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Online dictionary for the Hausa language, created by the German African linguits Dr. Uwe Seibert. It is possible to look for English-Hausa, German-Hausa or Hausa-English/German. The dictionary recognizes words written without the accents or without the right length of vowls. Implosives are written with ... [according to site editor's information]
www.univie.ac.at/Hausa/oracle/KofarHausa1.html
Hausa Home Page of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). Topics include: Resources and references for studying the Hausa language Hausa online grammar Hausa culture lessons Hausa Poetry and Song Links to other pages on the Hausa language and people HAUSAR BAKA video-based course: order ... [according to site editor's information]
aflang.humnet.ucla.edu/Hausa
"Kingdoms of the Medieval Sudan" provides a narrative historical overview of Mali, Songhay, Kanem-Bornu, and Hausaland before the modern era (precolonial), a hyperlinked glossary with pronunciation helps, and self-tests on the history of these regions.The text is also accompanied by the work of ... [supplemented]
webusers.xula.edu/jrotondo/Kingdoms/welcome.html
Karin magana is a collection of proverbs in Hausa. In some cases, a translation or some information on how these proverbs are used will be added, but in most case they will be presented “as is” without any further comments. However, readers are welcome to add their comments to the proverbs: possible ... [supplemented and changed]
karinmagana.wordpress.com
The blog of the German Africa linguist Dr. Uwe Seibert mainly offers a variety of links where to find Hausa internet resources such as texts (incl. e-books, e.g. http://hausaonline.wordpress.com/2009/11/27/hausa-texts-found-in-the-internet-archive/), audio and video files, learning material and much more. [editors ilissAfrica]
hausaonline.wordpress.com
The catalogue contains bibliographical data about over 5,000 items, i.e. original, hand-written manuscripts or literature about manuscripts. The items are either in Arabic or in Ajami (Hausa, Fulfulde, Wolof) and come mainly from Nigeria, Ghana, Senegal, and Mali. The data were taken from four different ... [editors ilissAfrica]
digital.library.northwestern.edu/arbmss/index.html
Website on Hausa in Hausa language [editors ilissAfrica].
www.gumel.com
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