Definition of Damara in English:

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Damara

Pronunciation: /dəˈmɑːrə/

noun (plural same or Damaras)

A member of a people inhabiting mountainous parts of Namibia and speaking the Nama language.
Example sentences
  • Who would entertain the idea of the San, Damaras, Namas, Tswanas and Hereros returning to their former land/settlements?
  • They enslaved the Damaras, who had, in their eyes, no right to possess anything.
  • The African groups include the Owambo, Kavango, Caprivians, Herero, Himba, Damara, Nama and Tswana.

adjective

Relating to the Damara.
Example sentences
  • Frederik and the groomers are traditional Damara people and sing church songs and harmonic lullabies as they tend to the horses.
  • Indeed, many Herero and Owambo named villages and towns today that had Damara names originally.
  • The school is named after the late legend and the builder of the Damara nation, Gaob, Conelius Goreseb.

Origin

The name in Nama.

Words that rhyme with Damara

Asmara, Bukhara, carbonara, Carrara, cascara, Connemara, Ferrara, Gemara, Guadalajara, Guevara, Honiara, Lara, marinara, mascara, Nara, Sahara, Samara, samsara, samskara, shikara, Tamara, tiara, Varah, Zara

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