Isogloss: The evidence of Isolect Lampung Language in Indonesia

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Sudirman A. M., Muhammad Ihsan Dacholfany, Feny Thresia, Miftachul Huda

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The purpose of the study in this paper is to describe Lampung language and Isogloss (file) evidence, which is described as isolates of Lampung language, the results of research studies visualized aspects of phonology, morphology, lexicons, and Isogloss (files) based on modern dialectology. The research problem solving method was carried out in three stages, the data provision stage was used interview technique followed by conversational listening and recording techniques for the informant lingual speech unit. The second is the matching technique between lingual units. Third, the results of the study are described geographically followed by visual (file) Isogloss in each phonological, morphological, and lexicon aspects of the Lampung language. The variant of phonological aspects is the sound element [a ~ o ~ ou ~ eu ~ E] / in the cognate of the lexicon [nuwa ~ nowo ~ nuwou ~ nuweu ~ nuwE] the meaning of the word 'home'; The variant of the morphological aspects is Isogloss the sound element variant vowel phoneme [E ~ ə ~ a ~ u], at the prefix {bE- ~ be- ~ bə- ~ ba- ~ bu -} 'word' base word cognate {bEsilE ~ bilasila ~ basila ~ busila} 'being cross-legged'; and the lexicon aspect has a variant of the meaning of the word 'abu' there are two groups of variants, namely {habu, abu, abeu, abou} ~ {hambuwa, embuwa}. All phonological, morphological, and lexicon aspects marked by Isogloss (files) are visualized by the results of dialectometric calculations there are four groups of Lampung language isolect.

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