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Elegant white wedding is a romantic dating of Rose. The natural make up with nude lipstick, rooted eyelashes and gorgeous purple eyes added the final touch of this gorgeous doll! Elgon Kenya) Nasima Bulgarian (Bulgaria) Blagodarya Bulu (Cameroon) Akeva Bunun (Taiwan) Uninang Bura (Nigeria) Maraba Burmese (Myanmar) Chezu ba Burushashki (Northern Pakistan) Juu na Cahuila (United States) 'Ácha-ma Cakchikel (Mexico) Matiosh chawe Camuno (Italy) Gràsce Cantonese [Chinese] (China) [for gift] Doh je Cantonese [Chinese] [in advance- service] M goi nei sin Cassubian (Northweast Poland) Dzãkujã Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) Gràcies Catalan (Andorra, Spain, France) [very] Moltes gràcies Cham (Southeast Asia) Uan tabuan Chamorro (Guam) Si yuus maasi Chatino (Tataltepec Mexico) Ngua tsaa xlay'be hii Chechen (North Caucasus) Barkal Cherokee (United States) Wa'-do Cheyenne (United States) Néá'eshe Chichewa (South Africa, Malawi) Zikomo Chilomwe (Malawi) Zikomo Chingoni (Malawi) Zikomo Chinook Jargon (North America) Masiem Chinook Jargon (North America) Mahsie Chinyanja (Zambia, Mozambique) Zikomo Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndatenda Chishona (Zimbabwe) [to one person] Ndinotenda Chitonga (Malawi) Yewo Chitumbuka (North Malawi) Yewo Chiyao (South Malawi) Sikomo Choctaw (Oklahoma United States) Yokoke Chol (Mexico) Wokolix awölö Chortí (Guatemala) Ch'ahp'ei'x ta'p'a Chuj (Guatemala) Yuj wal dios Chuukese (Micronesia) Kili so Chuvash (Russia) Tavtapuch Coeur d' Alene (Idaho United States) Limlemtsch Comanche (North America) Ura Comori (Comoros) Marahaba Cornish [middle/unified] (Great Britain) Dew re-dallo dheugh-why Corsican (France) Grazia Cree (Canada) (to one person) Kinanâskomitin Creole (West Indies) Mese Crioulo (Guinea-Bissau) Obrigado Croatian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Hvala Czech (Czech Republic) Dêkuji Dagaare (Burkina Faso, Ghana) Barka Dakota (North America) Pidamayado Danish (Denmark, Greenland) Tak Dega (Vietnam) Lac jak Deg Xinag (Alaska) Dogedinh Dekelh [Carrier] (Canada) Musi Dhivehi (Maldives) Shukuriyyaa Dinka (Sudan) Yin acaa muoc Diola (Senegal) Mersi Domari (Egypt) Daarim Dusun (Sabah Malaysia) Pounsikou Dutch (Netherlands, Belgium) [polite] Dank u Dutch (Netherlands) Bedankt Dyula [Jula] (Cote d' Ivoire, Burkina Faso) I ni che Dzongkha (Bhutan) Kadinche Edo (Nigeria) Ù rú èsé Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a man] Dua Netjer en ek Egyptian (ancient Egypt) [to a woman] Dua Netjer en etj Ekegusii (Kenya) Imbuya mono Enga (Papua New Guinea) Tángeyoo English (America, Australia, UK, New Zea.) Thank you English (America) [informal] Thanks English (Australia) Ta English (New Zealand, Midland England) Cheers English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Thenks English [Strine dialect] (Australia) Enks English [Texan] (Texas United States) Thank ya Esperanto (international use) Dankon Estonian (Estonia) Tänan Eton (Cameroon) Abumgang Ewe (Ghana, Togo) Mudo Ewondo (Cameroon) Abui ngan Eyak (Alaska) ' Awa'ahdah Fang (Gabon) Abora Fante (Ghana, Burkina Faso) Medagse Faroese (Faroe Islands) Takk Farsi [Persian] (Iran, Afghanistan) Merci Farsi (Iran) Mamnoon Fijian (Fiji) Vinaka Finnish (Finland) Kiitos Fon (Benin, Togo) Ablo French (France, Belgium, Africa, Canada) Merci Frisian [Westerlauwer] (Netherlands) Tanke Friulian (northern Italy) Graciis Fulani (West Africa) Jaaraama Futuna (Wallis and Futuna) Malo Ga (Ghana) Ogiwadong Gaam (Eastern Sudan) Áwdém áalò Gagauz (Moldova) Saa olsun Galician (Spain) Gracias Gallo (France) Mèrczi Garifuna (Guatemala) Téngi nían bún Gascon (France) Merci Georgian [Kartuli] (Georgia/former USSR) Mahd-lob German (Central Europe) Danke German (Austria) [in spoken language] Dankschen German (Bavaria) [in spoken language] Danksche German (Switzerland) [in spoken language] Dank schön German (Zurich Switzerland) [very much] Merci villmahl Gong (Thailand) Ang kêun Greek [Hellenic] (Greece, Cyprus) Efcharisto Griko (Salento Italy) Kali' sso'rta-ssu Guarani (Paraguay, Brazil, Bolivia) Aguije Gujarati (India, Bangladesh, S. tau Haida (Alaska) Háw'aa Hän (Alaska) Mahsi' Harari [Adare] (Ethiopia) Gaza yagabzal yushen Hassaniya (Mauratania) Shukram Hausa (West Africa) Na gode Hawaiian (Hawaii) Mahalo Hebrew (Israel) Toda Helong (Timor, Semau Island Indonesia) Nodan mamomamo Hindi (India, East Asia, Suriname) Shukriya Hiri Motu (Papua New Guinea) Tanikiu Hmong Daw (Laos, Thailand) Ua tsaug Hmong Du (Vietnam) Ô chò Hmong Njua (Laos, Thailand) Ua tsaug Hñähñu (Mexico) Jamadi Hoi San (China) U de Hokkien [Chinese] (Singapore, Indonesia) Gum xia Hokkien [Chinese] (Taiwan) Kam sia Hopi (North America) [said by men] Kwakwhá Houailou (New Caledonia) Ei Huambisa (Peru) See Huambisa (Peru) Maake Huaorani (Ecuador) Ewa ra Huastec (Mexico) Jalbinchi yaan Huave (Mexico) Dios mangüy ic Huichol (Nayarit and Jalisco Mexico) Pan parius Hungarian [Magyar] (Hungary) Köszönöm Huron [Wyandotte] (USA, Canada) Yontonwe Icelandic (Iceland) Takk Icetot (Uganda) Ilakasugotia Ido (international use) Danko Igbo [Ibo] (Nigeria) Imena Ilokano (Philippines) Dios ti agngina Ilokano (Philippines) Agyamanac Indonesian (Indonesia) [formal] Terima kasih Ingush (Russia) Barkal Innu (Labrador and Quebec Canada) Tshinashkumitan Interlingua (constructed) Gratias Inuktitut (Baffin Island Canada) Qujannamiik Inuktitut (Canada) Qujanaq Inuktitut (Alaska) Taikkuu Inuktitut (Barrow Alaska) Quyanaq Inuttut [Greenlandic] (Greenland) Qujanaq Ioway (United States) [by men] Aho Irish Gaelic (Ireland, Britain) [to one] Go raibh maith agat Irish Gaelic (Ireland) [to more than one] Go raibh maith agaibh Isamurongen (Batanes Philippines) Dios mamajes dinio Italian (Central Europe, E Africa) Grazie Itbayaten (Batanes Philippines) Ah Dios mamexes Itzaj [Itzá Maya] (Guatemala) D'yos b'ot'ik ti'ij Ixcatec (Mexico) Skanaa-ri Ixil (Guatemala) Ta'n tiz Jacalteca (Guatemala) Nich'an tiox Japanese (Japan) Arigato Japanese [Izumo] (Japan) Dan san Japanese [Kansai Ben](Kansai, Osaka Japan) Ookini Japanese [Kumamoto] (Japan) Kora doshi Japanese [Kyo Kotoba] (Kyoto Japan) Ohkini Japanese [Shodoshima] (Shodoshima Japan) Ookini Japanese [Tohoku Ben] (northeast Japan) Oshoshina Japanese [Uchinaaguchi] (Okinawa Japan) Nihwee-deebiru Jaqaru [Jacaru] (South America) Jilatyi Javanese (Indonesia) Matur nuwun Jèrriais (Jersey) Mèrci bein des fais Kabuverdianu (Cape Verde) Obrigadu Kabyle (Algeria) Tamemmirt Kachin (Burma) Chyeju kaba sai Kadazan (Sabah Malaysia) Kotohuadan Kala Kawaw Ya (Australia) Eso Kalmyk (Russia) Khanganav Kanienkehaka [Mohawk] (Canada, USA) Niawen Kanjobal [Q'anjob'al] (Guatemala) Yujwal Dios Kannada (India) Dhanyawaadagalu Kanuri (Nigeria) Ardeneskin Kapampangan (Philippines) Salamat Karaim (Trakai Lithuania) Tabu Karakalpak (Uzbekistan) Rahmet Karelian (Finland, Russia) Spassibo Karen (Thailand) Da blu Karuk [Karok] (California USA) Yo-twa Kasem (Ghana, Burkina Faso) De N lei Kashmiri (India, Pakistan, China) Shukria Kaurareg (Australia) Eso Kaurna (Southern Australia) Ngaityalya Kazakh (Kazakhstan, Central Asia, China) Rahmet Kekchi [K'ekchí] (Guatemala) Bantiox Keres (Southwestern United States) Khuu'a Khakas (Siberia Russia) Aalghïstapcham Khmer [Cambodian] (Cambodia) Ar kun =Khomani (South Africa) /Aise Khowar (Central Asia) Shukria Khowar (Central Asia) Mehrbani Khowar (Pakistan) Tazim Kichagga (Tanzania) Haika Kidavida (Africa) Chavucha Kiembu (Africa) Ni waro Kiga (Africa) Kazaare Kiga (Africa) Webare Kikongo (Congo, Angola, Cuba) Ndondele Kikuyu (Africa) Ni wega Kikwe (Africa) Niwega muno Kiluba (Congo-Kinshasa) Wafwa ko Kinyamwezi (Africa) Wabeeja Kinyarwanda (Rwanda, Congo-Kinshasa) Murakoze Kiowa (North America) Aahóow Kipsigis (Uganda) Kongoi Kirgiz (Kyrgyzstan) Rakhmat Kiribati (Pacific Is.) Ko rabwa Kirundi (Burundi) Murakoze Kisanga (Bunkeya Congo-Kinshasa) Tua santa Kiswahili (Southeast Africa) Ahsante Kituba (Africa) Melesí Klallam (Washington United States) Há'neng cen Koasati (Alabama & Oklahoma United States) Tâ Kohistani (Central Asia) Shukria Koiari (Papua New Guinea) Maigo Komi-Permyak (Russia) Atto Konkani [Konknni] (India) Dhanyawaada Korean (Korea) Komapsumnida Kosraean (Micronesia) Kulo Koyukon (Alaska) Baasee' Krio (Sierra Leone) Tenki ya Kuna (Panama) Dot nuet Kupsapiny (Uganda) Keyi tapon Kurdi [Kurmanji] (Iraq, Iran) Shukur Kurdi (Middle East) Sipas Kutthung (Australia) Murromboo Kwakiutl (North America) Gilakas'la Kwanyama (Angola, Namibia) Nda pandula Kwéyòl (Haiti) Mèsi Ladakhi (India, Pakistan) Od dju Ladin (Gardena Valley Italy) De gra Ladino (Spain) Gracias Lahu (Thailand) Ah bo Lahu (China, Southeast Asia) Aw bon uija Lakhota (North America) [by female] Pilamaya ye Lakhota (North America) [by male] Pilamaya yelo Lao (Laos) Khawp jai Latin (ancient Rome, Vatican) Gratia Latvian (Latvia) Paldies Lenape [Delaware] (United States) Wanìshi Lepcha (India, Nepal, Bhutan) Trok chi Lingala (Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Brazaville) Melesí Lingala (Congo-Kinshasa, Congo-Brazaville) Matóndo Lingua Franca (Mediterranean) Gratzia Lisu (China, Burma, Thailand) Xual mu wa Lisu (Thailand) Ahku bumu Lithuanian (Lithuania) Dekui Livonian (Latvia, Estonia) Tienu Loglan (international) Sia Low Saxon (Eastern Friesland, Germany) Dank Low Saxon [Westphalian] (Germany) Ek dank auk schoin Lucumí (Cuba, United States) Moducué Luganda (Uganda) Webale Luiseno (United States) No$un looviq Lummi (United States) Hy'shqe siam Lunda (Zambia) Kusakililaku Lunyankole (South Uganda) Webale Lunyoro (West Uganda) Webale Luo (Kenya, Tanzania) Erokamano Lushootseed (Seattle Washington USA) Ck'wálidxw Luvale (Zambia) Gunasakulila Luxembourgish (Luxembourg) Merci Maasai [Maa, Masai] (Kenya, Tanzania) Aske Maasai [Maa, Masai] (Kenya, Tanzania) Ashi oleng Mabuiag (Australia) Eso Macedonian (Macedonia) Blagodaram Makhua (Tanzania) Asantte Malagasy (Madagascar) Misaotra Malay (Malaysia, Brunei) Terima kasih Malayalam (India) Nandi Maldivian (Maldives) Sabkaa Malinké (Senegal, Mali) Ni ke Maltese (Malta) Grazzi Mam (Guatemala) Chjóonte Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Sanco Mampruli (Ghana) Mossi Manchu (China) Baniha Mandarin [Chinese] (China) Xie xie Mandinka (West Africa) Abaraka Manx (Britain) Gura mie ayd Maohi (South Pacific) Mauruuru Maori (New Zealand) Tika hok Maori (Cook Islands) Meitaki Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Krasia may Mapuche [Araucano] (South America) Chaltu Marathi (India) Abhari ahi Mari (Russia) Tau Marquesan (French Polynesia) Koutai Marshallese (Marshall Islands) Kommol Mashi (Bukavu Congo-Kinshasa) Koko Mazahua (Mexico) Pöjö Mende (Sierra Leone) Baiika Meriam Mir (Australia) Eswau Mien [Yao] (Laos, Thailand) Laengz zingh Mien (Vietnam) Tö' dun Mikmaq (Canada) Welálin Mina (Togo) Akpe Minangkabau (West Sumatra Indonesia) Tarimo kasih Miskito (Nicaragua) Tingki Miwok [S Sierra] (South Sierra USA) Tengkiju Mixtec (Oaxaca Mexico) Kúta'ù shãàrí nuùro Mixtec (Magdalena Peñasco Oaxaca Mexico) Cutahvixieensa Mixtec (San Juan Colorado Mexico) Tyáhvi nyóò Miyako (Ryukyu Island Japan) Nihedebil Mohican (North America) Wneeweh Mohican (North America) Oneowe Moldavian (Moldova) Multumesc Mon (Burma, Thailand) Tang kun Monegasque (Monaco) Merçì Mongolian (Mongolia, Northern China) Bayarlalaa Mongolian (Mongolia, Northern China) Gyalailaa Mòoré [Mossi] (Burkina Faso) Wenatase Mopá-maya (Guatemala) B'o'tic Mordvin (Russia) Syukprya Morisyen (Mauritius) Mersi Motu (Papua New Guinea) Tanikiu Mpi (Thailand) Mèu mèu Mpongwe (Gabon) Kewa Muskogee (Oklahoma & Florida USA) Mvto Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) Tlazohcamati Náhuatl [Aztec] (Mexico) [very much] Tlazohcamati huel miac Náhuatl [classical: Aztec Empire] Nictlazohcamati Nakota (USA, Canada) Pinamaya Nama (Namibia) Aio Nandi (Kenya) Kongoi Napulitano (Italy) Gràzzie Natick (North America) Tobotonoque Nauruan (Nauru) Tsuba kor Navajo (United States) Ahéhee' Naxi (Yunnan China) Jjef bei seiq Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ngeyabonga Ndebele (Zimbabwe) Ngiyabonga Ndjuka (Suriname) Gaantangi fi ye Nenets (Russia) Nyarya bada Nepali (Nepal, Bhutan) Dhanyabaad Newari (India, Nepal) Su-bhaay Nez Perce (North America) Qe'ci'yew'yew' Nganasan (Russia) Xoasi Ngbaka (Africa) Dé kãã Ngizim (Nigeria) Ná goodoota-ngaa naa ci Ngoni (Malawi) Zikomo Nias [North Nias] (Nias Island Indonesia) Sauha gölö Nigerian Pidgin (Nigeria) Thank yu Niuean (Niue, South Pacific) Fakaaue Norwegian [Nynorsk, Bokmaal] (Norway) Takk Ntomba (Africa) Ebóto Ojibwe [Chippewa, Anishinaabe] (N.Africa) Aabhar Gumatj (Australia) Ga' Gurrangung (Australia) Yaddung jee Gurung (Nepal) [to a child] Syaabaas Gwich'in (Alaska) Mahsi' G/wi [San] (Kalahari Africa) ! America) Miigwech Okanogan (North America) Lim limt Oriya (India) Danna waat Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Ulfaad'd'a Oromo (Kenya, Somalia) Waaqni sii haa kennu Osage (USA) We'-a-hnon Ossetian (Caucasus) Arfö Otetela (Lodja Congo-Kinshasa) Losaka Paamese (Vanuatu) Hihuri Pa'ikwene (Amazon) Kibeiné Paipai (Mexico, USA) ' Ara'ya:ikm Paiwan (Taiwan) Malimali Palauan (Palau) Sulang Panamahka (Nicaragua) Tingkih Papiamentu (Dutch Antilles, Aruba) Danki Pashto (Afghanistan) Tashakkur Pende (Congo-Kinshasa) Hambadiahana Pho Karen (Thailand) Hsà khawn hsá ta má' lâw [Pidgin English, see Nigerian Pidgin, Pijin and Tok Pisin] Pijin (Solomon Islands) Tanggio Pipil (El Salvador) Paampa diyúx Plattdeutsch (Germany) Dankscheen Pocomchí (Guatemala) Rin dios awe Pohnpeian (Micronesia) Kalangan Polish (Poland) Dziekuje Polynesian (Polynesia) Auw'e Ponpeian (Ponpei) Kelangan Popoluca (Mexico) Ni'ctíyus Portuguese (Portugal, Brazil) [by male] Obrigado Potawatomi (United States) Iwgwien Provencal [Occitan] (France) Mercé Pueblo [Acoma] (Southwestern USA) Da-wah-eh Puluwat (Micronesia) Kilissow Punjabi (India) Dhannvaa Puyuma (Taiwan) Tayu'an Quechua Ancashino (Ancash Peru) Paylla Quechua Cochabambino (Cochabamba Bolivia) Diuspagarasunki Quechua Cuzqueño (Cuzco Peru) Añay Quechua Huancaño (Huanca Peru) Rasyas Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) Maltiox Quiché [K'iche] (Guatemala) [for work] Cheri cha ai Quichua (Ecuador) Pagui Rakhin (Myanmar) Chyee zu thon ree Rapanui (Easter Island) Maururu Resigaro (Peru) Kashoonopihku Rohingya (Myanmar) Shukuria Romanian (Romania) Mulţumesc Romansch (Switzerland) Grazia Rotuman (Pacific Islands) Noa'ia Rukai (Taiwan) Maulanenga Russian (Russia) Spasibo Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Giitus Saami [Lappish] (Scandinavia) Gaejtho Saanich (Vancouver Island Canada) Hay sxw q'a Saisiat (Taiwan) Muhuway su Samoan (Samoa) Fa'afetai Sangha (Mali) Birepo Sango (Central African Republic) Mèrèsi Sanskrit (ancient India) Anugurihiitosumi Sara (Chad) Angen Saramaccan (Suriname) Gaantángí fii Sardinian (Italy) Grassias Sarnami (Suriname, Holland) Dhanbaad Sasak (Indonesia) Matur tampiasih Saulteaux (Manitoba Canada) Miigwech Savonian (Ylä-Savo Finland) Kiitoksija Scottish Gaelic (Scotland) Tapadh leat Scottish Gaelic (Southern Scotland) [for.] Gun robh math agaibh Scots (Scotland) Thenk ye Scots [Ulster Scots] (Northern Ireland) Thenks Senoufo (Cote d' Ivoire, Mali) Minkari Sepedi (South Africa) Ke a leboga Serbian (Bosnia, Yugoslavia) Hvala Seri (Sonora Mexico) Yooz ma samsisíinxo Serrere (Senegal, Gambia) Dioka ndjiale Seselwa [Seychelles Creole] (Seychelles) Mersi Sesotho (Lesotho, South Africa) Ke a leboha Setswana (Botswana, South Africa) Ke itumtese Setu (Estonia) Aiteh Sgaw Karen (Thailand) Tà byu' dô law Shanghai (Shanghai China) Sha ja non Shelta (USA, Ireland) [old;no longer used] Djeelsha grawsta Sherpa [Helambu] (Nepal, Tibet) Thuchi chea Shimasiwa (Comoros) Marahaba Shina (Central Asia, India) Shukria Shipibo (Peru) Iráque Sicilian (Sicily Italy) Grazzii Silozi (Zambia) Ni itumezi Sindhi (Pakistan) Mehrbani Sinhalese (Sri Lanka) Istuti Siswati [Swazi] (Swaziland)[by one person] Ngiyabonga Slovak (Slovakia) Dakujem Slovenian (Slovenia) Hvala Solresol (old; 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North of the Casamance River in the triangle formed by the towns of Bignona, Tobor, and Niamone, north of Ziguinchor, across the Casamance River. Alternate names: Banyum, Banyun, Bagnoun, Banhum, Bainuk, Banyuk, Banyung, Elomay, Elunay, Ñuñ. Two dialects are intelligible to each other's speakers: the one around Niamone (Gunyaamolo) and the other around Tobor. More closely related to the Tenda languages of eastern Senegal than to the neighboring Diola and Balanta. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Eastern Senegal-Guinea, Banyun More information. Mainly in Samik and surrounding villages, on the south side of the Casamance River, about 20 km east of Ziguinchor; also in some scattered villages north and east of Samik.Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Eastern Senegal-Guinea, Banyun More information. Southwest corner of Senegal, south of the Casamance River, between Goudomp and Tanaff, and south from there.

The only village north of the Casamance River is Affiniam. Dialects: Affiniam, Bandial, Elun (Hulon, Kuluunaay). Affiniam is more intelligible with Bandial than with Gusilay. A cluster of villages about 12 km southwest of Ziguinchor, grouped around the village of Nyassia. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Jola, Bayot More information. Crioulo, Upper Guinea [pov] 46,500 in Senegal (1998). It overlaps from Guinea-Bissau and the Bijagos Islands. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Jola, Jola Proper, Jola Central, Her-Ejamat More information. Alternate names: Manding, Mandingo, Mandingue, Mandinque, Mande, Socé.Affiniam has 74% lexical similarity with Bandial dialect and 66% with Gusilay. Southeastern, Upper Casamance, around Edun, border areas, Kedougou, Tambacounda. Alternate names: Basari, Tenda Basari, Biyan, Onëyan, Onian, Ayan, Wo. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Eastern Senegal-Guinea, Tenda More information. French [fra] Classification: Indo-European, Italic, Romance, Italo-Western, Western, Gallo-Iberian, Gallo-Romance, Gallo-Rhaetian, Oïl, French More information. Village of Tionk Essil, between Tendouck and Mlomp-North. Southeastern, intersection of Mali, Guinea, and Senegal borders. Area surrounding the city of Bignona, bounded on the south by the Casamance River, on the north by a strip just north of the Senegal-Gambia border, on the west by the Diouloulou-Marigot tributary, and on the east by the Soungrougrou River. Dialects: Mandinka, Eastern Maninkakan, and Malinke are separate languages. Lexical similarity 84% with Lehar, 74% with Safen, 68% with Ndut and Palor, 22% with Serer-Sine. Alternate names: Falor, Palar, Sili, Sili-Sili, Waro.Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Jola, Jola Proper, Jola Central, Gusilay More information. Alternate names: Kusiilaay, Gusilaay, Gusiilay, Kusilay. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Jola, Jola Proper, Jola Central, Gusilay More information. Alternate names: Yalunka, Yalunke, Jalonké, Dyalonke, Djallonke, Dialonké. Also in an area 15 to 20 km east and southeast of Ziguinchor, the regional capital. Alternate names: Kújoolaak Kati Fooñi, Kujamataak, Jola-Fogny, Diola-Fogny, Dyola, Jóola, Jola, Yola. Gusilay, Kwatay, Karon, Mlomp, Kerak, Ejamat, and Bayot are more distantly related languages, but they are close geographically. Southwest Senegal along the coast, south of Diouloulou, and surrounding the town of Kafountine. Lexical similarity 84% with Non, 74% with Safen, 68% with Ndut and Palor, 22% with Serer-Sine. Lexical similarity 79% with Kalanke, 75% with Jahanka, 70% with Kassonke, 59% with Malinke, 53% with Mori, 48% with Bambara. Alternate names: Mandjaque, Manjaca, Manjaco, Manjak, Manjaku, Manjack, Mandyak, Majak, Ndjak, Kanyop. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Cangin More information. Dialects: 55% intelligibility of Ndut, 27% of Safen.Lexical similarity between Kerak and Ejamat was estimated to be 70% by early survey work. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Jola, Jola Proper, Jola Central, Her-Ejamat More information. Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Eastern Senegal-Guinea, Nun More information. In Diembering, Bouyouye, Nyikine, Boukot-Diola, and some other villages along the coast just south of the mouth of the Casamance River, and Dakar. Maninkakan, Western [mlq] 382,670 in Senegal (2002). The Jahanka are reported to have come from Mali in the 18th century. Classification: Niger-Congo, Mande, Western, Central-Southwestern, Central, Manding-Jogo, Manding-Vai, Manding-Mokole, Manding, Manding-West More information. Dialects: Burama (Bulama, Buram, Brame), Shadal (Sadar). Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Cangin More information. Also spoken in Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Mauritania. Dialects: Toucouleur (Tukolor, Tukulor, Tokilor, Pulaar, Haalpulaar, Fulbe Jeeri), Fulacunda (Fulakunda, Fulkunda).They trace their origins to Soninke, but now speak a dialect of Malinke in Senegal (Western Maninkakan). Classification: Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Atlantic, Northern, Bak, Manjaku-Papel More information. Mainly in Mlomp village north of the Casamance River, 25 km due east of Bignona, on the road between Tendouck and Tiobon, Bignona Department, several surrounding villages, and scattered around the country. Dialects: Lexical similarity 64% with Karon (closest), 42% with the closest other Jola language. Fulbe Jeeri and Toucouleur (Haalpulaar'en) are separate ethnic groups speaking this form of Pulaar.

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