Definition of Manyattas

1. Noun. (plural of manyatta) ¹



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Definition of Manyattas

1. manyatta [n] - See also: manyatta

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Manyattas

many-worlds interpretation
many a
many a(a)
many a mickle makes a muckle
many a time and oft
many an
many an(a)
many another(a)
many hands make light work
many happy returns
many more(a)
many thanks
manyata
manyatas
manyatta
manyattas (current term)
manycore
manyfold
manyness
manyogana
manyplies
manzamine
manzamines
manzanilla
manzanillas
manzanita
manzanitas
manzello
manzellos
manzil

Literary usage of Manyattas

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1. The Last of the Masai by Sidney Langford Hinde, Hildegarde Beatrice (Ginsburg) Hinde (1901)
"All manyattas occupied by the Masai they hold to be their property. The land is named after the ... The manyattas are the property of the persons who ..."

2. In the Grip of the Nyika: Further Adventures in British East Africa by John Henry Patterson (1909)
"... XV THE MASAI DURING our journey through Laikipia we came across many Masai manyattas and met a number of the proud and warlike people who dwell in them. ..."

3. African Camp Fires by Stewart Edward White (1913)
"The women build the manyattas; there is no cooking, no tilling of the soil, no searching for wild fruits. The herds have to be watched by day and driven in ..."

4. The Rediscovered Country by Stewart Edward White (1915)
"Subsequent experience made us certain that these were at once spies on us to see which way we would go and messengers to warn other manyattas to give us no ..."

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