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Definition of the noun khama
What does khama mean as a name of something?
- Botswanan statesman who was the first president of Botswana (1921-1980)
- "Khama" is a book by John Charles Harris.
- also known as "Khama, the great African chief"
- "Khama" is a book by Julian Mockford.
- also known as "Khama: king of the Bamangwato"
Khama is a family.
Phrases with Khama
- Euthalia Khama Dubernardi
- Euthalia Khama
- sir seretse khama
- Euthalia Khama Khama
- Species Euthalia Khama
- Eremopterix Verticalis Khama
Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Khama
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Birds of Botswana (2015)
by Peter Hancock, Ingrid Weiersbye
khama is the grayest subspecies ...
by H.A. Bryden
' Khama is a well-known Bechuana name signifying Ilartebcest, one of the lleetest of all the large antelopcs. been greatly loved and revered ...
An Inquiry Into the Origin of Certain Letters, Words, Names, Fairy-Tales, Folklore, and Mythologies by Harold Bayley
Khama is the Hebrew for sun, and cam, kem, and can are the Gypsy words for sun. In Sanscrit khan9 means sun ; in Hebrew kham means heat ; and it is probable that the name KAMI or KAMIT applied to Egypt meant not " Black Land," but the ...
Freedom in the World 2016 (2016)
The Annual Survey of Political Rights and Civil Liberties by Freedom House
Electoral Process: 10 / 12 Khama is the son of Botswana's first president. The president is elected indirectly by the National Assembly and holds significant power, including the authority to prolong or dismiss the ...
What You Need to Know Explained Simply by Sharlee DiMenichi
Khama Ian Khama is the president of Botswana, which is a parliamentary republic. The parliament includes the House of Chiefs, made up of the heads of major tribes, and the National Assembly, members of which are elected by the public.
by Gwyneth Williams, Brian Hackland
Khama, Seretse (Botswana) Sir Seretse Khama became Prime Minister of ...
by Kenneth J. Panton
Khama was summoned ...
by Christopher Riches, Jan Palmowski
was founded by *Khama, and became the predominant political party. Khama became President upon independence in 1966. Independence (from 1966) Since the desert ...
by Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., Professor Emmanuel Akyeampong, Mr. Steven J. Niven
Khama was implicated by a national newspaper, the Sunday Standard, in the murder of John Kalafatis, a criminal accused of robbery. Kalafatis was mur- dered by members of the Botswana Defense Force while sitting in a vehicle, unarmed.
by Edmund Wright
The dominant tribe was the Ngwato, whose chief Seretse *Khama was banned from the country from 1948 until 1956 for marrying an Englishwoman. By now a nationalist movement had begun, which culminated in a democratic constitution in ...
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Scrabble value of K5H4A1M3A1
The value of this 5-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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