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[22008]   [Anonymous] (19--) : English-Kisukuma dictionary
[22009]   [Anonymous] (19--) : Kisukuma-English dictionary
[22010]   [Anonymous] (19--) : A kiSukuma-English dictionary
[22013]   [Anonymous] (19--) : Grammar of the Kisukuma language
[22183]   [Anonymous] (1969) : KiSukuma language course
[25522]   Atindogbé, Gratien G. (2012) : On the typology of directional verbs in Bantu A (Barombi, Isubu, Mokpe, and Oroko)
[26429]   Atindogbé, Gratien G. , Nancy Nyindem & Doris Richter gen. Kemmermann (2013) : Isubu dictionary
[1773]   Batibo, Herman M. (1981) : Some hypotheses on the origin of tonal displacement in Kisukuma: a study based on comparative Bantu tonology
[25553]   Batibo, Herman M. (2012) : Can tone shift be regarded as tone depression in Shisukuma?
[3328]   Brown, Gillian (1968) : The dialect situation in Bugisu
[5676]   Downey, [Miss] (1---) : KiSukuma grammar, with a suggested seven-vowel orthography for kiSukuma
[7160]   Georgi, C. (1934) : Kisuaheli
[8679]   Herroelen, P. (1957) : Commentaires sur “Quelques noms vernaculaires d’animaux très communes au Congo belge en dialectes du groupe lingala et en kisuku” [von C. Lemmens et J. Pouchet]
[8684]   Hess, Charles (1---) : Fragments of Kisukuma-English dictionary
[10238]   Kahigi, Kulikoyela K. (2000) : Urefu wa irabu katika Kisumbwa [Vowel length in Kisumbwa]
[10326]   Kamoga, Fred[erick] Katabazi (1971) : Lugisu instructions
[10685]   Kershner, Tiffany L. (2002) : The verb in Chisukwa: aspect, tense and time
[22626]   Kershner, Tiffany L. (2002) : Imperfectivity in Chisukwa
[10774]   Kiessling, Roland (2004) : “The giraffes burst throw emerge climb pass through the roof of the hut”: verbal serialisation in the West Ring languages (Isu, Weh, Aghem)
[25165]   Kiessling, Roland (2010) : Focalisation and defocalisation in Isu
[25527]   Kiessling, Roland (2012) : Extensive is up, intensive is down: the vertical directional background of the adverbials k/ vs. ts/ in Isu
[25935]   Kiessling, Roland (2012) : High vowel reduplication and infix genesis in Isu (West Ring)
[27707]   Kiessling, Roland (2006) : Woher kommen die Infixe im Isu (Kameruner Grasland)?
[25574]   Kiessling, Roland , Britta Neumann & Doreen Schröter (2012) : “What can I offer my child?” – How to impose on others in Isu (Grassfields Bantu)
[25606]   Kiessling, Roland, with the assistance of B.M. Wung (2011) : Verbal Serialisation in Isu (West Ring) – a Grassfields Language of Cameroon
[10846]   Kindija, Kulwa Abel (2003) : The syllable representation in Kisukuma: the case of the Jidakama dialect
[24178]   Koelle, Sigismund Wilhelm (1963 [1854]) : Polyglotta africana, or a comparative vocabulary of nearly three hundred words and phrases in more than one hundred distinct African languages
[11250]   Könen, Fr. M. (19--) : New KiSukuma grammar
[11946]   Lemmens, C. & J. Pouchet (1955) : Quelques noms vernaculaires d’animaux très commun au Congo belge en dialectes du groupe lingala et en kisuku
[12269]   Loenen, [Reverend] M. (19--) : KiSukuma-English dictionary
[12524]   Lumwamu, François (1977) : Lexique kikongo-francais, 3: kiladi-kisundi-kikongo
[13113]   Masele, Balla F. Y. P. (1996) : Homorganic voiceless nasals in Kisukuma
[13114]   Masele, Balla F. Y. P. (1996) : Tense and aspect in Jinakiiya, Kimunasukuma and Kidakama dialects of the Kisukuma-Kinyamwezi languages
[13115]   Masele, Balla F. Y. P. (2000) : Nominal tone in Jinakiiya dialect, Kisukuma
[13116]   Masele, Balla F. Y. P. (2001) : The linguistic history of SiSuumbwa, KiSukuma and KiNyamweezi in Bantu Zone F
[13204]   Matondo, Masangu (2000) : Verb-stem reduplication and tones in Kisukuma
[13205]   Matondo, Masangu (2001) : The interaction of high tones and verb-stem reduplication in Kisukuma
[24685]   Matondo, Masangu (2006) : Tonal Transfer in Kisukuma
[25315]   Matondo, Masangu (2003) : Tone and Prosodic Morphology in Kisukuma
[13535]   Meier, Emil (1989) : Sprachführer der Suaheli-Sprache: Deutsch-Kisuaheli/Kisuaheli-Deutsch
[14547]   Mulinda, M. F. (1997) : An evaluation of the degree of similarity between five Bantu languages: Kihaya, Kihehe, Kinyakyusa, Kishambaa and Kisukuma
[26274]   Mutaka, Ngessimo M. & Carl Ebobissé (1996-7) : The formation of labial-velars in Sawabantu: Evidence for feature geometry
[15430]   Nurse, Derek (1982) : Segeju and Daisu: a case study of evidence from oral tradition and comparative linguistics
[24323]   Paulin, Pascale (1995) : Etude comparative des langues du groupe Ring - langues Grassfields de l'ouest, Cameroun