Over the years I have produced some spin-off studies from my language and lexicographic work which I sometimes need to refer to in notes on particular dictionaries. Not all of these have been published, or published in easily-accessible locations. I am appending some of these here for your delectation.
Naden, Tony 2001. Differing Structure in Related KinshipTerminologies. : presented at G.I.L.L.B.T. Linguistic Seminar 2001 [adapted 2015]
Naden, Tony 2004. The Top of the Folk Taxonomy. in Dakubu/Osam [eds.] 2004. Studies in the Languages of the Volta Basin 2 -- Legon: University of Ghana Linguistics Department [Proceedings of the Annual Colloquium of the Legon-Trondheim Linguistics Project, January 2005] : 55-74
Naden, Tony 2005. Verb-to-Nominal derivation in Mampruli and friends. Paper to Gur Conference: Bayreuth Oct 2005 [emended]
Naden, Tony 2008.a Gur-Oti-Volta-Western Nominal Classes (unpublished research notes)
Naden, Tony 2008.b Suffix vowel regression in W.O/V nominals. [Unfinished and probably never-to-be published paper with a lot of data on W.O/V noun-class affixes and morphophonemics.]
Naden, Tony 2015. Three cheers for the red, white and black. = ibid. in Dakubu/Osam [eds.] 2005. Studies in the Languages of the Volta Basin 3 -- Legon: University of Ghana Linguistics Department [Proceedings of the Annual Colloquium of the Legon-Trondheim Linguistics Project, January 2005] : 173-192 [Lexinote 20][various versions over the years -- this is the latest]
Naden, Tony 2015. Etymological Formulæ for Gur Languages. [based on the reconstructions of Gabriel Manessy edited and commented by Tony Naden (GILLBT)]