Kraal

Not to be mistaken with Graal Kraal (also spelled craal or kraul) is an Afrikaans and Dutch word (also used in South African English) for an enclosure for cattle or other livestock, located within an African settlement or village surrounded by a fence of thorn-bush branches, a palisade, mud wall, or other fencing, roughly circular in form. In Cura...
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Kraal

• (n.) A collection of huts within a stockade; a village; sometimes, a single hut. • (n.) An inclosure into which are driven wild elephants which are to be tamed and educated.
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kraal

noun a pen for livestock in southern Africa
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Kraal

Kraal (kräl or kral; 277) noun [ Dutch, a village, inclosure, park, probably from Portuguese curral a cattle pen; the same word as Spanish corral . See Corral .] 1. A collection of huts within a stockade; a village; sometimes, a single hut. [ South Africa] 2.
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Kraal

A Kraal is a South African native village or town, usually a collection of huts surrounded by a palisade. Sometimes the term is applied to a single hut.
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Kraal

African village
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kraal

enclosure or group of houses surrounding an enclosure for livestock, or the social unit that inhabits these structures. The term has been more ... [4 related articles]
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kraal

[n] - a village of huts for native Africans in southern Africa 2. [n] - a pen for livestock in southern Africa
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