Definition of Biu-mandara

1. Noun. A group of Chadic languages spoken in the border area between Cameroon and Nigeria south of Lake Chad.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biu-mandara

Bison bonasus
Bisquick
Bissau
BitTorrent
Bithynia
Bitis
Bitis arietans
Bitis gabonica
Bitola
Bitot
Bittacidae
Bittner's milk factor
Bittner agent
Bittner virus
Biu-Mandara
Bivalvia
Bizantian
Bizantine
Bizet
Bizzozero's corpuscle
Bizzozero's red cells
Bière
Bjerrum's scotoma
Bjerrum's sign
Bjerrum screen
Bjork-Shiley valve
Bjornstad's syndrome
Bk
Bksp

Literary usage of Biu-mandara

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1. Afrika und Übersee by Carl Meinhof, Seminar für Afrikanische Sprachen, Universität Hamburg (1845)
"For technical reasons, ie lack of space, that paper could not provide detailed evidence on yet another Central Chadic language (of Newman's Biu-Mandara B ..."

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