[ Portuguese wahm-baw ]
/ Portuguese ˈwɑm bɔ /
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a city in central Angola.
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Formerly No·va Lis·bo·a [Portuguese naw-vuhleezh-baw-uh] /Portuguese ˈnɔ və liʒˈbɔ ə/ .
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How to use Huambo in a sentence
The Huambo people, male and female, enrich their hair with coral beads in a way that sets it off with much effect.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for Huambo
/ (Portuguese ˈwambu) /
a town in central Angola: designated at one time by the Portuguese as the future capital of the country. Pop: 756 000 (2005 est)Former name (1928–73): Nova Lisboa
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