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** (ed.). 1950. Lu|k onol susama|ca|r: The gospel according to St. Luke in Ho. 2nd ed. Calcutta: Bible Society of India and Ceylon, 1950. {#V488; #Pinnow 1972; |*}

** (ed.). 1955ff. seya|M marsal, ho bha|Sa| ki| ek ma|tra ma|sik patrika| [ =??]. Caibasa: ??, 1955ff.. -- A newpaper in Ho. {#V488; |*}

** (ed.). 1956. Dharam puthi, Horo jagarre olakan purna ar nawa nijam, The Bible in Mundari, reprinted from the Old Testament of 1932 and the New Testament of 1952. Calcutta: Bible Society of India and Ceylon, 1956. -- Devanagari script. {#V487; |AAA(1976 ed.)}

** (ed.). 1962. BAibel; The Holy Bible in Santali. Bangalore: The Bible Society of India and Ceylon, 1962. Pp. vi, 1150, iv, 386. -- Including Dhorom sostorko mare niAm: The Old Testament in Santali, photographically reproduced from the 1928 edition and printed in Great Britain in 1953; and Aboren probhu ar baban'caoic' Jisu mAsi reak' nawa niam: Santali Union New Testament, printed at the Benagaria Printing Press, P. O Benagaria, Santal Parganas, 1961. {##; $Bible Society of India and Ceylon, A/1 Mahatma Gandhi Road, Bangalore 1; |AAA}

?? (ed.). 1955. Ka ktien u blei, The Holy Bible in Khasi. Calcutta: ??, 1955. {#V488; |AAA}

??. 1890-1892. Karma jhumata, a hunting song of the Korwas on the Chota Nagpur border. NINQ 1.?? (1890-1892). -- Songs. {#F4170; |*}

??. 1891-1892. A folktale: the princess and the demon lover - told by Miza Ghulam a professional story-teller at Mirzapur. NINQ 1.?? (1891-1892). -- Tale. {#F4145; |*}

??. 1891-1892. An aboriginal love song from South Mirzapur. NINQ 1.?? (1891-1892). -- Song. {#F4108; |*}

??. 1891-1892. An aboriginal song from South Mirzapur. NINQ 2.?? (1891-1892). -- Song. {#F4109; |*}

??. 1892-1893. A song of advice sung by a Mirzapur Bhar. NINQ 2.?? (1892-1893). -- Song. {#F4236; |*}

??. 1892-1893. The Ahir and the demon - a folktale told by E. David, a native Christian of Mirzapur. NINQ 2.?? (1892-1893). -- Tale. {#F4110; |*}

??. 1892-1893. The soldier, the Bhut and rich man's daughter - a folktale told by Lachhman Ahir, a cultivator of Mirzapur. NINQ 2.?? (1892-1893). -- Tale. {#F4235; |*}

??. 1895-1896. South Mirzapur, an aboriginal love song. NINQ 5.?? (1895-1896). -- Song. {#F4240; |*}

??. 1918. Khasi folklore: the legend of the lei tree. Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 11:3.?? (1918). -- Tales. {#F4174; |*}

??. 1927. Language hand-book Savara. Calcutta: Tea Districts Labour Association, Catholic Orphan Press, 1927. Pp. iv, 137. {##; #V488; |AAA}

??. 1943. A short anthology of Indian folk poetry. Man in India 22.?? (1943). -- Songs. {#F4232; |*}

Acharya, K. P. (ed.). 1978. Classified bibliography of articles in "Indian Linguistics". (CIIL occasional monographs series, 12.) Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, 1978. Pp. x, 107. {##; abbrev. Acharya #1978; |AAA}

Anon. 1929. Language hand-book Kharia. Calcutta: Catholic Orphan Press??, 1929. -- Author identified as H. Floor in prefatory Note to Floor et al. 1934. {#V488; |*}

Anon. 1929. Language hand-book Santali. 2nd ed. Calcutta: ??, 1929. {#V487; |*}

Anon. 1931. Language hand-book Sadani (the patois of Chota Nagpur). Calcutta: Tea Districts Labour Association, 1931. {#V489; |*}

Anon. 1935. Model Munda reader for Standard 1. 3rd ed. Ranchi: ??, 1935. {#V487; |*}

Anon. 1944. Language hand-book Mundari. Calcutta: Tea Districts Labour Association, 1944. {#V487; |*}

Anon. (ed.) [Annie C. Munro??]. 1954. Proverbs in Saora, Bangsa enoblenanji. Calcutta: ??, 1954. {#V488; |AAA}

Anon. (ed.). 1950. Li|-po"-re ngam tu-fo"m-ngo"-re lin-le|k-ngo^ [ =], The New Testament in Car Nicobarese. Rangoon: ??, 1950. {#V489; |*}

Anon. (ed.). 1957. Mundari hymns and bhajans (MuNDari dharam durang oRo' bhajan). Chota Nagpur, Ranchi: ??, 1957. {#V487; |*}

Archer, Mildred. 1944. The folk-tale in Santal society. Man in India 24.224-232 (1944). -- Tales. {#Flutes; #F94; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1942. Kharia along. Ranchi: ??, 1942. -- Songs, tales. {#F114(unverified); |*}

Archer, W. G. 1943. A short anthology of Indian folk-poetry: comments. Man in India 23.?? (1943). -- Songs. {#F107; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1943. An Indian riddle book. Man in India 23.265-315 (1943). -- Riddles. {#Flutes; #F115; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1943. Betrothal dialogues. Man in India 23.147-153 (1943). -- Songs. {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1943. Santal poetry. Man in India 23.147-153 (1943). -- Songs. {#Flutes; #F121; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1944. Festival songs. Man in India 24.70-74 (1944). -- Songs. {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1944. More Santal songs. Man in India 24.141-144 (1944). -- Songs. {#Flutes; #F118; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1944. The illegitimate child in Santal society. Man in India 24.154-169 (1944). {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1945. Santal rebellion songs. Man in India 25.207 (1945). -- Songs. {#Flutes; #F122; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1945. The forcible marriage. Man in India 25.29-42 (1945). {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1946. Santal marriage songs. Snow balls of Garhwal. Lucknow: Universal Publishers Limited, 1946. -- Songs. {#F116; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1946. Santal transplantation songs. Man in India 26.6-7 (1946). -- Songs. {#Flutes; #F124; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1946. Two Kharia weddings. Man in India 26.215-219 (1946). {#V488; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1947. Ritual friendship in Santal society. Man in India 27.57-60 (1947). {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. 1947. The Santal treatment of witchcraft. Man in India 27.103-121 (1947). {#Flutes; |*}

Archer, W. G. ??. A Santal riddle book. Dumka: ??, ??. -- Riddles. {#Flute does not mention this!; #F123; |*}

Archer, W. G. (ed.). 1942. Ho durang: A Ho song book, with a preface by W. G. Archer. Patna: ??, 1942. {#V488; #F113; |*}

Archer, W. G. (ed.). 1942. MuNDa| durang, A Munda song book, with a preface by W. G. Archer, Dilbar Hans. Patna: United Press, 1942. -- Songs. {#V487; #F120; |*}

Avery, John. 1885. On the Khasi language. Journal of the American Oriental Society 11.clxxiii-clxxv (1885). {#S313; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. 1971. An alternative treatment of glottalization in Gorum. Jalaput: unpubl., 1971. -- According to A. Zide 1978, argues for treating the glottalized consonants as the sequence glottal stop plus nasal, or in the case of */j/, glottal stop plus /i/; cf. Aze n.d. {#Zide, A. 1978, 1982; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. 1973. Clause patterns in Parengi-Gorum. Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse, 1: Sentence and discourse. Ed. by Trail, Ronald. (SIL papers in linguistics, 41.) Norman, Oklahoma: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973. 235-312. {#Zide, A. 1982; Summer Institute of Linguistics catalog 1981; ISBN 0-88312-048-8; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. 1973. Parengi (Gorum) texts. Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse, 3: Texts. Ed. by Trail, Ronald. (SIL papers in linguistics, 41.) Norman, Oklahoma: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973. 213-262. -- 27 texts with grammatical analysis and English translations. {#Zide, A. 1982; #N108; Summer Institute of Linguistics catalog 1981; ISBN 0-88312-045-3; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. 1973. Parengi (Gorum). Patterns in clause, sentence, and discourse, 4: Word lists. Ed. by Trail, Ronald. (SIL papers in linguistics, 41.) Norman, Oklahoma: Summer Institute of Linguistics, 1973. Passim. -- A parallel semantically arranged list of 1700 words in seven languages of Nepal and India, one of which is Parengi (Gorum). {#Zide, A. 1982; #N109; Summer Institute of Linguistics catalog 1981; ISBN 0-88312-046-1; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. 1974. The status of glottalization in Parengi (Gorum). Proceedings of the All-India Conference of Linguists, 1972. Ed. by ??. ??: ??, 1974. 82-95. -- Previous diachronic studies have proposed that glottalization in Munda languages arises in part, or in whole, from underlying voiced stops. However, a synchronic study of Parengi, a South Munda language, suggests a simpler and more satisfying solution in which glottalization is a vocalic feature, or even a prosodic feature of two syllables. {#N107; |*}

Aze, F. Richard. n.d. Glottalization in Parengi: consonantal, vocalic, or prosodic?. Puna: unpubl., n.d.. {#Zide, A. 1982(mimeo.); |*}

Bage, Marsallan. 1957. Pha"nomenologie der Munda-Religion [ =Phenomenology of the religion of the Mundas]. Ph.D. thesis, Freie Universita"t, Berlin, 1957. {#V460; |*}

Bahl, Kali Charan. ?*. A grammar and glossary of Korwa. Chicago: unpubl., ?*. {#R721; |*}

Bakshi, Dhaniram. 1945-1946. hindi|-aMgreji|-ho bha|Sa| s'ikSak [ =A tutor of the Ho language]. 2 vols. Caibasa: ??, 1945-1946. {#V488; |*}

Ball, V. 1871. Names of birds, etc., in four of the aboriginal languages of Western Bengal. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 40:1.103-107 (1871). -- Ho and Santal, in addition to the Dravidian languages Kol (here meaning Kurux) and Male' (Malto). {#V474; |*}

Ball, V. 1880. Jungle life in India, or the journeys and journals of an Indian geologist. ??: ??, 1880. -- On Hill-Kharia, 82-92. {#V462; |*}

Banerjee, Gagan Chandra. 1894. Introduction to the Kharia language. Calcutta: ??, 1894. {#V463; |AAA(xerox)}

Banerjee, N. K.; & Bhatnagar, S. P.; & Roy Burman, B. K. (ed.). n.d. Bibliography of publications in tribal languages. (Census of India, 1961.) New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General, n.d.. Pp. iv, 98. [Reviewed: Language 45:3.673-678 (1969), by Zide, Norman H.] {#Zide 1969; |*}

Barbe, P. 1846. Notice of the Nicobar Islands. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 15.366-367 (1846). -- "Small vocabulary of the Nancowry language", 366-367. {#S430; |*}

Barbour, Philip Lemont. 1921. Buruc,aski, a language of northern Kashmir. Journal of the American Oriental Society 41.60-72 (1921). -- Notes similar traits in Burushaski and the Munda languages, 66f. {#V482; |*}

Bareh, Hamlet. 1971. Khasi fables and folk tales. Calcutta: K. L. Mukhopadhyay, 1971. -- Tales. {#F230; |*}

Basu, Nirmal Kumar. 1933. juya|Gg jta^i [ =]. Prava^si^ 33.804-809 (1933). [Reviewed: American anthropologist, n. s. 36.293ff. (1934), by Bonnerjea, Biren.] -- In Bengali, dated Bengali era 1340. {#V464; #Pinnow 1969; |*}

Beames, John. 1867. Outlines of Indian philology. Calcutta: ??, 1867. -- With a map including Ko^l of Chyebassa (Ho). Appendix A includes numerals in Kole (Ho). {#K117; #V474; |*}

Beames, John. 1867. Outlines of Indian philology. Calcutta: ??, 1867. [Reprint, ??.] -- With a map showing the distribution of Indian languages, incl. Sontha^l, Ko^l of Chyebassa, Bhumij, Mandali Kolehan or Ho^ Sourada Kuar (i.e. Kuri'). {#V474; |*}

Bell, R. C. S. 1945. Koraput District gazetteer. Cuttack: ??, 1945. -- Notes on Gutob, Remo, Gta', Gorum, Sora??. {#V465; |AAA(xerox)}

Bell, R. C. S. 1945. Koraput District gazetteer. Cuttack: ??, 1945. {#V465; |AAA(xerox)}

Benedict, Paul K. 1941. Kinship in Southeastern Asia. Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University, 1941. {#V486; |*}

Benedict, Paul K. 1976. Austro-Thai and Austroasiatic. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1.1-36. {##; |AAA; sub Austronesian, Thai??}

Berger, Mermann. 1964. Vowel assimilation in Bengali and Munda. 26th International Congress of Orientalists, New Delhi, 1964. {#Zide 1969:430 reports abstract in Proceedings of the 26th...; |*}

Bhaduri, Manindra Bhusan. 1931. A Mundari-English dictionary, with an introduction by Rai Bahadur Sarat Chandra Roy. Calcutta: ??, 1931. {#V460; |AAA(xerox)}

Bhaduri, Manindra Bhusan. 1931. A Mundari-English dictionary. Calcutta: ??, 1931. -- Esp. 9. {#V484; |AAA(xerox)}

Bhaduri, Manindra Bhusan. 1941. The aboriginal tribes of the Udaipur State (C. P.). Man in India 21.92-126 (1941). {#V489; |*}

Bhaduri, Manindra Bhusan. 1942. Hindu influence on Munda songs. Essays in anthropology presented to Rai Bahadur Sharat Chandra Roy. Calcutta: ??, 1942. -- Songs. {#F318; |*}

Bhaduri, Manindra Bhushan. 1937. The Korwas of the Udaipur State (C. P.). Man in India 17.127-146 (1937). {#V462; |*}

Bhattacharya, Binoy. 1957. Santa~li upakatha| [ =]. Swadhi|nata| ??.?? (1957). -- Tales. {#F418; |*}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1954. Studies in the Parengi language. Indian linguistics 14.45-63 (1954). {##; #V465; |OSU PK1501.I5; |AAA(xerox)}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1957. Field-notes on Naha|li. Indian linguistics 17.245-258 (1957). {#V487; #Acharya 1978; |OSU PK1501.I5; |AAA??}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1965. Glottal stop and checked consonants in Bonda. Indo-Iranian journal 10.69-71 (1965). {#R770; |AAA(xerox)}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1966. Some Munda etymologies. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. Ed. by Zide, Norman H. (Indo-Iranian monographs, 5.) The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 28-40. {##; #R722; |AAA}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1968. A Bonda dictionary. (Deccan College building centenary and silver jubilee series, 18.) Poona: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute, 1968. Pp. xxxvi, 212. [Reviewed: Journal of the American Oriental Society ??.?? (??), by Norman H. Zide.] -- Based on the plains dialect of Sannasi Nayak, of KudamguRa, Dt. Koraput, Orissa, with some material from hill dialects, and an appendix of words from Elwin 1950. The preface presents a sketch of the transcription system, which is phonetic rather than strictly phonological, and a few notes on morphology and morphophonemics; it also presents 25 etymologies, citing cognates from Munda and Mon-Khmer languages. The dictionary, in Nagari order, includes 2880 entries, with loans marked. Three tales and two songs are appended, with grammatical notes and English translations, 161-174. There are indices of English meanings, of Latin and Remo terms for plants and animals, and of linguistic and ethnographic topics. {##; |AAA}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1970. The Munda languages and South-East Asia. Bulletin of the Indian Institute of Advanced Study (Simla), July 1970.23-31 (1970). -- Summary of a paper read to the Fellow's Seminar, AIIS, Simla; provides a brief synopsis of the study of Munda languages and of their relations to other languages, with a brief bibliography. {##; |AAA(xerox)}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1972. Dravidian and Munda (a good field for areal and typological studies). Third seminar on Dravidian linguistics. Ed. by Agesthialingom, S., & Shanmugam, S. V. Annamalainagar: Annamalai University, 1972. 241-256. -- Reviews the history of comparisons of Dravidian and Munda languages, and briefly surveys some points of comparison: vowel harmony, "euphonic nunnation" (Caldwell) whereby NVCV becomes NVNCV, phonotactics, lexical and conceptual similaries, the inclusive/exclusive distinction, and inalienable possession. {##; |AAA(xerox--lacks 254-255)}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1975. Studies in comparative Munda linguistics. Simla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1975. Pp. xiv, 205. -- Bibliography, 199-205. {##; |AAA}

Bhattacharya, Sudhibhushan. 1976. Gender in the Munda languages. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic Linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1.189-211. {##; |AAA}

Bhattacharyya, Asutosh. 1952 (published l955). Death-rites, funeral ceremonies and ideas of life after death among the Hill Soras of Orissa. (Bulletin of the Department of Anthropology, 1.) Calcutta: ??, 1952. {#V464; |*}

Bhattacharyya, Asutosh. 1954. A Bondo child's cremation. Journal of the Andhra Historical Research Society 20.36-38 (1954). {#V465; |*}

Bhattacharyya, Subenda Sekhar. 1964. A garland of forest flowers. All India Folklore Conference souvenir. Calcutta: The Technical and General Press, 1964. -- Songs. {#F425; |*}

Bhattacharyya, Subenda Sekhar. 1964. Santal songs: different types. Bulletin of Deccan College Research Institute 3.?? (1964). -- Songs. {#F426; |*}

Biligiri, H. S. 1961. A descriptive grammar of Kharia. Ph.D. thesis, Deccan College, Poona, 1961. -- Published as Biligiri 1965. {#R701; |*}

Biligiri, H. S. 1965. Kharia: phonology, grammar, and vocabulary. (Deccan College building centenary and silver jubilee series, 3.) Poona: Deccan College Postgraduate and Research Institute, 1965. Pp. xviii, 106. -- Phonemics, 1-34; morphology, 35-74; syntax, 75-117; Kharia-English vocabulary, in Roman order, 119-206. Separates sounds into major and minor subsystems of phonemes (roughly native versus foreign) on the basis of frequency. {##; |AAA(3 copies); |computer}

Biligiri, H. S. 1965. The Sora verb, a restricted study. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1965. 2.231-250. {##; #R677 (pre-pub); |AAA}

Biswas, P. C. 1956. Santals of the Santal Parganas. Delhi: ??, 1956. {#V460; |*}

Blagden, Charles Otto. 1909. From central India to Polynesia, a new linguistic synthesis. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society ??:53.?? (1909). {#V478; |*}

Blain, Edgar. 1975. English-Sadri dictionary. Jharsuguda, Orissa: Society of the Divine Word, 1975. Pp. viii, 223. -- Appendix, 212-223, gives paradigms. {##; |AAA}

Bodding, Paul Olaf (ed.). 1925-1929. Santal folk tales. 3 vols. Oslo: Instituttet for Sammenlignende Kulturforskning, 1925-1929. {#V459; #F465 cites AP of 1929 as Oslo: H. Aschehong and Co.; |*.}

Bodding, Paul Olaf (ed.). 1942. Traditions and institutions of the Santals. (Oslo Universitet Ethnografiske Museum Bulletin, 6.) Oslo: Oslo University Ethnografiske Museum, 1942. -- See Bodding 1887. {#V460; #Orans 1965; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1909. Folklore of the Santal Parganas. London: ??, 1909. -- Error for Bompas?? Tales, songs, ballads, proverbs. {#F462; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1922. Materials for a Santali grammar, I Mostly phonetic. Dumka: ??, 1922. -- 2d ed., Bodding 1930. {#V459; |AAA}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1924. A chapter of Santal folklore. (Royal Frederik University, Kristiania, Indian Institute publications 1.41-119.) -- Tales, songs. {#Flutes; #F467 (gives AP as Kristiania: A. W. Broggers); |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1924. Hor khaniko: Santal folktales. Benagaria: Santal Mission of the Northern Churches, 1924. -- Tales. {#F463; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1925-1940. Studies in Santal medicine and connected folklore: part I, The Santals and disease; part II, Santal medicine; part III, How the Santals live. Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 10:1.1-132 (1925), 10:2.133-426 (1927), 10:3.427-502 (1940). {##; #V459; |Hopkins AS472.B42 v. 10; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1926. Further notes on the burus and the bongas. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12.286-288 (1926). -- Cf. Bodding 1926b. {#V459; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1926. The meanings of the words buru and bonga in Santali. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12.63-77 (1926). -- Cf. Bodding 1926b. {#V459; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929-1936. A Santal dictionary. 5 vols. Oslo: Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, 1929-1936. Pp. (vol. 1, a-c): xvi, iv, 652; (vol. 2, d-gh): iv, 548; (vol. 3, h-kh): iv, 752; (vol. 4, l-ph): iv, 750; (vol. 5, r-y): iv, 704. -- "A masterpiece of learning"--W. G. Archer. Index of words of ethnological interest, 5.702-704. {#V459; |AAA}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929-1936. A Santal dictionary. 5 vols. Oslo: Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, 1929-1936. Pp. (vol. 1, a-c): xvi, iv, 652; (vol. 2, d-gh): iv, 548; (vol. 3, h-kh): iv, 752; (vol. 4, l-ph): iv, 750; (vol. 5, r-y): iv, 704. -- Numerous citations of Hindi, Bengali, and Sadani words used in Santali, passim. {#V484; |AAA}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929-1936. A Santal dictionary. 5 vols. Oslo: Norske Videnskaps-Akademi, 1929-1936. Pp. (vol. 1, a-c): xvi, iv, 652; (vol. 2, d-gh): iv, 548; (vol. 3, h-kh): iv, 752; (vol. 4, l-ph): iv, 750; (vol. 5, r-y): iv, 704. -- Numerous word comparisons, passim. {#V475; |AAA}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929. A Santali grammar for beginners. Benagaria: ??, 1929. {#V459; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929. Materials for a Santali grammar, II Mostly morphological. Dumka: ??, 1929. {#V459; |AAA(xerox)}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1929. Santali grammar. Santal Parganas, Deoghar: Santal Pharia seva Mandal, 1929. -- Devanagari. {#N127; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1930. Materials for a Santali grammar, I Mostly phonetic. 2nd ed. Dumka: ??, 1930. -- A reprint of the first (1922) edition with very few, mostly formal, alterations. {#V459; |AAA(xerox)}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1932. Les Santals. Journal asiatique 221.43-65 (1932). -- A brief general description of the tribe... {#V487; |AAA(xerox)}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1940. Santal riddles. (Royal Frederik University, Kristiania, Publications of the Indian Institute ??.??.) {#F466; #Flutes cites as Book publ. Oslo; |*}

Bodding, Paul Olaf. 1940. Studies in Santal medicine and connected folklore. Memoirs of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal 10:3.?? (1940). -- Songs, tales, proverbs. {#F464; |*}

Bompas, Cecil Henry. 1902. Folklore of the Kolha|n. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 71:3.62 ff. (1902). -- Ballads, tales, proverbs. {#K118; #F475; |*}

Bompas, Cecil Henry. 1909. Folklore of the Santhal Parganas. London: David Nutt, 1909. -- Songs, tales, ballads, etc. {#V487; #F472; |*}

Bonnerjea, Biren. 1935. A Munda nyelvekro'l [ =]. Magyar Nyelvo'r 64.99-102, 124-130 (1935). {#V483; |*}

Bonnerjea, Biren. 1937. Traces of Ugrian occupation of India. Indian culture 3.621-632 (1937) -- Reviews and contributes evidence to support Hevesy's theory that Munda belongs to the same family as Finno-Ugric. {#V483; |AAA(xerox); |OSU DS401.1424}

Borgohain, A. K. 1973. Folk tales of NEFA. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1973. -- Tales. {#F478; |*}

Bose, Nirmal Kumar. 1928. Marriage and kinship among the Juangs. Man in India 8.233-242 (1928). {#V464; |*}

Bose, Nirmal Kumar. 1929. Juang associations. Man in India 9.47-53 (1929). {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

Bose, Nirmal Kumar. 1930. A Juang ceremony. Man in India 10.178-181 (1930). {#Pinnow 1969; |*}

Bouez, Marine, & Bouez, Serge. 1975. Le mythe de cre'ation santal [ =The Santal myth of creation]. Asie du Sud-Est et Monde Insulindien 6:4.125-164 (1975). {#mks8; |AAA}

Bowles, Gordon T. 1943. Linguistic and racial aspects of the Munda problem. Studies in the anthropology of Oceania and Asia, presented in memory of Roland Burage Dixon, IV. (Papers of the Peabody Museum of America, archeology and ethnology, Harvard University, 20.) 81-101. -- Critical review of the various theories. {#V478; |*}

Boxwell, J. 1887. On the Santali language. Transactions of the Philological Society 1887.380-385 (1887). {#N133; |*}

Bradley-Birt, F. B. 1903. Chota-Nagpore, a little-known province of the Empire. With an introduction by the Right Hon. The Earl of Northbrook. London: Smith, Elder and Co., 1903. {#V486; |*}

Brandreth, E. L. 1878. On the non-Aryan languages of India. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society n. s. 10.1-32 (1878). -- Khasi, 25-27; Mon-Khmer, 28-30. {#S307; |*}

Brandreth, E. L. 1878. On the non-Aryan languages of India. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society n. s. 10.1-32 (1878). -- Treats Kolarian, the Mon-Annam languages, and Khasi separately. {#V477; |*}

Briggs, John. 1851. On the aboriginal tribes of India. Edinburgh new philosophical journal, April-October 1851.331-344 (1851). {#V473; |*}

Briggs, Lawrence Palmer. 1945. How obsolete are the theories of Professor Dixon and Pater Schmidt?. Journal of the American Oriental Society 65.56-58 (1945). {#V480; #V483 (cites 57ff.); |*}

Briggs, Lawrence Palmer. 1945. How obsolete are the theories of Professor Dixon and Pater Schmidt?. Journal of the American Oriental Society 65.56-58 (1945). {#V480; |*}

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Cabaton, Antoine. 1905. Dix dialectes indochinois recuillis par Prosper Odend'hal, e'tude linguistique [ =Ten Indo-Chinese dialects collected by Prosper Odend'hal, a linguistic study]. Journal asiatique, se'r. 10, 5(166).265-344 (1905). -- 1 Cam, malais, jarai, kanco, kha| bi|, raDe'; 2 a) khme`r, vieux khme`r, crau, kuy, pnon, por, samre, prou, stien; b) alak, bahnar, boloven, curu, halan, deDan, kahov (ko"ho), kasen, kon-tu, lave', niaho'n, sue', taren; c) khmus, lemet, mi, nan~an [??]. {#V476; |AAA(xerox)}

Campbell, Andrew. 1899-1902. A Santali-English dictionary. In three parts: part 1 1899, part 2 1900, part 3 1902. Pokhuria: Santal Mission Press, 1899-1902. -- 2d ed., Macphail 1933; 3d ed., Macphail 1953; English-Santali, Macphail 1954. {#V459; |*}

Campbell, G. A.??. 1891. Santal folk tales. Pokhuria: Santal Mission Press, 1891. -- Tales, legends collected in the Manbhum district of West Bengal. {#F532; #Flutes cites A. Campbell, Pokhuria 1899; |*}

Campbell, George. 1866. The ethnology of India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 35:2, supplementary number (1866). -- Appendix B, 204 ff., contains a Comparative table of aboriginal words, including Hos or Singbhum Kols. Appendix F, 266 ff. contains vocabularies by Dalton, incl. Ho. Appendix G, 268 ff., reprints Tickell 1840a and 1840b. {#K117; #V464; |*}

Campbell, George. 1866. The ethnology of India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 35:2, supplementary number (1866). -- Appendix F contains a vocabulary of Pattooas or Juang by Lieut. Col. Dalton. {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

Campbell, George. 1866. The ethnology of India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 35:2, supplementary number (1866). -- Contains in appendix F a Bhumij vocabulary by R. G. Latham. {#K95; #V464; |*}

Campbell, George. 1866. The ethnology of India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 35:2, supplementary number (1866). -- Kolarian family, 34 ff.; also Dalton, E. T., The "Kols" of Chota-Nagpore, 153-198. App. B. Comparative table of aboriginal words (with Ho, Sontal). App. F. Brief Vocabulary of the Moondah and cognate languages of the Kolarian type, by Dalton, 266 ff. (with Moondah, Ho, Kherriah, Putoons or Juang, Sonthal, Bhumiz, Coour (Kuri)). {#V474; |*}

Campbell, George. 1874. Specimens of languages of India, including those of the aboriginal tribes of Bengal, the Central Provinces, and the Eastern Frontier. Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press, 1874. Pp. (2), 4, 303. -- Contains Bhumij of Manbhum. {#K96; #S304; |*}

Campbell, George. 1874. Specimens of languages of India, including those of the aboriginal tribes of Bengal, the Central Provinces, and the Eastern Frontier. Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press, 1874. Pp. (2), 4, 303. -- Contains Khasi vocabularies, 220-235, 272-283. {#S304; |*}

Campbell, George. 1874. Specimens of languages of India, including those of the aboriginal tribes of Bengal, the Central Provinces, and the Eastern Frontier. Calcutta: Bengal Secretariat Press, 1874. Pp. (2), 4, 303. {#S304; #Dasgupta 1978 (cited as 1872); |*}

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Carmichael, D. F. 1869. A manual of the District of Vizagatapam in the Presidency of Madras. Madras: ??, 1869. -- Appendix V, Comparative vocabulary of Telugu and the dialects of the principal wild races, in the District of Vizagapatam, 357-371. {#V465; |*}

Carmichael, D. F. 1869. A manual of the District of Vizagatapam in the Presidency of Madras. Madras: ??, 1869. -- Appendix V, Comparative vocabulary of Telugu and the dialects of the principal wild races, in the District of Vizagapatam, 357-371. {#V474; |*}

Carmichael, D. F. 1869. A manual of the District of Vizagatapam in the Presidency of Madras. Madras: ??, 1869. -- Appendix V, Comparative vocabulary of Telugu and the dialects of the principal wild races, in the District of Vizagapatam, 357-371. {#V474; |*}

Chaklader, Snehamoy. 1978. Language shift among the Santals in West Bengal. Tenth International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, New Delhi, December 1978. -- "This is a case study based on the theory of language shift. The selection of the Santal for this specific study is not only due to their numerical strength (54.35 percent of the population of West Bengal), but also because of their resilience and ability to insulate their language and culture from the influence of their neighbours."--from XICAES Abstracts, vol. 2. {#N135; |*}

Chakravarti, P. N. ?*. Gata' folktales. Chicago: unpubl., ?*. -- Some sixty folktales (mostly fables, a few myths) from plains Gta', and two from hill Gta', edited with translation and grammatical notes, with a skeleton phonology and grammar. {#R699; |*}

Charencey, de. 1901. Note sur la langue Santali [ =Note on the Santali language]. Journal asiatique, se'r. 9, 17(158).350-351 (1901). -- Santali is the main dialect of the Kolarian family, which perhaps was in India before the arrival of the Dravidians. A few Santali words are compared to words of the Mon or Annamite group to show that the former borrowed from the latter. Similarities to Australian words are cited as evidence of contact with "black Oceanians". {#V482; |AAA(xerox)}

Chatterjee, Suhas. 1963. On Didei nouns, pronouns, numerals, and demonstratives. Chicago: mimeo., 1963. -- Three classifications of nouns are proposed: (1) According to possible affixes, with animates taking the accusative suffix, kinship animates taking in addition personal possessor suffixes, and inanimates taking neither; (2) according to whether the noun has a combining form, and if so, how this is formed, relative to the (longer) free form; (3) according to the concord of numeral classifiers, into human, animate, and inanimate. Nominal compounds include (1) copulatives, either Noun + Noun, or Noun + Echo (e.g. /Gka/ in /Gku-Gka/ 'tigers and so forth'), and (2) determinatives, both dependent (Noun + Noun, either modifier-first e.g. /raja-Dua/ 'king's house', or modifier-last, e.g. /hEik'-luk'/ 'earwax', lit. 'excrement-ear') and descriptive (Noun + Noun, e.g. /koTla-kito/ 'a god named Kotle', or Adjective + Noun, e.g. /toloe-bir/ 'white stone'. Personal pronouns distinguish three persons and three numbers. They have special forms with the accusative and genitive suffixes, as personal affixes with kinterms, and as subject affixes with verbs; in the latter forms, number is syncretized in the first and third persons. The numerals 1,...,10 take classifier suffixes before nouns (see above). Complex numerals are decimal to 19 and decimal-vigesimal to 399. The paper concludes with lists of nominal affixes of emphasis and case, pospositions, and demonstratives, and a summary of their phrase structures. {#R700; #N5; |*??}

Chatterji, A. N., & Das, T. C. 1927. The Hos of Seraikella, pt. 1. (Calcutta University anthropological papers, n. s. 1.) {#V461; |ICF; |PU; |OCl; |*}

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Chatterji, Suniti Kumar. 1932. Two new Indo-Aryan etymologies. Zeitschrift fu"r Indologie und Iranistik 9.31-40 (1932). {#V485; |*}

Chatterji, Suniti Kumar. 1935. A Roman alphabet for India, Calcutta phonetic studies. Journal of the Department of Letters, University of Calcutta?? 27.50-51 (1935). -- Behandlung der Annahme des vorgeschlagenen Alphabetes fu"r Santali und Mundari. [ =]. {#V475; |*}

Chatterji, Suniti Kumar. 1936. Non-Aryan elements in Indo-Aryan. Journal of the Greater India Society 3:1.43-49 (1936). {#V485; |*}

Chattopadhyay, K. P. 1941. Khasi kinship and social organization. (Calcutta University anthropological papers, n. s. 6.) Calcutta: Calcutta University, 1941. {#V472; |ICF; |PU; |OCl; |*}

Chaudhury, Indu Roy. 1970. Folk tales of Santhals. New Delhi: Sterling Publishers, 1970. -- Tales. {#F659; |*}

Choudhury, N. C. 1977. Munda social structure. Calcutta: Firma KLM, 1977. Pp. viii, 137. -- Description of the Munda system of kinship and marriage, and its permeation into economic and socio-political life. Contents: ch. I, Introduction; ch. II, The setting: the village and its people; ch. III, The universal descent groups; ch. IVVI, Family and kinship; ch. V, Kinship and the cycle of life; ch. VI, Panch and Parha; ch. VII, The Munda and their neighbors. {##; |Hopkins DS432.M8C481 1977; $Firma KLM Private Limited, 257B B. B. Ganguly Street, Calcutta-70012; |*}

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Cole, F. T. 1875. Santali riddles. Indian antiquary 4.164 (1875). {#Flutes; #F834; |*}

Cole, F. T. 1876. The Rajmahal hillmen's songs. Indian antiquary 5.?? (1876). -- Songs. {#F833; |*}

Cole, F. T. 1879. Glossary of Santali. Indian antiquary 8.197ff. (1879). {#N140; |*}

Cole, F. T. 1879. List of words and phrases with their Santali equivalents. Indian antiquary 8.194-196 (1879). {#N138; |*}

Cole, T. 1896. A Santali primer. Pokhuria: Santal Mission Press, 1896. Pp. viii, 128. -- 2d ed. Cole 1906. {#V459; |*}

Cole, T. 1906. A Santali primer. 2nd ed. Pokhuria: Santal Mission Press, 1906. Pp. viii, 128. -- 1st ed. Cole 1896. {#V459; |*}

Cook, Walter A. 1965. A descriptive analysis of Mundari. Ph.D. thesis, Georgetown University, Washington, D. C., 1965. {#R772; |OSU; |*}

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Critchfield, Jean. 1962. Car Nicobarese phonology. Berkeley: unpubl., 1962. {#R757; |*??}

Critchfield, Jean. 1963. A binary comparison of the Car and Central dialects of Nicobarese. Berkeley: unpubl., 1963. -- A reconstruction of Proto-Nicobarese based on Car data of the author and of Whitehead, and on Central (Nancowry) data of Man. On the basis of 211 cognates the consonants /p t c k f s m n J G r~ l v r y h ?/ are reconstructed, all but six of the correspondences being identities in all environments. Vowel reconstructions are less certain, the proposed inventory (like that of the consonants) matching that of Car. It is suggested that the Central vowels may have been inadequately transcribed. Despite the slight phonological divergence between the two dialects, the number of cognates is rather small. A Nicobarese custom of word-taboo is discussed as a possible explanation for this accelerated replacement of lexical items. {#R758; |*}

Critchfield, Jean. 1963. Loanwords in Car Nicobarese. Berkeley: unpubl., 1963. -- Loanwords from French (2), Burmese (2), English (14), and Hindi-Urdu (53, of which 11 are in turn from English, 3 from Portuguese, and 2 from Persian) are identified, and the effect of the loans on the Car phonological system is discussed in the light of a contrastive sketch of the systems of the donor languages. {#R759; |*}

Critchfield, Jean. 1964. Car Nicobarese morphology I: the substantive. Berkeley: unpubl., 1964. -- A stratificational description including morphophonemic statements. Substantives are divided into object pronouns and nouns, and the latter into two morphological classes depending on whether they take numerative morphemes when preceded by numerals. {#R760; |*}

Critchfield, Jean. 1964. Portuguese loanwords in Car Nicobarese. American Oriental Society, Western Branch, San Francisco, March 1964. -- An examination of ?? Nicobarese words of ultimately Portuguese origin, with a detailed discussion of the history of Nicobarese contact with other languages, many of which have themselves borrowed from Portuguese. The form of eight of these words shows them to have passed through intermediary languages, while the rest could be direct borrowings. {#R761; |*}

Crooke, C. William. 1949. Tribal heritage, a study of the Santhals. London: Lutterworth Press, 1949. -- Songs. {#F898; |*}

Crooke, W. 1892. A vocabulary of the Korwa language. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 61:1.125-128 (1892). {#V461; |AAA(xerox)}

Culshaw, W. J. 1949. Tribal heritage, a study of the Santals. London: Lutterworth Press, 1949. Pp. xii, 211, map. -- Contents: ch. 1, The making of a people; ch. 2, The Santal and his neighbours; ch. 3, The rhythm of daily life; ch. 4, Dancing, music and poetry; ch. 5, Some folk-tales; ch. 6, Myths and the clan organization; ch. 7, The world invisible (1); ch. 8, The world invisible (2); ch. 9, Festivals; ch. 10, Birth and initiation; ch. 11, Marriage; ch. 12, Death; ch. 13, The impact of Christian missions; ch. 14, The new community; app. A, Santal kinship terms (pp. 191-195),; app. B, Santali text of songs (pp. 195-202); app. C, Glossary (pp. 203-206); app. D, Bibliography; app. E, Index. {##; #V487; #Orans 1965; |Hopkins DS432.S6C8 1949; |*}

Culshaw, W. J., & Archer, W. G. 1945. The Santal rebellion. Man in India 25.223-239 (1945). -- Songs. {#Orans; #Flutes (wo WJC); #F906; |*}

Cust, R. N. 1884. Grammatical note and vocabulary of the language of the Korku, a Kolarian tribe in Central India. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society n. s. 16.164-179 (1884). {#V462; |*}

Cust, Robert Needham. 1878. A sketch of the modern languages of the East Indies, accompanied by two language maps. London: Tru"bner, 1878. Pp. xii, 198, 2 maps. -- Khasi family, 117-118. {#S308; |*}

Dalgado, Sebastia~o Rodolfo. 1913. Influe^ncia do vocabula'rio portugue^s em li'nguas asia'ticas (abrangendo ce^rca de cinquenta idiomas) [ =]. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade, 1913. Pp. cii, 253, map. [Translation: Dalgado 1936.] -- Arranged under Portuguese words; index to Nicobarese words, 235. {#S326; |*}

Dalgado, Sebastia~o Rodolfo. 1913. Influe^ncia do vocabula'rio portugue^s em li'nguas asia'ticas (abrangendo ce^rca de cinquenta idiomas) [ =]. Coimbra: Imprensa da Universidade, 1913. Pp. xcii, 253, map. [Translation: Dalgado 1936] -- Arranged under Portuguese words; index to Khasi words, 227. {#S326; |*}

Dalgado, Sebastia~o Rodolfo. 1936. Portuguese vocables in Asiatic languages, translated into English with notes, additions, and comments. (Gaekwad's oriental series, 74.) Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1936. Pp. cxxvi, 520. [Translation of Dalgado 1913.] -- Index to Khasi words, 439. {#S331; |*}

Dalgado, Sebastia~o Rodolfo. 1936. Portuguese vocables in Asiatic languages...translated into English with notes, additions, and comments by Anthony Xavier Soares. (Gaekwad's oriental series, 74.) Baroda: Oriental Institute, 1936. Pp. cxxvi, 520. [Translation of Dalgado 1913.] -- Index to Nicobarese words, 493. {#S331; |*}

Dalton, Edward Tuite. 1872. Descriptive ethnology of Bengal. Calcutta: ??, 1872. -- Contains a Ho vocabulary by Rakhal Das Haldar. {#K118; #V464; |*}

Dalton, Edward Tuite. 1872. Descriptive ethnology of Bengal. Calcutta: ??, 1872. -- Contains a Juang vocabulary by Haldar, Rakhal Das. {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

Dalton, Edward Tuite. 1872. Descriptive ethnology of Bengal. Calcutta: ??, 1872. -- On the Kharias, 158-161. Wordlist by Haldar, Rakhal Das, A comparative wordlist of Munda. {#V462; |*}

Dalton, Edward Tuite. 1872. Descriptive ethnology of Bengal. Calcutta: Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, 1872. Pp. vi, 340, frontispiece, 34 plates, tables. -- Vocabulary of Khasi, 235-241. {#S303; |*}

Das, Tarakchandra. 1931. The Bhumijas of Seraikella. (Calcutta University anthropological papers, n. s. 2.) Calcutta: ??, 1931. {#V461; |ICF; |PU; |OCl; |*}

Das, Tarakchandra. 1931. The wild Kharias of Dhalbhum. (Calcutta University anthropological papers, n. s. 3.) Calcutta: ??, 1931. {#V463; |ICF; |PU; |OCl; |*}

Dasgupta, Dipankar. 1978. Linguistic studies in Juang. Linguistic studies. Calcutta: Anthropological survey of India, 1978. 1-90. {##; $27 Jawaharlal Nehru Road, Calcutta 700 016; |AAA}

Dass, Jaya Deo. 1959. Ho bha|sa| aur uska| sa|hitya [ =]. Darbhanga: ??, 1959. -- Rashtra Bhasha, Parishad. Tales, proverbs, etc. {#F942; |*}

Datta, Kalikinkar. 1940. The Santal Insurrection of 1855-57. Calcutta: University of Calcutta, 1940. {#Orans 1965; |*}

Datta-Majumder, Nabendu. 1955. The Santal: a study in culture-change. (Department of Anthropology, Government of India, memoir, 2.) Delhi: Manager of Publications, 1955. -- Ethnographic. {#Orans 1965; |*}

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DeArmond, Richard C. ?*. Compound words in Gutob. Chicago: unpubl., ?*. {#R690; |*}

DeArmond, Richard C. ?*. On intonation in Gutob. Chicago: unpubl., ?*. {#R692; |*}

Deeney, J. 1975. Ho grammar and vocabulary. Chaibasa, Dt. Singhbhum, Bihar: Xavier Ho Publications, St. Xavier's High School, 1975. Pp. xxiv, 216. -- N.d.; 1975 acc. to Deeney 1978. Supplied with "Some points to be revised in Ho grammar and vocabulary", 1978, pp. iv. {##; |AAA}

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Deogam, Kanhu. 1928. A Ho folk-story. Man in India 8.243-247 (1928). {#V461; #F1048(author cited as Kanha Deegam); |*}

Dhall, Golok Behari. 1957. The languages and dialects spoken in Orissa. Indian linguistics 17.39-43 (1957). -- A brief survey, with mention of the Munda languages Mundari, Ho, and Santali in Mayurbhanja Dt., Gadba [Gutob] in Koraput Dt., Saora [Sora] in Ganjam and Koraput Dts, and Juang in Keunjhar and Dhenkanal Dts. Also names Bhumij, Bhuyan, Kol, Laria [Kharia?], Patua [Juang?], without locating them. {##; #V489; #Acharya 1978; |AAA(xerox); |OSU PK1501.I5}

Drake, John. 1897. Koro shiring do Dharompustako mand, Kurku hymns and Bible words. NoAddress: ??, 1897. {#V462; |*}

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Driver, W. H. P. 1888-1891. Notes on some Kolarian tribes. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 57:1.7-18 (1888), 60:1.24-37 (1891). -- Brief notes on the location, history, divisions, religion, and customs of seven tribes, usually with a sample of vocabulary: the Asur (first installment, 7-10), the Birijiyas (10-12), the Birhors (12-15), the Khariyas (15-18), the Koroas (second installment, 24-28), the Pahariya-Kharias (28-32), and the Sobors or Savaras (32-37), but the latter are neither ethnically nor linguistically identifiable with the Munda-speaking Sora tribe). {##; #V474; |AAA(xerox)}

Driver, W. H. P. 1888. Notes on some Kolarian tribes. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 57:1.7-18 (1888). -- "The Asurs", 7-10, describes a tribe of iron-smelters in the extreme west of Lohardaga district, who speak a Kolarian dialect, and briefly sketches the story of their origin and history, names their sub-tribes and septs, festivals and dances, and sketches their foods, and their customs regarding marriage, children, and death. "The Birijiyas", 10-12, briefly describes a small Kolarian tribe of the Barwe and Chechari parganas of Lohardaga district and the neighboring Native State of Sirguja, their origin, religion, and customs. {##; #K136; |AAA(xerox)}

Driver, W. H. P. 1888. Notes on some Kolarian tribes. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 57:1.7-18 (1888). -- "The Birhors", 12-15, describes a nomadic tribe of hunters in the Chota Nagpur hills and forests, sketching briefly their food, subtribes, religion, festivals, dances, and customs. {##; |AAA(xerox)}

Driver, W. H. P. 1888. Notes on some Kolarian tribes. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 57:1.7-18 (1888). -- "The Khariyas", 15-18, locates this tribe in the southwest corner of Lohardaga district, extending into the neighboring states of Gangpur, Jaspur, and RaigaRh and northern Sambhalpur district; and briefly sketches its history, divisions, religion, ceremonies, customs, festivals, and dances. {##; #K136; |AAA(xerox)}

Driver, W. H. P. 1891. Notes on some Kolarian tribes, no. II. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 60:1.24-37 (1891). -- "The Koroas", 24-28, are said to be scattered over various parts of Chota Nagpur from Palamu to the southernmost of the Native States; a list contrasting 15 words of Baroai Koroa and Manipat Koroa is given, with a brief sketch of the tribe's history, divisions, food, religion, festivals, and customs. {##; #V462; |AAA(xerox)}

Driver, W. H. P. 1891. Notes on some Kolarian tribes, no. II. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 60:1.24-37 (1891). -- "The Pahariya-Kharias", 28-32, locates this hill tribe in southern Manbhum, in Singbhum and Keonjhar, and on the borders of Gangpur and RaigaRh; a list contrasting 14 words of hill and plains Kharia is given, with a brief sketch of the tribe's divisions, food, religion, and customs. Pinnow 1959:462 notes that, since the Pahariya-Kharia have now given up their language (for a dialect of Bengali called Kharia-Thar), the words listed by Driver are all we have of this dialect. {##; #V462; |AAA(xerox)}

Ehrenfels, U. R. 1953. Khasi kinship terms in four dialects. Anthropos 48.396-412 (1953). {#V472, #S332; |AAA(xerox)}

Eickstedt, Egon Freiherr von. 1944. Raassendynamik von Ostasien, China und Japan, Tai und Kmer von der Urzeit bis heute [ =]. Berlin: ??, 1944. -- Copious bibliography. {#V487; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1943. Ten Baiga poems. Man in India 23.?? (1943). -- Songs. {#F1184; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1943. Ten Juang songs. Man in India 33.?? (1943). -- Songs. {#F1183; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1945. Two folk tales about witches. Man in India 25.?? (1945). -- Tales. {#F1181; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1949. Myths of Middle India. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1949. -- Myths, legends, tales. {#V488; #F1176; |AAA}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1954. Tribal myths of Orissa. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1954. -- Tales, legends. {#V488; #F1182; |AAA}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1955. The religion of an Indian tribe. London: Oxford University Press, 1955. -- Tales, legends. {#F1196; |AAA}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1957. Poetry in NEFA mythology. March of India 9.?? (1957). -- Songs. {#F1195.; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1961. Nagaland. Shillong: Research Department, 1961. -- Songs. {#F1186; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1961. When the world was young: folktales from India's hills and forest. Delhi: Govt. of India, Ministry of I. & B., 1961. -- Tales. {#F1180; |*}

Elwin, Harry Verrier Holman. 1968. Myths of the North-East Frontier of India. Shillong: North-East Frontier Agency, 1968. -- Tales, myths. {#F1188; |*}

Elwin, Verrier. 1945. Two Bondo murderers. Man in India 25.56-65 (1945). {#V488; |*}

Elwin, Verrier. 1948. Notes on the Juang. Man in India 28:1, 2.1-146 (1948). {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

Elwin, Verrier. 1950. Bondo highlander. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1950. [Reviewed: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 16:1.177f. (1954).] -- Appendix I: Some relationship terms. {#V465; |AAA}

Elwin, Verrier. 1951. The tribal art of Middle India. Bombay: ??, 1951. {#V488; |AAA}

Elwin, Verrier. 1951. The tribal art of Middle India. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1951. {#V488; |AAA}

Elwin, Verrier. 1954. Tribal myths of Orissa. Bombay: ??, 1954. {#V488; |AAA}

Elwin, Verrier. 1955. The religion of an Indian tribe. London, Bombay, etc.: Oxford University Press, 1955. [Reviewed: Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (London) 19.3.602-603 (1957), by Fu"rer-Haimendorf, C. von.] {#V464; |AAA}

Embree, John F., & Dotson, Lillian Ota. 1950. Bibliography of the peoples and cultures of mainland Southeast Asia. (Southeast Asia studies.) New Haven: Yale University, 1950. {#V487; |*}

Emeneau, Murray B. 1956. India as a linguistic area. Language 32.3-16 (1956). [Reprint, in Emeneau 1980: ??.] {#V489; |*??}

Emeneau, Murray B. 1980. Language and linguistic area: Essays. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1980. Pp. xiv, 372. [Reviewed: Language 58:1.183-193 (1982), by Schiffman, Harold F.] -- Includes Emeneau's major writings on linguistic areas, and the Indian linguistic area in particular, with new introductory material and some updating. Fundamental work on the Indo-Aryan and Dravidian facets of the Indian linguistic area, with little on other (including Munda) languages. {#Schiffman rev.; |*}

Fernandez, Frank, & King, Robert D. ?*. A grammar of Hill Remo. {#R698; |*}

Fernandez, Frank. 1963. A phonology of Remo. M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1963. {#R696; |*}

Fernandez, Frank. 1965. A grammar of Remo. Ph.D. thesis, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965. {#R697; |*}

Finck, Franz Nikolaus. 1909. Die Sprachsta"mme des Erdkreises [ =The language families of the globe.]. (Aus Natur und Geisteswelt, 267.) Leipzig: ??, 1909. -- Accepts Schmidt's Austric language family, 43 ff. {#V478; |*}

Floor, H.; & Gheysens, V.; & Druart, G. 1934. Tea Districts Labour Association dictionary of the Kharia language: English-Kharia by H. Floor and V. Gheysens, Kharia-English by G. Druart. Calcutta: Catholic Orphan Press, 1934. Pp. (3), ii, 1-50 (English-Kharia), (4), 55-125 (Kharia-English). -- Kharia-English section in Roman alphabetical order. {#V488, ##, |IO, |AAA(microfilm print, bound), |M-Kh-D}

Fontana, Nicolas. 1792. On the Nicobar Isles and the fruit of the mellori. Asiatick researches 3.149-163 (1792). -- Account of the islands, the people, and their culture. "As soon as a man is dead his name is never mentioned, even if repeatedly asked" (154). The language, said to be "chiefly Malay, with some words borrowed from Europeans, and other strangers," is illustrated by 143 Nancowry words, including numerals (157-160). Concludes with a description of a tree called mellori in Portuguese, larum in Nancowry, which a note by the president (of the Asiatick Society, Sir William Jones) identifies as the pandanus (163). {#S429; |AAA(xerox); |OSU AS472.B44}

Forbes, C. J. F. S. 1878. On the connection of the Mo|ns of Pegu with the Koles of Central India. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 10.234-243 (1878). -- Skeptical, but not reject a prehistoric relationship. {#V477; |*}

Forchheimer, Paul. 1953. The category of person in language. Berlin: ??, 1953. -- Khasi, 61. {#V472; |*}

Fournier, Alain. 1974. Les Khasi, une population Mon-Khmer de l'Inde [ =The Khasi, a Mon-Khmer people of India]. Asie du Sud-Est et Monde Insulindien 5.79-96 (1974). {#mks5; |AAA}

Francis, W. 1907. Vizagapatam District gazetteer. ??: ??, 1907. {##; #V465; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1942. Religion and ethics among the Konyak Nagas and other Indian tribes. Essays in anthropology presented to S. C. Roy. ??: ??, 1942. 158-168. {#V465; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1943. Avenues to marriage among the Bondos of Orissa. Man in India 23.158-172 (1943). {#V465; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1943. Megalithic ritual among the Gadabas and Bondos of Orissa. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 9.149-178 (1943). {#V465; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1943. Megalithic ritual among the Gadabas and Bondos of Orissa. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 9.149-178 (1943). {#V465; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1945. The problem of Megalithic cultures in middle India. Man in India 25.73-86 (1945). {#V489; |*}

Fu"rer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1945. The Reddis of the Bison Hills. London: ??, 1945. -- Remarks about the Bondos, 8, 37, 49, 328, 330-335. {#V465; |*}

Gabelentz, G. C. von der. 1885. Einiges u"ber die Sprachen der Nicobaren-Insulaner [ =A few remarks on the language of the Nicobar islanders]. Berichte der ko"niglichen sa"chsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Philologisch-historische Klasse 37.290-307 (1885). -- Attempts to relate Nicobarese to the Indonesian language family. {#V479; |*}

Gabelentz, G. von der. 1891. Die Sprachwissenschaft [ =Linguistics]. Leipzig: ??, 1891. -- Posits a "Kolarian-Australian" language family, 274 ff. {#V482; |*}

Gabelentz, Hans Conon der. 1858. Grammatik und Wo"rterbuch der Kassia-Sprache [ =Grammar and dictionary of the Kassia language]. Berichte u"ber die Verhandlungen der ko"niglichen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, Philologisch-historische Klasse 10.1-66 (1858). {#V471, #S300; |*}

Gabelentz, Hans Conon von der. 1885. Einiges u"ber die Sprachen der Nicobaren-Insulaner [ =A few remarks on the languages of the Nicobar islanders]. Berichte der ko"niglichen sa"chsischen Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften, Philologisch-historische Klasse 37.296??-307 (1885). {#V472, #S433; |*}

Gausdal, J. 1942. The Khut system of the Santals. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society ??.?? (1942). {#V460; |*}

Ghosh, Hari Nath. 1916. The Bhumij of Chota Nagpur. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 2.265-282 (1916). {#V461; |*}

Gjerdman, Olof. 1926. Non plosive stops (in Oriental languages). Le monde oriental 20.5-28 (1926). -- Concerns nonplosive sounds in the Austroasiatic and other languages. {#V478; |*}

Glasfurd, C. L. R. 1863. Report on the Dependency of Bustar. (Selections from the records of the Government of India, 29.) Calcutta: ??, 1863. -- Appendix II Gudwa vocabulary. {#V464; |*}

Golish, Vitold de; & Rambach, Pierre; & Hebert-Stevens, F. 1955. Unerforschtes Indien. Expedition "Schildkro"te" 1950-1952, Afrika - Mittlerer Orient - Indien. Biberach/Riss: ??, 1955. -- About Bondo, Gadaba, Kanis, Toda. {#V465; |*}

Golish, Vitold de; & Rambach, Pierre; & Hebert-Stevens, F. 1955. Unerforschtes Indien. Expedition "Schildkro"te" 1950-1952, Afrika - Mittlerer Orient - Indien. Biberach/Riss: ??, 1955. {#V465; |*}

Gonda, J. 1932. Austrisch en Arisch het belang van de kennis der austrische talen, voornamelijk voor de indische Philologie, Rede... [ =]. Utrecht: ??, 1932. -- 1-34. {#V485; |*}

Gonda, J. 1932. Etymologica. AO 10:4.326-335 (1932). {#V485; |*}

Greenberg, Joseph H. 1953. Historical linguistics and unwritten languages. Anthropology today. Ed. by Kroeber, A. L. ??: ??, 1953. 265-286. {#V489; |*}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1903. Indo-Aryan family, eastern group, part 2: Specimens of the Biha|ri| and ORiya| languages. Linguistic survey of India 5:2. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1903. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- On Munda influence, esp. 158, 277 ff. {##; #V484; |AAA(repr).}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1903. Indo-Aryan family, eastern group, part I: Specimens of the Bengali and Assamese languages. Linguistic survey of India 5:1. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1903. -- Kharia-Thar dialect of Manbhum, 90-98. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] {#V489; |AAA(repr.)}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1904. Mon-Khmer and Siamese-Chinese families (including Khasi and Tai). Linguistic survey of India 2. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1904. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Khasi, 4-36; "Standard list of words and sentences" includes Khasi (Standard Lyngngam, Wa|r), Palaung, Riang, etc. With bibliography. {#V476; |AAA(repr.)}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1904. Mo|n-Khme|r and Siamese-Chinese families (including Khasi and Tai). Linguistic survey of India 2. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1904. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- The Mo|n-Khme|r family, pp. 1-3. Accepts Kuhn's connection between Munda, Mon-Khmer (incl. Khasi), Nicobarese, and Malaccan (Aslian) languages, but due to their differences, polysyllabic vs monosyllabic, and subject-object-verb vs subject-verb-object order, he follows Kuhn 1889 in attributing the similarities to a common substratum. (Grierson later changed his mind, cf. 1927??). {#V477; |AAA(repr.)}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1907. The Bhi|l languages, including Kha|nde|s'i|, Banja|ri| or Labha|ni|, Bahru|pia|, &c. Linguistic survey of India 9:3. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1907. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Esp. 9-10. {##; #V484; |AAA(repr.)}

Grierson, George Abraham. 1909. Tibeto-Burman family, part I, Himalyan dialects, north Assam groups. Linguistic survey of India 3:1. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1909. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Compares the "pronominalized" languages with the Munda languages, 273 f., 427 f. {##; V480; |AAA(repr.)}

Griffiths, W. G. 1944. Folklore of the Hos. Man in India 24.261-268 (1944). {#V488; |*}

Griffiths, W. G. 1946. The Kol tribe of Central India. (Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal monograph series, 2.) Pp. xiv, 333. -- Contents: ch. I, The Kol tribe of Central India; ch. II, Material culture of the Kols; ch. III, Social structure of the Kols; ch. IV, Birth, childhood, and puberty; ch. V, The marriage cycle; ch. VI, The social unit: the family; ch. VII, Death and its attendant ceremonies; ch. VIII, Religion and attendant festivals; ch. IX, Magic and witchcraft; ch. X, Folklore and fables; ch. XI, Songs, dance, and art; ch. XII, Life stories of living Kols; ch. XIII, Economic life of the Kols; ch. XIV, The Kol tribe in transition; Appendices: Terms of relationship, Kol names, Notes on the poetry of ch. XI, Glossary of tribes and castes, Bibliography, Glossary of vernacular terms, Anthropometric. [Reprint, New York: AMS, 1979.] {##; #V488; |OSU ??; repr., |Hopkins ??; repr., |Lib Cong DS4342.M8G74 1979; |*}

Guha, B. S. 1928. A Ho folk story. Man in India 8.?? (1928). -- Tale. {#F1497; |*}

Guha, U. 1957. Five folktales of the Santhals. Indian folklore ??.?? (1957). -- Tales. {#F1451-1452.; |*}

Gumperz, John J., & Biligiri, H. S. 1957. Notes on the phonology of Mundari,. Indian linguistics 17.6-15 (1957). -- A phonemic analysis including discussion of stress, vowel length, word juncture, and syllable structure, based on a dialect of Mongolpur, P.O. Onorda, Dt. Mayurghanj, Orissa, which (according to Pinnow 1959:489) differs from the Hasada' und Naguri dialects, and is stated by the authors to resemble Bhumij. {##; #V489; #Acharya 1978; |AAA(xerox); |OSU PK1501.I5}

Gupta, M. G. ??. Saral Santali bhasa shika. ??: ??, ??. {#N141; |*}

Gupta, Satya Prakash. 1976. The Asur: ethno-biological profile. (Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute monograph series, 4.) Ranchi: Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Government of Bihar Welfare and Forest Department, 1976. Pp. xii, 173. -- Revision of PhD thesis, Calcutta University, 1973. Contents: ch. 1, Introduction; ch. 2, Historical perspective; ch. 3, Demography; ch. 4, Reproductive life of women; ch. 5, Anthropometry; ch. 6, Blood groups; ch. 7, Colour blindness; ch. 8, Food habits and nutritional state; ch. 9, Native medicines; ch. 10 Resume, conclusions, problems, and solutions; Appendices. {##; |Hopkins DS432.A8G861 1976; $Director, Bihar Tribal Welfare Research Institute, Ranchi-8; |*}

Gurdon, Philip Richard Thornhagh. 1907. The Khasis and the Austric theory. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society ??.743-750 (1907). -- Discussion by Grierson, 748-750. {#V472, #S325; |*}

Gurdon, Philip Richard Thornhagh. 1907. The Khasis. 1st ed. London: David Nutt, 1907. Pp. xxvii, 227, frontispiece, 18 plates. [2nd ed.: Gurdon 1914. Reprint of 1st ed.: Gurdon 1981.] -- Language, 198-215. {#V472, #S327, |AAA(repr.)}

Gurdon, Philip Richard Thornhagh. 1914. The Khasis. 2nd ed. (1st ed. 1907). London: Macmillan, 1914. Pp. xxiv, 232, 22 plates, 1 map. -- Language, 200-219. {#S327; ##(repr.); |*(but repr.)}

Gurdon, Philip Richard Thornhagh. 1981. The Khasis. New Delhi: Cosmo Publications, 1981. [Reprint of 1st ed. (Gurdon 1907), but lacks frontisp. and plates.] {#V472, #S327, |AAA}

Hahn, Ferdinand. 1900 (1901). A primer of the Asur dukma^, a dialect of the Kolarian language. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 69:1.149-172 (1900 (1901)). {#K136; #V461; |*}

Hahn, Ferdinand. 1900. Kurukh grammar. Calcutta: ??, 1900. -- Asserts an inner relationship between Munda and Dravidian. {#V483; |*}

Hahn, Ferdinand. 1903. Dravidian and Kolarian place names in Mirza|pur, Sha|ha|ba|d and Gaya|. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 73:3.91-93 (1903). {#V474; |*}

Hahn, Ferdinand. 1907. Einfu"hrung in das Gebiet der Kols-Mission [ =Introduction to the area of the Kol mission]. Gu"tersloh: ??, 1907. -- Repeats his assertion of Munda and Dravidian relationship, 34 ff. {#V484; |*}

Hahn, Ferdinand. 1907. Einfu"hrung in das Gebiet der Kols-Mission, Geschichte, Gebra"uche, Religion und Christianisierung der Kols [ =]. Gu"tersloh: ??, 1907. {#V486; |*}

Haldar, Rakhal Das. 1871. An introduction to the Mundari language. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 60{??}:1.46-67 (1871). {#V460; |*}

Haldar, Sukumar. 1915-1922. Ho folk-lore. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 1.255-273 (1915), 2.283-303 (1916), 4.322-343 (1918), 8.125-132 (1922). -- Songs, tales. {#V461; #F1513; |*}

Haldar, Sukumar. 1917. Ho riddles. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 3.276-278 (1917). {#V461; #F1515; |*}

Haldar, Sukumar. n.d. Ho folklore. Indian folklore 2:3.?? (n.d.). -- Tales, songs. {#F1514; |*}

Hamilton, G. 1790. A short description of Carnicobar. Asiatick researches 2.337-344 (1790). -- A sketch of the people and their culture. Of the language, it is only remarked that "their intercourse with strangers is so frequent, that they have acquired in general the barbarous Portuguese so common over India; their own language has a sound quite different from most others, their words being pronounced with a kind of stop, or catch in the throat, at every syllable", and 18 words are listed (341f.). {#S428; |AAA(xerox); |OSU AS472.B44}

Handoo, Jawaharlal (ed.). 1977. A bibliography of Indian folk literature. (CIIL folklore series, 2.) Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, 1977. Pp. xviii, 421. -- Based on a questionnaire as well as library research, this bibliography lists 4252 items alphabetically by author, and identifies the genre (myth, tale, song, riddle, etc.) and the language(s) presented, but with numerous errors, and without indices. {##; abbrev. #F[entry number]; |AAA}

Hans, C. A. n.d. Teach yourself Mundari. Ranchi: HoRo Se^nRa Samaiti, n.d.. Pp. vii, 136. {##; |AAA}

Hans, S. A. B. 1942. MunDa durang. Patna: United Press, 1942. -- Songs. {#F1541; |*}

Harit, H. L, & Roy Burman, B. K. 1961. Bibliography on scheduled castes and scheduled tribes and selected marginal communities of India. (Census of India, 1961.) New Delhi: Office of the Registrar General, 1961. {#N; |*}

Haswell, J. M. 1874. Grammatical notes and vocabulary of the Peguan language. Rangoon: ??, 1874. -- Rejects Mason's theory, 6. {#V477; |*}

Heine-Geldern, Robert. 1921. Gibt es eine austroasiatische Rasse?. Archiv fu"r Anthropologie N. F. 18.79-99 (1921). {#V486; |AAA(xerox); |OSU GN2.A67}

Heine-Geldern, Robert. 1928. Ein Beitrag zur Chronologie des Neolithikums in Su"dostasien. Festschrift Schmidt. Wien: ??, 1928. 809-843. {#V486; |*}

Heine-Geldern, Robert. 1929. Orissa und die Mundavo"lker im "Periplus des Erythra"ischen Meeres" [ =]. Beitra"ge zur historischen Geographie, Kulturgeographie, Ethnographie und Kartographie, vornehmlich des Orients ??.157-171 (1929). Leipzig u. Wien: ??, 1929. {#V486; |*}

Heine-Geldern, Robert. 1932. Urheimat und fru"heste Wanderungen der Austronesier [ =The original homeland and earliest migrations of the Austronesians]. Anthropos 27.543-619 (1932). {#V487; |AAA(xerox); |OSU GN1.A62}

Hembrom, Cenrus. 1971. Cultural elements in Munda riddles. Bihar in folklore study ??.?? (1971). -- Riddles. {#F1566; |*}

Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. 1951. The phonology of loan-words in some South-East Asian languages. Transactions of the Philological Society 1951.131-158 (1951). {#V486; |*??}

Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. 1965. Final -k in Khasi: a secondary phonological pattern. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1965. 1.459-466. -- Austroasiatic final [k] appears as [?] in Khasi, and Schmidt 1904 noted that final [k] appears only in loanwords and onomatopoeic forms; the sources of some ninety words in final [k], including Schmidt's, are traced here to Indo-Aryan loans, phonaesthetic as well as onomatopoeic words, and a few to interjections and personal names. Includes details on phonetic of final consonants. {##; |AAA}

Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. 1965. The topography of certain phonetic and morphological characteristics of South East Asian languages. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Company, 1965. 2.400-434. {##; |AAA}

Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. 1976. Khasi initial clusters. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1.523-538. {##; |AAA}

Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. 1976. Vestiges of morphology in Modern standard Khasi. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1.477-522. {##; |AAA}

Hestermann, Ferdinand. 1926. Affixreihen des Nankauri-Nikobaresischen. Folia ethnoglossica 2:3/4.53-65 (1926). {#V489, #S436; |*}

Hevesy, G. de. 1934. Sur la non-existence de la famille des langues austriques et sur le finno-ougrien dans l'Inde [ =On the non-existence of the Austric language family, and on Finno-Ugric in India]. Journal asiatique 225.143-145 (1934). {#V483; |AAA(xerox)}

Hevesy, Guillaume de. 1935. Du danger de l'emploi des termes "langues austro-asiatiques" et "langues austriques' (Une fausse famille linguistique) [ =On the danger of using the terms "Austroasiatic languages" and "Austric languages" (a false linguistic family)]. Atti del III Congresso internazionale dei Linguisti, Roma, 19-26 Settembre 1933. Firenze: ??, 1935. 11??.268-275. {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, Guillaume de. 1936. Ob-Ougriens de Sibe'rie et Munda de l'Inde [ =Ob-Ugric of Siberia and Munda of India]. L'anthropologie 46:5/6.613-624 (1936). [Reviewed: Orientalische Literatur-Zeitschrift, 40:12.725-727 (1937), by Schrader, F. Otto.] {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, Guillaume de. 1937. Noms ouraliens d'animaux dans l'Inde [ =Uralic animal names in India]. Journal asiatique 229.129-139 (1937). {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, W. F. de. 1930. On Schmidt's Munda-Mon-Khmer comparisons. (Does an "Austric" family of languages exist?). Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 6.187-200 (1930). {#V482; |*}

Hevesy, W. F. de. 1930. On W. Schmidt's Munda-Mon-Khmer comparisons. (Does an "Austric" family of languages exist?). Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 6.187-200 (1930). -- Rejects Schmidt's theory; see under Finno-Ugric. {#V478; |*}

Hevesy, W. F. de. 1933. A small contribution to the knowledge of the Munda languages. Vya|ssasaMgrahamu: A miscellany of papers presented to Rao Saheb Ramamurti. Ed. by ??. Madras: ??, 1933. 30 ff. {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, W. F. de. 1934. A false linguistic family, the "Austro-Asiatic" (About the danger of employing the terms "Austro-Asiatic languages" and "Austric languages"). Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 20.251-259 (1934). {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, W. F. de. 1935. Munda tongues Finno-Ugrian. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 21.107-120 (1935). {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, Wilhelm von. 1932. Finnisch-Ugrisches aus Indien, es gibt keine austrische Sprachenfamilie--das vorarische Indien teilweise finnisch-ugrisch. Wien: ??, 1932. -- Entha"lt neben der unhaltbaren Theorie auch manches Nu"tzliche u"ber Lautwandel und Wortbildung der Mundasprachen. [ =]. {#V475; |*}

Hevesy, Wilhelm von. 1932. Finnisch-Ugrisches aus Indien; Es gibt keine austrische Sprachenfamilie; Das vorarische Indien teilweise finnisch [ =Finno-Ugric from India; there is no Austric language family; pre-Aryan India partly Finnish]. Wien: ??, 1932. [Reviewed: Bulletin de l'E'cole Franc,aise d'Extre^me Orient 32.580-581 (1932), by Coede`s; Bulletin de la Socie'te' de Linguistique de Paris 33.180-181 (1932), by Sauvageot, A.; American anthropologist, n. s. 35.552-554 (1933), by Dobo, George; Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenla"ndischen Gesellschaft (Leipzig), N. F. 12 (87).98-99 (1934), by Printz, Wilhelm; American anthropologist, n. s. 36.632 (1934), by Michelson, Truman; Orientalische Literatur-Zeitung 37:3.187-190 (1934), by Figulla, H. H.; Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 1934.799 ff., by Turner, Ralph; Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 11.331 (??), by Burrow, Thomas.] {#V482; |*}

Hevesy, Wilhelm von. 1934. Zur Frage der austrischen Sprachenfamilie und der indischen Mundasprachen [ =On the question of the Austric language family and the Munda languages of India]. Orientalische Literatur-Zeitung 37:8/9.475-478 (1934). {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, Wilhelm von. 1935. Die Mundasprachen Indiens finnisch-ugrische Sprachen [ =The Munda languages of India Finno-Ugric languages]. Atti del III Congresso internazionale dei Linguisti, Roma, 19-26 Settembre 1933. Firenze: ??, 1935. 11??.275-284. [Reprinted as Neue finnisch-ugrische Sprachen (Die Mundasprachen Indiens) [ =New Finno-Ugric languages (The Munda languages of India)], Firenze 1935.] [Reviewed: Orientalische Literatur-Zeitung 38:10.637-638 (1935), by Schrader, F. Otto.] {#V483; |*}

Hevesy, Wilhelm von. 1936. Zur Verwandtschaft der Munda-Sprachen [ =On the genetic relations of the Munda languages]. Orientalische Literatur-Zeitung 39:5.273-288 (1936). [Reviewed: American anthropologist, n. s. 38.148 (1936), by Bonnerjea, Biren.] {#V483; |*}

Hislop, Stephen. 1866. Papers relating to the aboriginal tribes of the Central Province left in mss. by the late Revd. Stephen Hislop at Nagpore. Ed. by Temple, R. Nagpore: ??, 1866. -- Besides Dravidian languages are included Kuri (or Mua'si') and Parja' Poroja, a Gadaba dialect). {#V474; |*}

Hislop, Stephen. 1866. Papers relating to the aboriginal tribes of the Central Provinces, left in mss by the late Revd. Stephen Hislop at Nagpore. Ed. by Temple, R. Nagpore: ??, 1866. -- Pt. II, Vocabulary, contains Parja, 29 words of a Gadaba dialect not noted in the Linguistic survey of India. With Gudwa vocabulary. {#V464; |*}

Hislop, Stephen. 1866. Papers relating to the aboriginal tribes of the Central Provinces, left in mss by the late Revd. Stephen Hislop at Nagpore. Ed. by Temple, R. Nagpore: ??, 1866. {#V462; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1847. Essays relating to Indian subjects. ??: ??, 1847. -- Classification into "pronominalized" and "non-pronominalized" Himalayan languages, 1.105. {#V480; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1848. The aborigines of Central India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 17:2.550-558 (1848). -- Contains a Bhumij vocabulary by J. C. Haughton; repr. in Hodgson 1880: 97 ff. {#K95; #V473; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1848. The aborigines of Central India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 17:2.550-558 (1848). -- Contains a Ho vocabulary by J. C. Haughton; repr. in Hodgson 1880: 2.97 ff. {#K117; #V473; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1848. The aborigines of central India. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 17:2.550-558 (1848). [Reprinted in Hodgson 1880: 2.95 ff.] -- With "Comparative vocabulary of the aboriginal languages of central India", including the Munda languages Sinbhu'm Ko'l (Ho), So'nta'l, Bhu'mij, Mu'ndala (Mundari), and the Dravidian languages Ura'on, Ra'jmahali (Malto), Go'ndi). {#V473; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1856. Aborigines of the Eastern Gha^ts. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 25.39-52 (1856). -- With "Vocabulary of some of the dialects of the hill and wandering tribes in the northern Sircars", ed. by Newill, H.; includes S'avara (Sora) and Gadaba. {#V474; |*}

Hodgson, B. H. 1880. Miscellaneous essays relating to Indian subjects. London: ??, 1880. -- Vol. 2 is a reprint of Hodgson 1848: 95 ff. {#K95; |*}

Hoffmann, J. 1896. Mundari first reader. Calcutta: ??, 1896. {#V460; |*}

Hoffmann, J. 1903. Mundari grammar. Calcutta: ??, 1903. {#V460; |AAA(xerox)}

Hoffmann, J. 1907-1910. Mundari poetry, music and dances. Memoirs of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 2:5.85-120 (1907-1910). {#V460; #F1576; |AAA(xerox)}

Hoffmann, J. 1930-. Encyclopaedia Mundarica. Patna: ??, 1930-. -- Word comparisons, passim. {#V475; |AAA}

Hoffmann, John, & von Emelen, Arthur. 1930-. Encyclopaedia Mundarica. Patna: ??, 1930-. -- Comparisons with Vedda, 1.??. {#V486; |AAA}

Hoffmann, John, in collaboration with Arthur van Emelen. 1930-. Encyclopaedia Mundarica. Patna: ??, 1930-. 13 vols. (by 1950). {#V460; |AAA}

Hoffmann, John. 1930-. Encyclopaedia Mundarica. 13 vols. (by 1950). Patna: ??, 1930-. {#V484; |AAA}

Hogman, C. A. 1937. La jeune fille chez les tigrees: legends devinettes et paesages de la tribu des Hos [ =]. Paris: ??, 1937. -- Legends. {#F1577; |*}

Horo, E. I., & KanDulna, P. D. (ed.). 1955. Durang puthi, A Mundari hymn book. 16th ed. Ranchi: ??, 1955. {#V487; |*}

Hovelacque, Abel. 1880. La langue Khasia e'tudie'e sous le rapport de l'e'volution des formes [ =The Khasi language studied from the viewpoint of the evolution of its structures]. Paris: Maisonneuve, 1880. Pp. 41. {#S310, cf. Hovelacque 1880a; |*}

Hovelacque, Abel. 1880. La langue Khasia e'tudie'e sous le rapport de l'e'volution des formes [ =The Khasi language studied from the viewpoint of the evolution of its structures]. Revue de linguistique 14.20-50 (1880). {#V471, cf. Hovelacque 1880b; |*}

Hugoniot, Richard D. (ed.). 1970. A bibliographical index of the lesser known languages and dialects of India and Nepal. ??: Summer Institute of Linguistics, India-Nepal, 1970. {#N; |(mf) Summer Institute of Linguistics Bookstore, 7500 W. Camp Wisdom Rd., Dallas, Texas 75236; |*}

Hunter, W. W. 1868. A comparative dictionary of the languages of India and High Asia, with a dissertation, based on the Hodgson lists, official records, and mss. London: ??, 1868. Pp. vi, 218, vi. [Reprint, New Delhi: Cosmo Publications, 1978.] -- Words for 186 basic lexical concepts are presented for over one hundred Asian languages, including, among the "Central Indian" languages, Ho (Kol), Kol (Singbhum), Santa'li, Bhu'mij, Mundala, Kuri, Sa'vara, Gadaba; with indices in English, French, German, Russian, and Latin. {#V474; ##(repr.); |AAA(repr.)}

Hunter, W. W. 1868. A comparative dictionary of the languages of India and High Asia, with a dissertation, based on the Hodgson lists, official records, and mss. London: ??, 1868. [Reprint, New Delhi: Cosmo Publications, 1978.] -- Comparative vocabulary of 185 words including Bhumij, probably based on Hodgson. {##; #K96; #V474; |AAA(repr.)}

Hunter, W. W. 1868. A comparative dictionary of the languages of India and High Asia, with a dissertation, based on the Hodgson lists, official records, and mss. London: ??, 1868. [Reprint, New Delhi: Cosmo Publications, 1978.] -- Comparative vocabulary of 185 words including Ho (Kol), probably based on Hodgson. {##; #K117; #V474; |AAA(repr.)}

Husen, Iqbal. 1895-1896. The Brahman's luck. NINQ 4.?? (1895-1896). -- Tale. {#F1590; |*}

Hutton, J. H. 1931. Notes on the Andamanese and the Nicobarese. Man in India 11.1-14 (1931). {#V472; |*}

Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley (ed.). 1976. Austroasiatic studies. 2 vols. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. -- Proceedings of the First International Conference on Austroasiatic Linguistics, Honolulu, December 1972. {##; |AAA}

Jogeshore Shing, L. 1889. First-gate to English and Khasi. Shillong: Mission School, 1889. Pp. ii, 56. {#S314; |*}

Joshon Tariang, U. 1914. Ka hindustani grammar ha ka ktien khasi. Shillong: Ri Khasi Press, 1914. Pp. (5), 75, 40. -- Contains Urdu-Khasi-English vocabulary. {#S328; |*}

Kanwar, H. I. S. 1959. Folklore of the Khasis of Assam. Indian folklore 2:3.?? (1959). -- Tales. {#F1721; |*}

Kanwar, H. I. S. 1959. Legend behind Khasi snake worship. Indian folklore 1:4.?? (1959). -- Tales. {#F1720; |*}

Kanwar, H. I. S. 1962. Folklore of the Khasis. United Asia 14:2.?? (1962). -- Tales. {#F1722; |*}

Kela, Bhegevandase. 1950. Hemari Adi~jatija~ [ =]. Allahabad: ??, 1950. {#V489; |*}

Kelsall. 1864. Short English Khassia vocabulary. Calcutta: ??, 1864. Pp. 102. {#S302, from #C582; |*}

Kerketta, Noas. 1948. Prabhua' patar. Ranchi: ??, 1948. {#V488; |*}

Kharkongngor, U Iarington. 1968. Ka dienshonhi, A Khasi-Khasi dictionary. Shillong: Ri Khasi Press, 1968. {#Rabel-Heymann 1977; |*}

Kieckers, E. 1931. Die Sprachsta"mme der Erde mit einer Anzahl grammatischer Skizzen [ =The language families of the world with a number of grammatical sketches]. Kultur und Sprache 7.114; 117 ff. (1931). -- Shares Schmidt's view regarding the Cham languages, but separates the Austroasiatic languages. {#V480; |*}

Kirkland, Edwin C. 1966. A bibliography of South Asian folklore. Bloomington: ??, 1966. {#Zide Lg. 1969; |*}

Kluge, Theodor. 1939. Die Zahlenbegriffe der Vo"lker Americas, Nordeurasiens, der Munda und der Palaioafricaner; ein dritter Beitrag zu Geistesgeschichte des Menschen [ =]. Berlin: ??, 1939. -- Based entirely on the Linguistic survey of India, vol. 4. {#V475; |*}

Kochar, Vijay. 1970. Social organization among the Santal. Calcutta: Editions Indian, 1970. -- Chapters on social organization, kinship terms and usages, family, and village organization. {##; |Hopkins DS432.S2K6 1970; $Editions Indian, 12 Krishnaram Bose Street, Calcutta-4; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1904. MuNDa^s and DraviDas. Indian antiquary 33.121-125 (1904). -- Rejects Hahn's assertion. {#V483; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1904. MuNDa|s and Australians. Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenla"ndischen Gesellschaft (Leipzig) 58.147-157 (1904). -- Rejects Thomsen's theory connecting Munda and Australian languages. {#V482; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1904. The Kurku dialect of the Munda family of speech. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society ??.423-433 (1904). -- Genauere Gliederung der Mundasprachen. [ =]. {#V474; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1904. The Kurku dialect of the Munda family of speech. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society ??.423-433 (1904). {#V462; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1905. On some facts connected with the Tibeto-Burman dialect spoken in Kanawar. Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenla"ndischen Gesellschaft (Leipzig) 59.117-125 (1905). -- Munda substratum in the "pronominalized" Himalayan languages. {#V480; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Besprechung der Arbeiten W. Schmidts [ =Review of the works of W. Schmidt]. Go"ttingische Gelehrte Anzeigen ??:3.228-238 (1906). -- Agrees fully with Schmidt's thesis, and advances further supporting material from the Munda languages. {#V477; |*}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- "Gadaba", 229-238, provides a grammatical sketch based on two specimen texts and a word-list from Bastar, the latter included in the list of "Standard words and sentences in the languages of the Munda family", 239-275. The word-list received from Vizagapatam and reproduced in parentheses (ibid.) is actually Gorum. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- "Juang or Patua", 209-216, provides a rough sketch of grammar and two specimen texts and a word-list from Dhenkanal, then one of the Orissa Tributary States; the word-list is included with other "Standard words and sentences in the languages of the Munda family" on 239-275. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- "Savara", 217-228, provides a grammatical sketch based on speciments from Parlakimedi and Ramagiri in Ganjam, and from Vizagapatam district, and a wordlist from Parlakimedi, listed with the "Standard words and sentences in the languages of the Munda family", 239-275. The Parlakimedi material seems to have been furnished by Ramamurti, G. V., who later published a corrected version of the specimen text (The prodigal son), 1931:236f. The completely erroneous opinion of Konow that "Savara has been largely influenced by Telugu and is no longer an unmixed form of speech" (p. 218) has remained remarkably persistent. {##; |AAA}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Again expresses agreement with Schmidt, and adds more supporting material (pp??). {#V478; ##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Asuri, 135-146. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Bhumij, 94-101. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Ho, 116-127. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Konow identified and treated all the Munda languages except Gorum (actually a Gorum word list was included as "Gadaba of Vizagapatam"), Remo, and Gta', providing for most a brief phonological and grammatical sketch and a standard wordlist. Except for some of the "lesser" Kherwarian dialects, Konow's accounts have been superseded, first and most notably by the works of Hoffmann on Mundari, Bodding on Santali, and Ramamurti on Sora, and later but so far less impressively by the works of professional linguists. Konow's classificatory work was basically correct (except in taking Nahali to be a Korku dialect), and was not superseded until Pinnow 1959. {#V474; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Korku, 423-433. {##; #V462; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Nahali, 185-189, treated incorrectly as a dialect of Korku. {##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic Survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Reiterates his rejection, 15-21. {#V482; ##; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing, 1906. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- The Gadaba materials from Vizagapatam described by Konow, 230-233, are actually Gorum; they are quoted in parentheses beside the Gutob (Gadaba of Bastar) forms in the list of "Standard words and sentences", 239-275. {##; #V465; |AAA(repr.)}

Konow, Sten. 1906. Munda and Dravidian languages. Linguistic survey of India 4. Ed. by Grierson, George Abraham. Calcutta: Superintendent, Government Printing. [Reprint, New Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1967, 1973.] -- Kharia, 190-208. {#V463; |AAA}

Konow, Sten. 1908. Notes on the Munda family of speech in India. Anthropos 3:1.68-82 (1908). {#V474; |AAA(xerox); |OSU GN1.A62}

Konow, Sten. 1911. Mundari phonology and the Linguistic Survey. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 7:2.37-41 (1911). {#V460; |AAA(xerox)}

Koppers, Wilhelm. 1942. Meine vo"lkerkundliche Forschungsreise zu den Primitivsta"mmen Zentral-Indiens, 1938/39 [ =My ethnographic research expedition to the primitive tribes of central India, 1938/39]. Internationales Archiv fu"r Ethnographie 41.141-152 (1942). -- Esp. 144. {#V485; |*}

Koppers, Wilhelm. 1942. Meine vo"lkerkundliche Forschungsreise zu den Primitivsta"mmen Zentral-Indiens, 1938/39 [ =My ethnographic research expedition to the primitive tribes of Central India, 1938/39]. Internationales Archiv fu"r Ethnographie 41.141-152 (1942). -- On Nahali, 149f. {#V459; |*}

Koppers, Wilhelm. 1942. Meine vo"lkerkundliche Forschungsreise zu den Primitivsta"mmen Zentral-Indiens, 1938/39 [ =My ethnographic research expedition to the primitive tribes of Central India, 1938/39]. Internationales Archiv fu"r Ethnographie 41.141-152 (1942). -- On the Korkus, 149f. {#V462; |*}

Kosay, Hamit. 1939. Munda dillerindeki Tu"rkce unsular [ =Turkic elements in the Munda languages]. Tu"rk Tarih Kurumu Belleten 3.107-126 (1939). {#V483; |*}

Kuhn, Ernst. 1889. Beitra"ge zur Sprachenkunde Hinterindiens [ =Contributions to the linguistics of Further India]. Sitzungsberichte der ko"niglichen bayerischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-philologische Klasse ??.189-236 (1889). -- Takes a wait-and-see attitude; stresses a relationship, but not an original unity - perhaps an early common substratum. Group 1 So, Nanhang, Sue, Hin, Kuy Mnoh, Kuy Ntoh, Kuy Hah, Kuy Porrh; 2 Mon, Hu"ei, Kat, Suk, Stieng, Bahnar, Kha Tampuen or Proon, Sedang, Vietnamese; 3 Khme^r with Khamen boran, Xong and Samre; 4 Mi, Khmu, Lemet, Palaung; 5 Khasi with Synteng, Battoa, Amwee, Lakadong. In addition Nicobarese, the Malacca dialects, and the Kohl languages. Part 2 deals with Cham and Silong, treated as branching from the Malayan languages. {#V476; #477; #479; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1937. ??. AO 16:3.?? (1937). {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1938. ??. AO 16:4.?? (1938). {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1938. ??. AO 17:1.?? (1938). {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1939. ??. AO 17:4.203-206 (1939). {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1941. Het Austro-Aziatisch karakter der Munda-talen [ =The Austroasiatic character of the Munda languages]. Cultureel Indie" 3.97 (1941). -- Refers to prefixation in the Munda languages. "Sonder twijfel zijn de Munda-talen Austro-aziatisch en dus ten slotte met het Austronesisch verwant." [ =]. {#V478; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1948. Munda and Indonesian. Orientalia Neerlandica, a volume of oriental studies. Leiden: ??, 1948. 372-401. -- Kuiper points out common traits in Munda and Indonesian, particularly the phenomena of nasalization and prenasalization. "We may anticipate that the Munda languages will prove to be of greater and more vital interest for Indonesian linguistics than they are generally held to be." {#V480; |*; sub Indonesian??; AA or Munda??}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1948. Munda and Indonesian. Orientalia Neerlandica, a volume of oriental studies. Leiden: ??, 1948. 372-401. {#V475; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1948. Proto-Munda words in Sanskrit. (Verhandeling der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde, N. R. 51:3.) -- Abundant loanword material: "wide-branched, and seemingly native, word-families of South Dravidian are of Proto-Munda origin", 8. {#V484; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1948. Proto-Munda words in Sanskrit. (Verhandeling der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde, N. R. 51:3.) Amsterdam, 1948. {#V478; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1948. Proto-Munda words in Sanskrit. (Verhandeling der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde, N. R. 51:3.) Amsterdam: ??, 1948. -- Contains, in addition to the treatment of Munda words in Sanskrit, also abundant comparative material on the Munda languages. {#V475; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1950. An Austro-Asiatic myth in the Rigveda. (Mededelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde N. R. 13:7). Amsterdam, 1950, 1950. {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1954. Kharia-English. Leiden: unpubl. -- Includes word-comparisons from Mon-Khmer as well as Munda languages. {#V479; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1954. Kharia-English. Leiden: unpubl., 1954. -- Dictionary based on older sources, with numerous etymological notes. {#V475; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1954. Kharia-English. Leiden??: typescript??, 1954. -- With etymological notes. {#V463; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1954. Two Rigvedic loanwords. Festschrift Albert Debrunner. (Sprachgeschichte und Sprachbedeutung.) ??: ??, 1954. 241-250. {#V485; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1955. Rigvedic loanwords. Studia indologica, Festschrift fu"r Willibald Kirfeld. (Bonner orientalistische Studien, N. S. 3.) Bonn: ??, 1955. 137-185. {#V486; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1962. Nahali: a comparative study. Mededelingen der Koninklijke Nederlandsche Akademie van Wetenschappen, Afd. Letterkunde N. R. 25:5.229-352 (1962). {#R762; |AAA??}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1965. Consonant variation in Munda. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., 1965. 1.54-87. {#R775; |AAA}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1966. The genesis of a linguistic area. Indo-Iranian journal 10.?? (1966). -- Collitz Lecture, Linguistic Society of America, Ann Arbor, July 1965. {#R756; |*}

Kuiper, F. B. J. 1966. The sources of the Nahali vocabulary. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. Ed. by Zide, Norman H. The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 57-81. {##; #R763; |AAA}

Laloo, Filkin. 1967. Folk music of Khasi and Jayantia Hills. Folk music and folklore: an anthology. Calcutta: Folk Music and Folklore Research Association, 1967. -- Songs. {#F2024; |*}

Langendoen, D. Terence. 1962. Mundari phonology. Cambridge, Mass.: mimeo., 1962. {#R714; |AAA??}

Langendoen, D. Terence. 1964. A fragment of Mundari syntax. Cambridge, Mass.: mimeo., 1964. {#R715; |AAA??}

Langendoen, D. Terence. 1967. Mundari verb conjugation. Linguistics 32.?? (1967). {#Munda 1969; |AAA??}

Langendoen, D. Terence. 1967. The copula in Mundari. The verb "be" and its synonyms. Ed. by Verhaar, John M. (Foundations of language, supplement 1.) Dordrecht: ??, 1967. 75-100. {#R773; |*}

le May, Reginald. 1956. The culture of South-East Asia, the heritage of India. 2nd ed. London: ??, 1956. {#V489; |*}

Le'vi, Sylvain. 1923. Pre'-aryen et pre'-dravidien dans l'Inde [ =Pre-Aryan and pre-Dravidian in India]. Journal asiatique 203.1-57 (1923). {#V484; |AAA(xerox)}

Lebar, Frank M.; & Hickey, Gerald C.; & Musgrave, John K. 1964. Ethnic groups of mainland Southeast Asia. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press, 1964. Pp. x, 228, 2 maps in pocket. -- An encyclopaedic survey of the ethnography of Sino-Tibetan, Austroasiatic, Tai-Kadai, and Malayo-Polynesian peoples of mainland Southeast Asia, with bibliography. Of the Austroasiatic languages of India, only Khasi is included (105-112). {##; |AAA(xerox)}

Lebar, Frank M.; & Hickey, Gerald C.; & Musgrave, John K. 1964. Ethnic groups of mainland Southeast Asia. New Haven: Human Relations Area Files Press, 1964. Pp. x, 228, 2 maps in pocket. -- Khasi, 105-112, by McCormack, Anna P. {##; |AAA(xerox)}

Lewin, Thomas Herbert. 1870. The wild races of South-Eastern India. London: Allen and Co., 1870. -- Proverbs, songs. {#F2047; |*}

Logan, J. R. 1852-1856. Ethnology of the Indo-Pacific Islands. Journal of the Indian Archipelago and Eastern Asia 6.658ff. (1852), 7.199ff. (1853), 8.28ff., 200ff. (1854), 9.1ff., 162ff., 359ff. (1855), appendix to n. s. 1.1ff. (1856). -- "Kols", 7.199ff. {#V473; |*}

Lorimer, ??. 1935. The Burushaski language. Oslo: Instituttet for sammenlignende Kulturforskning, 1935. -- In his foreword, 1.xii-xiii, George Morgenstierne rejects any relation between Burushaski and the Munda languages. {#V482; |*}

Lyall, A. 1868. Report of the Ethnological Committee on papers laid before them, and upon examination of specimens of aboriginal tribes brought to the Jubbulpur Exhibition 1866-67. Nagpur: ??, 1868. -- Contains a Bhumij vocabulary in part iii. {#K96; #V464; |*}

Lyall, A. 1868. Report of the Ethnological Committee on papers laid before them, and upon examination of specimens of aboriginal tribes brought to the Jubbulpur Exhibition 1866-67. Nagpur: ??, 1868. -- Contains a Ho vocabulary in part iii, 8 ff. {#K117; #V464; |*}

Lyall, A. 1868. Report of the Ethnological Committee on papers laid before them, and upon examination of specimens of aboriginal tribes brought to the Jubbulpur Exhibition 1866-67. Nagpur: ??, 1868. -- Part III contains a Juang vocabulary. {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

Lyngdoh, Esther Nora. 1963. Two devoted friends: a Khasi tale. Assam quarterly 3.?? (1963). -- Tale. {#F2073; |*}

Macphail, R. M (ed.). 1953. Campbell's Santali-English dictionary. 3rd ed. Benagaria: Santal Christian Council, Benagaria Mission Press, 1953. -- 1st ed., Campbell, A. 1899-1902; 2d ed., Macphail 1933; English-Santali, Macphail 1954. {#V489; |AAA}

Macphail, R. M (ed.). 1954. Campbell's English-Santali dictionary. 3rd ed. Benagaria: Santal Christian Council, Benagaria Mission Press, 1954. Pp. iv, 234. -- Cf. Santali-English Dictionary, 1st ed., Campbell, A. 1899-1902; 2d ed., Macphail 1933; 3d ed., Macphail 1953. Actually this is the first edition of the English-Santali Dictionary as a separate volume; includes "Index to Scientific Names", 227-234. {#V489; |AAA}

Macphail, R. M. (ed.). 1933. Campbell's Santali-English dictionary. 2nd ed. Pokhuria: Santal Mission Press, 1933. -- 1st ed., Campbell 1899-1902; 3d ed., Macphail 1953; English-Santali, Macphail 1954. {#V459; |*}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1962. A note on Juang morphology. Puri: unpubl., 1962. {#R706; #Matson 1964; |AAA??}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1962. A note on Juang phonology. Puri: unpubl., 1962. {#R705; #Matson 1964; |AAA??}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1962. Revised Munda lexical list: Juang. Bhubaneswar: unpubl., 1962. -- Based on Stampe 1962; included in Matson 1964. {#Matson 1964; |AAA}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1964. A note on Sora verb morphology. Puri: unpubl., 1964. {#R678; |AAA(carbon)??}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1976. Comparative notes on Juang and Kharia finite verbs. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic Linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 2.801-814. {##; |AAA}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P., & Mahapatra, Ranganayaki. ?*. Sora lexicon. {#R679; |AAA}

Mahapatra, Bijoy P., & Stampe, David. ?*. Categories of the Sora verb. Papers on Sora and Gorum linguistics. Ed. by Stampe, David. {#R680; |*}

Mahapatra, Khageswar. 1976. Echo-formation in Gta'. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 2.815-831. -- Cf. N. Zide 1976. {##; |AAA}

Mahapatra, Sitakant. 1972. The empty distance carriers. Calcutta: Writers Workshop Publications, 1972. -- Songs. {#F2103; |*}

Maha|nti, Gopi|na|tha. 1956. Ga|dba bha|Sa| [ =The Gutob language]. Cuttack: ??, 1956. {#Zide 1969; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1924. On the terminology of relationship of the Hos of Kolhan. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 20.199-204 (1924). {#V461; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1924. Some of the characteristics of Kolarian songs. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 20:5, Anthropological notes.181-192 (1924). {#V461; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1929. The Korwas of the United Provinces. Man in India 9.237-250 (1929). {#V462; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1932. The cycle of life amongst the Korwas. Man in India 12.253-275 (1932). {#V462; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1937. A tribe in transition: a study in culture pattern. London: Longmans, 1937. [Reviewed: Man in India 18.71-76 (1938).] -- Songs, tales. {#V461; #F2122; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirenda Nath. 1950. The affairs of a tribe: a study in tribal dynamics. Lucknow: Ethnographic and Folk Culture Society, U. P., 1950. Pp. xxvi, 367. -- Contents: ?? Appendix I, "Some folk-tales of Kolhan", 325-359: texts with interlinear translations, 325-349, free translations, 350-359. {##; #V461; #Pinnow 1972; #F2114; |Hopkins ??; |*}

Majumdar, Dhirendra Nath. 1927. A few types of Ho songs composed by a Ho teacher. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 23.?? (1927). -- Songs. {#F2115; |*}

Majumdar, S. C. 1925. Some Santal songs. Visva-Bharati quarterly 3.?? (1925). -- Songs. {#F2126; |*}

Man, Edward Horace. 1872. List of words of the Nicobar languages as spoken at Camorta, Nancowry, Trinkutt and Katschal. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 41.1-7 (1872). {#S431; |*}

Man, Edward Horace. 1889. A dictionary of the Central Nicobarese language (English-Nicobarese and Nicobarese-English, with appendices containing a comparison of synonymous words in the remaining Nicobarese forms and other matters, preceded by notes on the grammar of the Central form...Published under the patronage of the Secretary of State for India. London: W. H. Allen and Co., 1889. Pp. lviii, iv, 243. [Reprint, ??.] -- Central Nancowry dialect. {#V472, #S434; |AAA(xerox)}

Martin, W. 1898. English-Santali dictionary. Benares: Medical Hall Press, 1898. Pp. 192. {#V459; |*}

Martins, Micael. 1954. The Mando. Marg 8:1.?? (1954). -- Songs. {#F2160; |*}

Masica, Colin, & Ramanujan, A. K. 1969. ??. Linguistics in South Asia. (Current trends in linguistics, 5.) Ed. by Sebeok, Thomas A. The Hague: Mouton, 1969. ??. {##; |AAA(xerox)}

Mason, F. 1854. The Talaing language. Journal of the American Oriental Society 4.277-289 (1854). -- Comparative vocabulary of Talaing and Kole; equates Moan with Moond, i.e. Mon with Munda. {#V477; |*}

Mason, F. 1860. Burmah, its people and natural productions or notes on the nations, fauna, flora, and minerals of Tenasserim, Pegu and Burmah. Rangoon: ??, 1860. -- Repetition of his thesis of 1854, 129-134. {#V477; |*}

Mason, F. 1860. Burmah, its people and natural productions or notes on the nations, fauna, flora, and minerals of Tenasserim, Pegu and Burmah. Rangoon: ??, 1860. -- Vocabulary of Kole, alias Ho, 131 ff. {#K117; #V477; |*}

Maspero, Henri. 1948. Notes sur la morphologie du Tibe'to-birman et du Munda [ =Notes on Tibeto-Burman and Munda morphology]. Bulletin de la Socie'te' de Linguistique de Paris 44.155-185 (1948). -- Treats them as separate. {#481; |*}

Maspero, Henri. 1948. Notes sur la morphologie du tibe'to-birman et du Munda [ =Notes on Tibeto-Burman and Munda morphology]. Bulletin de la Socie'te' de Linguistique de Paris 44.155-185 (1948). {#V475; |*}

Maspero, Henri. 1952. Les langues Mounda [ =The Munda languages]. Les langues du monde [ =The languages of the world]. Ed. by Meillet, Antoine, & Cohen, Marcel. 2nd ed. Paris: ??, 1952. 623-644. [Reprint, 1952??.] -- In the 1st ed. of this work, in 1924, these languages were discussed by Przyluski, J., 385-403. {#V475; |*}

Matson, Dan M. 1964. A grammatical sketch of Juang. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1964. {#R708; |AAA(offset)}

Matson, Dan M., & Mahapatra, Bijoy P. 1962. A brief description of Juang. Puri: unpubl., 1962. Pp. 36. -- Phonemics, morphophonemics, morphology (mostly verbs and nominals), and a tagmemic sketch of the syntax. Apparently based on the dialect of Phulbadi, Keonjhar Dt., it is a first version of Matson 1964. {##; #R707(has BPM as author!); #Matson 1964 (has DMM as author!); |AAA(orig.)}

May, J. A. 1873. Notes on the Bhondas of Jaypur. Indian antiquary 2.236ff. (1873). {#V465; |*}

Mayrhofer, Manfred. 1951. Arische Landnahme und indische Altbevo"lkerung, im Spiegel der altindischen Sprache [ =]. Saeculum 2.54-64 (1951). {#V485; |*}

Mayrhofer, Manfred. 1951. Kuberah - Nalakubara, Probleme eines altindischen Gottesnamens. Beitra"ge zur Namenforschung 2.178-181 (1951). {#V485; |*}

Mayrhofer, Manfred. 1953ff. Kurzgefasstes etymologisches Wo"rterbuch des Altindischen [ =A concise etymological dictionary of Sanskrit]. Heidelberg: ??, 1953ff.. [Reviewed: Museum 59 (Juli 1954), by Kuiper, F. B. J.] {#V485; |*}

Mehl, C. 1910. Some remarks on Mundari phonology and on its treatment in the records of the Linguistical Survey of India. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 6:5.247-254 (1910). {#V460; |AAA(xerox)}

Meik, Vivian. 1931. The people of the leaves. London: ??, 1931. -- A lengthy abstract in The Times of London, 6 October 1980; rev. S. C. Roy, An Indian outlook on anthropology, Man, September 1938; rev. L. S. S. O'Malley, Modern India and the West, London 1941. {#V464; |*}

Mishra, D. P. 1958. Nursery rhymes of Korkus. Bulletin of the Tribal Research Institute 1:4.?? (1958). -- Songs. {#F2236; |*}

Mitchell, J. Murray. 1875. Santali songs with translations and notes. Indian antiquary 4.342-344 (1875). {#Flutes; #F2287; |*}

Mitchell, J. Murray. 1875. Specimens of wedding songs of the Mundakolhs. Indian antiquary 4.?? (1875). -- Songs. {#F2288; |*}

Mitra, Bahadur P. K. 1957. Mundari folk tales. Ranchi: ??, 1957. -- Tales. {#F2290; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1925. Bird and serpent myth. Quarterly journal of the Mythic Society 16.?? (1925). -- Tales. {#F2297; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1926. The origin and parallels of stories in Mr. Bompa's "Folklore of the Santal Parganas". Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12.?? (1926). -- Tales. {#F2295; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1926. The story of a fool and its Sanskrit and Buddhist parallel. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12:1.?? (1926). -- Tale. {#F2296; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1927. Marriage customs in Bihar. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 23.?? (1927). -- Songs. {#F2298; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1929 {1930??}. Originals and parallels of some Santhal folk-tales. Journal and proceedings of the Asiatic Society of Bengal n. s. 25:1.?? (1929 {1930??}). -- Tales. {#F2291; #F2294; |*}

Mitra, Kalipada. 1938. A Munda folk-tale: story of the old man and old woman. Man in India 18.?? (1938). -- Tale. {#F2293; |*}

Mitra, Majumder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1908. Tha|kur dadar jhuli [ =]. Calcutta: ??, 1908. -- Tale. {#F2304; |*}

Mitra, Majumder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1923. Da|da| masaye|, thale| [ =]. Calcutta: ??, 1923. -- Tales. {#F2305; |*}

Mitra, Majumder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1925. Tha|kur ma|r jhuli [ =]. Calcutta: ??, 1925. -- Tale. {#F2303; |*}

Mitra, Mujamder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1911. Tha|n|DiDir thale| [ =]. Dacca: ??, 1911. -- Tales. {#F2301; |*}

Mitra, Mujamder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1928. A pioneer Bengalee folklorist. Indian folklore ??.?? (1928). -- Bibliography. {#F2300; |*}

Mitra, Mujamder, & Ranjan, Dakshina. 1957. Lakshmi ritual folk-tales. Indian folklore 1:2.?? (1957). -- Tales. {#F2299,F2302; |*}

Mitra, P. K. 1938. A Munda folk-tale. Man in India 18.153-162 (1938). {#V460; |*}

Mitra, Rai Bahadur P. K. (ed.). 1956. Mundari folk tales in original Mundari language in devanagri script with English translation. Ranchi: ??, 1956. {#V487; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1917-1918. Santhali life in Santhali folksongs. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay 13:3.?? (1917-1918). -- Riddles. {#F2344; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1917. Notes on some Ho riddles. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay 11:2.?? (1917). -- Riddles. {#F2324; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1920. On a Khasi aetiological folktale. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay 11:7.?? (1920). -- Tale. {#F2321; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1921-1924. On an egg-myth from Orissa. Journal of the Anthropological Society of Bombay 12:2.?? (1921-1924). -- Tale. {#F2311; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1926. On a Ho folktale of the "wicked queen's" type. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12.?? (1926). -- Tale. {#F2322; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1926. On a Santali folktale of the "hero and the deity" type. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 12.?? (1926). -- Tale. {#F2316; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1927. On a "Satya Peer" legend in Santhali guise. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 21.?? (1927). -- Tale. {#F2307; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1928. The caterpillar boy and the caterpillar husband in Santhali and Lhota Naga folklore. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 14.?? (1928). -- Tale. {#F2332; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1929. On the Birhor folktale of the wicked queen's type. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 20.?? (1929). -- Tale. {#F2310; |*}

Mitra, Sarat Chandra. 1929. The "magical conflicts" in Santhali, Bengali and Ao Naga folklore. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 20.?? (1929). -- Tales. {#F2326; |*}

Molony, J. C. (ed.). 1911. Census of India, 1911, 12:2. Madras??: ??, 1911. -- Henderson's identifying remarks on the Bonda Gadaba as a separate tribe as opposed to the Gutob (or Bodo) Gadaba and Parenga Gadaba are quoted, 164-167. Re-quoted in part by Elwin 1950: 1, 12. {#Elwin 1950; |*}

Monfrini, Stefano. 1929. La tribu dei Santal [ =The Santal tribe]. Milano: ??, 1929. {#V459; |*}

Monney, Undro. 1943. Ka geography Khasi. Khasi Hills: Welsh Mission, 1943. {#V472; |*}

Mu"ller, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl. 1880. Grundriss der Sprachwissenschaft [ =Fundamentals of linguistics]. Wien: Alfred Ho"lder, 1880. -- 2:2.377-388, Die Sprache der Khasia [ =The language of the Khasia]. {#V472 (date 1882??), #S311; |*}

Mu"ller, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl. 1888. Grundriss der Sprachwissenschaft [ =Fundamentals of linguistics]. Wien: Alfred Ho"lder??, 1888. -- 4:1.29-38, Die Sprache der Bewohner der Nikobaren [ =The language of the inhabitants of the Nicobars]. {#V472; |*}

Mu"ller, Friedrich. 1884. Grundriss der Sprachwissenschaft [ =Foundations of linguistics]. Wien: ??, 1884. -- 3:1.106-135: Die Sprachen der Dra|viDa-Rasse, I. Die Sprachen der Kohl (Vindhya)-Sta"mme [ =The languages of the Dravidian race, I. The languages of the Kohl (Vindhya) tribe]. Specifically, Santali und Mundari. {#V474; |*}

Mu"ller, Friedrich. 1888. Grundriss der Sprachwissenschaft [ =Fundamentals of linguistics]. Wien: ??, 1888. -- 4:1.223-229: Stresses the similarity of the numerals of Mon, Khmer, and the Munda languages. {#V477; |*}

Mu"ller, Max. 1854. Letter to Chevalier Bunsen on the classification of the Turanian languages. Christianity and mankind. Ed. by Bunsen, Chr. K. J. London: ??, 1854. -- In part 3, 435ff., Mu"ller posits a "separate class of Munda dialects". The designation of these languages as Munda originated with him. {#V474; |*}

Mukherjea, C. L. 1943. The Santals. Calcutta: ??, 1943. {#V460; #Orans 1965 ("Publisher and year unknown."); |*}

Mukherjea, Charulal. 1962. The Santals (with illustrations). 2nd ed. Calcutta: A. Mukherjee and Co., 1962. Pp. xvi, 459, plates. -- 1st ed. 1940 mostly destroyed; 2nd ed. revised. Contents: ch. I, Santal genesis and migration; ch. II, Habitat and population; ch. III, Economic life; ch. IV, Social fabric; ch. V, Kinship organisation; ch. VI, Tribal polity; ch. VII, From birth to death; ch. VIII, The cycle of Santal festivals; ch. IX, Religion of the Santals; ch. X, Magic and witch-craft; ch. XI, Santal folk-lore; ch. XII, The Santals in a changing civilisation; app. I, Sex life of the Santal; app. II, A note on hunting in Mayurbhanj; app. III, Santal sects and sub-sects according to Campbell; app. IV, Ditto according to Risley; Index. {##; |Hopkins DS432.S2M8 1962; $A. Mukherjee and Co., 2 Bankim Chatterjee Street, Calcutta-12; |*}

Mukherjee, Charulal. 1945. Santhals revisited. Hindustan standard ??.?? (1945). -- Songs. {#F2389; |*}

Mukherjee, Charulal. n.d. The Santhals. Calcutta: A. Mukherjee and Co., n.d.. -- Tales, songs, etc. {#F2390; |*}

Mukherji, C. C. 1935. Notes on the Santals and Kherias of Manbhum District. Census of India I, 3 B.110ff. (1935). {#V463; |*}

Munda, Dulal Chandra. 1971. Santhal stories on foolishness and human sacrifice. Bihar in folklore study. Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1971. -- Tales. {#F2404; |*}

Munda, Ram Dayal (ed.). 1967. Hisir [ =Necklace]. Ranchi: Sahakari Pra|kashana Samiti, 1967. {#Zide & Munda 1970; |*}

Munda, Ram Dayal. 1964. Mundari quantifiers. Chicago: mimeo., 1964. {#R716; |*}

Munda, Ram Dayal. 1965. Voice, tense, and aspect in Mundari. Chicago: unpubl., 1965. {#R717; |*}

Munda, Ram Dayal. 1969. Aspects of Mundari verb. Indian linguistics 30:2.27-49 (1969). -- On transitivity, aspect, voice, tense, mode, and subject/object agreement in Mundari verb morphology. Introduces "focus" on subject or object. Argues that tense is not an independent category, but is determined by aspect and focus. {##; |AAA(xerox, lacks last 2 pp., poor quality)}

Munda, Ram Dayal. 1971. Cultural elements in Ho folk songs. Bihar in folklore study. Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1971. -- Songs. {#F2405; |*}

Munda, Ram Dayal. 1976. Some formal features of traditional Mundari poetry. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic Linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 2.843-871. {##; |AAA}

Munda, Ram Dayal. ??. Proto-Kherwarian sound system. M.A. thesis, University of Chicago, ??. [Reprint, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota, Department of South Asian Studies, mimeo. (n.d.). Pp. iv, 178.] {##; |AAA(xerox of U. Minn. ed.)}

Mundlay, Aasha Kelkar. 1965. Multilingual behavior of the Nihals in some settlements in Buldana District. {#R764; |*}

Mundlay, Aasha Kelkar. 1966. Linguistic and ritual maintenance of self-identity among the Nihals. {#R765; |*}

Mundlay, Aasha Kelkar. ?*. Nihali lexicon with phonological and etymological notes. {#R766; |*}

Munro, Annie Catherine. 1930. S'ora (Savara) folk-lore. Man in India 10:1.1-9 (1930). {##; #V464; |AAA(xerox)}

Munro, Annie Catherine. 1930. S'ora (Savara) folklore: the bear story. Man in India 10.?? (1930). -- Songs, legends. {#F2406; |AAA}

Murmu, S. C. 1944. Gra|m kaha|ni| [ =]. Dumka: Santhal Education Committee, 1944. -- Tales. {#F2408; |*}

Murmu, S. H. 1945. Karam ar caco chatia. Benagaria: ??, 1945. {#V460; |*}

Murmu, Timothy Tilkai. 1954. The Adibasis past and present, that is, a history of the Indian aborigines from the earliest times to the present day. Tinhapar, Santal Parganas: ??, 1954. {#V489; |*}

Nagaraja, K. S. 1980. A linguistic bibliography of Munda languages. Mysore: Central Institute of Indian Languages, mimeo., 1980. Pp. v, 77. -- Ca. 359 entries, some with abstracts, entered by language, subentered by language, with author index. {##; abbrev #N[page]; |AAA}

Narayan, J. S. 1942. Khasi folk-lore. New review 16.?? (1942). -- Songs, tales. {#F2508; |*}

Nissor Singh, U. 1900. Hints on the study of the Khasi language. Shillong: Ri Khasi Press, 1900. Pp. (2), iv, 58. {#V472; |*}

Nissor Singh, U. 1906. Khasi-English dictionary. Ed. by Gurdon, P. R. T.; & Dohory Ropmay, U; & Hajom Kissor Singh, U. Shillong: Eastern Bengal and Assam Secretariat Press, 1906. Pp. vi, (1), 247. {#V472, #S324, |AAA(xerox??)}

Nottrott, A. 1882. Grammatik der Kolh-Sprache [ =Grammar of the Kolh language]. 1st ed. Guetersloh: ??, 1882. -- 2nd ed. Berlin: ??, 1904. {#V460; |*}

Nottrott, A. 1905. Grammar of the Kol-language, translated into English, with an appendix of phrases by A. G. F. Fitzgerald. Ranchi: ??, 1905. {#V460; |*}

Nowrangi, P. S. 1956. A simple Sadani grammar. Ranchi: ??, 1956. {#V489; |*}

Nowrangi, P. S. 1957. A Sadani reader. Ranchi: ??, 1957. {#V489; |*}

Oldham, Thomas. 1854. On the geological structure of part of the Khasi Hills, with observations on the meteorology and ethnology of that district. Calcutta: Carbery, 1854. Pp. (4), 78, (2), lxxii. -- Appendix C, li-lxx: On the language and ethnology of the Khasis. {#S298; |*}

Orans, Martin. 1965. The Santal: a tribe in search of a great tradition. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1965. Pp. xiv, 154. -- General ethnographic study focused on the impact of industrialization on the Santals around Jamshedpur, Singhbum Dt., Bihar. {##; simult. publ. by Ambassador Books, Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada; Lib.Cong.#65-12595; |AAA}

Paramanik, Paramananda. 1956. Some observations on aboriginal folklore. Indian folklore 1:2.?? (1956). -- Tales. {#F2637; |*}

Pastor, Job (ed.). 1935. KhaRia duraG, Hymns in Kharia durang. Golaghat, Assam: ??, 1935. -- 45 Christian hymns in Bengali script. {#V463; |*}

Pattanayak, Debi Prasanna. 1968. Some comments on Parenga kinship terms. Studies in Indian linguistics (Volume presented to Prof. M. B. Emeneau on his sixtieth birthday year). Ed. by Krishnamurti, Bh. Poona and Annamalainagar: ??, 1968. 250-256. {##; #Zide, A. 1982; #N111; {this vol. is often cited as Indian linguistics (the journal), but it does not appear in Acharya 1978}; |AAA(vol.)}

Peal, S. E. 1896. On some traces of the Kol-Mon-Anam in the eastern Naga Hills. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 65:3.20-24 (1896). {#S318; |*}

Peal, S. E. 1897. On some traces of the Kol-Mon-Anam in the eastern Naga Hills. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 65:3.20-24 (1896). {#S318; #V477 (gives date 1897??); |*}

Phayre, Arthur. 1873. On the history of Pegu. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 42.23-57, 120-159 (1873). -- Accepts Mason's theory, 35. {#V477; |*}

Phillips, J. 1852. An introduction to the Santal language, consisting of a grammar, reading lessons, and a vocabulary. ??: ??, 1852. Pp. 187. {#V459; |*}

Phillips, J. L. 1884. Folklore of the Santalas. Orientalist 1.?? (1884). -- Tales. {#F2712; |*}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen, &with Kerketta, Paulus, & Kullu, Junas (ed.). 1965. Kharia-Texte (Prosa und Poesie) [ =Kharia texts (prose and poetry)]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1965. Pp. xiv, 288, 2 plates. {#R703; |AAA(2 copies)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen, &with Kullu, Junas, & Kerketta, Paulus. 1965. "Der Wertiger" und andere Geschichten in Kharia [ ="The were-tiger" and other stories in Kharia]. Indo-Iranian journal 9:1.32-68 (1965). -- Ten stories in the "standard" dialect of Junas Kulla, from Jhurmul, Dt. Sundargarh, Orissa, with free translations into German and brief grammatical notes. {#R704; |AAA(offpr.)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1954. Grundzu"ge einer Phonetik der Kharia-Sprache [ =Elements of a phonetics of the Kharia language]. Berlin: unpubl., 1954. {#V463; #R702; |*}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1954. Grundzu"ge einer Phonetik des Mundari [ =Elements of a phonetics of Mundari]. Berlin: unpubl., 1954. {#V460; #R718; |*}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1959. Versuch einer historischen Lautlehre der Kharia-Sprache [ =Essay on a historical phonology of the Kharia language]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1959. -- Literaturverzeichnis [ =Bibliography], 459-489. {##; abbrev #V[page]; |AAA}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1959. Versuch einer historischen Lautlehre der Kharia-Sprache [ =Essay on a historical phonology of the Kharia language]. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1959. Pp. xviii, 514, folded map of the Austroasiatic languages. [Reviewed: Shafer??; ??.] -- Despite its modest title, and its emphasis on Kharia and the Munda languages, the most ambitious comparative study of the Austroasiatic languages as a whole, drawing on virtually every Austroasiatic source known in the fifties to establish proto-Munda and proto-Austroasiatic phonology and lexicon. It is a great misfortune that the data then available on Koraput Munda languages was so slight or misleading; relying on Ramamurti's erroneous presentation of Sora as having short vs long vowel systems, Pinnow projected this error from Sora to proto-Austroasiatic. Otherwise, his reconstructions seem in the main to stand up. The Introduction (1-26) lists the languages, briefly surveys the history of comparisons, and surveys their collective systems of word-formation and compounding. Part 1 (27-68) surveys the phonemic systems of the Munda languages (except Gta', which was not known then); Nahali; and the main Mon-Khmer languages (Mon, Khmer, Bahnar, Stieng, Chrau, Sre^); Palaung and Lawa; Khasi; Nicobarese; and the Malakka languages Semang and Sakai. Part 2, Vocalism (69-196), and part 3, Consonantism (197-428), survey the proto-phonemes, providing several hundred sets of cognates and semi-cognates which, thanks to full word-indexes (490-514), represent the fullest comparative Austroasiatic dictionary to date. To provide for the effects of occasional vowel harmony, the presentation of each proto-phoneme is divided up according to its positions in a (C)V(C) or (C)V(C)(C)V(C) word structure frame. Part 4 treats accent and intonation (429-448), and part 5, syllable and word structure. The Literaturverzeichnis (459-489), by far the most comprehensive single contribution to Munda bibliography, is lightly annotated. {#R751; |AAA}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1960. Beitra"ge zur Kenntnis der Juang-Sprache [ =Contributions to a knowledge of the Juang language]. Berlin: unpubl., 1960. {#R709; |AAA(xerox, incomplete)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1960. U"ber den Ursprung der voneinander abweichenden Strukturen der Munda- und Khmer-Nikobar-Sprachen [ =On the origin of the divergent structures of the Munda and Khmer-Nikobar languages]. Indo-Iranian journal 4.81-103 (1960). -- A survey of the divergent phonological, morphological, and syntactic typologies of the Munda, Mon-Khmer, and Nicobarese languages, and a sketch of the development of these extreme differences, which for many linguists made the genetic relationship of these languages seem impossible. {#R752; |AAA(offpr.)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1961. Eine neue Schrift und Geheimsprache bei den Ho von Singbhum (Bihar) - ein vorla"ufiger Bericht [ =A new script and secret language among the Ho of Singhbhum (Bihar) - a preliminary report]. Berlin: unpubl., 1961. -- Cf. Pinnow 1972. {#R(32.80n); |*}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1963. The position of the Munda languages within the Austroasiatic language family. Linguistic comparison in South East Asia and the Pacific. Ed. by Shorto, Harry L. (Collected papers in Oriental and African studies.) London: School of Oriental and African Studies, 1963. 140-152. {#R753; |AAA(vol., offpr.)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1965. Personal pronouns in the Austroasiatic languages: a historical study. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., 1965. 1.3-42. {#R754; |AAA}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1966. A comparative study of the verb in Munda languages. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. Ed. by Zide, Norman H. (Indo-Iranian monographs, 5.) The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 96-193. {##; #R723; |AAA}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1967. Eine Mythe der Juang [ =A Juang myth]. Pratida|nam: Indian, Iranian and Indo-European studies presented to Franciscus Bernardus Jacobus Kuiper on his sixtieth birthday. The Hague: Mouton, 1967. 371-380. -- Juang (dialect of Suakati, Dt. Keonjhar, Orissa) text of the story of Rusi and Rusiani, with translation (German) and notes on phonology and grammar. (A different version of this story was given in English by Elwin 1948:133 and Elwin 1949:555). {##; |AAA(offprint)}

Pinnow, Heinz-Ju"rgen. 1972. Schrift und Sprache in den Werken Lako Bodras im Gebiet der Ho von Singbhum (Bihar) [ =Writing and language in the works of Lako Bodra in the Ho country of Singbhum (Bihar)]. Anthropos 67.822-857 (1972). -- Cf. Pinnow 1961. {##; |AAA(offpr.)}

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Ramamurti, G. V. 1938. Sora-English dictionary. Madras: Superintendent, Government Press, 1938. Pp. xxxvi, 318. -- Contains extensive comparative material from Gutob, Remo and Pareng. {#V465; |AAA}

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Rasulpuri, R. 1952. Santha|li| gi|to~ me~ jivan ka| pratibimba [ =]. Nai dha|ra| Sept. 1952.?? (1952). -- Songs. {#F2943; |*}

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Ray, Rai Saheb Chuni Lal. 1919. Is Mahli a real caste-name?. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 5.272-282 (1919). -- Author offers division into Or-Mahle and Patar-Mahle. {#V460; |*}

Re'gamey, Constantin. 1934. Bibliographie analytique des travaux relatifs au e'le'ments anaryens dans la civilisation et les langues de l'Inde [ =Analytic bibliography of works relating to non-Aryan elements in the civilizations and languages of India]. Bulletin de l'E'cole Franc,aise d'Extre^me-Orient 34:2.429-566 (1934). {#V485; |*}

Re'gamey, K. 1938. ??. Polski Biuletyn orientalistyczny 2.13-40 (1938). -- With bibliography. {#V483; |*}

Reinhard, John R. 1923. Strokes shared. Journal of American folklore 36.?? (1923). -- Tales. {#F2981; |*}

Risley, H. H. 1877. KhaRia. Statistical account of Bengal. Ed. by Hunter, W. W. ??: ??, 1877. -- Vol. 11 (Lohardaga) reproduces Dalton's report. {#V462; |*}

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Ro"epstorff, Frederik Ad. de. 1884. Dictionary of the Nancowry dialect of the Nicobarese language, in two parts: Nicobarese-English and English-Nicobarese. Ed. by Ro"epstorff, Mrs. de. Calcutta: Home Department Press, 1884. Pp. xxv, 279. {#V472, #S432; |*}

Roberts, H. 1875. A new Khassi primer for primary schools; Part I. Calcutta: School-Book Society, 1875. Pp. 31. {#S305; |*}

Roberts, H. 1875. Anglo-Khassi dictionary. Calcutta: ??, 1875. -- Revised ed.: Roberts, H. 1878. {#471; |*}

Roberts, H. 1876. Khassi primer, vernacular series, part 1, and part 2, with vocabulary. Calcutta: School-Book Society, 1876. {#V471, #S306, from #C582; |*}

Roberts, H. 1891. A grammar of the Khassi language for the use of schools, native students, officers and English residents. (Tru"bner's collection of simplified grammars of the principle Asiatic and European languages, 21.) London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Tru"bner and Co., 1891. {#V472, #S315; |*}

Roberts, John. 1884. Ka kot pule ka balai: Khasi third reader for the use of schools, Khasi and Jaintia Hills. (Vernacular series.) Cherrapoonjee: Welsh Mission, 1884. Pp. 110. {#S312, from #C583; |*}

Roberts, Mr. John. 1914. Khasi folklore. Carnavon: C. M. Bookroom, 1914. -- Tales. {#F2990; |*}

Robinson, William. 1849. Notes on the languages spoken by the various tribes inhabiting the valley of Assam and its mountain confines. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 18:1.183-237, 310-349 (1849). -- The Kassia, 336-341. Comparative vocabulary, 342-349, by Jones, T. {#V471, #S297; |*}

Roepstorff, Frederik Ad. de (ed.). 1949. The Gospel of Matthew in Nicobarese (Nancowry dialect). 3rd ed. (1st ed. 1884). Rangoon: ??, 1949. {#V489; |*}

Roy Burman, B. K. 1968. Languages of the tribal communities of India and their use in primary education. New Delhi: ??, 1968. {#Zide, Lg. 1969; |*}

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Roy, Chaudhury P. C. 1964. A note on Santhal folktales. Folklore 5:5.?? (1964). -- Tales. {#F3043; |*}

Roy, David. 1938. The place of the Khasi in the world. Man in India 18.122-134 (1938). {#V472; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra, & Roy, Ramesh Chandra. 1937. The KhaRias. 2 vols. Ranchi: Man in India Office, 1937. [Reviewed: Man in India, 17.92 (1937); Anthropos 34.472-474 (1939), by Bonnerjea, Biren.] -- Includes some song and tale texts. {#V463; #F3053; |AAA(xerox)}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1912. The Mundas and their country. Calcutta: City Book Society, 1912. Pp. x, 546, lxxxiii. -- Contents: ch. I, The origin of the Ko|l tribes; ch. II, The traditional history of the Mundas; ch. III, The early history of the Mundas; ch. IV, The mediaeval period of Mundari history; ch. V, The modern history of the Mundas; ch. VI, The ethnography of the Mundas; app. I, Munda cosmogony and legendary history; app. II, The legend of Lutkum Haram and Lutkum Buria; app. III, The land tenures of the Ranchi district; app. IV, Epochs and dates. {##; #Orans 1965; #V460 (AddresRanchi); |Hopkins DS432.M8R6 1912; |*}

^Y=1917. ^A=Roy, Sarat Chandra. ^T=The social organization of the Birhors. =Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 3:3.363-371 (^Y1917). {#noted in copy of table of contents; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1920. The PahiRa^s of Chota Na^gpur. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 6.527-539 (1920). -- Roy mentions here that the Hill-Kharias speak Bengali. {#V463; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1921. Khasi kinship terms. Man in India 1.233-238 (1921). {#V472, #S330; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1923. A possible ethnic basis for the Sanskrit element in the Munda languages. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 9.376-393 (1923). {#V484; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1923. A possible ethnic basis for the Sanskritic element in the Munda languages. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 9.376-393 (1923). -- On Sanskrit words in Mundari. {#V460; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1925. The Birhors, a little-known jungle tribe of Chota Nagpur. Ranchi: ??, 1925. -- App. 1, Birhor vocabulary with comparative notes, 559 ff. {#V475; |AAA(repr.)}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1925. The Birhors: a little-known jungle tribe of Chota Nagpur. Ranchi: "Man in India" Office, 1925. Pp. vi, 608. [Reprint, Ranchi: "Man in India" Office, 1978. Pp. x, 298.] -- Contents: ch. I, Earlier accounts of the Birhors; ch. II, A general view of Birhor life; ch. III, Social system: totemism and kinship organization; ch. V, Kinship system; ch. VI, Marriage customs; ch. VII, Birth, childhood, and puberty customs; ch. VIII, Death and funeral customs; ch. IX, Religious beliefs and practices; ch. X, Magic and witch-craft, omens and dreams; ch. XI, Folk-tales; XII, Science and natural history, fine arts and the useful arts, games and amusement; ch. XIII, Conclusion; app. I, Birhor vocabulary; app. II, Census figures for Birhor population in 1911 and 1921; app. III, Anthropometrical measurements of some Birhors; app. IV, Size and sex of families; Index. The vocabulary, about 800 words in Roman transcription, appears on 559-591 (267-286 in the reprint ed.). {##; #V461; |Hopkins DS432.B5R61 1925; $Man in India Office, 18 Church Road, Ranchi 834 001, Bihar (Rs 85); |AAA(repr)}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1934. Caste, race and religion in India. Man in India 14.39-63, 75-220, 271-311 (1934). {#V487; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1935. Report of anthropological work in 1934-35, the migration of the Kharias. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 21:4.213-230 (1935). {#V463; |*}

Roy, Sarat Chandra. 1935. The Hill Bhuiyas of Orissa. Ranchi: Man in India Office, 1935. -- Songs, etc. {#F3047; #F2973; |*}

Roy, Satindra Narayan. 1927. The Savaras of Orissa. Man in India 7.277-336 (1927). {#V464; |*}

Ruben, Walter. 1939. Eisenschmiede und Da"monen in Indien [ =Blacksmiths and devils in India]. (Internationales Archiv fu"r Ethnographie, 37, supplement.) Leiden: ??, 1939. {#V461; |*}

Ruben, Walter. 1939. Eisenschmiede und Da"monen in Indien. (Internationales Archiv fu"r Ethnographie, 37, supplement.) Leiden: ??, 1939. -- On Finno-Ugric relationship, 117, 141f. {#V483; |*}

Ruben, Walter. 1940. The "Asur" tribe of Chota-Nagpur: "Blacksmiths and devils in India". Man in India 20.290-294 (1940). {#V488; |Hopkins GN1.M3; |*}

Ruben, Walter. 1952. U"ber die Literatur der vorarischen Sta"mme Indiens [ =On the literature of the pre-Aryan tribes of India]. (Deutsche Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Institut fu"r Orientforschung, Vero"ffentlichung Nr. 15.) Berlin, 1952. {#V487; |*}

Russell, R. V., assisted by La|l, Hi|ra. 1916. The tribes and castes of the Central Provinces of India. London: ??, 1916. -- Nahali, 4.259-260. {#V459; |*}

Russell, R. V., assisted by La|l, Hi|ra. 1916. The tribes and castes of the Central Provinces of India. London: ??, 1916. -- On the Gadabas, 3.9-14. {#V465; |*}

Russell, R. V., assisted by La|l, Hi|ra. 1916. The tribes and castes of the Central Provinces of India. London: ??, 1916. -- On the Korkus, 3.550-570. {#V462; |*}

Russell, R. V., assisted by La|l, Hi|ra. 1916. The tribes and castes of the Central Provinces of India. London: ??, 1916. -- The Kharias, 3.445-453. {#V463; |*}

Sahu, Doman "Samir". 1952. Ye| santa|li| lo|kgi|t [ =]. Nai dha|ra| 3:7.?? (1952). -- Songs. {#F3148; |*}

Sahu, Doman "Samir". 1953. Santha|li| lo|k gito~ me~ da|mpatya ji|van [ =]. Janpad 1:3.?? (1953). -- Songs. {#F3136; |*}

Sahu, L. N. 1943. A Bhumiya song. Man in India 23.?? (1943). -- Songs. {#F3150; |*}

Samuels, E. A. 1856. Notes on a forest race called the Puttooas or Juanga inhabiting certain of the Tributary Mehals of Cuttack. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 25.295-303 (1856). -- Contains a Juang vocabulary. {#Dasgupta 1978, #V464; |*}

SaRa, Jagar. 1951ff. HoRo jagar rea' eskar sakam [ =]. Ranchi: ??, 1951ff.. -- The only Mundari newspaper. {#V487; |*}

Sarkar, Girindra Nath. 1916-1919. Ho riddles. Journal of the Bihar and Orissa Research Society 2.350-355 (1916), 5.250-258 (1919). {#V461; #F3199; |*}

Sarkar, R. M. 1969. Tribal women through customs and tradition. Women in Indian folklore. Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1969. -- Songs, tales. {#F3200; |*}

Sarkar, R. M. 1971. The Santal insurrection through ballads. Bihar in folklore study. Calcutta: Indian Publications, 1971. -- Ballads. {#F3201; |*}

Satpathy, Gopinath. 1963-1964. Parenga. Adibasi 3.165-166 (1963-1964). -- G. N. Das, ed. {#Zide, A. 1982; |*}

savaiyaM, brajmohan. 1955. abua' ho kaji [ =]. seyaM marsal 2:2.15ff. (1955). {#Pinnow 1972; |*}

Schanzlin, G. L. 1932. On the structure of Munda words. Journal of the American Oriental Society 52.46-50 (1932). {#V485; |*}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1904. Grundzu"ge einer Lautlehre der Khasi-sprache in ihren Beziehungen zu derjenigen der Mon-Khmer-Sprachen [ =Fundamentals of a phonology of the Khasi language, in relation to other Mon-Khmer languages]. Abhandlungen der ko"niglichen bayrischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Klasse 1, 22:3.675-810 (1904). [Reviewed: Man 6:106.173-174 (1906), by Ray, Sidney H.] -- With bibliography. {#V472; #S322; |AAA(xerox)}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1904. Grundzu"ge einer Lautlehre der Khasi-Sprache, in ihren Beziehungen zu derjenigen der Mon-Khmer-Sprachen. Mit Einem Anhang: Die Palaung-, Wa- und Riang-Sprachen des mittleren Salwin [ =Foundations of a phonology of the Khasi language, in relation to the other Mon-Khmer languages. With an appendix: the Palaung, Wa, and Riang languages of the central Salwin]. Abhandlungen der ko"niglichen bayrischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Klasse 1, 22:3.675-810 (1904). Mu"nchen: ??, 1904. -- Unites the Munda languages with the Mon-Khmer group as an entity opposed to Khasi, Nicobarese, Palaung, Semang, etc., 759f. {#476; #V477; |AAA(xerox)}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1906. Die Mon-Khmer Vo"lker, ein Bindeglied zwischen Vo"lkern Zentralasiens und Austronesiens [ =The Mon-Khmer people, a link between the peoples of Central Asia and Austronesia]. Archiv fu"r Anthropologie 33 (N. F. 5).59-109 (1906). -- Also appeared as a monograph 1906, and in French translation 1907-1908. {#V476; |AAA(xerox); |OSU GN2.A67.}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1906. Die Mon-Khmer Vo"lker, ein Bindeglied zwischen Vo"lkern Zentralasiens und Austronesiens [ =The Mon-Khmer People, a link between the peoples of Central Asia and Austronesia]. Braunschweig: ??, 1906. -- First appeared in Archiv fu"r Anthropologie, 1906; French translation, 1907-1908. 345 word comparisons in Santali, Mon, Khmer, etc. "Damit ist die innere Zusammengeho"rigkeit der Munda-Sprachen mit dem Nikobar, dem Khasi, den Mon-Khmer-Sprachen u"ber allen Zweifel sichergestellt; diese Zusammengeho"rigkeit ist keine blosse Hypothese mehr, sondern eine Tatsache..." [ ="Herewith the inner unity of the Munda languages with Nicobarese, Khasi, and the Mon-Khmer languages is established beyond all doubt; this unity is no longer merely a hypothesis, but a fact..."] (64). Here and in his other works Schmidt treats the Cham languages as a "mixed group" of the Austroasiatic languages. More distantly, he joined the Austroasiatic and Austronesian languages to an "Austric" language family. {#V476; #V477; #V479; |AAA(xerox)}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1907-1908. Les Peuples Mon-Khmer, Trait-d'union entre les Peuples de l'Asie centrale et de l'Austrone'sie [ =The Mon-Khmer people, a link between the peoples of Central Asia and Austronesia]. Bulletin de l'E'cole Franc,ais d'Extre^me-Orient 7.213-263 (1907), 8.1-35 (1908). -- French translation by Marouzeau, Mme. J., of Schmidt 1906a 1906b. {#V476; |*}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1916. Einiges u"ber das Infix mn und dessen Stellvertreter p in den austroasiatischen Sprachen [ =A few remarks on the infix mn and its proxy p in the Austroasiatic languages]. Aufsa"tze zur Kultur- und Sprachgeschichte vornehmlich des Orients: Festschrift E. Kuhn. Mu"nchen: ??, 1916. 457-474. {#V478; |*}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1926. Die Sprachfamilien und Sprachenkreise der Erde [ =The language families and language areas of the world]. (Kulturgeschichtliche Bibliothek, Reihe 1, Nr. 5. Heidelberg: ??, 1926. -- Schmidt reiterates his view that the Cham languages are ultimately Austroasiatic, and his belief in the unity of the Austroasiatic and Austronesian languages (147). {#V480; |AAA}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1935. Die Stellung der Munda-Sprachen [ =The place of the Munda languages]. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 7.729-738 (1935). -- Cf. Anthropos 31.589 (1936). {#V483; |*}

Schmidt, Wilhelm. 1935. Die Stellung der Munda-Sprachen [ =The position of the Munda languages]. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 7.729-738 (1935). -- Defends his views against Hevesy's attack, see above and under Finno-Ugric. {#V478; |*}

Schott, William. 1858. Die Cassia-Sprache im nordo"stlichen Indien, nebst erga"nzenden Bemerkungen u"ber das T'ai oder Siamesische [ =The Khasi language in northeast India, with additional remarks on Thai or Siamese]. Abhandlungen der preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philologisch-historische Klasse ??.415-432 (1858). {#S301; |*}

Schott, William??. 1856. U"ber die sogenannten indo-chinesischen Sprachen, insonderheit das Siamesische [ =On the so-called Indo-Chinese languages, especially Siamese]. (Abhandlungen der ko"niglichen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Philologische und historische Abhandlungen ??). Berlin, 1856, 1856. -- Comparison of the Munda and Vietnamese numerals and pronouns. {#V477; |*}

Schrader, F. Otto. 1928. Ein syntaktisches Problem der indischen Sprachfamilien [ =A syntactic problem in the language families of India]. Zeitschrift fu"r Indologie und Iranistik 6.72-81 (1928). -- Attributes the post-posing of the partitive genitive in Dravidian to Munda influence. {#V484; |*}

Schrader, F. Otto. 1936. On the "Uralian" element in Dra|viDa and the MuNDa| languages. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 8.751-762 (1936). {#V483; |*}

Scott, W. S. Edmondston. 1920. The Basque declension: its Kolarian origin and structure. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 1.147-184 (1920). -- Asserts that Basque has "direct derivation from the Munda or Kolarian languages of Bengal", 147. {#V482; |*}

Sebeok, Thomas A. 1942. A bibliography of Mon-Khmer linguistics. Studies in linguistics 11.?? (1942). {#V476; |*}

Sebeok, Thomas A. 1942. An examination of the Austroasiatic language family. Language 18:3.206-217 (1942). -- Superficially critical; on account of insufficient evidence, the Munda languages, and Semang and Jakun, should be separated from the Austroasiatic languages pending evidence to the contrary. {#V478; |*}

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Shafer, Robert. 1940. Naha|li|, a linguistic study in paleoethnography. Harvard journal of Asiatic studies 5.346-371 (1940). -- Nahali not a Munda language. {#V459; |*}

Shafer, Robert. 1940. Naha|li|, a linguistic study in paleoethnography. Harvard journal of Asiatic studies 5.346-371 (1940). -- Several Burushaski words are compared with Nahali. {#V482; |*}

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Shahidullah, Muhammed. 1930. MuNDa| affinities of Bengali. Proceedings and transactions of the Sixth All-India Oriental Conference. Ed. by ??. Patna: Bihar and Orissa Research Society, 1930. 715-721. {#V485; |*}

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Skrefsrud, L. O. 1942. Horkoren mare hapramko katha. Oslo: ??, 1942. -- Songs, tales. {#F3662; |*}

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Stampe, David. 1962. Revised Munda lexical list. Chicago: mimeo., 1962. -- A standard list of glosses, divided into nouns (nonverbals) and verbs, used for eliciting vocabulary in early fieldwork by various members of the Joint Indo-American Munda Languages Project of 1962; e.g. Mahapatra 1962c (Juang), .... {##; |AAA}

Stampe, David. 1963*. On the Sora noun. {#R682; |*}

Stampe, David. 1963. Munda cognation list. Chicago: mimeo., 1963. -- A list of provisional reconstructions of Munda cognates drawn from Pinnow 1959 and responses to Stampe 1962, used to elicit new cognates in the field by various members of the Joint Indo-American Munda Languages Project 1963; e.g. .... {##; |AAA}

Stampe, David. 1963. Proto-Sora-Gorum phonology. M.A. thesis, University of Chicago, 1963. [Reprint, Chicago, mimeo., 1963.] -- Includes a sketch of Sora phonology and an attempt to correlate it with the transcriptions of Ramamurti's works and of the Sora New Testament, pp. ??. {##; #R728; |AAA(mimeo.)}

Stampe, David. 1963. Proto-Sora-Parengi phonology. M.A. thesis, University of Chicago, 1963. Pp. ii, 50, 4 (supplement). -- Includes brief sketches of Sora and Gorum phonology, and rules of thumb for interpreting the transcriptions of Ramamurti and the Sora New Testament. The reconstructed phonological system matches Sora's, namely */p t s k b D j g m n J G l r R y i E e + A a u o O/ plus uncertain glottal phonemes, with Gorumchanging */J/ to nasalization plus /y/, */e/ to /i/, */o/ to an uncertain reflex, */+/ to /u/ in noninitial syllables and elsewhere to /i/, and */A/ to /a/; Gorum /T d N z/ appear to be borrowed or secondarily developed. "Glottalized morphemes in Sora-Gorum", Chicago (typescript, 1965, 3 pp.), proposes that */'/, occurring not more than once per morpheme, gave So. /'/ : Go. /'/; final */g/ gave So. null : Go. /'/; and that word-formation processes in Sora were responsible for the occasional correspondence of So. /'/ : Go. null. {##; #R728; |AAA(mimeo., 1965 typescript)}

Stampe, David. 1965*. Phonology of the Sora verb. {#R683; |*}

Stampe, David. 1965. Cardinal numerals in Munda. American Oriental Society, Chicago, April 1965. {#R724; |AAA}

Stampe, David. 1965. On checking in Munda. Chicago: unpubl., 1965. -- mimeo. {#R725; |*??}

Stampe, David. 1965. Phulbadi Juang phonology. Chicago: unpubl., 1965. {#R771; |*}

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Starosta, Stanley. 1967. Sora syntax. Ph.D. thesis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1967. {##; |AAA(carbon)}

Starosta, Stanley. 1976. Case forms and case relations in Sora. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 2.1069-1107. {##; |AAA}

Stephens, C. L. 1895. Khasi primer. Khadrawphrah (Khasi Hills): ??, 1895. {#S317, from #C582; |*}

Sulankhi, Bhim Ram. 1886. Ho kaji, or a grammar in Ho language. Benares: ??, 1886. -- In Hindi. Burrows 1915:ii says "Babu Bhim Ram Salanki of the Singhbhum Deputy Commissioner's office has, I understand, published a Ho grammar in English. I have not yet seen a copy of his book...". {#K118; #V461; |*}

Suryavanshi, Bhagwan Singh. 1956. Romances in the tribals. Indian folklore 2:3.?? (1956). -- Songs. {#F3724; |*}

Temple, Richard Carnac. 1902. A grammar of the Nicobarese language, being chapter IV of part II of the census report on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, 1902. Port Blair: Superintendent's Printing Press, 1902. Pp. (3), 35. -- On the Nancowry dialect. {#S435; |*}

Temple, Richard Carnac. 1907. A plan for a uniform scientific record of the languages of savages. Applied to the languages of the Andamanese and Nicobarese. Indian antiquary 36.181-203, 217-251, 317-347, 353-369 (1907). [Reprint, Temple 1908.] {#S424; |*}

Temple, Richard Carnac. 1908. A plan for a uniform scientific record of the languages of savages, applied to the languages of the Andamanese and Nicobarese. Bombay: ??, 1908. [Reviewed: Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 1908.1201-1211, by Blagden, C. O.] [Reprint of Temple 1907.] {#V472; |*}

Thompson, Stith, & Balys, Jonas. 1958. The oral tales of India. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1958. -- Tales. {#F3805; |*}

Thompson, Stith; & Balys, Jonas; & Roberts, Warren E. 1960. Types of Indic oral tales, India, Pakistan and Ceylon. Helsinki: Suomalainen Tiedeakatemia [??] Academia Scientiarum Fennica, 1960. -- Tales. {#F3806; |*}

Thomsen, Vilhelm. 1892. Bemaerkninger om de khervariske (kolariske) Sprogs Stilling [ =Observations on the place of the Kherwarian (Kolarian) language]. Oversigt over det Kgl. Danske Videnskabs Selskabs Forhandlinger ??.231-238 (1892). -- Attaches the Munda languages closely to the Australian languages; cf. the reply of Konow 1906. {#V482; |*}

Thurston, Edgar, assisted by Rangachari, K. 1909. Castes and tribes of Southern India. Madras: Government Press, Madras, 1909. 7 vols. -- "Poroja", 2.207-222; under "Gadaba", 2.242-252, are quoted Bonda Poraja [Remo] numerals recorded by Francis, W.: "mu|yi, baar, gii, oo, moloi, thiri, goo, thama|m, and so on". {##; #V465; |*(xerox of Poroja article)}

Thurston, Edgar, assisted by Rangachari, K. 1909. Castes and tribes of Southern India. Madras: Government Press, Madras, 1909. 7 vols. [Reprint, New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1965.] -- "Gadaba", 2.242-252, describes this tribe of Vizagapatam district as having five sections: Bodo ('big') or Gutob, Parenga, Olaro, Kaththiri, and Kapu, but much of the article, which mainly concerns ethnology, does not distinguish between them. Cites W. Francis's statement that the Gadabas have numerals similar to those cited as Kerang Kapu (see the note on Thurston 1909 under Gta', and also under Remo) only for the first five numerals, after which they lapse into Oriya; but C. A. Henderson is cited as recording "muititti (1 + a hand), and martitti (2 + a hand)" among the Gutob Gadaba numerals. {##; #V465; |AAA(xerox of article)}

Thurston, Edgar, assisted by Rangachari, K. 1909. Castes and tribes of Southern India. Madras: Government Press, Madras, 1909. 7 vols. [Reprint, New York: Johnson Reprint Corporation, 1965.] -- Under "Gadaba", 2.242-252, Turner, H. G., in the Madras Census Report of 1871 is quoted as stating that "very much akin to the Gadabas are a class called Kerang Ka|pus. They will not admit any connexion with them; but, as their language is almost identical, such gainsaying cannot be permitted them. They are called Kerang Ka|pu from the circumstance of their women weaving cloths, which they weave from the fibre of a jungle shrub called Kerang (Calotropis gigantea)." Their numeral system is given: "Moi, Umbar, Jugi, O, Malloi, Turu, Gu|, Tammar, Santing, Goa, and for eleven...they prefix the word Go, e.g. Gommoi, Gomba|ro, etc." Thurston, following W. Francis, identifies these numerals as Bonda Poraja (Remo; see the note on Thurston 1909 under Remo), but in the opinion of the editor of this bibliography they are Gta'; if they are, these are the earliest forms recorded in the language. {##; #V465; |AAA(xerox of article)}

Tickell, S. R. 1840. Grammatical constructions of the Ho language. Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 9:2.997-1007 (1840). [Reprint, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal 30:2(supp.).268ff. (1866).] {#K117; #V461; |*}

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Trigunayat, Jagdish (ed.). 1957. Bansuri| baj rahi|, or Ba~sAri bAjA rAhi (Rutu saRitana), MuNDa lokA gitA. Patna: Bihar Rashtra Bhasha Parishad, 1957. -- Songs. {#F3841; #V487; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1948. MuNda| bha|sa| aur sa|hitya [ =]. Samme|lan patrika| ??.?? (1948). -- Songs. {#F3839; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1955. MuNda|o~ di~ ka|vyakala| [ =]. Ajkal ??.?? (1955). -- Songs. {#F3838; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1957. MunDa|o~ ke~ karma gi|t [ =]. Nai dha|ra| ??.?? (1957). -- Songs. {#F3837; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1958. Some Munda songs collected from Bihar. Indian folklore 1:3.?? (1958). -- Songs. {#F3834; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1960. A|diva|siyo| ki| kala| aur sa|hitya [ =]. Biha|r ke| a|diva|si [ =]. Patna: Bihar Social and Cultural Research Institute, 1960. -- Songs, tales. {#F3842; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1960. Jangal ki| jho|ti [ =]. Patna: the author, 1960. -- Songs. {#F3844; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1960. Soso bonga. Ranchi: Teachers Association, 1960. -- Ballads. {#F3835; |*}

Trigunayat, Jagdish. 1965. MuNda| lo|k katha|ye~ [ =]. Ajkal ??.?? (1965). -- Tales. {#F3836; |*}

Troisi, J. 1979 (title page says 1978). Tribal religion: religious beliefs and practices among the Santals. New Delhi: Manohar Publications, 1979 (title page says 1978). Pp. xvi, 294. -- Contents: ch. I, Introduction; ch. II, The setting: a Santal village; ch. III, The religious universe: supernatural spirits and powers; ch. IVIX, Religious culture: seasonal rites and festivals; ch. V, The Santal life cycle: rites and ceremonies; ch. VI, Magic and witchcraft: nature and function; ch. VII, Conclusion: the process of change and adaptation in Santal religion. {##; |Hopkins DS432.S2T77 1979; $ Manohar Publications, 2 Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi-110002; |*}

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Turner, Ralph Lilley. 1931. A comparative and etymological dictionary of the Nepali language. London: ??, 1931. {#V485; |*}

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Zide, Arlene R. K. 1966. Some problems in the generation of Gorum obstruents and related glides. (Papers on South Munda phonology, 7.) Chicago: mimeo., 1966. {##; #Zide, A. 1982; |AAA(mimeo.)}

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Zide, Arlene R. K. 1971. Transitive and causative in Gorum. Journal of linguistics 8.201-357 (1971??). -- On various problems of Gorum verb morphology and its semantic categories, esp. the connections between transitivity and causativity...??. {#Zide, A. 1982; #N117; |*??}

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Zide, Arlene R. K. 1978. A note on glottalization and release in Munda. Indian linguistics 39.70-75 (1978). -- Describes the phonetics and phonological status of glottalized stops in Munda, based mainly on a detailed description of this feature in Gorum. Argues against Aze's cluster analysis of these segments in Gorum (1971). ... {|AAA(xerox); |OSU PK1501.I5}

Zide, Arlene R. K. 1982. A reconstruction of Sora-Juray-Gorum phonology. Ph.D. thesis, University of Chicago, 1982. {##; |AAA(defense typescript, w/o indices}

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Zide, Norman H. 1965. Gutob-Remo vocalism and glottalized vowels in Proto-Munda. Indo-Pacific linguistic studies. Ed. by Milner, G. B., & Henderson, Euge'nie J. A. Amsterdam: North-Holland Publishing Co., 1965. 1.43-53. {#R729; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. 1965. Korku verb stem reduplication. Chicago: mimeo., 1965. {#R713; |AAA}

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Zide, Norman H. 1966. Introduction. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. Ed. by Zide, Norman H. (Indo-Iranian monographs, 5.) The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 7-8. {##; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. 1966. Korku low tone and the Proto-Korku-Kherwarian vowel system. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. Ed. by Zide, Norman H. (Indo-Iranian monographs, 5.) The Hague: Mouton, 1966. 214-229. {##; #R731; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. 1966. Reduplication in Munda. Chicago: mimeo., 1966. {#R726; |*??}

Zide, Norman H. 1967. Some comparative notes on Gata' pronouns. Pratida|nam: Indian, Iranian and Indo-European studies presented to Franciscus Bernardus Jacobus Kuiper on his sixtieth birthday. The Hague: Mouton, 1967. 348-358. -- A report on current field work on Gata', with remarks on its correspondence with cognate material elsewhere in Munda, esp. pronominal verb prefixes. Reconstructs the proto-South Munda pronominals as */iJ/ or */iG/ 1 sg., */OXm/ 2 sg.; */aj/ or /aXj/ 3 sg.; */laG/ 1 du.;...??. {#N11; |*??}

Zide, Norman H. 1967. The Santali ol cemet' script. Languages and areas: studies presented to George V. Bobrinskoy. Chicago: Division of the Humanities, The University of Chicago, 1967. 180-189. -- Describes an indigenous alphabetic script for Santali invented by Pandit Raghunath Murmu. Four publications in the script (Murmu 1946, anon. 1954, anon. 1957, Murmu n.d.) are described, and a letter describing the letters and their names and equivalences is quoted. There follows a two-page list of the letters, their cursive forms, their equivalences in the Roman missionary script, and drawings of objects mnemonically associated with the name of each letter and evoking the shape of the letter. Cf. Zide, N. n.d. {##; #Zide, N. 1969:425; |AAA(offprint)}

Zide, Norman H. 1968. Graphemic system in the ol cemed script. Papers from the Fourth Regional Meeting, Chicago Linguistic Society. Ed. by Darden, Bill J.; & Bailey, Charles-James N.; & Davison, Alice. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society, 1968. 238-254. {##; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. 1969. Munda and non-Munda Austroasiatic languages. Linguistics in South Asia. (Current trends in linguistics, 5.) Ed. by Sebeok, Thomas A. The Hague: Mouton, 1969. 411-430. -- Reviews the state of descriptive and comparative studies of Austroasiatic languages of India (the Munda languages, Nicobarese, and Khasi), and also Nihali, as of 1969. Bibliography passim. {##; abbrev. #Zide 1969; |AAA(xerox)}

Zide, Norman H. 1976. '3' and '4' in South Munda. Linguistics 174.89-98 (1976). {#mks8; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. 1976. A note on Gta' echo forms. Austroasiatic studies. Ed. by Jenner, Philip N.; & Thompson, Laurence C.; & Starosta, Stanley. (Oceanic linguistics, special publication, 13.) Honolulu: The University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 2.1335-1343. -- Cf. K. Mahapatra 1976. {##; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H. ??. A note on noun and adjective derivation in Gutob, Remo, and Gata'. Chicago: mimeo., ??. {#R689; |*??}

Zide, Norman H. (ed.). 1966. Studies in comparative Austroasiatic linguistics. (Indo-Iranian monographs, 5.) The Hague: Mouton, 1966. Pp. 229. -- The first collection devoted entirely to Austroasiatic languages (though Fang-Kuei Li's "The relationship between tones and initials in Tai" is included for its typological interest). Articles on Austroasiatic comparison (N. Zide, Haudricourt), Viet-Muong (Barker, Thomas, Hamp), Munda etymology (Bhattacharya), Nahali etymology (Nahali), /r/ in Khmer dialects (Noss), the verb in comparative Munda (Pinnow), Mon-Khmer subgroupings (Thomas), Muong and Mon-Khmer comparisons (Wilson), and proto-North Munda vowels (N. Zide). {##; |AAA}

Zide, Norman H., & Mahapatra, Khageswar. 1972. Gta' nominal combining forms. Indian linguistics 33:3.179-202 (1972). -- Gta', like Sora , preserves an old set of synthetic constructions (reconstructable for South Munda) which use compositional "combining forms" (CFs) of nouns. In this paper the authors are concerned only with the phonological problems of deriving combining forms from full forms (FFs) - when they are derivable from them - in present-day Gta', and with relating CFs with FFs in the immediate proto-language, proto-Gutob-Remo-Gta'. This paper includes an almost complete listing of CFs, about two hundred, along with a rough semantic classification, and an analysis of some related historical developments in Gta', e.g. the reduction of vowels in pre-Gta' initial syllables. {#N7; #Acharya 1978; |AAA(offprint); |OSU PK1501.I5}

Zide, Norman H., & Munda, Ram Dayal. 1966. The Kherwarian k > h shift. Chicago: unpubl., 1966. {#R776; |*}

Zide, Norman H., & Munda, Ram Dayal. 1969. Descriptive dialogue songs in Mundari. Anthropology and archaeology: Essays in commemoration of Verrier Elwin. Ed. by Pradhan, M. O. Bombay: Oxford University Press, 1969. 171-283. {##(offpr. w. ltd publ. info.); #Zide and Munda 1970; |AAA(offpr.)}

Zide, Norman H., & Munda, Ram Dayal. 1969. Revolutionary Birsa and the songs related to him. Journal of social research 12:2.37-60 (1969). -- Munda songs on Birsa Bhagwan and the Munda uprisings at the end of the nineteeth century, with Mundari texts and facing English translations, introduced by a brief history of Birsa and his movement. With bibliography. {##; |AAA(offpr.)}

Zide, Norman H., & Munda, Ram Dayal. 1970. Structural influence of Bengali Vaisnava songs on traditional Mundari songs. Journal of social research 13:1.36-48 (1970). {##; |AAA(offpr.)}

Zide, Norman H., & Munda, Ram Dayal. ??. Notes on Proto-Kherwarian vocalism. Indian linguistics ??.?? (??). {#N*; #R732; |*}

Zide, Norman H., & Mundlay, Aasha Kelkar. ?*. Nihali, a Munda language? I, II. Chicago: unpubl., ?*. {#R767/768; |*}

Zide, Norman H., & Stampe, David. 1968. The position of Kharia-Juang in the Munda family. Studies in Indian linguistics (Volume presented to Prof. M. B. Emeneau on his sixtieth birthday year). Ed. by Krishnamurti, Bh. Poona and Annamalainagar: ??, 1968. -- Originally read to the American Oriental Society (New York, April 1964). Presents evidence that the "Central Munda" subgroup (Kharia and Juang) is more closely related to the South (or Koraput) Munda subgroup than to the North Munda (Korku-Kherwarian) subgroup. {#R727; |AAA(vol., offprints)}

Zide, Norman H., with Das, Bimal Prasad. 1965. Gutob texts. Chicago: mimeo., 1965. {#R693; |*}

Zide, Norman H., with Das, Bimal Prasad. 1965. Gutob verb lexicon. Chicago: unpubl., 1965. {#R694; |*}