In Zim slang, "kumhanya" means dating or to be in love with someone.

But this word should not be used when talking about married people. It mainly applies to couples who aren't married.

Note: in the Shona language the proper/formal meaning of kumhanya means to 'run.'

Example Usage:
  • Person 1 -- "Ho nhai, saka Munashe naTariro varikumhanya vese here?"
  • Person 2 -- "Iwe ndiwe munhu akasara manje, vatove nemwedzi mitatu vachidanana."
  • Person 1 -- "Ndangandisati ndaribata dotcom iro. Inga pakaipur, paita zverudo."
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