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When struck with nettles, the frog skin became warty and ugly.

The use of /-gõ/ with the noun seems to be peculiar. If implicative, it should have occurred with the verb /aba-/.


  (Thus) happened (the tale).

Benedict, Paul L. (1972) : Sino-Tibetan: A Conspectus. James A. Matisoff. Ed. (University Press, Cambridge).

Benveniste, E. (1948) : Noms d’ agent et Noms d’action en Indo-European (Adrien-Maisoneuve, Paris).

Bose, S.C. (1972) : Geography of the Himalayas (National Book Trust, New Delhi).

Brown, Rev. N. (1837) : Comparison of Indo-Chinese Languages, in Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal, Vol.6 (pp. 1029 and ff; notes on Mishmi on pp.1026; vocabulary of Digaru on pp.1032).

Campbell, Sir G. (1974) : Specimens of Languages of India, including those of the Aboriginal Tribes of Bengal, the Central Provinces and the Eastern Frontier (Calcutta).

Chafe, Wallace L. (1973) : Meaning and the Structure of Language (The University of Chicago Press, Chicago).

Chao, Yuen-ren (1920) : A System of Tone Letters, in Le Ma*tre Phon*tique, 45 : 24-27.

Chomsky, N. (1957) : Syntactic Structures (Mouton), The Hague).

Chomsky, N. (1965) : Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass.).

Chomsky, N. (1971) : Deep Structure, Surface Structure and Semantic Interpretation, in Steinberg and Jacobovits.

Cooke, Joseph R. (1968) : Pronominal Reference in Thai, Burmese, and Vietnamese (University of California Press, Berkeley and Los Angeles).

Dalton, Edward T. (1872) : Descriptive Ethnology


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