NUGUNU (Cameroon)


Key Information

For key information refer to the SIL Ethnologue


Lexicon/Dictionary in HTML format

There is no lexicon/dictionary in HTML format available.


Publications in PDF format

Disclaimer

These electronic publications are published by SIL Cameroon. They represent the concrete results of research carried out by SIL field members and others. Some are preliminary work papers and not polished research. They are based on field notes and are in some cases the work of young researchers with minimal training. Language policy proposals included in technical documents do not necessarily represent the position of SIL Cameroon.

The following publications are available as PDF files. The titles are links to the actual files, which you may view using Acrobat Reader or save to your own disk.

Language Title Author Year Pages Size
NUGUNU A Functional Account of Syntactic Similarities in Nugunu PATMAN, Frankie 1995 32 1236
NUGUNU Nugunu Provisional Lexicon ROBINSON, Clinton 2003 26 258
NUGUNU Participants in Gunu Narrative Discourse ROBINSON, Clinton 1980 23 641
NUGUNU R├Ęgles d'orthographe pour la langue Nugunu PATMAN, Keith; and Clinton ROBINSON 1989 8 63
NUGUNU Syntactic encoding of informational distinctions in Nugunu PATMAN, Frankie 1998 64 1842
NUGUNU Tone in the Nugunu Verb Phrase PATMAN, Frankie 1991 22 605

Speech

NUGUNU speech
Nugunu greetings in order:

  • Have you woken up?
  • Good day!
  • Good evening!

Links to Published books

TitleCitation
Tone in five languages of CameroonAnderson, Stephen C., editor. 1991. Tone in five languages of Cameroon, Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics, 102. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington. x, 125 p.
Tense and aspect in eight languages of CameroonAnderson, Stephen C. and Bernard Comrie, editors. 1991. Tense and aspect in eight languages of Cameroon, Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington Publications in Linguistics, 99. Dallas: Summer Institute of Linguistics and the University of Texas at Arlington. xiv, 255 p.

Links to Surveys

URLTitle
http://www.sil.org/silesr/1999/009/Yambasa.htmlCentral Yambasa Survey Report