Luo

noun a Nilotic language
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luo

any of several sizes and styles of Chinese gong. The most common luo are characteristically round and convex in shape, with edges that are turned ... [2 related articles]
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Luo

Member of the second-largest ethnic group of Kenya, living in the Lake Victoria region and numbering around 2,650,000 (1987). The Luo are a Nilotic people who traditionally lived by farming...
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Luo

Member of the second-largest ethnic group of Kenya, living in the Lake Victoria region and numbering around 2,650,000 (1987). The Luo are a Nilotic people who traditionally lived by farming livestock. Many, however, now work as wage labourers throughout East Africa. Traditionally they had a strong clan system without centralized political autho...
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Luo

people living among several Bantu-speaking peoples in the flat country near Lake Victoria in western Kenya and northern Tanzania. More than three ... [5 related articles]
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Luo

The Luo are the second-largest ethnic group of Kenya, living in the Lake Victoria region and the Upper Bile valley. In 1987 they numbered some 2,650,000. The Luo traditionally live by farming livestock. The Luo language is of the Nilo-Saharan (Nilotic) family.
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Luo

[n] - a Nilotic language
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