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REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE ON AFRICAN
THE AFRICAN CULTURAL CONTEXT AND
adjective African American African languages African population African roots African substratum Alleyne American English American Heritage Angola Atlantic Bantu languages become Benue-Congo Benue-Congo languages bioprogram Black English Blassingame captives Caribbean Class colloquial creole genesis creole languages cultural Curtin Dalby Dalgish dance developed dialects Dictionary Dillard English connotation English term Euro-American example Fula Georgia Gold Coast groups Gullah Hausa Historical Holm and Shilling influence KiKongo Kimbundu KiTuba large numbers lexical linguistic maintained major connotations Mandingo meaning morphological Negro number of Africans original Oxford English patterns pejorative person phonological pidgin pidgins and creoles Plantation Creole plural prefix Rawley refers result semantic change semantic field singular slang slave trade Slavery South Carolina Southern speakers speech standard terms from African Tshiluba Turner Umbundu United University Press utilized Vass Virginia vocabulary Voodoo Wentworth and Flexner West Africa widened Wolof women Xhosa York Yoruba Zulu