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[494]   Alemayehu Daniel (2003) : The noun phrase in Hadiyya
[24058]   Crass, Joachim (2005) : Hadiyya
[24820]   Crass, Joachim (2007) : Libido
[26534]   Crass, Joachim (2014) : The Asymmetry of Verbal Markedness in Libido
[5225]   Desta Tito (1989) : Nominalisation patterns in Hadiyya
[5601]   Dolgopolʼskij, Aron B. (1973) : Materiali po leksike yazika hadiya [Lexical materials of Hadiyya]
[9170]   Hudson, Grover (1976) : Paradigmatic initiation of a sound change in Hadiyya
[11135]   Korhonen, Elsa , Mirja Saksa & Ronald J. Sim (1986) : A dialect study of Kambaata-Hadiyya (Ethiopia) ; part 1
[11136]   Korhonen, Elsa , Mirja Saksa & Ronald J. Sim (1986) : A dialect study of Kambaata-Hadiyya (Ethiopia) ; part 2: appendices
[12075]   Leslau, Wolf (1985) : The liquid l in Hadiyya and in West Gurage
[13921]   Moges Yigezu (1984) : Hadiya verb morphology
[22989]   Perrett, Denise L. (1993) : The switch-reference phenomena in Hadiyya: a labeled deductive system perspective
[16560]   Plazikowsky-Brauner, Herma (1960) : Die Hadiya-Sprache
[16563]   Plazikowsky-Brauner, Herma (1964) : Wörterbuch der Hadiya-Sprache
[18565]   Sim, Ronald J. (1985) : The morphological structure of some main verb forms in Hadiyya
[18568]   Sim, Ronald J. (1988) : Violations of the two-consonant constraint in Hadiyya
[18569]   Sim, Ronald J. (1989) : Predicate conjoining in Hadiyya: a head-driven PS grammar
[18570]   Sim, Ronald J. (1991) : Hadiyya’s other causative?
[18563]   Sim, Ronald J. & Elsa Korhonen (1984) : Frequency of verbs: is our translation natural?
[19094]   Stinson, D. Lloyd (1976) : Two Cushitic languages, 2: Hadiyya
[19670]   Tigist Desalegn (2003) : A contrastive study of Hadiyya and Amharic
[20808]   Wedekind, Klaus (1994) : [Corrections/comments to SIL’s Ethiopian map]
[20818]   Wedekind, Klaus (2002) : Updating linguistic maps
[21598]   Yirga Ejigu (1986) : The structure of simple declarative sentences in Hadiyya
[27431]   Zelealem [Mollaligne] Leyew (2016) : The Description of Colour Terms in Ethiopian Languages