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Etymology Edit

Latin Nīlōticus, from Ancient Greek Νειλώτης (Neilṓtēs, on the Nile). Analyzable as Nile +‎ -otic

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Adjective Edit

Nilotic (comparative more Nilotic, superlative most Nilotic)

  1. Of or pertaining to the Nile or the people who live on its banks.
  2. Of or pertaining to the Nilotic languages or the people who speak them.

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  • (pertaining to the Nile river): Nilean (rare, possibly dated)

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Noun Edit

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Nilotic (uncountable)

  1. A group of languages spoken in parts of South Sudan, Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania.

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