Synonyms for krongo or Related words with krongo

bauzi              tamahaq              digaro              koyra              alutor              nahali              budukh              kwadi              korku              karata              sherdukpen              mamara              buduma              kanakanabu              kxoe              wangka              kalagan              simbiti              katcha              tupuri              canichana              korwa              gongduk              mbukushu              bwamu              shughni              myene              teleut              koalib              brokkat              mambila              puinave              kaonde              anaku              luri              ngiemboon              itonama              maninkakan              tombulu              bomu              dameli              kiwai              kryts              punu              kujarge              nyengo              khowa              kalami              gimira              ixcatec             

Examples of "krongo"
They speak the Krongo language, a Nilo-Saharan language.
The language belongs to the Kadugli–Krongo family.
They live in the Krongo Hills of the Nuba Mountains.
Kanga is a Kadu language spoken in Kordofan. Kufo, Abu Sinun, Chiroro, Krongo Abdullah, and Kanga proper are dialects.
Krongo, also spelled "Korongo" or "Kurungu" and known as "Dimodongo, Kadumodi," or "Tabanya" after local towns, is a Kadu language spoken in Kordofan. Fama is a dialect.
The Krongo Nuba are a sub-ethnic group of the Nuba peoples in the Nuba Mountains of South Kordofan state, in southern Sudan. They number several 10,000 persons. This minority is divided in terms of religion.
The Kadu languages, also known as Kadugli–Krongo or Tumtum, are a small language family, once included in Kordofanian but since Thilo Schadeberg (1981) widely seen as Nilo-Saharan. However, there is little evidence for either classification, and a conservative classification would treat the Kadu languages as an independent family.
The antipassive voice is very rare in active–stative languages generally and in nominative–accusative languages that have only one-place or no verbal agreement. There are a very few exceptions to this rule, such as Krongo and the Songhay language Koyraboro Senni language, both of which rely on dedicated antipassive markers that are rare in the more typical type of language with an antipassive.
Voiceless implosives are quite rare but are found in languages as varied as the Owere dialect of Igbo in Nigeria ( ), Krongo in Sudan, the Uzere dialect of Isoko, the closely related Lendu and Ngiti languages in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Serer in Senegal (), and some dialects of the Poqomchi’ and Quiche languages in Guatemala (). Owere Igbo has a seven-way contrast among bilabial stops, , and its alveolar stops are similar. The dorsal stops do not seem to be attested in the literature as speech sounds, but has been claimed for Kaqchikel. Lendu has been claimed to have voiceless , but they may actually be creaky-voiced implosives.