Thomas, Northcote Whitridge 1914

Thomas, Northcote Whitridge. 1914. Specimens of languages from Southern Nigeria. London: Harrison & Sons. 143pp.

@book{150176,
  address    = {London},
  author     = {Thomas, Northcote Whitridge},
  pages      = {143},
  publisher  = {Harrison & Sons},
  title      = {Specimens of languages from Southern Nigeria},
  year       = {1914},
  besttxt    = {ptxt2\africa\thomas_southern-nigeria1914_o.txt},
  fn         = {africa\thomas_southern-nigeria1914_o.pdf, africa\thomas_southern-nigeria1914.pdf, africa\thomas_southern-nigeria1914v2_o.pdf},
  hhtype     = {overview;wordlist},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  jfmnote    = {Deals with Igbo (Igboid), Bini (Edoid) and Yoruba (Defoid).},
  keywords   = {;waf;nga;lng;lxl;t.511;t.911;t.843;},
  lgcode     = {Ibo-Oweri = Owerri = Igbo [ibo], Okugba (Omoku) = Ogbah [ogc], Ekpafia (Ahoada) = Ekpeye [ekp], Nkarahia = Isiokpo = Ikwere [ikw], Biko = Izi-Ezaa-Ikwo-Mgbo [izi], Adunsobo = Izi-Ezaa-Ikwo-Mgbo [izi], Ezza = Izi-Ezaa-Ikwo-Mgbo [izi], Ibibio-Kwa Ikorobong near Opobo = Obolo [ann], Ibibio-Mona-Ndiakata near Ibibio border but falls within Anaang [anw], Tinan = Itenani perhaps 7.90 and 4.80 should be Ekit [eke], Ikot Ekpene = Anaang [anw], Uyofa near Ikot Ekpene = Anaang [anw], Odorikbe near Ikot Ekpene = Anaang [anw], Ikorese near Ikot Ekpene = Anaang [anw], Kana-Ogoni = Khana [ogo], Ebiobolo-Andoni [ann], Abua [abn], Ogbogolo = Ogbogolo [ogg], Akunakuna = Agwagwune [yay], Abini = Agwagwune [yay], Umon [umm], Akpet = Ukpet-Ehom [akd], Degema [deg], Nembe [ijs], Bonny = Ibani [iby], Yala-Agala = Yala [yba], Yala [yba], Igabo = Engenni [enn], Wepa = Weppa = Yekhee [ets], Igala-Oguluglu = Igala [igl], Igala-Aladi = Igala [igl], Yoruba-Unukumi [yor], Nde-Afunatam = Nde-Nsele-Nta [ndd], Nde-Mbenkpe [ndd], Nde-Befun = Abanyom [abm], Nde-Akaju = Ekajuk [eka], Ediba = KoHumono [bcs], Nkpani = Loke = Lokaa [yaz], Ugep = Loke = Lokaa [yaz], Apiapum = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Oderiga = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Ofunobwan = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Ekokoma = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Ifunubwa = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Wakande = Mbembe-Cross River [mfn], Igbo Imaban = Legbo = Legbo [agb], Asiga = LeYigha = Leyigha [ayi], Agbaragba = Efutop [ofu], Okuni = Olulumo = Olulumo-Ikom [iko], Ikom = Ikom = Olulumo-Ikom [iko], Osikom-Basua = Bokyi [bky], Osikom-Bendega = Bokyi [bky], Ukele = Kukele [kez], Okpoto II = Oring [org], Akparabon = Ndoe [nbb], Ekoi-Ekoneman = Ejagham [etu], Ekoi-Bindiga = Bedinge looks like Ejagham [etu], Ekoi-Icuatai = Ejagham [etu], Okonyon = Akayon = Kiong [kkm], Dama = Bete-Bendi [btt], Gayi = Obanliku [bzy], Yakoro = Bekwarra [bkv], Juku, Munsi = Tiv [tiv], Gori maybe 6.3 and 7.4 = Akuku [ayk], Igara distant a mile or two from Semolika in the Kukuruku country speaks an Igbira dialect and has apparently been separated from the main mass of the Igbira peoples for at least two hundred years = Ebira [igb], Akolo a kind of backslang, Elimi secret language},
  macro_area = {Africa},
  oclc       = {25946267},
  src        = {eballiso2009, hh}
}

Document types

Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
Ibo-Oweri = Owerri
Okugba (Omoku)
Ekpafia (Ahoada)
Nkarahia = Isiokpo
Biko
Adunsobo
Ezza
Ibibio-Kwa Ikorobong near Opobo
Ibibio-Mona-Ndiakata near Ibibio border but falls within Anaang
Tinan
Ikot Ekpene
Uyofa near Ikot Ekpene
Odorikbe near Ikot Ekpene
Ikorese near Ikot Ekpene
Kana-Ogoni
Ebiobolo-Andoni
Abua
Ogbogolo
Akunakuna
Abini
Umon
Akpet
Degema
Nembe
Bonny
Yala-Agala
Yala
Igabo
Wepa = Weppa
Igala-Oguluglu
Igala-Aladi
Yoruba-Unukumi
Nde-Afunatam
Nde-Mbenkpe
Nde-Befun
Nde-Akaju
Ediba
Nkpani = Loke
Ugep = Loke
Apiapum
Oderiga
Ofunobwan
Ekokoma
Ifunubwa
Wakande
Igbo Imaban = Legbo
Asiga = LeYigha
Agbaragba
Okuni = Olulumo
Ikom = Ikom
Osikom-Basua
Osikom-Bendega
Ukele
Okpoto II
Akparabon
Ekoi-Ekoneman
Ekoi-Bindiga
Ekoi-Icuatai
Okonyon = Akayon
Dama
Gayi
Yakoro
Juku
    Munsi
    Gori maybe 6.3 and 7.4
    Igara distant a mile or two from Semolika in the Kukuruku country speaks an Igbira dialect and has apparently been separated from the main mass of the Igbira peoples for at least two hundred years
    Akolo a kind of backslang
      Elimi secret language