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1st person plural 3rd persons accepted African languages Afro Afroasiatic family Afroasiatic languages Afroasiatic phylum Amharic asiatic Beja belong Berber bien Bleek century Chadic family Chadic languages Chadic within Afroasiatic Chado-Hamitic chamitique chamito-semitique citations classification of Chadic cognate common Comparative Word List consonant Cush Cushitic demonstrated Diakonoff 1965 dialects dichotomy Egyptian etymons evidence example existence explicitly feature feminine singular pronoun gender specification genetic relationship grammatical gender Greenberg 1963 Greenberg's classification Hamitic and Semitic Hamitic family Hamito-Semitic family haoussa Hausa form historical idea including Hausa Indo-European isolated Kabyle Kotoko languages of Africa langues du monde Lepsius Leslau lexical items Logone Lukas M/pl Marcel Cohen masculine Maspero Meinhof Miiller mu(n Musgu namely Semitic Newman Niger-Congo normal verb stem nouns pattern plural pronoun pronominal system reconstructable for Proto-Chadic relationship of Hausa Rend Saho scholars Semitic languages significance Somali Soqotri suppletive Tuareg typological vowel