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.
Specialized synonyms: West Chadic, Biu-mandara, East Chadic, Masa
Generic synonyms: Afrasian, Afrasian Language, Afro-asiatic, Afroasiatic, Afroasiatic Language, Hamito-semitic
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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 ..."