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Ndonga (Oshindonga) is a Bantu language spoken in Namibia and parts of Angola. It is a standardized dialect of the Ovambo ( Oshiwambo) language, and is mutually intelligible with Kwanyama, the other Ovambo dialect. Ovambo can be divided broadly into two groups. The first includes the Ovakwanyama and all the southern Angolan peoples, whose dialect is known as Oshikwanyama and distinguished, for example, by the plural prefix ova for ‘people’ - as in ovakulunhu (elders). The second includes the Ondonga and all the remaining Ovambo peoples, the dialect known as Oshindonga with a plural prefix aa for ‘people’. Key Dialects: Ovakwayama or Kwanyama group dialects include Kafima, Evale, Mbandja, Mbalanhu, Ndongwena, Kwankwa, Dombondola, and Esinga; Ndonga group dialects include Kwambi, Ngandjera, Kwaluudhi and Kolonkadhi-Eunda.

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