Definición de Tanoan en inglés:

Tanoan

Saltos de línea: Ta¦noan
Pronunciación: /təˈnəʊən
 
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sustantivo

[mass noun]
A small language family comprising a number of Pueblo Indian languages.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is amply evidenced by both North American languages (such as Sierra Miwok and Tanoan) and Papuan New Guinean languages (such as Kewa and Yimas).
  • The other Texas tribe that probably spoke Tiwa or a form of Tanoan are the Jumano.
  • The Zuñi language may be connected with Tanoan, falling within the Aztec-Tanoan linguistic stock.

adjetivo

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Relating to the Tanoan language family.
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  • All other Pueblo languages are classified within the Aztec-Tanoan Phylum: within the Kiowa-Tanoan family are three Tanoan languages, Tiwa, Tewa, and Towa; the Hopi language is an isolate within the Uto-Aztecan family; and Keresan is an unclassified language isolate not yet assigned to any family within the phylum.
  • He was of the belief that the Tanoan family is a remote branch of the Shoshonean, but thus far the relationship has not been definitively shown.
  • Their name for themselves is ‘Tuei’ and they speak southern Tiwa, a Tanoan language.

Origen

from Spanish Tano + -an.

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