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Title: La langue hariri et les dialectes éthiopiens du Gouraghê
Written By: Casimir Mondon-Vidailhet
Series Title: LINCOM Orientalia
Description:

Le harari appartient au rameau des langues sémitiques éthiennes dites sous-
sémitiques. C’est le langage des habitants de la ville de Harar, dépendant
actuellement de l’empire d’Éthiopie, dont elle est restée séparée pendant plus
de trois cents ans, période pendant laquelle elle garda à peu près
complètement son indépendance sous ses émirs. Tombée un instant sous la
domination égyptienne, elle fut de nouveau réunie, d’abord au Choâ, puis à
l’empire d’Ethiopie par l’empereur actuel Ménelik II, en 1887.

Le harari est donc le langage spécial à la ville de Harar, dont la population
sédentaire est d’environ 40,000 habitants. Le Hararis donnent à leur langue le
nom de Gheuy Sinān, c’est-à-dire « Langue de la ville ».

Table des matiéres: Phonétique, le nom, adjectives, pronoms, interrogatifs, le
verbe, mots invariables, adverbes, conjonctions, textes harari, les dialectes
Éthiopiens du Gouraghê (domaine linguistique, phonétique, le nom, etc.).(re-
edition; originally published 1902, Paris; written in French).

Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: Lincom GmbH
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Linguistic Field(s): Historical Linguistics
Language Documentation
Phonetics
Afro-Asiatic
Subject Language(s): Harari
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Format: Paperback
ISBN-13: 9783862881147
Pages: 127
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