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Omotic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Omotic languages are a branch of the Afroasiatic family spoken in southwestern Ethiopia. The Ge'ez script is used to write some Omotic languages, the Latin ...

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Omotic languages, family of about 40 languages spoken in western Ethiopia. Although most scholars assign them to the Afro-Asiatic language phylum, this classification ...

Omotic Languages - Encyclopedia of Language & Linguistics ...

The Omotic languages constitute an indigenous Ethiopian family of the Afroasiatic phylum. They are spoken in the west and the southwest of the country, with the - Share research

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Major Languages and Speakers. The table shows all of the Omotic languages with their number of speakers, based on the 2007 Ethiopian Census (except where noted).

Map of Omotic languages | Roger Blench -

A map of the Omotic languages drawn by me, for general use. Please notify me of any errors.

Omotic languages - definition of Omotic languages by The ...

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North Omotic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The North Omotic or Nomotic languages belong to the Omotic branch of the Afro-Asiatic family and are spoken in Ethiopia. Glottolog does not accept that Omotic ...

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Afroasiatic languages: The Cushitic and Omotic Languages

The Cushitic and Omotic Languages The two principal Cushitic languages are Oromo, the tongue of 20 million people in Ethiopia and Kenya, and