from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- proper noun a language
Bantulanguage of Tanzania. Also known as Kimatuumbi.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
For instance, a word finga, a uniquely proto-Ruvu term for "egg," is attested in Matumbi, Ndengeleko, and Ruihi.
Among the speech communities outside of Northeast-Coastal who are familiar with these pots are the Kisi, Hehe, and Sonjo of the Njombe subgroup and Matumbi, Mwera, Yao, and Ruihi of Rufiji-Ruvuma, the two most southerly Kaskazi language branches.
The name changed in 1971 to Matumbi, a reggae band signed to Trojan Records, which Straker left in 1974.
Matumbi - "Law of the Land" (Trojan Records Soulful Reggae) 10.