Basa Swahili

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Swahili
Kiswahili
Dipaké di Tanzania, DR Congo, Kenya, Mozambique (mostly Mwani), Burundi, Rwanda, Somalia, Uganda,[1] Comoros, Mayotte and the margins of Zambia, Malawi, Madagascar and South Sudan Kaping dijieun 2012
Jumlah panyatur 5 million (2007)[2] to 15 million
Rungkun basa Niger-Kongo
Aksara Latin script (Roman Swahili alphabet),
Arabic script (Arabic Swahili alphabet)
Swahili Braille
Status resmi
Basa resmi di Citakan:Country data Tanzania Tanzania
Citakan:Country data Kenya Kenya
Uganda Uganda
Citakan:Country data Democratic Republic of the Congo Democratic Republic of the Congo
Citakan:Country data Comoros Comoros
Zanzibar Zanzibar
African Union
East African Community
Diatur ku Baraza la Kiswahili la Taifa (Tanzania), Chama cha Kiswahili cha Taifa (Kenya)
Kode-kode basa
ISO 639-1 sw
ISO 639-2 swa
ISO 639-3 variously:
swc — Congo Swahili
swh — Coastal Swahili
ymk — [[Makwe]]
wmw — [[Mwani]]
Maeneo penye wasemaji wa Kiswahili.png

Swahili nyaéta basa indung urang Swahili (atawa Waswahili) anu dumuk di kiduleun Somalia nepi ka Mozambik nu watesna Tanzania. Basa Swahili digunakeun ku 10.000.000 jalma minangka basa utama. Basa Swahili ogé dipaké di sapanjang garis basisir Afrika Wétan. Swahili ogé diajarkeun di universitas-universitas utama di dunya jeung sawatara média internasional kayaning BBC, Voice of America jeung Xinhua nu miboga program basa Swahili. Swahili jadi basa nasional atawa basa resmi keur nagara-nagara: Tanzania, Kénya, Uganda, Comoros sarta Républik Demokratik Kongo.[3]

Rujukan[édit | édit sumber]

  1. Thomas J. Hinnebusch, 1992, "Swahili", International Encyclopedia of Linguistics, Oxford, pp. 99–106
    David Dalby, 1999/2000, The Linguasphere Register of the World's Languages and Speech Communities, Linguasphere Press, Volume Two, pg. 733–735
    Benji Wald, 1994, "Sub-Saharan Africa", Atlas of the World's Languages, Routledge, pp. 289–346, maps 80, 81, 85
  2. Nationalencyklopedin "Världens 100 största språk 2007" The World's 100 Largest Languages in 2007
  3. Fakta-fakta Bahasa Swahili (diakses 11 Desember 2015)