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Definition of the noun Mokoro

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noun

  1. A dugout canoe, especially as used in the Okavango Swamps of Botswana.

Explanation

Mokoro a.k.a. Makoro: A makoro is a type of canoe commonly used in the Okavango Delta, Botswana. It is propelled through the shallow waters of the delta by standing in the stern and pushing with a pole, in the same manner as punting.

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Google previewTravels and Discoveries in North and Central Africa (1896)

Being a Journal of an Expedition Undertaken Under the Auspices of H.B.M.'s Government, in the Years 1849-1855 by Heinrich Barth

The whole district is called Mokoro, and comprises, besides several villages of logode Logon, or people of Logon, ten hamlets of Shuwa, in one of which we took up our quarters. These Shuwa, however, are not distinguished for hospitality , ...

Google previewWhy Do Some Animals Eat Their Young (2003)

Travelling with Young Children Through Africa by Martin Alemann

The mokoro is a dug out canoe, which is propelled by the use of a long pole. The girls were not too sure about the mokoros as there was not much space to the water line and the river was well known for its crocodiles and hippos. We tried our ...

Google previewDictionary Gilbert-English (1898)

Mokoro, (таkoro), noun: trunk, stem, stalk; makoroni, trunk of a tree. Momi, noun : pearl. Моле, (without art), noun : abyss, hell. f Morare, noun : moral, (catéchisme, p.

Google previewEncyclopedia of the Peoples of Africa and the Middle East (2009)

by Facts On File, Incorporated

The fishermen tribes of the Oka- vango Delta still produce the mokoro canoe, a round-bottom vessel carved from a single tree, which was introduced ...

Google previewNew Zealand Māori Word Encyclopedia (2007)

by Sally-Anne Lambert

so: Modern shingles toetoe Sticks used to hold reeds or rushes in place on the roof of a house kirapi A superior variety of toetoe grass for thatching, Arundo kakao conspicua toetoe / toetoe kikaho / toetoe mokoro Dried leaves of raup6, flax ...

Google previewA Grammar and Dictionary of the Timucua Language (1993)

by Julian Granberry

mocoro (mokoro) noun 1. crowd. mofa (mofa) verb 1. drown. mohal (moha) verb 1. be. moha2 verb 1. can, be able to. moqeti (moketi) 1. (V/N) belch. mora (mora) particle l. Contrastive ...

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