Le rôle des langues africaines dans la création et le développement des langues businenge/marron

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Title: Le rôle des langues africaines dans la création et le développement des langues businenge/marron
Authors: Migge, Bettina
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/7387
Date: Oct-2015
Abstract: This paper discusses the role of the African languages spoken by the creators of the creoles of Suriname/French Guiana. Based on socio-historical data, I show that the Gbe and Kikongo group of languages played an important role in their formation. While there are few direct lexical borrowings, a great number of content and function words in Nenge(e) are semantically similar to their counterparts in Gbe.
Type of material: Book Chapter
Publisher: Ibis Rouge
Keywords: Creoles of SurinameCreoles of French GuianaCross-linguistic influenceSubstrate influence
Language: fr
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
Is part of: Moomou, J. (eds.). Sociétés marronnes des Amériques. Mémoires, patrimoines, identités et histoire XVIIe au XXe siècles
Appears in Collections:Languages, Cultures and Linguistics Research Collection

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