Turkana

[too r-kah-nuh]
noun, plural Tur·ka·nas, (especially collectively) Tur·ka·na for 1.
  1. a member of a seminomadic people of northwestern Kenya and bordering areas of Uganda.
  2. the Nilotic language of the Turkana.
  3. Lake. Formerly Rudolf. a lake in E Africa, in NE Kenya. 185 miles (298 km) long; 3500 sq. mi. (9100 sq. km).
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Turkana

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  1. Lake Turkana a long narrow lake in E Africa, in the Great Rift Valley. Area: 7104 sq km (2743 sq miles)Former name: Lake Rudolf
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