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SYNOPSIS It is assumed by Meinhof that, besides ordinary *î and *û, there existed in Ur‐Bantu other vowels of similar type which he calls “close vowels”. He believes that they might have originated in contractions involving the vowels *i and *u. To investigate this problem, a number of stems...
Islamic Law in Africa. J. D. N. Anderson. (H. M. Stationery Office, London: 1954.) 409 pp., 50s.
The Southern Bantu Languages. C. M. Doke. (Oxford University Press for International African Institute, London: 1954.) 262 pp., map. 21s. Notes on the Kaokoveld (South West Africa) and its People. N. J. van Warmelo. (Government Printer, Pretoria: 1951.) 64 pp., illus., map. 9s. Wörterbuch der...
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