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Chaka

/ˈʃaka/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Shaka
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  • Of all the chiefs in South Africa none were as powerful, and as much feared as chaka.

  • I swear it by the head of chaka, and the spirits of my fathers.

    Black Heart and White Heart H. Rider Haggard
  • The probability of chaka coming down to attack us was a subject often discussed in our kraals, and also the best plan of defence.

  • He was formerly one of chaka's generals, and is, like him, renowned for slaughter.

    The Mission Frederick Marryat
  • He was solemnly announced to be a Zulu king, and to stand in the place of the great founder of their nation, chaka.

  • It is said in the land that he is a son of chaka, the great king of the Zulus.

    She and Allan H. Rider Haggard
  • On the death in battle of Dingiswayo, chaka assumed the command of both tribes, to which he gave his name.

  • For instance, you may know that we Quabies—for my tribe, the Amansomi, are of that race—suffered at the spear of chaka.

    Child of Storm H. Rider Haggard

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