The PEDIGREE of
First Speaker of Chadic

    Note: The Chadic language family is strongly correlated with an otherwise rare Y-chromosome haplogroup, suggesting a migration from the Middle East. The position of Chadic in Afrasian is unclear.


 "Child(ren)":       West Chadic (Hausa : Angas : Bole-Tangale : Ron : Bade-Warji : Zaar : Shirawa)   ;   East Chadic (Kera : Nancere : Somrai : Dangla : Mokulu : Sokoro)   ;   Masa   ;   Luri   ;  poss.   First Speaker of Biu-Mandara
 poss. "Partner(s)":       R1b-V88 y-Haplogroup
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/-- First Advanced Speaker   +====> [ 28]
/-- First Speaker of Afro-Khoisan
/-- First Speaker of Early Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Middle Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Late Pan-afroasian
/-- First Speaker of Congo-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Caucaso-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Dene-Nostratic
/-- First Speaker of Amerindo-Nostratic
/-- poss.  First Speaker of Nostratic  (ca 15,000 BC)
/-- First Speaker of Nostratic, African Branch
/-- First Speaker of Afroasiatic  (13,000? BC)
/   | OR: First Speaker of Afroasiatic [Starostin Model]   +====> [ 36]
/-- First Speaker of Erythraean  (12,000? BC)
/-- First Speaker of North Afrasian  (10,000? BC)
/-- First Speaker of Proto West Boreafrasian
/   | or: some other point in the Afrasian tree
- First Speaker of Chadic
 

 
  (poss.) ``3-Great Grandchild:''       First Speaker of Mandara
 

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