Ibero-Asian Creoles : comparative perspectives / edited by Hugo C. Cardoso, Alan N. Baxter, Mário Pinharanda Nunes.

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Other Authors: Cardoso, Hugo C., Baxter, Alan N., Nunes, Mário Pinharanda
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., 2012.
Series:Creole language library.
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Table of Contents:
  • Ibero-Asian Creoles; Editorial page; Title page; LCC page; Table of contents; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; Introduction; 1. Introduction; 2. Portuguese, Spanish and Iberian-lexified creoles in Asia; 3. Comparative perspectives; 4. Methods and insights; Notes; References; Notes on the phonology and lexicon of some Indo-Portuguese creoles; 1. Introduction; 2. Some theoretical preliminaries; 3. The presence of the Portuguese in the Indo-Portuguese communities; 4. Phonological inventories of DIU, DAM, KOR, CANN, and SLP; 5. The core lexicons of DIU, DAM, KOR, CANN, and SLP.
  • 6. Portuguese post-tonic syllables in DIU, DAM, KOR, CANN, and SLP7. Concluding remarks; Notes; References; Appendix; A closer look at the post-nominal genitive in Asian Creole Portuguese; 1. Introduction; 2. Background; 3. Extension of the functions of the genitive marker; 4. The place of sa genitive in Malacca Creole: Data and method; 5. Semantic functions expressed by post-position sa and preposition di; 6. Conclusion; Notes; References; Luso-Asian comparatives in comparison; 1. Introduction; 2. Comparative constructions; 3. Luso-Asian comparatives; 4. Discussion; 5. Conclusions; Notes.
  • 2. Masque/maski: from Portuguese to the Portuguese creoles of Asia3. Concessive mas que in Spanish; 4. Maskin: from Spanish to Philippine Creole Spanish; 5. Conclusions; Notes; References; Nenang, nino, nem n-ão, ni no: Similarities and differences; 1. Introduction; 2. Nenang / nem não in the Portuguese-based creoles of Asia; 3. Nem não in Portuguese; 4. Ni no in the Spanish creole languages of the Philippines; 5. Ni no in Spanish; 6. Discussion; 7. Conclusion; Notes; References; Bilug in Zamboangueño Chavacano: The genericization of a substrate numeral classifier.
  • 2. Visayan numeral classifiers and bilug3. Bilug in Modern ZAM; 4. Pedaso in Modern ZAM; 5. Conclusion; Notes; References; Portuguese pidgin and Chinese Pidgin English in the Canton trade; 1. Introduction; 2. The role of Portuguese in the China trade; 3. Phrasebooks as sources; 4. Macau Pidgin Portuguese and Chinese Pidgin English; 5. Portuguese elements in the Chinese Pidgin English lexicon; 6. Portuguese elements in Chinese Pidgin English grammar; 7. Relexification revisited; 8. Conclusion; Notes; References.