|Statement||compiled by W. G. Ivens.|
|LC Classifications||PL6225.Z5 I8 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||75035125|
Get this from a library! A dictionary of the language of Bugotu, Santa Isabel Island, Solomon Islands. [W G Ivens]. Cover subtitle: A language of the Solomon Islands;"First printed, "--T.p. verso; ed. published by Royal Asiatic Society, London, and issued as v. 19 of the James G. Forlong Fund with title: Dictionary of the language of Bugotu, Santa Isabel Island, Solomon Islands;Includes bibliographical references (: Bughotu (also spelled Bugotu) is an Oceanic language spoken in the Solomon Islands. Its speakers live on Santa Isabel Island and on the small neighboring Furona Island. Bughotu at Ethnologue (18th ed., ) Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, ge family: Austronesian, . LANGUAGES OF THE SOLOMON ISLANDS CHEKE HOLO LANGUAGE - HOLO LANGUAGE Spoken on Santa Isabel Island, Solomon Islands. Over "10," (Cheke Holo, Bill Palmer) Cheke Holo Speakers in the Solomon Islands. Writing System: Latin Script. First Year, Intermediate & Advanced Cheke Holo Courses, Lessons, etc.
to Santa Isabel Island. He was ordained as a deacon in and as a priest in and for some years divided his time between Santa Isabel and Norfolk Islands. He devoted much of his time to translating the Bible, Book of Common Prayer and hymns into Bugotu, one of the main languages on Santa Isabel. In Welchman married Helen Rossiter. In he joined the Melanesian Mission as a doctor-missionary. He was at first stationed at Santa Cruz in the Solomon Islands and in moved to Santa Isabel Island. He was ordained as a deacon in and as a priest in and for some years divided his time between Santa Isabel and Norfolk Islands. "Mates" -Two Bugotu Girls, Isabel Island (Solomon Islands), , courtesy of Anglican Church of Melanesia. 75 rows Language families. Most of the languages in the Solomon Islands are Austronesian .
Image - Hugo Hebala, Deacon of Bugotu, Bugotu (Isabel) Island (Solomon Islands) - Solomon Islands Encyclopaedia, , NAME is a biographical, bibliographical and archival database of SUBJECT with links to related articles and images. ADD MORE DESCRIPTION AS REQUIRED. Kwaio is one of 12 closely related Austronesian languages spoken on the island of Malaita, and Keesing's useful dictionary joins the ranks of Ivens (, ), Fox (, , ) and Geerts () in making the mile stretch from Bugotu in Southern Isabel to Arosi in Northern San Cristobal the lexicographical showcase of the south-western Pacific. With the independence of the Solomon Islands in July , Santa Isabel Island has been administered as part of Isabel Province. In , 17 men were arrested for burning down the houses in Ulubea riverside settlement, 33 houses in all, as a result of a property dispute. The number was later expanded to LanguagesLocation: Pacific Ocean. SIBUG - South East Solomon Islands - Santa Isabel Island - Arthur Capell (), Guide to Records - Arthur Capell was an Australian linguist and ethnographer who spent much time recording and documenting both Australian Aboriginal languages and endangered languages in the Asia - Pacific region. The Arthur Capell textual collection consists of some thi.