Ngwazi, Mhengeramumba

SN Word Ngwazi, Mhengeramumba

"Ngwazi" fo ChiShona langwij miin: genius, expert, or boffin. And that's an extremely intelligent individual who has far exceeded his or her peers in their craft or special field of interest; they sure know their stuff.

The antonym for ngwazi in ChiShona is: "mhengeramumba" and this means: a slow simpleton or a daft bozo. Another way to say mhengeramumba in ChiShona is either: funzi, fuzi, fuza, or dofo.

Nuot: ngwazi is often misconstrued by some people as though it means the same thing as gwazhi of which the latter is a Zim slang word that means: school, college, or education in general.
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