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----- Original Message -----
From: Jan van Steenbergen <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Friday, March 15, 2002 10:01 AM

> --- "Y.Penzev" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> "So, we have pairs of lanuages with the same name like
> these:
> Aka, Ari, Bada, Gavar, Gadaba, Kana, Karanga, Kau,
> Kaya, Kora (even 3 langs!), Masa, Mono, Tonga, Turi."
>
> Does your dictionary also mention whether those
> language pairs are related somehow to each other?

OK.
Aka -- 1. Tibeto-Burmanic; 2. Nilo-Saharic.
Ari -- 1. Omotic; 2. Kwa.
Bada -- 1. Bantoid; 2. Austronesian.
Gavar -- 1. Dardic; 2. Chadic.
Gadaba -- 1. Dravidic; 2. Austroasian (Munda).
Is it enough, or shall I look for the other items?

> Jan
>
> P.S. I still can imagine someone to come up with a
> conlang called "French" or so ;)

:-)
Yitzik
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