Thievery in Chichewa
Do you know Thievery in Chichewa? How to use Thievery in Chichewa and how to say Thievery in Chichewa? How to write Thievery in Chichewa? Now let's learn how to say Thievery in Chichewa language.
Thievery translate to Chichewa meanings: kuba.
In other words, kuba in Chichewa is Thievery in English.Click to pronunce
How to use Thievery in Chichewa?
Meaning of Thievery in Chichewa language is: kuba.
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Additional definition and meaning of Thievery in Chichewa language
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How to say Thievery in Chichewa?
kuba. This is your most common way to say Thievery in kuba language. Click audio icon to pronounce Thievery in Chichewa::
How to write Thievery in Chichewa?
The standard way to write "Thievery" in Chichewa is: kuba
Alphabet in Chichewa
About Chichewa language
See more about Chichewa language in here.
Chewa (also known as Nyanja, /ˈnjændʒə/) is a Bantu language spoken in much of Southern, Southeast and East Africa, namely the countries of Malawi and Zambia, where it is an official language, and Mozambique and Zimbabwe where it is a recognised minority language. The noun class prefix chi- is used for languages, so the language is usually called Chichewa and Chinyanja (spelled Cinianja in Mozambique). In Malawi, the name was officially changed from Chinyanja to Chichewa in 1968 at the insistence of President Hastings Kamuzu Banda (himself of the Chewa people), and this is still the name most commonly used in Malawi today. In Zambia, the language is generally known as Nyanja or Cinyanja/Chinyanja '(language) of the lake' (referring to Lake Malawi).
Chewa belongs to the same language group (Guthrie Zone N) as Tumbuka, Sena and Nsenga..
Writing system in Chichewa
Latin (Chewa alphabet), Mwangwego, Chewa Braille
Chichewa Speaking Countries and Territories
Chichewa Speaking Countries and Territories: Southeast Africa.
Chichewa native speakers
Chichewa native speakers: 12 million (2007).
Chichewa language code
Chichewa language code is: ny.
Conclusion on Thievery in Chichewa
Now that you have learned and understood the common ways of saying Thievery in Chichewa is "kuba", it's time to learn how to say Thievery in Chichewa. This will hopefully give you a little motivation to study Chichewa today.
kuba in Chichewa meanings Thievery in English.