Story: Song of the ||ku
Song of the ||ku
Tamme and !nanni both give the song of the ||ku, which they both heard from older people. !nanni heard it from a man called |kuirri, of his grandfather's people, and Tamme heard it from his uncle ≠namm-she. The ||ku is a small wild animal that resembles a jackal and eats ants and is found in the !kun country. Neither song has been translated.
1) See also Song of the !kan ||ka ||karashe and Song of the sho sho and The song of the Sauko and The song of the ||noruko djo-djo and The song of the mother of the little buck and The song of the ≠na≠n'arro and The song of the Ngogan-a (a little bird) and The song of the !ke tsa'ba (a bird) and The song of the ||gani (a bird) and The song of the !korro-ssin !ku (or Pit-making Bushmen) and A song of the |kam-ssin !ku (or Sun Bushmen) and The song of the !na !na'rishe (a bird), 2) This story is found in Book XI & XII-1
song (of the ||ku) , song (given by !nanni and Tamme) , song (of the !kun) , ants (eaten by the ||ku) , ants (and the song of the ||ku) , ||ku (a !kun song about) , ||ku (resembles a jackal) , ||ku (eats ants) , ||ku (habits and diet of)