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From: Asar Imhotep <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu Jul 23, 2009 1:06 pm
Here are some recent thoughts I put into article form for the forum to critique. It is an attachment in pdf form so you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view it. Here is the abstract below.
This paper presents a unique way for establishing a better understanding of the meaning of words in various African languages that adhere to the agglutinative process of combining single morphemes to create a larger word. The general understanding of words that are the result of agglutination is that the meaning of these terms are ascertained by a simple combining of two or more morphemes (i.e. indoors = [within] + [doors] ). What I posit in this paper is that in African languages, the rendering of the meaning of words is a bit more complex. By reexamining some lexical items from the Niger-Congo super phylum of languages and their agglutinative properties, we can establish a framework that allows us to better understand the process in which the early architects of African languages used to better communicate ideas. This paper also seeks to establish the agglutinative properties of the ancient iKami (Egyptian) language by comparing our Niger-Congo (Negro-African / per Obenga) lexical items with cognates in kiKami.
They can call you whatever they want, he said. "Savior"... "Destroyer".... All that matters is what you choose.
Bear witness to his choice, children, and give thanks to your Gods. And then pray for their mercy.
For tonight, Awoɔ may sleep...
But his rage will never die.
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