madhunamutuna​


means either of the following:

1: an inharmonious situation wherein folks are having a hard time getting along with one another. Hence, in the absence of a resolution to all disputes, the scenario thereof will most likely spiral out of control whereupon some parties involved will find themselves in an ER.

2: familiar spirits or mamhepo (e.g., "demons")

Note: Although madhunamutuna can also mean ghosts, the word itself shouldn't be misconstrued with tribal or ancestral spirits i.e., vadzimu in chiShona.
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