nyorovhita​


means coitus—kudhunduza, kubhakana, kubondana, or kubhaudha in chiShona language—without the use of a contraceptive, particularly a male condom (kondaza or kondomu).

Etymology​


Nyorovhita is a Shonglish blended word of nyoro ("raw", "fresh", or "wet") and Nestlé CEREVITA (a wheat-based cereal that is extremely popular in the Republic of Zimbabwe) which tastes so good (i.e., kuzipa) like umm ——, anyway, never mind — scratch that, forget what I said, LOL.

Nevertheless, y'all, below are synonyms for nyorovhita, m'kay:

Synonyms​
Mupostori​
Mupostanga​
Mupostan'a​
Musvovhita (i.e., musvo + Nestlé CEREVITA)​
Muporovhita (i.e., mupostori + Nestlé CEREVITA)​
Muporofita​
Yeke-yeke​
Yekelac (i.e., yeke + Nestlé CERELAC)​
Mulundukwalac (i.e., mulundukwa + Nestlé CERELAC)​
Yekedero-pfee​
Yekedinho​
Yekedhinyo​
Yekedhula​
Yekeldo​
Nyombi​
Nyolazi​
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