noun, plural Swa·zis, (especially collectively) Swa·zi for 1.
Examples from the Web for swazi
The Swazi display some taste in wood-carving, and others prepare a peculiar water-tight vessel of grass.
The Swazi king wears no crown, and I suppose the right but awkward phrase would be to speak of Sebuza's "induction as king."
Grouped in a tremendous semi-circle about them were thousands of the Swazi people.
Queen Tzaneen could not reign because she was not a native-born Swazi.
From her earliest girlhood the Swazi woman trains her hair to grow in a sort of cone or pyramid.