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Barkur Kannada
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Preface

Barkur is a historically important small town situated in Udipi taluk of South Kanara district in coastal Mysore. It is about 45 miles north of Mangalore and isolated from the Tulu-speaking area of the district by two rivers (on which bridges have been constructed very recently). It is surrounded on all the four sides by Kannada-speaking people.

Commercially Barkur is more closely linked with Coonda-poor, one of the major Kannada-speaking towns in the district, than with Mangalore or Udipi.

Out of the whole population of the area, except a small number of Konkani-speakers, all—irrespective of different communities to which they belong—are native speakers of Kannada.

The name Barkur Kannada is given to this dialect as it is spoken in BARKUR.

The present analysis is based on the material collected from Shri B. Chandrashekhara Bhat, B. Sc., who belongs to the community of Shivalli Brahmins at Barkur. Assistance was also received from his father, Shri Subraya Bhat and his elder brother, Shri Shripati Bhat.

The field work was carried out during the months of April and May 1967, under the Linguistic Survey Project of Deccan College, Poona.

I wish to express my sincere gratitude to Dr. S. M. Katre, Director, Deccan College, Dr. A. M. Ghatage, Director, Centre of Advanced Study in Linguistics, Poona for their help and encouragement, to Dr. H. S. Biligiri, to Dr. D. N. Shankar Bhat for their valuable guidance throughout the preparation of this work and to my informant, Shri Chandrashekhara Bhat and the members of his family for their co-operation during the field work.

Contents

1.Phonology 1-10
Inventory of phonemes1
Illustration of contrasts1
Description of phonemes3
Distribution of phonemes9
2.Morphology11-49
Nouns11
Derivational nouns11
Compounds15
Reduplicated nouns16
Verbal nouns16
Pronouns17
Numerals17
Plural nouns18
Classification of nouns19
Morphophonemic changes20
Case morphemes21
Sample paradigms26
Verbs27
Derivational Verbs27
Reflexive bases28
Morphophonemic changes30
Past stem32
Future stem35
Present tense37
Finite verbal forms38
Non-finite verbal forms42
Participles43
Sample paradigms43
Modals47
Indeclinables47
Particles48
3.Texts50-71
External sandhi50
Sentences52
Stories
ba: rku: rina: kate61
na: ki jana mu: rkri64
ma: ni: buddi66
de: vri kodu: da: dre69
4.Kannada English Vocabulary72-102

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Barkur Kannada

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Preface

Barkur is a historically important small town situated in Udipi taluk of South Kanara district in coastal Mysore. It is about 45 miles north of Mangalore and isolated from the Tulu-speaking area of the district by two rivers (on which bridges have been constructed very recently). It is surrounded on all the four sides by Kannada-speaking people.

Commercially Barkur is more closely linked with Coonda-poor, one of the major Kannada-speaking towns in the district, than with Mangalore or Udipi.

Out of the whole population of the area, except a small number of Konkani-speakers, all—irrespective of different communities to which they belong—are native speakers of Kannada.

The name Barkur Kannada is given to this dialect as it is spoken in BARKUR.

The present analysis is based on the material collected from Shri B. Chandrashekhara Bhat, B. Sc., who belongs to the community of Shivalli Brahmins at Barkur. Assistance was also received from his father, Shri Subraya Bhat and his elder brother, Shri Shripati Bhat.

The field work was carried out during the months of April and May 1967, under the Linguistic Survey Project of Deccan College, Poona.

I wish to express my sincere gratitude to Dr. S. M. Katre, Director, Deccan College, Dr. A. M. Ghatage, Director, Centre of Advanced Study in Linguistics, Poona for their help and encouragement, to Dr. H. S. Biligiri, to Dr. D. N. Shankar Bhat for their valuable guidance throughout the preparation of this work and to my informant, Shri Chandrashekhara Bhat and the members of his family for their co-operation during the field work.

Contents

1.Phonology 1-10
Inventory of phonemes1
Illustration of contrasts1
Description of phonemes3
Distribution of phonemes9
2.Morphology11-49
Nouns11
Derivational nouns11
Compounds15
Reduplicated nouns16
Verbal nouns16
Pronouns17
Numerals17
Plural nouns18
Classification of nouns19
Morphophonemic changes20
Case morphemes21
Sample paradigms26
Verbs27
Derivational Verbs27
Reflexive bases28
Morphophonemic changes30
Past stem32
Future stem35
Present tense37
Finite verbal forms38
Non-finite verbal forms42
Participles43
Sample paradigms43
Modals47
Indeclinables47
Particles48
3.Texts50-71
External sandhi50
Sentences52
Stories
ba: rku: rina: kate61
na: ki jana mu: rkri64
ma: ni: buddi66
de: vri kodu: da: dre69
4.Kannada English Vocabulary72-102

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