I see mgeni/wageni can mean stranger(s), visitor(s) and guest(s). Is there a way to differentiate strangers who are guests from other strangers?
Is there a way to differentiate between "ugly" and "bad" when wabaya is used? Because from context, at least in this sentence, it isn't clear.
"Ninyi" is "you all" . The singular form would be "wewe" which means you (one person). Also the "wa" at the beginning of "wageni, wabaya" would be replaced by "m" in the singular form. It would be "Wewe ni mgeni mbaya"