[ uh m-boo n-doo ]
/ əmˈbʊn du /
noun, plural Mbun·dus, (especially collectively) Mbun·du for 1.
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Example sentences from the Web for mbundu
In her case as a means of finding whether or not she was guilty, there had been no ordeal test of drinking the mbundu poison.Fetichism in West Africa|Robert Hamill Nassau
On the north, the river Loje to some extent serves as a frontier between the Kongo and Mbundu tongues.