Moist

Moist is a slangs used in most boarding schools. Which means something that is not sweet.


1. This boy too moist abeg
2. O boi wetin you talk moist
3. Moist boy

Moist

Moist is a slangs used in most boarding schools. Which means something that is not sweet.


1. This boy too moist abeg
2. Wetin you talk moist
3. O boi moist

Maleven

Maleven was a South African criminal who used to hijack cars and do house breakings around Benoni. He rose into fame after his interview with BBC. He is rumoured to have passed away.


Maleven: I will show you with your last born if you don't want to give me money.

Masimba

In Shona it means powers


Hurumende ine masimba ekuchinja mutemo

Muli bwanji?

How are you?


Muli bwanji kumeneko,How are you there?

Mpesu

Mpesu is a substance made from the bark of the Securidaca longipedunculata tree, which aids men in terms of obtaining an erection and other sexual problems such as weak eraction, early ejaculation, low sex drive. Mpesa can be Mpesu


/ɪmˈpɛsu/
My friend uses mpesu

Mandla Ncikazi

Mandla Ncikazi (born 16 February 1969) is a Plumber And South African professional soccer former player who is part of the technical staff at South African Premier Division club Orlando Pirates.


When someone arms are Crossed , with shoulders pulled together and hands that rub over the arms or sides (a self-soothing motion). Slower movements than usual. Half-formed movements, as if the character doesn't have the energy for more. You can then refer that person as Mandla Ncikazi

Maskandi

Maskandi is a kind of Zulu folk music / genre that is dominant amongst the Zulu population of South Africa.


I enjoy listening to Maskandi
My favourite Maskandi artist is Mgqumeni

Mahlalela

Umahlalela is a Xhosa term for an unemployed person.


uRamaphosa uyamthanda umahlalela, uvele amnike iR350.
Ramaphosa loves the unemployed, he just gives them R350.

Mpama

Impama is a Nguni term for slap.


Ndizakufaka impama
I will slap you



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