Dzama

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  • dzama kana madzama (1. Big handful. 2. Large crowd) zvichireva chitsama.
  • -dzama (Be deep) zvichireva panhu pakadzika.
  • -dzama (Be abstruse) zvichireva kugozha kana kunetsa kunzwisisa.
  • -dzama (1. Disappear for a time - e.g. edible cater pillars in the off-season; 2. KZ Disappear never to return; 3. Get lost) zvichireva kurova kwechinhu kana munhu.
  • -dzama (1. Persevere, continue to the end. Refuse to go away).

Kurerutsa Mutauro[chinja | edit source]

  • Usapinde rwizi napakadzama. Do not go into the river where it is deep
  • Dzamikisa gomba: make the hole deep.
  • Imbwa yangu yakadzama chose: my dog is lost and gone.
  • Nyaya dzake dzakadzama: his discourse is very abstruse.
  • Nyangwe zvayo vhunzo yakanga ichigozha, ndakambodzama-dzama: although the test was hard, I did my best.
  • Uchiri kudzama-dzama uri kuitei: you are still here! What are you up to?


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