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Did you know

  • The Venda people first settled in the Soutpansberg Mountains region
  • Tshivenda is concentrated in the province of Limpopo, where almost 74% of Tshivenda speakers live
  • Tshivenda is the tongue the Venda people, who are culturally closer to the Shona people of Zimbabwe
  • Tshivenda is another of South Africa's minority languages, it is spoken by 2.4% of South Africans

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English Translation: treat with medicine

Language: Tshivenda

give medical care or attention to; try to heal or cure.

English Translation: brood

Language: Tshivenda

to think for a long time about things that make you sad, worried or angry

English Translation: alarm 

Language: Tshivenda

a warning about danger by means of a loud noise or flashing light

English Translation: roar

Language: Tshivenda

to make a long, loud, deep sound

English Translation: sail

Language: Tshivenda

Travel on water as a means of transport or on a tour

English Translation: alcohol

Language: Tshivenda

a colourless liquid which can make you drunk, and which is also used as a solvent

English Translation: altar

Language: Tshivenda

a type of table used in ceremonies in a Christian church or in other religious buildings

English Translation: it's

Language: Tshivenda

it is

English Translation: bring up

Language: Tshivenda

bring up; “raise a family”; “bring up children”; to bring (a person) to maturity through nurturing care and education

English Translation: grow up

Language: Tshivenda

to grow toward or arrive at full stature or physical or mental maturity

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