Definition of waragi in English:

waragi

Line breaks: wa¦ragi
Pronunciation: /ˈwarəgi
 
/

noun

[mass noun]
(In Uganda) a strong alcoholic drink made from bananas or cassava.
More example sentences
  • We share waragi, the locally distilled banana liquor, and colorful anecdotes for nearly two hours.
  • Frances Jones testing the locally produced waragi to see whether it is strong enough to fix blood smears
  • Thieves in Bushenyi district are giving cattle waragi to make it easier to steal them.

Origin

from Kiswahili wargi.

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