The Gorwaa Noun Phrase: Toward a Description of the Gorwaa Language


The Gorwaa Noun Phrase: Toward a Description of the Gorwaa Language

Language: Gorwaa
Depositor: Andrew Harvey
Location: Tanzania
Deposit Id: 0404
ELDP Id: IGS0285
Level: Deposit

Summary of deposit
Gorwaa (South-Cushitic, Afro-Asiatic) is an undocumented language, spoken by approximately 15,000 individuals in Babati District, Manyara Region, Tanzania. Gorwaa is accorded no formal status in Tanzania, and is banned from use in important public domains.

Status

Curated
Resources online and curated

Depositor

Andrew Harvey
Affiliation: SOAS University of London

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