Definition of Gambian
1. Noun. A native or inhabitant of Gambia.
2. Adjective. Of or relating to or characteristic of Gambia or its inhabitants. "Gambian game parks"
Definition of Gambian
1. Noun. A person from Gambia or of Gambian descent. ¹
2. Adjective. Of, from, or pertaining to Gambia or the Gambian people. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Gambian
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Clinical pathology of the blood of domesticated animals by Samuel Howard Burnett (1917)
"3 SIVORI AND LECLER) gambian HORSE SICKNESS Horses are affected naturally; horses, rats, mice, guinea pigs, rabbits, dogs, cattle and goats may be given the ..."
2. Trade Pessimism and Regionalism in African Countries: The Case of Groundnut by Ousmane Badiane, Sambouh Kinteh (1994)
"The rapid growth of exports in Senegal probably reflects in part the smuggling of gambian groundnuts into that country. According to Puetz and von Braun ..."
3. Regional Integration and Cooperation in West Africa: A Multidimensional by Réal P. Lavergne (1997)
"Over the same period, it is estimated that as much as 45% of gambian imports were reexported into Senegal (Igue 1977; Lambert 1989). ..."
4. Diarrhea and Malnutrition: Interactions, Mechanisms, and Interventions by Lincoln C. Chen, Nevin S. Scrimshaw (1983)
"Rowland, MGM, Cole, T. ]., and Whitehead, RG A quantitative study into the role of infection in determining nutritional status in gambian village children. ..."
5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"II Subregion, presently to be treated, or only to the gambian province of the Libyan, ... To the gambian province belong the Cape-Yerd Islands, which, ..."
6. Animal Parasites and Human Disease by Asa Crawford Chandler (1922)
"The gambian parasite, as first shown by Sir David Bruce, is normally transmitted by the tsetse fly, Glossina palpalis, and its distribution is now almost ..."