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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for mombo

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Mombo Dogon Until c. 2005 Ampari was considered a dialect. However, while Ampari understand Mombo, this appears to be because they visit the area yearly, and the Mombo cannot understand Ampari.
Mombo Airstrip Mombo Airstrip is an airstrip in northeastern Tanzania in the Korogwe District of the Tanga Region of Tanzania. It is west of the town, and near the Usambara Mountains.
Mombo Dogon Mombo Dogon is a Dogon language spoken in Mali. Helabo and Miambo are dialects.
Mombo, Tanzania Mombo is one of the 20 wards of the Korogwe District, Tanga Region, Tanzania.
Mombo Dogon In the village of Kema, the Mombo language is called "Ambaleeŋge". It has been called "Ejenge Dõ (Edyenge Dom, Idyoli Donge)" or "Kolum So" in the literature. "Ejenge Dõ" is the Mombo word for 'Dogon language', from "Éjé" 'Dogon person'. "Kolum So" is the name used by the Donno So to the east. It means 'sunset dialects', and refers to the westernmost Dogon varieties, Mombo and Ampari. The Fulani name is "Piniari (Pignari)".
Ampari Dogon The language has been called "Ejenge Dõ" or "Kolum So" in the literature. However, there are two Ejenge groups, the Mombo and the Ampari. The Ampari understand Mombo but not vice versa; this appears to be learned intelligibility, since the Ampari visit Mombo yearly.
Kimweri Mputa Magogo He left his traditional seat and went to live at Mombo.
Peter Allison He currently lives in Cape Town with his wife Pru, and their pet dog Mombo, where he works for Wilderness Safaris.
Guitar Gable Subsequent releases followed a similar pattern with Gable's Caribbean-laced instrumentals such as "Congo Mombo," "Guitar Rhumbo" and "Gumbo Mombo," pitched against rock and roll tracks including "Cool, Calm, Collected" and "Walking in the Park." It was the blues influenced ballads including "Irene," "Life Problem" and "This Should Go On Forever" that caused most interest. The latter track was recorded by Gable and his band in 1958, but did not find favour with Miller. A cover version was recorded by Rod Bernard, and it reached the Top 20 of the US "Billboard" R&B chart. Gable's original was finally released in February 1959, but failed to match the success of Bernard's cover.
Reform (magazine) "Reform"'s interviewees include: Bafta award-winning broadcaster Robert Beckford, interfaith/justice campaigner Anjum Anwar MBE, novelist Marilynne Robinson, evangelist Gerard Kelly; MP Ann Widdecombe, scientist Andrew Parker, journalist/author Theo Hobson, US mega-church pastor Rob Bell, broadcasters John Humphrys and Jeremy Vine, and theologians John Polkinghorne and Esther Mombo.