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A Grammatical Sketch of Asur: A North Munda language

Zoya Khalid
2020 International Conference on Natural Language Processing  
Asur belongs to North Munda sub-branch of Austro-Asiatic languages which now has less than 10,000 speakers.  ...  The paper attempts to describe the grammatical features such as number, case, pronouns, tense-aspect-mood, negation, question formation, etc. of Asur language.  ...  In Asur A Grammatical Sketch of Asur: A North Munda language Zoya Khalid Central University of Jharkhand language 1 st person pronouns for Dual and Plural have two further categories-inclusive (including  ... 
dblp:conf/icon-nlp/Khalid20 fatcat:iba2k2m2vjfnlbjykwvz5sj4se

Munda religion and social structure

Hilary Standing
1976
A substantial body of ethnographic literature about the Mundas exists in the writings of colonial servants and foreign missionaries.  ...  The thesis is concerned with the Mundas, a 600,000 strong tribe living on the Chotanagpur plateau in South Bihar, India.  ...  Mundas see this area as 'pure' in terms of language and culture. Naguri Mundas, whereas few Hasada Mundas are familiar with it.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00029217 fatcat:2gibmtcigffqvdrhaoebdg2eaa

General (and Miscellaneous) Section

Harrison T. Meserole, Paul A. Brown, Richard B. Gidez, Samuel R. Levin, Margaret Loftus Ranald, Charles W. Mann
1962 Publications of the Modern Language Association of America  
‘‘Dance and Mythology in North America.”” MF, x (1960), 207-212. 1861. Lévi-Strauss, Claude. ‘‘Four Winnebago Myths: A Structural Sketch.”” Culture in History [1], pp. 351-362. 1862.  ...  “A Philippine Version of ‘The Two Brothers and the Dragon Slayer’ Tale.”” WF, x1x (1960), 263-275. 1817. Hatto, A. T. “The Swan Maiden: A Folk-Tale of North Eurasian Origin?”  ... 
doi:10.1632/s0030812900199857 fatcat:isqgsmciejbftlg4baszmswzfm

Southeast Asian linguistic studies, Vol. 3

Nguyễn Đăng (Ed.), CRCL, CRCL, Pacific Linguistics And/Or The Author(S)
1979
Gandour , Department of Audiology and Speech Sciences, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 .  ...  , the questions of fusional morphology and the possible archaic character -for Munda and for Austroasiatic -of the suffixes and en clitics in Korku (and North Munda ) -all of these in Munda -can be discussed  ...  , also largely stress-timed , but lacking all the suffixal and enclitic morphology of Korku and the other North Munda languages) , and even for Gta?  ... 
doi:10.15144/pl-c45 fatcat:px6xf5pwtfex3afj56u4s4cl2m