Takic languages
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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Uto-Aztecan Hunter-Gatherers: The Takic Spread ... - Bad Request
Dec 4, 2005 ... been thought to illustrate precisely the Evans-McConvell contrast. That is, speakers of. Takic languages spread downstream into populated ...
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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 - The World Atlas of Language Structures
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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File:Takic languages.png - Wikimedia Commons
Jun 12, 2011 ... English: Takic languages of South California, approximate extension at the time of contact. Date, June 2011. Source, Own work. Author, Davius ...
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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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Interrogative Verbs in Takic - UCLA Department of Linguistics
different North American indigenous language families. In this paper I'll consider interrogative verbs in four languages from the Takic subfamily of Uto-Aztecan ...
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Taktik Fussball - Pressing und…
Mehr Infos zum Pressing: https://www.sports-graphics.com/pg2,1... Ralf Peter nutzt zur Illustration: easy sports-graphics - Mehr Infos zu dieser ...
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Takic languages in science
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 ...
[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]Takic and Yuman: A Study in Phonological Convergence - Jstor
1991 by The University of Chicago All rights reserved. 0020-7071/91/ .... languages replaced by Takic were neither Yuman nor Chumash and therefore must ...
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 ...
Takic - MultiTree
Takic > LINGUIST List Language Search. Name: Takic ... New York: Oxford University Press. ... American Indian Languages: Classifications and List, 20-21.
[PDF]Takic Foundations of Nicoleń Vocabulary.p65 - Mednscience.org
“Lone Woman”, Takic languages, Cupan languages, Uto-. Aztecan language ... Department of Linguistics, University of California-Los Angeles. Box 951543, Los  ...
Northern Paiute – Survey of California and Other Indian Languages
The other Uto-Aztecan languages of California are Tubatulabal and the Takic languages (Cahuilla, Cupeño, Gabrielino, Juaneño, Kitanemuk, Luiseño, Serrano, ...
[PDF]Interrogative Verbs in Takic - UCLA Department of Linguistics
interrogative verbs in four languages from the Takic subfamily of Uto-Aztecan (all from. Southern ..... University of California Publications in Linguistics 79. Miller ...
Uto-Aztecan Hunter-Gatherers: The Takic Spread ... - Bad Request
Uto-Aztecan Hunter-Gatherers: Language Diversity in the Takic Spread and the Numic Spread Compared Jane H. Hill, University of Arizona ABSTRACT Two ...
Books on the term Takic languages
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 Indian Languages
California Indian Languages
Victor Golla, 2011
Nowhere was the linguistic diversity of the New World more extreme than in California, where an extraordinary variety of village-dwelling peoples spoke seventy-eight mutually unintelligible languages. This comprehensive illustrated handbook, a major synthesis of more than 150 years of documentation and study, reviews what we now know about Californ...
California Indian Languages
California Indian Languages
Victor Golla, 2011
3.32.8 Island Takic The three inhibited Southern Channel Islands—Santa Catalina, San Clemente, and San Nicolas—were occupied at the time of contact by speakers of one or more Takic languages. A variety of Gabrielino was apparently ...
Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America
Encyclopedia of Native Tribes of North America
Michael Johnson, 2007
Review of the previous edition: "A model of excellence in the art of reference volume publishing... Every public and school library... should acquire this treasure. It will remain the standard for many years to come." - Dr. James A. Clifton, Department of Anthropology, Western Michigan University This superb, fully illustrated reference o...
American Indian Languages
American Indian Languages
Lyle Campbell
Gabrielino (or Gabrieleño- Fernandeno) is also extinct; it is clearly a Takic language, but it may have been either an independent branch within Takic or more closely aligned with Serrano. Still not universally accepted are the traditional groups ...
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
California Prehistory: Colonization, Culture, and Complexity
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....
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, ...
Ambiguous Images: Gender and Rock Art (Gender and Archaeology)
Ambiguous Images: Gender and Rock Art (Gender and Archaeology)
Kelley Hays-Gilpin, 2003
What does rock art say about gender and how can our understanding of gender shape the way that we view rock art? A significant contribution to the relatively unexplored field of gender in rock art, this volume contains a wealth of information for archaeologists, anthropologists, and art historians interested in past gender systems. Hays-Gilpin argu...
Origin of the Earth and Moon
Origin of the Earth and Moon
Shirley Silver, Robin M. Canup, Wick R. Miller, 2000
The evidence within the Uto-Aztecan languages is less equivocal. As in Proto- Yuman, the reconstructed word, *punku, probably meant 'dog'. Notice, however, that the Takic languages do not use a word from *punku, but rather a word that in  ...
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...
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Takic languages
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
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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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
Daily Kos: Ancient America: 3,000 Years Ago
www.dailykos.com/story/2011/07/01/990482/-Ancient-America-3-000-Years-Ago
Uto-Aztecan Languages | andyxiu
Uto-Aztecan Word Sets Numic Languages Takic languages Other Northern Uto-Aztecan Aztecan Corachol Taracahitic Tepiman English (Français) Chemehuevi Comanche Mono Northern Paiute Panamint Shoshone Ute Cahuilla Cupeno Juaneno Luiseno Serrano Hopi Tubatulabal Nahuatl Pipil Cora Huichol Guarijio Mayo Opata Tarahumara Yaqui O'odham Pima Bajo Tepehuan One (Un) 'Suu Sumu Sumu Sumu'yoo Süwüttü Semme' Šuu Súple' Suplawut Supúl…
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Language Diversity In California Linked To 12,000-Year-Old Plant Life : Science : Headlines & Global News
Researchers tracked the linguistic history of California through the distribution of lush areas.
www.hngn.com/articles/10534/20130820/language-diversity-california-linked-12-000-year-old-plant-life.htm
Native Californians Followed the Greenery | University of Utah News
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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.
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