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Afrikaans: umuZi (meervoud: imiZi, Xhosa: umzi, Swati: umuti) is die Zoeloe- en Nguninaam vir die stat of kraal van 'n gesin.[1] Dit het 'n selfstandige ekonomie gehad en is bewoon deur die getroude hoofman of umNumzane, sy vroue en kinders. Tipies het dit 'n beeskraal of isiBaya in die middel omsluit. Hutte staan bekend as izinDlu, oftewel "huise".
English: umuZi (plural: imiZi, Xhosa: umzi, Swati: umuti) is the Zulu (and Nguni) name for a family based village or homestead.[2] It traditionally had a self-sufficient economy and was populated by the married headman, the umNumzane, his wives and children. It typically enclosed a cattle-fold, or isiBaya, in the middle. The huts are known as izinDlu (plural), meaning "houses".


UmuZi (en) Nguni family based village or homestead (en) umzi, umuti (en)
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