Ndau


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Ndau

 (ən-dou′)
n. pl. Ndau or Ndaus
1. A member of a Bantu people inhabiting south-central Mozambique and east-central Zimbabwe.
2. The Bantu language of the Ndau, closely related to Shona.

[Ndau -Ndau, as in chiNdau, the Ndau language.]
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