[ US /ˈkɛnjən, ˈkinjən/ ]
of or relating to or characteristic of Kenya or its people
- a native or inhabitant of Kenya
How To Use Kenyan In A Sentence
- The Kenyan athlete made a tactical error in starting too fast.
- Riddles, proverbs, and sayings that describe proper behavior for both young and old Kenyans are still common.
- Taking its cue from the day's headlines, the XYZ Show presents its own version of the news, using a small army of life-sized puppets to satirize Kenyan politics. Puppets, Political Satire Popular on Kenyan TV
- Kenyans are currently hotly debating the issue following the launch of a project to design a national costume for the country.
- Kenyan homes are traditionally conservative and strictly patriarchal.
- Kenyan police and coastguards tracked the speedboat and were reported to have surrounded it. Times, Sunday Times
- According to Kenya’s Interim Independent Electoral Commission, a majority of Kenyans approved the new law in the 4th August referendum, with the 'Yes' team garnering 6,092,593 votes, which is 66.9 percent, while the 'No' team was only able to manage about 2,795,059 votes or (30.1 percent) of the total vote cast. New Constitution Will Signal Country’s ‘Rebirth’, Says Kenyan Justice Minister
- Kenyans place a high value on family relationships and the importance of kinship.
- It would be helpful if Obama issued a categorical statement that if elected, he would not intervene in Kenyan affairs. VDARE.com: Blog Articles » Print » More Obama Family Mania
- But so far, the signs are that that won't put Kenyans off, voting Kibaki in.