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NOUN DERIVATION OF THE TYPICAL MINAHASA FOOD AND BEVERAGE NAMES Pamantung, Rina P; Beratha, N.L. Sutjiati; Sutjaja, IGM; Mahyuni, Mahyuni
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol. 9 Januari 2015 No. 1
Publisher : Doctoral Studies Program of Linguistics of Udayana University Postgraduate Program

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Derivation of the name of typical Minahasa food and beverage is a change or replacement of the word class of verbs, adverbs, and adjectives into nouns. It occurs through the process of compounding, affixation, and reduplication. Free morpheme which appears is ransak, tei, tu'tu, tape, segor, sende ', rica, fresh, rukus. Conversely, some morphemes or bound forms (affixes) are the prefix /pe-/,/wa-/, and /ko-/ ; infix /-in-/ ; suffix /-en/, and confixes /-in- + -an/ and  /ka- + -an/ . Prefixes /pe-/, /wa-/, and /ko-/ ; infix /-in-/ ; sufi x-en/, andconfixes /-in- + -an/ occur in the formation of derivational words of  food, while  drinks contain two morphemes (affixes), the infix / -in- / and confix (ka + -an). Thus, the derivation of the typical Minahasa food naming is called derivational affixes such as derivational prefix, infix, and confix. Meanwhile, derivational infix, and confix occur in a typical Minahasa drink. Empty derivation is not found in the typical Minahasa food and beverage since a single form, for example, pangi, sa?ut, paniki, kawok, dan sopi have a meaning that does not change the word class. In addition, the characteristics of the structure of itscompounding: root + base (base + roots), that have a sense of the endocentric and exocentric compound words. Endocentric ompounding is the most frequent.
SIGN LANGUAGE VARIATIONS IN KATA KOLOK Putri, Dian Rahmani; Sutjaja, IGM; Mbete, Aron Meko; Pastika, I Wayan
e-Journal of Linguistics Vol 12 No 1 (2018): eJL-January
Publisher : Doctoral Studies Program of Linguistics of Udayana University Postgraduate Program

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The study focuses on sign language namely kata kolok, which is naturally used in Bengkala village, Buleleng, Bali, by the local deaf community, specifically on their idea and thought to describe their religious living, customs and culture. The aim of this research is to enrich references of a sign language system contributed by sign language owned by the Kolok community in Bengkala. The data obtained is primary, qualitative; those are lexicon, expression, sentences, text in the form of sign language. The data were collected by observation, video recording and direct interviewing by using new etnography approach or cognitive anthropology. The data analysis is conducted by content analysis. In the future, this research is expected to generate a Kata Kolok Dictionary, a comprehensive documentation and effective information dedicated to the signer or the sign language user, and also as the preservation of Kata Kolok as the natural sign language. There are sign and meaning variations found, such as sign variations for the 3rd person singular pronoun, modality ?have to?, religious-signs ?mabanten? and ?Pura?, the customs sign ?ngaben?, culture sign ?tajen?, survival sign ?talking?, and  emotional expression ?sad? and ?surprised?. Furthermore, there are phenomena such as homonymy and polysemy for some meanings.       Keywords: meaning and sign, variation, homosign, polysemy, sign language, Kata Kolok