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- proper n. A Niger-Congo language spoken in Upper Volta and Ivory Coast.
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Dyula hears whispers from other young women in line.
Dyula watches with white wide eyes with the rest of the people in the voting line.
In Mali, the vernacular name in the Dyula language is
(Burkina Faso) [reply by men] Am baa Dyula (Burkina Faso) [reply by women] Am séé Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [entering house] Koko Dyula (Cote d'Ivoire) [to person working] I ni baara Dzongkha
The tribe comprises sub-tribes like the Mandé, Dyula, Bambara and Bozo.
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