Definition of Impis
1. impi [n] - See also: impi
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Impis
Literary usage of Impis
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Adventures in Swaziland: The Story of a South African Boer by Owen Rowe O'Neil (1921)
"... guardian of his people—The last royal salute of the impis—The death-dealing puff-adder—Buno dies like a true savage king—Tzaneen, the royal widow, ..."
2. A History of Rhodesia by Howard Hensman (1900)
"ABOUT the middle of April the Matabele impis began to draw in around Bulawayo, which was quickly becoming encircled by the rebels, who, as time went on and ..."
3. Notae Latinae: An Account of Abbreviation in Latin Mss. of the Early by Wallace Martin Lindsay (1915)
"Berlin Phill. 1896 (Verona, "8-9 cent."), impor, impr, imp (Nom.), impis (Gen.), impm (Acc.); Munich 3514 (Augsburg, "7-8 cent."), imp, impt, impr (Nom. ..."