It has been a while since I’ve sat down to write something in length about Beta Israel, one of the … Continue reading Beta Israel, a short linguistic history
It has been a while since I’ve returned to my WordPress, simply to talk about Semitic languages. In my time … Continue reading The Ethiopian wolf, and some recent thoughts on Semitic within Afroasiatic
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” [updated]
This post, like my last one mentioning a sound change I have not yet gone into depth on, is an … Continue reading Finally, an introduction to “Proto-Semitic” *f
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?