- Cambodia [kam bō′dē ə]country in the S Indochinese Peninsula: a French protectorate from 1863 until independence, 1954: 69,898 sq mi (181,035 sq km); pop. 5,756,000; cap. Phnom Penh: also, formerly, sometimes known as KampucheaCambodianadj., n.
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