Translation of syllable in isiZulu



  1. Language


    • Usually a syllable is formed by a consonant and a vowel that follow each other

      Ngokuvamile ilunga legama lakhiwa ngongwaqa elandelwa unkamisa

    • The word "abafana" (boys) has four syllables

      Igama "abafana" linamalunga amane

    a word or part of a word that has one sound when you say it; and in Zulu also the nasal "m" when pronounced with length

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