Source: Jӗnisis. Yango Y’Irӗndâ Y’Orunda: Kalunlio P’Avila Go Hebrew Nli Greek, Go Nkambinli Yi Mpongwe, Go Misyân Y’Amӗrika, Go Gaboon, West Afrika. American Bible Society, New York – 1885.
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl
Mpongwe is a variety of Myene, a cluster of closely related Bantu varieties spoken in Gabon.
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