Definition of Angolar. Meaning of Angolar. Synonyms of Angolar

Definition of Angolar. Meaning of Angolar. Synonyms of Angolar

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- Angolar Creole, also Ngola (Lungua N'golá), is a minority language of São Tomé and Príncipe, spoken in the southernmost towns of São Tomé Island and sp****ly...
- Rei Amador was a member of the king of the Angolars and leader of a famous slave rebellion that took place in 1595 in the African islands of São Tomé and...
- angolar (plural: angolares) was the currency of Portuguese Angola between 1928 and 1958. It was subdivided into 100 centavos or 20 macutas. Angolar is...
- related to Angola Angolan people, see Demographics of Angola Angolan culture Angolar Creole Something of, from, or related to the historical Bantu Kingdom of...
- July 9, 1595, Rei Amador and most of the slaves took part in the Revolta Angolar that took place on July 9 1595 where they marched into the capital and...
- 1000 réis = 1 escudo. In 1928, the angolar was introduced. Banknotes were exchanged at a rate of 1.25 escudos = 1 angolar, whilst centavo coins used with...
- Caué District. Its po****tion is 2,132 (2008 est.). The townspeople speak Angolar (Ngola), a unique creole language. Nearby localities include Granja. The...
- of Philippines) Palenquero (in part of Colombia)Creoles of Portuguese: Angolar (regional language in São Tomé and Principe) Cape Verdean (Cape Verde's...
- main language is Portuguese, but there are many speakers of Forro and Angolar (Ngola), two Portuguese-based creole languages. The entire island of...
- Casamance, Senegal. Growing number of speakers. Gulf of Guinea Creoles Angolar: A heavy substrate of Kimbundu, spoken on São Tomé Island, São Tomé and...
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