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- proper n. A cluster of several very closely related languages in Angola and northern Namibia, notably Kwanyama (or Oshikwanyama), Ndonga, and Kwambi.
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The first time the "angry Oshiwambo-speaking voice", seemingly that of a man, spoke to them was when she was living with her parents early this year.
Oshiwambo language while being transported from a training base on the Angolan side of the river.
The Oshiwambo language links together various ethnic groups that form the backbone of Nujoma's support and make up more than half of the population of 1.7 million.
About one-third of the population speaks one of the five different Oshiwambo dialects.
Oshiwambo-speaking people, who populate this part of Namibia, brought with them when they settled here 400 years ago from the Great Lakes region, according to historians.
The Namibian - private, English and Oshiwambo-language daily New Era - state-owned daily