Related formsCam·e·roon·i·an, adjective, nounpro-Came·roon, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for cameroon
She was the first woman to become a lawyer in Cameroon, and had a long career as a civil rights attorney.
Needless to say, this does not enamor her to the powers that be in Cameroon.
After all, smaller developing nations like Cameroon often depend on trade with and aid from the West.
There are even worse ones, though less reported, from places like Cameroon, Kyrgyzstan, and Egypt.It Gets Better—but Mostly if You Live in a Rich, Democratic Country|Jay Michaelson|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There has never been a female MD of a bank in Cameroon; however, a few women head branch offices.
On Cameroon peak the forest ascends to 8000 ft.; above it is grass land.
Between Victoria and Cameroon is the village of Bimbia, said to be one of the most noted slave depots in the district.West African studies|Mary Henrietta Kingsley
On the rivers which run into the Cameroon estuary small steam launches ply.
The present largest specimen was taken, when a "piggie," by a trading captain, as it was swimming across the Cameroon River.Heads and Tales|Various
Kunde, Lame and Binder are native trading centres near the Cameroon frontier.
British Dictionary definitions for cameroon
Culture definitions for cameroon
Republic in west-central Africa, bordered by Nigeria to the northwest, Chad to the northeast, the Central African Republic to the east, Republic of the Congo, Gabon, and Equatorial Guinea to the south, and the Gulf of Guinea (part of the Atlantic Ocean) to the west. Yaounde is its capital, and Douala is its largest city.