Takic
The Takic languages are a group of Uto-Aztecan languages spoken by Californian Native Americans in southern California.

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Takic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Takic languages are a group of Uto-Aztecan languages spoken by Californian Native Americans in southern California.
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Defining the Takic Expansion into Southern California
The geographic distribution of Takic languages across southern. California has ... about 1,500 and 1,000 BP, Takic languages diffused to the south and east and ...
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Ana Takic | Facebook
Ana Takic is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Ana Takic and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world ...
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Nada Takic-Avramovic | Facebook
Nada Takic-Avramovic is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Nada Takic-Avramovic and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to  ...
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Takic. 17 likes · 1 talking about this. The Takic languages are a group of Uto- Aztecan languages spoken by Californian Native Americans in southern California.
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Marija Takic Profiles | Facebook
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Takic language -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Takic language. ... and click submit, your modifications will be sent to our editors for review. The topic Takic language is discussed in the following articles: ...
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WALS - Takic
References. The Category AUX in Universal Grammar. by Akmajian, Adrian and Steele, Susan and Wasow, Thomas 1979. The History of the Cahuilla Sound ...
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Urban Dictionary: TAKIC
May 5, 2013 ... The source used by the extrodinarily gifted Yahoo! Answers troll, Robby. It stands for The All Knowing Ironclad Cow The Ironclad Cow is the ...
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TakiC.A.P-ter
Changed the name of this blog from Aye, Aye, C.A.Ptain! to Takic.A.P-ter because i fell in love with the idea of combining our names! ^^ This blog is a place for ...
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Takic in science
[PDF]Uto-Aztecan Hunter-Gatherers: The Takic Spread ... - Bad Request
Dec 4, 2005 ... Uto-Aztecan Hunter-Gatherers: Language Diversity in the Takic Spread and the Numic. Spread Compared. Jane H. Hill, University of Arizona.
[PDF]Defining the Takic Expansion into Southern California
about 1,500 and 1,000 BP, Takic languages diffused to the south and east and ...... University of California Archaeological Survey Reports. No. 54. Berkeley.
Takic - Search Results University Press Scholarship Online
The chapter focuses on a migration of speakers of Takic languages, a subgroup of Northern Uto-Aztecan, into California. Plant names inherited in Takic from ...
Uto-Aztecan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
San Nicolás (Nicoleño): spoken in California, thought to be a Takic language. .... Summer Institute of Linguistics and The University of Texas at Arlington ...
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View the profiles of people named Sova Takic on Facebook. Join Facebook to ... Studied at Stanford UniversityLives in Chicago, IllinoisFrom Toronto, Ontario ...
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Dejan Takic. Worked at MTVStudied at Texas State University · Dejan Takic. Worked at beogradska pekarska industrijaWent to MOC ZemunLives in Belgrade,  ...
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RESULTS. Bela Takic. Management at MedicineStudied Management at Ross University School of MedicineLives in San Marino, San Marino ...
[PDF]Takic and Yuman: A Study in Phonological Convergence - Jstor
branch of Takic (which is subfamily of Uto-Aztecan) have converged to be very similar ... 1991 by The University of Chicago All rights reserved. 0020-7071/91/ ...
Takic - MultiTree
Takic > LINGUIST List Language Search. Name: Takic. Type: Subgroup ... Find More Information on Takic. Search all of ... New York: Oxford University Press.
Books on the term Takic
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
Terry L. Jones, Kathryn Klar, Society for California Archaeology, 2007
California Uto-Aztecan groups (Numic, Takic, Tubatulabal). Figure 7.1. Approximate location of tribal groups, northwest California. sion is between the northern branch, comprising the languages in California, the Great Basin, and the Pueblo ...
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
Susan Suntree, 2010
Some forty scholars examine California's prehistory and archaeology, looking at marine and terrestrial palaeoenvironments, initial human colonization, linguistic prehistory, early forms of exchange, mitochondrial D.N.A. studies, and rock art. This work is the most extensive study of California's prehistory undertaken in the past 20 years....
American Indian Languages
American Indian Languages
Lyle Campbell
His Shoshonean had four branches: Plateau (now called Numic, following Lamb 1958, based on Proto-Numic *n+m+ 'person, Indian'), Southern Californian (now called Takic [compare Proto-Takic *taka 'person'], following Miller 1961, 1964), ...
Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California
Sacred Sites: The Secret History of Southern California
Susan Suntree, 2010
"Sacred Sites is a glowing monument to the magic that trails behind each one of us humans, a sweet testament to imagination and whatever God we may acknowledge. I have nothing but respect and awe for this absolutely unique work of art." Carolyn See, author of Making a Literary Life: Advice for Writers and Other Dreamers"Sacred Sites ...
California Indian Languages
California Indian Languages
Victor Golla, 2011
Taking this evidence into account, Bright (1975:236) tentatively concluded that there were two types of speech in the upper Santa Clara Valley, a Chumash dialect (which could be called “Alliklik”) and a language with Takic affinities ( which ...
Rethinking Anthropological Perspectives on Migration
Rethinking Anthropological Perspectives on Migration
Graciela S. Cabana, 2011
"Cabana and Clark have chosen to base their research into migration on careful study of how real people actually behave over time and space. We are well served by this rugged empiricism and by the multidisciplinary breadth of their approach."--Dean R. Snow, Pennsylvania State University "A thorough survey of the ways in which anthrop...
Handbook of North American Indians: Languages
Handbook of North American Indians: Languages
William C. Sturtevant, 1996
Tubatulabal is both geographically and linguistically intermediate between Numic and Takic and has most likely been developing in situ since its branches began to diverge (vol. 10:123; Miller 1984:13-16). By 1200 B.C. Tubatulabal can be ...
California Maritime Archaeology: A San Clemente Island Perspective
California Maritime Archaeology: A San Clemente Island Perspective
L. Mark Raab, 2009
San Clemente Island is a microcosm of California coastal archaeology from prehistoric through historic times—not only because of the extensiveness of its archaeological remains but because those remains have been so well preserved. In California Maritime Archaeology, the authors use the island as a platform to explore evidence of early seafaring, c...
Handbook of North American Indians: Great Basin
Handbook of North American Indians: Great Basin
William C. Sturtevant, 1978
The data collected by the Amiel Whipple expedition of 1853-1854 permitted William W. Turner (1856) to expand the "Shoshonee" stock to include both Numic and Takic languages — Shoshone, Northern Paiute, Ute, Southern Paiute, ...
A Grammar of Cupeño (UC Publications in Linguistics)
A Grammar of Cupeño (UC Publications in Linguistics)
Jane H. Hill, 2005
In one of the most thorough studies ever prepared of a California language, Hill’s grammar reviews the phonology, morphology, syntax and discourse features of Cupeño, a Uto-Aztecan (Takic) language of California. Cupeño exhibits many unusual typological features, including split ergativity, that require linguists to revise our understanding of the ...
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Xorhrdaranakan Ereq Ujere “Takic” En Ashxatum » World Video News
Xorhrdaranakan Ereq Ujere “Takic” En Ashxatum.
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Angelica Varum – Ampi Takic Jur E Galis » Online Music Videos
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A Choice Land: Map of the Distribution of Uto-Aztecan Languages
The map is from a hand-out of Brian Stubbs given out at a seminar at Brigham Young University in 2010. The Abbreviations of the Uto-Aztecan Languages (used in the above map) Western Numic (WNum) Mn (Mono) NP (Northern Piute Hp and Tb are each a branch Hp (Hopi) Tb (Tubatulabal) Corachol (CrC) Cr (Cora) Wc (Huichol) Central Numic (CNum) TSh (Tümpisha Shoshone) Sh (Shoshoni) Cm (Comanche) Takic (Tak) Sr (Serrano – Takic) Ls (Luiseño – Takic) Cp (Cupeño – Takic) Ca (Cahuilla – Takic) Ktn (Kitanemuk – Takic) Tara Cahitan (TrC) Tbr (Tubar) Yq (Yaqui) AYq (Arizona Yaqui) My (Mayo) Wr (Guarijio) Tr (Tarahumara( WTr (Westrn Tarahumara) Eu (Eudeve) Op (Opata) Southern Numic (SNum) Kw (Kawaiisu) Ch (Chemehuevi) SP (Southern Paiute) WMU (White Mesa Ute) CU (Colorado Ute) NU (Northern Ute) Tepiman (Tep) PYp (Yepáchic Pima) TO (Tohono O’odham) PB (Pima Bajo) NT (Northern Tepehuan) ST (Southern Tepehuan) Aztecan (Azt) CN (Classical Nahuatl) Pl (Pipil).
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Militant Angeleno: Native Month: Let's Learn Some Tongva!
As you may or may not know, over 224 languages are spoken in Los Angeles. So why not learn a little of the very first language spoken here? The Tongva's language is considered by linguists to be of the Uto-Aztecan linguistic stock, the speakers of which spoke languages and dialects in an area that stretched from what is now Utah to Central Mexico.
militantangeleno.blogspot.com/2011/10/native-month-lets-learn-some-tongva.html
Tarahát (the people) – Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center
American Indian Cultural Center
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Uto-Aztecan Language Family | About World Languages
Uto-Aztecan stock is one of the largest language groups of North and Central America in terms of population, linguistic diversity and geographic distribution. The northernmost Uto-Aztecan language, Northern Paiute, is found as far north as Oregon and Idaho.
aboutworldlanguages.com/uto-aztecan-language-family
NAGPRA & UCB: Phil Wilkie on Kumeyaay repatriation
Hopefully, somebody out there can answer: When did DNA become capable of identifying cultural relationships? The last time we checked, genes, language and culture were independent of each other. While individuals can change their language and culture, the last we checked, other than blue jeans, individuals can't change their genes.
nagpra-ucb.blogspot.com/2009/07/phil-wilkie-on-kumeyaay-repatriation.html
Recovering the Feminine | Only Ed
Recovering the Feminine Posted 24 July 2011, by Duane Champagne, Indian Country Today Media Network, indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com The significant role that women played in many Native American communities is often forgotten. While recovering culture includes seeking to restore songs, ceremonies, stories, and traditional knowledge, women should play a central role in future community and national relations.…
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Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel & Montebello | Discover San Gabriel Valley
DiscoverSGV is your guide to things to do, places to eat and where to stay in the San Gabriel Valley. As Southern California's Best Kept Secret, the San Gabriel Valley offers some of most unique, affordable and accessible special events, entertainment venues, restaurants, attractions, museums, hotels, meeting facilities and much more.
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