"Kijiko cha chakula"
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The simple answer is that in Kiswahili it is understood to be a spoon for eating. However, the English culture has defined it more specifically, in that a spoon - is just a spoon ! [ FOR ANYTHING - eating, stirring or digging, etc.] AND a teaspoon or a tablespoon is for measurement. Save one - which is the iced teaspoon, but again Tanzanian's [ Africans ] generally don't drink iced-tea, much less have ice!