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Batwa

[ bah-twah ]
/ ˈbɑ twɑ /
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noun, plural Ba·twas, (especially collectively) Ba·twa.
Twa.
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How to use Batwa in a sentence

  • The forest, which stretches into parts of six countries, is home to as many as 150 ethnic groups, including Indigenous peoples such as the Batwa, Bambuti and Ba’Aka.

  • So the cattle were handed over, and the girl Batwa was given to Sigwe, whom by the way she made unhappy for the rest of his days.

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