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Archibald Norman Tucker

Eastern Sudanic languages, by A.N. Tucker ...

by Archibald Norman Tucker

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Published by Pub. for the International Institute of African Languages & Cultures by the Oxford University Press in London, New York [etc.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African languages.,
  • Sudan -- Languages.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: v. 1, p. [xiv]-xv.

    ContributionsInternational Institute of African Languages and Cultures.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPL8027 .T8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18715491M

      This book aims to restore the key position of historical linguistics in this debate by treating the history of the Germanic languages as a history of its speakers. It focuses on the role that language contact has played in creating the Germanic languages, between the first millennium BC and the crucially important early medieval : Taylor And Francis. PDF | On Jan 1, , Gerrit Jan Dimmendaal and others published On stable and unstable features in Nilo-Saharan | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.

    General points The Madi language belongs to the Central Sudanic branch of the Nilo-Saharan phylum. It is a member of the Moru-Madi family, which also includes Moru, Avokaya, Kaliko, Logo, Lugbara and Lulubo, a group of rather closely related languages, whose phonetic and grammatical features were surveyed by Tucker ().Author: Torben Andersen. OLAC resources in and about the Ma'di language: ISO mhi. ONLINE The Eastern Sudanic Languages 1. Tucker, A. N. Dawsons of Pall Mall, for the International African Institute. tone and vowel picture book for Maʼdi of Sudan. n.a. SIL Sudan. oai:;.

    Moru, A.N. Tucker, The Eastern Sudanic Languages (London: Dawsons, /), pp. , For online problems, Cayapa data are from “Cayapa Phonemics” by John N. Lindskoog and Ruth M. Brend in the book Studies in Ecuadorian Indian Languages I, edited by Benjamin Elson (Norman, OK: Summer Institute of Linguistics, ), pp. In G. W. Murray fleshed out the Eastern Sudanic languages when he grouped Nilotic, Nubian, Nera, Gaam, and Kunama. Carlo Conti Rossini made similar proposals in , and in Westermann added Murle. In A. N. Tucker published evidence linking five of the six branches of Central Sudanic alongside his more explicit proposal for East Geographic distribution: Central and East Africa.


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Originally published in this book focusses on the three main groups of Eastern Sudanic languages, namely Moru-Madi, Bong-Baka-Bagirmi and Ndogo-Sere. The term 'Eastern Sudanic Languages' is used here primarily in a geographical sense: the dialects in the Southern Sudan form the eastern boundary of sudanic speech, where it borders on the Cited by: Buy The Eastern Sudanic Languages Books online at best prices in India by A.

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Book Description Originally published in this book focusses on the three main groups of Eastern Sudanic languages, namely Moru-Madi, Bong-Baka-Bagirmi and Ndogo-Sere. The term 'Eastern Sudanic Languages' is used here primarily in a geographical sense: the dialects in the Southern Sudan form the eastern boundary of sudanic speech, where it.

Originally published in this book focusses on the three main groups of Eastern Sudanic languages, namely Moru-Madi, Bong-Baka-Bagirmi and Ndogo-Sere.

The term 'Eastern Sudanic Languages' is used here primarily in a geographical sense: the dialects in the Southern Sudan form the eastern boundary of sudanic speech, where it borders on the. The Eastern Sudanic Languages (Linguistic Surveys of Africa Book 3) eBook: Tucker, A.

N.: : Kindle Store. Eastern Sudanic Languages: v. 1 (African Language) [A N Tucker] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Literature. The Moru language has been maintained through the use of the language in the church, particularly the Episcopal Church of the Sudan (ECS).

A number of editions of the Prayer Book (Buku Mätu Ro) and the hymn book (Buku Loŋgo ro) have been published over the ity: Moru.

Tucker, A.N. (Archibald Norman), Eastern Sudanic languages. London ; New York: Published for the International Institute of African Languages & Cultures by the Oxford University Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Tucker, A.N.

In A. Tucker published evidence linking five of the six branches of Central Sudanic alongside his more explicit proposal for East Sudanic. In Greenberg retained Eastern Sudanic and Central Sudanic as separate families, but accepted Westermann's conclusions of four decades earlier in when he linked them together as Macro Geographic distribution: Central Africa, north-central.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tucker, Archibald Norman. Eastern Sudanic languages. London: Published for the International African Institute by Dawsons of Pall Mall, Survey of the Language Groups in the Southern Sudan Ety A.

TUCKER TT has been the custom of linguists to divide African languages into-•- three main layers—" Sudanic," " Hamito-Semitic," and " Bantu ". Of these the Bantu languages show the greatest continuity and the Sudanic languages the least. The Eastern Sudanic Languages 1st Edition. Tucker Septem Originally published in this book focusses on the three main groups of Eastern Sudanic languages, namely Moru-Madi, Bong-Baka-Bagirmi and Ndogo-Sere.

Linguistic Analyses: The Non-Bantu Languages of North-Eastern Africa M. Bryan, A. Tucker This book, originally published indeals mainly with morphemes and. Read "The Southern Bantu Languages Handbook of African Languages" by Clement M.

Doke available from Rakuten Kobo. For the purposes of this volume, originally published intwo southern zones of Bantu have been included - south of. TY - BOOK AU - Tucker, A. PY - DA - // TI - The Eastern Sudanic Languages 1 PB - Dawsons of Pall Mall, for the International African Institute CY - London ID - Tucker ER.

Tucker, A. and Bryan, Margaret A., Linguistic Analyses: The Non-Bantu Languages of North-Eastern Africa. London: Oxford University Press for the International African by: In this rich course book, the author presents valuable views on a number of issues in the comparative study of African languages, more specifically concerning genetic diversity on the African.

Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Tucker, A. (Archibald Norman), Eastern Sudanic languages. Abingdon, Oxon ; New.

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