Definition of Dangla
1. Noun. A Chadic language spoken in Chad; uses seven vowels plus differences in vowel length.
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Literary usage of Dangla
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1. Tibet, the Mysterious by Thomas Hungerford Holdich (1906)
"No chain except the Dangla rose much above the snow line, which my observations fixed at about seventeen thousand feet above sea level, nor do I believe ..."
2. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1894)
"... WSW of preceding 10150 Camp W. of Dangla 15891 Chib-chwang-tBo(Lake Glenelg) 15988 Camp SW of ..."
3. The Philippine Islands, 1493-1803;: Explorations by Early Navigators by Edward Gaylord Bourne (1904)
"Don Francisco tried to get rice in Dangla, offering to pay for it; but as they refused to sell it to him, he seized a chief. He entertained this chief and ..."
4. From Pekin to Sikkim Through the Ordos, the Gobi Desert and Tibet by Jacques Lesdain (1908)
"What we had to do was to reach the Dangla Mountains as soon as possible. Their rocky and frozen sides afforded a haven of refuge. Of the fifty mules that we ..."
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