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Verbal Inflection in Iha: A Multiplicity of Alignments

Donohue, Mark


Iha is a Trans New Guinea language from the western tip of New Guinea. Iha is the lingua franca of the Onin area, and has developed an isolating variant used by non-Iha people and when in communication with them; the variety described here is the mother-tongue of the inner north of the peninsula.

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Book chapter


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