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

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English Translation: gallery 

Language: Xitsonga

place where art is displayed

English Translation: garlic 

Language: Xitsonga

an onion-like plant to flavour food

English Translation: eagle

Language: Xitsonga

a large, strong bird with a curved beak that eats meat and can see very well

English Translation: eagle

Language: Xitsonga

large bird of prey

English Translation: tortoise

Language: Xitsonga

a slow-moving animal with a shell into which it can pull its head and legs for protection.

English Translation: tortoise

Language: Xitsonga

slow-moving reptile with a hard shell

English Translation: snow

Language: Xitsonga

atmospheric water vapour frozen into ice crystals and falling in light white flakes or lying on the ground as a white layer

English Translation: snow

Language: Xitsonga

powdery ice falling from the sky

English Translation: wave

Language: Xitsonga

a raised line of water that moves across the surface of an area of water, especially the sea

English Translation: wave

Language: Xitsonga

rolling ridge of seawater formed near the shore

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