Gutob / Gadaba

Patricia Donegan & David Stampe’s Online Gtob Dictionary

Toshiki Osada’s Munda Site (with information on Gta’, Gutob, Ho, Mundari)

Berger, Peter. 2000. “Gesellschaft, Ritual und Ideologie. Eine relationale Betrachtung der Gadaba des Koraput Distriktes, Orissa” Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte. 21:15-28

Bhaskara Rao, Peri. 1969. “Gadaba Phonology.” Linguistic Survey Bulletin, 14. Pune: Deccan College.  5-8

De Armond, Richard C. 1965. Grammatical Categories of the Gutob Verb. Unpublished, University of Wisconsin

De Armond, Richard C. 1976. “Proto-Gutob-Remo-Gtaq stressed monosyllabic vowels and initial consonants” Philip N. Jenner, Laurence C. Thompson, and Stanley Starosta (eds.). Austroasiatic Studies, Two Volumes. Honolulu: University of Hawaii (Oceanic Linguistics, Special Publication, No. 13), I:213-27

DeArmond, Richard C. no date. “The structure of the Gutob verb in a generative grammar: syntactic aspects vs. semantic aspects.” In the 1976 article (above) said to appear in: Proceedings of the Conference on Asian Syntax and Semantics. Seattle: University of Washington

Denny, C.S. & Glasfurd, C.L.R. 1868. “Gudwa Vocabulary.” Report of the Ethnological Committee of Jubbulpore Exhibition, 1866-7. Nagpore

Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von. 1943. “Megalithic Rituals among the Gadabas and Bondos of Orissa” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Bengal ):149-78

Ghosh, Arun. 2003. “Linguistic sketh of Gutob”. A. Ghosh. An Ethnolinguistic Profile of Eastern India. A case of South Orissa. Burdwan: University of Burdwan 107-131.

Griffiths, Arlo. 2008. “Gutob.” In: Gregory D.S. Anderson (ed.), The Munda Languages. London / New York: Routledge. [Routledge Language Family Series]. 633-681.

Goud, Dhukhishyam. 1991. gAdabA. (Tribal Language Study Series, Vol. 6). Bhubaneswar

Izikowitz, Karl  Gustav. 1960. “The Gotr Ceremony of the Boro Gadaba” appeared originally in: Culture in History, Essays in Honor of Paul Radin. Repr. 1969 in: S. Diamond (ed.). Primitive Views of the World. New York. 129-50

Mahanti, Gopinatha. 1956. Gadba bhasa. Wardha: Akhil Bharat Sarvaseva Sangh (in Oriya)

Mukherjee, Sibasis. 2002 “Gadaba (Gutob)”. B. Mahapatra (ed.), Linguistic Survey of India. Special Studies. Orissa. Kolkata: Language Division, Office of the Registrar General 299-314.

Newill, H. 1857. “Gadaba Vocabulary.” Hudson (ed.). Aborigines of Eastern Ghats, Journal of the Asiatic Society of Bengal XXV. Reported in Misc. Essays relating to Indian Subjects, Vol. II. London, 1880

Patnaik, Radha Krishna. 1992. “The Gadabas”. V. Subba Rao & R. Patnaik (eds.), Gadaba. The Language and the People. Amaravathi: Sri Papayaradhya Sahiti Kendram, 2, iv, 60.

Pfeffer, Georg. 1991. “Der intra-agnatische ‘Seelentausch’ der Gadaba beim grossen Lineageritual” M.S. Laubscher (ed.). Beiträge zur Ethnologie Mittel- und Südindiens. München. 59-??

Pfeffer, Georg. 1997. “The Scheduled Tribes of Middle India as a Unit: Problems of Internal and External Comparison” D.K. Behera & G. Pfeffer (eds.). Contemporary Society: Tribal Studies. Vol. 1. Structure and Process. New Delhi. 3-27

Rajan, F. Herold & Jamuna Rajan. 2001. Gutob-Gadaba Phonemic Summary. Lamptaput, Orissa: Asha Kiran Society.

Rajan, F. Herold & Jamuna Rajan. 2001. Grammar Write-up of Gutob-Gadaba. Lamtaput, Orissa: Asha Kiran Society.

Ramadas, G. 1931. “The Gadabas”. Man in India, 11: 160-173.

Sarma, C.R.S. 2001. “Gutob Gadaba: A sociolinguistic appraisal”. Unpublished MS distributed at the National Seminar on Tribal Languages in India, Hyderabad: Osmania University, February 16-17, 2001.

Subba Rao, V. & D.R. Patnaik. 1992. Gadaba: the Language & the People. Amaravathi.

Zide, Norman Herbert. n.d. “Field Notes on Gutob, Korku; Short Notes on Mundari, Juang, Nihali”

Zide, Norman Herbert. no date. “Gutob Texts.” Unpublished Manuscript

Zide, Norman Herbert. no date. “Field Notes on Gutob, Gta?.” Munda Language Project, Chicago

Zide, Norman Herbert. no date. “Gutob revised monosyllabic verb list incorporating Remo monosyllabic verb list and Gutob-Remo reconstructions.” Unpublished manuscript

Zide, Norman Herbert & B.P. Das. 1964. “Gutob Monosyllables: A Morpheme Inventory” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1964. “Gutob-Remo Monosyllabic Morpheme structure” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1964. “A Note on Noun Adjective Derivation in Gutob, Remo and Gata’” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1965. “A Note on Gutob Baby Talk” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1965. Gutob-Remo vocalism and glottalized vowels in Proto-Munda” Milner et al. (eds.). Indo-Pacific Linguistic Studies (Lingua 14), 43-53

Zide, Norman Herbert & B.P. Das. 1965. “Gutob Texts” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert & B.P. Das. 1965. “Gutob Verb Lexicon” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1966. “A Note on noun and adjective derivation in Gutob (Gadaba), Remo (Bondo), and Gata’” Unpublished Mimeo

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1997. “Gutob pronominal clitics and related phenomena elsewhere in Gutob-Remo-Gta?” A. Abbi (ed.). Languages of Tribal and Indigenous Peoples of India: the Ethnic Space. Delhi. 307-34

Zide, Norman Herbert. 1999. “A Note on a Rhetorical-Stylistic Device in Gutob (Gadaba)” Kh. Mahapatra (ed.). Banaja-1999: Adibasi Exhibition Souvenir, 44