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A region and former kingdom of central Vietnam on the South China Sea between Tonkin and Cochin China. It was ruled by China from 111 bc until ad 939 and came under French control in the 19th century.
An′na·mese′ (ăn′ə-mēz′, -mēs′), An′nam·ite′ adj. & n.
Annam(æˈnæm; ˈænæm) or
(Placename) a former kingdom (3rd century–1428), empire (1428–1884), and French protectorate (1884–1945) of E Indochina: now part of Vietnam
a former kingdom and French protectorate along the E coast of French Indochina: now part of Vietnam.
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|Noun||1.||Annam - a communist state in Indochina on the South China Sea; achieved independence from France in 1945|
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