Believe it or not, it's also a common term for grandmother!
Yes, more frequently in Kenya
Is the plural form different?
No. It is the same in singular and plural.
Does anyone know what the etymology of 'nyanya' is? The Somali 'yaanyo' is clearly a cognate, but other African languages seem to use a word closely resembling 'tomato', like 'tomati' or 'tumatir' and so on.
I wrote grandmother and it said wrong