Origin of gaboon
Words nearby gaboon
How to use gaboon in a sentence
The Mpongwes inhabit the right bank of the Gaboon, spreading over an extent of seventy to eighty miles.The Desert World|Arthur Mangin
Called on Mr. James, a colored missionary, now occupying the house of Mr. Wilson, who has lately removed to Gaboon river.
Other natives, in the neighborhood of Gaboon, worship the shark, and throw slaves to him to be devoured.
Here at Gaboon, he preaches to the natives in their own language, which he represents as being very soft, and easy of acquirement.
The next letter was from the English consul on the Gaboon River, announcing the death of the devoted missionary.The Christian|Hall Caine