[ uh-zan-dee ]
/ əˈzæn di /
noun, plural A·zan·des, (especially collectively) A·zan·de for 1.
a member of a people of the Congo-Sudan region of central Africa.
the Adamawa-Eastern language spoken by the Azande.
Also called Zande.
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Examples from the Web for azande
Women are never seen in an Azande village, the pathway to their own being kept secret from all outsiders.Sex and Society|William I. Thomas