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Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change

Mary Lynn Stender

Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinook jargon -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Chinook Indians -- Social life and customs.

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    Statementby Mary Lynn Stender.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 233 leaves :
    Number of Pages233
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13590205M

    Similar phrases in dictionary English Chinook jargon. (10) bark of a tree stick skin. be a liar kumtuks kliminawhit. dig a hole mamook klawhap. have a child mahsh tenas. in a little while alkie. make a noise mamook latlah. mouth of a river la boos. ring a bell mamook tintin. sound of a gun poo. tell a story. Chinook Jargon: The Hidden Language of the Pacific Northwest (), by Jim Holton (PDF files at ) The City of Domes: A Walk with an Architect About the Courts and Palaces of the Panama Pacific International Exposition, by John D. Barry (Gutenberg text).   Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon lesson plan template and teaching resources. This e-book text has been shared by Project Gutenberg ber of contributions: Takelma (extinct), Kalapuya, Chinook (not to be confused with Chinook Jargon, a trade language or lingua franca), Tsimshian, and Zuni, each a family consisting of a single language. All but four of the surviving familes are spoken by fewer than persons.


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Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change by Mary Lynn Stender Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chinook Jargon (Chinuk Wawa, Chinook Wawa, Chinook, The Jargon, Jargon) is a nearly extinct American indigenous language originating as a pidgin trade language in the Pacific Northwest, and spreading during the 19th century from the lower Columbia River, first to other areas in modern Oregon and Washington, then British Columbia and parts of Alaska, Northern California, Idaho and Montana Language family: Mainly Wakashan (Nootka.

Chinook Jargon Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change book a trade language, with some of its vocabulary coming from European languages like English and French while other words come from Native American languages like Chinook and Nootka.

We have included twenty basic Chinook Jargon words. Chinook jargon, lingua franca lingua franca, an auxiliary language, generally of a hybrid and partially developed nature, that is employed over an extensive area by people speaking different and mutually unintelligible tongues in order to communicate with one another.

There was a neat community online called the CHINOOK list. It was generously hosted by the LinguistList organization. I founded and moderated it. You can still view the discussions that went on there, which I like to point out are among the few good resources for.

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This is an extract from George Gibb’s Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon. It includes part of his original introduction and the full text of the English-Chinook section of his dictionary.

The complete dictionary is available online through Project Gutenberg, DICTIONARY OF THE CHINOOK JARGON, OR. Chinook Illahee - the Chinook-speaking region, or the land of the Chinook people (the lower Columbia) Help - help No, Wake, Halo - the three words used in Chinook for no, not, nothing, or for the negative Wake and halo are pronounced wah-kay and hah-lo.

The Chinook Jargon was multicultural and functional. Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change book There was no Official Chinook Jargon, although the past publishers of dictionaries would have had you believe otherwise.

To those familiar with it, Chinook Jargon is a wonderful cultural inheritance. For this reason, and because Jargon has not quite died, enthusiasts actively promote the.

Help us in creating the largest English-Chinook jargon dictionary online. Simply log in and add new translation. Glosbe is a collaborative project and every one can add (and remove) translations. It makes our dictionary English Chinook jargon real, as it is created by.

Full text of "The Chinook jargon and how to use it: a complete and exhaustive lexicon of the oldest trade language of the American continent" See other formats. Chinook Jargon is the most accessible of all the Native American languages.

With a small utilitarian vocabulary and straightforward syntax, it was the lingua franca of the Northwest for most of the s. One hundred thousand Native Americans, settlers and immigrants were using it in The Chinook Book: A Descriptive Analysis of the Chinook Jargon in Plain Words, Giving Instructions for Pronunciation, Construction, Expression and Proper Speaking of Chinook with All the Various Shaded Meanings of the Words: Author: Walter Shelley Phillips: Edition: 2: Publisher: R.

Davis printing Company, Original from: Princeton 1/5(1). The Chinook jargon and how to use it: A complete and exhaustive lexicon of the oldest trade language of the American continent [Shaw, George Coombs] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Chinook jargon and how to use it: A complete and exhaustive lexicon of the oldest trade language of the American continent/5(6). Our salutation, meaning “Welcome Friends”, is in Chinook Jargon (also known as Chinuk Wawa). The purpose of this article is to describe Chinook Jargon, its origins and usage.

Prior to the arrival of white men in the Pacific Northwest in the s, there were many tribes of Indians (the historical term still used in the United States rather. The Chinook Jargon and How to Use it and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

Learn more The Chinook Jargon And How To Use It: A Complete And Exhaustive Lexicon Of The Oldest Trade Language Of The American Continent ()Cited by: 3. Mary Lynn Stender has written: 'Chinook jargon vocabulary as an indicator of cultural change' -- subject(s): Chinook jargon, Social life and customs, Chinook Indians Asked in Sentence and Word.

Jargon Dictionaries: In HTML on this site. Gibbs, George, Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or Trade Language of Oregon. Washington: Smithsonian Institution, [Phillips, W.S. (Walter Shelley) ("El Comancho"), The Chinook book; A Descriptive Analysis of the Chinook Jargon in Plain Words, Giving Instructions for Pronunciation, Construction, Expression and Proper Speaking of Chinook with.

Chinook and Shorthand Rudiments: With Which the Chinook Jargon and the Wawa Shorthand Can be Mastered Without a Teacher in a Few Hours (), by J.

Le Jeune (multiple formats at ) The Chinook Jargon and How to Use It (Seattle: Rainier Printing Company, ), by George C. Shaw (multiple formats at ). Chinook Jargon: 1 n a pidgin incorporating Chinook and French and English words; formerly used as a lingua franca in northwestern North America Synonyms: Oregon Jargon Type of: pidgin an artificial language used for trade between speakers of different languages.

Page vi - Negro-English-Dutch of Surinam, the Pigeon English of China, and several other mixed tongues, dates back to the fur droguers of the last century.

Those mariners, whose enterprise in the fifteen years preceding explored the intricacies of the northwest coast of America, picked up at their general rendezvous, Nootka Sound, various native words useful in barter, and thence.

"Chinook" came into early general currency also for a local hybrid language alternatively termed "(the) jargon" (hence, also, Chinook Jargon or, following local Native usage, Chinuk Wawa) that early traders used in preference to Chinookan languages, which were reputedly exceptionally difficult to.

A pidginized Native American language used by various tribes of the Pacific Northwest. A dictionary of the Chinook jargon, or trade language of Oregon.

Publication Pub. also as Shea's library of American linguistics, XII, New York, Cramoisy press, Bibliography of the Chinook jargon, p. [xiii]-xiv. Also available in digital form. Contributor: Gibbs, George Date: The most common modern native term in the region is shama (Salishan spelling "sama7", the "7" being a glottal stop), which can also have derogatory meanings especially if the vowels ar changed or lengthened; this is not properly a Chinook jargon word, but was probably in wider use among native speakers of Chinook in BC than was King George man.

PREFACE []. See Wiktionary:Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon/Preface. Part I. Chinook - English. [a []. ahha (Ah-ha), adv. Common to various tribes. Yes. Expression of simple assent.

On Puget Sound, E-ÉH. ahnkutte or ahnkottie (ah'n-kut-te or ahn-kot-tie), adv. Chinook, ANKUTTI. Formerly; before now. With the accent prolonged on the first syllable, a long time ago.

Ahnkutte lakit sun, four. Chinook Jargon is a language with a simplified grammar that draws its vocabulary from several languages. The largest parts of its vocabulary come from Chinook and Nuuchanuulth, followed by French.

It also contains words from other native languages and from English. Pages in category "Chinook Jargon" The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total.

This list may not reflect recent changes (). Definition of chinook jargon in the dictionary. Meaning of chinook jargon. What does chinook jargon mean.

Information and translations of chinook jargon in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web. DICTIONARY OF THE CHINOOK JARGON, OR INDIAN TRADE LANGUAGE, OF THE NORTH PACIFIC COAST. VICTORIA, B. HIBBEN CO., Publishers. Government Street, Entered according to Act of Parliament of Canada, in the yearby.

The contents of the Chinook Jargon use by English-language speakers page were merged into Chinook Jargon on Novem For the contribution history and old versions of the redirected page, please see ; for the discussion at that location, see its talk.

Dictionary entry overview: What does Chinook Jargon mean. • CHINOOK JARGON (noun) The noun CHINOOK JARGON has 1 sense. a pidgin incorporating Chinook and French and English words; formerly used as a lingua franca in northwestern North America Familiarity information: CHINOOK JARGON used as a noun is very rare.

trade jargon between Native American tribes in the area. It developed mostly from Chinook and Nootka. 2) 2) CJ developed when white fur traders from the Astor and Hudson Bay Trading Companies showed up in the PNW. It developed mostly from Chinook, but up.

Edward H. Thomas “Chinook, A History, & Dictionary of North West Coast Trade Jargon” () – “Chinook Jargon had its beginning in the trade necessities of pre-historic slave and shell-money commerce between Chinook and Nootka” b.

authorities regard theory as unproved. originated with Advent of white trader. Old Chinook and Chinook Jargon "The Chinookan languages, are languages that originated on the Columbia River from the Dalles on down to the mouth and up and down the coast a little ways.

Those are the original languages. "Chinook Wawa developed out of a need for people to communicate that didn't have a common language. Chinook vocabulary, Chinook-English [microform]: from the original of Rt. Rev. Bishop Durieu, O.M.I., with the Chinook words in phonography Item Preview remove-circlePages: a 'Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon,' prepared by the late George Gibbs, a thoroughly competent investigator.

His collection comprised nearly five hun-dred words. Those of Chinook origin had almost doubled, being computed at two hundred and twenty-one. The French had more than doubled, and com-prised now ninety-four words. The English terms.

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Chinook language -- Dictionaries -- English. See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. Broader terms: Chinook language -- Dictionaries; English; Filed under: Chinook language -- Dictionaries -- English Practical Chinook Vocabulary: Comprising All & the Only Usual Words of That Wonderful Language Arranged in a Most Advantageous Order for the Speedily Learning of the Same, After the Plan.

Language category: ALL OTHER LANGUAGES Language sub-category: Other Native North American languages In Octoberthe U.S. Census Bureau released the " American Community Survey" which provides information on "languages spoken at home" and "ability to speak English for the Population 5 Years and Over" for the United States as a whole, states including Puerto Rico and.

The language is Lower Chinookan sprinkled with Chinook Wawa/Jargon words. The follow images are the entirety of the document, as copied for the SWORP project.

Robert Shortess NAA #, Collected by the SWORP project in as part of SWORP 2 and digitized by the University of Oregon Special Collections division. Free kindle book and epub digitized and proofread by Project Gutenberg. Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon, or, Trade Language of Oregon by George Gibbs - Free Ebook Project GutenbergCited by: chinook wind: 1 n a warm dry wind blowing down the eastern slopes of the Rockies Synonyms: chinook, snow eater Type of: air current, current of air, wind air moving (sometimes with considerable force) from an area of high pressure to an area of low pressure.Impact of Climate Change on Chinook Salmon For Teachers 5th - 8th Standards If your kids already know something about the water cycle, life cycle of salmon, and climate change, then they're ready to participate in an activity that explores Chinook salmon of the Pacific Northwest.