Definition of Black africa

1. Noun. The region of Africa to the south of the Sahara Desert.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Black Africa

Bizzozero's red cells
Bière
Bjerrum's scotoma
Bjerrum's sign
Bjerrum screen
Bjork-Shiley valve
Bjornstad's syndrome
Bk
Bksp
Blaberus
Black
Black's formula
Black-backed Jackals
BlackBerry
Black Africa
Black African
Black American
Black Book
Black Buddhist
Black Buddhists
Black Cat
Black Country
Black Death
Black English
Black English Vernacular
Black Forest
Black Forest gâteau
Black Forest gâteaus
Black Forest gâteaux

Literary usage of Black africa

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1. The Evolution of Marriage and of the Family by Charles Jean Marie Letourneau (1895)
"Adultery in black africa. —Among the Hottentots, at the on, in middle Africa, in Abyssinia. Adultery in Polynesia.—Punishment of unauthorised adultery— ..."

2. Capital (1888)
"NEWSLETTERS FROM ABROAD The West Fears More Bitter Relations with black africa From Srikanta Chatterjee in London As the struggle in Rhodesia is fast ..."

3. The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-supremacy by Lothrop Stoddard (1920)
"1 Unless, then, every lesson of history is to be Disregarded, we must conclude that black Africa is unable to stand alone. The black man's numbers may ..."

4. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"In a hundred years' time black Africa, west of Tripoli, from Oran to Rhodesia, will, I believe, talk French. And what does not speak French will speak the ..."

5. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"In a hundred years' time black Africa, west of Tripoli, from Oran to Rhodesia, will, I believe, talk French. And what does not speak French will speak the ..."

6. Songs and Tales from the Dark Continent: The Authoritative 1920 Classic by C. Kamba Simango, Madikane Q̂andeya Čele (1920)
"... a spiritualistic interpretation of life makes most of black africa "mediumistic," and has given rise to an immense amount of fantastic superstition. ..."

7. The Evolution of Marriage and of the Family by Charles Jean Marie Letourneau (1895)
"Adultery in black africa. —Among the Hottentots, at the on, in middle Africa, in Abyssinia. Adultery in Polynesia.—Punishment of unauthorised adultery— ..."

8. Capital (1888)
"NEWSLETTERS FROM ABROAD The West Fears More Bitter Relations with black africa From Srikanta Chatterjee in London As the struggle in Rhodesia is fast ..."

9. The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-supremacy by Lothrop Stoddard (1920)
"1 Unless, then, every lesson of history is to be Disregarded, we must conclude that black Africa is unable to stand alone. The black man's numbers may ..."

10. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"In a hundred years' time black Africa, west of Tripoli, from Oran to Rhodesia, will, I believe, talk French. And what does not speak French will speak the ..."

11. What is Coming?: A European Forecast by Herbert George Wells (1916)
"In a hundred years' time black Africa, west of Tripoli, from Oran to Rhodesia, will, I believe, talk French. And what does not speak French will speak the ..."

12. Songs and Tales from the Dark Continent: The Authoritative 1920 Classic by C. Kamba Simango, Madikane Q̂andeya Čele (1920)
"... a spiritualistic interpretation of life makes most of black africa "mediumistic," and has given rise to an immense amount of fantastic superstition. ..."

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