Nyamwezi

[n] - a Bantu language spoken in central Tanzania
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Nyamwezi

Member of one of the largest groups of Bantu people in Tanzania, living on the plains surrounding the town of Tabora. Most of the Nyamwezi are farmers. Although the Nyamwezi suffered greatly from...
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Nyamwezi

noun a Bantu language spoken in central Tanzania
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Nyamwezi

Bantu-speaking inhabitants of a wide area of the western region of Tanzania. Their language and culture are closely related to those of the Sukuma ... [2 related articles]
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Nyamwezi

The Nyamwezi are a people of the highlands of north-central Tanzania, south of Lake Victoria. Traders, they established a trade network from the east coast of Africa to Uganda during the 18th century and later into Zambia.
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