Xhosa

noun a Bantu language closely related to Zulu
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Xhosa

a cluster of related peoples living primarily in Eastern Cape province, South Africa, and forming part of the southern Nguni group of Bantu-speaking ... [13 related articles]
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Xhosa

Member of a Bantu people of South Africa, living mainly in the Eastern Cape province. Traditionally, the Xhosa were farmers and cattle herders, cattle having great social and religious importance to...
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Xhosa

Member of a Bantu people of South Africa, living mainly in the Eastern Cape province. Traditionally, the Xhosa were farmers and cattle herders, cattle having great social and religious importance to them. Their social structure is based on a monarchy. Their Bantu language belongs to the Niger-Congo family
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Xhosa

The Xhosa are a Bantu people of southern Africa, living mainly in the Black National State of Transkei. Traditionally, the Xhosa were farmers and pastoralists, with a social structure based on a monarchy.
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Xhosa

[n] - a Bantu language closely related to Zulu
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