Mandinka

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From Mandinka Mandinka (someone from Mande), from Mandiŋ (Mande) + -ka (inhabitant suffix).

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Mandinka (plural Mandinkas or Mandinka)

  1. A member of a particular people of West Africa.

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Mandinka

  1. The language spoken by these people, of the Mandé group of the Niger-Congo language family.

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