There are 2 main translations of naso in isiZulu

: naso1naso2

naso1

with (it, her/him)

associative adverb

  • 1

    with (it, her/him)
    to (it, her/him)
    ‘Naye lo, ohamba naso sebembulele abakithi’ Also this one, who walks with him, was killed by our friends
  • 2

    also (it, she/he)
    (it, she/he) too
    even (it, she/he)
    ‘IsiNgisi siyasazi, isiBhunu naso, siyakwazi ukufunda, siyakwazi ukubhala’ English we know, and also Afrikaans we know how to read and how to write

There are 2 main translations of naso in isiZulu

: naso1naso2

naso2

there (it) is

locative demonstrative copulative

  • 1

    there (it) is
    ‘"Naso-ke isithole nkosi engikubonga ngaso’ There, then, is the heifer with which I am thanking you

Origin

< nasi

Usage

This word can also be used as a demonstrative, with the meaning "that", e.g. "naso isihlandla" = "that grass mat".