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ISO 639-3: kaj

The combined catalog of all OLAC participants contains the following resources that are relevant to this language:

Other known names and dialect names: Kache, Kaje, Kajji

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Language descriptions

  1. ONLINEGlottolog 4.4 Resources for Jju. n.a. 2021. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology. oai:glottolog.org:jjuu1238
  2. ONLINEAcoustical characteristics of fortis and lenis consonants in Tyap and Jju. McKinney, Norris P. 1991. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:71752
  3. ONLINEJju linguistics consultant report. Harley, Matthew; Norton, Russell J. 2019. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:81168
  4. ONLINEParticipant identification in Kaje narrative. McKinney, Norris P. 1978. Summer Institute of Linguistics. oai:sil.org:8512
  5. ONLINETemporal characteristics of fortis stops and affricates in Tyap and Jju. McKinney, Norris P. 1990. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:85411

Other resources about the language

  1. The Bajju of Central Nigeria: a case study of religious and social change. McKinney, Carol V. 1985. Graduate Institute of Applied Linguistics Library. oai:gial.edu:830
  2. A linguistic shift in Kaje, Kagoro, and Katab kinship terminology. McKinney, Carol V. 1983. [Pittsburgh : University of Pittsburgh]. oai:gial.edu:23318
  3. ONLINEJju: a language of Nigeria. n.a. 2018. SIL International. oai:ethnologue.com:kaj
  4. Oral traditions: a key to understanding the community. McKinney, Carol V. 1996. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:960
  5. Retention of traditional religious beliefs by Bajju Christians. McKinney, Carol V. 1986. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:1025
  6. Worldview reflected in Bajju proverbs. McKinney, Carol V.; McKinney, Norris P. 2003. SIL International and University of Texas at Arlington. oai:sil.org:8845
  7. The Bajju of central Nigeria: a case study of religious and social change. McKinney, Carol V. 1985. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:9788
  8. ONLINEWives and sisters: Bajju marital patterns. McKinney, Carol V. 1992. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:34994
  9. Plural verb roots in Kaje. McKinney, Carol V. 1979. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:35040
  10. ONLINEWhich language: Trade or minority?. McKinney, Carol V. 1990. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:35060
  11. ONLINEThe fortis feature in Jju (Kaje): An initial study. McKinney, Norris P. 1984. SIL Language and Culture Archives. oai:sil.org:35064
  12. Baranzan's People: An Ethnohistory of the Bajju of the Middle Belt of Nigeria. McKinney, Carol V. 2019. SIL International. oai:sil.org:77405
  13. Bajju Christian Conversion in the Middle Belt of Nigeria. McKinney, Carol V. 2019. SIL International. oai:sil.org:77406
  14. Bajju Christian Conversion in the Middle Belt of Nigeria, ePub Edition. McKinney, Carol V. 2019. SIL International. oai:sil.org:81283
  15. Baranzan's People: An Ethnohistory of the Bajju of the Middle Belt of Nigeria, ePub Edition. McKinney, Carol V. 2019. SIL International. oai:sil.org:82211

Other known names and dialect names: Kache, Kaje, Kajji

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