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“Marakwet: lemaiyua Mbeere: mukui, muriru Nandi: limaiyua, lamayuet Pokot: lamaiwa, lamaiyua Sabaot: lemaiyua Samburu: lairakai, lamulii, leperei Swahili: mzuari, mzambarau Taita: musu, mkongo Taveta: mase Tugen: lomoiwo, lamaek (fruit)”
“Earth and carry away people and cows and sheep and goats, I bring them all down here to my beautiful country of Death, but no one can go back again, and you and the musu and your dog must stay here for ever.”
“On they went through the jungle, and it seemed as if the musu would never be caught.”
“Still the musu ran on and the dog ran after it, and Mpobe followed them, looking from side to side as he ran, and wondering at all he saw.”
“This is my dog, and we were hunting this musu above in the jungle, and the musu ran into a hole and my dog followed it, and I followed the dog, and we arrived here.”
“At last they came to a courtyard, and Mpobe followed them into it; the dog had not caught the musu.”
“On and on they went in the dark, down into the Earth, and Mpobe ran on because he still heard the bell, and he wanted to catch the musu.”
“Then Mpobe told her all about his hunting and the musu and the tunnel, and the wonderful country in the middle of the Earth, and the very old man who was Walumbe.”
“French count and soldier of fortune, while in their wake streamed a yelling pack of half-caste demons clothed in the habiliments of sixteenth century Japan, and wielding the barbarous spears of the savage head-hunting aborigines whose fierce blood coursed in their veins with that of the descendants of Taka-mi-musu-bi-no-kami.”
“His long legs enable him to feed on the branches of trees, whence his name of moose, from the Indian musee or musu, wood-eater.”
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