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Na·ma·qua·land(nə-mä′kwə-lănd′) or Na·ma·land (nä′mə-)
A mostly arid region of southwest Africa divided by the Orange River into Great Namaqualand in Namibia and Little Namaqualand in South Africa.
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(Placename) a semiarid coastal region of SW Africa, extending from near Windhoek, Namibia, into W South Africa: divided by the Orange River into Little Namaqualand in South Africa, and Great Namaqualand in Namibia; rich mineral resources. Area: 47 961 sq km (18 518 sq miles). Also called: Namaland
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also Na•ma•land(ˈnɑ mə-)
a region in the S part of Namibia, extending into the Republic of South Africa.
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