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Mande languages
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Vai (Vei) Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka ve vajštině

           
               
              Fe
Vai language
    Cu
Vai language
             
                    Ag
Vai language
             
                    Au
Vai language
    Pb
Vai language
       
     

The Vai language, alternately called Vy or Gallinas, is a Mande language, spoken by roughly 104,000 in Liberia and by smaller populations, some 15,500, in Sierra Leone
Vai dictionaryMap Liberia / Vai_language
Vai alphabet

Vai syllabary Vai syllabary Vai syllabary

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Mandinka Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka v mandinkanštině

           
               
              Fe
nee
    Cu
jaalee
jaawalee
             
                    Ag
kódi
             
                    Au
sáni
    Pb
kídíkése
       
     

Mandinka language

Lexique mandinka-français
The Mandinka language (Mandi'nka kango), or Manding, is a Mandé language spoken by the Mandinka people of Mali, Senegal, the Gambia, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Burkina Faso, Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea-Bissau and Chad; it is the main language of the Gambia. It belongs to the Manding branch of Mandé, and is thus fairly similar to Bambara and Maninka or Malinké. In a majority of areas, it is tonal language with two tones: low and high, although the particular variety spoken in the Gambia and Senegal is non-tonal and uses a pitch accent.
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Mandinka Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka v mandinkanštině

           
               
              Fe
neefiŋo
    Cu
jaaloo
             
                    Ag
kodiforoo
kodoo
    Sn
pootoo
       
                    Au
ooroo
sanoo
             
     

Mandinka_peopleMandinka - English Dictionary


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Malinke (Maninka) Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka v malinkeštině

           
          S
tibriki
   
                    Cu
sula
Dictionary
             
                    Ag
wori
             
                    Au
sanu
    Pb
kẽnde
wori_kẽnde
       
     

Maninka (Malinke), or more precisely Eastern Maninka, is the name of several closely related languages and dialects of the southeastern Manding subgroup of the Mande branch of the Niger–Congo languages. It is the mother tongue of the Malinké people and is spoken by 3,300,000 speakers in Guinea, where it is the main language in the Upper Guinea region, and Mali, where the closely related Bambara is a national language, as well as in LiberiaSenegalSierra Leone and Ivory Coast, where it has no official status. It was the language of court and government used during the Mali empire.

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Bambara Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka ve bambarštině

      O
nigazi
   
    Al
fugan
    S_kiribi
tinbiriki
   
              Fe
nɛgɛ
    Cu
siranɛgɛ
             
                    Ag
warijɛ
             
                    Au
sanu
Hg
mɛrɛkiri
           
      [Mamara Periodic Table]

Bambara, also known as Bamana, and Bamanankan by speakers of the language, is a language spoken in Mali, and to a lesser extent Burkina Faso and Senegal, by as many as six million people (80 including second language users). The Bambara language is the language of people of tBambara ethnic group, numbering about 4,000,000 people, but serves also as a lingua franca in Mali (it is estimated that about he percent of the population speak it as a first or second language). It is a Subject–object–verb language and has two tones.

 

Bambara_peopleBambara_dictionary

 


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Zialo Periodic Table of the Elements
Periodická tabulka v zialštině

           
               
              Fe
    Cu
             
                                   
                    Au
zanu
zanug
             
     

Zialo (self-identification Ziolo) is a language spoken by the Zialo people in Guinea.

The language of Zialo which belongs to the Southwestern group of the Mande branch of the Niger–Congo language family is spoken by approximately 25,000 people residing in the province of Macenta in the southeast of Guinea.

Zialo dictionarymap Zialo


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