A white-wine grape widely grown in Hungary.
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- a Nilotic language
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Member of a Nilotic minority group in southern Sudan. The Dinka are transhumant pastoralists, moving their cattle from river-area camps in the dry season to savannah forest and permanent...
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a Nilotic language
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people who live in the savanna country surrounding the central swamps of the Nile basin in the southern part of The Sudan. Numbering more than ... [5 related articles]
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Dinka or Kövidinka is a white Hungarian wine grape grape. There is also significant plantings near the Hungarian border in Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia. ==Synonyms== Dinka is also known under the synonyms Bakar, Chtein Chiler, Crvena Dinka, Crvena Ruzica, Dinka Crvena, Dinka Mala, Dinka Rouge, Fleichstraube, Fleischtraube, Hajnalpi
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The Dinka are a branch of the Nilotes, race of mixed Negro and Hamitic blood, inhabiting part of the Sudan. They are exceptionally tall, often reaching 7 ft, athletic and very proud.
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There are several white grape varieties include the name of "Dinka". The next three are from Hungary: The Alba is Dinka, with white berries grown in Romania. Synonyms are Feher Dinka, Fig Grapes, F
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The Dinka are a North African ethnic group. Dinka may also refer to: ==People with the surname== ...
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