zulu s \zu"lus\ (z&oomac;"l&oomac;z), n. pl.; sing. zulu (-l&oomac;). (ethnol.) the most important tribe belonging to the kaffir race. they inhabit a region on the southeast coast of africa, but formerly occupied a much more extensive country. they are noted for their warlike disposition, courage, and military skill. zulu \zu"lu\ (?), n. [also zooloo.] 1. any member of the tribe of zulus; a zulu-kaffir. see zulus. 2. (philol.) one of the most important members of the south african, or bantu, family of languages, spoken partly in natal and partly in zululand, but understood, and more or less in use, over a wide territory, at least as far north as the zambezi; -- called also zulu-kaffir. zulu n 1. a member of the tall negroid people of southeast africa living in northern natal [syn: zulu]
2. a bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern africa [syn: zulu]
Zulu kaMalandela, founder (c. 1709) and chief of the Zulu clan
Zulu language, a Bantu language of Southern Africa
Zulu Kingdom or Zulu Empire, a former monarchy in Southern Africa
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The name Milü (; "detailed (approximation) ratio"), also known as Zulü (Zu's ratio), is given to an approximation to (pi) found by Chinese mathematician and astronomer Zǔ Chōngzhī (祖沖之). He computed to be between 3.1415926 and 3.1415927 and gave two rational approximations of , and , naming them respectively Yuelü 约率 (approximate ratio) and Milü.
Zulu is a Bantu language spoken in Zululand, northern Natal, Botswana, Lesthoto, Malawi, Mozambique and Swaziland. Zulu is spoken by roughly one quarter of the population of South Africa and has two dialects: Lala and Qwabe. The language is: Zulu
Noun 1. a member of the tall Negroid people of southeast Africa living in northern Natal (hypernym) African (member-holonym) Natal 2. a Bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa (hypernym) Nguni