W.H.G. Haacke / E.D. Elderkin (eds.): Namibian Languages – Reports and Papers [PDF]


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NAS Namibian African Studies Volume 4

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451 pp.
1 folding map, 10 maps, 104 tables, 118 surveys, 1 graph

Text language: English


Jan W. Snyman: A Preliminary Classification of the !Xuu and !Ju/’hoasi [!Zu|’hoasi] Dialects
Patrick Dickens: Relative Clauses in Ju/’hoan [Ju|’hoan]
Thomas Widlock: Haikom [Hai||om] Language Usage and Social Identity
Wilfrid Haacke / Eliphas Eiseb / Levi Namaseb: Internal and External Relations of Khoekhoe Dialects – a Preliminary Survey

Wilhelm J.G. Möhlig: A Dialectometrical Analysis of the Main Kavango Languages – Kwangali, Gciriku and Mbukushu
Derek F. Gowlett: Aspects of Yeyi Diachronic Phonology
L.-G. Andersson: Seyeyi revisited – Prospects for the Future of a Threatened Language
David J. Fourie: The Linguistic Position of Oshimbalanhu within the Wambo Group
E.J.M. Baumbach: Bantu Languages of the Eastern Caprivi

Under these links you will find publications by the contributors, analyses of Ju/’hoan [Ju|’hoan] and Yeyi/Siyeyi, as well as descriptions of further Khoisan and Bantu languages of southern Africa:

Patrick J. Dickens: A Concise Grammar of Ju|’hoan [PDF]
Patrick J. Dickens: English-Ju|’hoan – Ju|’hoan-English Dictionary [PDF]

Frank Seidel: A Grammar of Yeyi – A Bantu Language of Southern Africa [PDF]
G. Sommer: Ethnographie des Sprachwechsels – Sozialer Wandel und Sprachverhalten bei den Yeyi (Botswana) [PDF]

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