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Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso

David Sudlow

Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso

by David Sudlow

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Published by R. Köppe in Köln .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tamashek language -- Dialects -- Burkina Faso -- Oudalan -- Dictionaries,
  • Tamashek language -- Dictionaries -- English,
  • English language -- Dictionaries -- Tamashek

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [291])-301 and index.

    StatementDavid Sudlow.
    GenreDictionaries
    SeriesBerber studies -- v. 24
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPJ2382.O94 S82 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination355 p. ;
    Number of Pages355
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23997119M
    ISBN 109783896459244
    LC Control Number2009496663

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Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso by David Sudlow Download PDF EPUB FB2

Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This dictionary covers both dialects of Tamasheq as spoken in Oudalan province of North-East Burkina Faso.

These are referred to locally as sha and za. This distinction is the primary one made by local people when talking about the variations that exist in the Tamasheq language locally. Get this from a library. Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso. [David Sudlow].

This dictionary covers both dialects of Tamasheq as spoken in Oudalan province of North-East Burkina Faso. These are referred to locally as ‘sha’ and ‘za’.

This distinction is the primary one made by local people when talking about the variations that exist in the Tamasheq language : David Sudlow. Get this from a library. The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso: notes on grammar and syntax including a key vocabulary. [David Sudlow]. David Sudlow is the author of The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews) and Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Reviews: 1.

This second edition of The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso is based on data gathered between February and February in Oudalan province, Burkina Faso, where the vast majority of Burkinabé Tamasheqs are found.

The author was resident in Gorom-Gorom for the first two years and later in Markoye. Tuareg (English: / ˈ t w ɑːr ɛ ɡ /), also known as Tamasheq (English: / ˈ t æ m ə ʃ ɛ k /), Tamajaq or Tamahaq (Tifinagh: ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵌⴰⵆ), is a language or family of very closely related Berber languages and dialects.

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The use of a Latin script for Berber has its roots in French colonialist expeditions to North Africa. Berber texts written with Latin letters began to appear in print in the 19th century when French, Italian, and Spanish colonial. The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso: Notes on Grammar and Syntax.

Köppe Verlag. The great two volume dictionary by Prasse, Alojaly and Mohamed () that is, not the grand four volume one by Père Charles de Foucauld (). By the way, a tip: the Prasse et al. dictionary is incredibly low-priced at € Note that this is for.

In addition to this, our programme offers a Tamasheq study book and a Tamasheq-English dictionary. By the same author t he following books are available with us (see cross-reference): Accompanying material: Dictionary of the Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso (ISBN ) The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso (ISBN ).

of the central Sahara and Sahel, in Algeria, Libya, Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. Their Berber language, Tuareg, has more than million speakers. The dialect discussed in this book, Tahaggart, is numerically insignificant in comparison, spoken in Algeria and Libya around the AhaggarAuthor: Lameen Souag.

David Sudlow ( The Tamasheq of North-East Burkina Faso: Notes on Grammar and Syntax including a Key Vocabulary, Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag) for the explanationes. If you are interested in a more detailled introduction to the verbal system, I can recommend the book very much. List of Colours: (treated like verbs).

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