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Mossi

(ˈmɒsɪ)
npl -sis or -si
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of W Africa, living chiefly in Burkina Faso: noted for their use of cowry shells as currency and for their trading skill
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Gur branch of the Niger-Congo family
Also called: Moore
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We have 30 who died because of community conflicts, reprisals between (the communities of) Kouroumba, Peuls, Mossis etc," according to the AFP The militant "chased people and killed people," Sawadogo said, adding that nine were kidnapped.
Smithard, D., O'Neill, R, Park, C., England, R., Renwick, D., Wyatt, R., Mossis, J., & Martin, D.
Our study involved groups settled in the area, like the Kussasis (Hilton, 1962), Frafras (Hart, 1971), Bissas and Mossis (Zahan, 1967); and others from other regions of the country like the Ashanti (Rattray, 1932), established in the Ashanti region, and the Sissala and the Waala established in the Upper-west region (Fig.
Mossis is another venue offering a wide range of sandwiches with an Armenian twist.