- you; refers to the person or persons addressed but not to the speaker
from Nguni: you (plural)
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Examples from the Web for wena
Then all was blackest night again; and even Wena was swallowed up in it.
Wena knew a snake by this time, and could treat them aright.
Wena was a very nice creature, anxious to please, and elegant; but of a different order entirely from the high–minded Caldo.
Yes; but you bring your little Wena, and Ill take my Caldo, and work him as close as possible.
Then Wena capered about, and barked, and came and licked his shoe, and offered to carry the coat for him.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)
Richard Doddridge Blackmore