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|Title:||The Cultural Significance in Greeting Practices in Belo Dialect of the Bima Language|
|Other Titles:||Register Journal|
|Keywords:||Bahasa Bima;Dialek Belo|
|Abstract:||Greeting personal name in local languages are unique and various from one to another language, island, and cultural group. One of these is Bima language, especially in Belo dialect. The recent study expects to reveal the three main issues as follows (1) How many patterns of greeting name variations using in Belo dialect of the Bima language? (2) How are the variations pattern constructed in the greeting of personal names in Belo dialect of Bima language? (3) What are the most often vocal sound patterns used in greeting the personal names in Belo dialect of Bima language? The research used a qualitative descriptive study. The collection used some procedures, namely interviews, recording, documentation. The data analyzed with a qualitative descriptive that followed Miles and Hubermann. The results show that there are four patterns variation in greeting personal male names and eight variations in greeting female names; the second, there are three ways of constructing the patterns of greeting names, namely at the beginning, the middle, and the end of the syllables; and the most often syllable vocal pairs used /e—o/ for male names and syllables /a—u/ and /e—o/vowel pairs for female names. It is crucial to scrutinize the local languages and their cultures contained within. This implication of recent study results expects to evoke the speakers of regional languages have a responsible and sense of belonging to their language and culture.|
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