- a monarchy in S Africa: formerly a British protectorate; gained independence 1966; member of the Commonwealth of Nations. 11,716 sq. mi. (30,344 sq. km). Capital: Maseru.
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Contemporary Examples of lesotho
One of the great pleasures of living in Britain is that you get occasional headlines like, “Lesotho women make good carpets.”Will Jargon Be the Death of the English Language?
March 30, 2014
Sentebale was co-founded by Prince Harry and supports projects that help disadvantaged children in Lesotho.Harry Makes A Million Dollars In One Night For Charity
October 9, 2013
Harry made the moving speech in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he flew today after spending several days in Lesotho.Harry: I Hope Princess Diana Would Be Proud Of Me
February 27, 2013
Unlike Kazakhstan and Lesotho, Italy is a country secretly run by women.
The Philippines is in 8th place, Lesotho 9th, and Burundi 24th.
Historical Examples of lesotho
If there is any appetite for facts so craving as to be yet unappeased,—Lesotho, necdum satiata,—more can be obtained.Medical Essays
Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.
- a kingdom in southern Africa, forming an enclave in the Republic of South Africa: annexed to British Cape Colony in 1871; made a protectorate in 1884; gained independence in 1966; a member of the Commonwealth. It is generally mountainous, with temperate grasslands throughout. Languages: Sesotho and English. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: loti and South African rand. Capital: Maseru. Pop: 1 936 181 (2013 est). Area: 30 344 sq km (11 716 sq miles)Former name (1884–1966): Basutoland