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Kanembu people information

Kanembu traditional dance
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Chad (Lac, Kanem, and Chari-Baguirmi)
Kanembu, Chadian Arabic, French
Related ethnic groups
Toubou people

The Kanembu are an ethnic group of Chad, generally considered the modern descendants of the Kanem-Bornu Empire.[2] The Kanembu are estimated to number 1,815,270 people,[3] located primarily in Chad's Lac Prefecture but also in Chari-Baguirmi and Kanem prefectures.[4] They speak the Kanembu language, which the Kanuri language is closely related to, with many speaking Arabic and sometimes nowadays French as a second language.

  1. ^ "Chad". 24 August 2023.
  2. ^ US Country Studies: Chad
  3. ^ "Chad". 24 August 2023.
  4. ^ Ethnologue entry on Kanembu

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Kanembu people

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number 1,815,270 people, located primarily in Chad's Lac Prefecture but also in Chari-Baguirmi and Kanem prefectures. They speak the Kanembu language, which...

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Kanuri people

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sometimes called Kanembu, are a distinct Kanuri subgroup living in the N'guigmi area, and are distinct from the Chadian Kanembu people. In the Kaour escarpment...

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Kanembu language

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Kanembu is a Nilo-Saharan language spoken in Chad by the Kanembu people. It is also spoken by a smaller number of people in Niger. It is closely related...

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Kanembu may refer to: Kanembu people Kanembu language Tumari Kanuri, another language known as Kanembu This disambiguation page lists articles associated...

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Kanuri language

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continuum of the Nilo–Saharan language family spoken by the Kanuri and Kanembu peoples in Nigeria, Niger, Chad and Cameroon, as well as by their nomadic and...

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Toubou people

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History of Chad

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the Kanembu people to Bornu on the western edge of Lake Chad. Over time, the intermarriage of the Kanembu and Bornu peoples created a new people and language...

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Military history of Africa

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until it was overwhelmed by attacks and wars from the Fula people, Baggara, Kanembu people, the Ouaddai Kingdom and the Sokoto Caliphate. Bornu managed...

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Omar I of Kanem

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Finally, after warring with Kanem since the 1370s, the Bulala people forced the Kanembu people under mai Omar ibn Idris to relocate to Bornu circa 1380, overcoming...

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converted to the other by changing strings. chegeni, Kanembu people, two strings chegeni, Daza people, two strings with additional short drone string (as...

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Bilala people

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fusion of the Kayi (old Zaghawa = current Kanembu, the clan exist even today in Kanem) and Ngizimis Kanembu clan, which exists event today in Dibbinintchi...

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History of Central Africa

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desiccation, people speaking the Kanembu language migrated to Kanem in the south. This group contributed to the formation of the Kanuri people. Kanuri traditions...

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Music of Chad

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include the flute and drums music of the Kanembu and the balaphone, whistle, harp and kodjo drums of the Sara people, while the Baguirmians are known for...

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Languages of Chad

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languages Mimi Amdang (5,000, Bender 1983) Saharan languages Tedaga Dazaga Kanembu Zaghawa Bongo–Bagirmi languages (Central Sudanic) Bernde (Morom) Bagirmi...

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Demographics of Chad

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distinct groups In the north and center: Arabs, Tubu (Daza, Teda), Zaghawa, Kanembu, Wadai, Baguirmi, Hadjarai, Fulani, Kotoko, Hausa, Bulala, and Maba, most...

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Daza language

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branch of the Saharan subgroup which also contains the Kanuri language, Kanembu language and Tebu languages. Tebu is further divided into Tedaga and Dazaga...

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Ethnic groups in Chad

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Saharan: Kanembu, Kanuri, Zaghawa, Toubou Eastern Sudanic: Daju Central Sudanic: Baguirmi, Sinyar Niger-Congo: Bua Atlantic-Congo: Fula people. List of...

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Population history of West Africa

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languages in West Africa: Bambara, Dagbani, Dyula, Fulfulde, Gbanyito, Hausa, Kanembu, Kanuri, Kotokoli, Mamprusi, Mandinka, Mogofin, Nupe, Songhai, Soninke...

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Borno State

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Mafa, and Mandara in the central region; the Afade, Yedina (Buduma), and Kanembu in the extreme northeast; the Waja in the extreme south; and the Kyibaku...

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Nilo-Saharan language family is represented by: Saharan languages: Kanuri and Kanembu in the northeastern part of Nigeria in the states of Borno, Yobe and parts...

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Horses in Cameroon

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Northern Cameroonian culture (particularly that of the Fulani and Kotoko people) gives great importance to horses, a prestigious animal with a reputation...

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Sao civilisation

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So. — G.T. Stride, Peoples and Empires of West Africa Ethnic groups in the Lake Chad basin, such as the Buduma, Gamergu, Kanembu, Kotoko, and Musgum...

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Kanem-Bornu sovereignty is still evident, as some streets have names in the Kanembu and Kanuri languages. In the later half of the 15th century, the area became...

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groups: the Sara prefer whistles, balafons, harps and kodjo drums; and the Kanembu combine the sounds of drums with those of flute-like instruments. The music...

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masqueraders. The Festac durbar appropriated from ancient Hausa, Songhay and Kanembu customs such as Hawan Dawaki, also known as the mounting of horses, and...

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