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What does the word nkubindwa in Swahili symbolize?

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Nkubindwa. is not a Swahili word. If it were, the. n. i-prefix (not. n- would be the subject, I; the - ku- infix would be the object, you; and the -wa ending would indicate passive voice, an impossibility in either English or Swahili consodering the
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