Chichewa


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Synonyms for Chichewa

a member of the Bantu-speaking people of Malawi and eastern Zambia and northern Zimbabwe

the Bantu language of the Chewa of east central Africa

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26) The Chichewa adverb wokhulupirika (faithfully) is related to the noun chikhulipiriro, which is variously translated as 'faith', 'belief and 'trust'.
All interviews were conducted in Chichewa using a standardized survey instrument.
I've visited 33 countries, speak fluent Pashto and Spanish with a smattering of Chichewa and other languages.
The curriculum in all primary and secondary schools comprises English, Chichewa (the local language), maths, science, agriculture, life skills and expressive arts, so those would be the basis of my colour coded classification scheme.
With this latest release, ConveyThis and TranslateThis both now offer a total of 90 different languages, with Myanmar (Burmese), Sinhala, Kazakh, Chichewa and Uzbek included among this most recent update.
The Chichewa people of Malawi refer to a person as Munthu and people as Watu.
Dictionary / Mtanthauziramawu: Chichewa / Chinyanja-English, English-Chichewa/Chinyanja.
g Chichewa, Zulu, and Sesotho, OM co-occurs only with dislocated object NPs.
We even rescue words that defy translation from languages expected to become extinct in the next hundred years--words so fabulously well thought out, so deep, that they take a dozen words to explain in English: Saudades in Portuguese, Ubuntu in Chichewa.
I assured him that it didn't matter if the stories were in Chichewa or English.
They were undertaken in different local languages with the help of a male translator (Amharic and Oromo in Ethiopia; Chichewa in Malawi).
8 Malawi 45,745 14 Lilongwe English, Chichewa, others 15,900,000 2.
THE word for pregnancy in the indigenous Malawian language of Chichewa is pakati, which translates literally as "the place between life and death".