"Hanty" in Zim slang means either between: isn't it, aren't you or weren’t you. It just depends on the context.

However, in most cases, this word is always inserted right at the beginning of a sentence or conversation as a means to firmly confirm with what somebody said earlier on about a person or something.

Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Hanty wakati uchandipa mari yangu nhasi"
  • Person 2 -- "Vakuru nyaya iripo ndeyekuti zvinhu zvichiri zvakapresser."
  • Person 1 -- "Saka todii manje?
  • Person 2 -- "Ngatichingoti pamonth-end"
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