kalenjin

  • 1 Kalenjin — may refer to:* Kalenjin people ** Elgeyo ** Kipsigis ** Marakwet ** Nandi ** Pokot ** Sabaot ** Terik ** Tugen ** Sebei * Kalenjin language * Kalenjin languages …

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  • 2 Kalenjin — Kalenjins Kalenjins L athlète Lornah Kiplagat en 2007 Popula …

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  • 3 Kalenjin — Pokot Frauen Die Kalendjin, Kalenjin oder Kalendschin (so gesprochen) sind eine Gruppe verwandter Völker, die im Westen Kenias im und am Rift Valley leben. Sie sprechen südnilotische Sprachen. Die Kalendjin sind Niloten und vor mehr als 2000… …

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  • 4 Kalenjin — ▪ people       any member of the Kipsikis (Kipsigis), Nandi, Pokot, or other related peoples of west central Kenya, northern Tanzania, and Uganda who speak Southern Nilotic languages of the Nilo Saharan language family.       The Kalenjin peoples …

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  • 5 Kalenjin — noun a) an ethnic group of Nilotic origin living in the Great Rift Valley in western Kenya and eastern Uganda b) a member of this ethnic group …

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  • 6 Kalenjin — ISO 639 3 Code : kln ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Macrolanguage Language Type : Living Individual languages : Identifier : enb Name: Markweeta Individual languages : Identifier : eyo Name: Keiyo …

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  • 7 kalenjin —  adj. D un peuple du Kenya …

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  • 8 Kalenjin people — Kalenjin is an ethnic group of Nilotic origin living in the Great Rift Valley in western Kenya. The Kalenjin population is estimated at roughly 3 million. There are several smaller tribal groupings within the Kalenjin: Elgeyo, Endorois, Kipsigis …

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  • 9 Kalenjin language — For the broader linguistic family of Kalenjin languages spoken in Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania, see Kalenjin languages. Kalenjin is a cluster of closely related dialects spoken in Western Kenya and the Rift Valley by about 12% of Kenya s… …

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  • 10 Kalenjin languages — The Kalenjin languages are a group of twelve related Southern Nilotic languages spoken in Kenya, eastern Uganda and northern Tanzania. The term Kalenjin comes from a Nandi expression meaning I say (to you) . Kalenjin in this broad linguistic… …

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  • 11 Pueblo kalenjin — Lornah Kiplagat Los kalenjin son un grupo étnico de órigen nilótico oriundo de la región africana del Valle del Rift, en el oeste de Kenia y oeste de Uganda, cuya población estimada en la actualidad es de unos tres millones de personas. El… …

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  • 12 Langues kalenjin — Répartition des langues nilo sahariennes Les langues kalenjin sont un groupe de langues de la famille nilo saharienne. Elles sont parlées essentiellement dans les hauts plateaux l Ouest Kenya, mais aussi en Ouganda, par des populations qui s auto …

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  • 13 Nandi–Markweta languages — Nandi Kalenjin Ethnicity: Kalenjin people, some Dorobo Geographic distribution: Great Rift Valley Linguistic classification: Nilo Saharan? …

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  • 14 Kalenjins — L athlète Lornah Kiplagat en 2007 Populations …

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  • 15 Kenya — Kenyan, adj., n. /ken yeuh, keen /, n. 1. a republic in E Africa: member of the Commonwealth of Nations; formerly a British crown colony and protectorate. 28,803,085; 223,478 sq. mi. (578,808 sq. km). Cap.: Nairobi. 2. Mount, an extinct volcano… …

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  • 16 Bukusu people — The Bukusu are one of the seventeen Kenyan sub tribes of the Luhya Bantu language and cultural group of East Africa. Calling themselves BaBukusu , they are the largest single ethnic unit among the Luhya nation, making up about 17% of the whole… …

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  • 17 Kipsigis language — Kipsigis (or Kipsikii, Kipsikiis) is a Kalenjin language part of the Kenyan Kalenjin dialect cluster (commonly called Nandi) ref|nandi. It is spoken mainly in the Kericho district of the Rift Valley Province in Kenya. The Kipsigis people are the… …

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  • 18 Kipsigis — The Kipsigis was a pastoralist ethnic group in Kenya, speaking the Kipsigis language.Currently the community practises farming and they are famously known for growing Kenyan green gold tea.They are a sub group of the Kalenjin and originated in… …

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  • 19 Terik — The Terik people are a Kalenjin group inhabiting parts of the Kakamega and Nandi Districts of western Kenya, numbering about 120,000 people. They live wedged in between the Nandi, Luo and Luhya (Luyia) peoples. Among the Luo they are known as… …

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  • 20 Tugen — may also refer to Tugen Hills in Kenya The Tugen are a branch of the Kalenjin community and they occupy the districts of Baringo and Koibatek in Rift Valley, Kenya. Daniel arap Moi, the second president of Kenya (1978 ndash;2002) was from the… …

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