noun, plural Bech·u·a·nas, (especially collectively) Bech·u·a·na.
Origin of Bechuana
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The well-marked Bechuana language group has very distinct features of its own.
It is among the Bechuana missions, that enlargement is most practicable.
I believe that most of the Bechuana nation would have done the same.Missionary Travels and Researches in South Africa
Among the Bechuana, no man dares to clothe himself in the skin of his totem.The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life
But two Bechuana boys who were attendant upon their masters they managed to frighten a good deal more.The Triumph of Hilary Blachland