French Cameroons

Cameroun (def. 2).

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • French Cameroons — French′ Cameroons′ n. geg Cameroun 2) …   From formal English to slang

  • French Cameroons — /frɛntʃ kæməˈrunz/ (say french kamuh roohnz) plural noun that part of Cameroon formerly administered by France …   Australian English dictionary

  • French Cameroons — Cameroun (def. 2). * * * …   Universalium

  • French Mandate of Syria and Lebanon — Mandat français en Syrie et au Liban Mandate of France ← …   Wikipedia

  • Cameroons — [kam΄əro͞onz′] former region in W Africa consisting of two trust territories, French Cameroons (in 1960 forming the republic of CAMEROON) and British Cameroons (in 1961 divided between Cameroon and Nigeria) …   English World dictionary

  • Cameroons — n. Republic of Cameroon, republic on the western coast of central Africa; former German protectorate that was divided into British Cameroons and French Cameroons …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Cameroons — geographical name region W Africa bordering on NE Gulf of Guinea formerly comprising British & French Cameroons but now divided between Nigeria & Cameroon …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • French Congo — Congo français French colony ← …   Wikipedia

  • Cameroons — Infobox Former Country native name = conventional long name = British Cameroons common name = British Cameroons| continent = Africa region = West Africa country = Cameroon era = World War I status = Mandate empire = United Kingdom government type …   Wikipedia

  • Cameroons — Cameroonian, adj., n. /kam euh roohnz /, n. (used with a sing. v.) 1. German, Kamerun. a region in W Africa: a German protectorate 1884 1919; divided in 1919 into British and French mandates. 2. Also called British Cameroons. the NW part of this… …   Universalium

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