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EtymologyEdit

From Zulu indaba.

NounEdit

indaba ‎(plural indabas)

  1. An important conference held by leaders of the Zulu and Xhosa peoples of South Africa.
  2. (South Africa) A problem, a concern.
  3. (Scouting) An international conference of Scout leaders.

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BasqueEdit

NounEdit

indaba

  1. bean, green bean

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ZuluEdit

EtymologyEdit

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NounEdit

indaba class 9/10 ‎(plural izindaba)

  1. matter, issue, affair
  2. piece of news
  3. story

InflectionEdit

Class 9/10, tone class L
Singular Plural
Full form indaba izindaba
Simple form ndaba zindaba
Locative endabeni ezindabeni
Copulative yindaba yizindaba
Possessive forms
Singular Plural
Class 1 wendaba wezindaba
Class 2 bendaba bezindaba
Class 3 wendaba wezindaba
Class 4 yendaba yezindaba
Class 5 lendaba lezindaba
Class 6 endaba ezindaba
Class 7 sendaba sezindaba
Class 8 zendaba zezindaba
Class 9 yendaba yezindaba
Class 10 zendaba zezindaba
Class 11 lwendaba lwezindaba
Class 14 bendaba bezindaba
Class 15 kwendaba kwezindaba
Class 17 kwendaba kwezindaba

SynonymsEdit

(story):

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