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La
English Translation: Here
Language: Xitsonga

in, at, or to this place or position

La Rhandzekaka
English Translation: Dear
Language: Xitsonga

form of addressing a friend in a letter

Laha
English Translation: Here
Language: Xitsonga

at this point

Lahaya
English Translation: There
Language: Xitsonga

at that place

Lahla
English Translation: Lose
Language: Xitsonga

fail to keep possession of; misplace; be deprived of or cease to have or retain

Lahla
English Translation: Bury
Language: Xitsonga

to cover, for example under the ground


Lahleka
English Translation: Lost
Language: Xitsonga

not knowing how to get somewhere

Lahlekeriwa
English Translation: Lost
Language: Xitsonga

(adv.) missing

Lakani
English Translation: Sheet
Language: Xitsonga

a large piece of thin cloth used on a bed for sleeping on or under:

Lala
English Translation: Taper
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to become thinner until ending in a point

Lamula
English Translation: Orange
Language: Xitsonga

a round juicy fruit with a thick, orange coloured skin.

Lamula
English Translation: Orange
Language: Xitsonga

sweet, juicy citrus fruit

Lanci
English Translation: Lunch
Language: Xitsonga

meal in the middle of the day

Landzela
English Translation: Follow
Language: Xitsonga

go after; pursue; go along; drive along; to move behind someone or something and go where he,
she, or it goes

Landzelerisa
English Translation: Order
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to ask that something be brought

Langa
English Translation: Choose
Language: Xitsonga

to pick one option above others

Languta
English Translation: Look
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to watch

Langutana Ni Lwandle
English Translation: Sea View
Language: Xitsonga

sight of the sea

Langutela
English Translation: Manage
Language: Xitsonga

to direct or supervise

Lapi
English Translation: Material
Language: Xitsonga

cloth; fabric

Lapi Ro Andlalela Tafula


English Translation: Table Cloth
Language: Xitsonga

piece of material to cover a table

Lapi Ro Tsindziyela
English Translation: Canvas
Language: Xitsonga

fabric that tents are made of

Lava
English Translation: Want
Language: Xitsonga

to feel a desire or a need for something.

Lava
English Translation: Demand
Language: Xitsonga

claim, require; strongly request; to ask for something forcefully, in a way that shows that you do not
expect to be refused

Lava Mpfuno
English Translation: Need Help
Language: Xitsonga

to want assistance

Lava Mpfuno
English Translation: Need Help
Language: Xitsonga

to want assistance

Laveka
English Translation: Necessary
Language: Xitsonga

needed; required

Lavha
English Translation: Lava
Language: Xitsonga

melted rock from a volcano

Lawula
English Translation: Rule
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to decide on

Layiburari
English Translation: Library
Language: Xitsonga

building where books are kept for lending to the public

Layini
English Translation: Line
Language: Xitsonga
long straight mark

Layini Yi Lehile
English Translation: Queue
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) standing line; waiting line

Leha
English Translation: Tall
Language: Xitsonga

high (building); vertically long (person)

Lehisiwile
English Translation: Elongated
Language: Xitsonga

stretched out in length

Lembe
English Translation: Year
Language: Xitsonga

365 days

Lembe Rintshwa
English Translation: New Year
Language: Xitsonga

start of a year

Lembetlula
English Translation: Leap Year
Language: Xitsonga

a year that has 366 days


Lemukisa
English Translation: Warn
Language: Xitsonga

to tell someone about danger

Lengelela
English Translation: Suspended
Language: Xitsonga

hanging

Lepithopo
English Translation: Laptop
Language: Xitsonga

compact computer that can be carried wherever you go

Lepula
English Translation: Spoon
Language: Xitsonga

an object used for eating, stirring, and serving food. One end of it is shaped like a
shallow bowl and it has a long handle.

Lepula
English Translation: Spoon
Language: Xitsonga

utensil with a shallow concave at the one end for eating dessert or soup

Lerha
English Translation: Ladder
Language: Xitsonga

two poles with bars between them used to climb up or down


Lerhi
English Translation: Napkin
Language: Xitsonga

piece of cloth to wipe one’s hands and mouth after eating

Leswi Nga Pfuviwa


English Translation: Pastry
Language: Xitsonga

fine dough

Leswi Voniweke
English Translation: Observation
Language: Xitsonga

something noted

Leta
English Translation: Late
Language: Xitsonga

not on time

Letela
English Translation: Train
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to teach someone skills

Letela
English Translation: Teach
Language: Xitsonga

instruct; educate; impart knowledge to or instruct (someone) in how to do something,


especially in a school or as part of a recognized programme
Letere
English Translation: Letter
Language: Xitsonga

one of the symbols in the alphabet

Levhele
English Translation: Level
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) position from high to low e.g. ground level

Lexi
English Translation: This
Language: Xitsonga

denotes a particular person or thing; used to identify a specific person or thing close at
hand or being indicated or experienced.

Lexi
English Translation: This
Language: Xitsonga

a particular thing, sometimes indicated by pointing as well

Lifiti
English Translation: Lift
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) a device used to move people or goods from floor to floor of a building

Litara
English Translation: Litre
Language: Xitsonga

measurement of capacity equal to 1 000 cubic centimetres


Litheresi
English Translation: Literacy
Language: Xitsonga

ability to read and write

Logo
English Translation: Log
Language: Xitsonga

book for keeping record of incidents. e.g. trips by a vehicle

Lokixi
English Translation: Township
Language: Xitsonga

separate built-up area of a town

Loko
English Translation: When
Language: Xitsonga

at what time. how soon.

Loko
English Translation: Lock
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) device used

to prevent access to a container, e.g. a suitcase

Lomba
English Translation: Borrow
Language: Xitsonga

take and use (something belonging to someone else) with the intention of returning it
Longo
English Translation: Vertebrate
Language: Xitsonga

animal with an internal skeleton

Longoloxa
English Translation: Order
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to ask that something be brought

Loni
English Translation: Loan
Language: Xitsonga

sum of money lent to someone that has to be paid back

Lonkulu
English Translation: Adult
Language: Xitsonga

grown-up

Lontsongo
English Translation: Young
Language: Xitsonga

not old; youthfu

Lorha
English Translation: Dream
Language: Xitsonga

have thoughts and visions while sleeping; indulge in a daydream, imagine


Lotlela
English Translation: Lock
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to close with a lock

Lova
English Translation: Die
Language: Xitsonga

to stop living

Lovile
English Translation: Dead
Language: Xitsonga

not alive

Loya
English Translation: Bewitch
Language: Xitsonga

to place under one’s power by or as if by magic; cast a spell over

Loyara
English Translation: Lawyer
Language: Xitsonga

professional person who is qualified to practise law

Lulama
English Translation: Right
Language: Xitsonga

not wrong

Lulamile
English Translation: Ready
Language: Xitsonga

prepared

Lulamisa
English Translation: Adjust
Language: Xitsonga

to adapt

Luma
English Translation: Bite
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to use teeth to break off a piece of food

Lumalumiwa
English Translation: Stomach Ache
Language: Xitsonga

pain in the stomach

Lumeka
English Translation: Log Off/Log Out
Language: Xitsonga

to sign off from a computer or internet site

Lumpfana
English Translation: Chameleon
Language: Xitsonga

small reptile that can change its colour to camouflage itself

Lunghekile
English Translation: Ready
Language: Xitsonga

prepared

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Lwa
English Translation: Fight
Language: Xitsonga

to take part in battle or conflict

Lwana
English Translation: Fight
Language: Xitsonga

to take part in battle or conflict

Lwandle
English Translation: Sea
Language: Xitsonga

wide stretch of salty water between land masses

Lwango
English Translation: Roof
Language: Xitsonga

the covering on top of a building that protects the people and things inside from the weather

Lwangu
English Translation: Roof
Language: Xitsonga

top cover of a building

Lwisana
English Translation: Fight
Language: Xitsonga

to take part in battle or conflict

Mabalani
English Translation: Clerk
Language: Xitsonga

person who does administrative work

Machokolweni
English Translation: Labyrinth
Language: Xitsonga

interconnected passages in which it is difficult to find your way

Madala
English Translation: Old Man
Language: Xitsonga

a man who has been around for many years; old-fashioned person

Madyambu
English Translation: Evening
Language: Xitsonga

the part of each day between the end of the afternoon and the time when you go to bed.

Madyelo
English Translation: Diet
Language: Xitsonga

kind of food eaten regularly

Maendlelo
English Translation: Way
Language: Xitsonga
manner of doing things

Mafambiselo
English Translation: Proceedings
Language: Xitsonga

events; activities e.g. at a meeting or in court

Mafurha
English Translation: Oil
Language: Xitsonga

greasy liquid (derived from animal, vegetable, and mineral substances) that does not
mix with water and is used for many purposes

Mafurha
English Translation: Fat
Language: Xitsonga

a natural oily substance in animal bodies, especially when deposited under the skin or
around certain organs.

Mafurha
English Translation: Oil
Language: Xitsonga

thick, smooth substance used for lubrication or for frying food

Mafurha Yo Sirhela Dyambu


English Translation: Sunscreen
Language: Xitsonga

cream to protect the skin against sunburn

Magandzelelo
English Translation: Ritual
Language: Xitsonga
ceremony; habit

Magandzelo
English Translation: Ritual
Language: Xitsonga

ceremony, tradition; a religious service or other ceremony which involves a series of


actions performed in a fixed order.

Magazini
English Translation: Magazine
Language: Xitsonga

publication with topical content, often printed in colour on glossy paper and published
weekly or monthly

Maginete
English Translation: Magnet
Language: Xitsonga

metal that attracts other metal

Mahahu
English Translation: Lungs
Language: Xitsonga

each of the pair of organs within the ribcage into which air is drawn in breathing, so that
oxygen can pass into the blood and carbon dioxide be removed

Mahahu
English Translation: Lung
Language: Xitsonga

internal body organ used for breathing

Mahala
English Translation: Free Of Charge
Language: Xitsonga

no payment needed

Mahandza Ya Mune
English Translation: Four-Way Stop
Language: Xitsonga

road intersection where cars from all four directions must stop

Mahanyelo
English Translation: Living
Language: Xitsonga

condition of being alive

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Mahetelelo
English Translation: Final
Language: Xitsonga

last game of a competition

Mahika
English Translation: Asthma
Language: Xitsonga

allergic reaction that makes breathing difficult

Mahiselo Na Matitimelelo
English Translation: Temperature
Language: Xitsonga

degree of heat or cold at a particular place and time

Mahlambandlopfu
English Translation: Dawn
Language: Xitsonga

time of day shortly before and after sunrise

Mahlanhla
English Translation: Crumbed
Language: Xitsonga

covered in crumbs

Mahungu
English Translation: News
Language: Xitsonga

latest information about something

Mahungu
English Translation: News
Language: Xitsonga

information about a recently changed situation or a recent event.

Majarini
English Translation: Margarine
Language: Xitsonga

spread for bread

Majisitarata
English Translation: Magistrate
Language: Xitsonga

person who judges cases in a lower court

Maka
English Translation: Produce
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to make

Makanelwa
English Translation: Minutes
Language: Xitsonga

record of proceedings at a meeting

Makete
English Translation: Market
Language: Xitsonga

place where selling and buying take place

Makhanikhi
English Translation: Mechanic
Language: Xitsonga

person who fixes machines, especially vehicles

Makumekaye
English Translation: Ninety
Language: Xitsonga

number between eighty- nine and ninety-one; represented by the figure 90

Makumembirhi
English Translation: Twenty
Language: Xitsonga

number between nineteen and twenty- one, represented by the figure 20

Makumemune
English Translation: Forty
Language: Xitsonga
number between thirty- nine and forty-one, represented by the figure 40

Makumenharhu
English Translation: Thirty
Language: Xitsonga

number between twenty- nine and thirty-one, represented by the figure 30

Makumenkombo
English Translation: Seventy
Language: Xitsonga

number between sixty-nine and seventy-one, represen- ted by the figure 70

Makumentlhanu
English Translation: Fifty
Language: Xitsonga

number between forty-nine and fifty-one, represented by the figure 50

Makumetsevu
English Translation: Sixty
Language: Xitsonga

number between fifty-nine and sixty-one, represented by the figure 60

Makumu
English Translation: Last
Language: Xitsonga

after all the others; final

Makwavo
English Translation: Cousin
Language: Xitsonga

a child of your uncle or aunt


Makwenu
English Translation: Brother
Language: Xitsonga

a boy or a man who has the same parents as you.

Malahla
English Translation: Coal
Language: Xitsonga

black, fossilised pieces of wood or other plant material with which to make fire

Malakana
English Translation: Linen
Language: Xitsonga

bedding

Malakatsi
English Translation: Trash
Language: Xitsonga

rubbish; refuse

Malembe Ya Khume
English Translation: Decade
Language: Xitsonga

ten years

Maletere Lamatsongo
English Translation: Lower Case
Language: Xitsonga

small letters
Mali
English Translation: Money
Language: Xitsonga

coins and notes

Mali
English Translation: Money
Language: Xitsonga

the coins or bank notes that you use to buy things, or the sum that you have in a bank
account.

Mali Leyi Nga Tlherisiwiki


English Translation: Non-Refundable
Language: Xitsonga

of money that cannot be paid back

Mali Ya Tiko
English Translation: Currency
Language: Xitsonga

money unit used in a country

Mali Yo Lomba
English Translation: Loan
Language: Xitsonga

sum of money lent to someone that has to be paid back

Malume
English Translation: Uncle
Language: Xitsonga

brother of your mother or father


Malume
English Translation: Uncle
Language: Xitsonga

the brother of one’s father or mother or the husband of one’s aunt

Mamaledi
English Translation: Marmalade
Language: Xitsonga

mostly bitter-tasting jam made from the peel of citrus fruit

Mambe
English Translation: Foreign
Language: Xitsonga

from a different country; unknown

Manana
English Translation: Mother
Language: Xitsonga

female who has given birth to a child

Mananga
English Translation: Dessert
Language: Xitsonga

sweet food after a meal

Mandza
English Translation: Eggs
Language: Xitsonga

oval or round objects laid by a female bird, reptile, fish, or invertebrate and containing an ovum
which if fertilized can develop into new organisms.
Manga
English Translation: Nut
Language: Xitsonga

fruit with hard woody outer shell and soft, nutritious insides

Mangava
English Translation: Puzzle
Language: Xitsonga

a picture consisting of many pieces to be put together

Manghilazi Ya Dyambu
English Translation: Sunglasses
Language: Xitsonga

shaded spectacles that protect the eyes from the sun

Manghilazi Ya Mahlo
English Translation: Eye Glasses
Language: Xitsonga

lenses worn on the face to improve eyesight

Mangwa
English Translation: Zebra
Language: Xitsonga

type of striped African animal which resembles a horse

Mangwa
English Translation: Zebra
Language: Xitsonga

wild donkey-like African animal with black and white stripes

Mangwa Ya Ntswele
English Translation: Mare
Language: Xitsonga

female horse

Mani
English Translation: Who
Language: Xitsonga

what or which person or people; used in questions when you ask about the name or
identity of a person or group of people.

Mani Na Mani
English Translation: Public
Language: Xitsonga

open to all

Mapa
English Translation: Powder
Language: Xitsonga

finely ground substance

Mapapa
English Translation: Clouds
Language: Xitsonga

a visible mass of condensed watery vapour floating in the atmosphere, typically high
above the general level of the ground.

Mapapila
English Translation: Mail
Language: Xitsonga

correspondence, post

Maphorisa
English Translation: Police
Language: Xitsonga

public service that protects people and enforces the law

Maraka
English Translation: Mark
Language: Xitsonga

points earned in a test

Maratoni
English Translation: Marathon
Language: Xitsonga

long-distance road race, over 42 km

Marha
English Translation: Saliva
Language: Xitsonga

watery liquid secreted into the mouth by glands, providing lubrication for chewing and
swallowing, and aiding digestion.

Marhumbi
English Translation: Ruin
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) remnants of buildings

Marhumbu
English Translation: Intestines
Language: Xitsonga

insides of the lower part of the body from the stomach to the anus where food is
digested and absorbed into the bloodstream, and where faeces are formed
Marito-Tinomboro
English Translation: Alpha-Numeric
Language: Xitsonga

containing an alphabet letter and a number

Masamanisi
English Translation: Summons
Language: Xitsonga

letter instructing the addressee to be at court on a specific date and tim

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Masi
English Translation: Milk
Language: Xitsonga

white liquid produced by female mammals for feeding offspring

Masipala
English Translation: Municipality
Language: Xitsonga

local authority

Masocha Ya Nyimpi
English Translation: Army
Language: Xitsonga

land fighting force of a country

Masokisi
English Translation: Stocking
Language: Xitsonga

long covering for the legs


Masungulo
English Translation: Original
Language: Xitsonga

there from the start

Matematiki
English Translation: Mathematics
Language: Xitsonga

study of numbers, figures and shapes

Matheriyali
English Translation: Material
Language: Xitsonga

cloth; fabric

Mati
English Translation: Water
Language: Xitsonga

of water, of H2O ; the liquid which forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain and is the
basis of the fluids of living organisms

Mati Yo Titimela
English Translation: Cold Water
Language: Xitsonga

water that is not heated

Matiko
English Translation: Country
Language: Xitsonga

a nation with its own government, occupying a particular territory.


Matikoxikaya
English Translation: Rural
Language: Xitsonga

in or of the country; not urban

Matimba
English Translation: Power
Language: Xitsonga

orce, authority

Matimba
English Translation: Strength
Language: Xitsonga

the quality or state of being strong : capacity for exertion or endurance

Matimu Ku Nga Se Tsariwa


English Translation: Prehistoric
Language: Xitsonga

before the time of written records

Matirasi
English Translation: Mattress
Language: Xitsonga

soft part of a bed to lie on

Matitwelo
English Translation: Feeling
Language: Xitsonga

emotion

Matlangelo Yo Biha
English Translation: Rough Play
Language: Xitsonga

aggressive play

Matlhari
English Translation: Arms
Language: Xitsonga

weapons

Matsalani
English Translation: Secretary
Language: Xitsonga

person who does administrative work for a manager or organisation

Matsalani Wa Ntlawa
English Translation: Club Secretary
Language: Xitsonga

member in charge of administration

Matsalelo
English Translation: Handwriting
Language: Xitsonga

the way one shapes letters when writing

Matshopetana
English Translation: Poor
Language: Xitsonga

not good quality

Matshutshu
English Translation: Popcorn
Language: Xitsonga
maize kernels popped by heat

Mavizweni
English Translation: Synonym
Language: Xitsonga

word with the same meaning as another word

Mavoko Ya Swihadyana
English Translation: Tentacle
Language: Xitsonga

one of a number of long thin arms of an animal e.g. an octopus

Mavoko Ya Xiambalo
English Translation: Sleeve
Language: Xitsonga

piece of clothing covering the arm

Mavondo
English Translation: Jealous
Language: Xitsonga

feeling or showing an unhappy or angry desire to have what someone else has

Mavondzo
English Translation: Jealous
Language: Xitsonga

envious of another

Mawusi
English Translation: Mouse (Computer)
Language: Xitsonga
small piece of hand-held computer hardware that moves a cursor (arrow) across a
computer screen

Mawuwani
English Translation: July
Language: Xitsonga

seventh month of the year

Maxelo
English Translation: Weather
Language: Xitsonga

conditions of the outside environment, including the temperature, strength and direction
of the wind, and type and amount of precipitation

Maxelo
English Translation: Weather
Language: Xitsonga

the condition of the atmosphere in one area at a particular time, for example if it is
raining, hot, or windy

Maxindyana
English Translation: Squirrel
Language: Xitsonga

small rodent with fluffy tail that lives in trees and eats nuts and acorns

Mayikhirochipi
English Translation: Microchip
Language: Xitsonga

very small part of an integrated circuit in an electronic device e.g. a computer

Mayikhirofoni
English Translation: Microphone
Language: Xitsonga
receiver for recording and transmitting sound

Mayikhirosikopu
English Translation: Microscope
Language: Xitsonga

instrument that magnifies details, usually those invisible to the naked eye

Mayikhirowevhi
English Translation: Microwave (Oven)
Language: Xitsonga

oven that cooks food by means of microwaves

Mayimekelo
English Translation: Position
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) place

Mbanga
English Translation: Wound
Language: Xitsonga

injury; sore

Mbangi
English Translation: Dagga
Language: Xitsonga

relatively non-poisonous South African herb smoked like tobacco having a mild
sedative effect; marijuana

Mbangu
English Translation: Environment
Language: Xitsonga

natural world around us


Mbava
English Translation: Father
Language: Xitsonga

a male human parent

Mbholovo
English Translation: Quarrel
Language: Xitsonga

argument

Mbhongolo
English Translation: Donkey
Language: Xitsonga

domestic pack animal with long ears and that makes a braying sound

Mbhonye
English Translation: Blister
Language: Xitsonga

skin wound caused by touching hot objects, sunburn, or wearing chafing shoes

Mbhonyile
English Translation: Overcast
Language: Xitsonga

cloudy

Mbhovo
English Translation: Hole
Language: Xitsonga

gap; empty space in a solid body


Mbhukuto
English Translation: Bargain
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) something bought at a lower price then usual

Mbhukuto Wa Namuntlha
English Translation: Today’S Special
Language: Xitsonga

special dish of the day at a restaurant

Mbhulu
English Translation: Tendency
Language: Xitsonga

habit of acting or occurring in a specific way

Mbhurisano
English Translation: Interactive
Language: Xitsonga

allowing two-way communication between a computer program and a user

Mbila
English Translation: Pastry
Language: Xitsonga

fine dough

Mbilu
English Translation: Heart
Language: Xitsonga

the organ in your chest that pumps the blood around your body

Mbirhi
English Translation: Two
Language: Xitsonga

equivalent to the sum of one and one; one less than three; 2.

Mbisi
English Translation: Raw
Language: Xitsonga

not cooked

Mbita
English Translation: Pot
Language: Xitsonga

container for cooking

Mbolo
English Translation: Penis
Language: Xitsonga

the part of the body of men and male animals that is used for sex and through which
urine leaves the body

Mboyamo
English Translation: Slope
Language: Xitsonga

ground that goes up or down gradually

Mbulavurisano
English Translation: Interview
Language: Xitsonga

meeting where one person asks another person questions and records the answers

Mbumbamarito
English Translation: Terminology
Language: Xitsonga

words used when writing or talking about a topic

Mbuti
English Translation: Goat
Language: Xitsonga

farm animal or a wild animal that is about the size of a sheep. with horns, and hairs on
their chin which resemble a beard.

Mbuwetela
English Translation: Comfort
Language: Xitsonga

state of feeling at ease

Mbuyelo
English Translation: Result
Language: Xitsonga

consequence; outcome

Mbyana
English Translation: Dog
Language: Xitsonga

domestic animal that barks, kept for guarding or companionship

Meche
English Translation: Match
Language: Xitsonga

sports game

Megabayiti
English Translation: Megabyte
Language: Xitsonga

one million bytes of computer data

Memori
English Translation: Memory
Language: Xitsonga

amount of data that an electronic device can store

Meno
English Translation: Teeth
Language: Xitsonga

each of a set of hard, bony enamel-coated structures in the jaws, used for biting and
chewing.

Meno
English Translation: Teeth
Language: Xitsonga

plural of tooth, used for chewing food

Menthele
English Translation: Mental Arithmetic
Language: Xitsonga

the working out of an answer to a mathematical problem in your mind without writing it
down

Menyu
English Translation: Menu (Restaurant)
Language: Xitsonga

list of dishes that can be ordered at a restaurant, usually listing their prices

Menyu (Ya Khomphyuta)


English Translation: Menu (Computer)
Language: Xitsonga

list of options that appears when clicking on the start button of a computer

Mepe
English Translation: Map
Language: Xitsonga

a diagrammatic representation of an area of land or sea showing physical features,


cities, roads, etc.

Mepe
English Translation: Map
Language: Xitsonga

representation to scale of an area; used to find the way in a country or city

Metse
English Translation: Mathematics
Language: Xitsonga

study of numbers, figures and shapes

Meyara
English Translation: Mayor
Language: Xitsonga

the person who has been elected to represent a town or city for a fixed period of time
or, in some places, to run its government.

Meyara
English Translation: Mayor
Language: Xitsonga

elected head of a local authority

Mfambo
English Translation: Move
Language: Xitsonga

movement

Mfananiso
English Translation: Comparison
Language: Xitsonga

the similarities and differences between things

Mfenhe
English Translation: Chimpanzee
Language: Xitsonga

small ape of tropical Africa

Mfihlulo
English Translation: Breakfast
Language: Xitsonga

morning meal

Mfuku Ya Nsimbhi
English Translation: Cylinder
Language: Xitsonga

tube

Mfularhela
English Translation: Opposite
Language: Xitsonga

completely different

Mfumo
English Translation: Public
Language: Xitsonga
open to all

Mfungho
English Translation: Symbol
Language: Xitsonga

sign used to represent something or a meaning

Mfungho Wa Bindzu
English Translation: Brand Name
Language: Xitsonga

manufacturing name of a specific type of sales goods

Mfutsu
English Translation: Tortoise
Language: Xitsonga

slow-moving reptile with a hard shell

Mfutsu Ya Le Matini
English Translation: Crustacean
Language: Xitsonga

sea animal with a brittle outer shell

Mhaka
English Translation: News
Language: Xitsonga

latest information about something

Mhala
English Translation: Springbuck
Language: Xitsonga
small tan and white antelope with a dark brown band along its side — known for its
jumping ability; the national animal of South Africa

Mhalamhala
English Translation: Trumpet
Language: Xitsonga

brass musical wind instrument

Mhandze
English Translation: Wood
Language: Xitsonga

material from a tree used for e.g. fuel and making furniture

Mhangu
English Translation: Disaster
Language: Xitsonga

event that causes wide-spread harm

Mhani
English Translation: Mother
Language: Xitsonga

female who has given birth to a child

Mhaninkulu
English Translation: Aunt
Language: Xitsonga

the sister of one’s father or mother

Mhanitsongo
English Translation: Aunt
Language: Xitsonga

the sister of one’s father or mother


Mhawuri
English Translation: August
Language: Xitsonga

eighth month of the year

Mhelembe
English Translation: Rhinoceros (Rhino)
Language: Xitsonga

large African or Asian animal with a thick grey skin and one or two horns on its nose;
poached due to supposed medicinal properties of horn

Mhula
English Translation: Wax
Language: Xitsonga

substance that candles are made of

Mhungubye
English Translation: Jackal
Language: Xitsonga

wild dog-like animal that howls

Mhuti
English Translation: Antelope
Language: Xitsonga

wild buck

Miehleketo
English Translation: Thought
Language: Xitsonga

idea
Mihupani
English Translation: Naughty
Language: Xitsonga

not well behaved

Mikarhi Yin’Wana
English Translation: Sometimes
Language: Xitsonga

at times

Mileniyamu
English Translation: Millennium
Language: Xitsonga

period of 1 000 years

Milenze
English Translation: Stocking
Language: Xitsonga

long covering for the legs

Milimitara
English Translation: Millimetre
Language: Xitsonga

unit of measurement; one thousandth of a metre

Miliyoni
English Translation: Million
Language: Xitsonga

one thousand thousands; 1 000 000


Miluko
English Translation: Knitting
Language: Xitsonga

craft of making clothing from wool by using needles or a machine

Mina
English Translation: Me
Language: Xitsonga

word used to refer to yourself when an action is aimed at you or you receive something

Minete
English Translation: Minute
Language: Xitsonga

60 seconds

Minya
English Translation: Drain
Language: Xitsonga

to wash away liquid and keep the solid parts

Miri
English Translation: Body
Language: Xitsonga

the entire physical structure of a human being or an animal

Miroho
English Translation: Herbs
Language: Xitsonga

plants used to flavour food

Misava
English Translation: World
Language: Xitsonga

all the land and oceans on Earth

Misavu
English Translation: Humour
Language: Xitsonga

the funny side of things

Misisi Yo Lukiwa
English Translation: Plait
Language: Xitsonga

hair divided into three sections and twisted over each other

Misisi Yo Ribunga
English Translation: Blond
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) light colour, e.g. of hair

Misisi Yo Tshwuka
English Translation: Brunette
Language: Xitsonga

brown-haired

Mitara
English Translation: Meter
Language: Xitsonga

instrument for measuring

Mithara
English Translation: Metre
Language: Xitsonga
unit of length measurement (1 000 mm)

Mitsembyani
English Translation: Herbs
Language: Xitsonga

plants used to flavour food

Mixo
English Translation: Morning
Language: Xitsonga

of the beginning of the day, of sunrise ; the period of time between midnight and noon,
especially from sunrise to noon.

Miyela
English Translation: Still
Language: Xitsonga

quiet; not moving

Miyerile
English Translation: Silent
Language: Xitsonga

quiet

Mizayili
English Translation: Missile
Language: Xitsonga

weapon that can be aimed to destroy a target at a long distance

Modeme
English Translation: Modem
Language: Xitsonga
device for transmitting communication

Molekhulu
English Translation: Molecule
Language: Xitsonga

very small particle consisting of an arrangement of atoms

Mombo
English Translation: Forehead
Language: Xitsonga

top front part of face

Mongo
English Translation: Nut
Language: Xitsonga

fruit with hard woody outer shell and soft, nutritious insides

Mosiki
English Translation: Mosque
Language: Xitsonga

Muslim place of worship

Mova
English Translation: Sugar-Cane
Language: Xitsonga

a perennial tropical grass with tall, stout jointed stems from which sugar is extracted

Movha
English Translation: Car
Language: Xitsonga

motor vehicle
Movha Wa Maphorisa
English Translation: Police Car
Language: Xitsonga

car used by the police

Movha Wo Hiriwa
English Translation: Rental Car
Language: Xitsonga

car rented at a payment for a period

Moya
English Translation: Wind
Language: Xitsonga

movement of air

Moya Wa Foni
English Translation: Airtime
Language: Xitsonga

credit for time available to make calls on a cellphone

Moya Wo Pfindluka
English Translation: Pollution
Language: Xitsonga

release of harmful substances into the environment

Moyatenga
English Translation: Oxygen
Language: Xitsonga

gas required by animals to breathe


Mpako
English Translation: Package
Language: Xitsonga

Parcel

B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X y Z

Mpandzwa
English Translation: Dish
Language: Xitsonga

part of a meal

Mpetso
English Translation: Fold
Language: Xitsonga

a crease in paper or fabric

Mpfanganyiso
English Translation: Synthesis
Language: Xitsonga

creation; bringing together

Mpfhuka
English Translation: Stretch
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) a distance of road

Mpfindluko Wa Moya
English Translation: Carbon Footprint
Language: Xitsonga

effect of carbon emissions on the environment


Mpfula
English Translation: Rain
Language: Xitsonga

water drops that fall from clouds

Mpfuleko
English Translation: Vacancy
Language: Xitsonga

available job opportunity

Mpfumalontirho
English Translation: Unemployed
Language: Xitsonga

without a job

Mpfumawulo
English Translation: Sound
Language: Xitsonga

that can be heard

Mpfumawulo Wo Nandziha
English Translation: Harmony
Language: Xitsonga

melodious tune

Mpfumelelo
English Translation: Approval
Language: Xitsonga

decision that something is suitable or a good idea

Mpfundla
English Translation: Rabbit
Language: Xitsonga

small mammal that lives in burrows under the ground and has long ears

Mpfuneto
English Translation: Assistance
Language: Xitsonga

help; aid

Mpfungho Wa Vaendli
English Translation: Trademark
Language: Xitsonga

mark to identify a specific manufacturer of goods, for example clothing

Mpfuno
English Translation: Help
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) assistance

Mpfuvelo
English Translation: Digestion
Language: Xitsonga

processing of food by mouth, stomach and intestines

Mpfuxelelo
English Translation: In-Service Training
Language: Xitsonga

learning more about a job while already doing the job

Mphakelo
English Translation: Distribution
Language: Xitsonga

spreading

Mphamelo
English Translation: Nutrition
Language: Xitsonga

nourishing content of food

Mphamo
English Translation: Dish
Language: Xitsonga

part of a meal

Mphasano
English Translation: Complex
Language: Xitsonga

not simple

Mphikizano
English Translation: Quarrel
Language: Xitsonga

argument

Mphikizano Wo Humesana
English Translation: Tournament
Language: Xitsonga

series of sports matches with an ultimate winner

Mpimanyeto
English Translation: Budget
Language: Xitsonga
plan for spending money

Mpimi- Siso
English Translation: Evaluation
Language: Xitsonga

assessment according to specific criteria

Mpimo
English Translation: Range
Language: Xitsonga

scope

Mpimo Wa Ntswalo
English Translation: Rate
Language: Xitsonga

level or price at which something is charged

Mpumalanga
English Translation: Mpumalanga
Language: Xitsonga

province in the northeast of South Africa; an important mining and agricultural area

Mpunga
English Translation: Rice
Language: Xitsonga

plant grown in wet fields of which the seeds are dried and used as a staple food

Muafrika
English Translation: African
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) person from Africa


Muakelani
English Translation: Neighbour
Language: Xitsonga

person who lives next door

Muako
English Translation: Structure
Language: Xitsonga

something that is built

Muako Wo Leha Ngopfu


English Translation: Skyscraper
Language: Xitsonga

very high building

Muanakanyo
English Translation: Thought
Language: Xitsonga

idea

Mubaleki
English Translation: Refugee
Language: Xitsonga

person who flees to another country

Mubasisi
English Translation: Cleaner
Language: Xitsonga

person who keeps a place neat and tidy

Mubebulan- Hundzu
English Translation: Backpacker
Language: Xitsonga

person who travels cheaply with only a backpack as baggage

Mubohiwa
English Translation: Prisoner
Language: Xitsonga

person who is locked up as punishment for a crime and for rehabilitation

Mubyarhi Wa Timpahla
English Translation: Porter
Language: Xitsonga

person who carries luggage

Muchavi
English Translation: Refugee
Language: Xitsonga

person who flees to another country

Muchaviseki
English Translation: Sir
Language: Xitsonga

formal way to address a man

Muchayeri
English Translation: Driver
Language: Xitsonga

person driving a vehicle

Muchini
English Translation: Machine
Language: Xitsonga
device with mechanical parts used to perform difficult or repetitive jobs

Muchini Wa Fekisi
English Translation: Fax Machine
Language: Xitsonga

device for electronically sending a copy of a document or image

Muchongolo
English Translation: Dance
Language: Xitsonga

rhythmic movement to music

Muchuchisi
English Translation: Prosecutor
Language: Xitsonga

person arguing the state’s case in legal proceedings

Muchuchuti Wa Misisi
English Translation: Hairdresser
Language: Xitsonga

person who cuts and styles hair

Mudada
English Translation: Ring
Language: Xitsonga

circle-shaped object

Mudavula- Mpfhuka
English Translation: Astronaut
Language: Xitsonga

person who travels in space


Mudyamatsavu
English Translation: Vegetarian
Language: Xitsonga

person who does not eat meat

B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X y Z

Mudyamiroho
English Translation: Vegetarian
Language: Xitsonga

person who does not eat meat

Mudyaxihi
English Translation: May
Language: Xitsonga

fifth month of the year

Mudyondzisi
English Translation: Teacher
Language: Xitsonga

person who helps you learn about a subject

Muendzi
English Translation: Guest
Language: Xitsonga

visitor; someone who stays at a hotel

Mufambisi
English Translation: Manager
Language: Xitsonga

person in charge
Mufambisi Wa Masipala
English Translation: Municipal Manager
Language: Xitsonga

administrative head of a municipality

Muganga
English Translation: Village
Language: Xitsonga

small town

Mugodi
English Translation: Mine
Language: Xitsonga

underground drilling operation to find valuable natural elements e.g. gold and diamonds

Mugqivela
English Translation: Saturday
Language: Xitsonga

day between Friday and Sunday

Muhahisi
English Translation: Pilot
Language: Xitsonga

person trained to control an aircraft

Muhembi
English Translation: Liar
Language: Xitsonga

person who tells lies

Muhlapfa
English Translation: Immigrant
Language: Xitsonga

person who permanently moves to settle in your country

Muhlayisiwa
English Translation: Dependant
Language: Xitsonga

person who needs someone or something to exist

Muhloti Hi Ku Yiva
English Translation: Poacher
Language: Xitsonga

person who illegally hunts wild animals, fishes or strips shellfish from the shore

Muhlovo
English Translation: Colour
Language: Xitsonga

an aspect of things that results from the light they reflect or emit, making them look red,
blue, yellow, green, etc.

Muhocho
English Translation: Hollow
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) with a concave space inside

Muholo
English Translation: Salary
Language: Xitsonga

earnings during employment

Mujahisi
English Translation: Jockey
Language: Xitsonga

person who rides a horse in a race

Mujeko
English Translation: Flag
Language: Xitsonga

cloth with colours of a country

Mukeli
English Translation: Waiter
Language: Xitsonga

person who serves food or drinks in a restaurant

Mukhotsiwa
English Translation: Prisoner
Language: Xitsonga

person who is locked up as punishment for a crime and for rehabilitation

Mukhukhu
English Translation: Shack
Language: Xitsonga

informal house built from corrugated iron or waste material

Mukhuva
English Translation: Tendency
Language: Xitsonga

habit of acting or occurring in a specific way

Mukwana
English Translation: Knife
Language: Xitsonga
(n.) sharp instrument for cutting food

Mululamisi
English Translation: Technician
Language: Xitsonga

person who performs a technical function

Mulunghisi
English Translation: Technician
Language: Xitsonga

person who performs a technical function

Mumpfu
English Translation: Wax
Language: Xitsonga

substance that candles are made of

Mundle
English Translation: Prawn
Language: Xitsonga

a small shellfish prepared as seafood

Mundzuku
English Translation: Tomorrow
Language: Xitsonga

the next day

Mune
English Translation: Four
Language: Xitsonga

number between three and five, represented by the figure 4


Munghana
English Translation: Mate
Language: Xitsonga

informal word for a friend

Munghana Wa Xinuna
English Translation: Boyfriend
Language: Xitsonga

romantic male friend

Munghana Wa Xisati
English Translation: Girlfriend
Language: Xitsonga

female friend

Munghenisi Wa Data
English Translation: Data Capturer
Language: Xitsonga

person who enters information into a computer or other storage system

Munhu Sounds like:moo-noo


English Translation: Person
Language: Xitsonga

A person

Munhu Hi Yexe
English Translation: Individual
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) relating to a single case

Munhu Wa Ndhuma
English Translation: Celebrity
Language: Xitsonga

a person made famous by the media

Munhu Wa Xihlawuhlawu
English Translation: Racist
Language: Xitsonga

person who shows prejudice towards people of a different race

Muntshwa
English Translation: Teenager
Language: Xitsonga

young person aged about 13 to 17

Munwi
English Translation: Drinker
Language: Xitsonga

person who drinks, especially someone who drinks too much alcohol

Munyama
English Translation: Dark
Language: Xitsonga

opposite of light

Munyu
English Translation: Salt
Language: Xitsonga

white crystals ground to a powder used to flavour food

Munyu
English Translation: Salt
Language: Xitsonga
a strong-tasting substance, in the form of white powder or crystals, which is used to improve the
flavour of food or to preserve it

Munyuziyamu
English Translation: Museum
Language: Xitsonga

place where art or artefacts are displayed

Muondliwa
English Translation: Dependant
Language: Xitsonga

person who needs someone or something to exist

Muongori
English Translation: Nurse
Language: Xitsonga

medical assistant in a hospital

Mupfhumba
English Translation: Tourist
Language: Xitsonga

person who travels to foreign places

Mupulani Wa Muako
English Translation: Architect
Language: Xitsonga

person who designs and draws building plans

Muqaxi
English Translation: Employer
Language: Xitsonga
boss, person who employs people to do work

Murhangeri
English Translation: Leader
Language: Xitsonga

a person who guides or shows the way

Murhangerin- Kulu
English Translation: Captain
Language: Xitsonga

principal officer on a ship

Murhi
English Translation: Tree
Language: Xitsonga

large plant usually with a trunk, branches and leaves

Murhibeyila
English Translation: Blackberry
Language: Xitsonga

a kind of berry fruit

Murhumiwa
English Translation: Representative
Language: Xitsonga

person chosen to act on behalf of others

Musi
English Translation: Smoke
Language: Xitsonga

visible white, grey, brown or black fumes caused by burning


Musumbunuku
English Translation: Monday
Language: Xitsonga

first day of the week

Musweki
English Translation: Cook
Language: Xitsonga

person who prepares food in a restaurant or hotel

Muthoriwa
English Translation: Employee
Language: Xitsonga

person appointed in a job

Mutinyiketi
English Translation: Volunteer
Language: Xitsonga

person who works for free

Mutirheli
English Translation: Seal
Language: Xitsonga

sea mammal with flippers and a doglike face

Mutirhi
English Translation: Seal
Language: Xitsonga

sea mammal with flippers and a doglike face

Mutirhi Wa Xinkadyana
English Translation: Casual
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) temporary worker

Mutshwa
English Translation: Youth
Language: Xitsonga

young person or people

Mutsutsumi
English Translation: Refugee
Language: Xitsonga

person who flees to another country

Mutswari
English Translation: Parent
Language: Xitsonga

a father or mother; one who begets or one who gives birth to or nurtures and raises a
child; a relative who plays the role of guardian

Muvala Wa Xilamula
English Translation: Orange
Language: Xitsonga

a colour

Muvhi
English Translation: Movie
Language: Xitsonga

film; moving picture; cinema screening

Muviki
English Translation: Reporter
Language: Xitsonga

person who records an event and compiles a report on it for themedia

Muvulavuleri
English Translation: Spokesperson
Language: Xitsonga

person who speaks on behalf of a group

Muweti
English Translation: Waiter
Language: Xitsonga

person who serves food or drinks in a restaurant

Muwisisi
English Translation: Reserve
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) player to replace an injured player

Muxaka
English Translation: Type
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) a kind of something

Muxaka Wa Matsalwa
English Translation: Genre
Language: Xitsonga

kind or style of art e.g. literature

Muxaka Wa Nkokotso
English Translation: Shrimp
Language: Xitsonga
small crustacean with a soft shell and five pairs of legs — good for eating

Muxanisiwa
English Translation: Victim
Language: Xitsonga

someone who has suffered physical, emotional or financial damage

Muxengi
English Translation: Traitor
Language: Xitsonga

person who betrays his or her friend(s), cause or country

Muyeni
English Translation: Guest
Language: Xitsonga

visitor; someone who stays at a hotel

Muyimeri
English Translation: Representative
Language: Xitsonga

person chosen to act on behalf of others

Muyimeri Wa Xinawu
English Translation: Lawyer
Language: Xitsonga

professional person who is qualified to practise law

Muyivi
English Translation: Burglar
Language: Xitsonga

person who breaks into a building to steal


Mzala
English Translation: Cousin
Language: Xitsonga

a child of your uncle or aunt

Na
English Translation: With
Language: Xitsonga

accompanied by. in the same direction as

Nakambe
English Translation: Again
Language: Xitsonga

once more

Nala
English Translation: Enemy
Language: Xitsonga

an individual or group that is hostile toward another

Namarhela
English Translation: Sticky
Language: Xitsonga

like glue

Namarheta
English Translation: Paste
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to glue; to spread on

Namarheto
English Translation: Paste
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) spread; thick substance

Nambu
English Translation: River
Language: Xitsonga

wide natural stream of water

Nambu
English Translation: River
Language: Xitsonga

a large natural flow of water travelling along a channel to the sea, a lake, or another
river

Namibia
English Translation: Namibia
Language: Xitsonga

arid country on the southwest African coast neighbouring SouthAfrica in the northwest

Namibiya
English Translation: Namibia
Language: Xitsonga

arid country on the southwest African coast neighbouring SouthAfrica in the northwest

Namuneti
English Translation: Cool Drink
Language: Xitsonga

sweet drink to be served cold

Namuntlha
English Translation: Today
Language: Xitsonga
this day

Nandza
English Translation: Seal
Language: Xitsonga

sea mammal with flippers and a doglike face

Nandzelelano
English Translation: Order
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) record of what is required

Nandziha
English Translation: Tasty
Language: Xitsonga

having a pleasant flavour when eaten

Nandzu
English Translation: Offence
Language: Xitsonga

transgression; breaking of a rule

Nanga
English Translation: Trumpet
Language: Xitsonga

brass musical wind instrument

Nanndza
English Translation: Servant
Language: Xitsonga

domestic worker
Nantswa
English Translation: Taste
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to experience the flavour of food in your mouth

Nantswa
English Translation: Lick
Language: Xitsonga

pass the tongue over (something) in order to taste, moisten, or clean it.

Nantswo
English Translation: Taste
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) flavour of food when eaten

Navela
English Translation: Desire
Language: Xitsonga

to wish for or strongly want something

Nawu
English Translation: Rule
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) instruction to be followed

Nawu
English Translation: Law
Language: Xitsonga

the collection of rules imposed by authority

Nayiti
English Translation: Needle
Language: Xitsonga

long, thin spike for sewing

Ncakunya
English Translation: Chew
Language: Xitsonga

to use teeth to divide food into smaller bits

Nchavo
English Translation: Fear
Language: Xitsonga

an unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm

Ncheleto
English Translation: Irrigation
Language: Xitsonga

distribution of water to wet the soil in which plants are growing

Nchipiso
English Translation: Wholesale
Language: Xitsonga

sales in bulk quantities

Nchuluko
English Translation: Diarrhoea
Language: Xitsonga

stomach illness that causes runny stools

Nchumu
English Translation: Thing
Language: Xitsonga
an object

Nchumu
English Translation: Something
Language: Xitsonga

an unspecified or unknown thing

Nchuveko
English Translation: Barricade
Language: Xitsonga

barrier that blocks the way

Ncila
English Translation: Tail
Language: Xitsonga

part at the back of an animal or aeroplane

Ncinco
English Translation: Amendment
Language: Xitsonga

change

Ncinco Wa Mali
English Translation: Exchange Rate
Language: Xitsonga

proportion at which currencies are exchanged

Ncino
English Translation: Dance
Language: Xitsonga

rhythmic movement to music


Ndhambi
English Translation: Flood
Language: Xitsonga

natural disaster caused by too much rain or overflowing river

Ndhavuko
English Translation: Tradition
Language: Xitsonga

custom; the way things have been done for a long time

Ndhawu
English Translation: Venue
Language: Xitsonga

place where an event takes place

Ndhawu Ya Manyunyu
English Translation: Luxury
Language: Xitsonga

expensive surroundings

Ndhawu Ya Mavhengele
English Translation: Shopping Centre
Language: Xitsonga

building with many shops

Ndhawu Ya Ndzhaka
English Translation: Heritage Site
Language: Xitsonga

place of historical or cultural significance

Ndhawu Ya Nghozi
English Translation: Minefield
Language: Xitsonga

area where explosives are buried beneath the surface to keep the enemy away

Ndhawu Ya Tipala
English Translation: Goal Area
Language: Xitsonga

near the place to score

Ndhawu Yaleyo
English Translation: Local
Language: Xitsonga

of the surrounding area

Ndhawu Yo Dzahela
English Translation: Smoking Section
Language: Xitsonga

part of a building where cigarette smoking is permitted

Ndhichi Ya Sathelayiti
English Translation: Satellite Dish
Language: Xitsonga

bowl-shaped receiver

Ndhlulupu
English Translation: Bulb
Language: Xitsonga

electric lamp

Ndlala
English Translation: Hunger
Language: Xitsonga

condition of not having eaten for a while

Ndlandlamuko
English Translation: Expansion
Language: Xitsonga

making or getting larger

Ndlela
English Translation: Way
Language: Xitsonga

road to get to a place

Ndyangu
English Translation: Family
Language: Xitsonga

people who are related by birth or marriage

Ndyelo
English Translation: Plate
Language: Xitsonga

flat object to hold food

Ndzavisiso
English Translation: Research
Language: Xitsonga

process of gathering data about a topic, analysing the data and reaching a conclusion
about the topic

Ndzawulo
English Translation: Department
Language: Xitsonga
section of an organisation

Ndzemuxo
English Translation: Warning
Language: Xitsonga

information about danger

Ndzetelovutivi
English Translation: Workshop
Language: Xitsonga

meeting at which an issue is discussed to reach better understanding of it, or where a


new approach is practised

Ndzhaka
English Translation: Heritage
Language: Xitsonga

what is inherited from previous generations

Ndzhaku
English Translation: After
Language: Xitsonga

at a later time

Ndzhati
English Translation: September
Language: Xitsonga

ninth month of the year

Ndzhemba
English Translation: Fold
Language: Xitsonga

a crease in paper or fabric


Ndzhenga
English Translation: Afternoon
Language: Xitsonga

after midday (12 o’ clock) in the day

Ndzhukano
English Translation: Vulgar
Language: Xitsonga

not refined; crude

Ndzhumbha
English Translation: Drum
Language: Xitsonga

musical instrument that is hit to give the beat

Ndzhumbi
English Translation: Thigh
Language: Xitsonga

top part of the leg

Ndzhwalo
English Translation: Luggage
Language: Xitsonga

baggage used when travelling

Ndzilakano
English Translation: Boundary
Language: Xitsonga

outside edge of a piece of land


Ndzimana
English Translation: Verse
Language: Xitsonga

part of a poem

Ndzingananiso
English Translation: Moderation
Language: Xitsonga

not an extreme amount; a mild degree

Ndzingano
English Translation: Equality
Language: Xitsonga

state of being equal

Ndzinginiko
English Translation: Earthquake
Language: Xitsonga

movement of the earth’ s crust

Ndzisi
English Translation: Herd
Language: Xitsonga

group of certain kinds of animals of the same type, e.g. cattle or elephants

Ndzovo
English Translation: Fishing Rod
Language: Xitsonga

stick with a line to catch fish

Ndzumo
English Translation: Byte
Language: Xitsonga

unit of electronic data

Ndzuvo
English Translation: Property Rates
Language: Xitsonga

tax payable to a municipality for owning land

Neleta
English Translation: Needle
Language: Xitsonga

long, thin spike for sewing

Nelspruit
English Translation: Nelspruit
Language: Xitsonga

capital city of the province of Mpumalanga; an important fruit and timber centre (metro: Mbombela)

Nembelela
English Translation: Suspended
Language: Xitsonga

hanging

Nene
English Translation: Fresh
Language: Xitsonga

not old

Nese
English Translation: Nurse
Language: Xitsonga
medical assistant in a hospital

Nete
English Translation: Net
Language: Xitsonga

fabric with open holes, sometimes made of knotted cord

Nete Ya Tipala
English Translation: Goal Net
Language: Xitsonga

net behind the score box in soccer and hockey

Netiweke
English Translation: Network
Language: Xitsonga

arrangement of interconnected roads, contacts, computers, etc.

Nga Ri Xa Ntolovelo
English Translation: Irregular
Language: Xitsonga

not regular

Ngati
English Translation: Blood
Language: Xitsonga

red-coloured body fluid transported in veins

Nghadi
English Translation: Garden
Language: Xitsonga
place outside a house where grass and other plants have been planted to look attractive
and provide a place for relaxing or food

Nghala
English Translation: Lion
Language: Xitsonga

large African wild cat that hunts in prides and can roar; one of the Big Five

Nghandliso Hi Rintiho
English Translation: Fingerprint
Language: Xitsonga

mark left by a fingertip on a smooth surface

Nghayelo
English Translation: Digestion
Language: Xitsonga

processing of food by mouth, stomach and intestines

Nghena
English Translation: Go In
Language: Xitsonga

enter

Nghenela
English Translation: Join
Language: Xitsonga

to become part of a group or organisation

Nghenelela
English Translation: Interfere
Language: Xitsonga

to meddle; to step in between


Nghenisa
English Translation: Insert
Language: Xitsonga

to put in; to add

Nghenisa Swintshwa
English Translation: Update
Language: Xitsonga

to bring up to date

Nghilazi Yo Kurisa
English Translation: Magnifying Glass
Language: Xitsonga

glass that makes things look bigger

Nghingiriko
English Translation: Activity
Language: Xitsonga

something to do; the situation of people being busy and doing things

Nghingiriko Wo Tlurisa
English Translation: Hyperactive
Language: Xitsonga

very active

Nghohe
English Translation: Skin
Language: Xitsonga

outer, layered organ covering animals


Ngholovhana Ya Xintshabyana
English Translation: Cable Car
Language: Xitsonga

cubicle suspended from a cable moving people between a low and a high point

Nghoma
English Translation: Song
Language: Xitsonga

melody, usually accompanied by words

Nghozi Sounds like:ngho-zi


English Translation: Accident
Language: Xitsonga

Nghozi means “accident”something bad which happens that is not expected or intended,
and which often damages something or injures someone

Nghozi
English Translation: Danger
Language: Xitsonga

unsafe situation or circumstances

Nghunghumbhana
English Translation: Wheelbarrow
Language: Xitsonga

container with a front wheel and two feet that is pushed to carry heavy goods

Nghwazi
English Translation: Hero
Language: Xitsonga

person who endangers his or her own life to save those of others
Ngoma
English Translation: Drum
Language: Xitsonga

musical instrument that is hit to give the beat

Ngopfu
English Translation: Very
Language: Xitsonga

much

Ngoti
English Translation: Yarn
Language: Xitsonga

thread used for weaving or knitting

Nguluve
English Translation: Widower
Language: Xitsonga

man whose wife has died

Nguva
English Translation: Season
Language: Xitsonga

extended period of the same weather lasting several months

Ngwenya
English Translation: Crocodile
Language: Xitsonga

large aquatic predatory reptile with huge jaws and teeth and a powerful swimming tail

Nhamu
English Translation: Neck
Language: Xitsonga

part of human body between the head and chest

Nhenha
English Translation: Hero
Language: Xitsonga

person who endangers his or her own life to save those of others

Nhlambha
English Translation: Vulgar
Language: Xitsonga

not refined; crude

Nhlampfi Ya Thuna
English Translation: Tuna
Language: Xitsonga

large deep-sea shoal fish

Nhlamulo
English Translation: Reaction
Language: Xitsonga

response

Nhlamuselo (Xivangelo)
English Translation: Reason
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) cause

Nhlana
English Translation: Back
Language: Xitsonga

opposite to front part of the body

Nhlangahlangano
English Translation: Labyrinth
Language: Xitsonga

interconnected passages in which it is difficult to find your way

Nhlanganiso
English Translation: Network
Language: Xitsonga

arrangement of interconnected roads, contacts, computers, etc.

Nhlangano
English Translation: Organisation
Language: Xitsonga

institution; formal group or business

Nhlangano Wa Vatirhi
English Translation: Trade Union
Language: Xitsonga

organisation representing workers

Nhlangula
English Translation: October
Language: Xitsonga

10th month of the year

Nhlaselo
English Translation: Mugged
Language: Xitsonga
ambushed and robbed in the street

Nhlayiselo
English Translation: Reservation
Language: Xitsonga

booking

Nhlayiso Wa Tikhasimende
English Translation: Customer Care
Language: Xitsonga

looking after customers and meeting their expectations

Nhlayiso Wa Vana
English Translation: Child Care
Language: Xitsonga

looking after and fulfilling the needs of a child

Nhlekanhi
English Translation: Noon
Language: Xitsonga

12 o’ clock midday

Nhlengeletano
English Translation: Meeting
Language: Xitsonga

gathering to discuss a matter

Nhlengeletano Ni Vamahungu
English Translation: Press Conference
Language: Xitsonga

gathering where information is released to mediareporters


Nhloko
English Translation: Head
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) part of the body above neck

Nhloko Ya Xikolo
English Translation: School Principal
Language: Xitsonga

person in charge of a school

Nhlokomhaka
English Translation: Topic
Language: Xitsonga

subject under discussion

Nhlomulo
English Translation: Sadness
Language: Xitsonga

condition of unhappiness; grief

Nhlomuto
English Translation: Projection
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) object that sticks out

Nhlonge
English Translation: Skin
Language: Xitsonga

outer, layered organ covering animals

Nhlonipho
English Translation: Respect
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) feeling of high regard and admiration for someone

Nhlupheko
English Translation: Poverty
Language: Xitsonga

state of barely having the means to survive

Nhluvuko
English Translation: Development
Language: Xitsonga

something new that is happening

Nhompfu
English Translation: Nose
Language: Xitsonga

organ on face used to smell and breathe through

Nhonga
English Translation: Rod
Language: Xitsonga

stick

Nhongana
English Translation: Fly
Language: Xitsonga

any of various two-winged insects like the housefly

Nhova
English Translation: Rainforest
Language: Xitsonga
dense trees and other vegetation in a high- rainfall area in the tropics

Nhundzu
English Translation: Property
Language: Xitsonga

possession

Nhutlwa
English Translation: Giraffe
Language: Xitsonga

all beige-coloured African wild animal with dark blotches and a very long neck and legs

Nhwana
English Translation: Virgin
Language: Xitsonga

a person, typically a woman, who has never had sexual intercourse

Nhwanyana
English Translation: Girl
Language: Xitsonga

young female

Nhwelo
English Translation: Delay
Language: Xitsonga

a period of waiting for something

N’ Hweti
English Translation: Month
Language: Xitsonga

one of the 12 periods into which the year is divided


Nimadyambu
English Translation: Evening
Language: Xitsonga

late hours of the day, just before the night

Nimixo
English Translation: Morning
Language: Xitsonga

beginning of the day

Nimixo Swinene
English Translation: Early Morning
Language: Xitsonga

first part of the day, around dawn

Nimpundzu
English Translation: Morning
Language: Xitsonga

beginning of the day

Ninginisa
English Translation: Shake
Language: Xitsonga

to move or cause to move rapidly up and down or side to side

Nivinjara
English Translation: New Year
Language: Xitsonga

start of a year

Nivusiku
English Translation: Night
Language: Xitsonga

few hours before and after midnight when it is dark

Njara
English Translation: Yarn
Language: Xitsonga

thread used for weaving or knitting

Njhani?
English Translation: How?
Language: Xitsonga

in which way?

Njhini Yo Valanga
English Translation: Search Engine
Language: Xitsonga

application by means of which internet data can be searched

Njombo
English Translation: Lucky
Language: Xitsonga

Fortunate

Njovela
English Translation: Fish
Language: Xitsonga

to catch fish

Nkahelo
English Translation: Vapour
Language: Xitsonga
gas in the air e.g. steam

Nkambelo
English Translation: Evaluation
Language: Xitsonga

assessment according to specific criteria

Nkambeloxihoxo
English Translation: Trouble- Shooting
Language: Xitsonga

to search for a mistake in a system or operation

Nkambisiso
English Translation: Experiment
Language: Xitsonga

procedure to find out or test something

Nkampa
English Translation: Camp Site
Language: Xitsonga

place in nature to camp out in a tent or caravan

Nkanandzu
English Translation: Not Guilty
Language: Xitsonga

not having committed a crime

Nkanchumu
English Translation: Vacant
Language: Xitsonga

not filled; open; empty


Nkandziyiso
English Translation: Photocopy
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) copy of a document made on a machine

Nkanerisano
English Translation: Discussion
Language: Xitsonga

talking about

Nkanetano
English Translation: Quarrel
Language: Xitsonga

argument

Nkaneto
English Translation: Paradox
Language: Xitsonga

seeming contradiction

Nkarhi
English Translation: Time
Language: Xitsonga

hours, minutes and seconds

Nkarhi Lowu Taka


English Translation: Future
Language: Xitsonga

what is still to happen

Nkarhi Wa Ntlevutlevu
English Translation: Peak Period
Language: Xitsonga

time at which the busiest activity is experienced

Nkarhi Wo Suka
English Translation: Departure Time
Language: Xitsonga

time of leaving a place

Nkarhi Wo Wisa
English Translation: Leave
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) vacation; holiday from work

Nkateko
English Translation: Lucky
Language: Xitsonga

fortunate

Nkatolo- Velekangiki
English Translation: Unconventional
Language: Xitsonga

out of the ordinary; not conventional

Nkatsakanyo
English Translation: Summary
Language: Xitsonga

main points of a piece of writing

Nkavangaheti
English Translation: Whale
Language: Xitsonga
largest sea mammal

Nkavonikelo
English Translation: Opaque
Language: Xitsonga

not see-through

Nkawu
English Translation: Monkey
Language: Xitsonga

agile small wild animal with a long tail that lives mostly in trees

Nkaximfumo
English Translation: Casual
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) informal; comfortable or everyday clothes

Nkele
English Translation: Hole
Language: Xitsonga

gap; empty space in a solid body

Nketana
English Translation: Chain
Language: Xitsonga

metal links joined together

Nkhinkhi
English Translation: Enthusiastic
Language: Xitsonga

eing excited about something


Nkhukhulo
English Translation: Flood
Language: Xitsonga

natural disaster caused by too much rain or overflowing river

Nkhuluko Wa Gezi
English Translation: Current
Language: Xitsonga

a stream of water, air or electricity

Nkhuvu
English Translation: Festival
Language: Xitsonga

organised event for celebration

Nkhwaju
English Translation: Tick
Language: Xitsonga

mark

Nkoka
English Translation: Vital
Language: Xitsonga

essential

Nkokotso
English Translation: Crab
Language: Xitsonga

flat-shaped sea creature with an outer shell, five pairs of segmented legs

Nkolo
English Translation: Throat
Language: Xitsonga

pipe at the back of the mouth connecting mouth with digestive system

Nkolombyana
English Translation: Lizard
Language: Xitsonga

small quick-moving reptile with an elongated body and tail

Nkolonkono
English Translation: Dragonfly
Language: Xitsonga

insect with a long, thin body and long, translucent wings

Nkombiso
English Translation: Show
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) theatrical or musical production

Nkombo
English Translation: Seven
Language: Xitsonga

number between six and eight, represented by the figure 7

Nkomiso
English Translation: Summary
Language: Xitsonga

main points of a piece of writing

Nkondzo
English Translation: Footprint
Language: Xitsonga

mark left on the ground by a foot

Nkova
English Translation: Valley
Language: Xitsonga

low-lying area between hills or mountains

Nkucetelo
English Translation: Effect
Language: Xitsonga

result of an action

Nkufumelo Wa Misava
English Translation: Global Warming
Language: Xitsonga

increase in temperature around the earth

Nkulukumba
English Translation: Sir
Language: Xitsonga

formal way to address a man

Nkumba
English Translation: Blanket
Language: Xitsonga

soft piece of cloth to keep one’ s body warm

Nkumba Wa Vutsenga
English Translation: Quilt
Language: Xitsonga
blanket made by sewing small fabric pieces together

Nkungwa
English Translation: Mist
Language: Xitsonga

fog

Nkunupu
English Translation: Button
Language: Xitsonga

small usually round object to fasten a shirt or blouse

Nkurhe
English Translation: Brown
Language: Xitsonga

usual colour of soil or wood

Nkutlunyo
English Translation: Score
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) points in a game

B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X y Z

Nkwama
English Translation: Handbag
Language: Xitsonga

container in which to carry small things with you

Nkwangulatilo
English Translation: Rainbow
Language: Xitsonga
semi-circle of seven colours formed in the air when sunlight is diffracted by rain drops

Nomboro (Xik. 6)
English Translation: Number (E.G. 6)
Language: Xitsonga

numeral

Nomboro Ya Riqingho
English Translation: Telephone Number
Language: Xitsonga

number used to contact someone by telephone

Nomo
English Translation: Mouth
Language: Xitsonga

body opening used for eating, drinking, forming sounds, breathing, etc

Nomu
English Translation: Lip
Language: Xitsonga

flexible muscle around the mouth

Nona
English Translation: Fat
Language: Xitsonga

not thin; overweight

Nongoloko
English Translation: Order
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) record of what is required


Nongonoko
English Translation: Programme
Language: Xitsonga

plan or set of instructions to be followed

Nongonoko Wa Swivutiso
English Translation: Questionnaire
Language: Xitsonga

list containing questions

Nonoha
English Translation: Difficult
Language: Xitsonga

not easy

Nonoka
English Translation: Slow
Language: Xitsonga

not fast

Nonon’ Hwa
English Translation: Stiff
Language: Xitsonga

rigid, inflexible

Norho
English Translation: Dream
Language: Xitsonga

to experience something like a film in your mind while you sleep

Norho Wo Chavisa
English Translation: Nightmare
Language: Xitsonga

frightening dream

North West
English Translation: North West
Language: Xitsonga

province of South Africa in the northwest adjacent to Botswana; an important mining


and cattle-farming area

Noto
English Translation: Zero
Language: Xitsonga

nothing; nil; none

Nsalo
English Translation: Net
Language: Xitsonga

fabric with open holes, sometimes made of knotted cord

Nsati
English Translation: Wife
Language: Xitsonga

married female person; spouse

Nsayino
English Translation: Signature
Language: Xitsonga

person’ s name by his or her own hand on a document

Nseketelo
English Translation: Support
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) holding up or sustaining something

Nsele
English Translation: Cruel
Language: Xitsonga

purposefully hurtful and unkind

Nseve Wa Risana
English Translation: Ray
Language: Xitsonga

beam of sunshine

Nsiha
English Translation: Nerve
Language: Xitsonga

thin fibre that carries messages from the brain to the rest of the body

Nsimbhi
English Translation: Steel
Language: Xitsonga

hard, durable alloy that doesn’ t rust, made by mixing iron and carbon

Nsimu
English Translation: Field
Language: Xitsonga

an open area of land for playing sports or planting crops

Nsimu Ya Rhayisi
English Translation: Rice Field
Language: Xitsonga
field where rice grows; paddy

Nsimu Ya Vhinyo
English Translation: Vineyard
Language: Xitsonga

cultivated land on which grape vines are planted in rows

Nsirhelelo
English Translation: Security
Language: Xitsonga

safety

Nsivelamavabyi
English Translation: Hygienic
Language: Xitsonga

clean; without germs

Nsovo
English Translation: Kind
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) caring

Nsuna
English Translation: Mosquito
Language: Xitsonga

insect that bites and sucks blood

Ntalo
English Translation: Mass
Language: Xitsonga

quantity of matter of an object


Ntambhu
English Translation: Rope
Language: Xitsonga

thick cord made of twisted fibres

Ntambhu Ya Mahungu
English Translation: Aerial
Language: Xitsonga

wire that receives or transmits radio or television signals

Ntambhu Ya USB
English Translation: USB Cable
Language: Xitsonga

wire for connecting devices to a computer

Ntamu
English Translation: Power
Language: Xitsonga

orce, authority

Ntanga Wo Saseka
English Translation: Paradise
Language: Xitsonga

perfect place

Ntangu
English Translation: Shoe
Language: Xitsonga

one of a pair of coverings shaped to be worn on a foot, with a thicker layer under the
sole of the foot
Ntikelo
English Translation: Valuable
Language: Xitsonga

with a high value

Ntiko
English Translation: Weight
Language: Xitsonga

a measure of the heaviness of an object

Ntila
English Translation: Line
Language: Xitsonga

long straight mark

Ntila Wo Lehela Ehenhla


English Translation: Longitude
Language: Xitsonga

position on one of the imaginary lines that divide Earth into vertical segments

Ntima
English Translation: Black
Language: Xitsonga

darkest colour

Ntirhiso (Wa Nawu)


English Translation: Application (Of Rule)
Language: Xitsonga

putting a rule into practice; implementing a rule

Ntirho
English Translation: Task
Language: Xitsonga

piece of work to be done

Ntirho Wa Ntolovelo
English Translation: Routine
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) repeated action; habit

Ntirho Wo Tlangela
English Translation: Ceremony
Language: Xitsonga

formal procedure or event

Ntivomarito
English Translation: Vocabulary
Language: Xitsonga

words that make up a language

Ntivomisava
English Translation: Geography
Language: Xitsonga

subject in which the surface, structure, resources and human communities of Earth are
studied

Ntivovuaki
English Translation: Architect
Language: Xitsonga

person who designs and draws building plans

Ntiyiso
English Translation: Valid
Language: Xitsonga

applicable

Ntlambya
English Translation: Frog
Language: Xitsonga

small animal that lives in water and on land

Ntlampfana
English Translation: Muscle
Language: Xitsonga

human tissue that enables movement of the body

Ntlangasi
English Translation: Wetlands
Language: Xitsonga

vlei; water-logged area

Ntlangu
English Translation: Party
Language: Xitsonga

celebration

Ntlawa
English Translation: Club
Language: Xitsonga

organisation of people sharing the same interest

Ntlhambi
English Translation: Herd
Language: Xitsonga
group of certain kinds of animals of the same type, e.g. cattle or elephants

Ntlhambi Wa Tinhlampfi
English Translation: Shoal
Language: Xitsonga

large group of fish swimming together

Ntlhambi Wa Tinyeleti
English Translation: Galaxy
Language: Xitsonga

a very large grouping of stars

Ntlhavelo
English Translation: Injection
Language: Xitsonga

substance administered by needle into flesh

Ntlimbo
English Translation: Conflict
Language: Xitsonga

being in opposition; non-agreement; clash

Ntohe
English Translation: Monkey
Language: Xitsonga

agile small wild animal with a long tail that lives mostly in trees

Ntokoto
English Translation: Experience
Language: Xitsonga

something that happened to you that you remember


Ntolovelo
English Translation: Tendency
Language: Xitsonga

habit of acting or occurring in a specific way

Ntolovelo Wa Ndhavuko
English Translation: Ritual
Language: Xitsonga

ceremony; habit

Ntonga
English Translation: Biltong
Language: Xitsonga

dried meat

Ntsakiso
English Translation: Amusement
Language: Xitsonga

something to do for fun

Ntsako
English Translation: Happiness
Language: Xitsonga

joy

Ntsanana
English Translation: Small
Language: Xitsonga

not big

Ntsandza
English Translation: Log
Language: Xitsonga

piece of a tree trunk or branch

Ntsena
English Translation: Only
Language: Xitsonga

one and not more

Ntsendzeleko Wa Mabunu
English Translation: Trek
Language: Xitsonga

difficult and long journey across rough terrain

Ntsengele
English Translation: Berry
Language: Xitsonga

small round fruit, blue, red or black

Ntsengo
English Translation: Amount
Language: Xitsonga

a certain quantity of something, for example money or work

Ntshaho
English Translation: Extract
Language: Xitsonga

passage taken from a book or document

Ntshava
English Translation: Mountain
Language: Xitsonga

geographic feature of land rising steeply and high above the surrounding land

Ntsheketo
English Translation: Fiction
Language: Xitsonga

story; not the truth

Ntshembo
English Translation: Hope
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) expectation that something good is going to happen

Ntshoveko Wa Xikepe
English Translation: Shipwreck
Language: Xitsonga

ship that has sunk or run aground

Ntshovelo
English Translation: Harvest
Language: Xitsonga

gathering of the crop once it is ripe

Ntshuko
English Translation: Shock
Language: Xitsonga

sudden severe physical or emotional reaction

Ntshukunyana
English Translation: Mole
Language: Xitsonga
small mammal, virtually blind, with digging claws — burrows under the ground

Ntshungu
English Translation: Crowd
Language: Xitsonga

many people together at an event

Ntshwa
English Translation: New
Language: Xitsonga

opposite of old

Ntsindza
English Translation: Capital
Language: Xitsonga

main city of a province or country

Ntsongo
English Translation: Small
Language: Xitsonga

not big

Ntsutsumo
English Translation: Run
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) a point scored in cricket by running between the wickets

Ntsuvi
English Translation: Fog
Language: Xitsonga

thick white mist


Ntswalo
English Translation: Interest
Language: Xitsonga

earning on investment

Ntswontswa
English Translation: Kiss
Language: Xitsonga

to touch with the lips

Ntukulu
English Translation: Niece
Language: Xitsonga

daughter of your brother or sister

Ntukulu Wa Xinuna
English Translation: Nephew
Language: Xitsonga

son of your brother or sister

Ntululu
English Translation: Cousin
Language: Xitsonga

a child of your uncle or aunt

Ntumbuluko
English Translation: Natural
Language: Xitsonga

occurring in nature

Ntwelavusiwana
English Translation: Sympathy
Language: Xitsonga

feeling or emotion shared with someone, especially sadness

Nuna
English Translation: Husband
Language: Xitsonga

married male person

Nungu
English Translation: Hedgehog
Language: Xitsonga

small mammal with spikes on its back

Nwa
English Translation: Drink
Language: Xitsonga

to take a liquid by mouth

N’ Wala
English Translation: Nail
Language: Xitsonga

sharp steel spike knocked in by a hammer

N’ Walungu
English Translation: North
Language: Xitsonga

direction to the left when facing the rising sun

N’ Walungu Vupeladyambu
English Translation: North West
Language: Xitsonga
province of South Africa in the northwest adjacent to Botswana; an important mining
and cattle-farming area

N’ Wana
English Translation: Child
Language: Xitsonga

young person

Nwana
English Translation: Drink
Language: Xitsonga

to take a liquid by mouth

Nwana Wa Mufana
English Translation: Son
Language: Xitsonga

a mother or father’ s male child

N’ Wana Wa Nhwanyana
English Translation: Daughter
Language: Xitsonga

female child

N’ Wangulano
English Translation: Interactive
Language: Xitsonga

allowing two-way communication between a computer program and a user

N’ Wan’ Wasela
English Translation: Spray
Language: Xitsonga
small drops of liquid

N’ Warimhond- Zorin’ We
English Translation: Rhinoceros (Rhino)
Language: Xitsonga

large African or Asian animal with a thick grey skin and one or two horns on its nose;
poached due to supposed medicinal properties of horn

N’ Watimpepe
English Translation: Referee
Language: Xitsonga

person who controls a sports game by blowing a whistle

B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X y Z

N’ Watseka
English Translation: Spray
Language: Xitsonga

small drops of liquid

N’ Wayitelo
English Translation: Smile
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) friendly expression given with the corners of the mouth turned upwards

N’ We
English Translation: One
Language: Xitsonga

a single unit, represented by the figure 1

N’ Wendzamhala
English Translation: December
Language: Xitsonga

last month of the year

N’ Weti
English Translation: Moon
Language: Xitsonga

Earth’ s natural satellite

N’ Wina
English Translation: You (Plural)
Language: Xitsonga

used when addressing more than one person

N’ Wini
English Translation: Owner
Language: Xitsonga

person who owns something

Nxaniseko
English Translation: Poverty
Language: Xitsonga

state of barely having the means to survive

Nxaniso Wa Vana
English Translation: Child Abuse
Language: Xitsonga

mistreatment of a child

Nxaviselano
English Translation: Transaction
Language: Xitsonga
business action; deal

Nxaviselo Wa Vanhu
English Translation: Retail
Language: Xitsonga

sales to the general public

Nxaviso
English Translation: Trade
Language: Xitsonga

skilled type of labou

Nxavo
English Translation: Price
Language: Xitsonga

money value at which something is sold

Nxaxamelo
English Translation: List
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) document containing names, tasks, etc.

Nxiximo
English Translation: Respect
Language: Xitsonga

(n.) feeling of high regard and admiration for someone

Nxiyaxiyo
English Translation: Observation
Language: Xitsonga

something noted
Nxungeto
English Translation: Threat
Language: Xitsonga

situation holding the risk of causing hurt or damage

Nyama
English Translation: Meat
Language: Xitsonga

flesh of an animal to be eaten

Nyama Ya Homu
English Translation: Beef
Language: Xitsonga

meat of cattle

Nyama Ya Nguluve
English Translation: Pork
Language: Xitsonga

meat of a pig for eating

Nyama Ya Nyimpfu
English Translation: Mutton
Language: Xitsonga

sheep’ s meat for eating

Nyama Ya Rhole
English Translation: Veal
Language: Xitsonga

meat of a calf, for eating

Nyama Yo Gayiwa
English Translation: Mince
Language: Xitsonga

ground beef

Nyama Yo Oxiwa
English Translation: Braaivleis
Language: Xitsonga

barbecued meat

Nyamalala
English Translation: Vanish
Language: Xitsonga

disappear

Nyanganya
English Translation: Sweet
Language: Xitsonga

(adj.) that tastes like sugar

Nyangatsa
English Translation: Disgust
Language: Xitsonga

strong dislike

Nyangwa
English Translation: Doorway
Language: Xitsonga

opening in the wall of a building through which to enter or leave

Nyankwave
English Translation: Shark
Language: Xitsonga

large predatory fish with a characteristic dorsal fin and more than one row of sharp teeth

Nyanyuka
English Translation: Enthusiastic
Language: Xitsonga

eing excited about something

Nyeleti
English Translation: Meteor
Language: Xitsonga

piece of rock from space that burns out when it enters Earth’ s atmosphere; shooting
star

Nyeleti Ya Ncila
English Translation: Comet
Language: Xitsonga

celestial body that travels in an ellipse around the sun, part of which vapourises into a
long luminous tail as it gets closer to the sun

Nyenga
English Translation: Escape
Language: Xitsonga

to get away

Nyenyankulu
English Translation: March
Language: Xitsonga

third month of the year

Nyenyanyana
English Translation: February
Language: Xitsonga

second month of the year

Nyika
English Translation: Give
Language: Xitsonga

to offer

Nyiko
English Translation: Present
Language: Xitsonga

gift

Nyimpfu
English Translation: Sheep
Language: Xitsonga

farm animal kept for its wool and meat

Nyimpfu Ya Xisati
English Translation: Ewe
Language: Xitsonga

female sheep

Nyimpi
English Translation: War
Language: Xitsonga

armed conflict between countries

Nyoka
English Translation: Snake
Language: Xitsonga
long, thin, legless reptile that slithers along the ground

Nyonga
English Translation: Hip
Language: Xitsonga

part of the body where the legs join the upper body

Nyuhwela
English Translation: Fat
Language: Xitsonga

not thin; overweight

Nyuku
English Translation: Sweat
Language: Xitsonga

droplets on the skin caused by hot weather or exercise; perspiration

Nyumeresi
English Translation: Numeracy
Language: Xitsonga

ability to work with numbers

Nyumisa
English Translation: Embarrass
Language: Xitsonga

to make someone feel uncomfortable

O Kala Nchumu
English Translation: Vacant
Language: Xitsonga

not filled; open; empty


Obiti
English Translation: Orbit
Language: Xitsonga

fixed path around an object, e.g. around a planet

Oho!
English Translation: Okay (OK)
Language: Xitsonga

slang expression meaning fine or good

Okhestra
English Translation: Orchestra
Language: Xitsonga

group of classical musicians playing musical instruments

Okisijini
English Translation: Oxygen
Language: Xitsonga

gas required by animals to breathe

Okuthagoni
English Translation: Octagon
Language: Xitsonga

shape with eight angles

Okuthopasi
English Translation: Octopus
Language: Xitsonga

soft sea animal (a mollusc) with eight flexible arms fitted with suckers
Oloriwile
English Translation: Elongated
Language: Xitsonga

stretched out in length

Olova
English Translation: Soft
Language: Xitsonga

not hard

Olovisa
English Translation: Lubrication
Language: Xitsonga

substance that makes a surface smooth and slippery

Oma
English Translation: Duck
Language: Xitsonga

waterbird with a flat beak

Oma
English Translation: Dry
Language: Xitsonga

free from moisture or liquid

Omile
English Translation: Dry
Language: Xitsonga

not wet

Ondza
English Translation: Taper
Language: Xitsonga

(v.) to become thinner until ending in a point

Onha
English Translation: Damage
Language: Xitsonga

harm or breakage

Onhakile
English Translation: Out Of Order
Language: Xitsonga

not working; broken

Onhekile
English Translation: Out Of Order
Language: Xitsonga

not working; broken

Onhetela
English Translation: Destroy
Language: Xitsonga

put an end to the existence of (something) by damaging or attacking it

Opera
English Translation: Opera
Language: Xitsonga

classical musical production telling a story by singing and acting

Ovhara
English Translation: Over
Language: Xitsonga

spell of six balls bowled in cricket

Oyili
English Translation: Oil
Language: Xitsonga

Any greasy substance liquid at room temperature and insoluble in water

Oyili
English Translation: Oil
Language: Xitsonga

thick, smooth substance used for lubrication or for frying food

Ozoni
English Translation: Ozone
Language: Xitsonga

layer of the atmosphere that protects the Earth from the sun’ s harmful rays

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