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Bantu

Ban´tu
prop. n.1.A member of one of the great family of Negroid tribes occupying equatorial and southern Africa. These tribes include, as important divisions, the Kafirs, Damaras, Bechuanas, and many tribes whose names begin with Aba-, Ama-, Ba-, Ma-, Wa-, variants of the Bantu plural personal prefix Aba-, as in Ba-ntu, or Aba-ntu, itself a combination of this prefix with the syllable -ntu, a person; or as in Watusi.
2.the family of languages spoken by the Bantu people (definition 1).
adj.1.Of or pertaining to the Bantu language group Bantu (definition 2); as, Bantu languages.
2.of or pertaining to the Bantu people (definition 1).
Noun1.Bantu - a member of any of a large number of linguistically related peoples of Central and South Africa
2.Bantu - a family of languages widely spoken in the southern half of the African continent
Adj.1.Bantu - of or relating to the African people who speak one of the Bantoid languages or to their culture; "the Bantu population of Sierra Leone"
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Banstickle
Bantam
Bantam work
bantamweight
Banteng
Banter
Banterer
bantering
banteringly
Banti's disease
Banti's syndrome
banting
Bantingism
Bantling
Bantoid
Bantoid language
-- Bantu --
Bantu-speaking
Banxring
Banyan
banyan tree
Banzai
banzai attack
banzai charge
Baobab
bap
BAPC
BAPCo
Baphia
Baphia nitida
Baphomet
BAPI
BAPT
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