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Karamojong is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken in north-eastern Uganda.
Karamojong is a Nilotic language of the Nilo-Saharan language family spoken by at least 370,000 people in Uganda. The name approximates to "the old men sat down", dating from a time of migration 300 or more years ago when this group refused to travel further on to what is now Teso. They are a cattle-keeping people practising transhumance which is reflected in the language as are their traditional religious beliefs; settled cultivation is relatively recent and thus words associated with this are usually borrowed from neighboring languages or from languages introduced by, or as a result of, colonialism: English, Luganda, Kiswahili. Modern technical words come from these also.
Closely related languages and dialects are spoken by many more peoples including the Jie, ŋiDodos, iTeso (Uganda), ŋiTurkana, iTesyo (Kenya), Jiye, ŋiToposa, (southern Sudan), also by at least one tribe in Ethiopia.
Pronunciation is phonetic (similar to Spanish), except as otherwise noted. There are no letters "F", "H" "Q", "X" or "Z" (but see next paragraph). "Ŋ" (or "ng" – as in "singing") and "Ny" are consonants in their own right. Sometimes "P" sounds more like "F" in English (so, when learning English, Karamojong speakers sometimes confuse these sounds). "L" and "R" are NOT confused. There is tendency to mouth a silent "O" or "U" on the end of some words ending with consonants. Adjacent vowels are usually pronounced without diphthongs.
The Roman alphabet is used, orthography rules were established by Missionaries in the 1960s. These rules varied slightly between the mainly British Anglicans and the mainly Italian Roman Catholics. The most obvious example of this is the sound which is halfway between an "S" as in "sausage" and "th" as in "think". This was tendered by the Anglicans as "th" and the RCs as "z". These days both "s" and "th" are used, "z" rarely.
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