SemanticVocabAfrica

  1. Paam seɓɓe
  2. Paam subalɓe
  3. Paawa
  4. Pabir
  5. Pabir language
  6. Padang
  7. Padébo IL
  8. Padebu
  9. Padorho
  10. Pageants 541
  11. Pageants and circuses 541
  12. Pahn
  13. Pahouin
  14. Pai
  15. Pai language
  16. Paiema
  17. Pain
  18. Paint manufacture 386
  19. Paints and pigments 386
  20. Pajade
  21. Pakara
  22. Pakistan
  23. Pakot
  24. Pala
  25. Palace intrigue 662
  26. Palliation of labor 461 Logic 811
  27. Palliation of labor with drugs 461
  28. Palliation of labor with music 461
  29. Pambia
  30. Pambia language
  31. Pana IL
  32. Panama
  33. Panda
  34. Pande
  35. Pango
  36. Pangpana
  37. Pangwa
  38. Pangwe
  39. Pantera
  40. Pape
  41. Pape language
  42. Papel
  43. Paper manufacture 289
  44. Paper-making machinery 402
  45. Paraguay
  46. Pare
  47. Pari
  48. Parkhalla
  49. Parks and botanical gardens 367
  50. Parliamentary debates 646
  51. Pasala
  52. Patents and copyrights 424
  53. Patronyms
  54. Patschuni
  55. Pattern numbers 801
  56. Patterned behavior between primary relatives 593
  57. Patterned expressions of emotion 207
  58. Patterned expressions of emotions 201
  59. Patterned expressions of emotions 201
  60. Peatherwork 287
  61. Peda
  62. Pedi
  63. Peen
  64. Pella
  65. Pem-Birom
  66. Pemba
  67. Pende
  68. Penin
  69. Penology 681
  70. Penyin
  71. Peoples
  72. Pepel
  73. Pere
  74. Pere-Bira
  75. Pereejo
  76. Peri
  77. Peripheral
  78. Pero
  79. Pero language
  80. Personal hygiene 515
  81. Personal names 551
  82. Personal names 651
  83. Personal names and teknonymy 551
  84. Personal or body armor 714
  85. Personality 15
  86. Personality disorders 158
  87. Personality traits 157
  88. Peru
  89. Peske
  90. Pessy
  91. Petroleum and coal products industries 382
  92. Petroleum refining 382
  93. Peul
  94. Phalaborwa
  95. Phallic rites 786
  96. Pharmacology 278
  97. Philanthropy 73, 74
  98. Philosophical systems 812
  99. Philosophy 812
  100. Phoka
  101. Photography 215
  102. Photography as a hobby 523
  103. Phungwe
  104. Physical deformities 732
  105. Physical deformities 732
  106. Pia language
  107. Pia-Chadic
  108. Pia-Kru
  109. Pibor
  110. Pie
  111. Pilapita
  112. Pilgrimages 788
  113. Pimbwe
  114. Pin
  115. Pindi
  116. Pindji
  117. Pirra
  118. Piti
  119. Piti language
  120. Pitti
  121. Piyawa
  122. Place names 103
  123. Plapo
  124. Plastics 384
  125. Plateau Afusare
  126. Plateau Birom
  127. Plateau Eggon
  128. Plateau Kaleri
  129. Plateau languages
  130. Plateau languages A
  131. Plateau languages B
  132. Plateau Nigerians
  133. Plateau Rukuba
  134. Plateau Yergam
  135. Plawi
  136. Plawi IL
  137. Plumbing 336, 414
  138. Plumbing fixtures 414
  139. Pobi
  140. Podo
  141. Podogo
  142. Podokwo
  143. Podokwo language
  144. Podzo
  145. Poetic, oratorical, dramatic, and song styles 53
  146. Pogoro
  147. Pojulu
  148. Pok
  149. Poka
  150. Pokomo
  151. Pokot
  152. Pokwur
  153. Pol
  154. Police 625
  155. Policies of government regulation 656
  156. Political behavior 66
  157. Political campaigns 666
  158. Political corruption 66
  159. Political doctrines, policies. and programs 668
  160. Political machines 667
  161. Political movements 668
  162. Political nepotism 661
  163. Political parties 665
  164. Political statuses 62, 63, 64, 66
  165. Political theory 829
  166. Polygamous marriages 595
  167. Polygamous unions 595
  168. Pomo
  169. Pomporo
  170. Pondo
  171. Pongo
  172. Pongo-Bantoid
  173. Pongoue
  174. Popo proper
  175. Popo-Gun
  176. Popoi
  177. Popoi language
  178. Popular beliefs about nature and man 82
  179. Population policy 168
  180. Pororo
  181. Positions in elimination 514
  182. Positions in sexual intercourse 833
  183. Positions in sleeping 513
  184. Post and relay stations 495
  185. Postal savings 464
  186. Postcololonial Fulɓe
  187. Postmarital visits 585
  188. Postoffice buildings 344
  189. Postures 516
  190. Postures 522
  191. Potlatches 431
  192. Poto
  193. Potters
  194. Poubi
  195. Poultry breeding 232
  196. Poultry shelters 343
  197. Pove
  198. Poverty 735
  199. Poverty and almsgiving 735
  200. Powi
  201. Practical or folk science 82
  202. Prampram
  203. Prayer
  204. Preaching 793
  205. Preferred secondary marriages 587
  206. Prehistoric migrations 174
  207. Prehistory Fulɓe
  208. Prejudice and discrimination toward ethnic and other stratified groups 56
  209. Premarital adulthood 885
  210. Premarital sexuality 836
  211. Prenilotes
  212. Preservation and storage 251
  213. Prevalence of home ownership and tenancy 427
  214. Prevalence of nonlogical reasoning 811
  215. Prevalent personality types 157
  216. Primary groups 571
  217. Principles of taxation 651
  218. Printing 213
  219. Printing machinery 402
  220. Printing supplies 218
  221. Prisoners of war 727
  222. Privileged sex relationships 835
  223. Productive capacity of the economy 433
  224. Profanity 196
  225. Pronouncing of spells 789
  226. Propaganda 208
  227. Proper names of animals 552
  228. Property 42
  229. Property and inheritance 42
  230. Property in exploitative sites with monopoly value 423
  231. Property in songs 424
  232. Property marks 422
  233. Propitiation 782
  234. Protective amulets 751
  235. Protohistory Fulɓe
  236. Prufa
  237. Psychiatric aspects of drug addiction 158
  238. Psychological warfare 723
  239. Psychotherapy 755
  240. Pu
  241. Puberty ordeals 881
  242. Pubi
  243. Public baths 368
  244. Public buildings 344
  245. Public health 744
  246. Public health and sanitation 744
  247. Public lectures 544
  248. Public opinion 208
  249. Public service 663
  250. Publishing 214