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Cushitic languages

Here are entered works on the Cushitic languages of Ethiopia. Works on the Semitic languages of Ethiopia are entered under Ethiopian languages. General works on the languages of Ethiopia are entered under Ethiopia -- Languages.

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Filed under: Beja language Filed under: Oromo language -- Dictionaries -- EnglishFiled under: Oromo language -- Dictionaries -- German Filed under: Somali language -- Grammar

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Filed under: Arabic language -- Foreign elements -- SyriacFiled under: Berber languages Filed under: Berber languages -- Dialects -- AlgeriaFiled under: Rif language -- Dialects Filed under: Berber languages -- Etymology -- NamesFiled under: Berber languages -- Grammar Filed under: Tamazight language -- Grammar Filed under: Berber languages -- Textbooks for foreign speakers -- FrenchFiled under: Names, Berber Filed under: Tamazight language -- Composition and exercises Filed under: Tamazight language -- Dictionaries -- EnglishFiled under: Egyptian language Filed under: Egyptian language -- DictionariesFiled under: Egyptian language -- EtymologyFiled under: Egyptian language -- Glossaries, vocabularies, etc.Filed under: Egyptian language -- GrammarFiled under: Egyptian language -- Papyri, DemoticFiled under: Egyptian language -- ReadersFiled under: Egyptian language -- WritingFiled under: Egyptian language -- Writing, HieroglyphicFiled under: Inscriptions, EgyptianFiled under: Hamitic languagesFiled under: Semitic languages

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