[ soo-koo-muh ]
/ sʊˈku mə /
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noun, plural Su·ku·mas, (especially collectively) Su·ku·ma for 1.
a member of an agricultural people of northwestern Tanzania, near Lake Victoria, who constitute the country's largest population group.
the Bantu language of the Sukuma.
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In its northern extremities it is known by the appellation U-sukuma—country north; and in the southern, U-takama—country south.The Discovery of the Source of the Nile|John Hanning Speke