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Transkei

[ trans-key, -kahy ]
/ trænsˈkeɪ, -ˈkaɪ /
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noun
a self-governing Bantu territory of South Africa on the Indian Ocean: granted independence in 1976 by South Africa, but not recognized by any other country as an independent state. 16,910 sq. mi. (43,798 sq. km). Capital: Umtata.
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Trans·kei·an, adjective, noun
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Transkei
/ (trænˈskaɪ) /

noun
(formerly) the largest of the Bantu homelands in South Africa; declared an independent state in 1976 but this was not recognized outside South Africa; abolished in 1993. Capital: Umtata
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