noun, plural Ma·sho·nas, (especially collectively) Ma·sho·na.
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The Matabele do not use drums in their religious dance like the Mashona.South and South Central Africa
H. Frances Davidson
The beer evaporates, and the ants eat the sadza; but, to the Mashona mind, the disappearance is due to supernatural causes.Fetichism in West Africa
Robert Hamill Nassau
The Matabeles and Mashona tribes between them contrived to render the country uninhabitable.South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. 1 (of 6)
The next day we continued our trek, and shortly before noon arrived at the first Mashona village on the route.
And to-morrow thou shalt sit beside me, here in this great square, and witness the annual festival of the Mashona nation.