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tukul (plural tukuls)

  1. (often italicized) A cone-shaped mud hut, usually with a thatched roof, found in eastern and northeastern Africa
    • 1987, Tudor Parfitt, The Thirteenth Gate: Travels Among the Lost Tribes of Israel[1], page 136:
      The women were sitting in groups in front of their tukuls.