Mao languages

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Mao languages
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  • Mao languages
Glottolog maoo1243[1]

Harsunan , Mao reshe ne na harsunan Omotic da ake magana da su a Habasha . Ƙungiyar tana da nau'o'i masu zuwa:

  • Bambasi, wanda ake magana da shi a gundumar Bambasi ta yankin Benishangul -Gumuz .
  • Hozo da Seze (wanda galibi ana kwatanta su tare da 'Begi Mao'), ana magana da su a kusa da Begi a yankin Mirab (Yamma) Welega na yankin Oromia, da
  • Ganza, wanda ake magana a kudancin Bambasi a shiyyar Asosa ta yankin Benishangul-Gumuz da yammacin harsunan Hozo da Seze.

An kiyasta cewa akwai masu magana da harshen Bambasi 5,000, da masu magana 3,000 kowanne na Hozo da Seze da kuma wasu masu magana da Ganza kaɗan (Bender, 2000). A lokacin tashe-tashen hankulan siyasa na baya-bayan nan, wasu dubunnan masu magana da harshen Bambassi sun kafa kansu a cikin kwarin kogin Didessa da gundumar Belo Jegonfoy . Yawancin yankin Mirab Welega sun kasance gidan harsunan Mao, amma sun rasa masu magana saboda karuwar tasirin Oromo .

Tuntuɓar[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Harsunan Mao suna da kusanci da harsunan Koman . Wasu kungiyoyin masu magana da harshen Koman a kasar Habasha suna daukar kansu a matsayin kabilar Mao.

Lambobi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Kwatanta lambobi a cikin yaruka ɗaya:

Harshe 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Ganza (Gwàmì Nánà) (1) ʔìʃì kwéʔèn mamꜜbú tʼíꜜzi má s'í k'wísʼí ʔìʃkìbin m wòbó ʃèlé kónsó-báꜜ (litː 'hannu-biyu')
Ganza (Gwàmi Nánà) (2) ʔìʃì kwéʔèn mamꜜbú tʼíꜜzi má s'í k'wísʼí ʔìʃkìbin m wòbó ʃèlé kónsó-báꜜ (litː hannun-biyu )
Ganza (3) ʔíʃkúwéén mambuʔ tíziʔ más'ì k'wíssí ʔíʃkípín mampín ku ʃélé konsóɓaaʔ
Hozo (1) ʔónnà dabba kuma bétsʼì kwítsʼì (lit: 'hand') kwítsʼì ʔòttá ʔónnà (5 + 1) ƙoshin lafiya (5 + 2) Kwítsʼì ʔòttá sijázi (5 + 3) Kwítsʼì ʔòttá bétsʼì (5 + 4) pʼóʃì
Hozo (2) ʊnːa / onna dʊmbo / dombo siɑːsi /siyazi bɛtsíː / Betʼi kʷɪtsí / kʼwitsi (lit: 'hand', kutsi) keniː / ota-onna (5 + 1) ʔɔːta / ota-dombo (5 + 2) ʔɔ̀ːtá / ota-siyazi (5 + 3) ʔɔ̀ːtì / ota-beːtsi (5 + 4) pʼɔ́ːʃi / poːši
Mao ta Arewa hishki numb tayi me'e kʼwíssí kyawon kúlùmbo (litː hannu-biyu ? ) kúteezé (litː hannu-uku ? ) kúsmésʼe (litː hannu-hudu ? ) mutu
Sezi (Seze / Sezo) (1) ʔìʃílè babu zance bes's'é kʼwíssé (lit: 'hand', kusɛ) kʼwíssé ʔòòt ʔìʃílè (litː 5 saura 1) kʼwíssé ʔòòt nòmbé (litː 5 saura. 2) kʼwíssé ʔòòt sììzé (litː 5 saura 3) kʼwíssé ʔòòt besʼsʼé (litː 5 saura. 4) mutu
Zazzage (Sezo) (2) ɪ̀ʃìlɛ / ɪšilɛ nɔ̀mbɛ́ / noːmbɛ siːzí /siːzɛ bɛ̀sʼɛ́ / bɛtsʼɛ kʼúsɛ́ / kʼʊsse (lit: 'hand', kusɛ) dʒɑ;j / ot-šilɛ ʔɔːt nɔ̀mbɛ́ / ot-nombɛ ʔɔ̀ːt síːzí / ota-siːzɛ ʔɔ̀ːt bèːtsʼé / ota-bɛːsʼɛ ̞kʊ́ːsɛ̀ / kʊːsɛ

Duba kuma[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Kara karantawa[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

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Nassoshi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. Hammarström, Harald; Forkel, Robert; Haspelmath, Martin, eds. (2017). http://glottolog.org/resource/languoid/id/maoo1243 |chapterurl= missing title (help). Glottolog 3.0. Jena, Germany: Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History.

Samfuri:Omotic languages