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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of niger-kordofanian language

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of niger-kordofanian language:
/najd͡ʒɹ̩-kɔɹdowfæniən læŋɡwəd͡ʒ/

Derived Form of niger-kordofanian

plural: niger-kordofanians
the family of languages that includes most of the languages spoken in Africa south of the Sahara; the majority of them are tonal languages but there are important exceptions (e.g., Swahili or Fula)
SynonymsNiger-Kordofanian language,
Type ofnatural language, tongue,
TypesKordofanian, Niger-Congo,

Derived Form of language

plural: languages
a systematic means of communicating by the use of sounds or conventional symbols
  1. he taught foreign languages
  2. the language introduced is standard throughout the text
  3. the speed with which a program can be executed depends on the language in which it is written
Synonymslinguistic communication,
Hyponymsartificial language, barrage, dead language, indigenous language, lingua franca, metalanguage, native language, natural language, object language, sign language, slanguage, source language, string of words, superstrate, usage, words,
Type ofcommunication,
Typesartificial language, barrage, dead language, interlanguage, koine, lingua franca, linguistic string, metalanguage, native language, natural language, object language, onslaught, outpouring, sign language, signing, slanguage, source language, string of words, target language, tongue, word string, words,
See alsoaudio-lingual, cross-linguistic, extralinguistic, intralinguistic, lingual, nonlinguistic,
(language) communication by word of mouth
  1. his speech was garbled
  2. he uttered harsh language
  3. he recorded the spoken language of the streets
Synonymsspeech, speech communication, spoken communication, spoken language, voice communication, oral communication,
Hyponymsconversation, dictation, discussion, idiolect, monologue, non-standard speech, pronunciation, saying, soliloquy, spell, words,
Hypernymsauditory communication,
Type ofauditory communication,
Typescharm, conversation, dictation, discussion, expression, give-and-take, idiolect, locution, magic spell, monologue, non-standard speech, orthoepy, pronunciation, saying, soliloquy, spell, word, words,
the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number
  1. his compositions always started with the lyrics
  2. he wrote both words and music
  3. the song uses colloquial language
Synonymslyric, words,
Hyponymslove lyric,
Type oftext, textual matter,
Typeslove lyric,
Part ofsong,
the cognitive processes involved in producing and understanding linguistic communication
  1. he didn't have the language to express his feelings
Synonymslinguistic process,
Hypernymshigher cognitive process,
Type ofhigher cognitive process,
the mental faculty or power of vocal communication
  1. language sets homo sapiens apart from all other animals
Meronymslexis, vocabulary,
Partslexicon, lexis, mental lexicon, vocabulary,
Type offaculty, mental faculty, module,
a system of words used to name things in a particular discipline
  1. legal terminology
  2. biological nomenclature
  3. the language of sociology
Synonymsterminology, nomenclature,
Hyponymsmarkup language, toponymy,
a system of words used in a particular discipline
Synonymsnomenclature, terminology,
Type ofword,
Typesmarkup language, toponomy, toponymy,

niger-kordofanian language on Youtube

  1. That's a traditional branch of the Niger-Congo language family.
  2. Yoruba is a member of the Niger-Congo language family, and is spoken in the west African countries of Nigeria and Benin
  3. members of the southern Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo language family with the
  4. southern Bantu branch of the Niger-Congo language family and these account for
  5. massive language families like the Niger-Congo, Austronesian, and Dravidian families are completely
  6. Hausa. They speak Niger in English as a first and in some cases only language
  7. Could they be laziness the laziest niger I've never even seen laziest niger in real life
  8. People all along the Niger River in Mali and Niger
  9. Niger Assemblee Nationale official website Mission of Niger to the United Nations official
  10. CIA World Factbook - Niger Niger at DMOZ
  11. [NIAMEY, NIGER] I'm Muslim Sidi Mohammed in Niamey, Niger,
  12. June 22 in Faya-Largeau, breaking a record set in 1961 at the same location. Niger tied
  13. When compared with Lasius Niger these ants grow twice as fast.
  14. I think these ants are much more interesting to keep then lets say Lasius Niger.
  15. niger grabbed a whole piece even the conservative paul karas couldn't stop himself from laughing and
  16. They invade already existing nests of Lasius Niger or Lasius Flavus, kill the queen and
  17. And will fight to wipe out foreign language. Itamar - truly became a man, Tall, handsome and well-spoken, And the language he spoke was Hebrew. Itamar Ben-Avi Whose father was a prophet, A man after my own heart.
  18. And they said to mein language that's the worst language I'veever heard in my life.