About the Makwe Language

Makwe is a Bantu language of Mozambique spoken in Cabo Delgado province at the Coast close to Tanzania border area south to Quionga, Palma around Ruvuma river area.
It is also known as Kimakwe, Macue, Palma and is spken by over 60,000 people.
Makwe is also spoken in Tanzania.
There are two dialects of makwe; Coastal Makwe and Interior Makwe and the language is intelligible with Swahili.
The Makwe people are primarily Muslim.
There is no known scripture translation in Makwe yet.

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1Esta é a história dos antepassados de Jesus Cristo/o Messias, descendente do Rei Davi e de Abraão, de quem todos nós judeus somos descendentes. 2Abraão foi pai de Isaque. Isaque foi pai de Jacó. Jacó foi pai de Judá e dos irmãos mais velhos e mais novos de Judá. 3Judá foi pai de Peres e de Zerá, e a mãe deles foi Tamar. Peres foi pai de Esrom.

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