continue    kugumiriza, guhora, gukomeza, kubāndānya (vt)
(to ~ to go) kubāndānya
(one's journey) kurāmvura
talking    (to stop abruptly though others continue) kwōnjorora
(to sit together ~ for long time) gutūrika
kubāndānya (-nije)     v     1. to continue to go, to go further, 2. to continue (vt)
kurāmvura (-ye)  v     to stretch out arm, to continue one's journey
stop    (vi) guhagarara, kureka, gusigaho
(vt) guhagarika, gutururuza, kubuza
(diarrhea) gufutīsha
(quarrel and make like each other) kwūnga
(~ talking abruptly though others continue) kwōnjorora
(a thing because someone has repeatedly warned and advised) gukōndōka
(up) kuzibiza
(working) kugodoka
 continue found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 54   Ordinary Past Tense II
 continue found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 38   –sanga as an Auxiliary Verb