Item details
Item ID
JZ2-C18_3
Title Lg C18_3 Garus Word List and Vocabulary
Description Label Green Track: Budum. LanguageNo in JAZ Listing1: C18. LanguageName1: Garus. Label Red Track: Garus 3. LanguageNo in JAZ Listing2: C18. LanguageName2:Garus

Word List and vocabulary of Garus (gyb) language of Burbura area of Madang District, Madang Province with translations from Tok Pisin.
(Steven Gagau, September 2018)
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Archive link https://catalog.paradisec.org.au/repository/JZ2/C18_3
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John Zgraggen
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Language as given Garus
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Dialect
Region / village Burbura area, Madang district, Madang Province
Originating university Divine Word University
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Data Categories primary text
Data Types Sound
Discourse type formulaic_discourse
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DOI 10.26278/5c17ba7e8d28f
Cite as John Zgraggen (collector). Lg C18_3 Garus Word List and Vocabulary. MPEG/X-WAV. JZ2-C18_3 at catalog.paradisec.org.au. https://dx.doi.org/10.26278/5c17ba7e8d28f
Content Files (2)
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JZ2-C18_3-01.mp3 audio/mpeg 40.3 MB 00:44:07.670
JZ2-C18_3-01.wav audio/x-wav 1.42 GB 00:44:07.639
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Collection Information
Collection ID JZ2
Collection title John Z'graggen's recordings
Description This is a collection of Fr Z'graggen's recordings that are held in the Basel Museum. They represent recordings in a number of languages from the Madang region of PNG. These tapes were digitised at the MPI in Nijmegen and sent to PARADISEC.
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Edit access Nick Thieberger
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