Grammar and Dictionary of the Yoruba Language: With an Introductory Description of the Country and People of Yoruba. Grammar of the Yoruba language
Smithsonian Institution, 1858 - 71 pages
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Abeokuta aﬁirm ancient appears Arab Benin Bight of Benin Bornu called Cape Coast Castle capital Central Africa chieﬂy civilization climate cloth coast color common cotton cowries cultivated Dahomi Desert dry season earthen pots east Egba Egungun eight kingdoms Eyeo farms feet in height Fellatahs ﬁelds ﬁgure ﬁnally ﬁnd ﬁne forests frequently Fulahs gates guns Harmattan Hausa hundred thousand souls Ibadan Idiaye Idiebu idols Igbohé Ilorin inches in length inhabitants interior iron king Lagos London Mandingoes manufacture mulattoes Native Christians Native Missionary nearly negroes never seen Niger Nufe numerous Ogbomoso Ogun river orisas palm-nuts Pine-apples plants population Qbatala red Pulohs regard region remarkable sacriﬁces Samuel Crowther scarcely sea-coast seen in Yoruba Sierra Leone slave Smithsonian sometimes species Sudan thirty thousand square miles towns traﬁic Translated into Yoruba trees tribe twenty miles women yams Yoruba country Yoruba language