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- Mukulu may be: The Mokilko language of Chad The Mukulu dialect of Zambia...
- Namibe Province, southern Angola. It contains a single species, Cardiocorax mukulu. Cardiocorax is known from the holotype MGUAN PA103 which consists of...
- Mokilko, or Mukulu (also known as Gergiko, Guerguiko, Mokulu, Mokoulou, Djonkor Guera, Dyongor Guera, Diongor Guera, Jonkor-Gera), is a Chadic language...
- the Liberation of Uganda (NALU). The main figure of the group was Jamil Mukulu, a former Protestant who converted to Islam. The members were largely from...
- Denis Ssebuggwawo (1870-25 May 1886) (Musajja-mukulu) is a Ugandan Roman Catholic martyr and saint. He was by tribe a Muganda from Bulemeezi county. His...
- largest ethnic group in Zambia. The chieftainship is named after Chiti Mukulu (Chiti the Great), who in the 18th Century led the Bemba out from their...
- Banky W. and Knighthouse. His well-known songs include "Shake Body", "Mukulu", "Keresimesi", "Komole", "My Baby", "Take Care of Me" and "Denge Pose"...
- Mutombo Mukulu lay between the Luba kingdom to its east and the Lunda kingdom to the west. Ilunga Sungu attempted to persuade Mutombo Mukulu to accept...
- include (A) the Tumak, Nancere, and Kera languages; and (B) the Dangaléat, Mukulu, and Sokoro languages Masa Several modern genetic studies...
- influence. They include Chishinga, Lomotwa, Ngoma, Nwesi, Kabende, Luunda, Mukulu, Ng’umbo, and Unga, which is spoken by Twa pygmies and sometimes considered...