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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
- lamane jegan joof (english spelling in the gambia , lamane djigan diouf french spelling in senegal , also : ndigan dieye diouf djigan diouf
- this is a list of states headed by the serer lamane s. the lamanes (or lamans) have a historical , economic and religious significance
- the raan festival of tukar takes place in the old village of tukar founded by lamane jegan joof (or lamane djigan diouf in french
- in 2004, lamane njaga dibor ndoffene joof (lamane diaga dibor ndofene diouf) was the last lamane of tukar. in the early history of the ghana
- the royal title maad is sometimes used interchangeably with their ancient kings and landowners - the lamane s between 1350 and 1969 (the
- name Łamane grądy , settlement_type village , total_type   , image_flag , image_shield , image_map , coordinates_region pl , subdivision_
- 'lamane', of 'serer' or 'guelowar ' origin (pre 1335 lamane s were not mere province chiefs but kings, also the guelowars became serers and
- some of the king's government (or the political structure of sine) include: the lamanes (provincial chiefs and title holders, not to be
- village and town founders called lamane s were believed to be accompanied by a group of pangool as they travelled in search of land to exploit.