numerology

Numerology information Ngola:

numerologyName Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order

songs

Songs about Ngola:

songsAna Ngola by Sassa Tchokwe & Gabriel Tchiewa from the Album Angola Solta a Tua Voz

songsEme n'gui mona n'gola by Carlitos Vieira Dias from the Album As vozes de um canto

songsEtu tuana n'gola tua solo kia by Carlos Lamartine from the Album Histórias de casa velha

songsEtutuana'ngola by Qim Dos Santos from the Album Angola Saudade 60*70 - Angola

songsGuie Ngola by Hebert Tasgado from the Album Vetas De La Memoria Vol. 2

songsHenda Mua Ngola by Vivalda Dula from the Album Insanidade Mental

songsHenda Mua Ngola (Live) by Vivalda Dula from the Album Live At Artery In Houston Texas

books

Books about Ngola:

booksNgola; by M. Botelho Da Costa (Jan 1, 1941)

booksNgola: The Weapon As Authority, Identity and Ritual Object in Sub-Saharan Africa by Norman Hurst (Mar 1997)

booksNtoota Kimbuzi: Koongo, Zayidi, Ngola by Miabeto Ladi (Jun 3, 2001)

booksCantu 'ngola (Il canto in gola). Prose dell'antiquario ('U) by Felice Mastroianni (Jan 1, 2002)

booksTHE MANY VOICES OF MIRIAM MAKEBA - vinyl lp. SONGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA, BRAZIL, THE WEST INDIES, THE CONGO, THE... by MIRIAM MAKEBA (1111)

booksO reino do Congo, os Mbundu (ou Ambundos), o reino dos "Ngola" (ou de Angola) e a presenca portuguesa de finais... by Ilidio do Amaral (1996)

booksNgola Ka Nepo by D.J.M. Ngcangca (Dec 31, 2003)

wiki

Wiki information Ngola:

Ngola

Ngola was the title for rulers of the Ndongo kingdom which existed from the 14th to the 17th century in what is now Angola. The full title was "Ngola a Kiluanje", which is often shortened to simply "Ngola", hence the name of the modern country.

Angolar Language
Human Language

Angolar, also Ngola is a minority language of São Tomé and Príncipe, spoken in the southernmost towns of São Tomé Island and sparsely along the coast. It is a creole language, based partially on Portuguese with a heavy substrate of a dialect of...