Inter-african

African

[af-ri-kuhn]
adjective
1.
Also, Africa. of or from Africa; belonging to the black peoples of Africa.
noun
2.
a native or inhabitant of Africa.
3.
(loosely) a black or other person of African ancestry.

Origin:
< Latin Āfricānus, equivalent to Āfric(us) Afric + -ānus -an; compare Middle English Aufrican, Old English Africanas (nominative plural)

Africanness, noun
inter-African, adjective
non-African, adjective, noun
proAfrican, adjective, noun
pseudo-African, adjective, noun
trans-African, adjective

Africans, Afrikaans.
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African (ˈæfrɪkən)
 
adj
1.  denoting or relating to Africa or any of its peoples, languages, nations, etc
 
n
2.  a native, inhabitant, or citizen of any of the countries of Africa
3.  a member or descendant of any of the peoples of Africa, esp a Black person

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