dress    ikānzu (Sw.)
(to ~) kwāmbara
(oneself) kwīyambika, kwāmbara
(up) gushaza
(to be dressed becomingly) kubērwa
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dress    (an animal) kubāga
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dress    (wound) gusomōra
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kubāga (-bāze)     v    1. tu butcher, to slaughter, dress an animal, 2. to operate
wound    uruguma, igikomere
(incurable) akagīrīre
(to ~) gukomeretsa
(to be sore) gutonekara
(to dress a) gusomōra
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gushaza (-shajije)     v    1. to try to get out of work, appear as working but really doing nothing, 2. to adorn, decorate, dress up
gusomōra (-somōye)     v    to dress a wound
kwāmbara (-āmbaye)     v    to wear, to put on (clothes), to dress oneself
umugega (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
clothing worn underneath, as sack dress
kwīsomōra (-īsomōye)     v    to dress a wound for oneself (euphemistically used for to commit adultery in speaking of a married man)
gucūra (-cūye)     v    1. to marry a widow and go to her kraal, 2. to bring a wife back that's gone home, 3. to lead or send back (esp. cows), 4. to address the people (used only of king or other authority)
ibarizo (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
1. carpenter shop, 2. address
ikānzu (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
(Sw.) 1. dress, 2. robe, 3. gown
irangiro    n    address
kimyozi (ba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
barber, hairdresser
kubērwa (-bēwe)     v    1. to be dressed becomingly, 2. to be worthy of, 3. to merit
kurūngika (-rūngitse)     v    1. to send (esp. person rather than message), 2. to address
kwāmbura (-āmbuye)     v    1. to undress, to remove clothing, 2. to steal (from kwambara)
kwīyambura (-īyambuye)     v    to undress oneself, take off
ndakwīkebanuye   phr    goodbye (used when adressing a superior)
sha     excl    familiar term for addressing another (used mostly by men and boys)
shahu   excl    familiar term for addressing another (used mostly by men and boys)
address    (to ~) kurūngika
(of letter) irangiro, ideresi, ibarizo
(to ~ the people, as king or other authority) gucūra
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becomingly    (to be dressed) kubērwa
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dressing    ipansuma
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head-dress    (woven of long hair and worn by dancers) umugāra
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honored person   umuninahazwa, umutūngwa, umwūbahwa, nyakubahwa
(in adressing him), umupfāsoni
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undress    (to) kwāmbura
(oneself) kwīyāmbura
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 dress found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 63   Some Household Terms
 dress found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 26   Special Verb Endings
chapter 79   Various Expressions