Wik-Mungkan Linguistic Notes and Sources

Wik-Mungkan grammar:

Kilham, Christine. 1977. Thematic organization of Wik-Munkan discourse: Pacific Linguistics B52. Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Ray, Alan Everton. 2021: A Grammar of Wik-Mungkan. Monash University. Thesis. https://doi.org/10.26180/15049146.v1

Wik-Mungkan dictionary:

Christine Kilham, Mabel Pamulkan, Jennifer Pootchemunka, and Topsy Wolmby. 1986. Dictionary and source book.

A number of reference materials were produced by SIL Linguists and are listed in the Wik-Mungkan Dictionary (1986) and reproduced here:

Godfrey, Marie P. and Barbara, J. Sayers (1964). Outline description of the alphabet and grammar of a dialect of Wik-Munkan spoken at Coen, Nth. Q’land. Occasional Papers in Aboriginal Studies 2.

Godfrey, Marie P. and Kerr, Harland B. (1964). Personal pronouns in Wik-Munkan. Occasional Papers in Aboriginal Studies 3.

Godfrey, Marie P. (1970) Wik-Munkan verb morphology. Pacific Linguistics C 13.

Kerr, Harland B. (1964) Comparison of Anyula base pronouns with Burera, Maung, and Wik-Munkan. Occasional Papers in Aboriginal Studies 3.

Kilham, Christine A. (1974). Compound words and close-knit phrases in Wik-Munkan. Pacific Linguistics A 37.

Kilham, Christine A. (1977). Thematic organization of Wik-Munkan discourse. Pacific Linguistics B 52.

Kilham, Christine (1986). Dictionary and source book of the Wik-Mungkan language. Summer Institute of Linguistics. Australian Aborigines Branch. Darwin, Australia : Summer Institute of Linguistics, Aboriginal Australians Branch.

Kilham, Christine A. (1987). Word order in Wik-Mungkan. Pacific Linguistics C 100.

Oates, Lynette F. and William, J. Oates (1964). Gugu-Yalanji and Wik-Munkan language studies.. Occasional Papers in Aboriginal Studies 2.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1976). Interpenetration of stress and pitch in Wik-Munkan grammar and phonology. Pacific Linguistics A 42.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1976). The sentence in Wik-Munkan: a description of propositional relationships. Pacific Linguistics B 44.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1977). Aboriginal world view and tense, mood and aspect in Wik-Munkan. Workpapers in Papua New Guinea Languages 20.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1977). What are contrastive syllables? The Wik-Munkan picture. Work Papers of SIL – AAB, Series A 1.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1997). Reference in Wik-Mungkan from a systemic perspective. SIL-AAIB Occasional Papers 3.

Sayers, Barbara J. (1997). Reference in the Wik-Mungkan relative clause. SIL-AAIB Occasional Papers 3.