Mambo, Ngosikadzi, Muranda

SN Word Mambo, Ngosikadzi, Muranda

"Ngosikadzi" fo ChiShona langwij simbli miin aida: queen, empress, goddess, fiimiel deity, ar har majesty; e goe dipend fo di contass, af kuos. Fo di oda han, "mambo" dey quite di apozit af ngosikadzi ahn das: king, emperor, miel deity, ar his majesty.

Az fah "muranda" das di singila faam fi kaal a sobjek, soervant ar pezant. Fo a rilijan contass, muranda miin a biliiva ar a falara a som fiet. Di oda simila miinin fah di wod ngosikadzi dey: mambokadzi, whilst fah di wod mambo das: ishe ar tenzi. Alduo ishe miin lord.

Ina pluural faam, yu seh am laik dis:
  • Mambo — Madzimambo
  • Ngosikadzi — Madzimambo
  • Ishe — Madzishe
  • Muranda — Varanda
Haueba, aafn a king ar queen can ab sebral lorddem fo im ar har empaya. Ahn ef das di kies dehn a niid tu mek a klier distinction arises suh dat a king im kyaan bi kaal az ishe, nuh muo. Bot a lord shud bi kaal az ishe whilst a king dey git kaal az mambo.

Agen fo a rilijan contass e.g. Kristianiti, di Lord Jeuova Gad dey nuon az Ishe arTenzi fo ChiShona. Bot wid a kyapital I ahn kyapital T az a wie tu distingguish im ahn yuumandem. Az fah Jiizas Krais das: Ishe Jesu raada dahn jus: Ishe, bikos e nuh go bi klier wetin smadi dey talmboht.
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