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Pondo

/ (ˈpɒndəʊ) /
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noun
plural -do or -dos a member of a Negroid people of southern Africa, living chiefly in Pondoland
the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu grouping of the Niger-Congo family, and closely related to Xhosa
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How to use Pondo in a sentence

  • Only her respect for domestic discipline, she said, prevented her retaliating with "Old Pondo" on the housemaid's cupboard.

    Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
  • Reached a small spring of water called Pondo Kubang, the only one to be met with till the hill is descended.

    The History of Sumatra|William Marsden
  • The Pondo have shown some appreciation of the benefits of education.

  • I'd like to put an old label on to him round the middle like his bottles are, with Ol Pondo on it.

    Tono Bungay|H. G. Wells
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