Ron languages

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Ron
Ron–Fyer
Geographic
distribution:
Mangu LGA, Plateau State, Nigeria
Linguistic classification:Afro-Asiatic
Subdivisions:
Ron
Fyer
West Chadic Languages.jpg
West Chadic per Newman (1977)

The Ron, Ronic, or Ron–Fyer, (A.4 West Chadic) languages are a branch of West Chadic languages. They are spoken in the Plateau State of North Nigeria.[1]

Branches[change | change source]

The Ron languages, and their tentative relatioships, are:[2][3]

Ron

References[change | change source]

  1. Longtau, Selbut (25-26 March 2004). "Some Historical Inferences from Lexical Borrowings and Traditions of Origins in the Tarokoid/Chadic Interface" in International Symposium on Endangered Languages in Contact: Nigeria’s Plateau Languages. Hamburg: Asien-Afrika-Institut, Universität Hamburg. 
  2. Blench, Roger. Comparative Ron wordlist.
  3. Blench, Roger M. 2003. Why reconstructing comparative Ron is so problematic. In Wolff, Ekkehard (ed.), Topics in Chadic linguistics: papers from the 1st biennial international colloquium on the Chadic language family (Leipzig, July 5-8, 2001), 21-42. Köln: Rüdiger Köppe Verlag.