The Zulu is the largest ethnic group in South Africa and will generate 15 random Zulu names. Their population is approximately 10-11 million. The Zulu names their children as they are born. This could be anything from your child's expectations in life to the weather at birth. The name 'Ntombizanele,' for example, means 'We're getting enough girls,' 'Nomvula' means 'After the rain,' and 'Bhekizwe' means 'Look for hope. Many Zulus get two names which reflect their expectations or the story of their birth. This generator only shows one name at a time instead of a combination of 2, which is mainly to promote readability, because the significance of the names makes it more difficult to read two names together.
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The word Zulus means "Sky People" in Swahili and from oral history, the word Zulus literally means "sky men". Today it's estimated that there were perhaps 45 million South African citizens, and about 22% of the total population is Zulus. They were not always a race, they used to be a tribe, a clan, a tribe, an ethnic group, a race, a culture, a nationality, a nation, an ethnic group, a language, a religion, a culture and a nationality all at the same time. The Zulus were originally a large tribe, which numbered anywhere between 100,000 and a million people. Their tribal name was Mzuzi, which means "large number", and when the government outlawed their tribe from being called a tribe the Zulus chose the name "Zulus".
The Zulus are a very proud and energetic race, so proud that they moved into neighboring's country of Zimbabwe, where they lived peacefully with other groups. The Zulus were the main group to push for independence of Zimbabwe against the British Empire. The Zulus fought a civil war, fought the British on the battlefields of Matabeleland, Tsodilo and Zambulu, along with the French and the Indians. The war was a great struggle and the British army was victorious over the Zulus.
However, they did not go easy on the Zulus, and during the war they killed thousands of innocent civilians and even though they won the war, they still made sure that they didn't forget their victory. After the war, the government made sure that the Zulus had the opportunity to return to their homeland and rebuild their lives. The Zulus, because they had defeated the British and gained their freedom, became very proud of themselves. The Zulus were always considered a noble and brave race, and they began building new settlements all over their homeland. The Zulus are still proud people, who never take advantage of their fellow man, but they have taken a different approach when it comes to social interaction, and you can tell a lot by looking at their behavior.