Language in Use Peter & Isauro working on Tobi language
Toward a Tobian-English Dictionary
Tobian Language Project: Documenting Ramari Hatohobei, the Tobian Language
A. Capell. Grammar and Vocabulary of the Language of Sonsorol-Tobi
Tobian Phonology and Morphology:
Reprinted in Oceania Linguistic Monographs, No. 12. Sydney: University of Sydney, 1969. Note: this material was originally prepared in 1948 and published in 1951 as CIMA (Coordinated Investigation of Micronesian Anthropology) Report No. 30.
Esther van den Berg. Linguistic Sketch of Hatohobeian and Sonsorolese
a study of phonology and morphology, 2014.
Specialized Word Lists
- Plants & Medicines
- Aunchalee Loscalzo's appendices to her dissertation—the data were collected in Echang and reflect a mixture of Tobian, Palauan, and English illness terms and plant names.
- Appendix A: Tobian Illness Terms (pronounciations provided by Justin Andrew)
- Appendix B: Botanical Pharmacopoeia of Echang Hamlet, Koror.
- Plants in Chuuk and Echang by Aunchalee Loscalzo.
- Preliminary list of plants commonly mentioned by Tobians as being medicinal by Aunchalee Loscalzo.
- Bodies & Their Parts from Isauro Andrew
- Canoe Parts from Isauro Andrew and Justin Andrew
- Clans of Tobifrom Isauro Andrew
- Colors from Isauro Andrew
- Conflict Words from Isauro Andrew
- Counting from Isauro Andrew
- Directionsfrom Sebastian Marino
- Kin Terms
- Noun Endings
- Phrases & Sentences
- Quackenbush Word List: Tobian Words 1968 and 2009
- Solar Months & Lunar Monthsfrom Justin Andrew
- 13 Word Lists by David Sapio
- Tobian Sounds
- Weather from Isauro Andrew
- Word of the Week Archive
Tobian is critically endangered according to UNESCO.
UNESCO Interactive Atlas of the World's Languages in Danger
Updated: September 12, 2020