noun, plural Swazis (especially collectively) Swazi for 1.
a member of a Nguni people of Swaziland and the Republic of South Africa.
the Bantu language of the Swazi.
(pl) -zis, -zi. a member of a racially mixed people of southern Africa living chiefly in Swaziland, who first formed into a strong political group in the late 19th century
the language of this people: an official language of Swaziland along with English. It belongs to the Niger-Congo family and is closely related to Xhosa and Zulu
noun 1. a kingdom in SE Africa between S Mozambique and the E Republic of South Africa: formerly a British protectorate. 6704 sq. mi. (17,363 sq. km). Capital: Mbabane. noun 1. a kingdom in southern Africa: made a protectorate of the Transvaal by Britain in 1894; gained independence in 1968; a member of the Commonwealth. […]
- Swazi territory
noun 1. the former name of KaNgwane
noun 1. a small metal instrument held in the mouth of a Punch and Judy puppeteer, used to produce the characteristic shrill voice of Mr Punch
SWB short wheelbase