OLAC Record

Title:Cholim - Minimal Pairs
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Lukam Tonglum (Loekyam Cholim is his Cholim name; Lukam is the name used by other Tangsa groups)
Description:A series of 13 recordings in which Lukam Tonglum exemplifies minimal pairs in Cholim Tangsa This consists of the following sound files: SDM12-2008Tascam-057.wav; duration 1’09”; recorded on 13/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-076.wav; duration 1’51”; recorded on 21/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-077.wav; duration 0’52”; recorded on 21/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-078.wav; duration 4’08”; recorded on 22/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-079.wav; duration 0’44”; recorded on 22/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-080.wav; duration 6’38”; recorded on 22/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-081.wav; duration 2’48”; recorded on 22/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-086.wav; duration 2’15”; recorded on 23/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-087.wav; duration 1’23”; recorded on 23/12/2007 SDM12-2008Tascam-130.wav; duration 0’50”; recorded on 12/1/2008 SDM12-2008Tascam-131.wav; duration 0’35”; recorded on 13/1/2008 SDM12-2008Tascam-132.wav; duration 0’52”; recorded on 13/1/2008 SDM12-2008Tascam-138.wav; duration 3’03”; recorded on 25/1/2008 The contents of each file are as follows: SDM12-2008Tascam-057.wav Minimal pair răkhoet ‘fight’ and răxoet ‘not yet’ SDM12-2008Tascam-076.wav Minimal pairs, jue and jyoe SDM12-2008Tascam-077.wav Minimal pairs dueq and dyoeq and others SDM12-2008Tascam-078.wav Minimal pairs with j- initials, ch- initials and k- initials with vowel final codas – 7 contrastive vowels SDM12-2008Tascam-079.wav Minimal pairs with k- initials and vowel + glottal stop finals SDM12-2008Tascam-080.wav Minimal pairs with k- initials and vowel + glottal stop finals, continued and with –m finals, where only five contrasts are apparent. SDM12-2008Tascam-081.wav Minimal pairs, k- initial and –m finals, continued SDM12-2008Tascam-086.wav Minimal pairs of chue ‘comb’, ‘break’ and ‘high’ SDM12-2008Tascam-087.wav Minimal pairs of chue ‘comb’, ‘break’ and ‘high’ SDM12-2008Tascam-130.wav Minimal pair tap ‘place on’ – with a higher tone, and tap ‘stove’, with a lower tone; the reverse is true in Lochhang SDM12-2008Tascam-131.wav Minimal pair – leq ‘bow’ on high tone; leq ‘bring’ on low tone SDM12-2008Tascam-132.wav Minimal pair – chha ‘elephant’; tsha – cf Naga story SDM12-2008Tascam-138.wav Minimal pairs on kham – 3 way tonal contrast
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/00-0000-0000-0017-C53B-C
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Language:Tase Naga; Tangsa - Cholim variety (general name Tonglum)
Language (ISO639):nst
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Cholim variety (general name Tonglum)
Subject (ISO639):nst


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Citation: Stephen Morey (compiler); Lukam Tonglum (Loekyam Cholim is his Cholim name; Lukam is the name used by other Tangsa groups) (consultant). n.d. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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Country: Myanmar
Area: Asia

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