Kaumu lut’i

Kaumu lut’i is an expression no longer in use that we wanted to rescue as a curiosity, from a French – Swahili dictionary belonging to the last decade of the 19th century. Kaumu lut’i is translated as “the people of Lot” and evidently refers to the biblical history of Sodom. It is an expression that we have also found in other languages, such as the word لوطي (Lūṭiyy) from Arabic, meaning sodomite.

Related: Watu wa Sodom
· I Survived Sodom (Funny Collection)
· I love Sodom (Protest Collection)
· Bible and homosexuality: the word of god (LGBT History).

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