Bambara

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Bam·ba·ra

 (bäm-bä′rä)
n. pl. Bam·ba·ra or Bam·ba·ras
1. A member of a people of the upper Niger River valley.
2. The Mande language of the Bambara, used as a lingua franca in Mali.

Bambara

(bɑːmˈbɑːrə)
npl -ra or -ras
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of W Africa living chiefly in Mali and by the headwaters of the River Niger in Guinea
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Mande branch of the Niger-Congo family

Bam•ba•ra

(bɑmˈbɑr ɑ, -ˈbɑr ə)

n., pl. -ras, (esp. collectively) -ra.
1. a member of an African people living mainly in S Mali, to the E and S of Bamako.
2. a group of dialects of the Mande language shared by the Bambara and Malinke.
Translations
Bambara
Бамбара
bamanabamanaiabamanakanbambarabaumana
bambarština
bambara
Bambara
BambaraBambara lingvo
bambara keel
bamanankanbambara
bambara
bambara
bambara
bahasa Bambara
bambara
bambara
バンバラ語
밤바라어
lingua Bambara
bambarų
bambaru valoda
Bambara
bambara
bamanabambara
bambara
bambarščina
BamanaBambaraБаманаБамбара
bambara
Kibambara
Bambara
بمبارا
tiếng Bambara
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Located at 62 High St., accessible through Sunrise Boutique, the gallery encompasses a collection of more than 220 African tribal masks, figures, sculptures and artifacts, crafted in stone, wood, clay and bronze, spanning 32 tribes, including art from Dogon, Baule and Bamana tribes.