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Loucks, Rochelle Marrinan, Bruce C. Nelson, Lee Newsom, Irvy R. Quitmyer, William H. Radisch, Elizabeth J. Reitz, Donna L. Ruhl, Michael Russo, Rebecca Saunders, John F. and C. Margaret Scarry, Brenda J. Sigler-Lavelle, David H. Thomas, Richard H. Vernon, Brent R. Weisman, and John E. Worth. The work of these professionals has added considerable refinement both to our picture of Timucua society - particularly in Utina (Timucua), Potano, Icafui, and Saturiwa Provinces and to definition of the movements of Timucua and Muskogean peoples within northern Florida and southern Georgia during t he late prehistoric and early historic, Mission, periods (d.

Johnson , Timothy Kohler, Chung H. Lee, Lana J. Loucks, Rochelle Marrinan, Bruce C. Nelson, Lee Newsom, Irvy R. Quitmyer, William H. Radisch, Elizabeth J. Reitz, Donna L. Ruhl, Michael Russo, Rebecca Saunders, John F. and C. Margaret Scarry, Brenda J. Sigler-Lavelle, David H. Thomas, Richard H. Vernon, Brent R. Weisman, and John E. Worth. The work of these professionals has added considerable refinement both to our picture of Timucua society - particularly in Utina (Timucua), Potano, Icafui, and Saturiwa Provinces and to definition of the movements of Timucua and Muskogean peoples within northern Florida and southern Georgia during t he late prehistoric and early historic, Mission, periods (d.

This usage is quite congruent with Timucua -bo and -ma 3 verb pluralizers, described earlier. Timucua has a lexeme puqua (morphemically pu- + -qua 'intensifier') indicating 'much, many', similar in usage to the Cuna -(r)pa(a) morpheme. Both languages, like Warao, have a -ka plural. In Timucua this is normally combined with -re, in Cuna with -na, as in Cuna niiskana 'stars' (Holmer 1946: 186), Timucua chubobocare 'stars'. Cuna uses -Ia with nouns to indicate the result of a verbal action and -Ie with verbs to indicate a passive participle.

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