What is another word for nyamwezi?

Pronunciation: [nˈa͡ɪɐmwˌɛzi] (IPA)

Nyamwezi is a term used to describe an ethnic group located in central Tanzania. The term nyamwezi is derived from the Swahili word "Nyaamwezi," which means "people of the moon." However, there are different synonyms that are used to refer to this ethnic community, depending on the context. Some of the synonyms for nyamwezi include Wanyamwezi, which means "people of the moon," and Wanyamshendanu, which means "people who scatter like ants." Other synonyms used to describe this community include Wanyaturu and Wanyantuzu. Regardless of the synonym used, Nyamwezi people have a unique culture and heritage that has contributed to their rich history and diverse traditions.

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Related words: Nyamwezi language, Nyamwezi people, Nyamweziland, Nyamwezi language and culture, Nyamwezi food

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