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Ingrams, William Harold (1924). The dialects of the Zanzibar Sultanate. Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies 3-2., pp. 533-550.

Notes : Contains comparative wordlists for Kiunguja, Kipemba, Kitumbatu, Kihadimu (Makunduchi, Bwejuu, Kizimkazi, “General”), Kipepo, Kimundi and Shingazija. Kipepo and Kimundi are languages/dialects used by “the witchcraft guilds” (p 534). There are also some specimens of Kiganga, which is a speech form used by medicine men, “consisting mostly of peculiar names for the trees and herbs they use” (p 535).

Date de la dernière modification : 2007-08-29