See also: tribú and tribù

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tribu f (plural tribus)

  1. tribe

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Inherited from Old French tribu, from Latin tribus.

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tribu f (plural tribus)

  1. tribe
  2. sigma-algebra

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tribū

  1. ablative singular of tribus

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tribu

  1. Alternative form of tribe

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From Old French tribu, borrowed from Latin tribus.

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tribu f (plural tribuz)

  1. tribe

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  • French: tribu

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Borrowed from Latin tribus.

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tribu oblique singularm (oblique plural tribus, nominative singular tribus, nominative plural tribu)

  1. tribe
    • Jean de Mandeville, Le livre des merveilles du monde, ed. C. Deluz, Institut de Recherche et d'Histoire des Textes 31, Paris, 2000. Available via the Anglo-Norman On-Line Hub
      La comaunda ly angele a Adam q'il cohabistast ovesqez sa femme, si engendra Seth du quel tribu Jhesu Crist nasquy
      Then the angel commanded to Adam that he have sex with his wife, so he begat Seth, from which the tribe of Jesus Christ was born

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Borrowed from Latin tribus, from the root of trēs (three). Compare Old French tribu.

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tribu m or f (plural tribus)

  1. tribe
    • c. 1200, Almerich, Fazienda de Ultramar, f. 22v:
      Embio moẏſen .xij. barones de cada tribu ⁊ plegarõ faſta tr̃a demaach ⁊ uinierõ atr̃a de ebrõ.
      Moses sent twelve men from each tribe, and they reached the land of Hamath and came to the land of Hebron.
    • Idem, f. 79r.
      Sant pablo q̃ ante auie nõbre ſaulus fue del tribu de beniamin naſcio en iuda e al ſegũdo año ap̃s dela paſſiõ de iħu xp̃o baptizo ananias e damaſco []
      Saint Paul, who before had the name Saul, was of the tribe of Benjamin. He was born in Judea, and in the second year after the Passion of Jesus Christ Ananias baptized [him] in Damascus []

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tribu f (plural tribus)

  1. Obsolete spelling of tribo (tribe)
    • 1938 December 31, “O Fantasma – rei das selvas” (chapter 13), in A Gazetinha Nova Phase, volume VI, number 451, São Paulo, page 3:
      Os nativo[sic] pensam que o Fantasma tem medo de Roark e por isso desprezam sua autoridade e as guerras recomeçam na tribu.
      (please add an English translation of this quotation)

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Inherited from Old Spanish tribu, from Latin tribus.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈtɾibu/ [ˈt̪ɾi.β̞u]
  • Rhymes: -ibu
  • Syllabification: tri‧bu

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tribu f (plural tribus)

  1. tribe
  2. (taxonomy) tribe

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Borrowed from Spanish tribu, from Latin tribus.

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tribu (Baybayin spelling ᜆ᜔ᜇᜒᜊᜓ)

  1. tribe (cohesive group of people)
    Synonyms: lipi, angkan
  2. (anthropology) tribe (society larger than a band)

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  • tribu”, in Pambansang Diksiyonaryo | Diksiyonaryo.ph, Manila, 2018