hakuna matata

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Swahili hakuna ‎(there aren't) + matata ‎(problems). The phrase was popularized in English by the Disney film The Lion King.

Phrase[edit]

hakuna matata

  1. No worries, take it easy.

Swahili[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From hakuna ‎(there aren't) + matata ‎(problems).

Phrase[edit]

hakuna matata

  1. No worries, take it easy.

Usage notes[edit]

This Swahili phrase was popularized in the West by the Disney production The Lion King. It is not usually used in conversation.