negro

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Englisch - Türkisch
{i} (Argo) zenci

On üçüncü yasa değişikliği tüm zenci köleleri serbest bıraktı. - The Thirteenth Amendment freed all Negro slaves.

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i., s., aşağ. zenci
{i} arap
i., s., aşağ., bak. Negro
(sıfat) zenci
zenc
negro pepper
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) afrika biberi
negro pepper
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) acı afrika biberi
negro question
zenci sorunu
negroes
zenciler
Türkisch - Türkisch
Zenci, kara derili
Englisch - Englisch
A person with black or dark brown skin

Oppressed people cannot remain oppressed forever. The yearning for freedom eventually manifests itself, and that is what has happened to the American Negro. Something within has reminded him of his birthright of freedom, and something without has reminded him that it can be gained.

Black or dark brown in colour
a Negro
Relating to the black ethnicity
{s} (Anthropology) dark-skinned, black-skinned; of Black and dark-skinned African races (derogatory in modern usage)
{n} an African, or his descendant of full blood, a black man
A Negro is someone with dark skin who comes from Africa or whose ancestors came from Africa. a word for a black person, which is now usually considered offensive (from negro , from niger). New Negro Movement Negro leagues Negro River Universal Negro Improvement Association
A person of sub-Saharan African descent
A nonspecific term used to describe a person of African/ Black parentage with no other apparent racial background; male negress; female
relating to or characteristic of or being a member of the traditional racial division of mankind having brown to black pigmentation and tightly curled hair
black
A black man; especially, one of a race of black or very dark persons who inhabit the greater part of tropical Africa, and are distinguished by crisped or curly hair, flat noses, and thick protruding lips; also, any black person of unmixed African blood, wherever found
The term used to refer to blacks of African origin Related to the Spanish word for black, Negro, and the term used to describe African races, Negroid, Negro was in common use into the 1960s The Black power and Black pride movements popularized the preferred term Afro-American during the late 1960s (Malcolm X had objected to Martin Luther King, Jr 's use of the term Negro, proposing instead Afro- American) "African-American" emerged later, as did Native-American, Asian-American, etc
Of or pertaining to negroes; black
{i} member of a Black or dark-skinned African race (Anthropology); African-American (derogatory in modern usage)
a person with dark skin who comes from Africa (or whose ancestors came from Africa)
NEH-groh black
n The piece de resistance in the American political problem Representing him by the letter n, the Republicans begin to build their equation thus: "Let n = the white man " This, however, appears to give an unsatisfactory solution
negro spiritual
A genre of African American song, usually with a Christian text, and sung a cappella with no harmony; it developed into gospel music
Negro River
or Guainía River River, northwestern South America. A major tributary of the Amazon River, it rises in the rainforest of eastern Colombia, where it is known as the Guainía, and forms a section of the border between Colombia and Venezuela. It crosses Brazil and joins the Amazon at Manaus. It is about 1,400 mi (2,250 km) long and is a major transport artery. Its name comes from its jet-black colour, which is caused by the decomposition of organic matter and its low silt content. River, central Uruguay. It rises in the southern highlands of Brazil. Flowing southwest across Uruguay, it is dammed at the Rincón del Bonete Reservoir, the largest artificial lake in South America, with an area of roughly 4,000 sq mi (10,400 sq km). The river joins the Uruguay River at Soriano. Although it is 434 mi (698 km) long, it is navigable for only about 45 mi (70 km) upstream from its mouth
Negro leagues
Associations of teams of black baseball players active largely between 1920 and the late 1940s. The principal leagues were the Negro National League, originally organized by Rube Foster in 1920, and the Negro American League, organized in 1937. The most noted teams included the Homestead (Pa.) Grays, who won nine pennants in the years 1937-45 and included the great hitters Cool Papa Bell, Buck Leonard, and Josh Gibson. In the mid 1930s the Pittsburgh Crawfords included Satchel Paige and the clutch-hitter William Julius "Judy" Johnson. The Kansas City Monarchs, after winning four national championships, lost Jackie Robinson to the Brooklyn Dodgers; the breaking of the colour barrier in major and minor league baseball led to the Negro leagues' decline
Negro spiritual
type of music that was developed by Black American slaves (generally concerned freedom and religious issues)
negro peach
stout spreading or semi-climbing tropical shrub with round brownish-red warty fruit; Africa
negro vine
twining vine with hairy foliage and dark purplish-brown flowers
A negro
moke
A negro
darky
A negro
woollyhead
United Negro College Fund
a charity organization in the US which gives money and support to black students and black universities
United Negro College Fund
association of historically African American colleges and universities that provides scholarships and assistance to young African Americans who want to attend college
United Negro Improvement Association
association established by Marcus Garvey in 1914 in order to promote African culture and foster unity among African people worldwide, UNIA
Universal Negro Improvement Association
Organization founded by Marcus Garvey in 1914. Organized in Jamaica, it was influential in urban African American neighbourhoods in the U.S. after Garvey's arrival in New York City in 1916. It was dedicated to racial pride, economic self-sufficiency, and the formation of an independent black nation in Africa. After Garvey's 1923 conviction on charges of fraud, the UNIA lost influence, but it proved to be a forerunner of black nationalism
a Negro
negro
negroes
plural of negro
negro
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