Definition of Takelma

1. Noun. A member of a North American Indian people of southwestern Oregon.

Generic synonyms: Penutian



2. Noun. A Penutian language spoken by the Takelma.
Exact synonyms: Takilman
Generic synonyms: Penutian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Takelma

Tajikistan
Tajikistani
Tajikistani monetary unit
Tajiks
Taka-diastase
Takahara's disease
Takahashi
Takakkaw
Takamagahara
Takamatsu
Takanawa
Takayama's stain
Takayasu's arteritis
Takayasu's disease
Takayasu's syndrome
Takelma (current term)
Takilman
Tal
Talbot
Talcott Parsons
Taleban
Taliacotian
Talib
Taliban
Talibanesque
Talibanisation
Talibanistan
Talibanization
Talibanize
Talibanized

Literary usage of Takelma

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. A Supplement to A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian in by Daythal Kendall, John F. Freeman (1982)
"[10(139)] Donor, grantee, Sept. 1974. Takelma (Penutian) 4802. ... L. A syntactic analysis of Takelma texts; 1977. Photocopy of TD 147 pp. ..."

2. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 4/4 by Frederick Webb Hodge (2003)
"These eastern Takelma seem to have been on the whole less advanced than their down-river kinsmen. They are said to have been shorter in stature than these, ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Takelma Teils, Unit, of Penn. Mut. Anthrop. Pubs. (Philadelphia, 1909) IDEM, The Takelma language in BOAS, Handbook Am. M Langs., Bull. 40, part 2 (Bur. ..."

4. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"19091; IDEM, The Takelma Language in BOAS, Handbook 4m Irai Langs., Bull. 40, part 2 (Bur. Am. Ethnology, Washin<rton, 1912). ..."

5. The Journal of American Folk-lore by American Folklore Society (1917)
"... Okanagon, Shoshoni, Shuswap, Takelma, Thompson). 4 George Adsit of Telegraph Creek, BC, has lived for many years among the Cree, Kaska, and Tahltan. ..."

6. A Supplement to A Guide to Manuscripts Relating to the American Indian in by Daythal Kendall, John F. Freeman (1982)
"[10(139)] Donor, grantee, Sept. 1974. Takelma (Penutian) 4802. ... L. A syntactic analysis of Takelma texts; 1977. Photocopy of TD 147 pp. ..."

7. Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico V. 4/4 by Frederick Webb Hodge (2003)
"These eastern Takelma seem to have been on the whole less advanced than their down-river kinsmen. They are said to have been shorter in stature than these, ..."

8. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"Takelma Teils, Unit, of Penn. Mut. Anthrop. Pubs. (Philadelphia, 1909) IDEM, The Takelma language in BOAS, Handbook Am. M Langs., Bull. 40, part 2 (Bur. ..."

9. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"19091; IDEM, The Takelma Language in BOAS, Handbook 4m Irai Langs., Bull. 40, part 2 (Bur. Am. Ethnology, Washin<rton, 1912). ..."

10. The Journal of American Folk-lore by American Folklore Society (1917)
"... Okanagon, Shoshoni, Shuswap, Takelma, Thompson). 4 George Adsit of Telegraph Creek, BC, has lived for many years among the Cree, Kaska, and Tahltan. ..."

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