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Swahili translation: simba anayecheza

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20:49 Nov 7, 2003
English to Swahili translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: dancing lion
As a name
Deborah
Swahili translation:simba anayecheza
Explanation:
That is the phrase literally translated, as a playful use of Swahili for English speakers. It is, as you might guess, rather meaningless in Swahili, but I presume the audience is not native Swahili speakers. Have fun.
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Robert Leonard
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Local time: 19:42
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simba anayecheza


Explanation:
That is the phrase literally translated, as a playful use of Swahili for English speakers. It is, as you might guess, rather meaningless in Swahili, but I presume the audience is not native Swahili speakers. Have fun.

Robert Leonard
United States
Local time: 19:42
PRO pts in pair: 5
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