Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A group of Niger-Congo languages spoken primarily in Liberia and Côte d'Ivoire.

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See Kroo.

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Examples

  • That is why they are usually referred to “King/Queen of Gola, Mano, Kru (or whatever tribe) Gospel Music”.

    Global Voices in English » Liberians Are Talking, Are You Listening?

  • Liberia is a country the size of Ohio, with two million people and twenty-eight different tribes, including the Kru, the Gio, the Kpelle, and the Bassa.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • Liberia is a country the size of Ohio, with two million people and twenty-eight different tribes, including the Kru, the Gio, the Kpelle, and the Bassa.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • Migrations of Liberian Kru; first Christians (European traders) 1637..

    A survey of West Africa: a Chronology

  • So settlers, along with their Kru allies, cleared as much space between the colony and the bush as possible.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • So settlers, along with their Kru allies, cleared as much space between the colony and the bush as possible.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • Liberia is a country the size of Ohio, with two million people and twenty-eight different tribes, including the Kru, the Gio, the Kpelle, and the Bassa.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • So settlers, along with their Kru allies, cleared as much space between the colony and the bush as possible.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • So settlers, along with their Kru allies, cleared as much space between the colony and the bush as possible.

    The House at Sugar Beach

  • Liberia is a country the size of Ohio, with two million people and twenty-eight different tribes, including the Kru, the Gio, the Kpelle, and the Bassa.

    The House at Sugar Beach

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