Tsonga to Sindhi Translation


Common Phrases From Tsonga to Sindhi

Inkomuتنهنجي مهرباني
Kombelaمهرباني ڪري
ku tisolaافسوس
Sala kahleخدا حافظ
Ku njhani?تون ڪيئن آهين؟
Ndzi khomeliمعاف ڪجو
A ndzi tiviمون کي ناهي خبر
ndza twisisaمان سمجهان ٿو
Ndzi ehleketa tanoمان ايئن ٿو سمجهان
Kumbexanaٿي سگهي ٿو
Ndzi ta ku vona hi ku famba ka nkarhiبعد ۾ ملون ٿا
Tihlayisiخيال رکجو
Ku humelela yini?ڇا حال آهي؟
U nga vileliدل ۾ نه ڪجو
Hi ku hatlisaفوري طور
A hi fambeniاچو ته هلون

Interesting information about Tsonga Language

Tsonga, also known as Xitsonga, is a Bantu language spoken by approximately 4.5 million people in Southern Africa. It belongs to the Tsonga-Tswa branch of the Niger-Congo language family and has several dialects including Shangaan and Ronga. The majority of Tsonga speakers reside in Mozambique, South Africa (especially Limpopo Province), Swaziland, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. The writing system for Tsonga uses Latin characters with diacritics to represent specific sounds not found in English or other languages using the Roman alphabet. Historically an oral tradition-based language without written literature until recent years when efforts have been made towards standardization. It shares some vocabulary similarities with neighboring languages such as Zulu but maintains its unique grammatical structure characterized by noun classes that affect verb agreement patterns.

Know About Sindhi Language

Sindhi is an Indo-Aryan language primarily spoken in the Sindh region of Pakistan and parts of India. It belongs to the Indo-Iranian branch of languages, with historical influences from Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, and Dravidian languages. Sindhi has its own unique script known as "Arabic-Sindhi" or "Khudabadi," although it can also be written in Devanagari script. With over 40 million speakers worldwide, Sindhi holds official status in Pakistan's province of Sindh. The language exhibits a rich literary tradition dating back centuries; notable works include Shah Jo Risalo by Shah Abdul Latif Bhittai. Sindhis have made significant contributions to trade and commerce due to their diaspora across various countries like India, Pakistan (especially Karachi), United Arab Emirates (UAE), United States (US), Canada etc., where they continue preserving their linguistic heritage through cultural events and organizations dedicated to promoting Sindhi literature

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