Definition of Matabeles. Meaning of Matabeles. Synonyms of Matabeles

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Definition of Matabeles

Matabeles
Matabele Mat`a*be"le, or Matabeles Mat`a*be"les, n. pl., sing. Matabele. [Written also Matabili.] (Ethnol.) A warlike South African Kaffir tribe.
Matabele
Matabele Mat`a*be"le, or Matabeles Mat`a*be"les, n. pl., sing. Matabele. [Written also Matabili.] (Ethnol.) A warlike South African Kaffir tribe.
Matabele
Matabele Mat`a*be"le, or Matabeles Mat`a*be"les, n. pl., sing. Matabele. [Written also Matabili.] (Ethnol.) A warlike South African Kaffir tribe.

Meaning of Matabeles from wikipedia

- Matabele may refer to: Northern Ndebele people HMS Matabele (F26), a destroyer of the Royal Navy Matabele (genus), a genus of beetle in the family Carabidae...
- The Second Matabele War, also known as the Matabeleland Rebellion or part of what is now known in Zimbabwe as the First Chimurenga, was fought between...
- Ndebele language . The Northern Ndebele were historically referred to as the Matabele which was a seSotho corruption of 'Ndebele'. Their history began when a...
- devastated and depo****ted in the early 1820s. An offshoot of the Zulu, the Matabele people created a larger empire that included large parts of the highveld...
- ambushed and annihilated by more than 3,000 Matabele warriors in Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), during the First Matabele War. Headed by Major Allan Wilson, the...
- 1893, during the First Matabele War in what is now Zimbabwe. A British column was attacked during night by a large force of Matabele warriors. The British...
- conquered during the First Matabele War. This corresponds roughly to the precolonial territory of the Shona people and the Matabele people, although there...
- Matabele is a genus of beetles in the family Carabidae, containing the following species: Matabele arabica Mateu, 1986 Matabele miranda Peringuey, 1896...
- mainly in Airco DH.4 bombers, the Matabele also found favour as a power-boat and speed-record car engine. No Matabeles were built during the First World...
- policemen enabled the Matabele and Mashona peoples to rise up against the Chartered Company, and the rebellion, known as the Second Matabele War, was suppressed...
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