- Af.ri.can.ist['æfrikənist] n africanista: especialista em culturas e línguas da África.
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Africanist — noun Date: 1895 a specialist in African languages or cultures … New Collegiate Dictionary
Africanist — /af ri keuh nist/, n. a person who specializes in and studies the cultures or languages of Africa. [1890 95; AFRICAN + IST] * * * … Universalium
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africanist — af·ri·ca·nist … English syllables
Africanist — Af•ri•can•ist [[t]ˈæf rɪ kə nɪst[/t]] n. a person who specializes in the cultures or languages of Africa • Etymology: 1890–95 … From formal English to slang
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