ethnolinguist


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ethnolinguist

(ˌɛθnəʊˈlɪŋɡwɪst)
n
(Linguistics) a person who studies ethnolinguistics
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The ethnolinguist Peter Bakker mentions Basque relations with two Algonquian tribes--the Innu in southern Labrador and the lower North Shore, and the Mi'kmaq in Gaspesie and Nova Scotia (Bakker, 1989:117).
(8) I want to thank here Pierpaolo Di Carlo, who participated in the Birir project as an ethnolinguist documenting the autumn Prun festival (Di Cario 2007), for preparing the software and, in general, for his precious support in linguistic matters (only mine of course the responsibility for any faults).
The same concept is mentioned to be true to most ethnolinguist ic groups in the Philippines in the article of Zayas and Abaya (2008).
THE QUESTION of how many fluent Maidu speakers remain is a touchy one, not least because many Maidu resent the notion that a white ethnolinguist may be the keeper of the linguistic flame.
Regino is a poet, essayist, ethnolinguist, and activist on behalf of Indigenous languages and literatures; he is author of the Mazatec alphabet and of two books of poetry, Tatsjejin nga kjabuya: No es eterna la muerte (Mexico City: Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes, 1992), and Ngata'ara stsee: Que siga lloviendo (Mexico City: ELIAC and UNESCO, 1999), both bilingual publications in Mazatec and Spanish.