This page has forms of greeting using Lesotho Sesotho (SASe), click here for more on how it is done using the orthography of South African Sesotho (SASe). 1) How are you? (Literally: Where are you?) 1) U kae?
What is Ke Teng?
Ke teng. Goodbye! Stay well! (to one person) Sala sentle! Goodbye!
What does Dumela mean?
“Dumela” means “hello” in Sotho language.
How do you respond to dumelang?
Terms in this set (25)
Dumela/Dumelang. Hello,Good Morning (sing./plural)Agee (response) And you too.O/Le Kae? How are you? ( O/Le tsogile jang? How have you risen?Ke/Re tsogile sentle. I’ve risen well.O/Le Robetse jang? How did you sleep?Ke/Re robetse sentle. I slept well.O/Le thlotse jang? How was your day?
What is the meaning of ntate?
English translation: father, uncle and also used to refer respectfully to any male adult.
How do I introduce myself in sesotho?
Introducing yourself in Sesotho is very easy, you say “Lebitso la ka ke (your name)”. You have the option of saying your full name or just your first name. But if you want to be specific about which is your first name and which is your last, you can say “Lebitso la ka ke (first name)” and “Fane ea ka ke (last name)”.
How do you say talk in sesotho?
polelo. So, this is how you say “talk” in sesotho.
How are you Xhosa?
Hello! (to more than one person) Molweni! How are you? (to one person) Unjani? How are you? (to more than one person) Ninjani?
How are you Sepedi?
O kae? How are you? Le nna ke gona, ke a leboga.
What is December in sesotho?
Tshitwe. So, this is how you say “December” in sesotho.
How do you address an elder in Sesotho?
In Sesotho, the words for father (ntate) and mother (mme) are used commonly as address forms of respect for one’s elders.