Kukhona izihumusho eziyinhloko ezingu-2 zokuthi wind ku-isiZulu

: wind1wind2

wind1

umoya

ibizowound, Plural winds

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    umoya
    ‘There was a strong wind on Saturday so we went to fly our kites’ Bekunomoya onamandla ngoMgqibelo sase siyondizisa amakhayithi ethu

ibizowound, Plural winds

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    umoya
    ‘There was so much wind this weekend, we couldn't go to the beach’ Bekunomoya omningi kule mpelasonto ngendlela yokuthi asiyanga ebhishi
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    umoya
    ‘Dan had to walk a bit to get his wind back after running up the steep hill’ U-Dan kuye kwadingeka ukuthi ahambe kancane ukuze abuyise umoya emuva kokugijima endaweni eyenyukelayo

Kukhona izihumusho eziyinhloko ezingu-2 zokuthi wind ku-isiZulu

: wind1wind2

wind2

-gwinciza

isenzowound, winding, winds

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    -gwinciza
    -zungeleza
    ‘The footpath winds among tall old trees in the park’ Indlela yezinyawo igwinciza ezihlahleni ezinde ezindala epaki
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    -thandela
    -songa
    ‘My mother wound a bandage around my swollen ankle’ Umama wami uthandele ibhandishi eqakaleni lami elivuvukele
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    -wayinda
    ‘Before watches had batteries, you had to wind them up’ Ngaphambi kokuthi amawashi abe namabhethri, kwakumele uwawayinde

Usage

The pronunciation of the noun and the verb differ: the wi- of the noun sounds like we; the wi- of the verb like why