kondo

/ (ˈkɒndəʊ) /

noun plural -dos

(in Uganda) a thief or armed robber

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Word Origin for kondo

C20: from Luganda
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Example sentences from the Web for kondo

  • When at last I recovered my senses, the first thing that came to my mind was the beloved name of Kondo.

    Human Bullets|Tadayoshi Sakurai
  • Kondaiyito is said to be derived from kondo, an arrow, and to indicate warrior.