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What is blessings in Maragoli?

Zingavi, as we commonly pronounce it today or tsingavi as written in old Maragoli is the word for blessings in Maragoli language. To learn more, watch the video if you prefer video or read the article for those who prefer so.

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Zingavi refers to any blessings. This means any good fortune from God, parents or even the cosmos. When the blessings are considered from the perspective of a Christianity and Christian God, zingavi could be synonymous to the concept of God’s grace.

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