Examples from the Web for shamo
After entering upon the district of Shamo, Barth observed that millet became rare, and that the sorghum was generally cultivated.Some Heroes of Travel|W. H. Davenport Adams
Still, Charlie thought the Shamo might be a low plain, and he thought he might find something in it.
He'd been all over the Shamo, and the big Sahara's a park to it.
You'll find the Shamo all dotted out on the maps; but it's faked dope.
You've heard of the hemp-chewers and the betel-chewers; well, all that's baby-food to a thing they've got in the Shamo.
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Word Origin and History for shamo
desert in central Asia, from Mongolian gobi "desert." Gobi Desert is thus a pleonasm (see Sahara).