2 edition of Swahili plants found in the catalog.
|Statement||Bernd Heine, Karsten Legère.|
|LC Classifications||DT429.5.S94 H45 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||376 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||376|
|LC Control Number||95231551|
Award-winning Swahili-English Bilingual Children's Books, Audio Books and Dual Language Picture Books are a great resource for teaching and learning Swahili and English as a Second Language. Collection includes Swahili folktales, fables, multicultural stories, myths, legends, board books, and a beautifully illustrated Swahili picture dictionary available with Audio Recorder Pen. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Stephanie Wynne-Jones; Adria Jean LaViolette. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: on Swahili sites31LaVioletteCraft and industry32Quintana Morales & PrendergastAnimals in the Swahili world33 Walshaw & Stoetzel Plant use and the creation of anthropogenic landscapes.
L'arabe et le swahili dans la République du Zaïre: études islamiques (histoire et linguistique). Paris: Société d'édition d'enseignement superieur, c ( p.) Heine, Bernd and Karsten Legère. Swahili plants: an ethnobotanical survey. Köln: R. Köppe, c ( p.) [Mostly in English, with Swahili plant . Swahili or Kiswahili, is an official language of Tanzania, Kenya (English is the official language the government of Kenya and is widely spoken in urban areas), the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda and i speakers can also be found in surrounding countries, such as Burundi and only million people speak Swahili as their first language, as a second.
Swahili Books Browse New & Used Swahili Books. Results 1 - 50 of for Swahili Books. 1. Swahili a Rough Guide Dictionary Phrasebook by Rough Guides Staff, Lexus ISBN: List Price: $ $ 2. Complete Swahili by Living Language Staff ISBN: List Price: $ The Arabic and Persian influence is very much present in the Swahili cuisine. Most of the cooking is rich in spices – the use of coconut, cardamom, garlic, saffron, turmeric, and pilau masala – a unique mix of black pepper, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, cloves and cumin used in many rice and stew recipes.
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This monograph examines Swahili plant subsistence and food production patterns through the analysis of macrobotanical remains from four archaeological sites on Pemba Island, Tanzania, dating to A.D. Specifically towns and villages are compared before and during the emergence of stonetowns, settlements characterized by stone/coral Cited by: 8.
Genre/Form: Verzeichnis Dictionaries (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Heine, Bernd, Swahili plants. Köln: R. Köppe, © Abstract. This book records the knowledge and experience Swahili-speaking people have acquired in dealing with then plant world (p.
12). With its folk botanic approach it aims at discovering the principles of taxonomy they apply in classifying and labelling their plants as well as the different kinds of Author: Uta Reuster-Jahn.
Book: A Swahili-botanical-English dictionary of plant names. pp pp. Abstract: KEYWORDS: British East Africa east africa Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details plant names, Swahili \ Kenya kenya Subject Category: Geographic EntitiesCited by: 7.
UDHAMINI UGHAIBUNI: Swahili Book (Swahili Edition) ERNEST MAKULILO. Kindle Edition. $ # Tajiri (Hadithi za Uswahilini) (Swahili Edition) Mlenge Fanuel Mgendi. Kindle Edition. $ # Mkaba Penati: ALADDIN THE SHARP SHOOTER (Swahili Edition) Wilhelm Caspar Oddo.
Kindle Edition. Book Description. The Swahili World presents the fascinating story of a major world civilization, exploring the archaeology, history, linguistics, and anthropology of the Indian Ocean coast of Africa.
It covers a 1,year sweep of history, from the first settlement of the coast to the complex urban tradition found there today. While most top Swahili plants book along the Swahili Coast soil is too poor and sandy to support a wide variety of plant life, a mile-wide strip of fertile land just beyond the coast provides an ample source.
Storybooks Kenya Swahili plants book designed specifically for teachers, parents, and community members. It makes 40 stories from the African Storybook available in English and Swahili, as well as all the major regional and immigrant languages of Kenya (with text and audio in Amharic, Arabic, Embu / Kîembu, English, Gujarati, Ekegusii, Kamba / Kikamba, Gikuyu / Kikuyu, Kalenjin, Luganda, Olukhayo, Luo.
Karibu (Welcome) KiSwahili is spoken by an estimated 80 million people in East and Central Africa. It is the official language in Tanzania and Kenya, and is also used in Uganda, Somalia, Mozambique, Malawi, Rwanda, Burundi, Zambia, and Congo (formerly Zaire).
English, Kiswahili Set books for KCSE, Secondary Schools; Approved by KICD/Photo The release of the new set book for the exams. The Ministry of education through its director sent a directive to all school principals and heads indicating that the new set books will replace those that were released in books — voters Quotes Tagged “Swahili” “Hata wamisionari, hasa wamisionari wa Kiprotestanti, hawakukitumia Kiingereza katika kueneza dini kwa sababu hadhira yao isingewaelewa.
BOOK DESCRIPTION This monograph examines Swahili plant subsistence and food production patterns through the analysis of macrobotanical remains from four archaeological sites on Pemba Island, Tanzania, dating to A.D.
Specifically towns and villages are compared before and during the emergence of stonetowns, settlements characterized by. Swahili Stories Collected by Lowell Brower on Chole island, Tanzania, Fall Lowell began learning Swahili from Katrina Daly Thompson inand studied abroad in Tanzania in InLowell was the recipient of a Hilldale Undergraduate Research Award, which enabled him to digitize, transcribe and translate the Swahili stories he collected.
The Swahili language, or Kiswahili,  is a Bantu language and the mother tongue of the Swahili is spoken by various communities inhabiting the African Great Lakes region, including Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
 The closely related Comorian language, sometimes (and incorrectly) considered a Swahili dialect, is. Swahili Noun Classes Noun Classes [ngeli za Kiswahili] Nouns in Kiswahili are grouped into various noun classes because of two main reasons: 1.
their characteristics as a noun 2. Kiswahili’s vowel harmony There are 9 noun classes in Kiswahili. Each noun class has both a singular and a plural form, to make 18 total.
M - WA [A - WA]. plant translation in English-Swahili dictionary. en Still grows the vivacious lilac a generation after the door and lintel and the sill are gone, unfolding its sweet - scented flowers each spring, to be plucked by the musing traveller; planted and tended once by children's hands, in front- yard plots -- now standing by wallsides in retired pastures, and giving place to new- rising forests.
Labels: Mimea (Plants) 28 comments: cherry July 3, at AM. i was reading the blog and i think that this information is going to help me a lot. As also I would like to know the English equivalent name of the three called Karibea or karibeya in swahili.
Reply Delete. Replies. Reply. Unknown Aug at AM. Swahili is an official language (along with English) in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. It is also official in the Comoros islands (north of Madagascar) where it is known as Comorian. In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a form of Swahili is one of the four languages of administration.
en It seems that everywhere you look, you see palm trees, banana plants, and sugarcane as well as coffee plantations and many kinds of exotic plants, bushes, and flowers. jw sw Yaonekana kwamba kila upande uangaliao, unaona miti ya mvumo, migomba, na miwa pamoja na mashamba ya kahawa na aina nyingi za mimea ya kuingizwa kutoka nje, vichaka.
The Swahili traders acted as the middlemen between the riches of the African continent and the luxuries of Arabia, India, and China. Trade goods passing through the ports of the coast known as "stonetowns" included gold, ivory, ambergris, iron, timber, and enslaved people from interior Africa; and fine silks and fabrics and glazed and decorated ceramics from outside the continent.
In this counting to ten mini book, students cut out and color a book that shows the numbers from and the words for the numbers. The languages in this book are: English, Spanish, French, Swedish, Japanese and Swahili. Pronunciation. This is a comprehensive manual intended to teach students the basics of communicating in Swahili at an elementary level.
It is designed to teach major communicative skills such as speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Moreover, the text strives to impart fundamental knowledge about East African and Swahili culture.4/5(2).The Swahili Coast is known more for its beaches than its flora, but lovers of greenery need not go disappointed.
Further inland, citrus and spice plants introduced by Omani traders centuries ago.