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Chinyorwa chino chiri kuunganidza mashoko anotaura huwandu hwezvinhu kana vanhu.

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  • Chiverengo (Sum; total; addition).
  • Changaradza (1. Large crowd; 2. Assembly of many people gathered in small groups) zvichireva dzama revanhu.
  • Chidumbu (Small group (of things).
  • Chimwandamwanda (1. Scattering - of animals or people, 2. Dissension). Huku dzinoita chimwandamwanda kana dzaona gondo: poultry scatter when they see a large bird of prey.


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  • Datu ( very small quantity) apa kureva huwandu hwezvishomanane. Zvichida izwi iri ringagona kushandiswa kuturikira inonzi micro kuEnglish?
  • Dutu (1. Large quantity; 2. Heap) apa kureva huwandu hwezvizhinji. Zvichida izwi iri ringagona kushandiswa kuturikira inonzi macro kuEnglish?
  • Dakanya kana matakanya (Harmfully excessive number or quantity of moving objects - e.g. of worms). Apa kureva zvine huwandu zvakakura zvokuti zvinogona kukuvadza.
  • Dekenyera revanhu: (vast multitude of people, generally spectators). Dekenyera ramasvosve: mass of ants.
  • Dekeshera, dekeshe kana rekeshe (Very large number of people or animals spread out over an area).
  • Ditima kana maditima kana bitipiti (Moving crowd).
  • Dititi kana madititi, guruutsi (Large moving crowd; 2. Assault on one person made by many together). Vakaenda riri dititi: a whole crowd of them went. Vakamuita dititi: they all attacked him together.
  • Dumbu (A large group - isolated).

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  • Ferendende (Very large number of living things).

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  • Muti wakakuunga mashizha: the tree has many leaves.
  • Doro rinokuunga vanhu: beer collects people.
  • Vanhu vakakuungana parufu rwashe: a great multitude of people attended the funeral rites of the chief.
  • Gwekwekwe kana gwekwerere (Act of many hanging on to one object). Imbwa dzaita gwekwekwe panhoro: the dogs attacked the kudu all together.