They called him Bwana 1. bwana "sir" or "mister" in Swahili Jambo, bwana! 2. bwana Professional Hunters in Africa are called bwana. Swahili for Boss. 3. bwana Swahili word meaning "Sir" or "Lord." Swahili word meaning "Boss" or "Spirit." .
Bwana. Samahani, Bwana. Excuse me, Sir. Nikusaidie, Bwana? May I help you, Sir? "Yes, Sir," in the police and military, however, is Ndiyo, Afandi. Like "sir" and "mister" in English, bwana was probably originally used by an inferior to address… Full Answer
A direct translation would be, "Msifu Bwana+ or Msifu Yesu, but this contributor has never heard anyone say this. The sentence is invariably put into the passive voice: Yesu asifiwe, Bwana asifiwe. The exclamation is heard constantly, with almost every… Full Answer
Call Me Bwana - 1963 was released on: USA: 14 June 1963 Japan: 1 December 1963 Sweden: 19 December 1963 France: 12 February 1964 Finland: 6 March 1964 Spain: 1 May 1964 Denmark: 4 August 1964 Mexico: 24 December 1964
Bwana = Mr, sir, lord, master Mabwana = gentlemen, menfolk It is a word from the Bantu language group. There are many words from related roots in many African languages; e.g., Bafana from Zulu/Xhosa and other South African language; the… Full Answer
The cast of Bwana Devil - 1952 includes: Patrick Aherne as Latham Barbara Britton as Alice Hayward Nigel Bruce as Dr. Angus McLean Miles Clark as Mukosi John Dodsworth as Sir William Drayton Bhupesh Guha as The Dancer Ramsay Hill… Full Answer