Documentation of the analyser
The analyser is in an initial state, and contains some hundred verbs, approximately
Using the analysers
- In the terminal: analyse words by writing uciw, generate with dciw
- For more info, see How to use the morphological parsers
We have so far used the following two sources:
- The chart verb paradigms of the web page Anishinaabemowin, Ojibwe Language
The article on Ojibwe grammar on the French Wikipedia
- Gikendandaa Ojibwemowin! has lists of different classes of verbs in PDF format, collected from Weshki online ojibwe dictionary
Additional sources to peruse
Ojibwe Vocabulary Project, Working Session July 6-8, 2009. Lots of words, but it appears that the encoding is a bit weird and thus hard to export data from the PDF.
Kwayaciiwiin has some very big, free dictionaries in both latin and canadian syllabics, and verbs are marked in a roundabout way (otherwise no PoS and inflectional category information)
- Anton Truer at Bemidji state has collected a fair amount of resources and wordlists, which are published online, however it may be that he would be willing to donate plaintext wordlists as well.