Browsing Linguistics Theses and Dissertations by Subject "Nilo-Saharan"


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  • Otero, Manuel (University of Oregon, 2020-02-27)
    This dissertation is a historical-comparative reconstruction of the Koman family, a small group of languages spoken in what now constitutes the borderlands of Ethiopia, Sudan and South Sudan. Koman is comprised five living ...
  • Ahland, Colleen (University of Oregon, 2012)
    Gumuz is a Nilo-Saharan dialect cluster spoken in the river valleys of northwestern Ethiopia and the southeastern part of the Republic of the Sudan. There are approximately 200,000 speakers, the majority of which reside ...
  • Griscom, Richard (University of Oregon, 2019-09-18)
    Asimjeeg Datooga is a Southern Nilotic language spoken by approximately three thousand people in Northern Tanzania, and it is grouped together with other language varieties in the Datooga family or dialect cluster. Although ...

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