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Table 4: Some Shona Nouns for Chiefs, Mediums, Spirits, Lions, and Related Concepts Class 1/2 (mu-/va-), persons, members of tribesa mudzimu, vadzimu 'lineage spirit(s)'(F) see also, 3/4 muzimu 'thunder' (H) muroyi, varoyi 'evil spirit(s),' 'witch(es)'(L) munhu, vanhu 'person(s)'(H) muvuki 'soothsayer,' 'diviner who uses no special apparatus'(H,G) mutapi, vatapi 'captor'(H), 'assistant to medium'(L) mutongi 'ruler of people'(H) muchingi 'midwife'(H) 38 GARY B. PALMER & DOROTHEA NEAL ARIN Class la/2a (O/va-), relatives, public personalities, associates, personifications ishe, madzishe 'chief(s)'b(H) muchinda 'son of a chief (H) mambo 'paramount chief (H), 'medium'(L) nevanje 'heir to the chiefdom'(H) magondo 'spotted hyena,' 'rags, rubbish'(H) Class 3/4 (mu-/mi-), atmospheric phenomena, long things, some parts of body mudzimu, midzimu 'lineage spirits,' 'shade of ancestor'(F), see also 1/2 mrђea 'air, soul'(F) mweya 'air, breath, vapour, spirit, soul'(H) muti, miti 'tree(s)'(F) musi 'day'(H) Class 5/6 (ri-l ma-)c, persons and things inspiring fear, collections, augmentatives, big size shave, mashave 'spirits of animals or foreigners'(L) svikiro, masvikiro 'spirit medium(s),' 'medium'(H), fr.
Cultural, Psychological and Typological Issues in Cognitive Linguistics: Selected Papers of the Bi-annual ICLA Meeting in Albuquerque, July 1995 by Masako K. Hiraga, Chris Sinha, Sherman Wilcox