from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A Sotho language spoken in Lesotho, where it is the national language, and in South Africa, where it is an official language.
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- proper n. A Bantu language spoken mainly in Lesotho and in the Free State and Gauteng provinces of South Africa.
- proper n. An African ethnic group, which speaks this language, properly called the Basotho.
- proper n. An individual member of this group, properly referred to as a Mosotho.
- adj. In or pertaining to the Sesotho language.
- adj. Pertaining to the Basotho people or culture, or language.
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- n. the dialect of Sotho spoken by the Basotho; an official language of Lesotho
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Commentary will be in English, Sesotho, Afrikaans and Zulu.
The Freedom Charter was read in English, Sesotho, and Xhosa.
Bloemfontein, South Africa's judicial capital, is known as Mangaung in Sesotho, meaning
The show now features a youth slot, which hopes to encourage youngsters to save the planet as well as inserts in vernacular languages such as Sesotho, Sepedi and isiZulu.
The inland Bantu languages, such as Sesotho, do not have clicks.
Each teacher walked away with several books written in both English and Sesotho, …
The first two lines are sung in Xhosa, the next two in Zulu, the next four in Sesotho, the next four in Afrikaans and the final four in English:
With stanzas in five of South Africa's 11 official languages (Xhosa, Zulu, Sesotho, Afrikaans and English), it remains a challenge for many to sing.
She proudly explains that she speaks Sesotho, the African language of Free State, although acknowledges that few whites do, or understand the cultural differences that sometimes exacerbate racial tension.
They named it Australopithecus sediba, after the word for "well-spring" in the local Sesotho language.