Definition of Ghana in US English:

Ghana

proper noun

  • A country in West Africa, with a southern coastline that borders on the Atlantic Ocean; population 27,400,000 (estimated 2015); capital, Accra; languages, English (official) and West African languages.

    Formerly a center of the slave trade, the area became the British colony of Gold Coast in 1874. In 1957, it gained independence as a member of the Commonwealth of Nations under the leadership of Kwame Nkrumah. It was the first British colony to become independent

    Former name (until 1957) Gold Coast

Pronunciation

Ghana

/ˈɡɑnə//ˈɡänə/