Pondo

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Pondo

(ˈpɒndəʊ)
npl -do or -dos
1. (Peoples) a member of a Negroid people of southern Africa, living chiefly in Pondoland
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Bantu grouping of the Niger-Congo family, and closely related to Xhosa
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Now, after Chaka had come to the Duguza kraal, for a while he sat quiet, then the old thirst of blood came on him, and he sent his impis against the people of the Pondos, and they destroyed that people, and brought back their cattle.
there was a strong wish on the part of the Pondos that their people should remain there for various reasons; and as regards Mhlonhlo [the Mpondomise chief] I believe that if he did take any part in the negotiations Mr.