The Woɗaaɓe

Wuro – Homestead

“The spatial unity of cattle and family in a common / united / joint camp is the wuro. From here, the cattle go out grazing.” (Schareika 2003: 83)
“The wuro is the camp of the family-organized household and constists of the husband (in his function as head of household called jawmu wuro), his wife or his wives (in their function as working women for the household called yeyrijo) and their children.” (Schareika 2003: 96)