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  • Xitsonga is similar to Xishangana, the language of the Shangaan people, with some Nguni influences
  • The Tsonga people came to South Africa long after most other African people, settling in the Limpopo River valley
  • Xitsonga, is spoken by 4.5% of the national population, or around 2.3- million people
  • Xitsonga is found in eastern Limpopo and Mumalanga, areas near the border of the country of Mozambique

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English Translation: rob 

Language: Xitsonga

steal

English Translation: jacket

Language: Xitsonga

a piece of clothing that is worn on your upper body over another piece of clothing (such as a shirt) : a usually short and light coat

English Translation: bucket

Language: Xitsonga

container with handle for carrying e.g. water

English Translation: bucket

Language: Xitsonga

an open container with a handle that is used especially to hold and carry water and other liquids

English Translation: baked 

Language: Xitsonga

cooked in the oven

English Translation: escape 

Language: Xitsonga

to get away

English Translation: escape

Language: Xitsonga

to break free from confinement or control.

English Translation: fire 

Language: Xitsonga

to shoot a weapon

English Translation: banana 

Language: Xitsonga

long, curved tropical fruit with yellow peel

English Translation: belt 

Language: Xitsonga

 strip of material with buckle; to hold one’s pants up

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