means "Zimbabwe" or "Zimbabwean"; however, the latter is normally used in instances such as these e.g., Zim men/women, Zim celebs, Zim socialites, Zim people, etc. I think y'all get the idea.
Another similar term although rarely used is Zimu.
HARARE, Zimbabwe — Mayor Jacob Mafume is putting his foot down and ordering the local law enforcement body i.e., Zimbabwe Republic Police to cease and desist their harassment of business owners. In a viral video, ZRP police officers were seen confronting a businesswoman, demanding to see her...
Excuse me, oans, and deijs, I say, howdy y'all, pardon my intrusion. I'm a bit curious, you see, and I am doing a little bit of research about the art of one being a runner in Zimbabwe, particularly those that wish to become a henchman in business deals for the top brass, the captains of the...
Shadaya, the infamous manosphere anti-simping "alpha male" who claims to have cracked the code to understanding how women operate, was spotted strolling through the streets of Harare with his girlfriend. Hmm, has the self-proclaimed ladies' man finally found true love or it's smash and dash?
means either "we're now okay with that" or "we've had enough of that".
Taabho (or tavebho) is often used when expressing exhaustion, particularly with something being done repeatedly, and as a means to show protest Zimbos will say the aforementioned for...
Dyonne Tanaka has made a bold statement with her latest adornment, a tattoo situated just below her left shoulder. This addition to her appearance is sure to inspire and ignite the passion for body art in some Zimbos, maybe.
A picture worth a million words and with a million grudges forgotten here is none other than yours truly Shadaya Knight standing next to Kikky Badass' "friend" Crooger (Nyasha Gurure) who also does Zim hip-hop music and stuff.
means ngozi i.e., particularly an avenging spirit of a deceased biological parent to their child (or children) because their offspring did something terribly wrong against them. For example, murder, physical and verbal assault, etc.
That said, there are some people who think this type of ngozi...
1: which one? (i.e., a phrase you use when you are asking someone for the identification or selection of a specific item from a group or a list of things that has one more or options)
2: what's up? (or "how are you doing?")
Sentence examples for 1
Sentence examples for 2
1: to be buck naked
2: a video that shows people engaging in erotic stuff (kumbulabulushula)
Example sentence for 1
Examples sentence for 2
*Muriwo, *nyama, pono, *mabhakings, *musvombolimbo, *sombonyo
Buck naked person
1: to immerse, dip, or submerge something in a liquid.
2: country (or nation)
3: the whole world (or the entire earth)
Note: Nyika also means state i.e., a sovereign state but not a federated state like for example California, The State of New York, Lagos, or the Free State of Bavaria. So...
means: "to a great extent", "very much", or "to an extent that... [blah-blah]". Therefore, for the latter meaning, you'd use the word to emphasize that things happened beyond what you were expecting.
Another dialect word that carries the same meaning is zvekuti and that's what you will often...
means two days ago or the day before yesterday. For example, if today is Friday you'd be talking about Wednesday. And a synonym of zwana is marimwezuro. However, you are less likely to hear zwana in many conversations or come across it on social media because many Zimbos nowadays don't speak...
means address e.g., a place where someone or something can be found or contacted, typically consisting of a house number, street name, and sometimes a postcode. This can also mean a website address too.
1: an apple i.e., a green or a red firm fruit whose shape is like a tennis ball but with a crispy edible exocarp (or skin). It's also used to make a wide range of ciders or good ole pruno in the penitentiary.
2: Apple Inc. i.e., a U.S. of Ayy technology company that is more into hardware...