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English: A coolie (variously spelled cooly, kuli, quli, koelie etc.) is a historical term for manual labourers from Asia, particularly China and India, in the 19th century and early 20th century.
Deutsch: Kulis (asiatische Tagelöhner)
Culí (es); 咕喱 (yue); હમાલ (gu); Culi (ca); Cwli (cy); 苦力 (zh); Kuli (da); 苦力 (ja); Kuli (sv); קולי (he); coolie (te); 쿨리 (ko); Kulio (eo); Kuli (cs); coolie (it); coolie (fr); Kuli (et); Cu li (vi); Kulit (fi); Kuli (nn); Рабочие-кули (ru); Kuli (id); Ku-lí (nan); Kuli (nb); koelie (nl); ကူလီ (my); Kuli (ms); Coolie (pt); Kuli (de); coolie (en); القلي (عامل) (ar); قلی (ur); Kulis (pl) operai asiatici (it); ungelernter Lohnarbeiter (de); અમુક એશીયાઈ દેશોના રેલ્વેસ્ટેશન પર સામાન ઉંચકવાનું કામ કરતા મજુર (gu); labourer from Asia (en); smluvní služebník v jižní Asii (cs); ongeschoolde arbeiders voor zwaar handwerk afkomstig uit Azië (nl) Culi (es); Coolie, Cooly, Kuli, Quli, Koelie (yue); coolies (it); કુલી (gu)
labourer from Asia
Chinese coolie in the Philippines, 1899.jpg
Treballador xinès a les Filipines, 1899.
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