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Hello! My name is Courtney Dalton. I'm a junior linguistics major at Bryn Mawr. I've taken Intro to Computing and I work with the Digital Scholarship department at BMC, but I don't have a lot of experience with computer science otherwise. Here are some languages that I would be interested in working on:

  • Uyghur
  • Tibetan
  • Bangla
  • Maltese

'S-suffixes: Long Form':

   - ܦܵܬܚܵܢܵܐ
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܢܵܐ
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܚܹܢ
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܬܹܢ
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܬܹܢ
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܬܘܼܢ
   - ܦܵܬܚܵܢܝܼ
   - ܦܵܬܚܢܝܼ
   - ܦܵܬܚܝܼܢܝܼ


@cc links a coordinating conjunction to the conjunct that comes after it. In Uzbek, one common coordinating conjunction is va, which appears in the sentence below.


"xudo" n nom @nsubj #1->8


":" sent @punct #2->8


"«" lquot @punct #3->5


"yorug'lik" n nom @nsubj #4->5


"bo'l" v tv perm @parataxis #5->8


"»" rquot @punct #6->5


"," cm @punct #7->8


"de" v tv past p3 sg @root #8->0


"va" cnjcoo @cc #9->12


"yorug'lik" n nom @nsubj #10->12


"paydo" adj @nmod #11->10


"bo'l" v tv past p3 sg @conj #12->8


"." sent @punct #13->8

Xudo: "Yorug'lik bo'lsin", dedi va yorug'lik paydo bo'ldi.

God: "Light be", said and light appear did.

"God said, 'Let there be light,' and there was light."

This va isn't in the CTILD dictionary, but based on this sentence, it seems to mean something like "and." Another common @cc is esa "whereas":


"xudo" n gen @nmod #1->2


"ruh" n px3sp nom @root #2->0


"esa" cnjcoo @cc #3->2


"suv" n nom @nmod #4->6


"yuz" num subst px3sp loc @case #5->4


"parvoz" n nom @nsubj #6->2


"etar" v tv past p3 sg @aux #7->8


"e" cop past p3 sg @cop #8->2


"." sent @punct #9->2

Xudoning Ruhi esa suv yuzida parvoz etar edi.

God's Spirit whereas water face