OLAC Record

Title:Kam Vang – Word List
Contributor (compiler):Stephen Morey
Contributor (consultant):Kam Vang
Date Created:2014-06-11
Description:Eleven recordings in which Mr Kam Vang provides some words in the Hahchum variety of Tangsa. This consists of 9 video files: nst-hcm_20140611_02_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_03_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_04_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_05_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_06_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_07_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_08_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_10_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_11_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_12_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList nst-hcm_20140611_13_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList The details of these recordings are as follows: nst-hcm_20140611_02_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 5’05”, CALMSEA list, numerals nst-hcm_20140611_03_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 8’04”, CALMSEA list, body part nst-hcm_20140611_04_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 11’19”, CALMSEA list, pronouns and kinship. This included a discussion of possessive prefixes, ŋe¹ ‘my’, pa¹ ‘your and pʰiʔ ‘his’. There are two subtribes of the Haqchum, the chumsa and chumnyue [njy], which are distinguished by the word for father, pa in the latter and βa in the former nst-hcm_20140611_05_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 13’54”, CALMSEA list, foods and animals nst-hcm_20140611_06_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 13’17”, CALMSEA list, animals, from ‘bat’, ‘natural objects’ nst-hcm_20140611_07_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 13’54”, CALMSEA list, artefacts, spatials nst-hcm_20140611_08_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 0’45”, CALMSEA list, end of the spatials from ‘yesterday’ nst-hcm_20140611_10_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 3’48”, Verbal system, about the nominalisations, and CALMSEA list, verbs of body function nst-hcm_20140611_11_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 12’56”, CALMSEA list, verbs from ‘sit’to ‘tell’ nst-hcm_20140611_12_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 9’17”, CALMSEA list, verbs from ‘thin’ to ‘lightweight’ nst-hcm_20140611_13_SM_JVC_KamVang_WordList_Duration 12’53,” CALMSEA list, verbs from ‘eat’ to the end of the list, ‘cut’
Identifier (URI):https://hdl.handle.net/1839/d2458f37-ba77-4953-b248-49429695d9c7
Is Part Of:DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Haqchum variety
Tase Naga; Tangsa - Shechhue variety (general name Shangke)
Language (ISO639):eng
Publisher:The Language Archive, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics
Subject:English language
Tase Naga language
Tangsa - Haqchum variety
Tangsa - Shechhue variety (general name Shangke)
Subject (ISO639):eng
Type (DCMI):Sound


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Citation: Kam Vang (consultant); Stephen Morey (compiler). 2014-06-11. DoBeS archive : Tangsa, Tai, Singpho in North East India.
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