Asante


Also found in: Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

A·san·te

 (ə-sän′tē)
n.
Variant of Ashanti1.

A•shan•ti

(əˈʃæn ti, əˈʃɑn-)

n., pl. -tis, (esp. collectively) -ti.
1. a member of an Akan-speaking people of S Ghana.
2. the kingdom established by the Ashanti from a confederacy of smaller states in the 18th century, surviving with a limited degree of authority in modern Ghana.
3. the Akan dialect spoken by the Ashanti.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
(2012) Asante Ntahera Trumpets in Ghana: culture, tradition and sound barrage.
AccentCare announced the expansion of its current home health partnership with Asante, a Medford, Oregon-based health system.
London, United Kingdom, May 25, 2017 --(PR.com)-- Daniel Asante loves art but hates the plodding process of the art world.
However, when Akwasi Asante pulled one back on 52 minutes they probed for an equaliser and McDonald thought his side could have won the game.
African American scholar and author Asante, founder of the Afrocentric movement for a united Africa, reflects on his roots and how they shaped his thinking.
MORECAMBE 1 NORTHAMPTON 2 JOHN JOHNSON and Akwasi Asante scored in either half to give Aidy Boothroyd his first victory as Northampton boss.
The author of 72 books and over 500 articles, Molefi Kete Asante is continuously and successfully contributing to the Africological paradigm.
M2 PHARMA-May 18, 2011-FDA greenlights Asante Solutions' Pearl Insulin Pump(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Edusei charity cup after defeating regional rivals Asante Kotoko by 4-3 score line on penalties at the Kumasi Baba Yara Stadium.
CHESTER FC BY DAVE POWELL dave.powell@reachplc.com @_DavePowell FOR Chester FC, Akwasi Asante's last-gasp penalty at Kettering Town meant a midweek point on the road when all hope had seemed lost.