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Marba (Azumeina)

Marba is a member of the Chadic branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. It is spoken by about 150,000 people in the south west of Chad, mainly in the Tandjilé Region and the Mayo-Kebbi Est Region.

Marba was historically known as Azumeina, Banana, Bananna or Ho, and is spoken by the Azumenina peoples.

Marba alphabet and pronunciation

Marba alphabet and pronunciation

Notes

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Sample text in Marba

Abumi ma sä akulona, ar suma pet a suburuŋ simiyẽŋũ. Ar aŋ mba á te leu maŋa yam andagaɗa. Ar suma a le min maŋa yam andagaɗa ɗigi a ŋa lat sä akulo na mi. Aŋ hami ini te mami ma burã ki burĩna. Ar aŋ vat huruŋ ŋei yam co mamiɗa ɗigi ami ŋa vaɗami hurumi woi yam suma a ŋa lami coɗina na mi. Ar aŋ imi kur kuka ɗi, wani aŋ paɗami woi abo Ma cona. Leuɗa, aɗeŋa ki subura ni maŋa gak didin. Amin.

Source: http://www.bibles.org/mpg-AB/Matt/6

Information compiled by Michael Peter Füstumum

Information about Marba | Tower of Babel

Links

Information about Marba
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marba_language
http://www.ethnologue.com/language/mpg

Chadic languages

Marba, Hausa

Other languages written with the Latin alphabet


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