Lwitaxo (also: Lwitakho, Luidakho) is a Bantu language from South East Kenya which I had the opportunity to study back in 2010. I, along with about 15 other Indiana University linguistics students, had the chance to work with a native speaker of Lwitaxo who was attending IU for grad school. The course was called “Field Methods of Linguistics” and the goal was for us to create a descriptive grammar of the language via interviews with our informant.
This post is only for the sake of preserving the work I did by making the final paper of the course (the descriptive grammar + a short dictionary) available for anyone interested in viewing it.
The pdf is available here, and you can find the latex source files on my github account.