Swazi

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Swazi (plural Swazis or Swazi)

  1. A person from Swaziland or of Swati descent originally migrating from Central Africa.
  2. A Pashtun tribe (clan of Eousafzai or Yousafzai) of northern Pakistan, originally migrating from the Sarawat Mountains, now residing around the Swat Valley.
    • 1911, 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Hazara
      The chief frontier tribes on the border are the cis-Indus Swatis, Hassanzais, Akazais, Chagarzais, Pariari Syads, Madda Khels, Amazais and Umarzais.

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Swazi

  1. a Bantu language primarily spoken in Swaziland

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Swazi (plural Swazis)

  1. A person of the Swazi tribe.
    • 1911, 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Mohmand
      The fortified posts at Chakdara and Malakand, in the Swat valley, [...] were for several days fiercely assailed by the usually peaceful Swatis under the leadership of the Mad Mullah.

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Swazi (not comparable)

  1. Of, from, or pertaining to Swaziland, the Swati people or the Swati language.
  2. Of, from, or pertaining to the Swati tribe.

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From Swaziland

Noun[edit]

Swazi m (plural Swazis, feminine Swazie)

  1. Swati, Swazi (person)