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Mandingo language

LC control 85080443
LC classificationPL8491
Topical headingMandingo language
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Variant(s)Malenke language
Malinka language
Malinke language
Mande language (Mandingo)
Mandeka language
Mandenga language
Manding language
Mandingue language
Mandinka language
Manenka language
Maninka language
Mãniyakã language
Meninka language
See alsoAfrica, West--Languages
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Mandekan languages
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Found inCutler, S.A. A learner directed approach to Mãniyakã ... 1981: p. 1, introd. (an introductory section to the study of Mande languages of Liberia) p. 2 (in this section ... Mandingo)
Current trends: v. 7, p. 841 (Mandingo=Maninka, esp. in Liberia and Sierra Leone, see Mandeka) p. 81 (Mandeka, includes Maninka) (Maninka (Malinke, Mande, Manding, Mandingo, Mandingue, Madinka, Meninka)
Britannica Micro.: v. 6, p. 558, under Mande languages (group of Niger-Congo languages spoken in parts of Sierra Leone, Liberia ... the most widely spoken Mande language is Malinke (or Mandingo). The important Mande languages (Malinke, Mende, Kpelle, and Vai) all belong to the western subgroup)
Ethnologue: p. 120, under Liberia (Maninka (Malinke, Mandingo) (Mande family; Maninka-Bambara-Dyula group))
Voegelin lang.: p. 219, under Mande (Bambar, Dyula and Malinke may be divergent dialects of a single language) p. 220 (Malinka=Malinke=Manding(o)=Madingue=Mandinka=Manenka=Mandinka=Meninka=Maninka=Mande)
96-702156: Keïta, M. Mögöbalu [SR] 1995: booklet, p. 2 (Mandingo influence) p. 22 (Malenke texts)