noun, plural Ki·ku·yus, (especially collectively) Ki·ku·yu.
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Many residents of the area are Kikuyu farmers as well as Somali pastoralists.Militants ‘Executed Non-Muslims’ at Kenyan World Cup Watch Party|Margot Kiser|June 16, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Epic saga of Kikuyu life, starting in the 19th century before the arrival of the British.
Even her descriptive imagery, when describing landscapes, is Kikuyu.
And in the lower levels of the forest we saw where the Kikuyu women had come up for firewood.In Africa|John T. McCutcheon
The Kenia peak, however, remained wrapped in clouds during the two days of our stay on the eastern outskirts of the Kikuyu forest.
Bakari returned with a dozen Kikuyu hunters, who readily agreed to lead the party to elephants.
On the 12th we reached the confines of the Kikuyu country, along which our further route to the Naivasha led.
Jack learned how the thorn zareba was built, and Charlie visited the Kikuyu village with his camera.