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Is Puyuma a Primary Branch of Austronesian? A Reply to Sagart

Teng, Stacy; Ross, Malcolm


Ross (2009) proposes the Nuclear Austronesian hypothesis, according to which the Formosan languages Puyuma, Rukai, and Tsou are each probably a primary branch of Austronesian and all Austronesian languages other than these three belong to a single, Nuclear Austronesian, branch defined by the nominalization-to-verb innovation originally proposed by Starosta, Pawley, and Reid (1981, 1982) for Proto-Austronesian itself. Sagart (2010) argues that there is evidence that Puyuma has also undergone the...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2010
Type: Journal article
Source: Oceanic Linguistics


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