Lryak Kyuk Bgya Tseng Jok'o Di / Ri Hiamnda by Daniel McDikkoh

Lryak Kyuk Bgya Tseng Jok'o Di / Ri Hiamnda

byDaniel McDikkoh

Kobo ebook | November 10, 2016

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Hiamnda, the language of the Jaba people located in the central part of the Middle Belt area of Nigeria. It is spoken by a myriad of Jaba people groups who, by and large, may speak the main hiam Ham language, but may have vernacular variations of the language. Less than a decade ago, Hiamnda was on the verge of total obliteration, even though there are approximately a million of Hamnda in existence; this downturn of lingual fortunes for this language is not too far removed from the social, but vicious malady that has afflicted most, if not all, languages in the technological age, namely cultural warfare. This cultural warfare continues to leave in its wake “corpses” of dead languages; one that cease to exist either to none use or that they have been so adulterated to the point that such languages or that they have such adulteration that of necessity leads to total absorption into some of their surrounding major language or its demise. Lryak Kyuk Bgya Tseng Jok’o Di Hiamnda is a third edition of word lists that have been published in Hiamnda by me. Through the grace of God, Almighty these efforts have been paid off and been able to wrest the falling fortune of our language and to put back it back on the track of living human languages currently extant.
Title:Lryak Kyuk Bgya Tseng Jok'o Di / Ri HiamndaFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:November 10, 2016Publisher:Daniel McDikkohLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1943767912

ISBN - 13:9781943767915

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