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Simba is lion in Swahili. It's for this reason that the main character of Disney's The Lion King (1994), a young lion, is named Simba. The movie uses several Swahili words and phrases that the writers learned while researching for the film.


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No, in swahili, the word lion is simba, like from the lion king, simba=lion.

The Swahili word for lion is "simba".

Simba is a Swahili word that means Lion. And the lion is the King of the jungle.

No, Simba means "lion" only in Swahili.

Yes. It means a lion in Swahili. Yep, it means lion. I know that from reading the sides of the Wildlife Yoghurt Tubes XD

Simba means "lion" in Swahili.

I believe the word you are looking for is simba.

Simba means lion in Swahili.

They pick the names for the Lion King characters from words in the Swahili language. For example, Simba is translated into Swahili meaning "lion". They also chose Swahili words for the characters so it can connect with their personalities such as Zira (who hates Simba and the Pridelanders) means "hate" in Swahili.

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The Swahili word is "shetani".

The Swahili word for "Honey" is "asali".

The Swahili word for "Skin" is "ngozi".

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Swahili word for desert is "jangwa"

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Swahili is an African language spoken in 13 countries. The Swahili word for the English word "peace" is the word "amani".

"Simba" means "lion" in Swahili.

Swahili for Lioness or Lion is "Simba" whih is also the name of the Lion from The Lion King (best Disney movie ever) XD oh and that's my name too :P

The Swahili word for grief is huzuni.

the swahili word for grandmother is 'Nyanya'

The meaning of the Swahili word hapana is "there is not there."

The Swahili word is 'Na'

It simply means lion, in the Swahili language of Africa.

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