From Proto-Bantu *ǹgʊ̀dʊ̀bè.
nguruwe (n class, plural nguruwe)
1) pig, swine
2) pig (a disgusting or despicable person)
I think of this as N-guru-we, as in "pigs are surprisingly wise animals, aren't they?"
If nyama ya ___ is how we say meat of an animal, why is this not pig? If nyama ya ngurure is pork surely that translates to meat of pig...? Could someone explain please?