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See also: fula and fulá

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EtymologyEdit

  • From Manding languages, ultimately from Fula root ful- (pul-)

NounEdit

Fula (plural Fulas or Fula)

  1. A member of a largely pastoral Muslim people of West Africa.

SynonymsEdit

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  • Fulani (from Hausa; ultimately from Fula root ful- [pul-])
  • Fulbe (from Fula plural noun Fulɓe)
  • Fulah, Foolah (dated)
  • Peul (French equivalent; ultimately from Fula root ful- [pul-] via Wolof)

TranslationsEdit

  • Note: These translations may be for the plural form.

Proper nounEdit

Fula

  1. A language spoken in West Africa.

TranslationsEdit

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AnagramsEdit


BambaraEdit

Proper nounEdit

Fula

  1. Fula (West African people)

Derived termsEdit

  • Fulakan (Fula language)
  • Fulani (little Fula, considered derogatory)