Proto–Afroasiatic is the hypothetical proto-language from which all modern Afroasiatic languages are descended. It is believed by scholars to have been spoken as a single language around 8,000 BCE in modern day Ethiopia and Southern Sudan.
The following table shows consonant correspondences in Afroasiatic languages, along with some reconstructed consonants for Proto-Afroasiatic.
# under special conditions
#Symbols with dots underneath are emphatic consonants (variously glottalized, ejective or pharyngealized).
#Transcription of Ancient Egyptian follows Allen (2000); see Transliteration of Ancient Egyptian. The following are possible values for the non-IPA symbols used for Ancient Egyptian: = ; = ; = , or ejective .
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