Definition of "kabaka" [kabaka]

  • Any of the former rulers of the Baganda people of S Uganda (noun)
  • The title of the king of Buganda. (noun)

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Use "kabaka" in a sentence
  • "Joy is insane she called kabaka's brother the one who called for peace on TV a BLACK NIGGER for calling for no more violence and said she is on the opposite end of the spectrum."
  • "They had a king, called the kabaka, and a court, and a whole civilized social structure."
  • "The king of the Baganda was called the kabaka; it was Kabaka Mutesa II who, in accepting the gift of a rifle from the English explorer Speke, sent a page from his court outside with it to shoot a bystander to see how well the weapon worked."