Peul


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Peul

(pul, pyul)

n., pl. Peuls, (esp. collectively) Peul.
Fulani, esp. in reference to the Fulani of former French colonies.
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Noun1.Peul - a family of languages of the Fulani of West Africa and used as a lingua franca in the sub-Saharan regions from Senegal to Chad; the best known of the West African languages
West African - a group of languages spoken in the extreme western part of West Africa
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(21.) Scheele J, Luijsterburg PA, Ferreira ML, Maher CG, Pereira L, Peul WC, Van Tulder MW, Bohnen AM, Berger MY, Bierma-Zeinstra SM, Koes BW.
The group 'Return, Reclamation, Rehabilitation,' or 3R, attacked a number of villages in the northwest region Pahoua, seeking revenge for the killing of an ethnic Peul, government spokesman Ange Kazagui said at a joint briefing on Wednesday with the United Nation's MINUSCA peacekeeping mission.
Saturday's attack is believed to be the latest in a series of clashes between the communities of Donzo and Fulani - also known as Peul - that have left dozens dead in recent months.
'I lost everything including my cattle.' Tit-for-tat attacks between farmers and herders, who are predominantly Fulani, or Peul, their name in French-speaking West Africa, date back generations.
A team of human rights officers serving with MINUSMA travelled at the beginning of January to the region to investigate recent armed attacks in the settlement of Koulogon Peul, in which at least 37 civilians were killed, and a number of houses and granaries were deliberately burnt down.
(10.) Arts MP, Peul WC, Koes BW, Thomeer RT; Leiden-The Hague Spine Intervention Prognostic Study (SIPS) Group.
Overdevest GM, Jacobs W, Vleggeert-Lankamp C, Thome C, Gunzburg R, Peul W.
ANTHROPOLOGY: The Fulani (also called Fula, Fulbe, Peul, Hilani, or Wolof) live, for the most part, in West and Central Africa.
(4.) Enthoven WT, Scheele J, Bierma-Zeinstra SM, Bueving HJ, Bohnen AM, Peul WC, et al.