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  • [36] -- The bird called "co-ling '" by the Bontoc Igorot is the serpent eagle (SPILOMIS HOLOSPLILUS Vigors).

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • ” Infixes are also freely used in the Bontoc Igorot verb.

    Chapter 4. Form in Language: Grammatical Processes

  • Initially reduplicating are, for instance, Shilh ggen “to be sleeping” (from gen “to sleep”); Ful pepeu-’do “liar” (i.e., “one who always lies”), plural fefeu-’be (from fewa “to lie”); Bontoc Igorot anak “child, ” ananak “children”; kamu-ek “I hasten, ” kakamu-ek “I hasten more”; Tsimshian gyad “person, ” gyigyad “people”; Nass gyibayuk “to fly, ” gyigyibayuk “one who is flying.

    Chapter 4. Form in Language: Grammatical Processes

  • ” Further examples may be quoted from Bontoc Igorot, a Filipino language.

    Chapter 4. Form in Language: Grammatical Processes

  • Seidenadel, The Language of the Bontoc Igorot, p. 491 ff.

    A Study in Tinguian Folk-Lore

  • The Bontoc Igorot has no system of liquid or dry measure, nor has he any system of weight.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • Philippine Archipelago that I wish to be understood in this paper as speaking of the one group -- the Bontoc Igorot culture group;

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • There is no true systematic tribute, tax, or "rake off" among the Bontoc Igorot, nor am I aware that such occurs at all commonly sporadically.

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • The Bontoc Igorot has been in Bontoc longer than the endurance of tradition, for he says he never lived elsewhere, that he never drove any people out before him, and that he was never driven; and has always called himself the "I-pu-kao '" or "I-fu-gao '" -- the "people."

    The Bontoc Igorot

  • The verbal suffixes seem to be commonly used by the Bontoc Igorot in verbal formations.

    The Bontoc Igorot

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