How to count in Fanagalo (Fanakalo), a Zulu-based Pidgin with some vocabulary from English, Afrikaans, spoken in mainly among miners in South Africa.
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Source: J.D. Bold: Dictionary and Phrase-Book of Fanagalo (Kitchen Kafir), South Africa 1953.
Information compiled by Wolfgang Kuhl
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