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The Masa languages are a group of a dozen closely related Chadic languages of West Africa.

Languages

The Masa languages listed in Blench (2006) are:Blench, 2006. The Afro-Asiatic Languages: Classification and Reference List (ms) The exonym Zime is used for the Herdé, Ngeté, Pévé, and Mesmé. Similarly, Kaɗo is a generic name for the Peve–Kaɗo languages, a couple of which are called Lamé as well.

Shryock (1997)

Shryock (1997: 32)Shryock, Aaron. 1997. The classification of the Masa group of languages. Studies in African Linguistics 26(1): 29‒62. subgroups the Masa languages as:

See also

  • (Wiktionary:Appendix:List of Proto-Masa reconstructions|List of Proto-Masa reconstructions) (Wiktionary)

References

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External links

  • weblink" title="web.archive.org/web/20110524073351weblink">Masa Chadic resources at africanlanguages.org
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