Lamane
Lamane or laman (also laam or lam) means "master of the land" in the Serer language. The name was also sometimes the title of chiefs or kings of the Serer people of the Senegambia region which include...
Lingeer Ndoye Demba
Linguere Ndoye Demba Joos Fadiou, also known as Ndoye Demba in Senegambian dynastic history, was a Serer princess from the Kingdom of Sine (now part of present-day Senegal), from the later half of th...
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Faye family
The patronym Faye (Serer: Fay) is one of the typical surnames of the Serer people of Senegal, the Gambia and Mauritania. In French-speaking Senegal and Mauritania, and English-speaking Gambia, the sur...
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Maad a Sinig Kumba Ndoffene Famak Joof
Maad a Signig Kumba Ndoffene Famak Joof (variations : Mad a Sinig Kumba Ndoffene Famak Joof, Mad a Sinig Coumba Ndoffène Fa mak Diouf, Coumba N'Doffène Diouf, Coumba N'Doffène Diouf I, Maat Sine ...
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Amar Godomat
Amar Godomat (or Amar Gôdômat) ia the name given in oral tradition to an 11th-century Serer archer.Mauritanian oral tradition claims Abu Bakr was killed in a clash with the "Gangara" (Soninke Wangara}...
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Mö Mboj Maalik Mboj
Mö Mboj Maalik Mboj (var : Mö Mbody Maalik) was the last King of Waalo prior to its fall to the French in 1855. The pre-colonial Kingdom of Waalo now lies within modern-day Senegal. The military...
Serer maternal clans
Serer maternal clans or Serer matriclans (Serer : Tim or Tiim; Ndut : Ciiɗim) are the maternal clans of the Serer people of Senegal, the Gambia and Mauritania. The Serer are both patrilinea...
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Lingeer Fatim Beye
Lingeer Fatim Beye Joos Fadiou (commonly Lingeer Fatim Beye) was a 14th-century (c. 1335) Serer princess and queen (Lingeer) from the Kingdom of Sine. She is the matriarch and early ancestor of the J...
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Teigne (title)
Teigne (also : Teign, Tègne, Teeñ, Tin or Tinou in Serer language) was the title of the monarch of the pre-colonial Kingdom of Baol, now part of present-day Senegal.After the demise of the Serer...
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Joof family
Joof (English spelling in the Gambia) or Diouf (French spelling in Senegal and Mauritania) is a surname typically Serer. This surname is also spelt Juuf or Juf (in the Serer language). They are the sa...
Joof family - Wikipedia
Buumi
Buumi (many variations : Buumy, Bumy, Bumi, etc.) was a Serer royal title in the Serer pre-colonial Kingdoms of Sine, Saloum and previously Baol. All these pre-colonial Serer kingdoms are now pa...
Maad Saloum
Maad Saloum (variations : Mad Saloum, Maat Saloum, Bour Saloum, Bur Saloum, etc.) means king of Saloum, in the Serer language. The ancient Kingdom of Saloum now part of present-day Senegal was a...
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Junjung
Junjung (various spellings, including Jung-jung, gungun also dyoung-dyoung etc.) is the name for the royal war drum of the Serer people in Senegal and the Gambia. It was played on the way to the bat...
Loul
The title Loul (or Lul) is an ancient royal title used in the pre-colonial Serer kingdoms, such as the Kingdom of Sine, the Kingdom of Saloum and formerly the Kingdom of Baol. These three pre-colonia...
Lingeer
Lingeer (also: Linger or Linguère) was the title given to the mother or sister of a king in the Serer kingdoms of Sine, Saloum and previously the Kingdom of Baol; and the Wolof kingdoms of Cayor, Jolo...
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Boukar Djillakh Faye
Boukar Djillakh Faye (Serer proper : Bugar Jilaak Fay, other variations : Bougar Birame Faye or Bugar Biram Fay) was a 14th-century Serer wrestler (njom) from the pre-colonial Kingdom of Sine which l...
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Guelowar
The Guelowar (many variations: Gelwaar, Guelwaar, Guelwar, Gelwar etc.) was the maternal dynasty in the Serer pre-colonial kingdoms of Sine and Saloum (in the Senegambia, but mainly in the western ar...
Thilas
Thilas (or tjilas, Djilas Tilas, etc.) was an ancient title of nobility used in the Serer pre-colonial Kingdoms of Sine, Saloum and previously the Kingdom of Baol, which are all now part of modern-day...
Maad Ndaah Njemeh Joof
Maad Ndaah Njemeh Joof (Serer : Maad Ndaah Njeeme Juuf or Mad Ndaah Njeeme Juuf) is one of the patriarchs of the Joof family, himself the medieval King of Laah (or Lâ) in Baol now part of indepen...
Maad Semou Njekeh Joof
Maad Semou Njekeh Joof (English spelling the Gambia. Variations: Maad Semou Djiké Diouf - French spelling in Senegal, Bour Sémou Djiké Diouf, Buur Sémou Djiké Diouf, Semou Njiké, Maat Semou Ndiké Diou...
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Maad a Sinig
Maad a Sinig (variations : Mad a Sinig, 'Maad Sine, Maat Sine, Bour Sine, Bur Sine, etc.) means king of Sine. The ancient Kingdom of Sine now part of Senegal was a pre-colonial Serer kingdom . T...
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