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Albaamo innaaɬiilka
Alibamu
ihankolokbi naaɬiilka
Ooli naaɬiika aatàksi (ɬʷàθáa)
Ooli naaɬiika albaamahaɬopotli
Ooli naaɬiika aa240 naanikáhmi
Innaaɬiilka istállàaka Móskòkà
:H. Móskòkà
::Albaamo
Ooli hosso látìnhossochiɬopotli
Ooli wákulàti albaaminstɬopotli
SIL innaaɬiilkakáhmi
ISO 639-1 íkso
ISO 639-2 nai
ISO 639-3 akz
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Albaamo innaaɬiilka ooli innaaɬiilka.

Aɬaplichi[edit | edit source]

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  • Gordon, Raymond G., Jr. (Ed.). (2005). Alabama. In Ethnologue: Languages of the world (15th ed.). Dallas, TX: SIL International. Accessed online www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=akz on October 1, 2005.
  • Hardy, Heather; & Davis, Philip. (1988). Comparatives in Alabama. International Journal of Linguistics, 54 (2), 209-231.
  • Hardy, Heather; & Davis, Philip. (1993). Semantics of agreement in Alabama. International Journal of Linguistics, 59 (4), 453-472.
  • Hardy, Heather; & Montler, Timothy. (1988). Imperfective gemination in Alabama. International Journal of Linguistics, 54 (4), 399-415.
  • Montler, Timothy; & Hardy, Heather. (1991). Phonology of negation in Alabama. International Journal of Linguistics, 57 (1), 1-23.
  • Rand, Earl. (1968). Structural phonology of Alabaman, Muskogean language. International Journal of Linguistics, 34 (2), 94-103.
  • Sylestine, Cora; Hardy; Heather; & Montler, Timothy (1993). Dictionary of the Alabama Language. Austin: University of Texas Press. ISBN 0-292-73077-2. [1]