Wolof

[n] - the West AFrican language of the Wolof people in Senegal
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Wolof

The majority ethnic group living in Senegal. There is also a Wolof minority in Gambia. There are about 2 million speakers of Wolof, a language belonging to the Niger-Congo family....
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Wolof

noun the West African language of the Wolof in Senegal; related to Fula
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Wolof

a Muslim people of Senegal and The Gambia who speak the Wolof language of the Atlantic branch of the Niger-Congo language family.[7 related articles]
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Wolof

Wolof (wōl'uf) , black African ethnic group numbering over 3 million, along the Atlantic coast of W Africa; most live in Senegal, but there is a significant minority in Gambia. Traditional Wolof society was distinguished for its rigid social classes. There were nobles and farmers among the...
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Wolof

The Wolof are the majority ethnic group living in Senegal. There is also a Wolof minority in Gambia. There are about two million speakers of Wolof, a language belonging to the Niger-Congo family. The Wolof are predominantly arable farmers, and some also raise cattle.
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Wolof

The majority ethnic group living in Senegal. There is also a Wolof minority in Gambia. There are about 2 million speakers of Wolof, a language belonging to the Niger-Congo family. The Wolof are Muslims. They are predominantly arable farmers, and some also raise cattle. Before the French colonized the region in the 19th century, the Wolof were d...
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