1.A gall-bladder, worn by a diviner as part of his traditional dress.
1962W.D. Hammond-TookeBhaca Soc. 110The groom’s sister and the sister of the bride have a special part to play in these ceremonies. Each wears an inflated inyongo (gall-bladder) and acts ‘just like a witness in a church marriage’.
1966A.T. BryantZulu Medicine 23Practically all those common attacks of passing indisposition..are ascribed by them to the bile (iNyongo), and their first step is to clear the excess of this fluid out of the system.
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