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What is brother in Tshivenda or Venda?

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What is brother in Tshivenda or Venda?. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: What is brother in Tshivenda or Venda?

What is a brother called in Tshivenda or Venda? Well there are many ways to say it like: mukomana (older brother), murathu (younger brother), khaladzi (male brother referred to by his sister).

What is brother in Tshivenda or Venda? in a sentence

Murathu wanga, ni do mala lini?

Meaning:

In English: Murathu wanga, ni do mala lini?, means “my brother, when are you going to get married”?

 

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Learn Easter Greetings in Tshivenda Language

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How to say Easter Greeting in Tshivenda Language?. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: Easter Greeting in Tshivenda Language?

If you want to say “Happy Easter” to someone in Tshivenda, you would sa: “Duvha la paseka lavhudi”. Easter is called “Paseka” in Tshivenda Language.

Easter Greeting in Tshivenda Language? in a sentence

Duvha la paseka lavhudi kha vhathu vhothe.

Meaning:

In English: Duvha la paseka lavhudi kha vhathu vhothe in English means “Good Easter to all the people.”

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How to say how old are you in Tshivenda?

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How to say how old are you in Tshivenda?. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: How to say how old are you in Tshivenda?

To say how old are you in Tshivenda, you would say: “ni na minwaha mingana? Nwaha in Tshivenda means a year. Minwaha means “years”.

How to say how old are you in Tshivenda? in a sentence

Inwi ni na minwaha minga na nanwaha?

Meaning:

In English: Inwi ni na minwaha minga na nanwaha? in English means “How old a re you this year”.

 

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How to say Do you speak English, in Tshivenda?

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How to say Do you speak English, in Tshivenda?. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: How to say Do you speak English, in Tshivenda?

If you would like to ask someone if they speak Tshivenda, you would say “ni a kona naa u amba tshivenda”? Or, ni a divha u amba Tshivenda?”

How to say Do you speak English, in Tshivenda? in a sentence

Zwino ni tshi kho u malwa nga muvenda, ni a divha u amba tshiveda naa?

Meaning:

In English: Zwino ni tshi kho u malwa nga muvenda, ni a divha u amba tshiveda naa? in English means “now that you are being married to a Tshivenda or Venda person, do you know how to speak Tshivenda language?

 

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