Definition of Chadic language

1. Noun. A family of Afroasiatic tonal languages (mostly two tones) spoken in the regions west and south of Lake Chad in north central Africa.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chadic Language

Chabad
Chabad-Lubavitch
Chabad Hasidism
Chabertia
Chablis
Chaco nothura
Chaco nothuras
Chad Basin
Chaddock reflex
Chaddock sign
Chadian
Chadian franc
Chadians
Chadic
Chadic language (current term)
Chaenactis
Chaenomeles
Chaenomeles japonica
Chaenomeles speciosa
Chaenopsis
Chaenopsis ocellata
Chaeronea
Chaetodipterus
Chaetodipterus faber
Chaetodontidae
Chaetognatha
Chaga
Chagall

Literary usage of Chadic language

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1. Afrika und Übersee by Carl Meinhof, Seminar für Afrikanische Sprachen, Universität Hamburg (1845)
"For technical reasons, ie lack of space, that paper could not provide detailed evidence on yet another Central Chadic language (of Newman's Biu-Mandara B ..."

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