kongoni


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kongoni

(kəŋˈɡəʊnɪ)
n, pl -ni
(Animals) an E African hartebeest, Alcelaphus buselaphus. See hartebeest1
[Swahili]
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Kinyua termed Kongoni, Ngondi, Moi Ndabi and Maella villages as the most affected.
By MACHARIA MWANGIA junior police officer attached to Kongoni Police Station in the outskirts of Naivasha Town on Thursday night shot his 31-year-old lover to death following a row.
He was now wearing the proverbial Kongoni face and had vowed not to hunt again until the wounded creature was retrieved.
Joe Meagher, 28, owner of Flat Caps Coffee on Ridley Place, off Northumberland Street, shut his shop for the day to try to impress the judges with a special blend of Brazilian Daterra Bruzzi, Kenyan Peaberry and Tanzanian Kongoni coffee beans.
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Described by Sjostedt (1909) as Thericles kongoni from Mt Kilimanjaro.
Although the narrator seems to live comfortably in a patriarchal world, his patriarchal values seem to be (1) undercut by his attentive focus on Mary as she hunts her lion, (2) affirmed by his mocking of this hunting (UK 338 et passim), and (3) more seriously undercut by a seemingly minor, puzzling, but obviously significant incident: Mary's sighting and one-shot killing of the kongoni (433-34), which strikes tremendous unease in the narrator's heart in the last chapter of the book.