Category:Nguni

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English: Nguni people speak Nguni languagesThe ancient history of the Nguni people is wrapped up in their oral history. According to legend they were a people who migrated from the north to the Great Lakes region of sub-equatorial Central/East Africa.
Français : Le groupe nguni de langues bantoues d’Afrique australe rassemble quatre langues : le zoulou et le xhosa en Afrique du Sud, le ndébélé zimbabwéen (ou sindebele), et le swati en Afrique du Sud et au Swaziland. Elles sont étroitement apparentées et souvent mutuellement intelligibles.
<nowiki>Ngoni; Nguni; Nguni; Nguni; Nguni; Нгуні; شعب نجونى; 恩古尼族; Wangoni; Amanguni; ングニ人; Vanguni; Nguni; Nguni; Nguni; Нгуні; Ngoni; Nguni; न्गूनी लोग; Nguni; Ngunit; Nguni people; Ngunoj; ngoni; Нгуни; grup ètnic; Ethnie in Afrika; group of Bantu peoples who currently reside predominantly in Southern Africa, including Xhosa, Zulu, Ndebele and Swazi people; مجموعه عرقيه فى جنوب افريقيا; 非洲南部民族; etnische groep; Ngunke; Ngun; Ngunka; ngunski; ングニ族; Ngun; Ungoni; 恩古尼人</nowiki>
Nguni people 
group of Bantu peoples who currently reside predominantly in Southern Africa, including Xhosa, Zulu, Ndebele and Swazi people
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  • Botswana
  • Eswatini
  • Lesotho
  • Mozambique
  • Namibia
  • South Africa
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Wikidata Q1268405
GND ID: 4075365-7
Library of Congress authority ID: sh85091691
Bibliothèque nationale de France ID: 11967280t
IdRef ID: 027682110
National Library of Israel J9U ID: 987007529585205171
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This category has the following 7 subcategories, out of 7 total.

 

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  • Zulu(20 C, 1 P, 55 F)