hukeyi means the United Kingdom (or England), but most of the time this excludes Belfast, Scotland, and Wales although sometimes people may use this word interchangeably. In addition, if this word is used in the context of, say, for example, vanhu vekuHukeyi, it primarily refers to Zim folks in the diaspora instead of the locally born citizens.


Example usage​

Person X: "Vanhu vekuHukeyi havaneti nekubura madrama here?
Person Y: "Dai wati vamwe vanhu not vese, kune vakatsiga vasina noise."
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