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[22122]   [Anonymous] (1957) : Citumbuka-English, English-Citumbuka: some common useful words
[22189]   [Anonymous] (197-) : Tumbuka
[22190]   [Anonymous] (1970) : Tumbuka grammar
[22376]   [Anonymous] (1998) : Chitumbuka survey
[642]   Ambali, Aggrey , Harvey Kabwazi , Lawrence Malekano , George Mwale , Davie Chimwaza , John Ingainga , Naoki Makimoto , Setsuko Nakayama , Masahide Yuma & Yukiko Kada (2001) : Relationship between local and scientific names of fishes in Lake Malawi/Nyasa
[705]   Anaklet, G. P. (1980) : Description of derivational forms in Tumbuka
[1632]   Bartens, Angela (2000) : Ideophones and sound symbolism in Atlantic Creoles
[2960]   Botne, Robert Dale (1993) : Differenciating the auxiliaries -ti and -va in Tumbuka (N.21)
[27527]   Chavula, Jean (2018) : The polysemy of the neuter extension -ik in Citumbuka (N21) and Citonga (N15)
[26930]   Chavula, Jean Josephine (2016) : Verbal derivation and valency in Citumbuka
[4516]   Cooper, Paul V. & Oliver Rice (1965) : Tumbuka basic course: lessons 1-30 with pre-recorded tapes
[25699]   Downing, Laura J. (2010) : Prosodic Phrasing in Relative Clauses – A Comparative Look at Zulu, Chewa and Tumbuka
[26147]   Downing, Laura J. (2012) : On the (Non-)congruence of Focus and Prominence in Tumbuka
[6157]   Elmslie, Walter Angus (1923) : Introductory grammar of the Tumbuka language
[7903]   Guthrie, Malcolm (1971) : Comparative Bantu: an introduction to the comparative linguistics and prehistory of the Bantu languages, 2: Bantu prehistory, inventory and indexes
[25338]   Johnston, [Sir] Harry Hamilton (1922 [1919]) : A comparative study of the Bantu and semi-Bantu languages
[10519]   Katamba, Francis X. (Ed) (1995) : Bantu phonology and morphology
[24705]   Kimper, Wendell A. (2006) : Question Formation in the Karonga Dialect of Tumbuka
[10894]   Kishindo, Pascal J. (1998) : On the standardization of Citumbuka and Ciyao orthographies: some observations
[12731]   Maho, Jouni Filip (1995) : Calculating differences in phonological features of consonants in a sample of 25 Bantu languages
[12754]   Maho, Jouni Filip & Bonny [Eva] Sands (2002) : The languages of Tanzania: a bibliography
[13431]   McMinn, R. D. (19--) : Tumbuka vocabulary
[14241]   Moto, Francis B. (1999) : The tonal phonology of Bantu ideophones
[14299]   Moyo, C. T. (1995) : Language contact and language change: the case for chiTumbuka in Northern Malawi
[14381]   Mphande, Lupenga (1979) : Aspects of morphology of chiTumbuka and its classifier system
[14382]   Mphande, Lupenga (1989) : A phonological analysis of the ideophone in ChiTumbuka
[14383]   Mphande, Lupenga & Curtis Rice (1994) : ChiTumbuka ideophones
[14384]   Mphande, Lupenga & Curtis Rice (1995) : Chitumbuka ideophones
[14427]   Mtenje, Al[fred] D. (Ed) (1998) : Sociolinguistic surveys of four Malawian languages, with special reference to education
[14625]   Musiska, K. (1988) : A comparative study of Chitumbuka, Chinyanja, Chikhonde, and Chitonga
[16465]   Phiri, Anacklet [George] (1980) : A description of derivational forms in Tumbuka
[20099]   Turner, William Y. (1952) : Tumbuka-Tonga-English dictionary
[20101]   Turner, William Y. (1996) : ChiTumbuka, chiTonga/English & English/chiTumbuka, chiTonga dictioanry
[20218]   Vail, Hazel Leroy (1971) : The noun classes of Tumbuka
[20219]   Vail, Hazel Leroy (1972) : Aspects of the Tumbuka verb
[20221]   Vail, Hazel Leroy (1976) : The grammar of the Tumbuka language
[21611]   Young, T. Cullen (1923) : Notes on the speech and history of the Tumbuka-Henga peoples
[21612]   Young, T. Cullen (1932) : Notes on the speech of the Tumbuka-Kamanga peoples in the northern province of Nyasaland
[21613]   Young, T. Cullen (1932) : Three medicine-men in northern Nyasaland