Makonde



[muh-kohn-dey] /məˈkoʊn deɪ/

noun, plural Makondes (especially collectively) Makonde for 1.
1.
a member of a people living in northeastern Mozambique and southeastern Tanzania, renowned as woodcarvers.
2.
the Bantu language of the Makonde people.

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