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African Language Technology

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AfLaT - What is AfLaT | African Language Technology | Browse AfLaT | Forums | Publications | Research Groups | Search AfLaT | Who's Who | AfLaT Resources | Gikuyu | Luganda


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Interest in language technology research for African languages has seen a tremendous increase in recent years. This is marked by the growing availability of digital corpora, dictionaries and tools for many (formerly) resource-scarce African languages. The AfLaT website aims to catalogue these resources for the benefit of researchers interested in African language technology.

AfLaT.org contains a steadily growing collection of bibliographic resources, web links and tools, provided by AfLaT members. We would like to invite you to join this community effort and share information, discuss research topics or just simply browse through the available content. Registration is free of charge.


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Langues africaines

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On estime généralement le nombre de langues africaines à plus d'un millier, mais les langues d'une certaine importance sont bien moins nombreuses et beaucoup sont en fait des variantes dialectales [ 1 ] .

Répartition des familles de langues en Afrique.
Langues officielles des pays d'Afrique. Elles sont classées dans quatre familles de langues : les langues afro-asiatiques, les langues nilo-sahariennes, les langues nigéro-congolaises et les langues khoïsan.

Sommaire Les langues afro-asiatiques
Article détaillé : langues afro-asiatiques .
Les langues afro-asiatiques (anciennement nommées chamito-sémitiques ) sont parlées en Afrique septentrionale et saharienne ainsi qu'au Proche-Orient et au Moyen-Orient . Elles comprennent notamment les langues sémitiques , l' égyptien ancien , les langues berbères , les langues couchitiques , les langues omotiques et les langues tchadiques .

Les langues nilo-sahariennes
Article détaillé : langues nilo-sahariennes .
Elles sont parlées en Afrique sub-saharienne : au Tchad , au Soudan , au Niger , dans le Nord du Cameroun , en République centrafricaine , au Ghana , au Kenya , en Éthiopie et en Tanzanie . Elles comprennent notamment l' ik , le masaï , les langues nilotiques , les langues nubiennes et les langues songhaï .

Les langues nigéro-congolaises
Article détaillé : langues nigéro-congolaises .
Notamment, le groupe bantoïde , les langues bantoues , le groupe gur/voltaïque, le groupe kwa , le groupe mandé ou encore le groupe des langues ouest-atlantiques .

Les langues khoïsan
Article détaillé : langues khoïsan .
Elles sont parlées en Afrique australe, notamment par les Bochimans et les Khoïkhoïs .

Note et références
1.? Michel Malherbe, Répertoire simplifié des langues africaines , éd. L'Harmattan, 2000.


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Comparative Bantu OnLine Dictionary (CBOLD)

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Wie in vielen anderen Sprachen auch bezeichnet das afrikanische Wort "Bantu" für Völker in Zentral- und Mittelafrika einfach "Menschen", "Leute".
"Bantusprachen" sind demnach nichts anderes als die "Sprachen der Menschen".

Zu den 140 Mio. Menschen zählenden Völkern gehören u.a. "Ambo", "Herero", "Kikuyu", "Kongo", "Tswana", "Xhosa", "Zulu".

Die Site unter dem aufgeführte Link "CBOLD" bietet viele Informationen zu den Bantusprachen.

CBOLD News | NSF Proposal I (1994-1997) | NSF Proposal II (1997-2000) | CBOLD Publications | Online Searches | Bantu Language Names | Searchable Dictionaries | The Bantu Bibliography | TLS (The Tanzanian Language Survey) | Downloadable Files Downloadable Dictionaries | Bantu Maps | The Bantu Mapmaker | Computational Tools | General Bantu The Bantuists' Manifesto | African Language Resources

(E3)(L1) http://www.cbold.ish-lyon.cnrs.fr/Docs/NSF94-97.html
A Computerized Database for Theoretical and Historical Bantu Phonology and Morphology

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A Computerized Database for Theoretical and Historical Bantu Phonology and Morphology

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List of Bantu Language Names

There are 529 names listed here, with 1,621 cross references.

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Kongo | Cabinda | Cabinda | Caffers | Caffra | Caffraria | Caffres | Caga | Caga | Cambinda | Caprivi | Cetywayo | Cewa | Chaga | Chagga | Chasu | Chewa | Chibemba | Chichewa | Chigogo | Chikaranga | Chiluba | Chimanhica | Chimwi:ni | Chindau | Chinsenga | Chinyanja | Chipogoro | Chisena | Chiswina | Chitonga | Chiyao | Chizigula | Chokwe | Chope | Chuana | Chuka | Chwana | Chwana | Cibemba | Ciina Mukuni | Ciko | Cindau | Cinenedwe | Cinyanja | Ciokwe | Ciruri | Citonga | Ciyao | Co | Cokwe | Col | Conyi | Copi | Cuabo | Cuambo | Dabida | Dabida | Daiso | Damara | Damaraland | Dciriku | Degama | Dengese | Dhaiso | Di | Digo | Digo | Dikishinare | Dinga | Djaga | Djanti | Djok | Dorobo | Douala | Douma | Duala | Duala | Dualla | Duma | Duruma | Dyumba | Dzalamo | Dzindza | Dzing | E. Holoholo | E. Kongo | E.Yans | Ebudja | Ediya | Educum | Efe | Elgon | Elgoni | Elisabethville | Embo | Embu | Ena | Endo | Enkele | Ensaio | Ensaios | Enya | Enya | Eton | Ewodi | Ewondo | Ewondo | Fa' | Faˆwe | Faiyum | Fak | Fang | Fang | Fiot | Fiote | Fipa | Fipa | Foma | Fuliiro | Fuluka | Fumu | Funika | G‰kiyi | Gaboon | Galwa | Ganda | Ganda | Gb?gb?l | Gciriku | Gekoyo | Genya | Gesogo | Gikuyu | Giryama | Giryama | Gishu | Gisu | Gisu | Gitonga | Gogo | Gogo | Guha | Gungu | Gunu | Gusii | Gusii | Guzii | Gwamba | Gwe | Gweno | Gwere | H/rero | Ha | Haavu | Hadimu | Hadza | Hadzapi | Hahn | Hai | Haka | Hamba | Hambukushu | Hanga | Hangaza | Hare | Haushalt | Haya | Haya | Hehe | Hehe | Helps | Hemba | Hemba | Henga | Herer˜ | Herero | Herero | Hima | Hinde | Hinzua | Hinzuan | Hlonipa | Holo | Holoholo | Holoholo | Holu | Huana | Huku | Humba | Humbe | Hunde | Hunganna | Hungu | Idzing | Ifumu | Igrama | Ihangiro | IhOngiro | Ik | Ikoma | Ikorovere | Ila | Ila | Ilamba | Imakuani | Inamwanga | Incwadi | Inhambane | Iniela | Inkongo | Iran | Irangi | Isigama | Isikula | Isixhosa | Isizulu | Isubu | Iswane | Iwa | Jaunde | Jaunde | Jinja | Jita | Jita | Jita (Kwaya) | Jonvu | Juba | Jur | Kaalong | Kabwari | Kaffer | Kaffern | Kaffir | Kaffir | Kaffrarian | Kafir | Kagulu | Kagulu | Kaguru | Kahe | Kahombo | Kahombo | Kahonde | Kaka | Kakete | Kako | Kal | Kalanga | Kalanga | Kalanga | Kalenjin | Kamanga | Kamanga | Kamba | Kamba | Kambajungen | Kamelilo | Kami | Kami | Kampala | Kampala | Kande | Kangana | Kanioka | Kanyok | Kanyoka | Kaonde | Kaonde | Karagwe | Karagwe | Karamoja | Karamojong | Karanga | Karanga | Karimoj | Kasa? 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bantu-languages.com
Mutete
Bantu search engine

(E?)(L?) http://www.bantu-languages.com/en/mutete_intro.html

MUTETE

"Mutete" is a bantu word which is common in Congolese languages: "mutete" ("munukutuba", "kibeembe" ...), "motete" (lingala). It means a kind of "long-shaped basket". In our case here, you may pick information on Bantu languages in that basket.

This is the very first version of the search engine, so it does not really come up to my expectations, namely not simply one more search engine on the web, but a specialized tool for Bantu languages that does not give too many results of poor relevance. In this version, "Mutete" does collect bantu data, but sometimes twice the same thing, or not always relevant to bantuistics. A selection and further details will be added in the next version. But already, in order to force you to be precise in your query, "Mutete" never provide you with more than 100 results, and not necessarily the more relevant ones, so that you are strongly advised to refine the query.
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Last updated: Saturday, 07-Jul-2007 20:00:33 CEST

Jacky Maniacky


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Mutete - Bantu search engine


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African Languages Directory

(E?)(L?) http://www.humnet.ucla.edu/humnet/aflang/

The University of California system has a number of African languages specialists on its faculty and several campuses offer African language instruction in scheduled classes or as directed studies tutorials. Over the years, African languages that students have been able to study at the University of California number in the dozens. To share some of their expertise in African languages, University of California faculty members have begun creating web sites on languages in which they specialize. The faculty hope to add to these sites continually. The links below will take you to the sites now available.

Chadic: general information on the Chadic language family, including Hausa | The Yobe Languages Research Project | Bade | Bole | Duwai | Karekare | Maka | Ngamo | Ngizim | Chichewa | Ewe | Hausa | HAUSAR BAKA video course | Wolof | Zulu


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