[ gan-duh, gahn- ]
/ ˈgæn də, ˈgɑn- /
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How to use Ganda in a sentence
From Alcoy a short line runs to Ganda on the coast, the cradle of the famous house of Borgia.
Another painting shows the saint, as Duke of Ganda, taking leave of his relatives when about to embrace the religious state.
Rise, and occupy it, and to-morrow all Ganda is at thy service to find thy lost mother and nurse.
As Kimyera strode proudly on, the great drum of Ganda sounded, and its deep tones were heard far and wide.
In Ganda, since the death of my father, there has been no king.
British Dictionary definitions for Ganda
/ (ˈɡændə) /
plural -das or -da a member of the Buganda people of Uganda, whose kingdom was formerly the largest in E AfricaSee also Luganda
the Luganda language of this people
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