Rambitan, Siska (2008) BENTUK SAPAAN ANTAR ANGGOTA KELUARGA DALAM BAHASA. FAEDAH BULETIN ILMIAH KEBUDAYAAN DAN SAIN, 8 (22). pp. 19-27.
This study aimed to describe the forms of greetings among family members in Tondano language. Greetings means the words used to greet the family members. This research was conducted in Tondano. Data were obtained through participatory observation which comes and free interview. Then the data were analyzed based on the Kridalaksana’s and Burling’s theory. From the research, the greetings Tondano language are still used in daily conversation of Tondano people both in formal and informal situations. Tondano language greeting in general do not recognize gender, for examples puyun (grandson) and panaken (nephew). To distinguish the granddaughter and grandson, it is used panaken tuama and panaken wewene. There are some similar greetings for different gender such as the word hello to the wife or husband, which is called kaawu and ampit. Similarly, the greetings for mother or father in law is the same as greeting to the child law, which is manuang. The difference this term be seen through the context of the sentence. Greetings for kinship in Tondano language can also distinguished into lineal, collateral, and afinal.
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