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Definition of the noun Mobilian

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noun

  1. A person moving on his/her own, and only moving himself/herself, not transporting goods or other persons, but transporting oneself only, such as a pedestrian, passenger, motorcyclist, skater and the like.

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Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2014)

Volume 5: Language by Michael Montgomery, Ellen Johnson

A recent proposal had Mobilian Jargon already in existence before the arrival of Europeans in North America, by drawing on three major considerations: (1) it had an indigenous grammar with a characteristic word order of object-subject-verb ...

Google previewConcise Encyclopedia of Languages of the World (2010)

Mobilian Jargon or the Chickasaw-Choctaw trade language was a Muskogean- based pidgin of the lower Mississippi River valley, typologically comparable ( although unrelated) to Chinook Jargon of northwestern North America. Not to be ...

Google previewDictionary of the Alabama Language (1993)

by Cora Sylestine, Heather K. Hardy, Timothy Montler

Mobilian jargon {< Mobilian} 2. yes (VC) > yaama yamíhchi to do a certain way, do like this, go like this (gesture) *-LI/3 ( yanchihchi, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Mississippi Indians (2000)

by Donald Ricky

They also interacted with a number of Muskoghean speakers and used the Mobilian jargon, termed Yama by Louisiana Indians, almost as much as Biloxi. No longer used in conversation, the last Biloxi texts were recorded in 1934 from Mrs.

Google previewNew International Encyclopedia (1916)

MOBILIAN TRADE LANGUAGE. An Indian trade jargon formerly serving the same purpose of intertribal and trade communication in the Gulf States that is still served by the Chinook jargon (q.v. ) along the Columbia and the northwest coast, ...

Google previewThe treasury of languages, a rudimentary dictionary of universal philology [signed J.B.]. (1873)

MOBILIAN. American : name for the Chikkasa of the R. Mobile, spoken in Alabama and Arkansas. MOBIMA, see Movima. MOCHIKA, see Yunga. MOCHONO, MUCHOJEONE, MOCOROSI. American : Indians of Moxos in Bolivia , allied to ...

Google previewBARTLETT'S DICTIONARY OF AMERICANISMS (1859)

by JOHN RUSSELL BARTLETT

Thus New Yorker, Vermonter, Rhode Islander, will do well enough ; and so will Virginian, Georgian, Philadelphian, Bostonian, Mobilian ; but Buffalonian, Illinoian, Ohioan, are hardly admissible ; while Connecticut, Massachusetts, and ...

Google previewDictionary of Indian Tribes of the Americas (1995)

by Jan Onofrio

They also interacted with a number of Muskoghean speakers and used the Mobilian jargon, termed Yama by Louisiana Indians, almost as much as Biloxi. No longer used in conversation, the last Biloxi texts were recorded in the 1934 from Mrs.

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