Bwana



(in Africa) master; boss.
Historical Examples

The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
Sacrifice Stephen French Whitman
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
The Land of Footprints Stewart Edward White
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White
Sacrifice Stephen French Whitman

noun
(in E Africa) a master, often used as a respectful form of address corresponding to sir

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