from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of a people of northeast South Africa constituting the principal inhabitants of the former homeland of Venda.
- n. The Bantu language of the Venda.
- A former internally self-governing Black African homeland in northeast South Africa near the Zimbabwe border. It was granted limited self-government in 1962, nominal independence in 1979, and was dissolved and reintegrated into South Africa by the 1993 interim constitution.
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- proper n. formerly a self-governing Black African homeland in South Africa.
- proper n. the people of this area.
- proper n. the language of these people.
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