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Diccionario hispano-kanaka ó sea, modesta colección de las voces más usuales y conocidas de esta lengua de la Ascensión ó Ponapé é islas inmediatas (Carolinas orientales) va precedido de algunas reglas gramaticales.
Pequeña Impr. del Asilo de Heurfanos de Nuestra Señora de Consolación, Tambobong [Luzon, Philippines] 1892 - 8vo, pp. 184, [4]; original printed wrappers bound in; contemporary full blindstamped calf; joints worn, else very good. An Ayer Linguistic duplicate, with a Newberry release stamp on the presentation bookplate of Edward Everett Ayer on the front pastedown. This is a dictionary and grammar of Spanish-Kanaka (a dialect of the Western Caroline Islands, particularly in Ponapé or Ascension), by a Capuchin friar of the province of Castille of the Sacred Heart. It is the same province in charge of Capuchin missions in Spanish colonies in Ultramar, including the Philippines. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
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