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na·ga·na

also n'ga·na  (nə-gä′nə)
n.
An often fatal disease of domestic animals in sub-Saharan Africa, caused by various trypanosomes transmitted by tsetse flies and characterized by fever, anemia, and emaciation.

[Zulu -nakane.]

nagana

(nəˈɡɑːnə)
n
(Veterinary Science) a disease of domesticated animals of central and southern Africa, caused by parasitic protozoa of the genus Trypanosoma transmitted by tsetse flies
[from Zulu u-nakane]

na•ga•na

(nəˈgɑ nə)

n.
a disease of livestock and other animals, widespread in parts of Africa, caused by several species of trypanosomes and transmitted by a variety of tsetse fly.
[1890–95; < Nguni]
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Ndjock Ngana Yogo, from Cameroon, condenses his political activity in the poem 'Maghida' while expressing the difficult and inhospitable approach in Italy.
Ka linako za litabaza lisomo hall bulelwa neni likwanisa, zene ni sa kwanisi neli za kuteeleza ku yomuhulu waka (ka zazi ni zazi) ka kubulela lika ze swana sina: "u musali feela", ka kusupeza kuli hanina ngana ni zibo kakuli ni musali, inge kuli na hanina za butokwa za kubulela kakuli "ni musali feela".
Amery devised a kinship guessing game, Ngana ngai?, 'Who am I?', where a kinship diagram is mapped out on the board.
Meanwhile the roles to be played by children in Liverpool are Ngana and Jerome, the illegitimate daughter and son of Emile de Becque.
The producers are to hold auditions in the city on January 5 in a bid to find local children to fill the roles of Ngana and Jerome, the illegitimate children of the character, Emile de Becque.
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