Walltowall in Swahili
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Walltowall translate to Swahili meanings: ukutakwaukuta.
In other words, ukutakwaukuta in Swahili is Walltowall in English.Click to pronunce
How to use Walltowall in Swahili?
Meaning of Walltowall in Swahili language is: ukutakwaukuta.
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Additional definition and meaning of Walltowall in Swahili language
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How to say Walltowall in Swahili?
ukutakwaukuta. This is your most common way to say Walltowall in ukutakwaukuta language. Click audio icon to pronounce Walltowall in Swahili::
How to write Walltowall in Swahili?
The standard way to write "Walltowall" in Swahili is: ukutakwaukuta
Alphabet in Swahili
About Swahili language
See more about Swahili language in here.
Swahili, also known by its native name Kiswahili, is a Bantu language and the native language of the Swahili people. It is a lingua franca of the African Great Lakes region and other parts of East and Southern Africa, including Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, Kenya, some parts of Malawi, Somalia, Zambia, Mozambique, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Comorian, spoken in the Comoros Islands, is sometimes considered a dialect of Swahili, although other authorities consider it a distinct language. Sheng is a mixture of Swahili and English commonly spoken in Kenya and parts of Uganda. Swahili has a 16–20% Arabic loanwords in the language, including the word swahili, from Arabic sawāḥilī (سَوَاحِلي, a plural adjectival form of an Arabic word meaning 'of the coast'). The Arabic loanwords date from the contacts of Arabian traders with the Bantu inhabitants of the east coast of Africa over many centuries. Under Arab trade influence, Swahili emerged as a lingua franca used by Arab traders and Bantu peoples of the East African Coast..
Writing system in Swahili
Latin script (Roman Swahili alphabet), Arabic script (Arabic Swahili alphabet), Swahili Braille
Swahili Speaking Countries and Territories
Swahili Speaking Countries and Territories: Tanzania, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Bajuni Islands (part of Somalia), Mozambique (mostly Mwani), Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya, Comoros, Mayotte, Zambia, Malawi, and Madagascar.
Swahili native speakers
Swahili native speakers: Estimates range from 2 million (2003) to 18 million (2012) L2 speakers: 90 million (1991–2015).
Swahili language code
Swahili language code is: sw.
Conclusion on Walltowall in Swahili
Now that you have learned and understood the common ways of saying Walltowall in Swahili is "ukutakwaukuta", it's time to learn how to say Walltowall in Swahili. This will hopefully give you a little motivation to study Swahili today.
ukutakwaukuta in Swahili meanings Walltowall in English.