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Edward Sapir (1884–1939).  Language: An Introduction to the Study of Speech.  1921.

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Sahaptin languages (N. Amer.), 220
Salinan (S. W. California), 150, 155
Sanskrit (India), 54, 75, 82, 151, 154, 175, 200, 207, 209, 210
Sarcee Indians, 228
Saxon, Low, 224; Old, 175; Upper, 225
Scandinavian, 224. See Danish; Icelandic; Swedish.
Scandinavians, 224
Scotch, 224, 226
Scotch, Lowland, 188
Semitic languages, 61, 68, 76, 134, 151, 219, 228
Sentence, 33, 3638; binding words into, methods of, 115117; stress in, influence of, 118, 119; word-order in, 117, 118
Sequence. See Order of words.
Shakespeare, art of, 238, 240; English of, 188, 189, 191
Shasta (N. California), 220
Shilh (Morocco), 77, 81
Shilluk (Nile headwaters), 84, 150, 154, 155
Siamese, 55, 66, 70, 207
Singing, 50
Siouan languages (N. Amer.), 76
Sioux (Dakota), 29, 76, 95, 150
Slavic languages, 212
Slavs, 225
Somali (E. Africa), 77, 80, 81
Soudanese languages, 84, 154, 155, 163
Sound-imitative words, 4, 5, 6, 80
Sounds of speech, 24; adjustments involved in, muscular, 46; adjustments involved in certain, inhibition of, 46, 47; basic importance of, 43; classification of, 54, 55; combinations of, 56; conditioned appearance of, 56, 57; dynamics of, 55, 56; illusory feelings in regard to, 4345; “inner” or “ideal” system of, 57, 58; place in phonetic pattern of, 194196; production of, 4754; values of, psychological, 5658; variability of, 45, 46
Spanish, 137
Speech. See Language.
Spirants, 52
Splitting of sounds, 193, 195
Stem, 26
Stock, linguistic, 163165, 218, 221
Stopped consonants (or stops), 52
Stress. See Accent.
Structure, linguistic, 127156; conservatism of, 200; differences of, 127, 128; intuitional forms of, 153, 154
Structure, linguistic, types of: classification of, by character of concepts, 143147, by degree of fusion, 136143, by degree of synthesis, 135, 136, by formal processes, 133135, from threefold standpoint, 147149, 154, into “formal” and “formless,” 132, 133; classifying, difficulties in, 129132, 149; examples of, 149151; mixed, 148; reality of, 128, 129, 149, 152, 153; validity of conceptual, historical test of, 152156
Style, 38, 216, 242244
Subject, 92, 98. See Personal relations.
Subject of discourse, 37, 126
Suffixes, 26, 64
Suffixing, 61, 70, 7175
Suffixing languages, 134, 135
Survivals, morphological, 149, 152, 202, 218, 219
Swedish, 55, 110, 175
Swinburne, 238, 240
Swiss, French, 225
Syllabifying, 56
Symbolic languages, 133, 134, 147, 150, 151
Symbolic processes, 134, 138, 139, 140
Symbolic-fusional, 151
Symbolic-isolating, 148
Symons, 245
Syntactic adhesions, 117, 118
Syntactic relations, primary methods of expressing, 119, 120; transfer of values in, 120. See Concepts, relational; Concord; Order, word; Personal relations; Sentence.
Synthetic tendency, 69, 135, 136, 137, 148, 150, 151, 154
 


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