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- lamane or laman (also laam or lam) means 'master of the land' in the serer language. the name was also sometimes the title of chiefs or kings of the serer
- further information: lamane and joof family lamane jegan joof (english spelling in the gambia, lamane djigan diouf french spelling in senegal, also : ndigan
- Łamane grądy [waˈmanɛ ˈɡrɔndɨ] is a village in the administrative district of gmina grajewo, within grajewo county, podlaskie voivodeship, in north-eastern
- main articles: lamane, serer ancient history, and serer religion this is a list of states headed by the serer lamanes. the lamanes (or lamans) have a
- laman or lamane may refer to: karl edvard laman, swedish missionary and ethnographer laman and lemuel, figures in the book of mormon lamane jegan joof
- information: lamane jegan joof according to serer tradition tukar was founded by lamane jegan joof (french spelling in senegal: lamane djigan diouf)
- history. he stems from the royal line of lamane jegan joof, the 11th century founder and king of tukar. lamane jegan joof tukar kingdom of baol serer people
- careful never to arrive before the lamane and always avoid direct encounters with the lamane of tukar. whilst the lamane was busy self-meditating, touring
- tunisian descent la'am, (hebrew: לע'ם), a former political faction in israel lamane, the landed gentry as well the title of ancient kings of the serer people
- further information: lamane the joof family is one of the old families of senegambia. serer oral tradition speaks of a noble called lamane jegan joof, owner