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Skin, Kin and Clan

List of Tables

Table 1: Kariyarra (Kariera) section terms

Table 2: Warlpiri subsection system

Table 3: Coding systems for social categories

Table 4: Examples of social category coding

Table 5: ‘Wotjobaluk Tribe’

Table 6: Western Victorian matrimoiety marriage systems as presented in Dawson (1880) and Howitt (1996 [1904]), compared with a typical section system

Table 7: Matry terminologies

Table 8: Gunbalanya Bininj Gunwok subsection terminology

Table 9: Classification of marriages by Gunbalanya Bininj Gunwok speakers

Table 10: Gunmogurrgurr terminology in the languages of the area

Table 11: Yigurrumu terminology

Table 12: Ways of referring to mother’s and mother’s mother’s country

Table 13: Analysis of place names

Table 14: Summary of terminological sets

Table 15: Analysis of moiety names in Paakantyi and neighbouring language

Table 16: Moiety naming sets versus linguistic genetic groups

Table 17: Language groups of the Ashburton social organisation district

Table 18: The subset members’ names

Table 19: ‘Mate’ terms in the region recorded by Austin

Table 20: Bates’s totems linked to ‘phratry’ names

Table 21: Austin’s record of totemic classes

Table 22: Patriclan subsets and sections

Table 23: Bates’s unpublished data on marriages

Table 24: Extended Bates data

Table 25: Bates’s field data on permissible ‘phratry’ marriages

Table 26: Warlpiri subsections

Table 27: Kariera sections

Table 28: Warray sections

Table 29: South-east Cape York Peninsula sections

Table 30: Annan River moieties and sections

Table 31: Pragmatic equivalence of Annan River and Queensland General sections according to Roth and Howitt

Table 32: Annan River sections

Table 33: Queensland General section terminology

Table 34: Hypothesis about the origin of Annan River sections

Table 35: Kuinmerburra, also known as Guwinmal

Table 36: North-eastern (rainforest) sections

Table 37: Hypothesis about the origin of the Queensland General section system from patrimoiety and country interaction

Table 38: Initial dropping in southern Maric section terms

Table 39: Different treatment of initial consonants in Maric section terms

Table 40: *r > rt

Table 41: Section system of the Lower Arrernte

Table 42: Subsection system of the Central and Eastern Arrernte

Table 43: Subsection system of the Warlpiri (adult terms only)

Table 44: Subsection system of the Kaytetye (including junior terms)

Table 45: Arrernte section names according to sources

Table 46: Additional Arrernte skin names according to sources

Table 47: Anmatyerre skin names

Table 48: Kaytetye (and Warumungu feminine) skin names according to sources

Table 49: Warumungu skin names according to sources

Table 50: Warlmanpa skin names

Table 51: Sources of Arandic skin names

Table 52: Examples of words in the three lexical strata

Table 53: Hypothetic developments of skin names if borrowed early

Table 54: Warlpiri adult skin names as used by the Anmatyerre

Table 55: Junior skin names in Warlpiri, Kaytetye and Western Anmatyerre

Table 56: Waanyi terms for relations in FM class

Table 57: Son-in-law ngakinburrunyi relationships

Table 58: Waanyi and Warlpiri affinal and non-affinal terms compared

Table 59: Waanyi and Warlpiri MM terms compared

Table 60: Waanyi and Garrwa harmonic ascending/descending generation and affinal terms

Table 61: Warluwarric kin terms

Table 62: Tangkic affinal and harmonic FM and MM terms

Table 63: Spousal terms in two Barkly languages

Table 64: Marra and Alawa harmonic generation roots

Table 65: The eight attested Murrinhpatha trirelational terms

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