Sepedi to Hawaiian Translation
Common Phrases From Sepedi to Hawaiian
|Ke a leboga||Mahalo|
|Ke maswabi||E kala mai|
|Le kae?||Pehea ʻoe?|
|Tshwarelo||E kala mai iaʻu|
|Ga ke tsebe||ʻaʻole maopopo iaʻu|
|ke a kwešiša||Maopopo iaʻu|
|Ke nagana bjalo||Pēlā koʻu manaʻo|
|Tla go bona ka moragonyana||A hui hou nō|
|O mpotša eng?||He aha lā?|
|Ka nnete||ʻae nō hoʻi|
|Ka yona nako yeo||I kēia manawa|
|A re yeng||E hele kāua|
Interesting information about Sepedi Language
Sepedi, also known as Northern Sotho or Sesotho sa Leboa, is a Bantu language spoken by approximately 4.7 million people in South Africa. It belongs to the Niger-Congo language family and falls under the Sotho-Tswana group of languages. Sepedi serves as one of the eleven official languages recognized in South Africa's constitution. The origins of Sepedi can be traced back to various dialects that emerged from Proto-Bantu over centuries before becoming standardized into its present form during colonial times. The language has been greatly influenced by other indigenous African languages such as Setswana and isiZulu. Sepedi employs an agglutinative grammar system with extensive use of prefixes for noun classes which determine concordance within sentences. Its phonetic structure consists mainly of clicks, ejectives, implosives along with consonants and vowels found in many other Bantu languages. Traditionally transmitted orally through generations, efforts have been made to develop written literature including books and newspapers using standard orthography since it was first introduced around 1948.
Know About Hawaiian Language
Hawaiian is a Polynesian language spoken by the indigenous people of Hawaii. It has around 24 letters in its alphabet and features simple phonetics, making it relatively easy to pronounce for English speakers. The Hawaiian language holds cultural significance as it was traditionally used in chants, songs, and storytelling. However, due to colonization and efforts to suppress native languages during the late 19th century onwards, Hawaiian experienced a decline in usage over time. In recent years though there has been an increased effort towards revitalizing the language with various initiatives promoting its learning and preservation. Today, there are estimated to be approximately 2,000 fluent speakers of Hawaiian along with many more learners who aim at keeping this unique linguistic heritage alive.
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