American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A river of southeast Africa rising near Johannesburg in northeast South Africa and flowing about 1,770 km (1,100 mi) in a northeast-southeast arc to the Indian Ocean in southern Mozambique.
- n. A river of Africa that rises near Johannesburg and flows about 1,770 km (1,100 miles) to the Indian Ocean in Mozambique.
- n. an African river; flows into the Indian Ocean
“My village is called GaMaja, it is located in Limpopo Province just south of Polokwane about 35km.”
“These four couples are all slated to live in Limpopo, two near Kruger National Park and two further west, near the Botswana border.”
“Oh, did I mention that all of the South Africans that we meet here in Limpopo look at us and shake their head, saying, “It gets too hot around here.””
“The name Limpopo was the overall favourite among the short-list of names considered during a provincial legislature meeting on”
“After receiving more than 250 suggestions from the public and other interested parties, Mushwana said the name Limpopo had cropped up 49 times.”
“The origin of the name Limpopo is unknown in Zimbabwe.”
“The 17 of us who are stationed in Limpopo Province traveled together to Tzaneen (so beautiful!”
“We have a city of orphans in a city called Limpopo and an organization called the Lonely Road Foundation that we've partnered with.”
“The Northern Province will in future be known as Limpopo,”
“But between them and the Limpopo was the Makalaka army.”
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