4 edition of Current Approaches to African Linguistics (Publications in African Languages and Linguistics, 8) found in the catalog.
December 1989 by Foris Pubns USA .
Written in English
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Etymology . James F. Fordyce (The Ideophone as a Phonosemantic Class: The Case of Yoruba, in Current approaches to African linguistics, Ivan R. Dihoff (ed.), page ) credits C. Doke with introducing the term in Noun . ideophone (plural ideophones). A word that utilizes sound symbolism to express aspects of events that can be experienced by.
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