noun Pinyin, Wade-Giles.
Definition for changsha (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for changsha
As it was, he set the first example of true patriotism, and he had the immediate satisfaction of saving Changsha.
After that, it proceeds to Chuchow and Changsha, the capital of Hunan.The International Development of China|Sun Yat-sen
When the Taepings reached Changsha they found the gates closed and the walls manned.
But delays followed, and when the rioting occurred in Changsha he had not yet arrived at headquarters in Hankow.A Wayfarer in China|Elizabeth Kendall
Again in handicraft there is the same industry; you buy Chinese embroidery for a song in such a place as Changsha.Changing China|William Gascoyne-Cecil
British Dictionary definitions for changsha (1 of 2)
British Dictionary definitions for changsha (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for changsha
Chinese province, literally "south of the lake" (Lake Dongting), from hu "lake" + nan "south."