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Greenway, P. J. (1947). A veterinary glossary of some tribal languages of Tanganyika Territory. East African agricultural journal of Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda and Zanzibar 13., pp. 237-244.

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Notes : Includes samples from Swahili, Arusha (= Maasai dialect), Barabaig, Bena, Burunge, Chagga, Fipa, Gogo, Gorowa, Ha, Haya, Hehe, Iraqw, Jaruo (= Luo), Jita, Kinga, Kizu, Koma, Kuria, Luri (= Ruri), Masai, Mbugwe, Meru, Nata, Ngureme, Nguu, Nyakyusa, Nyamwanga, Nyamwezi, Nyaturu, Nyiha, Nyiramba, Pimbwe, Rangi, Safwa, Samdawe, Sangi, Sukuma, Tusi (= Kinyarwanda), Wanda, and Zanaki.

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Date de la dernière modification : 2007-08-29