VITALITAS KOSAKATA EKOSISTEM KELAUTAN DAN PERIKANAN DALAM BAHASA MELAYU SUKADANA

Tengku Lisa Vellia, Sisilya Saman, Lauresius Salem

Abstract


Based on the inventory of vocabulary vitality data of marine and fisheries ecosystems, there are 76 vocabularies, based on the category of catching marine products, there are 31 vocabularies consisting of 2 vocabulary of transportation equipment, 8 vocabulary of fishing gear, techniques for the use of fishing gear there are 21 vocabularies, the category of processed seafood 6 vocabulary consisting of processed food there are 3 vocabularies, processed materials have 3 vocabularies, Fishery categories total 38 vocabularies and flora vocabulary there is one vocabulary. The vocabulary vitality of marine and fisheries ecosystems has a category of noun 55 vocabulary and verb 21. The vocabulary form of marine and fisheries ecosystems in Sukadana Malay consists of monomorphemic forms and polymorphemic forms. The vitality of the vocabulary of the marine and fisheries ecosystems in the results of the study, it is known that the vocabulary of marine and fisheries ecosystems in The Malay language of Sukadana still survives. However, there is also a vocabulary that no longer survives in the generation of adolescents in the area due to several factors, and factors due to age, economic progress of the community, social mobility, and also the practical emergence of language in speaking in the marine environment.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26418/jppk.v11i8.57087

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