2010
06.10

KODi English Swahili Dictionary

I got a request for an English- Swahili dictionary, so here’s one from KODi.   Swahili is the national language of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The dictionary contains 30717 words.

Keys:
left or *  – delete
call key – toggle English-Swahili-English, select in the menu
up or down – move through results

Type: Freeware
Vendor: KODi – Project Page, Help, Forum
Data Connection Required: No
Supported iDEN phones: All Falcon Series (MIDP-2) with Java  (i290, i335, i465, i776 i856, i9, etc.)
File Size: 395 KB

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  1. No. There are no clicks in Swahili

  2. Thought swahili talked with tongue click’s? I’m probably confused, but seem’s like last time i heard it, there was alot of clicking. Not joking, being serious.

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