Definition and meaning of Maragoli phrase Kuhayahaya
Literal meaning is to be unsettled, be all over the place. I find this Maragoli phrase interesting given how it reminds me of similar sounding and meaning words in Kenya’s urban slang sheng. Take for instance that in sheng we say kuhaha or kugwaya gwaya when someone is restless from anxiety or irrational fears. Or how we say kuhanyahanya when one is all over the place with their sexual life, changing partners recklessly and mindlessly.
Meaning of new Maragoli words
Learn and grow your mastery of Lulogooli with us. Find the quick meaning of Maragoli words in the phrase kuhayahaya. For fuller, deeper meaning make sure you check out the dictionary meanings of these words and get to know synonyms, similar words, similar sounding Bantu words as build your vocabulary.
- To be jittery
See: Dictionary meaning of kuhayahaya ↗
Get to know synonyms, similar words in other Luhya dialects, similar sounding bantu words and build your vocabulary.
Speak better Lulogoli, get to know the translation and meaning of common Maragoli proverbs and sayings
About the Maragoli
The Maragoli or Mulogoli is a Bantu tribe that’s one of the larger houses of the Luhya supra-community that’s presently mainly domiciled in Western Kenya. Maragoli language or Lulogooli, Logoli is the tongue of Maragoli. Join us and learn how to speak Maragoli language. Start of with our free lessons in Maragoli language. Build your vocabulary with our stories from Maragoli culture whose narrative harnesses the richness of L’logoli in telling our origin, beliefs and way of life. Hop on our continuous search for the meaning of different Maragoli proverbs and sayings. Test yourself with our dalliance at the intersections, such as in our ongoing Kinyarwanda-Lulogooli and Lingala- Luhya discourse. Let’s get you started with Kimaragoli, with our mega post: Learn Maragoli Online: The Mulembe Nation list of 60+ common Maragoli words, their translation and meaning.
Subscribe to Mulembe Weekly
Get culture, language, stories and discussions in your inbox every Friday 5 PM East Africa Time