Some articles on kinship, formal kinship, formal:
... her head", (w)niwa-wulaya (m)na-wulaya "his head" 9 0- familiar kinship kajaja "father, dad" 10 various pronominal prefixes formal kinship for close kin angatharra-wangu "my wife" 11 ... rra-Milkathatha 16 0- place names Kandanbarrawujbi, Burrulula, Wathangka Notes rra- is a more formal female/feminine prefix often used in elicitations, a- is the informal everyday form ...
Famous quotes containing the words kinship and/or formal:
“The spiritual kinship between Lincoln and Whitman was founded upon their Americanism, their essential Westernism. Whitman had grown up without much formal education; Lincoln had scarcely any education. One had become the notable poet of the day; one the orator of the Gettsyburg Address. It was inevitable that Whitman as a poet should turn with a feeling of kinship to Lincoln, and even without any association or contact feel that Lincoln was his.”
—Edgar Lee Masters (18691950)
“The conviction that the best way to prepare children for a harsh, rapidly changing world is to introduce formal instruction at an early age is wrong. There is simply no evidence to support it, and considerable evidence against it. Starting children early academically has not worked in the past and is not working now.”
—David Elkind (20th century)