PROVISIONAL

MBODOMO-FRENCH LEXICON

 

LOM and DJEREM DIVISION

EAST PROVINCE

REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

 

Compiled by

 Ginger BOYD

 

with the help of: 

 Dangmo Paul, Keli Richard, Kasko Jean Pierre,
KoeÓkeÓ Lazare,  Gandir Azia Michel, NgezeÓreÓ Guillaume
et Bagoutou Sylvain

1996 

 

Mbodomo (Gbaya-Mbodomo, Bodomo) is a Adamawa-Ubangi language (Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, North, Adamawa-Ubangi, Ubangi, Gbaya, Gbaya) spoken in the Ngoura District, BÚtarÚ-Oya Subdivision, Lom and Djerem Division, in the East Province of Cameroon. The Mbodomo lexicon consists of 847 entries with definitions in French. For input, suggestions, corrections, etc., please contact Ginger Boyd.

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