- 1A member of a South African people living mainly in KwaZulu-Natal province.More example sentences
- But once again, neither the Zulus nor the Plains Indians had artillery.
- Wars against the Zulus in South Africa or against the Chinese in Indo-China seemed to be merely a waste of money and troops, with no clear European pay-off.
- The Ndebeles consider themselves part of the Zulu nation and would ideally like to break away and form a new country with the Zulus in South Africa.
- 1.1The Bantu language of the Zulus, related to Xhosa and spoken by over 9 million people.More example sentences
- Google's pages are available in dozens of languages (including Zulu, Xhosa, Esperanto, Klingon, and Pig Latin).
- One year I had a class of very diverse cultures with some children speaking Xhosa, Zulu, Tswane, Afrikaans and even French.
- This is the opposite of the increasing standardization of the languages of Xhosa and Zulu, which occurred through missionary activity and later state controls.
- 2A code word representing the letter Z, used in radio communication.More example sentences
- Atlas 4 this is Zulu 7 Requesting immediate evac from, Bigs hand me that map, Dog Niner Alpha Zero.
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- Relating to the Zulu people or language.
The Zulus formed a powerful military empire in southern Africa during the 19th century before being defeated in a series of engagements with white Afrikaner and British settlers. Some Zulus still live under the traditional clan system in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, but many now work in the citiesMore example sentences
- And there is Yesterday, the first-ever feature shot entirely in the Zulu language.
- Raised among the wives of King Cetshwayo, she had a detailed knowledge of Zulu history and customs at the royal court.
- He said: ‘We had a magnificent welcome of drum majorettes, gospel singing and Zulu dancing.’
from the stem of Zulu umZulu (plural amaZulu).
More definitions of ZuluDefinition of Zulu in:
- The British & World English dictionary