very naive, an unmatched simpleton

Though he appears an intelligent bloke for all practical purposes he is a mundu

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  • Mündü — Gesprochen in Südsudan, Demokratische Republik Kongo Sprecher 26.000 Linguistische Klassifikation Ubangisch Sere–Mba Ngbaka Östliches Ngbaka Mündü …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mundu — (a. Geogr.), 1) Insel an Afrikas Ostküste; 2) Stadt der vorigen gegenüber, zwei Tagereisen von Malao, Handelsplatz mit sicherem Hafen; j. Hafen u. Insel Mete …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Mundu — Mundu,   Stadt in der Republik Tschad, Moundou …   Universal-Lexikon

  • mundu- — *mundu , *munduz? germ.?, Substantiv: nhd. Schutz, Schützer; ne. protection, patron; Quelle: Personenname (1. Jh.); Etymologie: s. ing. *mn̥tós, Substantiv, Hand, Pokorny 740; …   Germanisches Wörterbuch

  • Mundu — For the mundu tree, see Garcinia dulcis. For the ethnic group in Sudan, see Mundu people. A Malayalee man wearing a Mundu with a shirt The mundu (pronounced [muɳɖɨ]) is a garment worn around the waist in Kerala and Maldives. This garment is… …   Wikipedia

  • Mundu IM — Infobox Software name = mundu IM caption = mundu IM (PalmOS version screenshot) developer = [ Geodesic Information Systems] released = 2005 frequently updated = yes latest release version = 4.1 latest release date = March 4,… …   Wikipedia

  • Mündü — ISO 639 3 Code : muh ISO 639 2/B Code : ISO 639 2/T Code : ISO 639 1 Code : Scope : Individual Language Type : Living …   Names of Languages ISO 639-3

  • mundu — mızrak şeklinde hendeyin etrafına konulan alet …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • Mündü language — Mündü Spoken in South Sudan, Democratic Republic of the Congo Native speakers 26,000  (no date) Language family Ubangian Sere–Mba …   Wikipedia

  • Mundu people — For the mundu tree, see Garcinia dulcis. For a garment, see Mundu. Mundu is an ethnic group in Western Equatoria in South Sudan. Its population in Sudan is about 50,000 to 60,000.[1] They speak Mündü, a Niger–Congo language. References ^ Gurtong… …   Wikipedia

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