- "Senga" is a girls' name common in West Central Scotland, which is believed to derive from "Agnes", but this is by no means certain. (Wiktionary)
“The country north of the mountains here in sight from the Zambesi is called Senga, and its inhabitants Asenga, or Basenga, but all appear to be of the same family as the rest of the Manganja and Maravi.”
“The region to the north of the ranges of hills on our left is called Senga, from being the country of the Basenga, who are said to be great workers in iron, and to possess abundance of fine iron ore, which, when broken, shows veins of the pure metal in its substance.”
“The country north of the mountains, here in sight from the Zambesi, is called Senga, and its inhabitants Asenga or Basenga; but all appear to be of the same family as the rest of the Manganja and Maravi.”
“Zambesi is called Senga, and its inhabitants Asenga, or Basenga, but all appear to be of the same family as the rest of the Manganja and Maravi.”
“For Senga Nengudi -- you didn't mention her, but she's also one of the people in that post-minimalist room -- she used pantyhose to talk about women's bodies.”
“Being able to gaze upon the most gorgeous object that Judy Chicago, one of the founders of the Women's Building, ever produced—a painted Corvair car hood at the Getty show—and to look at one of Senga Nengudi's lovely and prescient stretched-nylon sculptures at the Hammer Museum—these are the kinds of experiences that made my sojourn rewarding.”
“So on Friday the 26th we left Lilongwe and headed to Senga Bay.”
“Senga was packing her belongings while others around her were braiding each other's hair.”
“This Literary Language and Scottish Identity conference page has a brief quote from the Fitt novel, a section where the hero, Paolo, is visiting his Senga-infected partner in a sterile isolation facility:”
“Senga, though, was her mother's daughter-meaning that she possessed similarly strong opinions and a similar lack of inhibition in expressing them.”
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