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I've removed the following text from the article, which might be useful as starting points for content, but is totally non-wiki-standard as is. Jessicapierce (talk) 00:10, 1 January 2017 (UTC)

See references of Books with information on Basimba Clan.

Customary Law of the Haya Tribe, Tanganyika Territory - Page 287 https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0714624764 Hans Cory, M. M. Hartnoll - 1945 - Preview - More editions For example, the omugurusi of the Basimba clan is Mauwe. On the day of his birth a dog had puppies. The dog of ten washed the child by licking it. Mauwe later, out of gratitude, ordered his descendants to consider the dog as their friend, and ...

Tanzania Notes and Records - Issues 42-45 - Page 54 https://books.google.com/books?id=xxIOAQAAMAAJ 1956 - Snippet view - More editions According to local tradition the original inhabitants were a clan called the Basimba who lived in the area of Busere on the south-east of the island, but it is not known what language they spoke and there are none of their descendants surviving ...

Tanganyika Notes and Records - Issues 38-50 - Page 167 https://books.google.com/books?id=rKsaAQAAMAAJ 1955 - Snippet view - More editions According to local tradition the original inhabitants were a clan called the Basimba who lived in the area of Busere on the south-east of the island, but it is not known what language they spoke and there are none of their descendants surviving ...

Origins of Kingship Traditions and Symbolism in the Great Lakes ... https://books.google.com/books?isbn=9155472958 Birgitta Farelius - 2008 - Snippet view - More editions Many clans still recount this etymological devise. Cory and Hartnoll note with surprise that although every clan has its totem in Buhaya (and Karagwe) and there are many clans, ... For example, the omugurusi of the basimba clan is Mauwe.

History of the Bukoba District - Page 101 https://books.google.com/books?id=PZcMAQAAIAAJ Hans Cory - 1959 - Snippet view Local tradition about the origin of this feature does not exist except that it goes back sometimes to the omuguruzi who adopted a secondary totem on account of certain events in his life. For instance; the secondary totem of the Basimba clan is ...

Die Rückkehr der Könige von Uganda: Politische Kultur und Moderne in ... https://books.google.com/books?isbn... - Translate this page Raphaela von Weichs - 2014 - Preview - More editions Bakurungu war der Oberbegriff für einen Clan, der sich in einige Untergruppe aufgeteilt hatte. In Kibiro (‚Wald') nannten die Bakurungu sich Basimba (kusimba: ‚den Speer in den Boden pflanzen'), nachdem sie dort Salzfelder entdeckt und ...

Insurance Against Poverty - Page 201 https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0199276838 Stefan Dercon, World Institute for Development Economics Research - 2005 - Preview - More editions There are 26 clans in Nyakatoke. The Bayango form the biggest clan (23 members), followed by the Basimba (20 members), the Bahimba (12 members), and the Bahunga (10 members). There are 10 clans which have only one household in ...

Histoire sociale de l'Afrique de l'Est (XIXe-XXe siècle): actes du ... https://books.google.com/books?isbn... - Translate this page Université du Burundi. Département d'histoire - 1991 - Preview - More editions Dans l'ancien royaume du Buganda qui possédait une quarantaine de clans, Semakula Kiwanuka nous montre toute l'importance de ceux-ci dans l'histoire et la ... Kyanja — Basimba — Tambourinaires à la nouvelle lune Lungfish (mamba) 2.

Church, Clan, and the World - Page 22 https://books.google.com/books?id=SsEOAQAAIAAJ Josiah Kibira - 1974 - Snippet view Settlement of a clan member in a new area keeping contact with his stay-at-home relatives becoming the head of this new ... Cory gives the following eight as typical examples: Batundu Bahunga Bagombe Banyuma Baihuzi Basimba Basaizi ...

A Colonial Lexicon: Of Birth Ritual, Medicalization, and Mobility in ... https://books.google.com/books?isbn=0822323664 Nancy Rose Hunt - 1999 - Preview - More editions ... living in scattered, uneasy forest settlements as BaSimba fought battles in their midst. 39. People could tell me exactly how many such ngbaka there used to be per "clan" (bokulu) and the name of the big men who originally constructed them.

Ethnographic survey of Africa; East Central Africa https://books.google.com/books?id=gtaAAAAAMAAJ Cyril Daryll Forde - 1953 - Snippet view - More editions Each clan has a totem (muziro) and some clans in the past also had a secondary totem. ... Baruwani, Bashasha, Bashozi, Bashonde, Basimba (indigenous), Bashamulo, Basigu, Batongele, Batuku, Batundu (indigenous), Batarara, Batagarwa, ...

Ethnographic Survey of Africa - Volume 2, Issue 13 - Page 137 https://books.google.com/books?id=IYZRAQAAIAAJ 1962 - Snippet view - More editions One clan, the ruling Bahinda, is not exogamous, None of these groups are localized, corporate groups today. ... Bashozi, Bashonde, Basimba (indigenous), Bashamulo, Basigu, Batongele, Batuku, Batundu (indigenous), Batarara, Batagarwa, ...

Parcours d'un noir africain - Page 63 https://books.google.com/books?isbn... - Translate this page Preview Ceux-ci s'habituaient très bien et savaient l'accueillir lors de son retour à la maison, parfois même en dehors de la propriété. Son attachement aux chats s'expliquait par le fait qu'il était du clan de « BASIMBA », c'est-à-dire les défenseurs de la ...

Sukuma Labor Songs from Western Tanzania: We Never Sleep, We Dream ... https://books.google.com/books?isbn=9004184686 Frank D. Gunderson - 2010 - Preview ... (Ukwitawala Twitawalile) 287 'We have received electricity' (Twapandika bumeme) 134 'We of the Jijabu clan' (Abise ... tough weeds' (Bise basimba ngobi) 280 'We will never be ruled by multiparties' (Tututawalagwa na vyama vingi) 312 ...

Peuples et rois de l'Afrique des lacs: le Burundi et les royaumes ... https://books.google.com/books?id... - Translate this page Émile Mworoha - 1977 - Snippet view D'autres recherches portant de façon systématique sur ce problème des « clans » interlacustres seraient nécessaires. Mais, vu ... Ihangiro — Bayango (iru) — Clan régnant — Conseillers à la cour 1. Kyanja — Basimba — Tambourinaires à ...

The Book of History: United States - Page 6543 https://books.google.com/books?id=aHImAQAAIAAJ Viscount James Bryce Bryce, Holland Thompson, Sir William Matthew Flinders Petrie - 1915 - Snippet view - More editions 379), monastic reforms, 28 8 3 Bas'Hns D'genls Acritus, 2920 Basimba (Clmbebas), people, 322 Easkaks, Mongol ... 1269, mo Bangash, Pathan clan, 1523 Bangkok, capital of Siam, U00, 1405 Bangwaketse, African people, 2303 Bamas, ...

The Earth and Its Inhabitants: The Universal Geography https://books.google.com/books?id=TTEMAAAAIAAJ Elisée Reclus, Ernst Georg Ravenstein, Augustus Henry Keane - Snippet view - More editions ... 165 Ba-Senga, 270 Bashee River, 174 Bashiikulompo, 262 Ba-SUika, 165 Ba-Simba, 26 Ba-Soetla, 206 Ba-Songa, ... 214 Christianity in Madagascar, 449 South Africa, 117 Chuambo, 280 Cimbeba, 26, 448 Clan william, 130 Climate of ...

Harmsworth History of the World: America. The triumph of the mind of ... https://books.google.com/books?id=_P9LAQAAMAAJ 1909 - Snippet view ... 1270 Bangash, Pathan clan, 1523 Bangkok, capital of Siam, 1400, 1405 Bangkok, treaty (1909), 6356 Bangwaketse, .... 379), monastic reforms, s Basilius o: Acritus, 2920 Basimba (Cimbebas), people, 323 Baskaks, "Mongol tax-collectors, ...

The Earth and Its Inhabitants ...: South and east Africa - Page 447 https://books.google.com/books?id=JGdGAQAAMAAJ Elisée Reclus, Ernest George Ravenstein, Augustus Henry Keane - 1895 - Snippet view - More editions ... many other tribal names figure on the maps, which must be regarded either as the designations of mere clans, castes, ... The Wa-Zimbas may perhaps be kinsmen of the Ba-Simba or Cimbeba people on the west coast of Africa, about the ...

South & East Africa p. 289-496, Australasia p. 1-32 - Page 447 https://books.google.com/books?id=Xh9GAQAAMAAJ Elise e Reclus, Ernest George Ravenstein, Augustus Henry Keane - 1882 - Snippet view ... many other tribal names figure on the maps, which must be regarded either as the designations of mere clans, castes, ... The Wa-Zimbas may perhaps be kinsmen of the Ba-Simba or Cimbeba people on the west coast of Africa,

The Luapula Peoples of Northern Rhodesia: Custom and History in ... https://books.google.com/books?id=eXi7AAAAIAAJ Ian George Cunnison - 1959 - Bwili The Leopard and Goat clans are paired because leopards eat goats. ... personal prefix as in MuShimba, BaShimba, a Leopard clansman, and Leopard Clan.