rankin at ku.edu
Tue Nov 23 15:13:21 UTC 2004
> The Cherokee form looks like a lot of words through Iroquoian and beyond
> for 'robin', one of those words that turns up all over the continent.
> Mohawk for 'robin', for example, is tsiskó:ko.
Robin . . . now there's a term that has overlapping phonemes sets all over the
place. Especially the -koko part is found all over the East. But parts of it
are unidentifiable in each family. You can make a looooong list with that one!
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