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MOHRLANG, Roger (Ed. John Bendor-Samuel)

Title Higi Phonology. (Higgi, Hiji, Kamwe,Vacamwe Phonology). Studies in Nigerian Languages. No. 2.
Publisher Zaria and Kano Institute of Linguistics
Date 1972
Book ID 30821
First Edition  

Description

Printed card covers a trifle sunned else very good. 106pp.. Used; Very Good Higi is a branch of Biu–Mandara or Central Chadic languages of the Afro-Asiatic family. Spoken in Nigeria, Chad and Cameroon. The most widely spoken is Kamwe, with 300,000 speakers. Loosely enclosed letter from the editor (John Bendor-Samuel) to the linguist Prof. W. Haas.
Price: £8.00

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