[nyan-juh] /ˈnyæn dʒə/
a Bantu language spoken in Malawi and Zambia.
(pl) -ja, -jas. a member of a Negroid people of central Africa, living chiefly in Malawi
the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family. Nyanja forms the basis of a pidgin used as a lingua franca in central Africa
[nee-an-zuh, nahy-] /niˈæn zə, naɪ-/ noun 1. (in central and East Africa) a large body of water, especially a lake. /ˈnjænzə; nɪˈænzə/ noun 1. (capital when part of a name) (in E Africa) a lake
language An early system on the IBM 704. [Listed in CACM 2(5):16, May 1959]. (1997-12-03)
[nyah-sah, nahy-as-uh] /ˈnyɑ sɑ, naɪˈæs ə/ noun 1. former name of (def 2). /nɪˈæsə; naɪˈæsə/ noun 1. Lake Nyasa, a lake in central Africa at the S end of the Great Rift Valley: the third largest lake in Africa, drained by the Shire River into the Zambezi. Area: about 28 500 sq km (11 000 […]
[nyah-sah-land, nahy-as-uh-] /ˈnyɑ sɑˌlænd, naɪˈæs ə-/ noun 1. former name of (def 1). /nɪˈæsəˌlænd; naɪˈæsə-/ noun 1. the former name (until 1964) of Malawi