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  1. Category:English surnames - Wiktionary

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    Aug 15, 2016 · English surnames from Niger-Congo languages‎ (1 c, 0 e) English surnames from Nilo-Saharan languages ‎ (1 c, 0 e) English surnames from Norman ‎ (0 c, 9 e)

  2. Naming conventions in Ethiopia and Eritrea - Wikipedia

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    The naming convention used in Eritrea and Ethiopia does not have family names and typically consists of an individual personal name and a separate patronymic.This is similar to Arabic, Icelandic, and Somali naming conventions.

  3. Robert - Wikipedia

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    Robert O'Hara Burke, Irish soldier and police officer who explored Australia, leader of the first expedition to cross Australia from south to north Robert Dudley , English explorer and cartographer Sir Robert McClure , Irish explorer of the Arctic who in 1854 traversed the Northwest Passage by boat and sledge and was the first to circumnavigate ...

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    • "fame-bright", "glory-bright", "shining with glory"
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  4. The World According to Kevin: My Direct Paternal Ancestry

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    Oct 15, 2011 · 750 generations ago, my direct paternal ancestor may have spoken an ancient language, ancestral to the modern Nilo-Saharan languages. Generations 751-1200: From the Ethiopian Highlands Haplogroup E1b1 (P2/PN2), ancestral to E1b1b (M215) is believed to have emerged in the Ethiopian highlands, around 35,000 years ago.

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  5. What Does The Name Songhai Mean?

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    A Nilo-Saharan language spoken by the Songhai in Mali and Niger Wiktionary Any of a group of closely related languages or dialects centred on the middle stretches of the Niger River in West Africa, and used as a lingua franca in that region.

  6. languagehat.com : Indo-European and the Yamnaya.

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    In Chicago local elections there is considerable lore (and supporting data, or at least supporting anecdotes) that candidates with Irish-appearing surnames do better than any other group and that in particular black candidates with more Irish sounding surnames (Riley was one such black candidate’s name — it doesn’t have to be a name that ...

  7. The World According to Kevin: October 2011

    kevinborland.blogspot.com › 2011 › 10

    Oct 17, 2011 · 750 generations ago, my direct paternal ancestor may have spoken an ancient language, ancestral to the modern Nilo-Saharan languages. Generations 751-1200: From the Ethiopian Highlands Haplogroup E1b1 (P2/PN2), ancestral to E1b1b (M215) is believed to have emerged in the Ethiopian highlands, around 35,000 years ago.

  8. What is the origin of gender in languages? - Quora

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    It’s dependent on history. In Japanese, it has practically evolved out of use. In English, Gender primarily is used with pronouns and descriptions of people, but also sometimes inanimate entities like boats or countries.

  9. For what they were... we are: Vasco-Nubian?

    forwhattheywereweare.blogspot.com › 2015 › 09

    Sep 17, 2015 · haragi - árízh (meat) odol - ógór, èggér (blood) buru - úr (head) oin - ó:y (foot) esku - ish-i, ès-sì (hand) hil* - di-ìl (to die) euri - are, ara, áwwí, áré, árí, áró (rain) harri - kugor, kakar (stone) [notice also the pre-IE root *kharr- speculated to be at the origin of Karst, etc.]

  10. My Igbo and Ashanti Akan Jamaican slave ancestors Part 2 ...

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    Jan 06, 2018 · The Gbe languages were traditionally placed in the Kwa branch of the Niger–Congo languages, but more recently have been classified as Volta–Niger languages. They include five major dialect clusters: Ewe, Fon, Aja, Gen (Mina), and Phla–Pherá.

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