Definition of Kraals

1. Noun. (plural of kraal) ¹



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Definition of Kraals

1. kraal [v] - See also: kraal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kraals

kowtower
kowtowers
kowtowing
kowtows
kozachok
kozulite
kph
kpm
kra
kra-kra
kraal
kraaled
kraalhead
kraalheads
kraaling
kraals (current term)
krab
krabs
kraft
kraft paper
kraft pulp
krafts
krai
krais
kraisslite
krait
kraits
kraken
krakens
krakowiak

Literary usage of Kraals

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1. The Masai: Their Language and Folklore by Alfred Claud Hollis (1905)
"Masai warriors do not live in the kraals of the married people; they have their own ... or warriors' kraals, and special ..."

2. A Narrative of a Visit to the Mauritius and South Africa by James Backhouse (1844)
"The Caffer kraals are numerous in this part of the country; the number of ... The cattle-kraals are also circular; they are fenced round with dead thorns. ..."

3. Report and Proceedings: With Appendices of the Government Commission on by Sir Jacob Dirk Barry, Cape of Good Hope, Jacob Dirk Barry, Commission on Native Laws and Customs (1883)
"When such spoor cannot be traced to any spacific kraal or kraals, but is lost, or becomes obliterated on any lands, then the responsibility for the value of ..."

4. Twelve Hundred Miles in a Waggon by Alice Blanche Balfour (1895)
"... kraals—Offerings to ancestors—A native chorus of welcome—The spider breaks ... Brabant to see two kraals (native villages) about three miles from here. ..."

5. Twenty-Five Years in a Waggon [Sic] by Andrew A. Anderson (1888)
"In this district are the ancient stone kraals mentioned in an early chapter; but it requires a fuller description to show that these extensive kraals must ..."

6. The Zulus and the British Frontiers by Thomas J. Lucas (1879)
"... or kraals.—Zulu houses and domestic habits.—Judicial procedure.—Fondness for controversy.—Intellectual subtlety.—Language highly organised and refined. ..."

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