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The Kresh group, Aja and Baka languages (Sudan)

Stefano Santandrea

The Kresh group, Aja and Baka languages (Sudan)

a linguistic contribution

by Stefano Santandrea

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Published by Istituto universitario orientale in Napoli .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Aja (Sudan),
  • Baka.,
  • Kreish.
    • Subjects:
    • Kreish language -- Grammar, Comparative -- Aja (Sudan),
    • Kreish language -- Grammar, Comparative -- Baka.,
    • Aja language (Sudan) -- Grammar, Comparative -- Kreish.,
    • Aja language (Sudan) -- Grammar, Comparative -- Baka.,
    • Baka language -- Grammar, Comparative -- Kreish.,
    • Baka language -- Grammar, Comparative -- Aja (Sudan)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStefano Santandrea.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPL8413.1 .S24
      The Physical Object
      Pagination280 p., [1] fold. leaf of plates :
      Number of Pages280
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4519454M
      LC Control Number79365213

      geogr.; - The Kresh Group, Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan). A linguistic contri - bution, Napoli, , pp. + cartina geogr. Strelcyn Stefan, Médecine et plantes d'Ethiopie. II. Enquete sur les noms et l'emploi des plantes en Ethiopie, Napoli, , pp. Thayer Linda J., A comparative-historical phonology of the Chari languages.   Nilo Saharan langauges phylum-by A. Sosal A. 1. 1. Introduction The second largest family (among the four language phyla after Niger-Congo) in terms of bothnumbers of languages and numbers of speakers is Nilo-Saharan, and probably the second oldest family interms of the time depth of its differentiation.

      For as long as she can remember, Krésha has dreamt of designing her own wedding clothes. Looking back at her relationship with her fiancé (now husband) and how they met, she wanted to share their love story and what better way than to make it permanent on her wedding lehenga, fondly known as “the love story lehenga” in which she portrays a couple’s journey through . Languages into four groups (p. vi): (1) Moru-Madi, (2) Bongo-Baka-Bagirmi, (3) Ndogo-Sere, (4) Zande, etc. Of Bongo, Yulu (with Binga), Kara, Aja, Kresh (and related dialects), as well as of the Ndogo group (five languages), I have compiled simple Outline Grammars and small comparative vocabularies which are awaiting publication. The Bongo group.

      The Baggāra are a grouping of Arab ethnic groups inhabiting the portion of Africa's Sahel mainly between Lake Chad and southern Kordofan, numbering over one million. They are known as Baggara in Sudan, and as Shuwa/Diffa Arabs in Chad and Nigeria. Their name derives from the Arabic word (Arabic: بقارة‎) literally meaning "cattle herder". The Niger–Congo languages constitute the largest language family spoken in West Africa and perhaps the world in terms of the number of languages. One of its salient features is an elaborate noun class system with grammatical concord.A large majority of languages of this family are tonal such as Yoruba and Igbo, Ashanti and Ewe language.A major branch of Niger–Congo languages .


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Santandrea, Stefano. Kresh group, Aja and Baka languages The Kresh group Napoli: Istituto universitario orientale, TY - BOOK AU - Santandrea, Stefano PY - DA - // TI - The Kresh Group, Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan) PB - Istituto Universitario Orientale CY - Naples ID.

Kresh is a small language group of South is generally considered to be a branch of the Central Sudanic ieu () judges that this has yet to be demonstrated satisfactorily, but Starostin () finds convincing evidence, and that its closest relative within that family appears to be Birri.

Kresh is generally considered a dialect cluster, but it is Ethnicity: Kresh. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Kresh Group, Aja and the Baka Languages (Sudan) Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.

ONLINE The Kresh Group, Aja and the Baka Languages (Sudan). The Long Now Foundation. Napoli: Instituto Universitario Orientale.

oai::rosettaproject_krs_vertxt-1; Lexical resources. ONLINE Gbaya Swadesh List. n.a. n.d. The Rosetta Project: A Long Now Foundation Library of Human Language. ONLINE PHOIBLE phonemic inventories for Aja (Sudan).

n.a. Max Planck Institute for Aja and Baka languages book Science of Human History. oai::ajas; ONLINE WALS Online Resources for Aja. n.a. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai::aja; Other resources about the language.

ONLINE The Kresh Group, Aja and Baka. The Kresh group, Aja and Baka languages (Sudan): a linguistic contribution Stefano Santandrea Istituto universitario orientale, Neither the Kresh group nor Aja have yet been shown to be a bona fide Central Sudanic language Boyeldieu, Pascal The argument by Santandrea that Aja is a Banda-ised Kresh-family language is convincing Santandrea, Stefano Volume l, Number l April, 4- JOURNAL of AFRICAN LANGUAGES and LINGUISTICS Edited by Paul Newman CONTENTS A.

MEEUSSEN, Vowel Length in Proto-Bantu LARRY M. HYMAN, A Reanalysis of Tonal Downstep JOHN STEWART andHELENE VAN LEYNSEELE, Underlying CrossHeight Vowel Harmony in Nen (Bantu A) JACQUELINE LEROY, A la. Olo ledre kɨ tara baka, mɨzëfɨ buku: Oguse mü oloa.

Bukulu, Edward M. Institute of Regional Languages. oai:; Zɨ and its related forms in Baka discourse. Mandeson, Edward B. Occasional Papers in the Study of Sudanese Languages.

oai:; Limited community involvement in the Baka literacy project in. The Kresh Group Aja & Baka Languages Central Sudanic Languages Linguistics. AU $ From United States. AU $ postage.

Subject: Science & Medicine. or Best Offer. Language: English. Science & Medicine Antiquarian & Collectable Books in English. Science & Medicine Hardcover Antiquarian & Collectable Books. Baka (Tara Baka) is a Central Sudanic language of South Sudan, with the majority living in an area centered on Maridi, South Sudan, but also a couple thousand speakers in the has consonants with trilled release such as /dr/ and /ɡ͡bʙ/.

A survey reported that the Baka were the largest ethnic group in Maridi County, South also live in Baka Boma, Tore. The Sara languages comprise over a dozen Bongo–Bagirmi languages spoken mainly in Chad; a few are also spoken in the north of the Central African are members of the Central Sudanic language family.

Greenberg () treats all varieties as dialects of a Sara language, whereas Tucker and Bryan () consider the Sara to be a dialect cluster of several languages. Stefano Santandrea, The Kresh Group, Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan): A Linguistic Contribution () In other languages Print/export Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version; This page was last edited on 31 Octoberat The Meroitic Language and Writing System This book provides an introduction to the Meroitic language and writing system, c.

Modo-Baka Group 87 d. Moru-Madi Group 87 e. Frontmatter More information vii Contents f. Mangbetu-Asua Group 88 g. Kresh-Aja Group 88 h. Lendu Group 88 7.

Berta 88 8. Kunama 88 9. Koman 89 Gumuz 89 Kuliak. The Kresh Group: Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan). A Linguistic Contribution by Stefano Santandrea (pp. ) Review by: A. Tucker. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search.

Aja [] Noun []. gùndú. vulture; References []. Stefano Santandrea, The Kresh Group, Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan): A Linguistic Contribution (). The Nilo-Saharan languages are a proposed family of African languages spoken by some 50–60 million people, mainly in the upper parts of the Chari and Nile rivers, including historic Nubia, north of where the two tributaries of the Nile languages extend through 17 nations in the northern half of Africa: from Algeria to Benin in the west; from Libya to the Democratic.

Unlock this profile with an Essentials plan. See the details on every language spoken in South Sudan, plus: Profiles for every other country in the world; 7, profiles covering every language. least two languages (e.g. Mamvu and Lese for MEF). Nevertheless the docu-mentation on the KRS languages is rather scanty and the position of Aja within the subgroup is uncertain.

Therefore Kresh, Dongo and Aja forms will 1 To say things in a short way, Bender accepts more variations of sound and meaning than should be allowed in this kind of work. Santandrea, Stefano (): The Kresh group, Aja and Baka languages (Sudan): a linguistic contribution Santandrea, Stefano (): Jur-Luo texts and comments: the family Schadeberg, Thilo C.

(): Das Kordofanische Schadeberg, Thilo C. (): A survey of Kordofanian, 1: the Heiban group.This book focuses on main clauses, but Section 5 offers some remarks on subordinate clauses and nonfinite constructions. The Kresh Group: Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan). A .The Kresh Group: Aja and Baka Languages (Sudan)(A.

N. TUCKER) Saunders, R. J. and Warford, J. J. Village Water Supply (I. CARRUTHERS) 'Richard Joseph was among the last students of Thomas Hodgkin and this book is an excellent tribute to both supervisor and student. The whole study is one of.