Definition of Capital of Senegal
1. Noun. The capital and chief port and largest city of Senegal.
Generic synonyms: Port, National Capital
Group relationships: Republic Of Senegal, Senegal
Lexicographical Neighbors of Capital Of Senegal
Literary usage of Capital of Senegal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Appletons' Annual Cyclopædia and Register of Important Events of the Year (1891)
"St. Louis, the capital of Senegal, has 20000 inhabitants. The chief exports are gum, ground-nuts, India-rubber, woods, and skins, the total value in 1889 ..."
2. Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern by Edward Cornelius Towne (1898)
"The story of a long journey inland in French Africa: from Dakar, the port of Senegal, by rail above 170 miles to St. Louis, the capital of Senegal; ..."
3. Elementary Geography by Henry Justin Roddy (1902)
"Name the capital of Senegal; of Sierra Leone; of Liberia. What divisions border the north coast of the Gulf of Guinea? Where is the Kongo State? ..."
4. Africa by Augustus Henry Keane (1907)
"St. Louis, capital of Senegal, lies at the mouth of the Senegal in Wolof territory. Ndar, as the natives call it, covers most of a long sandy island, ..."
5. The New Map of Africa (1900-1916): A History of European Expansion and by Herbert Adams Gibbons (1916)
"This is illustrated by the way Dakar, administrative center for the group of colonies, has eclipsed St. Louis, the old capital of Senegal.1 But Dahomey, ..."
6. The Geographical Journal by Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain). (1900)
"... has been experienced in controlling the operations in the far interior—on the Middle Niger—from so distant a centre as Kayes, the capital of Senegal. ..."