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Nilotes (nīlō`tēz), people of E Africa who speak Nilotic languages. Among these are the Nuer and the Masai.

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1 LECTURE NOTES ON THE HISTORY OF KENYA By Prof. Anne
The term Nilotic is linguistic and originates from the term Nile.
From: Jeremy Coote and Anthony Shelton (eds), Anthropology, Art
cattle keeping Nilotes of the Southern Sudan make no art objects and have no . The picture of Nilotic visual aesthetics painted here is an analyst's abstraction.
Grammatical Change and Emblematic Features in Western Nilotic
lies on derivational noun morphology and number marking of Western Nilotic.
CHAPTER ONE
A SURVEY FOR HAEMOGLOBINS C AND D IN UGANDA

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Nilotic peoples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Kenya's People - the Nilotes - Traditional Music & Cultures of Kenya
In Kenya, Nilotic-speaking tribes comprise the Luo, Maasai, Pokot, Samburu, Turkana, and many of the subgroups which constitute the Kalenjin.
Nilotes — FactMonster.com
Nilotes (nīlō'tēz) [key], people of E Africa who speak Nilotic languages. Among these are the Nuer and the Masai.
Sudan - Non-Muslim Peoples
Nilote is a common name for many of the peoples living on or near the Bahr al Jabal and its tributaries.
Nilotes: Information from Answers.com
Nilotes , people of E Africa who speak Nilotic languages. Among these are the Nuer and the Masai. The most prominent Nilotic ethnic groups live in S.

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