Related formsKam·chat·kan, adjective, noun
Examples from the Web for kamchatka
The fur coming from Kamchatka was the cause of the Russian discovery and conquest.
While he was yet two hundred miles from Kamchatka, winter overtook him, and there he was forced to remain through many months.Lewis and Clark|William R. Lighton
He sailed a short distance along its coast, visited various islands, and then steered for Kamchatka.
Though I have been in Kamchatka, I have never seen more lofty mountains.Vikings of the Pacific|Agnes C. Laut
The manner of preparation is much the same as in Kamchatka, save that the largest fish are skinned before being cut into strips.