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Word of the day: “Flag” in our african languages, what does it give?

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Word of the day: “Flag” in our african languages, what does it give?

Do you know what the word is used to say “Flag” in your African language? In Ekang (Beti – Cameroon), it will be:

Etsíg
(Flag)

Etsíg ǹnam
(National flag)

Dzaleu.com Ekang Beti version flag
©Dzaleu.com Ekang beti Flag version



Example with flags we use to show our different versions
Etsíg Dzaleu.com diná ! (Ekang)
Here is Dzaleu.com logo flag ! (English)




Example of use with our article on the prohibition of the apartheid flag in South Africa

In Ekang language :
“South Afríka: Mvənde nnam yâ kuli ekĭ nâ etsíg “apartheid” é lədəbán á ǹsəŋ”

Translation (not literal):
South Africa: Justice forbids public use of the apartheid flag

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