seminomadic

sem·i·no·mad

 (sĕm′ē-nō′măd′, sĕm′ī-)
n.
One of a people whose living habits are largely nomadic but who plant some crops at a base point.

sem′i·no·mad′ic adj.

seminomadic

(ˌsɛmɪnəʊˈmædɪk)
adj
belonging or relating to an ethnic group or people who migrate seasonally and cultivate crops during periods of settlement
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The area (north)east of the Guapore, on the Brazilian side is characterized by small, seminomadic, egalitarian groups that could form temporary alliances with other groups.
Acted seminomadic life between the years 1800 to 1873 and then finally decided to make this ethnic home.
They can also be rhythmic; the ones that took place in a defined space (pastoral nomads, nomadic fisherman, hunter, picker, farmer with seasonal rhythm) or have a seminomadic character--agricultural and pastoral life in the mountains or so.
He worked among the Mamanwa, a seminomadic group, holding literacy classes for the Mamanwa while staying in a farm run by the diocese.
Like Kearns, Matthew Hannah has long researched questions of space, power, and the management of populations perceived as troublesome, such as the seminomadic Plains Indians of North America, and in so doing has critically reassessed core claims from Foucault about 'panopticism' and the workings of 'disciplinary power' (eg, Hannah, 1993; 1997).
Peter Makepeace, defending, said Jones was in a "seminomadic, detached, isolated state of mind".
Naiyomah is also a member of the Maasai, a seminomadic people who have lived for centuries in villages with no electricity or running water.
(9) Traditionally, the Tuaregs' livelihood has been one of seminomadic pastoralism, where pastoralist activities were supplemented by trade and farming.
From the date of this treaty, there has been a radical division of the tribe into recognized treaty and non-treaty Nez-Perces." (9) Increasing pressure was brought to bear on the nontreaty Nez Perce to comply with the terms of the treaty they did not sign, but the nontreaty tribes continued their seminomadic ways.
The images were made by the Fremont people, a seminomadic group of hunter-gatherers who inhabited the region roughly 1,300 to 700 years ago.
Heart Mountain is a remarkable and distinct landmark that oriented seminomadic Indigenous travelers in this region for twelve thousand years, and it was very important to the Apsaalooke.
Cows are a form of currency for the seminomadic and mainly pastoral people of south Kenya and parts of Tanzania.