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Title: Grammatical Sketch and Short Vocabulary of the Ogiek Language of Mariashoni
Authors: Micheli, Ilaria
Keywords: Ogiek LanguageNilo-SaharanEastern Escarpement of the Mau Forest in KenyaOgiek dialectMorisionig familyOgiek vocabularyEnglish-Ogiek wordlistMariashoni
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Ilaria Micheli, "Grammatical Sketch and Short Vocabulary of the Ogiek Language of Mariashoni", Trieste, EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2018, pp. XIV, 146.
Series/Report no.: ATrA Aree di transizione linguistiche e culturali in Africa
Pages: XIV, 146
Price: 14,00
Abstract: 
Ogiek is a Nilo-Saharan, Satellite-Core, Core, Eastern Sudanic, Southern, Nilotic, Southern, Kalenjin language spoken by a community of Hunters and Gatherers living in the region of the Eastern Escarpement of the Mau Forest in Kenya. In the framework of a still very poorly described linguistic family, this work represents a first, non exhaustive and tentative descriptive grammatical sketch of the dialect spoken by the circa 15.000 Ogiek belonging to the 7 clans of the Morisionig family. The book contains also a short vocabulary of the language, where 646 Ogiek entries are recorded. The vocabulary is completed by a corresponding English-Ogiek wordlist.
Type: Book
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/22516
ISBN: 978-88-8303-974-4
eISBN: 978-88-8303-975-1
Rights: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 Internazionale
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