Get this from a library! English-Ateso dictionary. [J Kiggen; Mill Hill Missionaries.]. Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Hilders, J. H; Format: Book; 58p. Title, English-Ateso, Ateso-English Dictionary. Authors, J. H. Hilders, J. C. Lawrence. Publisher, P. Shalom Publications, Incorporated. ISBN,

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When word construction brings two consonants together, either one of the consonants must be dropped or the “shadow” vowel mentioned in sub-paragraph iv above must be inserted between the consonants. These five letters, however, represent more than five sounds, for the letters E, I, O and U have two values each; a “close” value and an “open” value.

See what’s been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years. Z is replaced by S. Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. Details Collect From We will contact you if necessary. Ateso is spoken in the Teso sub-region.

A language of Uganda”. Karimojong Teso Toposa Turkana.

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Camus Maasai Ongamo Samburu. Stress does not,however, affect the length of the vowel stressed or its pitch or tone. As with many other languages, Ateso words have grammatical gender. The “au” in kau behind is pronounced “kah-oo” not “kow”. Please help improve this section by adding citations to reliable sources.


For grammatical purposes all nouns in Ateso are divided into three classes or genders: Ateso has taken a number of loanwordsprimarily from English and Swahili languages. Views Read Edit View history. In other vowel combinations, both vowels must be given their full values.

Lango Lokoya Lopit Lotuko. As a general rule, all syllables should be given equal stress, though the stem or root syllable often carries slightly more stress than other syllables. It englksh part of the Teso—Turkana language cluster. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. The correct pronunciation of these letters when formed into words can only be learned by practice.

The didtionary Whowever, can and frequently does follow a consonant:. Can I view this online? You must be logged in to Tag Records.

See table below for details. Every noun in Ateso has a prefix which varies according to the gender of the noun or according to whether the noun is singular or plural.

An English-Ateso and Ateso-English vocabulary. According to the Uganda population and housing census, over 1. This article may need to be rewritten entirely to comply with Wikipedia’s quality standards. North Burun South Burun.

There is no definite or indefinite article in Teso. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.


Retrieved 3 September Close vowels are pronounced approximately as follows:. Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: The only exception to the above rule are certain nouns denoting relationships and directions.

Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Fine — ejokuna What is your name? It should, however, be noted that the noun prefix is always dropped when the noun comes after the following pronouns or adjectives and their feminine, neuter or plural forms:.

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Uganda Bureau of Statistics. Agglutinative languages Languages of Uganda Eastern Nilotic languages. It is equally important to note that syllable pitch plays a vital part in correct pronunciation and that many words, which are spelled identically, have a different meanings according to syllable pitch. Also, an estimatedpeople in Kenya speak the language.

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Ateso numerals are from ones place to hundredth place. Southern n languages Surmic North Majang.

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