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tribe
kabile

O adada hâlâ bazı vahşi kabileler var. - There are still some savage tribes on that island.

O günlerde orada vahşi bir kabile yaşadı. - A savage tribe lived there in those days.

tribe
boy

Galyalılar, Germen boylarına yakındır. - The Gauls are close to the Germanic tribes.

O kabileler tüm yıl boyunca çölde yaşarlar. - Those tribes inhabit the desert all year round.

tribe
{i} takım
tribe
familya
tribe
{i} aşiret
tribe
{i} meslek grubu
clan
kavim
tribe
(Tıp) tribu
tribe
grup
tribe
kavim
tribe
budun
tribe
aynı sınıftan kimseler
tribe
uyruk
tribe
soy

Amerika'nın Kuzey-Batı Pasifik sahili yerlileri muhtemelen Asyalı kabilelerin soyundandı. - The natives of the North-West Pacific Coast of America were probably descendants of tribes from Asia.

tribe
(Tıp) trib
tribe
(Biyoloji) sınıf
clan
{f} oy
clan
oymak
clan
büyük kodak
clan
{i} grup
clan
{i} boy
clan
{i} klan
clan
{i} zümre

Zümre yedinci sınıfta sona erdi. - The clan ended in seventh grade.

clan
parti
clan
{i} kabile
tribe
taife
tribe
{i} biyol. takım; sınıf; familya
tribe
(Tıp) Dişi hayvandan gelen zürriyet
tribe
{i} oymak
İngilizce - İngilizce
clan
phylon
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A socially, ethnically, and politically cohesive group of people
tribe
A hierarchal rank between family and genus
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{n} a certain body of people, number, set
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(biology) a taxonomic category between a genus and a subfamily a federation (as of American Indians) a social division of (usually preliterate) people
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[n] A group of people united by ties of descent from a common ancestor and a set of shared customs and traditions
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A political unit of Native Americans Each tribe is united by common history, territory, culture and language This term has been widely used in anthropology, but there is no general consensus as to its precise definition or appropriate application Anthropological study shows that the colonial concept of the tribe as an ethnically, linguistically, culturally, and politically autonomous and self-conscious unit was a gross oversimplification of the complex panorama of inter-ethnic and regional social relations
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The term Segmentary Society is preferred Social organisation group – much like those of the British Iron Age – characterised by: A group of fairly settled farmers Supplemented by hunting 1000 to 5000 people in number Multi-community with kinship ties Leadership by consent No dominant settlement Minor differences in the artefacts found within the various members of a settlement Dispersed settlements, and also nucleated settlements = may have a capital or seat of government but no officials or power Burial usually indicates egalitarianism Farmsteads & small villages Social organisation based around agriculture Nomadic pastoralists with large herds = mobile economy Examples: Çatal Hüyük, Turkey (7000 BC); American pueblo villages
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Form of sociopolitical organization usually based on horticulture or pastoralism Socioeconomic stratification and centralized rule are absent in tribes, and there is no means of enforcing political decisions
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Several bands with usually the same language Dialects may be and are usually different
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a federation (as of American Indians)
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The taxonomic category between the genus and the subfamilly
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Tribe is sometimes used to refer to a group of people of the same race, language, and customs, especially in a developing country. Some people disapprove of this use. three-hundred members of the Xhosa tribe
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A family, race, or series of generations, descending from the same progenitor, and kept distinct, as in the case of the twelve tribes of Israel, descended from the twelve sons of Jacob
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A family of animals descended from some particular female progenitor, through the female line; as, the Duchess tribe of shorthorns
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You can use tribe to refer to a group of people who are all doing the same thing or who all behave in the same way. tribes of talented young people. Any of a variety of social units, including some defined by unilineal descent and some defined by ethnic origin. Cultural anthropologists now usually apply the term to a unit of social organization that is culturally homogeneous and consists of multiple kinship groups such as the family, lineage, or clan that prohibit marriages within themselves but endorse or require marriages with persons of the other kinship groups. (See exogamy and endogamy.) Most tribes are organized as unitary political entities, within which people share a common language and culture. Some tribes are spread across large territories, and individual members may never meet or know all of the others. Some are small groups, confined to a limited territory, sometimes a single small island, within which everyone knows everyone else very well. What unites societies of such diverse scales as being "tribal" is their own internal sense of "being a single people," but anthropologists would add a people that lacks the equipment of citizenship, a constitution, or a formalized legal system that would define them as a nation-state. Throughout most of the history of modern cultural anthropology, the terms tribe and primitive were usually linked; however, in recent years primitive has been avoided by most anthropologists because it appears to carry with it an unintended judgment of the moral or technological development of a people. See also ethnic group. (Greek, phylai; Roman, tribus) In ancient Greece and Rome, any of a group of political and demographic subdivisions of the population. In Greece the groups divided into tribes were distinct by location, dialect, and tradition, and they included the Ionians, Dorians, Achaeans, and Aetolians. In Attica, Cleisthenes replaced the 4 Ionian tribes with 10 new tribes, each of which was named after a local hero; these came to develop political and civic functions, including the election of magistrates. The demes developed out of the tribal system. In Rome the tribes formed the 3 (later 4, and still later 35) original divisions of Roman citizens. These were the basis of military levies, property tax, census taking, and voting units in political assemblies
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a social division of (usually preliterate) people
tribe
{i} social group comprising people united by a common denominator (usually ancestry, tradition, leadership, etc.), clan, people; group
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a group that centers around kinship units and common-interest groups that cross-cut kindred boundaries Horticulture typifies the subsistence technology People who attain prestige according to cultural standards may be seen as leaders The big-man institution is quite common in tribes
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Political associations of linguistically and culturally related groups with a common ancestry - that is, of several clans who usually inhabit a single territory and are connected by marriage, bartering, and other associations Because of the autonomy of each clan, and even of lineage, in traditional societies, these connections are quite loose
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A number of species or genera having certain structural characteristics in common; as, a tribe of plants; a tribe of animals
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The collective noun for various animals
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A society larger than a band but smaller than a state
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To distribute into tribes or classes
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group of people related by blood or marriage
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Larger than a band, tribal organization is customarily associated with agriculture and more permanent settlements Kinship is generally the central organizing principle Leaders are usually chosen by consensus and rule by consensus
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(biology) a taxonomic category between a genus and a subfamily
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A division, class, or distinct portion of a people, from whatever cause that distinction may have originated; as, the city of Athens was divided into ten tribes
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A nation of savages or uncivilized people; a body of rude people united under one leader or government; as, the tribes of the Six Nations; the Seneca tribe
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