KOONZIME FRench lexicon

 

UPPER NYONG DIVISION

EAST PROVINCE

REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON

 

 edited by

Keith et Mary BEAVON

 

1996

Koonzime (Koozime, Nzime, Konzime) is a Bantu language (Niger-Congo, Atlantic-Congo, Volta-Congo, Benue-Congo, Bantoid, Southern, Narrow Bantu, Northwest, A, Makaa-Njem (A.80)) spoken around Lomie, in the Ngoila Subdivision, Upper Nyong Division of the East Province of Cameroon. The Koonzime lexicon consists of 4,486 entries with definitions in French. A number of example sentences are also included. For input, suggestions, corrections, etc., please contact Keith Beavon.

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