What is Zulu?

  • (noun): A member of the tall Negroid people of southeast Africa living in northern Natal.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on zulu:

South African Wars (1879–1915) - Colonial and Indigenous Groups - Zulu
... The Zulu originated from the Nguni clans which moved down the east African coast during the Bantu migrations ... The Zulu tribe traditionally resided in the Natal province on the eastern side of South Africa ... The Zulu were involved in two major wars ...
South African Wars (1879–1915) - Military Conflicts - The Bambatha Rebellion (1906–1907)
... under the Pukunyoni until 28 May 1906, when scouts were shot at by a Zulu impi marching toward the camp ... After returning with the news of the approaching Zulu, the camp prepared itself for attack ... The Zulu made an initial rush but were turned away ...
Zulu, Indiana - Geography
... Zulu is located at 41°02′13″N 84°53′32″W / 41.03694°N 84.89222°W / 41.03694 -84.89222 ...
South African Wars (1879–1915) - Military Conflicts - Anglo-Zulu War, (1879)
... Foreign settlers first came into conflict with the Zulu in the 1830s as they began expanding into Zulu territory ... of the next 40+ years, there was a tentative peace among the British and the Zulu ... The Boer/Zulu relationship continued to be one of great friction from the Battle of Blood River in 1838 to Boer incursions and infiltration of land ...

More definitions of "Zulu":

  • (noun): A Bantu language of considerable literary importance in southeastern Africa.