[gan-duh, gahn-] Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples from the Web for ganda

Historical Examples of ganda

  • In Ganda, since the death of my father, there has been no king.

    My Dark Companions

    Henry M. Stanley

  • But the dog, coach-wan,—thou wilt not permit him to fright my Ganda again?

  • In the Ganda country the royal wives are enjoyed by Brahmans, friends, servants, and slaves.

  • One day, in the streets of Alcal, as he was led to prison on a false accusation, the proud young grandee of Ganda passed him.

    Heroic Spain

    Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly

  • From Alcoy a short line runs to Ganda on the coast, the cradle of the famous house of Borgia.

    Southern Spain

    A.F. Calvert

British Dictionary definitions for ganda


  1. plural -das or -da a member of the Buganda people of Uganda, whose kingdom was formerly the largest in E AfricaSee also Luganda
  2. the Luganda language of this people
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