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- proper noun a
tribeof people in northern Zambia
- proper noun the
languageof these people
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The infections were reported in the northern Zambian districts of Mbala, Mpulungu and Mambwe, situated near the border with the
Mambwe between Nyassa and Tanganika in 1891, but, finding the region desolated by the slave-hunters, they proceeded to Lubemba, a high plateau to the west where the Congo rises.
First of all, the Chambeze rises in the country of Mambwe, N.E. of Molemba; it then flows southwest and west, till it reaches lat. 11 deg.
Chibue's village is at the source of the Lokwena, which goes N. and N.E.; a long range of low hills is on our N.E., which are the Mambwe, or part of them.
First of all the Chambeze rises in the country of Mambwe, N.E. of Molemba.
All these rivers rise in or near the Mambwe country, in lat. 10 deg.
Buenos diias, naan Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Mwapoli mukwai Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) Mwalya mwina Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [to p. working] Mwalima mukwai
Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer] Ta Mambwe (Tanzania, Zambia) [answer] Kalombo Mambwe