plural noun (singular Muganda /mo͞oˈɡändə/)
An African people of the kingdom of Buganda, now forming part of Uganda.
- A Muganda passes through the stages of omwana, omuvubuka, and omusajja or omukazi (man, woman).
- Kingdoms of the Baganda, Bunyoro, Toro, Ankole, and Busoga peoples emerged, and they remained strong from the fourteenth century until the nineteenth century.
- The most prominent indigenous clothing is found in southern Uganda among the Baganda.
Relating to the Baganda or their language.
- Amadinda is a Hungarian ensemble but shares with the composer a strong interest in the African Baganda musical tradition.
- The British are also accused of giving land to Baganda absentee landlords as gifts.
- Mrs Naka [the consultant] told us a story of how the Baganda [a dominant Bantu tribe] men of long ago would detect pregnancies they were not responsible for when their wives developed eclampsia in later pregnancies.
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