[WARNING] Almost this whole post is in the Ge’ez script and IPA. Nothing theoretical, just an updated transcription. Continue reading In the words of Gafat, an extinct Ethiopian Semitic language
What is the Shehri word for donkey? Continue reading Pastoralism in the Eastern Horn of Africa: A linguistic history አንቀጽ ፪
Finally, a full post of my hypothesis. Continue reading Pastoralism in the Eastern Horn of Africa: A linguistic history
Actually, most of anything I realize is entirely accidental and for the most part based on previous “revelations” I have … Continue reading Cushitic dispersal: a possible new model?
This is an odd title, but Somali’s word for chicken is a loan. Continue reading When South Arabian loaned a word for chicken
Even if they are shared between two geographically close-by branches of the phylum, it can be argued that they’re simply … Continue reading Some rare cases of Afroasiatic shared vocabulary
After a year and some change, I’m revisiting an argument about Ge’ez phonology that may be so simply solved. Continue reading Of “Βουγαειτων” and “Ματλια”