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From the Wolof self-designation
- A West African people, mostly in Senegal.
- The language traditionally spoken by those people.
- 2016, Zadie Smith, Swing Time, Hamish Hamilton, page 221:
- ‘But come on: haven’t you learnt even a little bit of Wolof yet?’
- (historical) The former realm of the Wolof, maintained from the 14th to the 19th centuries.
The spelling Wolof is the most common in reference to the people and their language, but the variant spellings "Jolof" and "Jollof" are more common when used in reference to their former polity ("Jolof Empire" or "Kingdom") and a native rice dish ("jollof rice"), respectively.
Wolof (plural Wolofs or Wolof)
- An individual member of the Wolof people.
- ISO 639-1 code wo, ISO 639-3 code wol (SIL)
- Ethnologue entry for Wolof, wol , a macrolanguage including:
- Ghiolof (obsolete)
Wolof m (plural Wolofs)
- A member of the Wolof people
- English terms derived from Wolof
- English 2-syllable words
- English terms with IPA pronunciation
- English lemmas
- English proper nouns
- English terms with quotations
- English terms with historical senses
- English nouns
- English countable nouns
- English indeclinable nouns
- English nouns with irregular plurals
- en:Historical polities
- French 2-syllable words
- French terms with IPA pronunciation
- French lemmas
- French nouns
- French countable nouns
- French masculine nouns
- Wolof lemmas
- Wolof proper nouns