Definition of Bwazi
1. buaze [n -S] - See also: buaze
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bwazi
Literary usage of Bwazi
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Natives of British Central Africa by Alice Werner (1906)
"The material spun is most frequently cotton, though, in the Chipeta country, south-west of the Lake, the fibre of the bwazi ..."
2. Macmillan's Magazine by David Masson, George Grove, John Morley, Mowbray Morris (1880)
"... did not hear of this raid until after the bwazi afair, and when he had already sent to kill ..."
3. A Cyclopædic Dictionary of the Mang'anja Language Spoken in British Central by David Clement Ruffelle Scott (1892)
"... to make a string (ie, laying length to length and twisting up :as they do in making string, whether fibres or thread or strands of bwazi or other leaf). ..."
4. Central African Game and Its Spoor by Chauncy Hugh Stigand, Denis D. Lyell (1906)
"Also sometimes eats leaves of bwazi, a very favourite food with most game. SPOOR. Sharp or angular at toe (ie, not rounded like sable). ..."