Aroid (Ari-Banna; "South Omotic") These four families are also accepted by Güldemann (2018), who similarly doubts the validity of Omotic as a unified group. Reconstruction. Bender (1987: 33-35) reconstructs the following proto-forms for Proto-Omotic and Proto-North Omotic, the latter which is considered to have descended from Proto-Omotic.
Proto-Omotic Proto–Afroasiatic , sometimes referred to as Proto-Afrasian , is the reconstructed proto-language from which all modern Afroasiatic languages are descended. Though estimations vary widely, it is believed by scholars to have been spoken as a single language around 12,000 to 18,000 years ago (12 to 18 kya ), that is, between 16,000 ...
Early Afro-Asiatic populations speaking proto-Semitic, proto-Cushitic and proto-Omotic languages would have diverged by the fourth or fifth millennium BC. Shortly afterwards, the proto-Cushitic and proto-Omotic groups would have settled in the Ethiopian highlands, with the proto-Semitic speakers crossing the Sinai Peninsula into Asia Minor.
Pages in category "Omotic languages" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total.
Nov 19, 2020 · Appendix:Proto-Omotic reconstructions - Bender (1987) Appendix:Proto-Aroid reconstructions - Yigezu (2013) Appendix:Proto-Maji reconstructions - Aklilu (2003) Appendix:Mao word lists - Küspert (2015) Appendix:Proto-Semitic stems - Kogan (2012) Khoisan
"First Steps Toward proto-Omotic." Current Approaches to African Linguistics 3 (1987): 21-36. ^ Blažek, Václav. 2008. A lexicostatistical comparison of Omotic languages. In Bengtson (ed.), 57–148.
Definitions of proto afroasiatic language, synonyms, antonyms, derivatives of proto afroasiatic language, analogical dictionary of proto afroasiatic language (English)
May 30, 2018 · " A notable exception is Cushitic ancestry, which did not form by a splitting event but rather by a mixing event between Arabian ancestry and Nilo-Saharan or Omotic ancestry (Shriner et al. 2016)."
Jun 20, 2007 · Omotic, a small group of non-Cushitic, non-Semitic languages spoken in the highlands of Ethiopia, has always been the odd one out in Afroasiatic; by anyone's tree it is the first to have split off, and the noted Chadicist Paul Newman expressed scepticism about its membership in the family.
Омотські мови — група мов, присутня на південному заході Ефіопії. Ґеезьке письмо ...