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  1. Chamic languages - Wikipedia

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    The ancestor of this subfamily, proto-Chamic, is associated with the Sa Huỳnh culture, its speakers arriving in what is now Vietnam from Borneo or perhaps the Malay Peninsula. [2] After Acehnese , with 3.5 million, Jarai and Cham are the most widely spoken Chamic languages, with about 230,000 and 280,000 speakers respectively, in both ...

  2. Category:Proto-Chamic language - Wiktionary

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    Proto-Chamic is a reconstructed language. Its words and roots are not directly attested in any written works, but have been reconstructed through the comparative method, which finds regular similarities between languages that cannot be explained by coincidence or word-borrowing, and extrapolates ancient forms from these similarities.

  3. Reconstruction:Proto-Chamic/jəhaːt - Wiktionary

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    This Proto-Chamic entry contains reconstructed words and roots.As such, the term(s) in this entry are not directly attested, but are hypothesized to have existed based on comparative evidence.

  4. Reconstruction:Proto-Chamic/thɔw - Wiktionary

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    Proto-Chamic: ·to know, be knowledgeable ... Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary

  5. Category:Proto-Chamic lemmas - Wiktionary

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    Proto-Chamic lemmas, categorized by their part of speech. Category:Proto-Chamic adjectives : Proto-Chamic terms that give attributes to nouns, extending their definitions. Category:Proto-Chamic nouns : Proto-Chamic terms that indicate people, beings, things, places, phenomena, qualities or ideas.

  6. ABVD: Proto-Chamic

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    Source/Author: Graham Thurgood : Notes: Thurgood, Graham. 1999. From Ancient Cham to Modern Dialects. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Proto-words annotated as "uncertain origin" could be of either Mon-Khmer or Austronesian origin.

  7. Champa - Wikipedia

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    Champa or Tsiompa (Cham: Campa; Vietnamese: Chăm Pa) was a collection of independent Cham polities that extended across the coast of what is today central and southern Vietnam from approximately the 2nd century AD until 1832 when it was annexed by the Vietnamese Empire under Minh Mạng.

  8. Proto-Malayo-Polynesian language - Wikipedia

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    Proto-Malayo-Polynesian (PMP) is the reconstructed ancestor of the Malayo-Polynesian languages, which is by far the largest branch (by current speakers) of the Austronesian language family.

  9. 回輝話 - 维基百科,自由的百科全书

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    (2) 原始占語 (Proto-Chamic) *-ay > 回輝話 -aːiʔ 42: 24 上聲調 *-p, *-t, *-k, *-c, *-ʔ 語詞的原始形式以清輔音起始(後演變為常態濁聲),並以清塞音(含塞擦音)結尾者 11 低聲調 元音及鼻音 語詞的原始形式以濁輔音起始(後演變為氣化濁聲),並以響音結尾者 33 中聲調

  10. Proto-Chamic= kabaw Tagalog= carabao Malay= kerbau Kinta Perakian= korbu (small ship) Ilocano= paraw Toba Batak= parau Sundanese= parahu Malay= perahu Berdasarkan contoh ini, perkataan malayaw (to fly, to sail, free) adalah serumpun dengan malayu/melayu (to fly, to sail, free) Philippine languages= malayaw Nias= moloyo Acehnese= meu-layeuë