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Mandinka language resources



Mandinka is spoken on a daily basis in: Guinea-Bissau, Gambia, Senegal

Encyclopedia resources on Mandinka
Mandinka language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandinka_language " Categories : Niger-Congo language stubs | Mande languages | Languages of the Gambia | Languages of Guinea-Bissau | Languages of Senegal Views Article Discussion ...

Mandinka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation , search Mandinka may refer to: The Mandinka language The Mandinka people A song from the 1988 Sinéad O'Connor album The Lion and the Cobra This is a ...

The Gambia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...in The Gambia with a minimum of intertribal friction, each preserving its own language and traditions. The Mandinka tribe is the largest, followed by the Fula , Wolof , Jola , and Serahule . Approximately ...

Category:Niger-Congo language stubs - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mandinka language Manyika language M cont. Masaba language Mbum language Mbum languages Mbum-Day languages Mende language Merindinlogun Mlomp language Molengue language Mono language (Congo) More language N ...

Fula language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit. Jump to: navigation , search Fula ... Mandinka people Fula . The Fula call themselves Fulbe (plural), Pullo (singular). Speakers of western ...

Bambara language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Bambara belongs to a group of closely-related languages called Manding (related to Mandinka , Mande language group). It is an SOV language and has two tones . The subject is usually followed by an ...

Wolof language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...of the population use it as a first language. The official language of the Gambia is English. The Gambia's dominant languages, Mandinka (40%), Wolof (15%) and Fula (15%), also have official status. In ...

List of languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
More structured lists are also available: Language families and languages ISO 639 List of languages by ... Mandinka Manipuri Mansi (Vogul) ( Finno-Ugric ) Manx (Manx Gaelic) Maori Mapudungun (Mapuche) Marathi Mari ...

Songhay languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its largest member is Zarma (Djerma), a major language of Niger with 2 million speakers spoken ... Mandinka -ri , Bambara -li process nouns), -ncè (ethnonymic, cf. Soninke -nke , Mandinka -nka ), -anta ...

Music of Senegal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Band gradually added more indigenous elements, including the talking tama drum and Wolof- or Mandinka-language lyrics. Star Band disintegrated into numerous groups, with Pape Seck 's Number One du ...



Academic resources on Mandinka
The Oral Tradition - The Story of The Mandinka Epic
Mandinka Epic is a compilation of songs and short stories that gives a brief chronological history of the Mali Empire that was lead by the Mandinka tribe. The Mandinka Epic ...

The Oral Tradition - The Mandinka Epic
...sabars and tamas (types of drums) and the 21-string kora (a harp lute). The Mandinka Epic is a beautiful and inspiring narrative production of a famous period in African ...

Roderic Knight, Africa, Gambia, Mande, Mandinka, kora ...
...research is on the music of the Mandinka of West Africa, and more specifically, a 21-string bridge harp called the kora. I have also studied Mandinka drumming. The Mandinka Kora Mandinka drumming I have ...

Maninka
52 (1951), pp. 111-113 Gordon Innes, ed. and trans. 1974. Sunjata: Three Mandinka Versions . London, School of Oriental and African Studies. Kanku Madi Jabaté. 1987. L'Histoire du Mande ...

Eric Charry's Home Page
...in the 13th century. Contents Mande Music: Traditional and Modern Music of the Maninka and Mandinka of Western Africa Music Resources Wesleyan University Music Department African Studies at Wesleyan about ...

St. Mary's College of Maryland 2002 Gambia Field Study Handbook
St. Mary's College of Maryland 2002 Gambia Field Study Handbook Gambia Student Handbook Mandinka and Wolof Vocabulary Print Version (PDF) from the 2002 Handbook. Gambian Languages ...

Virtual Instrument Museum
...koras are played in electrified dance bands and with drums. References Knight, Roderic. 1973. Mandinka Jaliya: Professional Music of The Gambia. 2 vols. Ph.D. dissertation, UCLA. Knight, Roderic (dir ...

N'KO
...and Mandinka (closely related to Bambara) in particular, could be written. Another of his goals was to increase people's knowledge of Islam by translating the Quran into Mandinka and writing it in N ...

St. Mary's College of Maryland - The Gambia - Research, Exchange and ...
Zaire), Guinea, and Senegal in addition to The Gambia, and is able to converse with Mandinka, French, Wolof and Fulfulde speakers in the region. He is serving his final year as ...

BU | African Studies Center | Language Study | Introduction |
Regularly offered languages now include Hausa, Mandinka/ Bambara, and Swahili; each of these is offered through the third-year level ...



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Government resources on Mandinka
CIA - The World Factbook -- Senegal
Wolof 43.3%, Pular 23.8%, Serer 14.7%, Jola 3.7%, Mandinka 3%, Soninke 1.1%, European and Lebanese 1%, other 9.4% Religions: Muslim 94%, indigenous beliefs 1%, Christian 5% (mostly Roman Catholic ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Gambia, The
African 99% (Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Serahuli 9%, other 4%), non-African 1% Religions: Muslim 90%, Christian 9%, indigenous beliefs 1% Languages: English (official ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Gambia, The
African 99% (Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Serahuli 9%, other 4%), non-African 1% Religions: Muslim 90%, Christian 9%, indigenous beliefs 1% Languages: English (official ...

Peace Corps | World Wise Schools | Stories
...every night to tutor the school children. "Mr. Njie could speak perfect Mandinka," she added. "You can't speak Mandinka at all. "Mr. Njie spent every waking hour in the village. Mr. Njie never ...

Peace Corps | Learn About Peace Corps | Where Does Peace Corps Work ...
French, Jaxanke, Mandinka, Pulaar, Pulafuuta, Seereer, Wolof     Sources   Read our privacy and freedom of information policies.

CIA - The World Factbook -- Senegal
Wolof 43.3%, Pular 23.8%, Serer 14.7%, Jola 3.7%, Mandinka 3%, Soninke 1.1%, European and Lebanese 1%, other 9.4% Religions: Muslim 94%, indigenous beliefs 1%, Christian 5% (mostly Roman Catholic ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Languages
...official), Fang, Myene, Nzebi, Bapounou/Eschira, Bandjabi Gambia, The English (official), Mandinka, Wolof, Fula, other indigenous vernaculars Gaza Strip Arabic, Hebrew (spoken by Israeli ...

Peace Corps | World Wise Schools | Country Information
...age 15, 3% over 65 Literacy: 38.6% over age 15 (1995) Languages: English (official), Mandinka, Wolof, Fula, and other indigenous vernaculars Religions: Muslim 90%, Christian 9%, indigenous ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Ethnic groups
...including 10,700 French and 11,000 persons of dual nationality Gambia, The African 99% (Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Serahuli 9%, other 4%), non-African 1% Gaza Strip ...

Gambia, The (11/05)
2003 census): 1.36 million. Annual growth rate (2001 - 2003): 2.77%. Ethnic groups (1993 census): Mandinka 39.5%, Fula 18.8%, Wolof 14.6%, Jola 10.6%, Serahule 8.9%, Serere 7.8%, Krio/Aku Marabout 1.8 ...



".org" resources on Mandinka
Mandinka language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Study on the Writing of Mandinka in Arabic script , 1963. [ edit ] External links Wolof and Mandinka resources , including a grammar and dictionary Electronic books in Mandinka , freely downloadable in the PDF ...

Mandinka of The Gambia
Mandinka of The Gambia T he Mandinka people of West Africa number over one million and reside in The Gambia, Senegal and Guinea Bissau. They are an attractive people who guard their ...

Mandinka - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...the link to point directly to the intended article. Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandinka " Category : Disambiguation Views Article Discussion Edit this page History Personal tools Sign in ...

Mandinka people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the same century, they spread from the area that is now Mali , carving out a large empire. Mandinka now number over three million and reside in many countries throughout West Africa: Burkina Faso , ...

American Overseas Digital Library -- African Language Materials ...
Portable Document Format (PDF). You can download a free copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader here . Mandinka Language Ebooks Author Title Catalog Record Full Text Jaban, Kitabu, W.H.O. Jiidoo sotoo jaatikendeyaa ...

Mandinka Balafon Music
Mandinka Balafon Music The mandinka balafon is of particular interest to me. I recently completed building my own instrument, basing my work on measurements taken from an instrument owned by the ...

Mandinka - Wikipedia
Mandinka aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie Wechseln zu: Navigation , Suche Dieser Artikel erläutert die Ethnie der Mandinka; für die gleichnamige Spache der Madinka siehe Mandinka (Sprache) . Der ...

Pray
...season so that their families will be adequately provided for during their absence. MANDINKA OF THE GAMBIA, SENEGAL AND GUINEA-BISSAU (man-DINK-uh). In every Mandinka family ...

Joshua Project 2000 - Mandinka (Sose) Profile
Joshua Project 2000 - Unreached People Profile Mandinka (Sose) Click here for updated Joshua Project profile. Register your commitment to this people Ministry commitment and activity registrations are now ...

Mali Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kingdom filled the power vacuum and conquered many surrounding peoples including the Mandinka. When the Mandinka were conquered the Soso king, Sumanguru Kante , executed his brother, the Mandinka king ...



Commercial resources on Mandinka

The Mandinka language is a Mand language spoken by some 1.2 million Mandinka people in Mali, Senegal, The Gambia, and Guinea-Bissau; it is the main language of The Gambia. It belongs to the Manding branch of Mand, and is thus fairly similar to Bambara.


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