Definition of Buganda
1. Noun. A state of Uganda and site of a former Bantu kingdom.
Group relationships: Republic Of Uganda, Uganda
Terms within: Capital Of Uganda, Kampala
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Buganda
Literary usage of Buganda
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Journal of the Manchester Geographical Society by Manchester Geographical Society (1889)
"The demand for slaves in Buganda itself is very great, it being only the surplus which is carried off by the Arab?. Every year some 2000 slaves, ..."
2. Travels in Africa During the Years 1875[-1886] by Wilhelm Junker (1892)
"... to Mwanga—First Meeting with Europeans—The Buganda Missionaries—Persecution of the Converts—Mackay's Work—Interview with Mwanga—Last Days in Buganda—The ..."
3. Conflict and Growth in Africa by Jeni Klugman, Bilin Neyapti, Frances Stewart (1999)
"administer much of the country outside the Kingdom. while the British and Buganda together attacked neighbouring territory. Buganda received the "lost ..."
4. British East Africa and Uganda: A Historical Record Compiled from Captain by Ernest L. Bentley, Frederick Dealtry Lugard, Baron Frederick John Dealtry Lugard (1892)
"Buganda, MENGO, June llth, 1892. To my friends the Directors of the Company in England,—I and all my chiefs send you many greetings. ..."
5. Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda by Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
"Uganda was created out of several historical kingdoms in the south, the most powerful being the Buganda kingdom, and the less organized ethnic groups in the ..."
6. The History of the Church Missionary Society: Its Environment, Its Men and by Eugene Stock (1899)
"Finally, our friends, let your ears and eyes and hearts be open to this place where we are at Buganda. Now we are in tribulation at being left alone. ..."
7. Proceedings by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain), Norton Shaw, Francis Galton, William Spottiswoode, Clements Robert Markham, Henry Walter Bates, John Scott Keltie (1889)
"Buganda (Uganda). By the Rev. RP A SHE.—Geographical investigation includes much more than the merely physical features of any country. ..."