[kahm-pah-luh, kam-] /kɑmˈpɑ lə, kæm-/
a city in and the capital of Uganda, in the S part.
[yoo-gan-duh, oo-gahn‐] /yuˈgæn də, uˈgɑn‐/
an independent state in E Africa, between the NE Democratic Republic of the Congo and Kenya: member of the Commonwealth of Nations; formerly a British protectorate. 91,065 sq. mi. (241,068 sq. km).
the capital and largest city of Uganda, in Central region on Lake Victoria: Makerere University (1961). Pop: 1 208 544 (2002 est)
a republic in E Africa: British protectorate established in 1894–96; gained independence in 1962 and became a republic in 1963; a member of the Commonwealth. It consists mostly of a savanna plateau with part of Lake Victoria in the southeast and mountains in the southwest, reaching 5109 m (16 763 ft) in the Ruwenzori Range. Official language: English; Swahili, Luganda, and Luo are also widely spoken. Religion: Christian majority. Currency: Ugandan shilling. Capital: Kampala. Pop: 34 758 809 (2013 est). Area: 235 886 sq km (91 076 sq miles)
from Swahili u “land, country” + Ganda, indigenous people name, of unknown origin.
Uganda [(yooh-gan-duh, ooh-gahn-duh)]
Landlocked nation on Lake Victoria in east-central Africa, bordered by Tanzania and Rwanda to the south, Democratic Republic of Congo to the west, Sudan to the north, and Kenya to the east. Its capital and largest city is Kampala.
Note: From 1971 to 1979, Uganda was ruled by the notorious military strongman Idi Amin. It is estimated that Amin killed as many as 300,000 Ugandans through internal purges and campaigns of terror before he was overthrown.
Note: Under Amin, Uganda was a sponsor of international terrorism. In 1976, a French airliner was hijacked and flown to Entebbe Airport outside Kampala. An Israeli commando unit subsequently rescued the hostages in a sensational raid.
[kahm-pawng, -pong, kahm-pawng, -pong] /ˈkɑm pɔŋ, -pɒŋ, kɑmˈpɔŋ, -ˈpɒŋ/ noun 1. a small village or community of houses in Malay-speaking lands. /ˈkæmpɒŋ; kæmˈpɒŋ/ noun 1. (in Malaysia) a village
[kam-poo-chee-uh] /ˌkæm puˈtʃi ə/ noun 1. People’s Republic of, a former official name of . /ˌkæmpʊˈtʃɪə/ noun 1. the name (1976–89) of Cambodia name taken by Cambodia after the communist takeover in 1975, representing a local pronunciation of the name that came into English as Cambodia.
[kam-poo-chee-uh] /ˌkæm puˈtʃi ə/ noun 1. People’s Republic of, a former official name of . /ˌkæmpʊˈtʃɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Kampuchea, a former name for Cambodia, or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Kampuchea /ˌkæmpʊˈtʃɪə/ noun 1. the name (1976–89) of Cambodia name taken by Cambodia after the communist takeover […]
Keeping Abreast of Medical Transcription