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Pipil: 14 Matches

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IdentifierLanguagesTitle GenresDepositor Option 
PPL001R001 Pipil Elicitation - Santo Domingo Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R002 Pipil Elicitation and stories: Cuisnahuat, grammar Elicitation,
Narrative
Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R003 Pipil Elicitation: Jicalapa Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R005 Pipil Elicitation: Teotepeque Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R006 Pipil Songs with guitar Instrumental music,
Song
Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R007 Pipil Elicitation: Teotepeque and Chiltuipán Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R008 Pipil Songs with guitar Instrumental music,
Song
Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R009 Pipil Elicitation: Izalco Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R010 Pipil Elicitation: Ataco Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R011 Pipil Elicitation: S. Catarina Masahuat Elicitation Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R012 Pipil Verb paradigms: Ataco Elicitation,
Wordlist
Lyle Campbell Details
PPL001R013 Pipil Elicitation: Nahuizalco Elicitation,
Wordlist
Lyle Campbell Details
PPL002R001 Pipil Santo Domingo Guzmán wordlist Elicitation,
Wordlist
Karen Dakin Details
PPL003R001 Pipil Notes on Pipil vitality Field notes Terrence Kaufman Details
 
 
 
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