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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The compilers are moved by piety and by a sense of real and deep indebtedness when they ac- knowledge the long line of earlier toilers in this particular vineyard: Krapf, Steere, Madan, Johnson (and his many associates), Sacleux, Olderogge, and Hoftmann.* They wish also to acknowledge the very substantial assistance of Miss Barbara Dudley and Mr. Goldklang, who furnished lists of new entries and of new senses for old entries drawn from their long experience in reading contemporary Swahili texts of many kinds.

They must finally express their very great obligation to Messrs.

adhimisho* (ma-) {more commonly maadhimisho) celebration, solemnity, ceremony.

adhi ifikana adhiri*, aziri find fault with, reprove, criticize; degrade, humiliate; slander, defame.

Rechenbach Assisted by Angelica Wanjinu Gesuga Harold M. They trust that it will prove to be of value to libraries, researchers, scholars, and governmental and commercial agencies alike, whose in- terests and concerns will benefit from a better understanding and closer communication with peoples of Africa.

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In view of these resources, the compilers of this dictionary have not felt it necessary or advis- able to expand the volume with phonetic or grammatical aids.

This volume is primarily and specific- ally a word source for readers and translators.

Like all subsequent compilations, it builds gratefully upon the Standard Swahili-English and English-Swahili Dictionary in two volumes, prepared under the direction of Frederick Johnson and published by the Oxford University Press in 1939.

The older literature of the language, written in Arabic characters, goes back to the seventeenth century and includes a wide range of subject matter and forms, from poetry to chronicles and history. acha, dial, ata leave (behind), desert, labedari* LPort. ] (-) pulley, block abandon; divorce (wife, husband).

There is an abundance of modern material, including perhaps a thousand titles in short stories, poet- ry, scholarly works, and text books for elementary and secondary schools.

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