What is the meaning of Hakuna Matata
always wondered what it ment ,the lion king was my favorite.
Haha, it means no worries!
More specifically it's literal Swahili meaning is -
"There are no worries"
Hakuna Matata is Swahili for "There are no worries." We typically would say "no worries" or "no problem."
As the Lion King song says, "It means no worries for the rest of your days..."
^^ All I could think about was the lion king when I saw this
I have a friend that speaks fluent Swahili and this is confirmed, it means no worries
If the Lion King was your favorite, then you should know what it means! It's in the song...no worries!
Now I have the Lion King stuck on my mind!
Swahili (or Kiswahili): Here there are no concerns; No worries; Don't Worry; Chill (loosely). Hakuna Matata term is mostly used in Kenya
In more detail:
Kuna: there is (Swahili)
Hakuna: there is not (Swahili)
Matata: Problem (Plural)(Swahili)
Literally means 'There are no problems'
Hakuna Matata is Swahili for They are no worries.
it means, "no worries". it is also one of the easily pronounced word.
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