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Accented & special characters are treated as regular letters for purpose of alphabetization.

For example: à = a, ç = c, é = e, ï = i, mb = m, ŋ = n, ó = o, ù = u, etc.

A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z

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  1. Hi,
    We have learned an Wolov song at our Djembe lessons, but we don’t know the meaning. Can someone help?
    It’s written fonetic…
    O SEE A JEE MAMI A DOEPWEE A KABO A DOEPWIO
    MAWALEE OE SIE KOLEE MAWALEE OESEOWA
    MAWALEE EE EE, MAWALEE SIKOLEE MAWALEE RIKO
    O SEE A JEE MAMI A DOEPWEE A KABO A DOEPWIO
    SEE O SEE EE, WOJA SOWETO OO
    EEE EEE, WOJA SOWETO
    SOWETO, BAMBARA

    We want to know the translation and meaning of this song.
    Thanks for helping me out!

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