Nyoro

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Nyoro

(ˈnjɔːrəʊ)
npl -ro or -ros
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of W Uganda
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu group of the Niger-Congo family
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Because of the sparse population at the time, land was abundant enough to accommodate the pastoralist Banyoro immigrants, known as the Hema, as well as the Lendu.
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A second presenter and co-author who was born and raised in Uganda, a member of the Banyoro tribe, discussed mask usage in several African cultural groups, noting how masks were considered precious, given to children at birth and passed through generations with each owner attaching special charms or commemorative items to the mask.
And director Sam Spiegel told me how Bacall saved the day when 400 Banyoro extras failed to turn up one day.
They had sheltered the queen mother when she had fled Banyoro raids, and as a sign of her gratitude she sent them an evangelist.
The Basoga bordered by Baganda, Banyoro, Bagwere and Banyole have had their diet influenced by those of the neighboring communities but their main cuisine remains 'Embooli n'envuluga' meaning 'sweet potatoes with ground nut sauce'.
The major ethnicities in the south consists of the Baganda, Basoga, Banyoro, Toro, Banyankole, Bakiga and Banywaranda.