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  • Sepedi and Setswana are largely mutually intelligible, but have generally been considered separate languages.
  • Sepedi is just one of some 30 dialects of the Northern Sotho language
  • Sesotho sa Leboa, or Northern Sotho, is referred to as Sepedi in the Constitution
  • Sepedi is the language of Limpopo, where it is spoken by more than half of the provincial population
  • 61% of all people who speak Sesotho sa Leboa live in Limpopo
  • Sepedi is the fourth most common language in South Africa, spoken as a home language by 9.1% of the population

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English Translation: acceptable

Language: Sepedi

act of accepting or receiving; approval; state of accepting or believing in something

English Translation: welcome

Language: Sepedi

warm, friendly reception; what you say to your guests as a greeting

English Translation: analogue (of a watch or clock)

Language: Sepedi

watch or clock on which the time is shown by hands

English Translation: antibiotic 

Language: Sepedi

medicine used to fight bacterial infection

English Translation: outbox 

Language: Sepedi

internet facility where outgoing mail is kept until it is sent

English Translation: no 

Language: Sepedi

said when not agreeing; indicating absence or the negative

English Translation: cook 

Language: Sepedi

 to prepare food

English Translation: cook

Language: Sepedi

to prepare (food) by the action of heat, as by boiling, baking, etc, or (of food) to become ready for eating through such a process

English Translation: aphid 

Language: Sepedi

small insect that sucks juice from plants

English Translation: apple

Language: Sepedi

a round fruit with red, yellow, or green skin and firm white flesh

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