Sáliba





2003

A standardized wordlist of 375 items, representing the variety of Sáliba spoken near the Casanare River in Colombia, with glosses in Spanish and English.



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During field work in 1996, SIL International linguist Nancy Morse collected a standardized wordlist of 375 items, representing the variety of Sáliba spoken near the Casanare River in Colombia. The words were filled in by hand on a 15-page form in Americanist phonetic transcription, with glosses in Spanish and English. Morse recorded 40 minutes of two Sáliba men on a portable cassette recorder, with Saúl Humejé reading the Spanish prompts, and Angel Eduardo Humejé speaking the Sáliba words. Dr. Gary Simons and Dr. Paul Frank of SIL International digitized these materials. This version of the materials includes the Sáliba words and their Spanish and English glosses. http://www.sil.org/~simonsg/Saliba/presentation/SLC_wordlist.htm



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