kedha​


this is a shortened social construct of saying mukaradhi or mukedha which means you are either biracial, multiracial, or a mixed person.

However, in the Republic of Zimbabwe, being biracial doesn't mean you are black because there isn't the one-drop rule you'd find in countries such as the United States of America. Thusly, you are considered to be colored (or biracial) in Zimbabwe, m'kay.

Note: The plural of kedha is makedha.

Example usage:
"Ndakazombo vhevha kamwe kabhebhi kamukedha, heavy simbi."
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