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  • isiXhosa is a regional language, with a third of its speakers living in the Eastern Cape
  • There are a fair number of isiXhosa speakers in the Free State (7.5%), Gauteng (6.6%), North West (5.5%) & the Nothern Cape (5.3%)
  • South Africa's second-largest language, isiXhosa is spoken by 16% of all South Africans

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English Translation: crowd 

Language: isiXhosa

 many people together at an event

English Translation: uncle

Language: isiXhosa

brother of your mother or father

English Translation: supervision

Language: isiXhosa

 process of overseeing someone or an activity

English Translation: thumb

Language: isiXhosa

first finger on the hand

English Translation: brother 

Language: isiXhosa

a male person born of the same mother as someone

English Translation: milk 

Language: isiXhosa

white liquid produced by female mammals for feeding offspring

English Translation: wool

Language: isiXhosa

dense oily hair from a sheep used for making clothing

English Translation: brain

Language: isiXhosa

Ubuchopho means “Brain” the organ inside the head that controls thought, memory, feelings and activity

English Translation: art 

Language: isiXhosa

creations such as paintings and sculptures

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