Definition of Nyanzas
1. nyanza [n] - See also: nyanza
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Literary usage of Nyanzas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Nature by Norman Lockyer (1878)
"... will establish a similar organisation in the region of the nyanzas. The missions will be scientific as well as religious. ARCTIC EXPLORATION. ..."
2. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... Albert and Albert Edward nyanzas and their feeders, and in a lesser degree from the Bahr-cl-Ghaza 1, that this river obtains its constant supply of ..."
3. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1875)
"It is now admitted that the two great lakes, the Victoria and the Albert nyanzas, are not the ultimate sources of that river, and we also know the amount of ..."
4. The Canadian Monthly and National Review by William White (1875)
"But of the affluents of the Albert nyanzas, we know absolutely nothing ; neither do we know the extent of a large river, the Bahr Ghazal, which enters the ..."
5. Chamber's Encyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge (1891)
"The section between the two nyanzas is called the Victoria Nile or Somerset River. At its south-western extremity the Albert Nyanza is joined by the river ..."
6. Ridpath's Universal History: An Account of the Origin, Primitive Condition by John Clark Ridpath (1897)
"These are the great nyanzas and lakes which, by their extent, variety, ... Next after the Victoria we may mention the two other great nyanzas of the ..."