Chatseks digi com
^ ^ Ph A Tl NA GU GARA A MU NA GU GARA A BA NA GU GARA 1 1 OQ A NDI NA GU GARA A U NA GU GARA A U NA GU GARA r H (MCO S a si hlalana a 11 hlalana a ba hlalana and so on for all classes.
Boundary, see "Border." Bow, (for shooting), Um-cibitjelo.
ya temba giiye= I have faith in him U NO GADZA MOYO I.
see al Jto '*Coo\;''' Drive away flies." Res A MEPO.
In- kosi ya mn dhla = the kin«; confis- cated all his goods.
Draught, n., see "Wind." Draw, I'., see " Drag." Draw water.
Ze, particle affixed to verb, as u ham- baze = he goes naked = he is naked.
Shadza ra KA IPA, MOYO WAN- GU U NO MIRA = the porridge is bad, I am nauseated.
jayela ugu bema = they habitually Ba korobera gu smoke = sitta (fodya).
half fill wi th Tela amanzi u enze 1 Di RA MVUKA U ITE water.
„ fault, v., see ' 'Fault." Fine, be (not coarse^ \v.
The Locative, the case denoting '• place where," and represented in English by the prepositions to, at, from, by, in, etc., is formed in Tebele by changing the initial vowel to e or o, and the final vowel if a to eni. or weni, u to wini, with the necessary euphonic chanj^es in the heart of the word : e.g. Iti some proper names the initial vowel only is changed, and somotinios the Locative case is replaced by the use of pre- positions. Endnba =to (etc.) Induba Gu Bulawayo = to (etc.) Bulawayo.
— nmfo ka Lobeng:ula=umfana ka Lobengula= child (son or daughter) of Loben^ula.
^■^:.v' • DICTIONARY OF THE TEBELE & SHUNA LANGUAGES WITH ILLUSTRATIVE SENTENCES AND SOME GRAMi MATICAL NOTES COMPILED AND PREPARED BY W. ELLIOTT Xon^on /Riasionarg Society Printed for the Author by IJUTLER & TANNER FROME AND LONDON Butler & Tanner, The Selwood Printing Works, Frome, and London.