Kraal (noun)

  1. An enclosure for livestock, typically made of thorn bushes or stakes, found in Africa.
  2. A traditional African village, typically made up of a collection of huts surrounded by a fence or wall for protection.

Origin:

The word kraal is of african origin, used to describe a traditional african village or an enclosure for livestock.

Examples:

  1. The cattle were herded into the kraal for the night.
  2. The kraal was a collection of huts surrounded by a fence made of thorn bushes.
  3. The kraal provided a secure place for the villagers to live and keep their livestock.
  4. The kraal was a familiar sight in the African savanna.
  5. The children played outside the kraal, chased by the village dogs.
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