The temne (or themne ) is a Atlantic Langue of the family of the nigéro-Congolese Langues, spoken in the province about North in Sierra Leone by nearly a million and half to anybody like native tongue, and per less than one million like common language. It is the language of the Peuple temne.
WritingThe temne is written with the Latin alphabet. There were different conventions orthographical but the schools of Sierra Leone uses only an orthography now. The alphabet is based on the African Alphabet of reference with digraphs.
Old orthographies use the ȧ/Ȧ (has with superscribed point) instead of ʌ/Ʌ.
- Some words and phrases
- alphabetical Système of the language themne, Systèmes alphabetical of the African languages according to Alphabets of African languages UNESCO-SIL 1993.
- Themne, SIL ethnologue.com
- Themne, UCLA Phonetics Lab Archive
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