/ (ˈʃaka) /
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died 1828, Zulu military leader, who founded the Zulu Empire in southern Africa
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Words nearby Shaka
shaʿir, Shairp, Shaitan, Shaiva, Shak., Shaka, shake, shake a leg, shake a stick at, shakedown, shake hands
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How to use Shaka in a sentence
Gordon's fearless bearing and strong will secured his object, and Suleiman returned with his men to Shaka.
(I.) The Sho-mon or lowest of the disciples of Shaka, or hearers who meditate on the cause and effect of everything.The Religions of Japan|William Elliot Griffis
There this same soldier appeared glorified and on the way to his reward in Shaka's bosom.The Way of the Gods|John Luther Long
The rebellion in Darfour being settled, I went down to Shaka with 200 men.The Life of Gordon, Volume II|Demetrius Charles Boulger
He even accepted an invitation to visit Suleiman at Shaka, where he spent two days.General Gordon|Seton Churchill