Malayalam

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Psychology Press, 1997 - Foreign Language Study - 491 pages
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This is the first detailed description of Malayalam, a major Dravidian language spoken principally in the southern part of India. Malayalamprovides in-depth analysis of the linguistic richness of this language, spoken by over 35 million people on India's Malabar coast. A full account of the syntax, morphology and phonology of the language is provided, along with information on a number of structured semantic fields.
 

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Contents

MORPHOLOGY
191
PHONOLOGY
405
1DEOPHONES AND 1NTERjECT1ONS
447

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University of Edinburgh

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