2 edition of small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara. found in the catalog.
small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara.
|Series||[Museum Combonianum,, n. 15]|
|LC Classifications||PL8086.B124 S2|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||72177558|
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Yulu (also spelled Youlou, pronounced [yuːluː]) is a Central Sudanic language spoken by the Yulu people of South Sudan and the Central African Republic (CAR). It has an estimated 7,–13, speakers.
Yulu is classified as a Central Sudanic language of the Bongo–Bagirmi branch. It has been written using Latin script (with adjustments for sounds with no corresponding letters) Ethnicity: Yulu, Binga. Get this from a library.
Brief grammar outlines of the Yulu and Kara languages (Bahr el Ghazal, Sudan - Central African Republic) with a small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu [and] Kara. [Stefano Santandrea]. A small comparative vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara. n.a. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Library.
oai:; ONLINE Glottolog Resources for Baka (Sudan). n.a. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. oai::baka; ONLINE PHOIBLE phonemic inventories for Baka (Sudan). n.a. A Small Comparative Vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara Sodality of St Peter Claver, Rome, A Reconstructed History of the Chari Languages - Bongo - Bagirmi - Sara.
Segmental Phonology, with Evidence from Arabic Loanwords. Linda Thayer, Kara. book of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Typewritten thesis ity: Bongo people. Brief grammar outlines of the Yulu and Kara languages: Bahr el Ghazal, Sudan--Central African Republic: with a small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara Stefano Santandrea （Museum Combonianum, n.
25） Editrice Nigrizia, A small comparative vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara. n.a. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Library. oai:; ONLINE Glottolog Resources for Yulu.
n.a. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History. oai::yulu; ONLINE PHOIBLE phonemic inventories for Yulu. n.a. Max Planck. Santandrea, S., Brief grammar outlines of the Yulu and Kara languages (Bahr el Ghazal, Sudan - Central African Republic) with a small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu and Kara.
Rome, Printed by the Sodality of St. Peter Claver. Santandrea, S., I Kresh. Brevi note etnografiche. Find link. language. Bongo language ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article 4 (): A Small Comparative Vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara Sodality of St Peter Claver, Rome, A Reconstructed History of the Chari Languages.
Santandrea, Stefano (): A small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara Santandrea, Stefano (): Nomenclatura di parentela in Luo e Ndogo, Bahr el Ghazal (Sudan) Santandrea, Stefano (): Note grammaticali e lessicali sul. A concise grammar outline of the Bongo language.
Bologna: Editrice Nigrizia pp. Santandrea, Stefano (). A small comparative vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara. Bologna: Editrice Nigrizia 41 pp.
Sapir, J. David (). A grammar of Diola-Fogny, a language spoken in the Basse-Casamance region of Senegal. Cambridge: Cambridge. Bongo language ( words) exact match in snippet view article find links to article Small Comparative Vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara Sodality of St Peter Claver, Rome, A Reconstructed History of the Chari Languages - Bongo.
Voir aussi Bibliographie. Pascal Boyeldieu, Les langues fer (Kara) et yulu du nord centrafricain: esquisses descriptives et lexiques, P. Geuthner, Paris,p.(ISBN )(en) Stefano Santandrea of the Verona fathers, Brief grammar outlines of the Yulu and Kara languages (Bakr el Ghazal, Sudan-Central African Republic): with a small comparative vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu.
Santandrea, S. Brief grammar outlines of the Yulu and Kara languages [Bahr el Ghazal, Sudan-Central African Republic], with a small comparative vocabulary of Bongo Baka Yulu Kara.
In, Museum combonianum. 25 Editrice Nigrizia. Anonymous, A Small Comparative Vocabulary of Bongo, Baka, Yulu, Kara. This book, originally published indeals mainly with morphemes and with grammatical and syntactic behaviour.
Although some vocabulary material is contained in this volume, and some more in the Linguistic Survey of the Northern Bantu Borderland, vocabulary. SE Paris. (3) Thayer, Linda J. - A Comparative-Historical Phonology of the Chari Lang - uages (Supplemento n.
9 agli Annali vol. 36 fasc. Istxtuto Orientale de Napoli. Naples. (11) Thelwall, Robin - A Birgid Vocabulary List and its Links with Daju. In Herbert Ganslmayr, ed.: Gedenkschrift Gustav Nachtigal At the end of the book is a short comparative vocabulary, Grammar Outline, and a small comparative Vocabulary.
The Africa ortho- Baka, Yulu, Binga, Kara, Kreish) it forms part of the wide group of Bongo-Bagirmi languages which includes Bagirmi (S.E. of Lake Chad) and the various 'Sara' dialect clusters of the Chad and Central.
Nilo Saharan langauges phylum-by A. Sosal A. 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.
On Novem the event known as the "Dinkas Massacre" commenced in South Sudan. Forces led by the breakaway faction of Riek Machar deliberately killed an estimated 2, civilians in Dinkas of Hol, Nyarweng, Twic, Bor and others in villages and wounded several thousand more over the course of two months.
It is estimated thatpeople left the area. 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.
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