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Japanese loanwords in Hawaii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Many loanwords in Hawaiian Pidgin (or Hawaiian Creole English) derive from the Japanese language. The linguistic influences of the Japanese in Hawaii .
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Hawaiian. A rule-based account might posit rules like the following: (2) Rules for Hawaiian loanwords. Tensing. /lax/ -> [tense]. Lateralization. / /. ->. [l]. Stopping .
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Phonology
A thorough study of Hawaiian words would show that these restrictions are not just restrictions on borrowed words, but also on all words in Hawaiian. One of the .
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Hawaiian Loanwords in Hawaiian English of the 1930's
more Hawaiian loanwords than does that of Japanese living in. Hamakua, Hawaii. . At present, however, Hawaiian loanwords are still a very promi- nent part of .
http://www.jstor.org/stable/3622760

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Loanwords in the World's Languages: A Comparative Handbook ...
The authors have assembled a unique database of over 70,000 words from 40 languages from around the world, 18,000 of which are loanwords. This database .
http://books.google.com/books/about/Loanwords_in_the_World_s_Languages.html?id=OYFMqEJ1KCgC

Hawaiian Vocabulary - World Loanword Database - Living Sources
The vocabulary contains 1544 meaning-word pairs from the recipient language Hawaiian. The corresponding text chapter was published in the book Loanwords .
http://wold.livingsources.org/vocabulary/30

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Faithfulness and Perception in Loanword Adaptation: A Case Study ...
Faithfulness and Perception in Loanword Adaptation: A Case Study from Hawaiian. Numerous cross-linguistic studies suggest that the adaptation of loanwords .
http://nels.uconn.edu/abstracts/AllisonN.Adler.pdf

Hawaiian creole English - Wikiversity
Oct 24, 2011 . Hawaiian Creole English(HCE), Hawaiian Pidgin, is spoken by many . loan words in the Pidgin language using these languages as well.
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Hawaiian_creole_English

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Webster's Third and the Pronunciation of Hawaiian Loanwords in ...
Webster's Third and the Pronunciation of Hawaiian Loanwords in English: A Different View of Usage. Albert J. Schütz. From: Dictionaries: Journal of the .
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/dictionaries/summary/v030/30.schutz.html

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PARAGOGIC VOWELS IN ENGLISH LOAN WORDS. IN JAPANESE AND HAWAIIAN. Denzel Carr. [In Hawaiian all syllables are open; in Japanese most .
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-1770.1964.tb00771.x/pdf

Loanwords in Hawaiian
Loanwords in Hawaiian. ' ¯Oiwi Parker Jones. University of Oxford. 1 The language and its speakers. The Hawaiian language (i.e., ka '¯olelo Hawai'i) is .
http://www.ling-phil.ox.ac.uk/files/people/oiwi/lwt.pdf

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E Ola Mau K?kou I Ka '?lelo Makuahine: Hawaiian Language Policy ...
simple grammar, its rich vocabulary, and its receptivity to incorporation of loan words, Hawaiian would be preferable to Esperanto or English as a world .
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Hawaiian Loanwords in Two Native American Pidgins
However, the etymology of these Hawaiian loanwords has not been . all possible loanwords of Hawaiian origin in Chinook Jargon and Eskimo. Jargon by .
http://www.jstor.org/stable/1264848

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Loanwords in the World's Languages
30. Loanwords in Hawaiian · 31. Loanwords in Gurindji, a Pama-Nyungan language of Australia · 32. Loanwords in Yaqui, a Uto-Aztecan language of Mexico .
http://www.degruyter.com/isbn/978-3-11-021844-2

Meetings - Loanword Typology
12.15 Oiwi Parker Jones (Oxford U): "Loanwords in Hawaiian". 13.00-14.15 lunch break. 14.15 Moshe Taube (Hebrew U): "Loanwords in Yiddish" .
http://email.eva.mpg.de/~haspelmt/lwt-meetings.html

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Liquid asymmetries in French and Spanish
Hawaiian, and NZ M?ori both lack sibilants, and differ in how they are realised in loanwords. Hawaiian consistently borrows /s z ? ?/ as /k/, while NZ M?ori .
http://twpl.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/twpl/article/view/6195/3184

Why isn't there an <i>Elepani</i> on Maui? - The Maui News
Jul 2, 2012 . In my Hawaiian vocabulary drills, I discovered a fun word to say: elepani, or “ elephant”. This is an example of a “loan word”, or a word that .
http://www.mauinews.com/page/blogs.detail/display/3805/Why-isn-t-there-an--i-Elepani--i--on-Maui-.html


 

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LINGUISTICS :: View topic - Loanwords into and out of English
I love learning about loanwords! . i'd be interested to see how hawaiian deals with loanwords from caucasian languages. that would probably .
http://www.lingforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1730&sid=f1d10f90929659217b31b0a7f1781229

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Hawai'i Press. [iii], 88 pp. 1970. The phonological patterning of English loan words in Tongan. In Pacific linguistic studies in honour of Arthur Capell, Pacific .
http://www.ling.hawaii.edu/faculty/schutz/AJSpub.pdf

PHONETICS AND PHONOLOGY PHONEME AND ALLOPHONE 1 ...
in terms of the different phoneme inventories of Hawaiian and. English? Here is some more loan word data from Hawaiian:-. ?alapaki. Albert kikiki ticket kopa .
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SAIVUS - Hawaiian Language Tutorial - Preface - '?lelo Ha'i Mua
Jun 9, 2010 . We treat 'Hawaii' as a loan word in English from Hawaiian, in which the foreign sound (the glottal stop) is dropped; just as 'Amelika (America) is .
http://www.hawaiian.saivus.org/

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CHD - Combined Hawaiian Dictionary - introduction
M?maka Kaiao includes loan words in non-standard Hawaiian spelling. The index to these is shown below the regular index at the top of each dictionary page.
http://www.trussel2.com/haw/

English 'Loan Words'
Some Interesting English 'Borrowed' Words. Most English words have been imported . Hula (Hawaii Hawaiian) a kind of hip-swinging dance. colorrulertwo. gif .
http://www.feedback.nildram.co.uk/richardebbs/essays/loanword.htm

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Webster's Third and the Pronunciation of Hawaiian Loanwords in ...
Webster's Third and the Pronunciation of Hawaiian Loanwords in English: A Different View of Usage. Albert J. Schütz (bio). University of Hawai'i at M?noa .
http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/dictionaries/v030/30.schutz.html

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Learning Hawaiian: Overview - Transparent Language
The spelling and pronunciation of such loan words are usually changed to use only the letters of the Hawaiian alphabet and to follow the Hawaiian words of .
http://www.transparent.com/learn-hawaiian/overview.html

languagehat.com: KUKU/TUTU.
Oct 22, 2008 . Naturally, I turned to my Pocket Hawaiian Dictionary, but under T it simply said " All loan words from English sometimes spelled with initial t- are .
http://www.languagehat.com/archives/003285.php

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Homework 1
phonology of the borrowing language. Now consider the following loanwords from English into Hawaiian. Answer questions 1-4 below. Source (English) word .
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/courses/ling102/homework1.pdf

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Hawaiian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
However, hundreds of words were very rapidly borrowed into Hawaiian from English, Greek, Hebrew, Latin, Syrian, and Chaldean. Although these loan words .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hawaiian_language

Why isn't there an <i>Elepani</i> on Maui? - The Maui News
Jul 2, 2012 . In my Hawaiian vocabulary drills, I discovered a fun word to say: elepani, or “ elephant”. This is an example of a “loan word”, or a word that .
http://www.mauinews.com/page/blogs.detail/display/3805/Why-isn-t-there-an--i-Elepani--i--on-Maui-.html

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Hawaiian creole English - Wikiversity
Oct 24, 2011 . Hawaiian Creole English(HCE), Hawaiian Pidgin, is spoken by many . loan words in the Pidgin language using these languages as well.
http://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Hawaiian_creole_English

WOLD - Word: tuko - World Loanword Database - Living Sources
Further references on Hawaiian loanwords can be found below and in the book chapter on Hawaiian. • Andrews, L. (1865). A Dictionary of the Hawaiian .
http://wold.livingsources.org/word/7281641677004468


 

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WOLD - Word: ha`uki - World Loanword Database - Living Sources
Further references on Hawaiian loanwords can be found below and in the book chapter on Hawaiian. • Andrews, L. (1865). A Dictionary of the Hawaiian .
http://wold.livingsources.org/word/755214715353965

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COMPARATIVE TREATMENT OF EPENTHETIC AND PARAGOGIC ...
Oct 27, 2006 . COMPARATIVE TREATMENT OF EPENTHETIC AND PARAGOGIC VOWELS IN ENGLISH LOAN WORDS IN JAPANESE AND HAWAIIAN .
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1467-1770.1964.tb00771.x/abstract

Loanwords in the World's Languages
30. Loanwords in Hawaiian · 31. Loanwords in Gurindji, a Pama-Nyungan language of Australia · 32. Loanwords in Yaqui, a Uto-Aztecan language of Mexico .
http://www.degruyter.com/isbn/978-3-11-021844-2

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Loan Words: English to Hawaiian with Sound Shifts . hau, Hawaiian for ice; kalima, English loan word for cream. mîkini `apo leo. recorder. mîkini, English loan .
http://www.oocities.org/thetropics/shores/6794/o-onloanwords.html

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WOLD - Word: pakaliao - World Loanword Database - Living Sources
Further references on Hawaiian loanwords can be found below and in the book chapter on Hawaiian. • Andrews, L. (1865). A Dictionary of the Hawaiian .
http://wold.livingsources.org/word/75151653867400815

LINGUISTICS :: View topic - Loanwords into and out of English
I love learning about loanwords! . i'd be interested to see how hawaiian deals with loanwords from caucasian languages. that would probably .
http://www.lingforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1730&sid=f1d10f90929659217b31b0a7f1781229

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Transcribe the following words from the Week 1 handout:
belong to in terms of place and manner of articulation. b) Now look at the following loanwords from English into Hawaiian: Source (English) word Hawaiian word .
http://www.marjoriepak.com/120-hw2.pdf

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languagehat.com: KUKU/TUTU.
Oct 22, 2008 . Naturally, I turned to my Pocket Hawaiian Dictionary, but under T it simply said " All loan words from English sometimes spelled with initial t- are .
http://www.languagehat.com/archives/003285.php

Learning Hawaiian: Overview - Transparent Language
The spelling and pronunciation of such loan words are usually changed to use only the letters of the Hawaiian alphabet and to follow the Hawaiian words of .
http://www.transparent.com/learn-hawaiian/overview.html

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Samoan language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
h is sometimes retained at the beginning of some proper names (Herod = "Herota ") or Tongan/Hawaiian loanwords ("halu," "hula," "Hawai'i"), becomes s in .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Samoan_language

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CHD - Combined Hawaiian Dictionary - introduction
M?maka Kaiao includes loan words in non-standard Hawaiian spelling. The index to these is shown below the regular index at the top of each dictionary page.
http://www.trussel2.com/haw/

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2 - Hana Hou: The Magazine of Hawaiian Airlines - Current Issue
By 1827 more than 59,000 Hawaiian-language spelling books and roughly an . and employing “loan words,” that is, Hawaiian-ized versions of English words.
http://www.hanahou.com/pages/magazine.asp?Action=DrawArticle&ArticleID=879&MagazineID=56&Page=2

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100 Loanword Phonology
Aug 3, 2010 . deletion and epenthesis in English loanwords in Hawaiian. In such cases, per- ception underdetermines adaptation and the ranking of .
http://yoonjungkang.weebly.com/uploads/1/1/6/2/11625099/tbc_100.kang.pdf

 

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Hapa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the Hawaiian language, hapa is defined as: portion, fragment, part, fraction, installment; to be partial, less. It is a loan from the English word half. However, in .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hapa

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Lingua francas, Pidgin & Creole languages
Tsotsi is a Sesotho slang word for a "thug" or "robber" (possibly from the verb "ho tsotsa" "to sharpen" — whose meaning has been modified in modern times to .
http://www.muturzikin.com/cartepidgin.htm


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App Store - Hawaiian Words
Sep 7, 2012 . Download Hawaiian Words and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod . Loan Calculator - Auto, Bank, & Personal Loans; View In iTunes .
http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hawaiian-words/id473867297?mt=8


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Consonant cluster - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Contents. 1 Phonotactics; 2 Loanwords; 3 English; 4 See also; 5 References; 6 External links . Tahitian, Samoan and Hawaiian are all of this sort. Standard .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Consonant_cluster


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Appendix:Hawaiian given names - Wiktionary
1 List of common Hawaiian names of persons born in 1900-2008. 1.1 A; 1.2 E; 1.3 H; 1.4 I . "King",as a loan word and a surname. Also Hawaiian form of Jane .
http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Hawaiian_given_names


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CHD - Hawaiian-English - topical: english
Nov 11, 2011 . words borrowed from English, excluding gazetteer. . Note that the Hawaiian stress is on the second syllable, contrasting with Eng. stress on .
http://www.trussel2.com/haw/haw-english.htm


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CHD - Sources - Pukui & Elbert
Jul 30, 2011 . In the revised dictionary we have attempted to credit Greek, Hebrew, and Latin as sources of many loan words in Hawaiian, drawing on Elbert .
http://www.trussel2.com/haw/prefs-86.htm



 

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Chinook Jargon - English & other loanwords
English loan-words | Not Quite English Loan-Words | Onomatopoeia | Loan- Words . The original Hawaiian meaning of this is "human being", with the term .
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Hawaiian Language Policy and the Courts
its rich vocabulary, and its receptivity to incorporation of loan words,. Hawaiian would be preferable to Esperanto or English as a world lan- guage.4. The rich .
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Lists of English loanwords by country or language of origin - eNotes ...
Lists of English loanwords by country or language of origin . List of English words of Hawaiian origin · List of English words of Hebrew origin · List of English .
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aloha shirt - Wiktionary
1967 Winter, John E. Reinecke; Tsuzaki, Stanley M., “Hawaiian Loanwords in Hawaiian English of the 1930's”, Oceanic Linguistics, volume 6, number 2, ISSN .
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Linguistic Outcomes of Language Contact
the Pacific, concerns English loan words in Hawaiian. Schutz (1976) argues that in addition to the influence of Hawaiian phonetics on the borrowed words, .
http://www.ling.upenn.edu/~gillian/Interlang.doc.pdf

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Mele Kalikimaka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"Mele Kalikimaka" is a Hawaiian-themed Christmas song written in 1949 by Robert Alex . The phrase is borrowed directly from English but since Hawaiian has a different . Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution- ShareAlike .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mele_Kalikimaka

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