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E. Gamo and Gofa), Kullo-Konta, Malo, and Oyda, is 908,000. 1,100,000 This is cited in Azeb (1996: 111) as the approximate population of speakers, and is based on OPHCC. (1991: 48) The 1984 population and housing census of Ethiopia: Analytical report at the national level. Addis Ababa: Office of the Population and Housing Census Commission, Central Statistical Authority, which unfortunately I could not access. 1,152,426 This is cited in Hirut (1999: 1) as the population of Wolaytta native speakers, and is based on the census of 1987, which I also could not access.
Anthropos 88: 555-557. Lamberti, Marcello (1994) Sulla classificazione dell ―Omotico‖ [On the classification of Omotic]. ) Sem Cam Iafet (Atti della 7a giornati di stude Camito-Semitici-Indoeuropei, Milano, 1o giugno 1993), [Shem Ham Yapheth (proceedings of the 7th day of Hamito-Semito-Indoeuropean studies, Milano, June 1, 1993)], 99-126. Linton, Gus et al. (1965) Gidole language project. Peace Corps, Ethiopia ms. (edited and retyped by M. L. Bender) Moreno, Martino Mario (1938) Introduzione alla lingua Ometo [Introduction to the Ometo language].
Proceedings of the seventh international conference of Ethiopian studies, University of Lund, 26-29 April, 1982, 25-30. Addis Ababa: Institute of Ethiopian 32 Studies, Uppsala: Scandinavian Institute of African Studies, East Lansing: African Studies Center, Michigan State University. Zaborski, Andrzej (1986) Can Omotic be reclassified as West Cushitic? In: G. ) Ethiopian studies. Proceedings of the sixth international conference of Ethiopian studies, Tel-Aviv, 14-17 April, 1980, 525-529. Rotterdam, Boston: A.
A Descriptive Study of the Modern Wolaytta Language (Omotic) by Wakasa, Motomichi