noun, plural Din·kas, (especially collectively) Din·ka.
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The perpetrators of political turmoil in Juba are not Dinka or Nuer, nor any other ethnic people who make up South Sudan.
Other reports of Dinka being dumped in a mass grave in the rebel-controlled oil town of Bentiu have further inflamed tensions.
Though he could read it in his native Dinka, he wanted to read it in the language in which it was written.
It was evidently a detachment of horse advancing towards the Dinka.
According to the custom, which seems to belong to all Africa, as a sign of grief the Dinka wear a cord round the neck.
He spoke in the Dinka language and the soldier replied in the same tongue.The Summons|A.E.W. Mason
The Khalifa has also his special barber, who is a slave; and his master of the horse, who is an immensely tall Dinka.Ten Years' Captivity in the Mahdi's Camp 1882-1892|F. R. Wingate
However, when they reached the banks of the Dinka, just before Birskoe, they stopped for a while.