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Tal, Umar, 1794?-1864


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    • Fūtī, ʻUmar ibn Saʻīd, 1794?-1864
    • Hājj ʻUmar ibn Saʻīd al-Fūtī, 1794?-1864
    • Omar, El Hadj, 1794?-1864
    • Omar Tal, du Fouta, 1794?-1864
    • Omar Tall, Hadj, 1794?-1864
    • Oumar, El Hadj, 1794?-1864
    • Saykou Oumar, 1794?-1864
    • Sayku Umaar, 1794?-1864
    • Seydou-Tall, Oumar, 1794?-1864
    • Taal, Umar, 1794?-1864
    • Taal, Uumar, 1794?-1864
    • Tal, Omar Seku, 1794?-1864
    • Ṭaʻl, ʻUmar ibn Saʻīd, 1794?-1864
    • Tal, Umar ibn Saʻid al-Futi, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Omar, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Omar Saidou, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Oumar Al-Futi, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Oumar Foutiyou, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Oumar Seydou, 1794?-1864
    • Tall, Umar Saidou, 1794?-1864
    • Umaar, Sayku, 1794-1864
    • Umaar, Sayku, 1794?-1864
    • Umaar Taal, 1794?-1864
    • ʻUmar, al Ḥājī, 1794?-1864
    • ʻUmar al-Fûtî, Ḥâǧǧ, 1794?-1864
    • Umar Tal, 1794?-1864
    • Umaru Futa, 1794?-1864
    • تال، عمر
    • طعل, عمر بن سعيد
    • فوتي، عمر بن سعيد
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    • Hājj ʻUmar ibn Saʻīd al-Fūtī, 1794?-1864
  • Sources

    • found: Tijānī, M. al-H. Hadj Omar Tall, 1798-1864, c1983.
    • found: His Voilà ce qui est arrivé, 1983:t.p. (al-Ḥâǧǧ ʻUmar al-Fûtî)
    • found: LC data base 4/7/86(usage: el-Hadji Omar; al-Hajj Omar Tal du Fouta; El Hadj Omar) manual auth cd. (al-Hājj ʻUmar ibn Saʻīd al-Fūtī, 1794?-1864)
    • found: Colvin, L.G. Hist. dict. Senegal, 1981(Tal, al-Hajj Umar, ca. 1794-1864)
    • found: Watta, O. Rosary, mat, and molo, 1992:CIP t.p. (Omar Seku Tal) galley (Alhadj Umaru Futa)
    • found: NUC pre-1956(hdg.: ʻUmar, al-Ḥājī, 1795 (ca.)-1864; usage: El Hadj Omar)
    • found: Bicentenaire de la naissance du cheikh El Hadj Oumar Al-Futi Tall, 1797-1998, 2001:t.p. (Oumar Al-Futi Tall)
    • found: Contes et récits des pays du fleuve, 2015:page 18 (l'empire Toucouleur d'El Hadj Oumar, 1848-1864; Oumar Seydou-Tall, le Fountanké [one from Fouta]) page 19 (El Hadj Omar; b. 1797, of a Toucouleur family in Halwar near Podor; went on pilgrimage in 1820, spent 13 years in the Mideast, became follower of the head of the Tidjaniya sect, Cheikh Mohamed Ghali; returned to Fouta-Djalon at age 40, 1838, with goal to create a Tijani Muslim empire) page 20 (defeated Malinke and Bambara, but not conclusively; died in a cave at Degimbéré where he had taken refuge)
    • found: Au-Senegal.com website, viewed Mar. 1, 2016(El Hadj Omar Tall; El Hadj Omar; real name Omar Saidou Tall; b. between 1794 and 1797 at Alwar near Guédé, dept. of Podor; his ethnic group had adhered to the Qadiriyah brotherhood since 1776; learned Arabic; died in mysterious circumstances in caves of Bandiagara, Mali)
    • found: Wikipedia, Mar. 1, 2016(El Hadj Umar Tall; al-Hajj Umar ibn Sa'id al-Futi Tal; Umar Saidou Tall; Arabic ʻUmar bin Saʻīd Ṭaʻl = عمر بن سعيد طعل ; b. in Futa Tooro; honorific El Hadj (al-Hajj) almost always precedes his name; last name sometimes spelled Taal; political leader, Muslim scholar, and Toucouleur military commander, founded a brief empire encompassing much of what is now Guinea, Senegal, and Mali; d. Feb. 12, 1864 in explosion of his gunpowder reserves)
    • found: Wikipedia, French version, Mar. 1, 2016(Oumar Tall; Umar Foutiyou Tall, or Oumar Seydou Tall; Muslim sovereign, erudite Muslim, and eminent Sufi; founder of the Toucouleur empire)
    • found: De Malal Bah à Alfaa Moolo Baalnde, 2019:page 25 (Sayku Umaar; le marabout Sayku Umaar; Sayku) page 4 of cover (grand marabout haalpulaar, Ceerno [marabout] Sayku Umaar Taal)
    • found: La geste de Tidjâni, 2019:page 7 (El-Hadj Omar) page 9 (Saykou Oumar)
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    • 1984-05-25: new
    • 2020-01-09: revised
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