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Kath·man·dualso Kat·man·du (kăt′măn-do͞o′, kät′män-)
The capital and largest city of Nepal, in the central part of the country in the eastern Himalaya Mountains. It was founded c. 723 and was a Gurkha capital from 1768 until the late 1700s.
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(Placename) the capital of Nepal, in the east at the confluence of the Baghmati and Vishnumati Rivers. Pop: 814 000 (2005 est)
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or Kath•man•du(ˌkɑt mɑnˈdu, ˌkæt mæn-)
the capital of Nepal, in the central part. 235,160.
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