1with (them)to (them)‘Uzohlala nazo zonke izigebengu lezi’ — He will stay with all these criminals‘UNgwadi wakhuluma nazo izinceku zenkosi’ — Ngwadi spoke to the king's servants
2also (they)(they) tooeven (they)‘Ezinye izivuno nazo zilimele’ — The other harvests are also ruined‘Nokho-ke okaMzimela wayengeshade nazo zonke ngoba wayelikholwa’ — Nevertheless, Mzimela could not marry all of them, because he was a believer
1and (them)‘Bekukhona amakhosi ngobuningi bawo nazo zonke iziphathimandla ezidingakalayo kulolu hlelo’ — Many chiefs and all the councillors are needed in this programme‘Nenkosi nazo zonke izinceku zayo zakhala ngokukhala okukhulu kakhulu’ — And the king cried heavily, and all his servants too
locative demonstrative copulative
1there (they) are‘Nazo-ke izihloko khetha osithandayo’ — There are the topics; choose one you like‘Nazo-ke izinyoni!’ — There are the birds!
This word can also be used as a demonstrative, with the meaning "those", e.g. "nazo izigi" = "those footsteps", "nazo izinkomo" = "those cows"