Ujiji

[oo-jee-jee]
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Historical Examples of ujiji

  • A caravan which came from Ujiji reported that there was a white man in that country.

    From Pole to Pole

    Sven Anders Hedin

  • He has entered Ujiji and heard from the faithful Susi that the explorer yet lives.

    A Book of Discovery

    Margaret Bertha (M. B.) Synge

  • A white man had been seen by them who had lately arrived at Ujiji from Manyema.

  • He had been at Ujiji before, and had gone away and returned.

  • It was supposed that Ujiji would be found much of the same character.


British Dictionary definitions for ujiji

Ujiji

noun
  1. a town in W Tanzania, on Lake Tanganyika: a former slave and ivory centre; the place where Stanley found Livingstone in 1871. It merged with the neighbouring town of Kigoma to form Kigoma-Ujiji in the 1960s
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