Nilotic al-Ourouba was the probable original home of the Zensunni, the Misr. Nilotic al-Ourrouba is likely referring to the name of a location on Old Earth, encompassing the areas of Egypt, the Nile Valley and maybe some additional areas of North Africa, and/or the Middle East.
Behind the scenesEdit
"Nilotic" and "Nilote" (also spelled "Nilot") derive from the Nile Valley, specifically the Upper Nile and its tributaries, where most Sudanese Nilo-Saharan-speaking people live. "Al-Ourouba" literally translates as "the Arabicity", and thus the name might suggest a combination of Arab and Nilotic populations, and may have originally described an ethnicity or a mixed-ethnic cultural background, rather than a defined geographic region.