Definitions

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  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Cushitic.
  • adj. Alternative spelling of Cushitic.

Etymologies

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Kushite +‎ -ic

Examples

  • Kushitic writings much more will be known about the culture and way of life of this early black empire.

    The Black Experience in America

  • Not a single inhabitant of the aforementioned realm (except the region of Hedjaz) is Arab, and the mere phenomenon of linguistic arabization did not change in anything the Aramaean, Yemenite, Coptic, Nubian, Kushitic and Berberic identities of the greatly different (from one another) nations …

    American Chronicle

  • Needless to add that Sudan became the colonial tomb of various Kushitic and Nilo-Saharan nations whereby the worst victim, as in anyplace, are the Arabic speaking Kushites of Central Sudan, who have been systematically targeted by the English colonials and were made to believe that they are Arabs whereas never did a single Arab set foot in Sudan - which is the land and the state that the Ancient Greeks and Romans called Ethiopia.

    American Chronicle

  • But, of all the peoples in that ethnic tapestry, perhaps most remarkable are the Kushitic people of Konso.

    Permaculture Research Institute of Australia

  • This fabricated and non existent nation, materialized through the reduction of the Berbers, the Copts, the Kushitic Sudanese, the Yemenites and the Aramaeans to "Arabs" (who in reality are only the Arabic speaking population of Hedjaz in today´s Saudi Arabia), became the instrument of the English - French colonial policies against Turkey, Iran, Shia Islam, non-Arabic Islam, and Secular Islam.

    American Chronicle

  • As we know much (through archeological excavations and Ancient Egyptian epigraphic evidence, and to lesser extent through the two non deciphered Meroitic hieroglyphic and cursive writing systems) about the different phases of the great Kushitic civilization (which spanned over more than two and half millennia before the Abyssinian invasion – ca. 360 CE), we can understand very well that it was totally unrelated to the developments that led to the formation (last pre-Christian centuries) and the rise of the Axumite Abyssinian kingdom (4th – 6th century CE).

    Open Letter to H. E. Mr. Gurjit Singh, Ambassador of India in Abyssinia (Fake 'Ethiopia')

  • The Arabic speaking populations of Central Sudan (totaling ca. 40 - 45\% of the country´s population) are totally Kushitic - Hamitic of origin; they are the descendents of the Ancient Kushites, known to the Mediterranean world as ´Ethiopians´, who - after the destruction of the last pre-Christian capital of Ethiopia, Meroe, by the Semitic Abyssinian king Ezana of Axum - gradually accepted Christianity, which was mostly diffused from the North (Copts and Greeks of Egypt).

    American Chronicle

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