Central Semitic languages

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Central Semitic
Geographic
distribution:
Middle East, North Africa
Linguistic classification:Afro-Asiatic
Subdivisions:

The Central Semitic languages are a branch of West Semitic languages. They are spoken in the Middle East and North Africa. The branch is made up of two parts, Arabic and the Northwest Semitic languages (including Hebrew and Aramaic).[1][2]

References[change | change source]

  1. Bennett, Patrick R. (1998). Comparative Semitic Linguistics: A Manual. ISBN 9781575060217.
  2. Huehnergard, John; Pat-El, Na'ama (2013-10-08). The Semitic Languages. ISBN 9781136115882.