Nuu-Chah-Nulth

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Nuu-Chah-Nulth

 (no͞o′chä′no͝ol)
n.
See Nootka.

[Nootka nuučaanʔuɬ, mountain range, the Nootka people (chosen by the Nootka in the 1970s as their ethnic self-designation) : nuuči, mountain, -anʔuɬ, -aanʔuɬ, along.]
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Such patterns have been documented in a number of Austronesian languages, including Tagalog (Schachter and Otanes 1972), and in Nancowry (Radhakrishnan 1981), as well as in Nuuchahnulth [Nootka] (Sapir 1921, Stonham 1994), in which a variety of affixes with no necessary semantic commonality select for formally reduplicated bases.
This problem is particularly acute, for instance, when samples collected for one project are used for others in which subjects never consented to participate and likely would not have, given the option, as was the case with the Havasupai and Nuuchahnulth tribes.
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A concise dictionary of the Nuuchahnulth language of Vancouver Island.