Definition of Kampala
1. Noun. The capital and largest city of Uganda on the north shore of Lake Victoria.
Definition of Kampala
1. Proper noun. capital, and largest city in Uganda ¹
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Literary usage of Kampala
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Under the African Sun; a Description of the Native Races in Uganda, Sporting by William John Ansorge, Ernst Hartert (1899)
"AT Kampala. IH E king of Uganda resides on a hill called " Mengo," and for this ... Kampala hill was obtained by Lugard as a concession from King Mwanga, ..."
2. The Rise of Our East African Empire: Early Efforts in Nyasaland and Uganda by Frederick John Dealtry Lugard (1893)
"FORT GRANT TO Kampala. Start for Uganda—Plan of camp— ... Martin's caravan—Supplies to De Winton—Horses and steel boat— Martin to coast—Work at Kampala. ..."
3. With Macdonald in Uganda: A Narrative Account of the Uganda Mutiny and by Herbert Henry Austin (1903)
"Before the arrival of Mr. Berkeley at Kampala on April n, certain arrangements had already been entered into between Macdonald and George Wilson regarding ..."
4. In Wildest Africa: The Record of Hunting and Exploration Trip Through Uganda by Peter MacQueen (1909)
"For Kampala is the ancient capital of Uganda, and the English government, with its customary diplomacy, has established the European administration at ..."
5. Cities Feeding People: An Examination of Urban Agriculture in East Africaby Axumite G. Egziabher by Axumite G. Egziabher (1994)
"He refers briefly to Kampala to suggest that access to land for ... 684), who claims that Kampala is twice as self-sufficient in calories now as it was in ..."
6. The Land of the Nile Springs: Being Chiefly an Account of how We Fought Kabarega by Henry Edward Colvile (1895)
"... and Kampala, the three first being occupied by the king and the Catholic and Protestant missions respectively, while the last was selected by the ..."
7. The British Mission to Uganda in 1893 by Gerald Herbert Portal (1894)
"CHAPTER II Captain Portal's illness—He returns to Kampala ; is joined by his brother—His death and funeral—Sir Gerald Portal's ..."
8. Uganda's Katikiro in England: Being the Offical Account of His Visit to the by Ham Mukasa, Ernest Millar (1904)
"... triumphal progress—Thanksgiving service in the Cathedral—Reception at Kampala by the Deputy Commissioner—Telling the story of our travels THE next day, ..."