This word can be used in any context. You can use it to greet, to say goodbye, to indicate you are happy. Etc.
Guy 1: Aweh bro, howzit?
Guy 2: Chilled bro, how about you?
Guy 2: Aweh!
Xhosa people use to refer to those small cellphones with no internet. Those phones you just use for calls and sms. They call it lepopotane in SePitori.
mntase I saw his tilili hidden in the spare wheel of his car. Caba he didn't want me to see that he uses it for his hoes.
Xhosa, umgqakhwe is a derogatory term used to refer to someone born out of wedlock.
"Makungangeni mgqakhwe ebandleni likaYehova; nesizukulwana sawo seshumi masingangeni ebandleni likaYehova." - deuteronomy 23
"No one born of a forbidden marriage nor any of his descendants may enter the assembly of the LORD, even down to the tenth generation."
Hierso is a South African slang term that means "Here", "Right here". It is taken from the
"I'll be hierso goseng, wa nkolota" - Khuli Chana in No More Hunger
08 September 2021
Is a Volkswagen Golf car. It was named this because of the explosive noise it makes (vrrrrrr phaaaa).
He came in with a vrr phaa and all the girls went crazy.
A new drug in
Pitori that is 10 times stronger and addictive than nyaope.
Kreng kreng is finishing the youth of Pretoria
To hit someone to a pulp.
Don't try me, I will bliksem you.
That South African language with all the clicks. The people who speak this language think they breathe
Thabo: I only date Xhosa chicks even though I know they will suck me dry.
Isishumane or sishimane is a South African term used to refer to a single person who is not single by choice. It is mostly used in a mocking manner.
Aisuka, that one sisishumane esikhulu.
Khemi is a general slang term for muthi or traditional medicine.
He gets his girls using his khemi.
Random words for you this Thursday!
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