pronoun Southern African
Word Origin for wena
Examples from the Web for wena
Wena found several rabbits, all of a sandy colour, and she did enjoy most wonderfully her little chivies after them.
That Wena was such a ladylike dog; she washed herself before drinking, and she never would wash in salt water.
Then Wena capered about, and barked, and came and licked his shoe, and offered to carry the coat for him.Cradock Nowell, Vol. 2 (of 3)|Richard Doddridge Blackmore
But Wena broke fence and everything, set off full gallop again to Amy, tugged at her dress, and retrieved her.
Wena sat up on guard and snapped at the nasty poisonous flies, which came to annoy her master.