WAKTU PISAH DAN POHON KEKERABATAN BAHASA SUWAWA – GORONTALO – TOLAKI – WOLIO

Anindiah, Suwastikaningrum (2017) WAKTU PISAH DAN POHON KEKERABATAN BAHASA SUWAWA – GORONTALO – TOLAKI – WOLIO. Undergraduate thesis, Universitas Diponegoro.

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Suwastikaningrum, Anindiah. 2017. “The Time Separation and Kindship Tree of Suwawa – Gorontalo – Tolaki – Wolio”. Research Paper. Faculty of Cultural Sciences Diponegoro University, Semarang. Adviser: Dr. M. Suryadi, M.Hum and Drs. Suharyo, M.Hum. This aim of this research is to knows the time separate and kinship of Suwawa, Gorontalo, Tolaki, and Wolio languages which include the Polynesian Malay or Austronesian. Suwawa, Gorontalo, Tolaki and Wolio's time of separation and kinship were analyzed using a lexicostatistic technique consisting of several stages: 1) collecting 400 basic vocabulary composed by Morris Swades. The method used is referential method with advanced technique that is technique of note. 2) specify the word relative of the compound word pair of four languages. 3) calculate the age and time of language separation. 4) calculate the error term. The results of the study found that Suwawa and Gorontalo languages were a single language between 2841-2555 years ago and began to separate from proto language between 824-538 BC (calculated from 2017). Suwawa and Tolaki language were single language between 3473-3103 years ago and began to separate from the proto language between 1456-1086 BC (calculated from 2017). Suwawa and Wolio language were a single language between 3273-2933 years ago and began to separate from the proto language between 1256-916 BC (calculated from 2017). Gorontalo and Tolaki language were a single language between 4195-3707 years ago and began to separate from the proto language between 2178-1690 BC (calculated from 2017). Gorontalo and Wolio languages were a single language between 2841-2555 years ago and began to separate from the proto language between 824-538 BC (calculated from 2017). Tolaki and Wolio language were a single language between 2219-1891 years ago and began to separate from the proto language between 202-126 BC (calculated from 2017). The level of kinship was proven by the similarity of the word of the relatives of Suwawa and Gorontalo language with 31%, Suwawa and Tolaki 24%, Suwawa and Wolio language 26%, Gorontalo and Tolaki language 18%, Gorontalo and Wolio 31% The Tolaki and Wolio languages are 42%. Kinship is included in the category of language (stock) is about 32,58%. Keyword: Lexicostatistik, The Time Separation, Kinship, Suwawa Language, Gorontalo Language, Tolaki Language, Wolio Language.

Item Type:Thesis (Undergraduate)
Subjects:P Language and Literature > P Philology. Linguistics > P1-1091 Philology. Linguistics > P1-85 General
Divisions:Faculty of Humanities > Department of Indonesian
ID Code:57752
Deposited By:Sastra Indonesia
Deposited On:26 Oct 2017 11:43
Last Modified:26 Oct 2017 11:43

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