from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun plural (Ethnol.) The most important tribe belonging to the Kaffir race. They inhabit a region on the southeast coast of Africa, but formerly occupied a much more extensive country. They are noted for their warlike disposition, courage, and military skill.
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"Frankly we cannot satisfy ourselves with the definition that the foreskins of the Zulus are the explanation for the rapid spread of the disease in one section of the country."
"The Zulus are the only people who are killing one another,"
With a population of eight million, the Zulus are the country's largest community.
The Zulus are the largest single ethnic group in South Africa's population of
The Zulus were the only people in the whole of South Africa on whom the Bantu
Sean called the Zulus out of the trench and explained to them.
Sixty years ago the Zulus were a savage people, dominated by idolatrous
Africa and the American Negro...Addresses and Proceedings of the Congress on Africa Held Under the Auspices of the Stewart Missionary Foundation for Africa of Gammon Theological Seminary in Connection with the Cotton States and International Exposition December 13-15, 1895.
Gospel, especially a certain king of the people called Zulus, who was named Chaka or Dingaan, he was not sure which.
Because of her name, which I am told she has borne from a child, all the territories of the Zulus are her kraal and all the thousands of the Zulus are her servants.
And in the Methodist Recorder of February 28, 1879, it was stated in somewhat startling not to say apocalyptic terms that: The Zulus are a standing menace to every movement towards the amelioration or elevation or advancement of the human race.