Mwami

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For the town, see Mwami, Zimbabwe.

Mwami (pronounced [mwɑmi, mŋɑmi]) is the chiefly title in Kirundi and Kinyarwanda, the Congolese Nande and Bashi languages, Luhya in Kenya and various other Bantu languages, such as the Tonga language (spoken in Zambia and Zimbabwe). The word is usually translated as king. It can refer to:

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