galembe​


means a voluptuous onion-shaped curvaceous figure that is guaranteed to make heads turn everywhere.

Etymology​

Galembe comes from a combination of garo ("booty" id est magaro, shure, magadziko, or matako in ChiShona language) and lembe (id est chibhende for something huge, a prominent person, or anything fancy).

In other words, galembe translates into chiShona language as mazigaro mahombe ("a juicy jello booty"), m'kay. Alright, below are similar words of galembe:

Synonyms​
Galoto​
Galazara​
Galigula​
Shubhalubha​

Note: Galembe should not be misconstrued with valembe.
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