4 edition of Dictionary of the Kiniassa language found in the catalog.
|Statement||by the Rev. John Rebman, edited by his colleague, the Rev. Dr. L. Krapf.|
|Contributions||Krapf, J. L. 1810-1881., Church Missionary Society.|
|LC Classifications||PL8593.Z5 R4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 184 p.|
|Number of Pages||184|
|LC Control Number||43045580|
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Excerpt from Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language After the Committee of the Church Miss. Society in England had resolved upon printing this Dictionary, and after they had charged the Editor with the execution of their design, the latter repeatedly was urgent with Mr. Rebman, to give him some historical hints in regard to the first occasion or idea which had brought him on composing this : John Rebman.
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REBMAN, John. Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language. By The Rev. John Rebman, late Missionary in Eastern Africa, Edited by his colleague The Rev. Krapf. Printed on hona, near Basle in Switzerland, at the Request and Expense of the Church Missionary Society, Cr.8vo.
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He was a German missionary and church founder in East Africa, who was first to compile a Dictionary of Chichewa, although he called the language Kiniassa. Another button connects to the history of Chichewa Lexicography. 5 John Rebman, Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language, edited by L. Krapf, Basel: St.
Chrischona/ London: CMS, [John Rebman is an anglicised version of his real name]. Mombasa and later in nearby Rabai and Kisuludini he needed an extra source of information, which was not naturally at hand. Research & publications Linguistic automation General Literary works Text books Undergraduate papers Year All n.d.
n.d /90 The Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language, compiled by the reverend Johannes Rebmann brom and posthumously published inwas the first extensive written record of the Chichewa language. It is representative of the fairly prolific publishing output of European missionaries — principally religious (bible translations, hymn books, etc.
Rebmann’s collection, in the s, of Chichewa-English vocabulary was published consecutively in Switzerand and England in as the Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language. He shares his place in history with Salimini, a Malawian ex-slave, who was captured by the Swahili Arabs in the Lilongwe region.
His lexicographical work facilitated succeeding missionaries. He compiled vocabularies of the Swahili and N(y)ika languages. Together with Salimini, a slave captured near Lake Nyasa (now Lake Malawi) by the Swahili Arabs, he made a dictionary of the ‘Kiniassa’, an important language in Central Africa, which is now usually called Chichewa.
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Rebmann’s collection of Chichewa-English vocabulary in the s, was printed in as the Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language. A dictionary of the Suahili language : with introduction containing an outline of a Suahili grammar by J.
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It is entitled ‘Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language’. Of course the name Kiniassa cannot mislead us, being Swahili for ‘language of the lake’, which unmistakenly refers to Chinyanja, i.e. Chichewa in this article. In the years the dictionary was compiled by a German missionary, Johannes Rebmann, in Mombasa (present-day Kenya)..
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Rebmann spent thirty-eight years in Africa and acquired considerable knowledge of several of the native languages. He published a Dictionary of the Kiniassa Language () and a map of East Africa ().
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