Kingwana

Kingwana

(kɪŋˈwɑːnə)
n
(Languages) a language of the Democratic Republic of Congo in W Africa, closely related to Swahili and used as a lingua franca
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In Kingwana, a Katanga dialect of Swahili, they called it kutapa, and creuseurs are masters of exaggeration.
(39) Additionally, the constitution was not translated into all spoken Congolese languages, including Kingwana, a broadly spoken dialect of Swahili.
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