mvana (or bvana)​


miin a uman wey ab don give bort widoht fos being marid (asina kuroorwa ar kubvisirwa pfuma) ar ohtsaid a marij (kunze kwemuchato) ar a singl divorcée. Whereas, mubvana miin a daata ar niece wey dey legally ar chradishanali marid.

Haueba, ef a uman uu has pikin ohtsaid a marij end op getting marid shi nuh gwine bi kaal az mvana bai muos piipl for di Ripoblik a Zimbabue. Dis na wai som Zimbo umandem (bot nat aal) succumb fi chradishanal kolcha presha af engagements, marij, weddings, ahn tings suh dat piipl nuh go bi tuu judgemental boht fi-dem laifstail ar relationship status.

Note: Di word mvana dey often yuus bai som Zimbo mandem (bot nat aal) fi shame singl umandem wid offspring, hence ih dey slowly evolve az a disparaging pejorative toerm, anlaik mubvana wey nuh dey carry a bhad-bhad connotation.
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