A tribe living in northwestern Nigeria and southern Niger, where they form the majority of the population.
The Hausa people are members of an ethnic group who share a common culture and language. They are from areas of Nigeria and Niger, in West Africa.
a member of a Negroid people living chiefly in northern Nigeria
the chief member of the Chadic family of Afroasiatic languages; widely used as a trading language
a very different from the average coast man, and enjoys considerable prestige amongst the others just as a Zulu does among other Kaffirs in South Africa
refers both to a language and a group of people. Currently, Hausa people are most commonly associated with Northern Nigeria, but Hausa people live throughout West Africa and historically dominated commercial activity. Hausa is the dominant language of commerce throughout the Central Sudan savannah
Major ethnic group in West Africa, centred in N. Nigeria, active in long-distance trade