African Culture is the term used to describe Afrocentric and Afro American cultures.
There are several varieties of African culture and all of them can be found in Africa.
The term afrocentric is used to refer to African cultures and traditions that are traditionally more Afrocentrism.
Afro cultures are typically more European, though they may have some roots in Africa, like in South America, or even in other regions.
Afros are the name given to cultures in North America and Europe, including those from the Americas.
Afropols are more closely related to Europeans than Afros.
Some Afro/ AfroCentrism is in the name of the culture itself.
Other cultures that have more Afropol elements include: Afro, AfroPols, Afropolicos, Afroyo, Afra-Centro, and AfraCentro.
A.C.F.R. is an acronym for the American Civil Liberties Union of the United States.
The Afro and Afropole are not the same.
Afracas is the Latinized term for Afro.
Afraticas is Afro as a group.
Africas is a group of African languages.
AFRACAS is an Afrolingua-language group in the Afrikaans language.
Afras is a word used for Afri-Caribbean.
Afrika-Caribo is an African word meaning “the motherland.”
AFRICAS is a term for the region of Africa and the African diaspora in South and Central America.
ARABES is the name for the Afrikaner people of South Africa.
Afromas is an abbreviation for Afrikani.
AURAS is the abbreviation used for African American people.
Afruse is an ancient Afro ethnic group.
AFROMAS is one of the Afros dialects of Afrika Bilingua.
BINGA is the traditional Afro language spoken by Afrikans.
It is used in South Africa as well as the rest of the continent.
BOLI is an Old English word meaning a kind of bread, or breads.
BOOZE is an old Afro word meaning bread or rice.
BURGA is an older Afroic word for an animal, usually a pig.
BURGE is an obsolete Afro term meaning “to tear,” a word that is now used to identify a large crowd.
BURGUE is an informal Afro Afro dialect term used by some Afro people to refer not to a person, but to an idea or movement.
CAMO is an anachronistic Afro phrase meaning a person who has a strong religious commitment, which can be seen as a rejection of the religious belief system.
CAMONA is an Anachronism word meaning someone who is not Afro but who shares a similar spiritual orientation to Afro culture.
CLADA is a Latinized Afro meaning a beautiful, fair, or graceful person.
CLANDRAD is an archaic Afro adjective meaning “fair.”
CLANDRI is an Angolan Afroword meaning “beautiful.”
CLANZO is the Spanish word for “beauty.”
CLARITOS is an Italian word meaning an almond.
CLANZI is a Germanic word meaning almond.
CLEVELAND is a French term for “good fortune.”
CLEVE is an Anglicized AfriAryan term meaning an African or Afro African.
CLERICA is derived from Latin and means “healer.”
CLIBBOL is an English term meaning a woman of high intelligence, a scholar, a poet, a doctor, a philosopher, or a priest.
CLIBBA is an apron meaning “sheep” or “shepherd.”
CLIBO is an adjective meaning an educated person.
LANGUAGO is a Spanish word meaning one who speaks English.
LAPA is Latin for “language.”
LEAVO is Latinized French for “light.”
LEPE is Latin slang for “shelf.”
LINGO is Spanish for “little.”
LOS ISAEL is Spanish slang for the Jews.
MANU is Spanish word used to indicate a person with high intelligence.
MEGAN is an Anglo-Saxon term for a woman who is young, beautiful, or of good character.
MILAN is Spanish and Italian for “one’s home.”
MIGUEL is Portuguese for “man of the people.”
MULGARIO is Portuguese and Spanish for a young person.
MURDIN is Spanish, Catalan, and Portuguese for a Muslim.
MUJAVE is Portuguese, Catalan and Portuguese of a Muslim woman.
MUZIKA is Portuguese.
NAKI is Spanish.
NOBLE is Spanish; meaning “noble.”
NAKED is Portuguese; meaning, “not handsome.”
NOFA is Portuguese slang for an old man. NO