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Wörterbuch der Ovambo-Sprache
Category: African languages, Dictionaries (African) | Author: hujok | (04.01.13)   
Updated: 27.06.2013 - 16:33

Wörterbuch der Ovambo-Sprache
Author: Toenjes, Hermann
Publisher: Berlin: G. Reimer
Publication date: 1910
Format / Quality: pdf
Size: 15MB
Die Sprache der Ovambo ist das Oshivambo. Dieses wird allerdings in Angola nur in der Form der Dialekte gesprochen, die den verschiedenen Gruppen eigen sind.


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