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Bantulanguage spoken in Tanzania. Also called Chimwera, Cimwera, or Mwela
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Bantulanguage spoken in Tanzania. Also called Chimwera, Kinyasa, Nyanza, Nyasa
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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.
Zaina owns a small hotel in the Mwera neighborhood of Zanzibar.
• Appropriate names for laptops include Juvela (Esperanto, feminine), which translates to "jewel-like," and Chiumbo (East African, masculine), which means "small" in Mwera.
Note 78: Lyndon Harries, A Grammar of Mwera (Johannesburg: Witwatersrand Press, 1950).
“I’ll have Chief Mwera program sky dreams for you.”
Technically, she was a ’superior officer’, but Mwera, born a True Male, had, at the age of fifty three, become a Space Force Mandriod.