Crossword clues for kamba
Kamba may refer to:
- the Kamba people of Kenya
- Bena Kamba, a community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo
Usage examples of "kamba".
In the fullness of time he created three sons, who became the fathers of the Maasai, the Kamba, and the Kikuyu races, and to each son he offered a spear, a bow, and a digging-stick.
The Kamba chose the bow, and was sent to the dense forests to hunt for game.
In the fullness of time He created three sons, who became the fathers of the Maasai, the Kamba, and the Kikuyu races, and to each son He offered a spear, a bow, and a digging-stick.
And then there was good old Kanteverel of Bailemoona, and the Grand Admiral Gonivaul, who had never been to sea, and Duke Oljebbin, and Earl Kamba of Mazadone.
So did the third competitor, the tall hawk-faced forester Rizlail of Megenthorp, who, like Prestimion, had learned the art of bowmanship from the famed Earl Kamba of Mazadone.
He carried with him the great bow that Earl Kamba had given him when he was still a boy, a bow so powerful that few grown men could draw it, though Prestimion handled it with ease.
It was a source of distress to Prestimion that the good-hearted, ever-cheerful Kamba, that supreme master of archery, was not here to take part in this contest today.
But Kamba was one of those who had thrown in his lot with the usurping Korsibar, and he had died for it, with so many other brave warriors, at Thegomar Edge.
The good Earl Kamba, who taught me the art of the bow, died that day, and Kanteverel of Bailemoona, and my dear little sly Duke Svor, and many another great lord, but the war was over, and I was Coronal at last.
Coronal had choice seats not far from the three Powers and their immediate staffs: Duke Kanteverel of Bailemoona, Earl Kamba of Mazadone, Count Iram of Normork, Dembitave of Tidias, Fisiolo of Stee, Prince Thaszthasz who governed in rainy Kajith Kabulon, and many another.
Prestimion, growing restless, left his place and went across to speak with a few of the lords he had not seen since the Labyrinth, Kamba and Fisiolo and some others.
Count Iram, and good Earl Kamba of Mazadone, who had taught the art of archery to him, and Vimnad Gezelstad, among many another.
If I step on Muaimbila, I shall sink it into the sea, whilst Kamba shall rise to the sky.
If I step on Kamba, it will be lost in the sea, whilst Muaimbila would rise into the skies.