I explore evidence for semantic cohesion and semantic assignment criteria to U̱t‑Maꞌin noun class pairings, the distribution of loanwords semantic regularities, and the distribution of verbal nouns throughout the noun classes.
A presentation and defense of my MA thesis — The noun class system of u̱t‑Maꞌin, a West Kainji language of Northwestern Nigeria .
A first look at the u̱t-Ma’in noun class system: noun affixes and agreement morphology. Includes preliminary insight regarding semantic criteria that are active in the morphological system.
A presentation of preliminary research on the use of nominal forms in u̱t‑Maꞌin auxiliary constructions.
Handwritten field notes from the elicitation of the SIL comparative African wordlist in u̱t‑MaꞌRor (1700 words).