tribeswoman


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tribes·wom·an

 (trībz′wo͝om′ən)
n.
1. A woman who is a member of one's own tribe.
2. A woman who is a member of an aboriginal people living in tribes.

tribeswoman

(ˈtraɪbzˌwʊmən)
n, pl -women
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a female tribe member
Translations

tribeswoman

[ˈtraɪbzˌwʊmən] N (tribeswomen (pl)) → miembro f de una tribu

tribeswoman

n pl <-women> → Stammesangehörige f
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What I believe made him talk the way he did, could be he had or has problems in his marriage and personal squabbles with the Asantehene, for he asked that if one is the leader, chief of a people, and does not marry his tribeswoman, then who is that person?
On Instagram, Saldana posted old behind-the-scenes photos of herself wearing a special headgear, motion-acting the 'Avatar' character Neytiri, beside stills of the CGI alien tribeswoman projecting similar expressions.
For indigenous tribeswoman Vivencia Mamites, it was a chance to see how her people's lives could get better.
An Indian lambadi tribeswoman shows her ink-marked finger after voting at a polling station during India's general election at Pedda Shapur village on the outskirts of Hyderabad on April 11, 2019.
A Putumayo tribeswoman might be ignorant of her ignorance of IT networks in industrialized societies, but this does not amount to her knowing them.
It was only in 1991, after a tribeswoman out collecting wood saw John, that the five-year-old was brought back to civilisation.
Monnica (Fox's spelling is based on the derivation of her name from the name Ammonica) was an uneducated tribeswoman. Born into a Christian family circa 331-332, she married at the age of 16 and had Augustine a few years later.
However, when the Marine falls for a tribeswoman, he is torn between his duty and protecting the indigenous Pandoran race.
As one tribeswoman says: "You go to town, you need money, but you go to jungle, you just need knife."
As one tribeswoman says: "Go to town, you need money, but you go to jungle, you just need knife."
Valaya proposes a new approach to this collection in which mainstream painters like Rothko, Mondrian or Malevich can express their feelings in a similar way as a Turkmen, Kurdish or Luri tribeswoman.
(45) Consequently, her songs did more than reinforce images of herself as an exotic African tribeswoman but instead armed a resistant black South African identity that was independent of white authority.