noun, plural He·re·ros, (especially collectively) He·re·ro for 1.
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She had to lie down once in a while to rest.393 The Herero wear iron which in the dry climate retains luster.Folkways|William Graham Sumner
After another decade of comparative peace war again broke out and spread from the Hottentots to the Herero.
The Herero had accepted the German protectorate by treaty—without fully comprehending that to which they had agreed.
The new governor issued a general amnesty to the Herero, and set aside two large reserves for those who surrendered.
This act was the beginning of a struggle between the Germans and the natives which lasted over four years, and cost Herero war.