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- proper n. A West-African people.
- proper n. A language spoken in West Africa.
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- n. a member of a pastoral and nomadic people of western Africa; they are traditionally cattle herders of Muslim faith
- n. a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad; the best known of the West African languages
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Fula is a muffler for warming the user's body and soul on a cold winter's day.
Mr Diallo represents the Peul ethnic group - also known as the Fula - while Mr Conde is supported by the Malinkes.
But the CD "I Speak Fula" wisely avoids crossovers with Western music and cameos by foreign celebrities.
(Soundbite of music) Unidentified People: (Singing in foreign language) EYRE: Bassekou calls this CD "I Speak Fula," but Fula is not his language.
His group explores traditional griot music and the blues on its deeply satisfying 2009 release "I Speak Fula."
Fula é um sistema para aquecer o corpo e a mete num dia frio de Inverno.
While I loved Segu Blue for its slower moments (of which I Speak Fula exhibits plenty), the real charm of his latest is in the upbeat tracks.
SOON Ministries produce several free single-sheet outreach papers geared for West Africa: Soon in easy-English, Bientot in African French, and Badake in several Fula dialects.
Cam- agfo, up-country Fula volunteer's blog mostly from his past travels
Ethnic groups: African 99% (Mandinka 42%, Fula 18%, Wolof 16%, Jola 10%, Serahuli 9%, other 4%), non-African 1%