A detailed study of the Uma' Kulit language, traditionally listed as Kenyah has proved that it belongs to to the Kayanic branch despite its exhibiting a high number of lexical similarities with Kenyah languages. This cocnlusion that goes against local epistemology and ethnic labelling is the result of the application of the rigorous comparative methodology.

Uma' Kulit: a Kenyah or Kayan language? Linguistic classifications and Local Epistemology

SORIENTE, ANTONIA
2006

Abstract

A detailed study of the Uma' Kulit language, traditionally listed as Kenyah has proved that it belongs to to the Kayanic branch despite its exhibiting a high number of lexical similarities with Kenyah languages. This cocnlusion that goes against local epistemology and ethnic labelling is the result of the application of the rigorous comparative methodology.
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