Now updated for CSW19. New words, if any, and new inflections of existing words, are shown in red.
|in E. Africa, a public meeting-place.
|a form of Kenyan popular music featuring guitars.
|in Africa, a thorn enclosure.
|a master, sir.
|a tropical fever. [Swahili dinga].
|a Swahili rallying cry, 'let's organize together'.
|an E. African salutation.
|a piece of cotton cloth wound round the body as a dress.
|a long white garment worn by men in E. Africa.
|a piece of cloth wound round the waist.
|a brightly coloured cotton cloth.
|the standard monetary unit of Angola.
|a type of taxi used in Kenya.
|an area of deciduous woodland occurring in parts of E Africa > MIOMBOS.
|a large African tree of the mulberry family.
|an old person.
|in E. Africa, a white person.
|an African knife, like a machete.
|an African alcoholic drink.
|a hunter's or traveller's party or caravan, esp. in E. Africa; (verb) to go on safari.
|(in Africa) the Government; white rulers.
|in E. Africa, any plot, farm or smallholding used for growing crops.
|in Africa, a short two-edged sword or large knife.
|a species of African antelope.
|in Tanzania, a form of village community resembling the Israeli kibbutz.