Definition of Jagas
1. jaga [v] - See also: jaga
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jagas
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Literary usage of Jagas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Six Years of a Traveller's Life in Western Africa by Francisco Travassos Valdez (1861)
"... Event—The jagas—Colonel Salles Ferreira—Deputation from the ... the Portuguese Traveller—Manners and Customs of the jagas—Mysteries, Physical and ..."
2. The Journal of the Royal Geographic Society of London by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain) (1845)
"There he died, but his followers, divided among many leaders, made their appearance soon afterwards in Angola under the name of jagas. ..."
3. The Natural History of Man: Comprising Inquiries Into the Modifying by James Cowles Prichard (1855)
"The jagas are uniformly described as wandering, barbarous hordes, without knowledge of agriculture, and without fixed dwellings, who cut down forests for ..."
4. The Negroland of the Arabs Examined and Explained; Or, An Inquiry Into the by William Desborough Cooley (1841)
"The country of the jagas, that is to say, of the chieftains so entitled, ... Andrew Battel, who was seized on the coast and carried off by the jagas, ..."