Meaning of ASHANTI in English

əˈshantē, -aan-, -ain-, -än-, -ȧn-; aˈshan-, -aan-, -ain-; äˈshän-; ȧˈshȧn- noun

also asan·te -ˈsantē, -saan-, -sain-, -sän-, -sȧn-

( plural ashanti or ashantis also asante or asantes )

Usage: usually capitalized

Etymology: Ashanti A 1 san 3 te 1

1. : a West African people that are divided into various tribes organized as a kingdom in Ghana and that are skilled in cotton weaving, goldbeating and gold casting, and agriculture

2. : a dialect of Akan spoken by the Ashanti people

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