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Journal Article

The Infixes La, Li, Lo in Tagalog

Louis B. Wolfenson
Journal of the American Oriental Society
Vol. 27 (1906), pp. 142-146
DOI: 10.2307/592856
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/592856
Page Count: 5

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Topics: Syllables, Grammatical particles, Affixes, Plant roots, Vowels, Dialects
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Notes and References

This item contains 9 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    W. G. Seiple, Polysyllabic Roots with Initial P in Tagalog, JAOS. vol. xxv. 1904, pp. 287. 288
  • 2
    Frank R. Blake's paper, -The Bisayan Dialects, JAOS. vol. xxvi, 1905, p. 120 ff
  • 3
    Método del Dr. Ollendorff ... adaptado al bisaya, Manila, 1871
  • 1
    Diccionario bisaya-español y Diccionario español-bisaya, 3a ed. Ma- nila, 1885, pp. 199b, 211a
  • 2
    Blake's paper, cited above, p. 125
  • 3
    Noceda, Vocabulario de la Lingua Tagala, Reimpreso en Manila, 1860
  • 1
    Noceda, op. cit., pp. 363-417
  • 1
    salaksák, p. 276a
  • 1
    Nigg, A Tagalog English and Eng. Tagalog Dict., Manila, 1904, s.v