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The Nubi Language of Uganda

An Arabic Creole in Africa (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics) (Studies in Semitic Languages and Linguistics)

by Inneke Hilda Werner Wellens

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Published by Brill Academic Pub .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Foreign Language Study,
  • Foreign Language - Dictionaries / Phrase Books,
  • Pidgins & Creoles,
  • Language,
  • Kenya,
  • Arabic,
  • Middle Eastern,
  • Miscellaneous,
  • Creole dialects, Arabic,
  • Nubi language,
  • Uganda

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages460
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12798991M
    ISBN 109004145184
    ISBN 109789004145184

    Articles and Books; Handouts and Presentations; Prayer Resources; Children's Resources; Recursos en Español; Language: Nubi Find language. Population of Groups Speak People Groups Speaking as Primary Language. 2. Uganda: 36, 56, Buy Access; Help; About; Contact Us; Cookies; Encyclopedias | Text editions.

    As a young girl, I had always desired to be a missionary. I read books on the lives of great missionaries like William Carey, Amy Carmichal, Adonirom & Ann Judson, Mary Slessor and David Livingston. I began to plan when and where I would go to serve God. Eventually the Lord lead me to surrender my will to Him to go and do whatever He pleased. This book is the first major study in several decades to consider Uganda as a nation, from its precolonial roots to the present day. Here, Richard J. Reid examines the political, economic, and social history of Uganda, providing a unique.

    Explanation. Nubi Nubi language is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial administration. It was spoken by ab people in Uganda in , and an estima in Kenya; another source estimates ab . Lugbara is a Central Sudanic language spoken by about million people in the West Nile region of Uganda, and in the Orientale Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Lugbara is closely related to Aringa, which is also known as Low Lugbara, and is considered a dialect of Lugbara by some.


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The Nubi Language of Uganda by Inneke Hilda Werner Wellens Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial was spoken by ab people in Uganda in (according to the census), and an estima in Kenya; another Language family: Arabic-based creole, Nubi Arabic.

This volume also provides a detailed description of the Nubi language of Uganda, and it deals with the development of the language and searches for the relevant Arabic source dialects. The book includes more than one thousand examples and several texts, recorded by the author during two extensive periods of field by: The Nubi language is spoken in Uganda and Kenya.

Nubi is Arabic, since about 90% of its vocabulary is of an Arabic nature. It is often termed a creole, since many of its structural and developmental features resemble those of known creoles.

The growth and development of the Nubi language must be situated near Lake Albert towards the end of the nineteenth century.3/5(1). The Nubi Language Of Uganda Top results of your surfing The Nubi Language Of Uganda Start Download Portable Document Format (PDF) and E-books (Electronic Books) Free Online Rating News / is books that can provide inspiration, insight, knowledge to the reader.

This volume provides a detailed description of the Nubi language of Uganda, including more than one thousand examples and several texts. It also digs into history to reconstruct the development and growth of this most fascinating Arabic creole. The Nubi language is spoken in Uganda and Kenya.

Nubi is Arabic, since about 90% of its vocabulary is of an Arabic nature. It is often termed a creole, since many of its structural and developmental features resemble those of known creoles.

The growth and development of the Nubi language must be situated near Lake Albert towards the end of the. A language profile for Nubi. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. Nubi are also found in Uganda, though it is unclear if the two communities maintain contact now, or can understand each other's language.

The Ethnologue reports a higher population in Uganda, at a little less t, and o in Kenya. These Nubi people developed as a unique ethnicity, as individuals from various Sudan tribes melded together in the new settlements in Uganda and Kenya, marrying local women. Nubi men continue to marry women of various tribes.

These new wives are expected to learn the Nubi language. Others relocated in Uganda and Kenya. Most Nubian groups speak their own dialect of the Nubian language. However, many also speak Arabic which is the common language of business and trade. Although their languages are different, each group is identical in social, economic, and cultural organization.

What Are Their Lives Like. An Arabic Creole in Africa: The Nubi Language of Uganda Ineke Wellens جزئیات بیشتر / دانلود کتاب, معرفی کتاب, کتاب فارسی, معرفی کتاب ها, کتب, دانلود کتاب, کتاب جدید, خرید کتاب, کتاب دانشگاهی. Here is a well documented book to read,a summary; The Nubi language of Uganda: an Arabic Creole in Africa by Inneke Hilda Werner Wellens.

The Nubi language is spoken in Uganda and Kenya. Nubi is Arabic, since about 90% of its vocabulary is of an Arabic nature.

Studies in Semitic languages and linguistics; v PM Drawing on her field research in andWellens offers a detailed description of the Arabic language spoken by the s Nubi people in Uganda.

It is spoken as a first language by the Nubi. According to some sources, it is also spoken as a lingua franca by non-Nubi in some towns of western Uganda. Most of the Nubi, especially the male population, also speak Swahili – which has influenced Kinubi at many levels – and English.

Formerly, there were some Nubi communities in Tanzania and. At present, ab Nubi live scattered over the towns of Uganda and Kenya. Their language, Nubi, has been called an Arabic creole. Nubi is Arabic, since about 90% of its vocabulary is of Arabic nature. It is termed a creole, since many of its structural and.

An Arabic creole in Africa: The Nubi language of Uganda. By Ineke Wellens. Author(s): Alan S. Kaye 1 View Affiliations Hide Affiliations Affiliations: Article Type: Book Review Most Cited Creoles are typologically distinct from non-creoles Author(s.

An Arabic creole in Africa: The Nubi language of Uganda. By Ineke Wellens. Unlock this profile with an Essentials plan. See the details on every language spoken in Uganda, plus: Profiles for every other country in the world; 7, profiles covering every language in use today. N in Uganda ( census). Population total all countries: 24, Bombo, 30 miles north of Kampala, Arua, and elsewhere in Uganda.

Also spoken in Kenya. Alternate names: Kinubi, Ki-Nubi. Dialects: Descendants of Emin Pasha’s troops. The Eastern Nilotic languages include Teso, Karamojong, and Bari.

The Eastern Sudanic languages used in Uganda are Soo, Pokot, Kuliak languages, and Elgon. The languages Ndo, Lugbara, Ma'di, and Aringa are Central Sudanic languages.

Ugandan Sign Language. InUganda became the world's second nation to include sign language in its constitution.

The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial was spoken by ab people in Uganda in (according to the census), and an estima in Kenya; another .The Nubi language (also called Ki-Nubi) is a Sudanese Arabic-based creole language spoken in Uganda around Bombo, and in Kenya around Kibera, by the descendants of Emin Pasha's Sudanese soldiers who were settled there by the British colonial : Paperback.book on "Ki-Nubi" as a derivative of the Arabic language.

Dr. Heine's book is, significantly enough, entitled, The Nubi language of Kibera - An Arabic Creole* Like David Dalby before him, Heine classifies Ki-Nubi a Semitic lan-guage.9 We suggest that it was precisely the use of this same "Arabic Creole" in Amin's Uganda which led many to.