4 edition of Afrasian languages found in the catalog.
IgorК№ MikhaДlovich DК№iНЎakonov
|Statement||I.M. Diakonoff ; [translated from the Russian by A.A. Korolev and V.Ya. Porkhomovsky].|
|Series||Languages of Asia and Africa, Languages of Asia and Africa (Institut vostokovedenii͡a (Akademii͡a nauk SSSR)|
|Contributions||Dʹi͡akonov, Igorʹ Mikhaĭlovich.|
|LC Classifications||PJ992 .D513 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||141,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||89140759|
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Expedited Delivery 1 to 4 : I. Diakonoff. This book is the first general introduction to African languages and linguistics to be published in English. It covers the four major language groupings (Niger-Congo, Nilo-Saharan, Afroasiatic and Khoisan), the core areas of modern theoretical linguistics (phonology, morphology, syntax), typology, sociolinguistics, comparative linguistics, and language, history and by: An illustration of an open book.
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: Comparative Historical Vocabulary of Afrasian Languages () by Diakonoff, I. and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at Format: Paperback. The examination of Ongota reveals an Afrasian (Afro-Asiatic, Hamito-Semitic) language of Afrasian languages book dissimilarity to its sisters in grammar and a large lexicon with links to Afrasian languages spread over large sections of Africa.
Ongota clearly is in a class by itself within Afrasian, even though loan words from nearby languages muddy up the analysis. The following is a full list of the Russian-language titles that were published in this series from until The list is reproduced from the English version of The Modern Assyrian Language by K.
Tsereteli, Moscow, Nauka, (Languages of Africa and Asia series), pages Further Russian-language volumes for the period are listed in I. Diakonoff's Afrasian Languages. Selected Comparative-historical Afrasian Linguistic Studies: In Memory of Igor M. Diakonoff Marvin Lionel Bender, Gábor Takács, David L.
Appleyard Lincom, - Afroasiatic Afrasian languages book - pages. Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and traditionally Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic),  is a large language family, of several hundred related languages and are about or so living languages and dialects, according to the Ethnologue estimate.
 It includes languages spoken predominantly in the Middle East, North Africa, the Horn of Africa, and parts. from the individual Afrasian daughter languages, they are also informed by data from the other languages to which Afrasian is alleged to be related within the context of the Nostratic Hypothesis.
It includes such languages as Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic, and total number of speakers is estimated to be more than million. The major branches of Afro-Asiatic are Semitic, Berber, Egyptian, Cushitic, Omotic, and languages are spoken by perhaps 15 million people in enclaves scattered across North Africa from Morocco to northwestern Egypt and in parts of the western Sahara.
People who in the sixth and fifth millennia B.C. brought Afrasian languages deep into Africa and those who in the second to first millennia B.C. brought Indo-European languages to the shores of the Bay of Bengal (present-day Bangladesh) were not Afrasian languages book all similar in their culture and physical features to those who started the first wave of.
This book is about history and the practical power of language to reveal historical change. Christopher Ehret offers a methodological guide to applying language evidence in historical studies. He demonstrates how these methods allow us not only to recover the histories of time periods and places poorly served by written documentation, but also to enrich our understanding of well-documented.
Among the typical features of the languages of the Afrasian family, prefix conjugation and inner inflexion are noted in Hausa. During the 19th century in this dialectArabic script was used - adjam.
Since the 30s of the last century, the alphabet, based on the Latin language, has been applied. This work provides the first truly comprehensive and systematic reconstruction of proto-Afroasiatic (proto-Afrasian). It rigorously applies, throughout, the established canon and techniques of the historical-comparative method.
It also fully incorporates the most up-to-date evidence from the distinctive African branches of the family, Cushitic, Chadic, and Omotic. The name Afro-Asiatic gained wide acceptance following the classification of African languages proposed in –63 by the American linguist Joseph H.
rs in the former Soviet Union prefer to call these languages “Afrasian.” The name Hamito-Semitic (or Semito-Hamitic), although occasionally still used, is largely considered obsolete; many scholars reject it because it is. Definitions of Afroasiatic_languages, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of Afroasiatic_languages, analogical dictionary of Afroasiatic_languages (English).
GLOBAL HISTORY AND LANGUAGE EVIDENCE. This book is about history and the practical power of language to reveal history. Though it speaks to the disciplines of anthropology and historical linguistics, which pioneered many of the approaches depicted here, it is a book above all for readers and students of history.
Appendix 2 Proto-Afrasian. The material from the other Afrasian branches supports the assumption that Proto-Afrasian also had the labials * p, * b, and * m. In his book Hamito-Semitic Languages: An Essay in Classification, Diakonoff reconstructs. assigned to the Afrasian parent language (approximat BCE [that is, 12, years ago] according to D iakonoff [, fn.
15]). Th e following. language has not yet been reconstructed till now, while, according to Fortescue, Jakobson & Kaplan (), a Proto-Eskimo phonological system can be posited (p.
The book has a great potential for being a necessary complement to major books on Indo-European, comparative phonology, comparative morphology, long-range linguistic comparison. The languages of Africa are divided into several major language families.
Niger–Congo or perhaps Atlantic–Congo languages (Bantu and non-Bantu, the inclusion of Mande and a few other groups is disputed) are spoken in West, Central, Southeast and Southern Africa.; Afroasiatic languages are spread throughout Western Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the Sahel.
Afrasian language synonyms, Afrasian language pronunciation, Afrasian language translation, English dictionary definition of Afrasian language.
Noun 1. Afrasian language - a large family of related languages spoken both in Asia and Africa Afrasian, Afroasiatic, Afro-Asiatic, Afroasiatic language. Proto–Afroasiatic, sometimes referred to as Proto-Afrasian, is the reconstructed proto-language from which all modern Afroasiatic languages are descended.
Though estimations vary widely, it is believed by scholars to have been spoken as a single language aro to 18, years ago, that is, betw BC.
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Datasets available include LCSH, BIBFRAME, LC Name Authorities, LC Classification, MARC codes, PREMIS vocabularies, ISO language codes, and more. The purpose of this book is to attempt a tentative reconstruction of the ProtoAfrasian phonological system. Inasmuch as this book grew out of the author's work on Nostratic, the reconstructions proposed in this book are based not only upon the data from the individual Afrasian daughter languages, they are also informed by data from the other languages to which Afrasian is alleged to be related.
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First, the Afrasian language family (to which the Semitic languages belong) took shape in Africa and has deep roots there. Second, in the last millennium b.c.e., Ethiosemitic languages spread into the Horn of Africa because their speakers held an advantage in production and exchange relations over their Eastern Cushitic hosts.
The purpose of this book is to attempt a tentative reconstruction of the Proto-Afrasian phonological system. Language English. The purpose of this book is to attempt a tentative reconstruction of the Proto-Afrasian phonological system.
Addeddate Foldoutcount 0. Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and in older sources as Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic) or Semito-Hamitic, is a large language family of about languages. It includes languages spoken predominantly in West Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the Sahel.
Afroasiatic languages have over million native speakers, the fourth largest number of any language. The most recent language book I’ve finished at the time of writing, The Etymologicon is a wonderfully flowing book. So often with books about a topic that can take you in all sorts of directions (I’m looking at you etymology), they do just that: takes you in all directions.
That’s not the case with this book. particular language in a larger linguistic perspective. The book attempts to avoid eurocentrism, the excessive focus on European languages often found in introductions to linguistics. Although, for ease of presentation, examples are often drawn from English, a large variety of languages.
He includes an etymology of Semitic and Afrasian terms of an intellectual/spiritual nature, notes on the importance of this etymology for interpreting the Bible, and genealogical trees of world and Afrasian is an updated version of his book published in by Natalis Press, Moscow, whose English title is A Myth Come True: 'The Jewish Idea' in Civilization.
His publications were on a broad variety of subjects, ranging from linguistic studies of Afrasian languages to Scandinavian epics and the works of the famous Russian poet Aleksandr Pushkin (). Diakonoff was a masterful translator of literary works, including the Epic of Gilgamesh and several books of the Bible (Diakonoff, and ).
Afro-Asiatic languages, also called Afrasian languages, formerly Hamito-Semitic, Semito-Hamitic, or Erythraean languages, languages of common origin found in the northern part of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula, and some islands and adjacent areas in Western Asia.
Some books, such as the history of the reign of Ramses III, were over 40 meters. The Arabic language, which refers to a "Semitic branch of an Afrasian language family, is an official language in all Arab countries and is one of the six working languages of the United Nations".
Besides, studying the Arabic language is obligatory for any Muslim as the sacred book of the Muslims - the Koran - is written this language. Thus. Reconstructing Proto-Afroasiatic (Proto-Afrasian) by Christopher Ehret,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
An endangered language is one that is likely to become extinct in the near future. Many languages are failing out of use and being replaced by others that are more widely used in the region or nation, such as English in the U.S.
or Spanish in Mexico. This book is an introduction to language. The Omotic language branch is the most controversial member of Afroasiatic, since the grammatical formatives which most linguists have given greatest weight in classifying languages in the family "are either absent or distinctly wobbly" (Hayward ).
Greenberg () and others considered it a subgroup of Cushitic, while others have raised doubts about it being part of Afroasiatic at all (e. Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic), also called Afrasian or Hamito-Semitic or Semito-Hamitic, is a large language are mainly spoken in Western Asia, North Africa, the Horn of Africa and parts of the Sahel.
There are around Afroasiatic languages that are still spoken. About million people speak an Afroasiatic language as their first language. APPENDIX TWO.
Proto-Afrasian and Proto-Erythraic subsistence was published in History and the Testimony of Language on page. For Proto-Afrasian, Wikipedia gives an incredibly wide range of BC - BC, with dates before BC seemingly contested by lexical evidence.
In any case, this is certainly older than PIE. Among generally accepted and proven language families (eg.Related WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1.
Afroasiatic language - a large family of related languages spoken both in Asia and Africa Afrasian, Afrasian language, Afroasiatic, Afro-Asiatic, Hamito-Semitic natural language, tongue - a human written or spoken language used by a community; opposed to e.g.
a computer language Chadic, Chadic language, Chad - a family of .Synonyms for Afroasiatic language in Free Thesaurus. Antonyms for Afroasiatic language. 5 synonyms for Afroasiatic language: Afrasian, Afrasian language, Afroasiatic, Afro-Asiatic, Hamito-Semitic.
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