Angas
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  • Angas — noun A Chadic language of Nigeria …   Wiktionary

  • angâş — angîş ( şle), s.n. – Loitră la car. tc. angic car (Şeineanu, I, 395). L de la pl. se explică prin forma pl. tc. angiclar. Trimis de blaurb, 03.04.2009. Sursa: DER …   Dicționar Român

  • aṅgas — अङ्गस् …   Indonesian dictionary

  • Angas — noun a Chadic language spoken in northern Nigeria and closely related to Hausa • Hypernyms: ↑West Chadic …   Useful english dictionary

  • Angas River — Angas RiverVorlage:Infobox Fluss/GKZ fehlt Lage South Australia (Australien) Flusssystem Murray River Abfluss über Murray River → In …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • ANGAS, George Fife (1789-1879) — a founder of South Australia, philanthropist was born at Newcastle on Tyne, England, on 1 May 1789. He was the seventh son of Caleb Angas, a prosperous coach manufacturer and shipowner, and was educated at a boarding school under the Rev. J.… …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Angas (langue) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Angas. Angas ngas Parlée au  Nigeria Région …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Angas languages — Infobox Language family name=Angas region=Nigeria familycolor=Afro Asiatic fam1=Afro Asiatic fam2=Chadic fam3=West Chadic fam4=West Chadic A fam5=West Chadic A.3 child1=Angas 1 group child2=Angas 2 groupThe Angas languages belong to the Afro… …   Wikipedia

  • ANGAS, George French (1822-1886) — artist and naturalist eldest son of George Fife Angus (q.v.) and his wife Rosetta French, was born at Newcastle on Tyne on 25 April 1822. As a youth he studied drawing and lithography and in 1842 published A Ramble in Malta and Sicily illustrated …   Dictionary of Australian Biography

  • Angas family — /ˈæŋgəs/ (say angguhs) noun an Australian family notable in public life in SA since its foundation. 1. George Fife, 1789–1879, English born philanthropist and one of the founders of SA. 2. his son, George French, 1822–86, Australian illustrator,… …   Australian English dictionary

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