noun, plural So·ma·lis, (especially collectively) So·ma·li.
Examples from the Web for somali
He could surmise one item in keeping with young women of Somali heritage.
Godane rejects the idea of Al-Shabab negotiating with the Somali federal government, an “apostate government” he dubs it.
Many residents of the area are Kikuyu farmers as well as Somali pastoralists.
The daughter reported hearing the assailants singing Somali songs.
In 1999, when Abdi was 14, the family came to the US, settling in Minneapolis where there is a large Somali population.
There is a wretched hamlet of Somali at Suk, which had been visited by us from Hadibo.Southern Arabia|Theodore Bent
The Gurre, another Somali tribe, occupy the country south of the lower Daua.
On one occasion, in 1881 I think it was, I was bringing over a large cargo of forty-two ostriches 129 from the Somali country.
Was it possible that by lying flat there upon the ground he could have escaped the attention of the Somali warrior?
Then, no doubt, the Somali sentry will discover the body of his comrade and your flight.