There are 3 main translations of her in Northern Sotho

: her1her2her3

her1

o

pronoun

  • 1

    (with cl. 3)
    o
    ‘The old lady is picking the wild spinach. > The old lady is picking it’ Mokgekolo o kga morogo. > Mokgekolo o a o kga
  • 2

    (with cl. 3, with cl. 5)
    le
    ‘The child eats a mealie. > The child eats it’ Ngwana o ja lefela. > Ngwana o a le ja
  • 3

    (with cl. 5, with cl. 7)
    se
    ‘The man uses an axe to chop. > The man uses it to chop’ Monna o šomiša selepe go rema. > Monna o se šomiša go rema
  • 4

    (with cl. 7, with cl. 9)
    e
    ‘I like meat. > I like it’ Ke rata nama. > Ke a e rata

There are 3 main translations of her in Northern Sotho

: her1her2her3

her2

mo

pronoun

  • 1

    (with cl. 1)
    mo
    ‘The man loves his wife. > The man loves her’ Monna o rata mosadi wa gagwe. > Monna o a mo rata

There are 3 main translations of her in Northern Sotho

: her1her2her3

her3

tšagwe

pronoun

  • 1

    (with cl. 8, cl. 10)
    tšagwe
    ‘Her clothes are clean’ Diaparo tšagwe di hlwekile