It is a loan word from the English language "fighting".
Avoid an area where all the words seem to be loan words.
Many Portuguese loan words can still be found today in the languages of the area.
English generally now uses extended Latin letters only in loan words.
German also retains most original letters in French loan words.
Also, there are many Spanish loan words present today, given its more than three hundred years of occupation.
Such an ending is not found in English loan words or proper names.
The term is a loan word from Sesotho, again meaning court.
It often contains many loan words from the local language.
This is especially evident for Greek loan words and proper names.