However, a minority of the Abagusii are believed to have been assimilated from the Luhya and Olusuba speaking Suba people Kenya that are believed to have migrated from the West of Lake Victoria that is present-day Buganda and Busoga. However, a lot of evidence from studies of East African Bantu languages  and anthropology suggests that the Abagusii and the mentioned related tribes emerged from the Pre-Bantu Agropastoralists of East Africa believed to have come from the North of Mt. The Abagusii are also found in other regions of geographical Western Kenya including former Nyanza Province such as Homa Bay County , and the rest of Luo-Nyanza as well as the rest of Kenya through recent migrations in post-colonial Kenya. The Abagusii speak Ekegusii language which is classified together with the Great Lakes Bantu languages.
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The Great Dictionary of the Indonesian Language of the Language Center defines a candi as an ancient stone building used for worship, or for storing the ashes of cremated Hindu or Buddhist kings and priests. In Hindu Balinese architecture , the term candi refers to a stone or brick structure of single-celled shrine with portico, entrance and stairs, topped with pyramidal roof and located within a pura. It is often modeled after East Javanese temples, and functions as a shrine to a certain deity. To the Balinese , a candi is not necessarily ancient, since candis continue to be re- built within these puras, such as the reconstructed temple in Alas Purwo , Banyuwangi. In contemporary Indonesian Buddhist perspective, candi also refers to a shrine, either ancient or new.
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The Luo are the fourth-largest ethnic group They speak the Luo language , also known as Dholuo , which belongs to the Western Nilotic branch of the Nilotic language family. Dholuo shares considerable lexical similarity with languages spoken by other Luo peoples. The Luo are descended from migrants who moved into western Kenya from Uganda between the 15th and 20th centuries in four waves.
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