Some Prehistoric Algonquian Cultural Vocabulary

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Most Proto Algonquian reconstructions published to date, and the data supporting them, are found in George F. Aubin's Proto Algonquian Dictionary (Aubin 1975). Most of the Proto Central Algonquian or Proto Lake ones are found in John Hewson's Computer-Generated Dictionary of Proto Algonquian (Hewson 1993). Those I have newly reconstructed or substantively revised in the course of my linguistic paleontology are presented here. Most are the names of game animals or useful plants, but some other terms of cultural interest are included. Pseudo proto terms are so called because they're likely based on loans postdating the proto language in whose phonology they're written.
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October 1, 2011
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