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(ˈiːθɪˌɒp) or


(Peoples) archaic words for Black


(ˈi θiˌɒp)

adj., n.
Archaic. Ethiopian.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Latin]
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com)-- Today, Earth Law Center and the River Ethiope Trust Foundation ("RETFON") launch an initiative to establish legal rights for the River Ethiope in Nigeria.
The Urhobo people are spread over nine local government areas of Delta State such as: Ethiope East, Ethiope West, Okpe, Ughelli South, Ughelli North, Sapele, Udu, Uvwie and part of Warri South.
Notavel he a estimacao que Deos faz dos pretos; todos estes sao descendentes do Rey da Ethiopia; & assim do ethiope procedem os mais pretos de toda aquella grande parte do mundo; & assim digo, que estima Deos tanto aos pretos, que mil annos antes de tomar o nosso sangue, deu aos pretos o seu (.
Importance of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in making a healthy information society: A case study of Ethiope east local government area of delta state, Nigeria.
During the medieval period, this belief was made evident in stories, such as the myth of washing the Ethiope white and the biblical tale of the curse of Ham, and in drawings and etchings depicting these stories.
The third variation characteristic of subgroup 3 manuscripts is the corruption of the phrase "wel lowe in Ethiope.
Soil-transmitted helminthiasis among school age children in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria.
This writer investigated 9 local government areas randomly chosen across the state, in Delta Central (Sapele, Ethiope West and Warri South); Delta North (Oshimili South, Aniocha North and Aniocha South); and Delta South (Patani, Warn i North and Bomadi).
Information needs of illiterate female farmers in Ethiope East Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria.
As per the reports, orthopaedic doctors at the Delta State University Teaching Hospital (DELSUTH), Oghara, Ethiope West Council of the state have recorded milestone by performing a hip replacement surgery.
2) Ethirpe 'Ethiopia': be folk of Ethiope (1350), Zara of Ethiop (1425), a man of Ethiopie (1425), kyng off Ethiope (1439), the kynge of Ethioppe (1475), folke of ethiopy (1500); Ethirpien (12) 'an inhabitant of Ethiopia': men of Persis, Ethiopiens and Libiens with hem (1384), the puplis of Ethiopiens (1425), the queen of Ethiopiens (1425);