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Soninke language resources



Soninke is spoken on a daily basis in: Gambia, Mali, Mauritania

Encyclopedia resources on Soninke
Songhay languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Its largest member is Zarma (Djerma), a major language of Niger with 2 million speakers spoken ... Soninke no , other Mande na ), the negative na (found in a couple of Manding dialects) and negative ...

Mauritania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...day Mauritania and the ancestors of the Soninke . The Bafours were primarily agriculturalist, among ... Yemeni Beni Hassan tribe, became the dominant language among the largely nomadic population. ...

Niger-Congo languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...spoken in West Africa; includes Bambara , the main language spoken in Mali , as well as Soninke , a language spoken mainly in Mali but also in Senegal and Mauritania . Atlantic : includes Wolof , spoken in ...

List of languages by number of native speakers - Wikipedia, the free ...
...list of languages ordered by number of first-language speakers , with some data for second-language ... 1 million (1997) Soninke Niger-Congo , Mande Official in Senegal . National language of Mali . Significant ...

List of ISO 639 codes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...codes is sorted by language name in the third column. Two codes for special situations ( mul ... Soninke wen   Sorbian languages nso   Sotho, Northern ; Pedi; Sepedi sot st Sotho, Southern sai   South ...

History of Mauritania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...and the ancestors of the Soninke . Continued Arab -Berber migration drove indigenous black Africans ... the Beni Hassan tribe, became the dominant language among the largely nomadic population. Aristocrat ...

Bozo people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...river." Their languages, belonging to the Soninke-Bozo subgroup of Northwestern Mande languages , have traditionally been considered dialects of one language, though in reality there are at least four ...

Bambara Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...against his neighbors, the Fulani , the Soninke , and the Mossi ; he also attacked Tomboctou , though ... Pre-colonial Malian History (French language) [ edit ] Notes Qtd. in Davidson 245. Retrieved from " http ...

ISO 639 - Wikipédia
Interlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association) ina ia interlingue Interlingue ile ie inuktitut ... soninké Soninke snk sorabes, langues Sorbian languages wen sotho du Nord Sotho, Northern nso sotho du Sud ...

ISO 639 - Wikipedia
...guidelines and general principles for language coding ISO 639-5 :2006? Codes for the representation of ... Soninke [[]] wen   Sorbian languages nso   Northern Sotho [[]] sot st Southern Sotho [[]] sai   South American ...



Academic resources on Soninke
Baltimore - Advanced Search
Soninke Sorbian languages Sotho South American Indian Southern Sotho Spanish Sukuma Sumerian Sundanese Susu Swahili Swazi Swedish Syriac Tagalog Tahitian Tajik Tamashek Tamil Tatar Telugu Temne Tereno ...

MIT Libraries' Catalog - Barton - Basic Search of Full Catalog
Soninke Sorbian languages Sotho South American Indian Southern Sotho Spanish Sukuma Sumerian Sundanese Susu Swahili Swazi Swedish Syriac Tagalog Tahitian Tajik Tamashek Tamil Tatar Telugu Temne Tereno ...

Djenné People
Djenné is the oldest known city in sub-Saharan Africa. Founded between 850 and 1200 A.D. by Soninke merchants, Djenn served as a trading post between the traders from the western and central Sudan ...

Suffolk University Dakar Campus, Dakar, Senegal
Soninke (1.1%) European and Lebanese (1.0%) Each ethnic group has its own language or dialect. Traditionally, Wolofs, members of the dominant group, reside in cities, while other ...

Mali
...in the area along the Malian-Mauritanian frontier and dominated by the Soninke people, was a powerful trading state from about A.D. 700 to 1075. The Malinke Kingdom of Mali ...

Civilizations in Africa: Mali
Senegal region with people speaking Niger-Kongo languages, the central Mande states occupied by Soninke and Mandinke, and the region of Gao occupied by people who spoke Songhay.    The historical ...

Civilizations in Africa: Ghana
...built on the southern edge of Berber populations. Eventually the state became dominated by the Soninke , a Mande speaking people living in the region bordering the Sahara. They built their capital city ...

World of the Mande
...groups: the Bambara, Malink*, Wasuluka, Dyula, Somono, Bozo, Kagoro, Khasonke, Marka, and Soninke, and the forest groups: the Kuranko, Kono, Vai, Susu, and Yalunka. The Mande people are renowned for ...

UCLA Wolof Home page
Sans papier: News and government articles with option to view in Wolof, Bambara, Soninke. http://www.eb.com/cgi-bin/g?pt-1&sort=relevance&DBase=Articles&hits =10&keywords=Wolof+language=%28af.+lang.%29 ...

http://www.personal.psu.edu/staff/s/p/spb3/bamana.html
New York, Crown Publishers, 1982. Oudiary Makan Dantioko. Contes et légendes Soninké . Paris, CILF/ Edicef. 1978. Maurice Delafosse. Traditions historiques et légendaires du Soudan Occidental. ...



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Government resources on Soninke
Mauritania : Country Studies - Federal Research Division, Library of ...
Soninké Wolof Bambara Religious Life Origins of Islam Tenets of Islam Brotherhoods ...

USMARC Code List for Languages Changes (Library of Congress)
...sas Santali sat Sign languages sgn Soninke snk Tai (Other) tai Tetum ...

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 -- Mali
Mande 50% (Bambara, Malinke, Soninke), Peul 17%, Voltaic 12%, Songhai 6%, Tuareg and Moor 10%, other 5% Religions: Muslim 90%, indigenous beliefs 9%, Christian 1% Languages: French (official ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Mauritania
40%, Moor 30%, black 30% Religions: Muslim 100% Languages: Arabic (official), Pulaar, Soninke, French, Hassaniya, Wolof Literacy: definition: age 15 and over can read and write total ...

Mauritania (09/05)
Ethnic groups: Arab-Berber (White Moor), Arab-Berber-Negroid (Black Moor), Haalpulaar, Soninke, Wolof (Black African Mauritanians). Religion: Islam. Languages: Arabic (official), Hassaniya (Arabic ...

Peace Corps | World Wise Schools | Country Information
15, 3% over 65 Literacy: 37.7% over age 10 (1995) Languages: Hasaniya Arabic (official), Pular, Soninke, Wolof (official) Religions: Muslim 100% Natural Resources: Iron ore, gypsum, fish, copper ...

HUD Metadata Implementation Tool
Slovak [ISO 639-2/B] Slovak [ISO 639-2/T] Slovenian Sogdian Somali Songhai Soninke Sorbian languages Sotho, Northern Sotho, Southern South American Indian (Other) Southern Sami South Ndebele Sukuma Sumerian ...

MARC Language Codes: Part II: CODE SEQUENCE
Soninke sog Sogdian som Somali son Songhai sot Sotho spa Spanish srd Sardinian srr Serer ssa Nilo-Saharan (Other) -sso Sotho ssw Swazi suk Sukuma sun Sundanese sus Susu sux Sumerian swa Swahili swe Swedish -swz Swazi syr Syriac -tag ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Field Listing - Ethnic groups
South Indians, Sinhalese, Arabs Mali Mande 50% (Bambara, Malinke, Soninke), Peul 17%, Voltaic 12%, Songhai 6%, Tuareg and Moor 10%, other 5% Malta Maltese (descendants of ancient ...



".org" resources on Soninke
Home Page
...e T h e y ? The Soninke have many names: the Soninke, Serakole, Sarakole, or Serahule. At one time they were even known as the Wakore or Wangara. The Soninke speak one of the ...

soninke | The Santaclausians Network
...tags in Newsletter type The Santaclausians Network newsletter Syndicate Home » user account soninke view track History Albums: Audio: listen to the most recent audio files added Blog: view recent blog entries ...

Soninke - Information for Prayer
Soninke Prayer profile of Soninke in Senegal (Bethany World Prayer Center) Prayer profile for Soninke (WEC) More prayer information for Soninke Prayer points for the Soninke (Greater ...

S O N I N K E
The Soninke sell the peanuts and trade rice. Other places the Soninke are located are Mauritania and the Republic of Mali. Because trade is so big among the Soninke, they are ...

S O N I N K E
...h a t I s T h e i r C o m m u n i t y L i k e ? It was once very common for Soninke men to have several wives, if they could afford it. However, today, men prefer to have ...

S O N I N K E
...in the upcoming year. Today, many of the Soninke are Muslim. They often times have small mosques throughout the village. The Soninke believe that not only are they protected by ...

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

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

Soninke and Chinese legends of the Slayer of the Snake God - ColorQ ...
Soninke and Chinese legends of the Slayer of the Snake God The Chinese recorded the legend Li Ji Slays The Snake in Sou Shen Ji, a collection of supernatural tales. Li Ji was said to have lived in the ...

Mande Language Family
West, Northwest, Soninke-Dzuun, Soninke-Bobo, Bobo West, Northwest, Soninke-Dzuun, Soninke-Bobo, Soninke-Boso, Soninke West, Northwest, Soninke-Dzuun, Soninke-Bobo, Soninke-Boso, Boso East ...



Commercial resources on Soninke

The Soninke language (Soninke: Soninkanxaane) is a Mande language spoken by the Soninke people of West Africa. The language has an estimated 1,096,795 speakers, primarily located in Mali, but also within Cte d'Ivoire, The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mauritania, and Senegal.




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