Sophia Naturally: My Life in Atlanta Featuring Sisterlocks
Ua= flower in SwahiliMaua = flowersI take exception to people trying to make their crappy names sound more meaningful "in Swahili". It happens all the time. People come up to me - "my name it cherysaaah - it means princess in Swahili"...mmm hmm whatever(Ku)hara=to diarrhoea, to purge, to evacuate in swahiliZahara ain't a swahili word.Sorry. Just trying to keep my wonderful language alive. And untainted with nonsense. Check out the Kamusi project www.kamusiproject.org if you need a Swahili dictionary.Otherwise I love, love, love your blog.
LOL! I wasn't sure, Swahili ain't one of my languages. but another "reputable" sight reported it. My name means wisdom. That's all I know. I appreciate your feedback. Are you from Africa? Speak Swahili?
Aww, thanks for not being (too)offended and responding to my response. Yes, from Africa, and I speak Swahili.I hope you're loving Florida.
I have not moved to Florida yet. i am in cold Atlanta cleaning and painting.
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Can you tell me what is pansy in Swahili? It is my favourite flower and Swahili is my favourite language.I need to know this. I can't find it in no dictionary.
I am not sure if it even translates or is different. Sorry, Swahili is not a language I speak.
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