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N'Dja·me·naor N'dja·me·na or Ndja·me·na (ən-jä′mə-nə) Formerly Fort-La·my (fôr-lä-mē′)
The capital and largest city of Chad, in the southwest part of the country on the Chari River. Founded by the French in 1900, it was renamed in 1973.
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N'Dja•me•na(ən dʒɑˈmeɪ nɑ)
the capital of Chad, in the SW part. 511,700. Formerly, Fort-Lamy.
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|Noun||1.||N'Djamena - the capital and largest city of Chad; located in the southwestern on the Shari river|
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