[ swah-zee ]
/ ˈswɑ zi /
noun, plural Swa·zis, (especially collectively) Swa·zi for 1.
a member of a Nguni people of Swaziland and the Republic of South Africa.
the Bantu language of the Swazi.
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How to use Swazi in a sentence
These were not your servants, only some miserable Swazi dogs, who had run away from you, as you yourselves just now told us.
“I think we have talked enough concerning a few Swazi dogs,” said Ingonyama, taking snuff.
Originally a Swazi, he had fled from his native land, and settled in Zululand, together with his uncle Umbeliani and his people.
I was born only a few days trek, or march, from the Swazi border and even as a youth made numerous trips into Swaziland.
British Dictionary definitions for Swazi
plural -zis or -zi a member of a racially mixed people of southern Africa living chiefly in Swaziland, who first formed into a strong political group in the late 19th century
the language of this people: an official language of Swaziland along with English. It belongs to the Niger-Congo family and is closely related to Xhosa and Zulu
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