2 edition of grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde) found in the catalog.
grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde)
Taylor, F. W.
First published in 1921 under title: A first grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde)
|Other titles||Adamawa dialect|
|Contributions||Taylor, F. W. b. 1887.|
|LC Classifications||PL8182 .T3 1953|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||124 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||124|
|LC Control Number||53035230|
( p.) [Gambian Fula]--See also: E-book; Sylla, Yèro. Grammaire moderne du pulaar. Dakar: Nouvelles éditions africaines, c ( p.) Taro: ngonka aynaabe [Directeur de volume Sonja Fagerberg-Diallo]. Ndakaaru, Senegaal: ARED, ( p.) [Textbook in Pular] Taylor, F. W. A first grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language. A significant proportion of the Fula – a third, or an estimated 12 to 13 million – are pastoralists, and their ethnic group has the largest nomadic pastoral community in the world. The majority of the Fula ethnic group consisted of semi-sedentary people as well as sedentary settled farmers, artisans, merchants, and nobility. As an ethnic group, they are bound together by the Fula language.
The Fulani people speak a noun-class language which can be split into two dialect regions; Pular, spoken west of the Niger River, and Fulfulde, spoken east of the Niger River bend. A noun-class system is a device in language for constructing nouns based on having classifications for any referent – a person or thing to which a noun word refers. As an ethnic group they are bound together by the Fula language (Fulfulde), culture, history, their religious affiliation and their efforts to spread Islam in Sahel region and the West Africa. **** Excerpt #3 Excerpt from Google books A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language (Fulfulde).
This site includes 22 e-books in Fula language--Pulaar, Peul, or Fulfulde. Binndi Pulaar (Dakar, Senegal) The Pulaar language website of a Senegalese publisher of Pular and Fula books, with news on publishing, culture, history, language, and politics; plus links to other Pulaar sites. Numan, town and port on the Benue River, Adamawa state, eastern is located about 30 miles (50 km) from Yola, opposite the mouth of the Gongola River, which is the principal tributary of the Benue is connected by road to Gombe, Shellen, Yola, Jalingo, and Ganye. Probably founded by the Njei (Jenjo, Jenge) people, it was occupied in the early 19th century by members of the.
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A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language (Fulfulde) Volume 1 of Fulani-Hausa series Volume 1 of Taylor's Fulani Hausa series: Author: Frank William Taylor: Publisher: Clarendon Press, Original from: Northwestern University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
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A first grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde)Author: F. W Taylor. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, F.W. (Frank William), b. Grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Taylor, F.W.
(Frank William), First grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde). A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language (Fulfulde) A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language (Fulfulde) by Taylor, F. (Frank William), Fula language - -Dialects, Fula language -- Grammar Collection opensource Language English.
Book scanned by Google from Northwestern University library. Fula / ˈ f uː l ə /, also known as Fulani / f ʊ ˈ l ɑː n iː / or Fulah (Fula: Fulfulde, Pulaar, Pular; French: Peul), is a Senegambian language spoken as a set of various dialects in a continuum that stretches across some 20 countries in West and Central Africa by more than 65 million people.
Along with other related languages such as Serer and Wolof, it belongs to the Senegambian. Author: Taylor, Frank William; Genre: Book; Published in Print: ; Keywords: LoC Class: PL, LoC Subject Headings: Fula language -- Grammar; Title: A grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde).
TY - BOOK AU - Taylor, F. PY - DA - // TI - A Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language PB - Clarendon Press CY - Oxford N1 - first edition ID - Taylor ER. OLAC resources in and about the Adamawa Fulfulde language ISO fub The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language.
A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani. Language This book presents a description of the phonology and morphology of the nominal class system in Fula, a dialect. [Reviewed Book] Publisher: LINCOM Europa, München Publication Year: Series: LINCOM studies in African linguistics, 31 Descriptors: Language: Adamawa-Ubangian.
This book is based on the very successful online picture dictionarywhich offers easy language entry for countless language combinations - Used by thousands of people and approved by well-known institutions.
The languages used in this book are also called as follows: ukrainisch, ukrainien, ucranio, ucraino, ucraniano, ukraiński. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, A reference grammar of Adamawa Fulani Item Preview remove-circle Share or Embed This Item.
EMBED EMBED (for Fula language -- Dialects -- Adamawa Publisher [East Lansing]: African Studies Center, Michigan State University. A language profile for Fulfulde, Adamawa. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. Currently, I have no access to Charles Whitting's Hausa and Fulani Proverbs, but I had a reason to go through it some 30 years ago, especially the Fulani part of the book.
The authors did a very wonderful work of compiling the proverbs and sayings which I guess are promarily from the Adamawa Dialect of Fulfulde. This is because it is the. Congo language family. Other languages in the Atlantic branch are Wolof, Serer, Koñagi, Baga, Landuma, and Kissi.
The Mandé branch is also in the Niger-Congo family, and includes Maninka, Susu, Jakanke, Jalonke, and Soninke. The dialect taught in this book, known as Pular Fuuta, is spoken in the area that once com.
First book in Zulu-Kafir. An introduction to the study of Zulu-Kafir language. The amaLala dialect differs much from the Zulu, The name (amaLala) is given collectively to certain tribes in this district (the amaNcolosi and others), who were conquered by the Zulus, and of whom' many are said to tekeza in their speech, whereas the tribes along the Zulu coast to the N.E.
of Natal, as far as. Origins and Birth Usman dan Fodio was born on Decemin the village of Maratta, in the Hausa city-state of Gobir, in what is today northern Nigeria.
He was a descendant of the early Fulani settlers in Hausaland in the 15th century. His ancestor Musa Jakollo, a Pullo of Tooroobe clan, emigrated from Fuuta Tooro and.
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Filed under: Fula language -- Dialects A First Grammar of the Adamawa Dialect of the Fulani Language (Fulfulde) (Oxford, UK: at the Clarendon Press, ), by F. W. Taylor multiple formats at Google; US access only.A grammar of the Adamawa dialect of the Fulani language (Fulfulde) by F.
W Taylor: Sauna, Secret Agent (Arewa Books) by Dan Fulani: English-Fula Dictionary: Fulfulde, Pulaar, Fulani: a multidialectal approach (Sprache und Oralitat in Afrika) by Paul P De Wolf.The name of the town is derived from yolde, a Fula (Fulani language) word signifying a settlement on rising ground.
Yola was founded and made the political centre of Adamawa emirate inwhen Modibbo (“Learned One”) Adama, the Fulani founder of the emirate, established Yola as a base in his jihad against the indigenous Bata (Batta) and Vere (Verre) peoples.