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Below is a listing of all of the articles on the SpecGram website, listed alphabetically by author.

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K Authors ^


Kadigan, Phlange
> Rock, Paper, Scissors, Computational Linguist, Nasal-Ingressive Voiceless Velar Trill, ChomskyA New Game for Every Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Rock, Paper, Scissors, Computational Linguist, Nasal-Ingressive Voiceless Velar Trill, ChomskyA Not-Quite-New Game for Every Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
 
Kaithe, Tashel M.
> Acquiring Isolation: The Peculiar Case of Ghwǘǜb Speculative Grammarian CLIX.ι Mid-August 2010
 
Kakui, Shadrack M.
> The Mandarin Informant SpecGram Podcast August 2013
 
Kalyan, Siva
> Fly, Sigh, Sentence Ugly Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.4 May 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> 与工以口-尺口爪凡以 Keyboards Speculative Grammarian January 2017
> Swinging Predicates and the Mobile Model of Linguistic Typology Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
 
Kandylaki, Katerina
> Kill All Phoneticians Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Performance of “Kill All Phoneticians” SpecGram Podcast February 2014
 
Kathman, Dave
> Bivalent Meaning in Matrix Adverbs Better Words and Morphemes I.3 May 1991
> Pinkerton-Umlaut’s Back to Basics: The Real Truth About Language Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.1 November 1988
 
Katz, Aya
> The Business of LinguisticsBook Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> The Development of the Brain and Its Implication for Language, Music and Pest Control, or, The Pied Piper Revisited Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
> Grammatical Speculation: The Black Market in Ill-Gotten Morphemes Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
> Grammaticalization in an Inflated Series of Signs (or, Excerpts from the Swollen Tongue) Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXV SpecGram Podcast May 2013
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XXVI SpecGram Podcast June 2013
> Legal Proceedings Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> More of The Business of LinguisticsBook Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Multiple Choice: The Ultimate Algorithm Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
> On Posture And Expletives: A Reply to “Greek Particles” by R.S. Sriyatha Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> Ruminating on Consonants Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The sg-indexSeparating the Wheat from the Chaff Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> The Sinking Of Linear Thinking Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
> The SpecGram Linguistic Advice Collective Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> The Tribesman Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
 
Kaufmann, Kean
> Compound Nouns for Frances Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Frog and Toad Teach Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Language Made Difficult, Vol. XLVIII SpecGram Podcast December 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.1 August 2009
 
Kaul, Leela
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
 
Kaunis, Schön “Sean”
> Double or Nothing Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
K’awil, Waxaklahun Ubah
> Re-Rating the World’s Languages Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
K͡Brugmann, K͡Parul
> Trickle Down Linguonomics I Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> Trickle Down Linguonomics II Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> Trickle Down Linguonomics III Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
 
Keal, Tom
> Do You Speak English XS? Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
 
Kew, Jonathan
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
 
Keys, Rick
> Simulation Modelling of Syntactic Habitats Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
 
Khayyam, Omar
> Rubāʿī Concerning Discourse Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
 
Kialugist, R.
> Bait Me Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Proto-Indo-SpamopeanAn Early Exemplar of “Ye Olde Baite of Yon Clicke” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
 
Kim, Insook
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
 
Kind-Ifferenz, V. Villma
> English Writing System ReformAn Immodest Proposal Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
 
Kinnick, Bob
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IXLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang XLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
 
Kitty, Wolf
> How To Get A Ph.D. Without Really Trying (And Maybe Even Get A Date In The Process) Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
 
Knight, Ken
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Kopris, Craig
> Labyrinths & Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
 
Kore-Eckly, Eysp L.
> A Poetic Meditation on English Spelling Rules and Reform For Two Contrasting Voices Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
 
Kovach, Edward
> The Geological/Climatological Significance of Finno-Ugric Roots in Colloquial Dolphin Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
 
Kriolio, Pidge N.
> Introducing Hawelshi’ian Speculative Grammarian CXLIX.2 April 2004
 
Kruck, W.
> When I Heard the Learn’d Phonologist Lingua Pranca June 1978
> When I Heard the Learn’d Syntactician Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Krystal, David
> The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics, Fascicle 2 Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
 
Kskrzkrk, Strčprst
> SpecGram, the Religion Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Ksss, Uvlarr
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
 
Kucha, Pecha
> Out-of-this-World Fieldwork Puzzle #1 Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> Out-of-this-World Fieldwork Puzzle #2 Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
 
Küçük, Küçük Kaynaranyak
> Palinilap CimordromicCenter Embedded Passives Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
 
Kushtaka, Ldaxın
> Descrıptıvısm X! Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
 
Kuvador, X.
> Bait Me Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Proto-Indo-SpamopeanAn Early Exemplar of “Ye Olde Baite of Yon Clicke” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
 

L Authors ^


Lacie, F. “Al”
> Logical Fallacies for Winning Arguments and Influencing Decisions Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Lamb, D.G.
> On the Continuing Obvious Superiority of Relational Networks in Representing Just About Anything Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Lamont, Andrew
> Bayesian schmayesian... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> cfg schmfg... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.4 October 2017
> Cognitive schmognitive... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> The Coordinate Structure Constraint... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> Harmonic Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Optimal schmoptimal... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Startling Allegations Rock Historical Linguistics Community Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 
Landau, Idan
> On Slurping Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
 
Landec, Dæriam
> The Linguistics Wars Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Langenase, Helga
> Just Friend? Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
 
Langendoen, D. Terence
> On Revising And Extending Wh-Movement Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Lazar, Zoltan
> The Semantics and Pragmatics of Voice Systems: A Functional Analysis by Carrie Cameron Babel I.2 April 1990
 
Lear, Edward
> There once was an old syntactician Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
> There once was an old syntactician... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
 
LeBeau, Jean-Pierre
> Dictionary of Essential Linguistics Vocabulary by Crystal Gayle Babel I.1 March 1990
 
LeButt, Scutt
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
 
L’École de SpecGram, Paris
> New Course Offerings in Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.3 February 2013
 
L’École de SpecGram, Paris, Texas
> Linguistics 897 TA Training/Practicum Course Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.1 November 2017
 
Lee, Robert E.
> Noam Chomsky’s Syntactic Structures Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.3 May 1989
 
Lehder, Curtis U.
> Doing Fieldwork on Constructed Languages Speculative Grammarian CLIX.1 May 2010
 
LeMonde, Wekkan Shanj
> English Writing System ReformAn Immodest Proposal Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
 
Leser, Stephanie
> Kill All Phoneticians Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> Performance of “Kill All Phoneticians” SpecGram Podcast February 2014
 
Lévi-Sauce, Maude
> The Language Jean Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
 
Lewis, Joseph J.
> The Joy of Tax Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
 
Lider, Cal
> Nuclear Linguistics: The Story of the Local Interlingual Supercolliders for Phonemes Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
 
Linguist, J. Random
> On the Two Main Types of Computational Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
The Linguistic Inquirer
> Plagiarism Uncovered in SpecGram Pages Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
 
The Linguistick Hymnary
> Hymns for the Reverent Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
 
List, Mini M.
> Language Acquisition Device Found Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Ljúbjaščij, Szerető
> Dear Readers...A Letter from Over(t)ly Sentimental Editor Szerető Ljúbjaščij Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
 
Ljunqvist, Abbernathy
> Linguistic Story Time Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Llicso, Margo
> Draw Me a Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Lnu, Fnu Nmn
> Verbal Arithmetic Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Lockwood, S.M.
> On the Continuing Obvious Superiority of Relational Networks in Representing Just About Anything Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Lòŋ, Hēe Hü Wright Stu
> With issues of SpecGram we’re blessed... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
 
Lord, Damon
> ChickeneseA Grammatical Sketch Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
 
Lorion, Owen
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.2 March 2011
 
Lovering, Rebecca
> Linguist Dubstep Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 
LSA Committee on Comestibles in Linguistics
> Spaghetti or Lasagna for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> Spaghetti or Lasagna for LinguistsThe Leftovers Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
 
Luvver, Knotta Gnome
> The BS Node: Proof that Lines Can Cross Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.4 April 1993
 

M Authors ^


Ma-Ma, Yo
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
 
Macaulay, Ronald
> What Else Happened to Sociolinguistics? Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
 
MacNamee, Terence G.
> English on the edge Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Language’s Revenge Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Macron̄ Bradleȳ
> Bōard Gam̄es for̄ Linḡuists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
 
M.Adam, Eve
> Center Embedding as Historical Inevitability (not cultural imperative, or contact-induced innovation, or anything else anyone will want to claim) Speculative Grammarian CLIV.2 June 2008
 
Maho, Jouni
> Aristotle Celebrates the Discovery of the Σύνδεσμος Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Bestsellers of 2013Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> A Brief Puzzlicious Interlude Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> Classifieds Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Α Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Β Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Γ Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> The Divine Future of Linguistics, Part I Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> The Divine Future of Linguistics, Part II Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Famous Extracts Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Help!A Letter From Another Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> The Kinetic Difference Between Imperative and Prohibitive Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Language Identification Puzzle Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> The Life And Death Of An Anonymous Verb Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Linguistic Cocktails Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Love Queries of a Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Mad Libitum Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> A Menu for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> The Most Amazing Linguistic Concert Event of the 21st Century Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> On Leaving a Trace Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> On Logophoric Pronouns Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Per Legale Judicium Parium Suorum Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> Performance of “New speech disorder linguists contracted discovered!” SpecGram Podcast June 2010
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> The Polyglot’s Magic Square Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> There once was a man from Ascension... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Titles in Fantasy and Sci-Fi LinguisticsAnnouncement from Scholartastic Books Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
 
Maike, Tang
> Foreign Policy Recommendations for a Brighter Linguistics Future Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
 
Malbrouck, Grivet
> A Survey of Linguistic Contributions to Modern Iocology Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
 
Mamihlapinatapai, Lacuna
> HashiWordakero Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Mandel, Mark
> Barnyard Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> The C-Rhyme and Pun-ish-ment of St. Alvin Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> The daily routine keeps me busy... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Degenerative Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> How Many Languages Do You Speak? Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IA Survey of Current and Historical Evidentials Reportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> I Heard It Through the GrapevinePart IIA Survey of Current and Historical EvidentialsReportedly of Interest to Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> Linguistic Term Definitions for Dummies Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> My Ista complained to my face... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> New Children’s Programming from SpecGram TV Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> Of languages I know a ton... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.4 August 2015
> Overheard in the SpecGram Editorial Lounge Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> Recruiting Linguistics Students: A Guide for Departments and DeansBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> Research That Counts Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> The sg-indexSeparating the Wheat from the Chaff Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Spouses of Undomesticated Linguists: S.O.U.L. Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> There are languages made without sound... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.4 April 2016
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Top Tips For LinguistsPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> A Vembletroon Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
 
Marais, Carin
> A Brief Essay on the Language and Mythology of the Ekhié and the neighbouring Mákek Peoples of the Highveld Forests and the Ancient Watmákekhié Site Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> The complications posed to the comprehension and utterance of the English language with the advent of the influence and infiltration of the invading non-adjective and non-adverbial alien invaders in simple sentences: a look at English speech post-millennium-bug. Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> The First Report and Overview of the New Pan-global International Council for Marginalising Language (NPICML) on the execution and exclusion of all unnecessary vocabulary in the English Language Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> From Mwahaha to Bwahaha: Some Observations on Evil Laughter Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> The Phonetic Clarity Defect in the Drinker’s SpeechThe language of cocktails and shooters Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> Preliminary Studies in the Lexicology of Imaginary Language Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
 
Margo, Margo M.
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Marino, David
> How to Solve Syntax Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> On Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart ICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> A Venery of TermsPart IIICollective Nouns for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> What is a “Dog”? Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
 
Marsh, Jeff
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
 
Mätäkuu, Rötmånad
> The Dog Days of Summer: A Letter from the Nordic Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
 
Mathiesen, R.
> Linguistic Contributions To The Formal Theory Of Big-Game Hunting Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Matney, Mark
> Scientific Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CXLVII.1 January 1993
 
Maupassant, Guy de
> Ready! Fire! Aim!A New Approach to Military Combat Using Language Science Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
 
Mawas, Orang
> Lingo Jumble Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Maxwell, Edith
> The Abstract Abstract Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Maxwell, Métha
> On the Meta-Abstractness of the Abstract Abstract Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Mbembe, Mokele
> Discourse Antipassivity in Indonesian Linguist of Fortune I.1 November 1990
 
McBastard, Butch
> Anti-Rhetoric: A Critical Methodology for Critically Assessing Critical Thinking Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> An Editorial Comment on ElHaye and Jiŋkins Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> The great kings of yore Vercingetorix... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.3 July 2016
> Important Issues in LinguisticsA Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
> “A Linguist’s Life is Pretty Dull”: A Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Performance of “The Devil’s Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Labyrinths & Linguists” SpecGram Podcast September 2015
> Performance of “Plagiarism Uncovered in SpecGram Pages” SpecGram Podcast June 2016
> Performance of “Reviewerish Field Notes” SpecGram Podcast March 2016
> Performance of “Top Tips For LinguistsPart II” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “Ye Olde PunneryThe Jigglepike Fragment” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Special Supplemental Letter from the Editor-at-Bat Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
McCann, Sheila
> A Fly on the Ball Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
 
McCardle, Peggy
> T-Shirt Logos Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
McCawley, James D.
> Dates in the Month of May that Are of Interest to Linguists Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Linguistic Influences In Recent Research On Music Lingua Pranca June 1978
> (Untitled) Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
McCullough, James
> Presidential Speech Disorders Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
McFudgment, Arkhibuldinho Rasputinsky
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
McGowan, Kevin
> Dr. S. Morgenstern’s Amazing Frog Food Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> Language & BrainsExpirations in Minimalism Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.1 October 2011
> Ratical Minimalism Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
 
McGraw, Cletus
> Simplificational Onomastics Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
 
McMosky, Noah
> The Necessity of Sound Theoretical Frameworks in Linguistic Education Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
> “Systematic Suppletion: An Investigation of Ksotre Case Marking”by Lawrence R. Muddybanks, Ph.D.and“On Apparent ‘Systematic Suppletion’ in Ksotre”by Angus Æ. Balderdash, Esq. and Julienne Autolycus, Ph.D. Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
> Tenth Anniversary Testimonials Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
 
McRask, Rasmus
> Rasmus McRask of the Clan McRask SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Mehély, Vicces
> Foreign Policy Recommendations for a Brighter Linguistics Future Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.2 January 1998
 
Meign, P. Ublekkdeaux
> An elderly prof was once smitten... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> A fellow named Ivan Ketchinski... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.3 November 2013
> A lex’cographer who’d bought a cockatoo... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.1 May 2014
> A lovelorn young student most frantic... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> Parvus Jacobus Horner... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> There once was a conf’rence and in it... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> There once was a linguist named Byrd... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> There was a young linguist, Ignatius... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> There was a young prof so benighted... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> A young lady who lived in Cape Cod... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.4 October 2017
> A young linguist and proud Amsterdamer... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
> A young phonetician asked, “Why...” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
 
Meikäläinen, Maija
> DIS(PLAY)FUL END­(GAME)­SOMELY Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Meikäläinen, Matti
> DIS(PLAY)FUL END­(GAME)­SOMELY Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Meira, Sérgio
> Book Reviews Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.1 March 1997
 
Melkor, Hans
> English is the Original Language Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.4 August 1989
 
Menides, Perry
> A Gentle Introduction to Varieties of Nominalism Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
 
Merrill, Gnoo
> Research That Counts Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
 
Metalleus
> The Derivation of ‘Moses’ from ‘Middletown’ Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Derivation Of Moses From Middletown Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Expansions of Murphy’s Law for Linguists (mostly) Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> First Footsteppings into the Barvalian Language Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> How To Make A Linguistic Theory Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
> Important Idioms in Contemporary Science Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Informant Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> An Iñupik Linguistic Fragment (or, the Last Grammarian) Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Linguistics: A Study in Hopeless Clauses Lingua Pranca June 1978
> More On Moundsbar Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> Moundsbar Connections Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Moundsbar Consonantism Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> Moundsbar Multilingualism Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> Moundsbar Numerals Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> O Science Method Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Parable of the Two Kingdoms Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> The Phonology Class Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> Recent Advances in Linguistics Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Rule Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Sorno Script Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Topicalization In Moundsbar Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> The Voiced Snore Debunked Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
Miaou, John
> Aristotle Celebrates the Discovery of the Σύνδεσμος Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> A Brief Puzzlicious Interlude Speculative Grammarian CLIX.4 September 2010
> The Divine Future of Linguistics, Part I Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> The Divine Future of Linguistics, Part II Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Famous Extracts Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> The Kinetic Difference Between Imperative and Prohibitive Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> The Life And Death Of An Anonymous Verb Speculative Grammarian CLIV.4 August 2008
> Love Queries of a Linguist Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Mad Libitum Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
> On Leaving a Trace Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> On Logophoric Pronouns Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.2 April 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Pivotal Moments in the History of Linguistics Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> The Polyglot’s Magic Square Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
 
Michael, Lev
> Cultural Constraints on Aharip Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
 
Middleton, Babylon J.
> On How Middle Voice Should Not Constrain for Syntax Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.1 January 2014
 
Mikhailovsky, Leon
> Cultural Constraints on Aharip Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
 
Miller, Carol A.
> Language Acquisition: A Government-Subsidized Model Psammeticus Quarterly XVI.2 February 1989
 
Miner, Ken
> Classified Ads Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> The Derivation of ‘Moses’ from ‘Middletown’ Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Derivation Of Moses From Middletown Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
> Expansions of Murphy’s Law for Linguists (mostly) Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> First Footsteppings into the Barvalian Language Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> From the Department of Cheap Research Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> From the Department of Cheap Research: Easy Money Speculative Grammarian CLIV.1 May 2008
> From the Department of Cheap Research: How to Have a Flashing-Zapping Machine Speculative Grammarian CLIV.3 July 2008
> From the Department of Cheap Research: Melnick’s Thesis Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Handy Definitions for Newcomers to the Field of Linguistics Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> How To Make A Linguistic Theory Speculative Grammarian CLII.1 January 2007
> Important Idioms in Contemporary Science Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Informant Speculative Grammarian CLI.4 October 2006
> Inside SpecGram: A view from the front lines Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> An Iñupik Linguistic Fragment (or, the Last Grammarian) Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Linguistics: A Study in Hopeless Clauses Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Linguist’s Self-Definer for Humanistic Greek and Latin Lingoand other terms Lingua Pranca June 1978
> More On Moundsbar Speculative Grammarian CL.4 October 2005
> Moundsbar Connections Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
> Moundsbar Consonantism Speculative Grammarian CLIII.1 September 2007
> Moundsbar Multilingualism Speculative Grammarian CLII.3 May 2007
> Moundsbar Numerals Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> O Science Method Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Parable of the Two Kingdoms Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
> The Phonology Class Speculative Grammarian CLIII.2 November 2007
> A Plea for Shortnesse Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
> Recent Advances in Linguistics Lingua Pranca June 1978
> Rule Lingua Pranca June 1978
> The Sorno Script Speculative Grammarian CLII.4 July 2007
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Topicalization In Moundsbar Speculative Grammarian CLI.3 July 2006
> The Voiced Snore Debunked Speculative Grammarian CLI.1 January 2006
 
The Ministry of Silly Sounds
> A Public Service Announcement Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
 
Minkoff, Harvey
> On Defining the Blaspheme Revisited Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Möbius, Bernd
> When my students discovered phonetics... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
 
M.O.I.S.T.
> Zapping Words, Averting Aversion Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
 
Mond, Monty Ed.
> Campus LinguisticsBack to the Roots of the Field Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
 
Monks, Tel
> 27 Things Linguists Didn’t Know About TeaNumber 12 Made Me Cringe! Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Annyeong­haseyo!... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.2 October 2014
> The Great Clouseau Vowel Shift Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.4 January 2012
> Great Linguistics Movies and Their Famous LinesPart I Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> Great Linguistics Movies and Their Famous LinesPart II Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
> I once had a girlfriend named Candy... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.4 August 2014
> Language and Psilofotismology Speculative Grammarian CLIII.3 January 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Linguistics in Popular Culture Speculative Grammarian CLXV.4 October 2012
> Missed It By THAT Much! Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> One Hundred Words for Snowclone Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> Per Legale Judicium Parium Suorum Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.3 December 2011
> Performance of “ “Language” Characteristics in Certain Higher Primates(Professors of Education)” SpecGram Podcast August 2015
> Performance of “Current Issues in Gastronomy” SpecGram Podcast June 2015
> Performance of “Linguistic Contributions To The Formal Theory Of Big-Game Hunting” SpecGram Podcast April 2016
> Performance of “The Nasal Tone: An Honest Tale” SpecGram Podcast April 2015
> Performance of “New Course Offerings in Linguistics” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> Performance of “Velum, Velum, Little Thing” SpecGram Podcast March 2015
> A Public Service Announcement Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Recruiting Linguistics Students: A Guide for Departments and DeansBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> Research That Counts Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> A Student’s Guide to the History of Linguistics Based on Example Sentences Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> The Texas World Cultural Festival and Poetry Recitation Competition SpecGram Podcast November 2014
> X-bar Diagram Acquisition Speculative Grammarian CLIII.4 March 2008
 
Monty, NLTK
> What Does Linguistic Theory Mean in Practice?An Elucidation and Realization of the Minimalist Program, Using Python Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
 
Moore-Crusoe, William
> Hazards of Fieldwork Among the Hiithrobnsn Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
 
Morgan, Henry
> Review of Mathematical Games, Puzzles, and Fallacies by Sydney Lamb Gaugauh Kamadugha I.4 August 1991
 
Morgenstern, S.
> Dr. S. Morgenstern’s Amazing Frog Food Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> Language & BrainsExpirations in Minimalism Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.1 October 2011
> Ratical Minimalism Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
 
Mostohagyerek, Vörös Hajú
> On Pseudo-PsiblingsA Good Start in Need of Significant Linguistic Improvements Which We Have Undertaken and Are Here to Report On Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.π Mid-April 2017
 
Mottainai, Yan-Ying
> Spelling Reform: As seen through the eyes of a child Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
 
Mǒu, Mǒu M.
> Senility Sufferer vs. Master PragmaticianRecommending a New Standard for Differential Diagnosis Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
 
Mountford, Keith
> Ph.D. Qualifying Examination for Linguists Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Muddybanks, Lawrence R.
> Systematic Suppletion: An Investigation of Ksotre Case Marking Speculative Grammarian CLII.2 March 2007
 
Mulkern, Terry
> !Kanga Tribal Research Resort Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
 
Müller, Daniela
> ΑντιγόνηFrom an Optimal and Theoretical, Pluri- and Interdisciplinary As Well As Transversal Perspective Speculative Grammarian CLV.3 December 2008
> Bōard Gam̄es for̄ Linḡuists Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> The Business of LinguisticsBook Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.3 March 2010
> Campus LinguisticsBack to the Roots of the Field Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> The Chiasmus of the Month AwardPsammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Classifieds Speculative Grammarian CLVI.1 March 2009
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Α Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Β Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> The Collected Wisdom of Linguists, Part Γ Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> Dialect-Dependent Differences in Duration and Degree of DarknessBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> GermanEnglish Großwörterbuch/Big Word BookBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> How to Pay for Linguistic Fieldwork Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.4 April 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.2 November 2008
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLV.4 February 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.2 September 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVII.4 December 2009
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.1 January 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLVIII.2 February 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLX.2 November 2010
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXII.2 July 2011
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.4 June 2012
> Linguistic Cocktails Speculative Grammarian CLX.3 December 2010
> Linguistic Insults for Every Occasion Speculative Grammarian CLXVII.4 August 2013
> Meet the SpecGram Editors Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
> A Menu for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLVII.3 November 2009
> More of The Business of LinguisticsBook Announcement from Panini Press Speculative Grammarian CLIX.2 June 2010
> Morphomatological Meanderings Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> NEOLOGA-1A Macrofactor Framework for Linguistics Disorders Speculative Grammarian CLXV.2 August 2012
> On Neoplatonism and Fodor Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
> Opening SalvoTwo Mor Phoamists Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> Orbital LinguisticsA Report on the State of the Starfield Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.2 March 2012
> Parting ShotMore Foam Speculative Grammarian CLX.1 October 2010
> The Phonetician’s Love Poem Speculative Grammarian CLXI.1 February 2011
> A Public Service Announcement Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.1 November 2012
> Ruminating on Consonants Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.1 February 2012
> Spaghetti or Lasagna for Linguists Speculative Grammarian CLXIII.2 November 2011
> Spaghetti or Lasagna for LinguistsThe Leftovers Speculative Grammarian CLXIV.3 May 2012
> SpecGram Dialect Expertise Services Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> A Student’s Guide to the History of Linguistics Based on Example Sentences Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
> Ten New Commandments for Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
> Theoretische Beispiele und beispielhafte TheorienBook Announcement from Psammeticus Press Speculative Grammarian CLVI.4 June 2009
> A very short comparison between UH and UG Speculative Grammarian CLVI.3 May 2009
 
Mundorf, Theodora
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang II Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang III Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IVPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIIILusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.4 August 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IXLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.4 December 2016
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang XLusrveer Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
 
Mustasydän, Tuuli
> 27 Things Linguists Didn’t Know About TeaNumber 12 Made Me Cringe! Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.2 June 2015
> Performance of “An Apology to Mathematicians” SpecGram Podcast January 2014
> Performance of “People with Lack of Original Research Ideas (PLORI)” SpecGram Podcast December 2013
> Performance of “Remembering Better Times” SpecGram Podcast May 2014
> Performance of “The Speculative Grammarian Survey of Grammar Writers—Phonology” SpecGram Podcast September 2013
> Performance of “The Symptoms and Warning Signs of Framework Psychosis” SpecGram Podcast July 2014
> Studying Abroad SpecGram Podcast May 2014
 
Mutombo, Dikembe
> Rating the World’s Languages World of Language I.2 February 1991
 

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na Luimní, Cailín
> The appeal of exotic linguistics... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
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> There was an old wizard of Oz... Speculative Grammarian CLXX.3 July 2014
> There was this young lady from Lyons... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.4 April 2015
 
Nakamura, Hiroko
> A Sociolinguistic Study of Bilingualism in the Rio Grande Valley Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.3 February 1998
 
Narcía, Francis
> “Variation in the English Indefinite Article”by Tim Pulju Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
Neale, Alene
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang IVPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang VIPhicorthogra Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
 
Nealey, Lini
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang II Speculative Grammarian CLXX.2 June 2014
> L’Ishing du Gwujlang III Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
 
Negidius, Numerius
> Words of Dubious Roman Origin Speculative Grammarian CLVII.η July 2009
 
Neuerblumenfeld, Gotthilf
> Multiple Choice: The Ultimate Algorithm Speculative Grammarian CXLVIII.4 March 1998
 
Neumayer, Franz
> A Student’s Guide to the History of Linguistics Based on Example Sentences Speculative Grammarian CLXII.3 August 2011
 
Nevets, Namtrah
> German in Indo-European Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
> Out of the Mouths of Linguists Collateral Descendant of Lingua Pranca October 2009
 
Ŋer, Schrö D.
> Nuclear Linguistics: The Story of the Local Interlingual Supercolliders for Phonemes Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
 
Nibiru, X.
> The Linguistic Doomsday Speculative Grammarian CLX.4 January 2011
 
Niger, Aspergillus
> Though I labored on case for a year... Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.1 November 2017
> With my bag of linguistical tricks... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
 
Nihilist, Col. O.
> E is for Every clarification you ask of me... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Epitaph for SpecGram Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.2 October 2016
> Good theorists in bed, it is said... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> I admit I can’t use IPA... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.4 October 2017
> I don’t mean to sound like a snob... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> In Glaswegian stops oft are heard... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.3 March 2014
> It’s a field with une certaine mystique... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.4 December 2015
> On fieldwork, I met a translator... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.1 May 2015
> A peaceful Scottish scholar... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.2 June 2017
> Roses are red... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Some linguists in Edinburgh say... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.1 January 2015
> A theorist got stuck in a tree... Speculative Grammarian CLXXIII.3 July 2015
> There once was a journal called SpecGram... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.2 February 2014
> There once was a linguist from France... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.4 December 2013
> There once was a translation scholar... Speculative Grammarian CLXVIII.2 October 2013
> There once was an old supervisor... Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> There’s a sound I’ve heard linguists say... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.3 March 2015
> To turn a linguist to a sonneteer... Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> When fieldworking in the midwest... Speculative Grammarian CLXIX.4 April 2014
> When linguistical thinking goes lax... Speculative Grammarian CLXXII.2 February 2015
> Wide double-dot O, we are told... Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.3 November 2014
 
Nilsen, Don
> Pseudo-Dictionary of Pseudo-Linguistic Pseudo-Terminology Son of Lingua Pranca November 1979
 
Ninelette, Max
> Mix & Match * Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Mix & Match † Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> Mix & Match ‡ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> Mix & Match § Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Mix & Match ‖ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
 
Ninelette, Mitch
> Mix & Match * Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.2 October 2015
> Mix & Match † Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.2 February 2016
> Mix & Match ‡ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.2 June 2016
> Mix & Match § Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Mix & Match ‖ Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.2 February 2017
 
Niswander, Chris
> Letters to the Editor Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.4 March 2013
> Linguistic Diversity and the Dream of the Universal Language Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
 
Niv, Michael
> U.S. Government Linguists in Action Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Nohp, Margo
> Semi-Automatic Prophecy Extraction in Sacred BibliomancyA Breakthrough in SLP (Supernatural Language Processing) Speculative Grammarian CLXI.3 April 2011
 
Nolst Trenité, Gerard
> The Chaos Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.4 April 2017
 
Nonoir, P.
> Language Reviews Speculative Grammarian CLIX.3 July 2010
 
Nonymous, A.
> Everything Linguists Ever Wanted To Know About Prime Numbersbut really shouldn’t have asked Speculative Grammarian CLXII.1 June 2011
> Teaching Undergraduates Without Slander Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.1 November 2017
> U.S. Government Linguists in Action Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Nonymous, B.
> Teaching Undergraduates Without Slander Speculative Grammarian CLXXX.1 November 2017
> U.S. Government Linguists in Action Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Nonymous, C.
> U.S. Government Linguists in Action Speculative Grammarian CLI.2 April 2006
 
Norris, Robert
> Noise in the System Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
> Out on Parole Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
> Progress in South American Protolinguistics World of Language I.2 February 1991
> Vicious Overlap Langue du Monde XVI.4 September 1991
 
Norwich, Robert of
> A Plea for Shortnesse Speculative Grammarian CLV.1 September 2008
 
Nsiwander-Sic, Chris
> Linguistic Diversity and the Dream of the Universal Language Speculative Grammarian CLXVI.2 January 2013
 
Nuance, Daniel
> Performance of “An Editorial Comment on ElHaye and Jiŋkins” SpecGram Podcast January 2012
> Performance of “Gothic for Travellers” SpecGram Podcast January 2012
 
Nuance, Fiona
> Performance of “The Glottal Stop Word” SpecGram Podcast September 2011
 
Nuance, Karen
> Performance of “The Linguistic Doomsday” SpecGram Podcast January 2012
 
Nuance, Lee
> Performance of “The Glottal Stop Word” SpecGram Podcast September 2011
 
Nuance, Serena
> Performance of “The Linguistic Big Freeze” SpecGram Podcast December 2011
 
Nuclear, D. Terence
> On Revising And Extending Wh-Movement Lingua Pranca June 1978
 
Nuncalea, Miranda
> Review! Speculative Grammarian CLXXI.1 September 2014
 
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> Computational Linguist Admits “Language is Weird” Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.1 September 2015
> Entirely Regular Language Found; Linguists Panic Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.3 November 2016
> First Conference on Homeopathic Linguistics Held Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.1 May 2017
> Learn This One Crazy Trick That Will Stop People Correcting Your Grammar Speculative Grammarian CLXXVI.1 May 2016
> Linguist Discovers Alternative Source of Energy at Conference Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.4 October 2017
> Mass Arrests at Comparative Linguistics/Historical Linguistics Joint Conference Speculative Grammarian CLXXVII.1 September 2016
> Memes Be Good for You Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.3 March 2016
> Paper in Conlang Accepted to Journal Speculative Grammarian CLXXIX.3 August 2017
> Public Health Warning Issued Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.1 January 2017
> Scientists Discover New Case System Speculative Grammarian CLXXV.1 January 2016
> Teen Girl Speaks Formal English; World in Shock Speculative Grammarian CLXXIV.3 November 2015
> Theorist Admits Fudging DataNo One Surprised Speculative Grammarian CLXXVIII.3 March 2017
 
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