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ISO 639-3: mno

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

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Resources in the language

  1. Dibabawon Manobo texts. Forster, Jannette, 1924-; Barnard, Myra Lou. 1987. Studies in Philippine linguistics. Supplementary series, Philippine texts ; no. 3. oai:gial.edu:16889
  2. Sangil elevationals and the performative analysis. Maryott, Kenneth R. 1975. Jakarta : Badan Penyelenggara seri NUSA. oai:gial.edu:21888
  3. Manobo-English dictionary. Elkins, Richard E. 1968. Oceanic linguistics special publication ; no. 3. oai:gial.edu:25196
  4. The song from the mango tree. Wrigglesworth, Hazel J. 2006. Philippine journal of linguistics. Special monograph issue ; no. 50. oai:gial.edu:35674
  5. Ilianen Manobo sentence structure. Shand, Jean. 1976. Canberra : Australian National University. oai:gial.edu:39271
  6. A voice from Mt. Apo : oral and written essays on the culture and world view of the Manobo. Arayam, Manuel; Vander Molen, Ena E; Bayawan, Melchor; Summer Institute of Linguistics--Philippines. 2005. Philippine journal of linguistics. Special monograph issue ; no. 51. oai:gial.edu:41108
  7. Kasulatan to diyus : the new testament in Dibabawon and Cebuano. n.a. 1978. New York : New York International Bible Society. oai:gial.edu:4650

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