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Kasai

[ kuh-sahy, kah- ]

noun

  1. a river in S central Africa, flowing from central Angola to and then NW along the Angola-Democratic Republic of the Congo border and through the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the Congo (Zaire) River. About 1,100 miles (1,770 km) long.


Kasai

/ kɑːˈsaɪ /

noun

  1. a river in southwestern Africa, rising in central Angola and flowing east then north as part of the border between Angola and the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaïre), continuing northwest through the Democratic Republic of Congo to the River Congo. Length: 2154 km (1338 miles)


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After leaving the Kasai country, we entered upon a great level plain, which we had formerly found in a flooded condition.

While at the ford of the Kasai we were subjected to a trick, of which we had been forewarned by the people of Shinte.

He stated also that the Kasai received another river, named the Lubilash.

The Kasai flows a little to the east of the town of Mai, and near it there is a large waterfall.

They describe the Kasai as being there of very great size, and that it thence bends round to the west.

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