoan)
Barasano (Tucanoan)

Carib (Cariban)
Wayana (Cariban)
Tiriyo (Cariban)
Another Tiriyo grammar (Cariban, apparently a different dialect)

Amahuaca (Panoan)
Nzadi grammar and a Mecayapan Nahuatl grammar
Web version of a Lakhota sketch, Rood and Taylor.
http://www.foundalis.com/lan/greek.htm
A hierarchy of locations: Evidence from the encoding of direction in adpositions and cases.
MRI images of palatalized stop consonants and spirants in Russian

Proto-Indo-European Phonology
Proto-Indo-European Family Tree
Proto-Indo-European Outline
From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic
Proto-Indo-European Nouns

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I hope this is the right place, but this place can act as a conglomeration of linguistic resources from the web:

Here are 2 from me:
A very interesting shorthand system
Maya Script

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 Post subject: Re: Linguistic Resources
PostPosted: Thu 12 Aug 2010, 17:21 
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A virtual plethora of resources: http://wiki.penguindeskjob.com/Natlang_Resources

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Basics:
Glossary of Linguistic Terms
The Language Construction Kit

X-SAMPA/CXS

Phonetics, Phonology & IPA:
A Cross-Linguistic Typology of Nasal Harmony
Interactive Sagittal Section
IPA Charts - Paul Meier
IPA Charts - Voice & Speech Source
Nasal Harmony As Prosody-Driven Agreement
Tone and Segmental Structure
Typology and Occurrence of Pharyngeals and Pharyngealization around the World

Grammatical Features:
Case Pattern Splits, Verb Types, and Construction Competition
Case Stacking in Realizational Morphology
Changing Valency - Case Studies in Transitivity
Clause Types
Ditransitive Clauses
Middle as a Basic Voice System
The role of benefactives and related notions in the typology of purpose clauses
Tense Beyond the Verb: Encoding Clausal Tense/Aspect/Mood on Nominal Dependents
Towards an Understanding of the Meaning of Nominal Tense
Typology of Ergativity by William McGregor


Scripts:
A very interesting shorthand system
Introduction to Mayan Heiroglyphs
Temple of Inscriptions: The K'atun Histories and Period-ending Rites of the Temple of Inscriptions
A Preliminary Classic Maya Vocabulary of Hieroglyphic Readings

Natlangs:
The Aboriginal Language of Sydney
An Acoustic Description of High Vowel Syncope in Lezgian
Andamanese
Anishinaabemowin
Basic English Syntax with Exercises
A Bibliography of Salish Linguistics
A Carib grammar and dictionary
Causative and applicative constructions in Australian Aboriginal Languages
Chukchee
Clause combining in Chechen
Contrast and Phonological Activity in the Nez Perce Vowel System
A Grammar and Dictionary of the Samoan Language
A Grammar of Abui
A grammar of Galo, a Tibeto-Burman language from North India
A grammar of Kokota, an Austronesian language in the Solomons.
A grammar of Oogami, a dialect of the Ryukyuan language Miyako
A grammar of Southern Sierra Miwok
Gender and person agreement in Cicipu discourse
The Georgian Language
The Handbook of Proro-Tibeto-Burman (800 pages)
High and Low Applicatives: Evidence from Lai
Himalayn linguistics papers
A History of the Iroquoian Languages
How Do We Describe Demonstratives in Yuwan Ryukyuan?
An introduction to Ryukyuan languages
Jap Van Eijk's Bibliography of Salish Linguistics
Jingulu grammar, dictionary, and texts
Kamilaroi/Gamilaraay Dictionary
The Kinkade Collection: the On-Line Archive of Papers for the International Conference on Salish (and Neighbo(u)ring) Languages
Kiribati Language Lessons
Kriol - Inglish Dikshenri
Lakota Dictionary Online
The Lak Language
Learning to construct verbs in Navajo and Quechua
A Lexicographic Study of Ulwa
A Linguistic Analysis and Learnerís Reference for Georgian Verbs - Page 8
Marshallese Language Training Manual
Mon-Khmer Comparative Dictionary
The Mon-Khmer Studies Journal
More on Papuan Languages
Mutsun Grammar
Native American Words
Navajo Coordination
Nez Perce Verb Morphology
Nominal juxtaposition in Australian languages: An LFG analysis
Nominalization in Okinawan: From a diachronic and comparative perspective
Old Akkadian
An Outline of the Morphology and Phonology of Saanich, North Straits Salish
Passive and Characteristic Possession in Oceanic
PDFs on Tibeto-Burman topics
The Phonetics and Phonology of Australian Aboriginal Languages
Possessive Prefixes Which Occur With Obligatorily Possessed Awa Nouns
Practical Grammar of the Pali Language
Remarks on the Syntax of the Navajo Verb
Resources of Wakashan Languages
Shodon: A Dialect of the Northern Ryukyus
Spatial Reference in Momu
Split Ergativity in Warlpiri
Studies in Southern Wakashan (Nootkan) Grammar
Switch-reference in Amele and logophoric verbal suffix in Gokana: a generalized neo-Gricean pragmatic analysis
A taxonomy of Lushootseed valency-increasing affixes
Texts in Eastern Algonquian languages
Tibeto-Burman Copulas
Tlapanec Cases
A typologically oriented portrait of the Athabaskan language family
Ubykh-English dictionary
Unraveling the History of the Vowels of Seventeen Northern Vanuatu Languages
Valence change and Oroko verb morphology (Mbonge dialect)
Verbal agreement in Proto-Tibeto-Burman
Vocabulary of Rotokas--Pidgin--English
The Wagiman online dictionary
The Watam Language
Word Order in Paraguayan Guaraní
The Yarli Languages
The Yimas Language

Lessons:


Databases:
California Language Archive
CALS
Languages Directory
Omniglot
The Online Database of Interlinear Text
Universals Archive
WALS

Books:
African influence in Gullah
A Grammar of Wardaman: A Language of the Northern Territory of Australia
The languages of Japan
The Oceanic Languages
Okinawan-English wordbook: a short lexicon of the Okinawan language with English definitions and Japanese Cognates
Onondaga-English/English-Onondaga Dictionary
Verb Classification in Australian Languages

Blogs & Opinions:
Linguaphiles
Paleoglot
Ranto
Why Esperanto Is Not My Favorite Artificial Language


Other Resources:
Etymonline
Tree Form
Base Number - Decimal Number Conversion
UBC Ling Dept LaTeX group
Linguistics Research Center

Non-English Resources:
Amami Dialect Database - JAPANESE
The Phonemes of the Shodon dialect in Amami-Oshima (Part 2) - JAPANESE
Let's speak Yoron - JAPANESE
Nominalization in Yoron - JAPANESE
Sample Clip and Transcription of Hachijo - JAPANESE
Brief Summary of the Hachijo Dialect - JAPANESE



An Extensive List of Japanese Learning Resources, by Flaminius
Kanji Transliterator, from Kanji to Hiragana or Romaji
Jim Breen's List of Resources
Japanese Language lessons
An Introduction to the Japanese Language, by Tomioka



Focus in Chechen
Verb conjugation in Tundra Nenets
CONVENTIONS OF POLITE SPEECH IN NAHUATL
Guugu Yimithirr Cardinal Directions
"Uphill" and "Downhill" in Tzeltal
Spatial Cases

Relativization and nominalization in Bodic
Nominalizations in Bodic Languages
Nominalization in Rawang
Nominalization and focus constructions in some Kiranti languages
From discourse to grammar in Tamang: topic, focus, intensifiers and subordination
Transitivity in Ao and other languages of Nagaland
Transitivity in the Puxi Variety of Qiang
RECIPROCAL CONSTRUCTIONS IN TURKIC LANGUAGES (TYPOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS)
Aspects of the grammar of Thulung Rai:an endangered Himalayan language
SHǏXĪNG, A SINO-TIBETAN LANGUAGE OF SOUTH-WEST CHINA: A GRAMMATICAL SKETCH WITH TWO APPENDED TEXTS
A Grammar of Atong
Converb Constructions in Darma— A Tibeto-Burman Language
From Prefixes to Suffixes: Typological Change in Northern Australia
Morphology Building Syntax: Constructive Case in Australian Languages
The Reconstruction of Nyulnyulan Complex Predication
On the Typological and Genetic Affiliation of Jingulu
Local case-marking in Kalasha
An Acoustic Analysis of Vowel Pronunciation in Swedish Dialects
A Dictionary of the Kentish Dialect and Provincialisms in the Use in the County of Kent
A Glossary of the Provincialisms in Use in the County of Sussex
http://www.nativlang.com/linguistics/grammar-morphosyntax-lessons.php
Ngarla
A quite useful link with definitions of linguistic terms.
A Course in Phonetics - Peter Ladefoged
Interrogative words: an exercise in lexical typology
Content Interrogatives in Asheninca Campa (Arawak): Corpus study and
Typological Comparison

Pre-Aspiration in the Nordic Languages - Synchronic and diachronic aspects
Causative Constructions in Ainu: A Typological Perspective with Remarks on Diachrony
On the So-Called “Passive Voice” in Ainu
Evidentials that come from nouns: a case of Ainu
The relationship between demonstratives and interrogatives.
A typology of non-selective interrogative pronominals.
Questions and Word Order in Polynesian
A comparison of general classifiers in Tai-Kadai languages
A good stop for a short and concise introduction to the basic typology of indefinite pronouns.
Another place to get started on conlanging.
http://www.eva.mpg.de/lingua/tools-at-l ... inguaQ.php
The Seven Benyamin [sic] for Hebrew Verbs
Introduction to Hebrew Verbal Patterns, Stems, Binyanim
Context Dependency in the Semantics of the Samoan Positive
How to do comparison in a language without degrees: a semantics for the comparative in Fijian
Emergent patterns of the Vowels in Singaporean English
Reduced vowels in SE Asian English: should we be teaching them?
The features of Singapore English pronunciation: should we be teacing them?
UD Phonology Lab Stress Pattern Database
(for example)

Word-Prosodic Typology: Universals vs. Diversity
Larry M.Hyman (UC Berkeley), EALING Course Handout, E.N.S. Paris, September 11-13, 2012
http://ealing.cognition.ens.fr/ealing2012/handouts/Hyman/Hyman%20Ealing%20Class%20Sept%202012.pdf

Do All Languages Have Word Accent?
Or: What’s so great about being universal?

Larry M. Hyman
University of California, Berkeley
Draft of Paper presented at the Conference on Word Accent: Theoretical and Typological Issues,
University of Connecticut, April 30, 2010 • Comments Welcome

How many constraints are there? A preliminary inventory of OT phonological constraints
Karen C. Ashley, Lynette Disch, David C. Ford, Erin MacSaveny, Steve Parker,Carla Unseth, Angela M. Williams, Rachel Wong, and Brendon Yoder
Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics, Dallas, 2010

CONSTRAINTS ON PATTERNS OF PRIMARY AND SECONDARY STRESS

Henry Churchyard's Linguistics Pages

THE DOMICILE ERECTED BY JOHN. Translated from the Vulgate.

Linguist List Web Resource Listings
Prifysgol Caerdydd's (Cardiff University's) Stress System Database
http://www.amazon.com/METRICAL-THEORY-Outstanding-dissertations-linguistics/dp/082405430X

(The StressTyp database has already been mentioned.)

Surrey Morphology Group Databases

(maybe http://dwightbolinger.net/ ? )

The Phonetics and Phonology of Semitic Pharyngeals: http://people.umass.edu/jjmccart/guttural.pdf
Syllables and Moras in Arabic: https://wcmprodlb.ucalgary.ca/dflynn/fi ... ky06_0.pdf

Romanization in Arabic: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/romanization/arabic.pdf
How to type Arabic characters on your computer: http://www.language.iastate.edu/lsrc/docs/arabic.pdf
An Introduction to Koranic and Classical Arabic: http://special.worldofislam.info/Arabic ... Arabic.pdf
Basic Arabic Grammar: http://www.arabic-studio.com/support-fi ... review.pdf
A Brief Journey Through Arabic Grammar: http://www.studyquran.co.uk/appb1.pdf
Grammar Hints for Arabic: http://www.indiana.edu/~csme/GrammarHintsfinal.pdf
Arabic Alphabet: http://www.anacereddine.com/Grammar-Alphabet-.pdf
Colloquial Arabic (Levantine): http://images.saharaman.multiply.multip ... =119716816

http://www.grammatica.eu/

UAlberta Prof. David Beck's webpage with publications on Totonac, Salishan languages, and various general linguistic subjects

Apinaye (Macro-Ge)

Apurina (Arawakan)

Kokama-Kokamilla (Tupi-Guarani?)
Tapiete (Tupi-Guarani)

Wanano (Tucanoan)
Barasano (Tucanoan)

Carib (Cariban)
Wayana (Cariban)
Tiriyo (Cariban)
Another Tiriyo grammar (Cariban, apparently a different dialect)

Amahuaca (Panoan)
Nzadi grammar and a Mecayapan Nahuatl grammar
Web version of a Lakhota sketch, Rood and Taylor.
http://www.foundalis.com/lan/greek.htm
A hierarchy of locations: Evidence from the encoding of direction in adpositions and cases.
MRI images of palatalized stop consonants and spirants in Russian

Proto-Indo-European Phonology
Proto-Indo-European Family Tree
Proto-Indo-European Outline
From Proto-Indo-European to Slavic
Proto-Indo-European Nouns

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PostPosted: Thu 12 Aug 2010, 18:05 
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Much information on Ditransitive Clauses, an oft-neglected component of languages:


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PostPosted: Thu 12 Aug 2010, 18:17 
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Language (general)
http://www.zompist.com/kit.htm
lhttp://www.zompist.com/virtuver.htm
http://www.eskimo.com/~ram/essays.html
http://www.conlanger.com/links.html
http://www.xibalba.demon.co.uk/jbr/ranto/index.html
http://web.archive.org/web/200306221124 ... g/esp.html
http://www.io.com/~hmiller/lang/compounds.html
http://lingweb.eva.mpg.de/fieldtools/linguaQ.html
http://www.paulmeier.com/ipa/charts.html
http://www.alphadictionary.com/langdir.html
http://www.fileformat.info/
http://www.file-pasta.com/file/0/quest.pdf
http://www.ucl.ac.uk/psychlangsci/resea ... s/nasukawa
http://roa.rutgers.edu/files/405-0800/r ... lker-3.pdf
http://www.vanoostendorp.nl/pdf/tone.pdf
http://books.google.pl/books?id=wx-4wmf ... &q&f=false
http://books.google.pl/books?id=Kff6bjG ... &q&f=false
http://www.eva.mpg.de/lingua/conference ... Splits.pdf
http://linguistics.buffalo.edu/people/f ... eTypes.pdf
http://www.nostratic.ru/books/(221)bengtson%20-%20comparative%20grammar.pdf
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~louisa/n ... July04.pdf
http://mmm.lingue.unibo.it/mmm-proc/MMM ... t-MMM4.pdf

Languages of Asia
http://email.eva.mpg.de/~blevins/pdf/webpub2007a.pdf
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~spena/Ch ... E.html#toc
http://www.uni-leipzig.de/~schackow/dat ... arbeit.pdf
http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/bitstrea ... thesis.pdf
http://www.buddhanet.net/pdf_file/paligram.pdf
http://books.google.com/books?id=viWF1U ... &q&f=false
http://escholarship.org/uc/item/19d79619
http://v2.linguistlist.org/~lapolla/rjl ... _in_TB.pdf
http://email.eva.mpg.de/~blevins/pdf/webpub2007a.pdf

Languages of the Americas
http://www.native-languages.org/vocabulary.htm
http://www.swarthmore.edu/SocSci/tferna ... 6coord.pdf
http://www.museunacional.ufrj.br/lingui ... navtsl.pdf
http://imp.lss.wisc.edu/~jrvalent/ais301/index.html
http://email.eva.mpg.de/~wichmann/Tlapanec%20cases3.pdf
http://www.philol.msu.ru/~otipl/new/mai ... T_2001.pdf
https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/bitstr ... Thesis.pdf
http://www.u.arizona.edu/~cashcash/Nez% ... hology.pdf
http://lakotadictionary.org/nldo.php
http://books.google.com/books?id=MG04Y9 ... &q&f=false
http://depts.washington.edu/wll2/files/ ... 2_diss.pdf
http://works.bepress.com/cgi/viewconten ... nhcourtney
https://kb.osu.edu/dspace/bitstream/181 ... thesis.pdf
http://linguistics.berkeley.edu/~survey ... d-1977.pdf

Languages of Australia
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/linguistics/L ... Austin.pdf
http://books.google.com/books?id=ct4RYX ... &q&f=false
http://books.google.com/books?id=x3T3IT ... &q&f=false
http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/abornames.htm
http://coombs.anu.edu.au/WWWVLPages/Abo ... MDICTF.HTM
http://kaurna.tripod.com/
http://www1.aiatsis.gov.au/ASEDA/docs/0 ... Index.html
http://sydney.edu.au/arts/linguistics/r ... /dict.html
http://dspace.mit.edu/handle/1721.1/10347
http://www.williamdawes.org/docs/steele_thesis.pdf
http://books.google.com/books?id=g1Q4jN ... velopmentl
http://www.ai.mit.edu/projects/dm/legate.pdf
http://csli-publications.stanford.edu/L ... linger.pdf
http://www.latrobe.edu.au/linguistics/L ... 3Blake.pdf
http://www.ruf.rice.edu/~bowern/nhirrpi.htm
http://www.outbacknsw.com.au/Corner%20C ... guages.pdf

Languages of Africa
http://www.cicipu.org/papers/gender_and ... course.pdf
http://f.cl.ly/items/e228780b98695da2fd ... rammar.pdf

Languages of the Caucasus
http://www.lrz-muenchen.de/~wschulze/Lak.htm
http://www.armazi.com/georgian/
http://iseees.berkeley.edu/sites/defaul ... 09ccan.pdf
http://www.asw.uni-koeln.de/forschung/p ... ningwd.pdf
http://www.freelang.net/dictionary/ubykh.php
http://www.linguistics.berkeley.edu/~jc ... en-SiL.pdf

Languages of Europe
http://www.sussex.ac.uk/linguistics/doc ... 08_edb.pdf

Languages of New Guinea
http://www.lotpublications.nl/publish/a ... okpart.pdf
http://www.ling.umd.edu/colin/research/ ... _yimas.pdf
http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/research_pr ... papuan.php
http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/research_pr ... /yimas.php
http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/research_pr ... /watam.php
http://www.sil.org/pacific/png/pubs/511 ... efixes.pdf

Languages of Oceania
http://www.linguistics.berkeley.edu/~rs ... ejeinM.pdf
http://www.sil.org/asia/Philippines/ica ... ession.pdf
http://www.archive.org/stream/rosettapr ... 0/mode/2up
http://www.nzetc.org/tm/scholarly/tei-PraDict-c1.html
http://www.andamanese.net/
http://books.google.com/books?id=xG1Q0a ... &q&f=false

I got more, but if I haven't sorted it out for my site, I'm not posting it here.


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CALS
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Universals Archive
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This one I use alot: http://www.omniglot.com

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A few more.

https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/bitstr ... Thesis.pdf (A Carib grammar and dictionary)
http://www.dartmouth.edu/~linguist/facu ... cphs07.pdf (AN ACOUSTIC DESCRIPTION OF HIGH VOWEL SYNCOPE IN LEZGIAN)
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/linguistics/assets ... dieson.pdf (Typology and occurrence of pharyngeals and pharyngealization around the world.)
http://web.gc.cuny.edu/linguistics/even ... BLS_NP.pdf (Contrast and Phonological Activity in the Nez Perce Vowel System*)
http://clas.mq.edu.au/phonetics/phonolo ... index.html (The Phonetics and Phonology of Australian Aboriginal Languages)
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~louisa/a ... aal-ns.pdf (Nominal juxtaposition in Australian languages: An LFG analysis)
http://ncs.ruhosting.nl/sub9/program/tonhauser.pdf (Towards an Understanding of the Meaning of Nominal Tense)
http://privatewww.essex.ac.uk/~louisa/n ... c044ns.pdf (TENSE BEYOND THE VERB: ENCODING CLAUSAL TENSE/ASPECT/MOOD ON NOMINAL DEPENDENTS)


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http://paleoglot.blogspot.com/ - a (sometimes controversial) blog about Proto-Indo-European, Etruscans, Minoans etc.


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If by controverisal you mean like Octaviano.


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MrKrov wrote:
If by controverisal you mean like Octaviano.


Who is Octaviano ?


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A guy that was on the ZBB.
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He's a quack. It was amusing, to say the least, to see the two go at each other.


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MrKrov wrote:
A guy that was on the ZBB.
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He's a quack. It was amusing, to say the least, to see the two go at each other.

This is a massive understatement.

Now, back on topic:
Jap Van Eijk's wonderful Bibliography of Salish Linguistics

Resources of Wakashan Languages

The Kinkade Collection: the On-Line Archive of Papers for the International Conference on Salish (and Neighbo(u)ring) Languages

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A helpful resource for all of you who want to use other numeral bases in their conlangs rather than decimal. It can "convert any radix base number to decimal or to any other radix base number". I myself use it to convert decimal to nonary for my conlang.

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LetoAtreides wrote:
http://paleoglot.blogspot.com/ - a (sometimes controversial) blog about Proto-Indo-European, Etruscans, Minoans etc.


This seems interesting, but do you know how reliable it is? I'm lurking about and it seems good so far but I'd hate to read something wrong and believe it.

I don't know how many of you have a Livejournal account (if at all) but I've found the linguaphiles community very helpful on occasion: http://community.livejournal.com/linguaphiles .


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ODIN: The Online Database of Interlinear Text

That database I was looking for. Pretty handy.

EDIT: Moar.

Theiling: X-Sampa / CXS
A Survey of some Vowel Systems
Geoff's Collection of Sound Changes
SIL: A Rich Model for Presenting Interlinear Text

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pdf of first 20 pages Changing valency: case studies in transitivity By Robert M. W. Dixon, Aleksandra Y. Aĭkhenvalʹd
google books Changing valency: case studies in transitivity By Robert M. W. Dixon, Aleksandra Y. Aĭkhenvalʹd

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A virtual plethora of resources: http://wiki.penguindeskjob.com/Natlang_Resources

This is going to need to get fixed when kneequickie gets moved to its new servers/domain.

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Also, it seems pretty simple to just do this:

ZBB's Resource Thread

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http://www.ling.su.se/staff/tamm/New%20publ%5F07/Lextyp%5Frevis%5F070424.pdf
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