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- Yeli Dnye and the Theory of Basic Color Terms (2000)
- The theory of basic color terms was a crucial factor in the demise of linguistic relativity. The theory is now once again under scrutiny and fundamental revision. This article details a case study that undermines one of the central claims of the classical theory, namely that languages universally treat color as a unitary domain, to be exhaustively named. Taken together with other cases, the study suggests that a number of languages have only an incipient color terminology, raising doubts about the linguistic universality of such terminology.
- Regimento de 1614 e os actuais estatutos do Cabido da Sé Metropolitana de Goa e Damão Primacial do Oriente e Patriarcal das índias Orientais (1961)
- Goa pre-portuguesa (1964)
- Dreissena cochleata (1873)