noun, plural Ban·tus, (especially collectively) Ban·tu.
QUIZ YOURSELF ON “ITS” VS. “IT’S”!
OTHER WORDS FROM Bantunon-Bantu, noun, adjective
Words nearby Bantu
Example sentences from the Web for Bantu
Another well-known picture represents the way in which the Bushmen steal cattle from a Bantu tribe.
The Bantu, for example, swears by the head of his father or the cap of his mother, as well as by the colour of his ox.
It should be superfluous to say that the Bantu myth cannot possibly throw any tight on the real origin of totemism.
The Bantu, ancestor-worshippers of great piety, find themselves saddled with sacred tribal Siboko; why, they know not.
In the Bantu languages, the principle of concord works very much as in Chinook.Language|Edward Sapir