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Chaha is a Semitic language spoken in central Ethiopia, mainly within the Gurage Zone in the Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples Region and by speakers of the language who have settled in Ethiopian cities, especially Addis Ababa. Chaha is known to many phonologists and morphologists for its very complex morphophonology.
According to Ethnologue, the dialects of Chaha are Chaha (čäxa), Ezha (äža), Gumer, Gura, Gyeto (or Gyeta, gʸäta), and Muher (mʷäxǝr). However, some of these are sometimes considered languages in their own right. In particular, Muher diverges so much from the other dialects that it is not necessarily even treated as a member of the Western Gurage group to which Chaha belongs. This article focuses on the Chaha dialect, which has been studied more than the others. Unless otherwise indicated, all examples are Chaha.
Chaha is written in the Ge'ez, or Ethiopic, writing system, originally developed for the now-extinct Ge'ez language and familiar today in its use for Amharic and Tigrinya. Although there are still relatively few texts in the language, three novels have appeared in the Chaha dialect (by Sahlä Sǝllase and Gäbräyäsus Haylämaryam). To represent the palatalized consonants not found in Ge'ez, Amharic, or Tigrinya, new sets of characters were introduced to the script.
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