noun, plural Ma·sho·nas, (especially collectively) Ma·sho·na.
Examples from the Web for mashona
On July 9, 1893, and the following days came the climax, for then the impi began to slaughter every Mashona whom they could find.The Red True Story Book|Various
Then—he saw the skull of an old Mashona blown off at the top, the hands still moving.Trooper Peter Halket of Mashonaland|Olive Schreiner
The Matabele do not use drums in their religious dance like the Mashona.South and South Central Africa|H. Frances Davidson
In 1890 the Mashona came under British protection (see Rhodesia).
The next day we continued our trek, and shortly before noon arrived at the first Mashona village on the route.Through Veld and Forest|Harry Collingwood