the Chadic languages in a sentence
1. This "Hamitic language group" was proposed to unite various, mainly North-African, languages, including the Ancient Egyptian language, the Berber languages, the Cushitic languages, the Beja language, and the Chadic languages.
2. He also added (and sub-classified) the Chadic languages, and proposed the new name Afroasiatic for the family.
3. The Chadic languages form a branch of the Afroasiatic language family.
4. Hausa belongs to the West Chadic languages subgroup of the Chadic languages group, which in turn is part of the Afroasiatic language family.
5. Hausa, like the rest of the Chadic languages, is known for its complex, irregular pluralization of nouns.
6. The Khoisan languages have pulmonic, ejective, and click consonants, the Chadic languages have pulmonic, implosive, and ejective consonants, and the Nguni languages utilize all four, pulmonic, click, implosive, and ejective, in normal vocabulary.
7. Laal contains a number of loanwords from Baguirmi, which for several centuries was the lingua franca of the region under the Baguirmi Empire, and perhaps a dozen Chadic roots, which are not similar to the Chadic languages that currently neighbor Laal.
8. Joseph Greenberg rejected Meinhof's and Seligman's views on "Hamite" cultural history, and argued that the term "Hamite" should be completely abandoned, and replaced in linguistics by Afroasiatic languages for the family of five coordinate branches (Semitic, Berber, Ancient Egyptian, Cushitic and Chadic), all of which but the Chadic languages had long been recognised as one group.
9. Diop's own Wolof studies were examined by Russell Schuh, a specialist in the Chadic languages, who found little resemblance or connection between many of the Wolof etymologies cited by Diop and Egyptian, of the type that are found when comparing Wolof to a known related language like Fula.
10. The Chadic languages belong to a different language family called Afroasiatic.
11. Marba [mpg] is classified in the Masa languages (fr) subgroup of the Chadic languages (fr) branch of the Afro-Asiatic language (fr) family.
12. Papers from the 3rd Biennial International Colloquium on the Chadic Languages, 27–36. Cologne: Rüdiger Köppe.
13. Ngamo is the native language of Gadaka, classified as one of the Chadic languages of the Afro-Asiatic language family.
14. Musgu is a language of the Biu–Mandara subgroup of the Chadic languages spoken in Cameroon and Chad.
15. The Polci language is one of six dialect clusters of the Zaar subgroup of the Barawa branch of the Chadic languages.
- the Hamitic group
- These classifications
- non-linguistic anthropological and racial arguments
- Both authors
- the skin-color
- other characteristics
- native speakers
- their arguments
- particular languages
- der Hamiten
- "The Languages
- the Hamites
- Lepsius's model
- Meinhof's model
- Meinhof's system
- the Hamitic languages
- cattle herding peoples
- essentially Caucasian origins
- the 'Negroes
- the so-called Nilo-Hamitic languages
- the typological feature
- a "fallacious theory
- language mixture
- earlier work
- Nilotic languages
- numerous similarities
- other Nilotic languages
- their more distant affinity
- his suggestion
- little acceptance
- a distinct "Hamitic" subgroup
- a Chadic language
- his comparative Hamito-Semitic vocabulary
- Joseph Greenberg's 1950 work
- the widespread rejection
- a language category
- Meinhof's linguistic theories
- racial and social evidence
- a separate "Nilo-Hamitic" language category
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