East Chadic languages
|southern Chad and northern Cameroon|
East Chadic A
East Chadic B
East Chadic per Newman (1977)
The East Chadic languages are a branch of the Chadic languages. There are around 40 East Chadic languages still spoken. They are spoken mainly in Chad and Cameroon.
Branches[change | change source]
- East Chadic A
- East Chadic B
- Mokilko (Mukulu, Gergiko) (B.2)
- Sokoro (B.3): Saba, Sokoro, Tamki, Mawa, Ubi
- Barein (Baraïn) (B.4)
References[change | change source]
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Languages in both the Nancere and Gabri branches go by the names of Kimre and Gabri. The two branches together are sometimes also called Gabri.
- ↑ Lovestrand, Joseph (2012). "Classification and description of the Chadic languages of the Guéra (East Chadic B)" (PDF). SIL Electronic Working Papers 2012-004. SIL International.
- ↑ Previously considered a dialect of Saba
- ↑ Kujargé appears to have ties with the Mubi languages, but perhaps not genetic ones. Its classification is uncertain.
- ↑ Previously classified as Dangla