Savosavo body part terminology

Wegener C (2006)
Language Sciences 28(2-3): 344-359.

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This paper provides a description of body part terminology used in Savosavo, a Papuan language of the Solomon Islands. The first part of the paper lists the known terms and discusses their meanings. This is followed by an analysis of their structural properties. Finally, the paper discusses partonomic relations in Savosavo and argues that it is difficult to structure the body part terminology hierarchically, because there is no linguistic evidence for part–whole relations between body parts.
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Wegener C. Savosavo body part terminology. Language Sciences. 2006;28(2-3):344-359.
Wegener, C. (2006). Savosavo body part terminology. Language Sciences, 28(2-3), 344-359.
Wegener, C. (2006). Savosavo body part terminology. Language Sciences 28, 344-359.
Wegener, C., 2006. Savosavo body part terminology. Language Sciences, 28(2-3), p 344-359.
C. Wegener, “Savosavo body part terminology”, Language Sciences, vol. 28, 2006, pp. 344-359.
Wegener, C.: Savosavo body part terminology. Language Sciences. 28, 344-359 (2006).
Wegener, Claudia. “Savosavo body part terminology”. Language Sciences 28.2-3 (2006): 344-359.
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