How to say “you are lying” in Tshivenda or Venda or Tshivenda Language. Well, let’s find out.

Did you know: Venda or Tshivenda is one of many Bantu languages and an official language of South Africa. It is widely spoken by the Venda people in the northern part of South Africa’s Limpopo province, as well as by some Lemba people in Zimbabwe.

Guide: How to say “you are lying” in Tshivenda or Venda or Tshivenda Language

To say “you are lying” in Tshivenda or Venda or Tshivenda Language, you say: Ni kho u zwifha, ni ya zwifha, ni na mazwifhi. Zwifha means lying. Mazwifhi means lies. U zwifha means to lie. U zwifhelwa means, to be lied to. Uzhifhesa means to lie so much. Uzwifhelwa, means to be lied to.

How to say “you are lying” in Tshivenda or Venda or Tshivenda Language in a sentence

A ne a zwifha, u do lala nnda

Meaning:

In English: “A ne a zwifha, u do lala nnda” means the one who lies will simply sleep outside. Yep!

 

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