Origin of mamba
Examples from the Web for mamba
The poor unrecognisable remains of Mamba were among them; and thus, even in their death, he and Ramatoa were not divided!
This precautionary measure must 88 be gone through within a couple of minutes or one will fall a victim to the mamba's fangs.Seven Legs Across the Seas|Samuel Murray
Next morning Mamba pursued his way eastward with rapid step, for he was anxious—yet with a glad heart, for he was hopeful.
On hearing it Mamba leaped from the couch on which he had been laid as if nothing were the matter with him.
Then his plan to effect the rescue of Mamba was gradually matured.
British Dictionary definitions for mamba
Word Origin for mamba
Word Origin and History for mamba
large venomous African snake, 1862, from Zulu (i)mamba or Swahili mamba.