Lahjadaha Af Soomaaliga

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Af-Soomaali
Deegaanka Soomaaliya, Djibouti, Soomaali Galbeed, Soomaalida Kiinya
Qoyska luuqada
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Lahjadaha Af-Soomaaliga waa luuqad ka soo farcantey Afafka Afro-Aasiyatik loo yaqaano. Sida saxda ah Af-Soomaaliga waxaa uu yahay luuqada hooyo dadka Soomaalida ee ku dhaqan gobolka Geeska Afrika iyo meelo badan oo Soomaalida qurbaha.[3] In kastoo Af-Soomaaligu mid yahay, waxaa jira lahjado badan oo ka farcaya kuwaasi oo lagaga hadlo deegaanada kala duwan ee Geeska Afrika. Sidaasi ay tahay dadka Soomaalidu waxay isku arkaan kuwo isku luuqad ah.

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Luuqada Af-Soomaaligu wuxuu leeyahay lahjado kala duwan kuwaasi oo looga hadlo deegaanada kala duwan ee dadka Soomaalidu ku nool yihiin. Sidaasi ay tahay Af-Soomaaliga waxaa uu qeyb ka yahay qoyska luuqadaha loo yaqaano Kushitiga.[4]

Qeybaha[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Distribution of Somali dialectal groups in the Horn of Africa

Guud ahaan luuqada Soomaaliga waxaa loo kala saaraa sadex qeybood kuwaasi oo kala ah: Waqooyi, Benaadiri, iyo Maay.[5] Inkastoo dadka luuqadaha ku talaxtegay u qeybiyaan Af-Soomaaliga sadex qeybood; dadka Soomaalida ah waxay afkooda hooyo u kala saaraal labo qeybood oo kala ah: Maay iyo Maxaad tidhi. Lahjada Waqooyi ayaa aasaas u ah Af-Soomaali Waryaaga.[6]) forms the basis for Standard Somali. Faahfaahinta iyo kala dhiga luuqada Soomaaliga waxaa aad wax uga qorey nin la odhan jirey Marcello Lamberti kaasi oo ka daabacay buuga loo yaqaano 'Die Somali-Dialekte'.[7]

Shaxda Lahjadaha[Wax ka bedel | wax ka bedel xogta]

Sida ku xusan buugaag ay kala qoreen nimanka Lamberti (1986) iyo Blench (2006) waxaa ku xusan in Af-Soomaaliga sidan hoos ku qoran loo kala saari karo:[8][9]

  • Af-Soomaali
    • Waqooyi
    • Benaadiri
    • Ashraaf
    • Maay
    • Digil

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  3. Somali nationalism: international politics and the drive for unity in the Horn of Africa. Department of Linguistics and the African Studies Center, University of California, Los Anglos. 2006. p. 24. https://books.google.com/books?id=c81yAAAAMAAJ&. 
  4. Lewis, M. Paul (ed.), 2009. Ethnologue: Languages of the World, Sixteenth edition. Dallas, Tex.: SIL International. Online version: http://www.ethnologue.com/.
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  6. Lamberti, Marcello (1986) (in en). Map of Somali dialects in the Somali Democratic Republic. H. Buske. ISBN 9783871186905. http://dspace-roma3.caspur.it/bitstream/2307/3034/1/Map%20of%20the%20Somali%20Dialects%20in%20the%20Somali%20Democratic%20Republic.pdf. 
  7. Somalia: Language situation and dialects. Landinfo. 2011. p. 5. http://www.landinfo.no/asset/1800/1/1800_1.pdf. , Quote: "Lamberti surveyed Somali dialects during a field study in Somalia in 1981. He completed his studies in Mogadishu, Bardheere and Luuq in the Gedo region; Saakow, Jilib and Bu'aale in Middle Juba; Merka and Qoryoley in Lower Shebelle; Qansax Dheere, Baidoa, Dinsor, Yaaq Baraaway and Bur Hakaba in the Bay Region; Jamaame and Kismayo in Lower Juba, as well as Adalar in Middle Shebelle (1986a, p. 15). Martin Orwin stresses that no systematic field studies of the Somali dialects have been carried out since the 1980's."
  8. "Report Somalia: Language situation and dialects" (PDF). Country of Origin Information Centre (Landinfo). 2011. p. 6. 
  9. Blench, Roger (2006). "The Afro-Asiatic Languages: Classification and Reference List" (PDF). p. 3.