Àwọn èdè Folta-Niger

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Volta–Niger
Ìwọòrùn Bẹ́núé-Kóngò
Ìlàòrùn Kwa
Ìpínká
ìyaoríilẹ̀:
Ìwọòrùn Áfríkà; Ìlàòrùn Ghánà, Àrin Nàìjíríà
Ìyàsọ́tọ̀: Niger-Kóngò
Àwọn ìpín-abẹ́:
Akpes
yeai (= Defoidi+)
noi
Nigeria Benin Cameroon languages.png
Some important branches of the Volta–Niger and Benue–Congo families are concentrated in Nigeria, Cameroon, and Benin.
Systematic graphic of the Niger–Congo languages with numbers of speakers

Ninu iyasoto àwọn èdè Áfríkà, awon ede Volta-Niger tàbí Ìwọòrùn Bẹ́núé-Kóngò tàbí Ìlàòrùn Kwa lopojulo ninu awon ede ibatan Atlántíkì-Kóngò, pelu awon sistemu ikosoto oro-oruko to wopo ninu awon ede àwọn èdè Atlántíkì-Kóngò.



Itokasi[àtúnṣe | àtúnṣe àmìọ̀rọ̀]

  • Wolf, Paul Polydoor de (1971) The Noun Class System of Proto-Benue–Congo (Thesis, Leiden University). The Hague/Paris: Mouton.
  • Williamson, Kay (1989) 'Benue–Congo Overview', pp. 248–274 in Bendor-Samuel, John & Rhonda L. Hartell (eds.) The Niger–Congo Languages — A classification and description of Africa's largest language family. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.