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XITSWA ( TSWA, Shitswa, Kitswa, Sheetswa )

Spoken by 696,000 people in Inhambane Province, southern Mozambique. Also spoken in Zimbabwe and South Africa.
Linguistic Lineage for Tswa
Mozambique - Zimbabwe - South Africa


9. Hikwalaho khongelani kota leži:

Dadani wa hina wa le tilweni,
A bito ga wena a gi hlawuliwe.
10. A wute mufumo wa wena.
Kuranza ka wena a ku mahiwe,
misabeni kota leži ku mahiwako le tilweni.
11. Hi nyike nyamukla a kuga ka hina
ka siku ginwani ni ginwani.
12. Hi tsetselele a milanzu ya hina,
kwatsi hileži hi ba tsetselelako laba
ba nga ni milanzu ka hina.
13. U nga hi yisi kuringweni,
kanileži hi klaklise ka loyi wa kubiha.

Note:
- The letter “ž“ is marked with a circumflex instead.
- The third letter “n” in “ginwani” is marked with a dot above.
- The third letter “b” in “kubiha” is marked with a macron below.

Source: “A Testamenta Gisa Ga Hosi Ya Hina Jesu Kristu.
Gi Klamuselweko hi Xitswa.”
Novo Testamento na Lingua Tswa do Districo de Inhambane.
New Testament in the Tswa Language spoken in Inhambane Province (1928).
Contributed by Wolfgang Kuhl – E-mail WKuhl44238@aol.com

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