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APPENDIX.





No. I.


Vocabularies of the Dialects spoken by different tribes of the natives inhabiting the Coast of Africa, from Mosambique to the borders of Egypt, with a few others spoken in the Interior of that Continent.


Vocabularies of the Makooa and Monjou Languages.


English.

God,
Sun,
Moon,
Stars,
Earth,
A mountain,
A tree,
A house,
A road,
River,
Water,
Salt water,
Fish,
An ox,
A pig,
A dog,
An antelope,
An hyæna,
Elephants' teeth,
Flesh of animals,
A bird,
A pigeon,
A Guinea fowl,
A man,
A woman,
A chief,
A priest,
Father,
Mother,
A boy,
A girl,
Brother,

Makooa.

Wherimb.
E-zoo-ah.
Má-re.
Tau d'wa.
E-la-poo.
Ma-go.
It tu-va.
E nú ba.
E pe ro.
Oo re-ah.
Ma ze.
Maze paréah.
O'pah.
E-no-bé.
Co-lú-a.
Ma-la po-ah.
Na-zo-ro.
Ke-zoom ba.
Mur-fin.
Ená ma.
Noo-ne.
A koo-tah.
Kan-ga.
Mo loo mé.
Mat te á na.
Pe-wah.
Mo ku lu ka na.
Te-te.
Má-má.
Bee-sho.
 -
Mo roo ko.

Monjou.

Moloongo.
D'yoova.
Mooei ze.
To u'n du wa.
Mooze.
Matoom-be.
Mere.
A um-ba.
E tal la.
--
Mé-ze.
Méze en jeate.
Sōm bah.
Ne yá te.
Le gul-loo ve.
Oom pú ah.
Jepa-lah.
De tu no.
Itté poo.
Ne-ya-ma.
Noo-ne.
E' goon dah.
 -
Ma lop wa nah.
Mé kōn qué.
Musch-e-nwá-ne.
A me za in ga.
At te-a-te.
A má vo.
Ma na-che.
Mis cha na.
Alloombo.

Native Dialect, from Dos Santos.

Molungo.





Matuvi.








Im pum pes.



In ha ma.