Yoruba

Language and people of southwestern Nigeria. Highly developed pre-colonial civilization. Yoruba Diaspora resulting from slave trade profoundly influenced cultures of Brazil, Cuba, Haiti and elsewhere.
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Yoruba

[n] - a member of a West African people living chiefly in southwestern Nigeria 2. [n] - a Kwa language spoken by the Yoruba people in southwestern Nigeria
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Yoruba

The majority ethnic group living in southwestern Nigeria; there is a Yoruba minority in eastern Benin. They number approximately 20 million in all, and...
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Yoruba

Aku noun a Kwa language spoken by the Yoruba in southwestern Nigeria
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Yoruba

noun a member of a West African people living chiefly in southwestern Nigeria
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Yoruba

one of the three largest ethnic groups of Nigeria, concentrated in the southwestern part of that country. Much smaller, scattered groups live in ... [27 related articles]
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Yoruba

Yoruba is a African girl name. The meaning of the name is `People In Nigeria ` The name Yoruba doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128 years. The name Yoruba seems to be unique!
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Yoruba

Yoruba (yō'rOObä) , people of SW Nigeria and Benin, numbering about 20 million. Today many of the large cities in Nigeria (including Lagos, Ibadan, and Abeokuta) are in Yorubaland. The old Yoruba kingdom of Oyo was traditionally one of the largest states of W Africa, but after the mid...
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Yoruba

The Yoruba are the majority ethnic group living in south west Nigeria; there is a Yoruba minority in east Benin. They number approximately 20 million in all, and their language belongs to the Kwa branch of the Niger- Congo family. The Yoruba established powerful city-states in the 15th century, known for their advanced culture which includes sculpt
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Yoruba

The majority ethnic group living in southwestern Nigeria; there is a Yoruba minority in eastern Benin. They number approximately 20 million in all, and their language belongs to the Kwa branch of the Niger-Congo family. The Yoruba established powerful city states in the 15th century, known for their advanced culture which includes sculpture...
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Yorùbá

`Takeda Sama-no-suke Nobushige` Kuniyoshi print from the series of 24 Generals of the Kai Province. Date: 1853 ...
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