Dinka

NOUN
  1. a Nilotic language
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How To Use Dinka In A Sentence

  • The Gullah language retains a great deal West African syntax and combines English vocabulary with words from African languages such as Ewe, Mandinka, Igbo, Twi, Yoruba, and Mende.
  • The Dinka are incapable of doing anything without a poised elegance.
  • Jawara continued to receive support from rural voters and the Mandinka ethnic group. 8. Gambia
  • The Dinka inhabit a vast region in the south of the Sudan that forms a seasonal swampland when the Nile River floods.
  • His father, a tribal chief, did not think basketball was "good work for a Dinka. " But the teenager chose it over herding his family's cattle.
  • Here Nitin Sawhney goes flamenco, Israel's Yasmin Levy sings in Ladino, the nearly-extinct language of the Sephardic Jews - and Salif Keita goes back to Mali and his Mandinka roots.
  • The Dinka are incapable of doing anything without a poised elegance.
  • Dinka tribesmen briefly abducted Jande, her family and more than a dozen other women and children in a raid last month that destroyed crops and food stores and killed five men from her Mundari tribe.
  • The Dinka tradition of oral literature is extensive and a considerable amount has been recorded.
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