feast    amazimāno, inzimāno
(to give a ~ to) kuzimāna
(one who is in charge of food at) umuteretsi
En-En dictionary 
gutāha ubukwe (-tāshe)   phr    to go to wedding feast
umuteretsi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
one in charge of food at a feast
food    indya, ibifungurwa, imfungurwa
(food that needs to be cooked) igitekwa
(baby ~) umusururu
(big portion of) irobe
(and drink of rich man, ruler) igiturire
(for a journey) impāmba
(without salt) ibise
(one in charge of ~ at a feast) umuteretsi
(place where ~ is plentiful) amasumo, ubusumo
(to be burned slightly) kuyēnga
(to become too dry in cooking) kuyēnga
(to burn, vi) kuzigira
(to dish up) kwārura
(to eat, to serve) gufungura
(to get ~ for oneself) gutāra
(to go to find ~) gusuma
(to go together to produce ~ for guests) gutērēra
(to quickly make ~ for one) kuzina
(to serve) gufungura
(to try to find ~ for unexpected guests) kwīyambagura
En-En dictionary 
ibirorēro    4    dances, exercises (as at feast)
kuzimāna (-zimānye)   v    to give at feast to, serve a meal to
wedding    ubukwe
(to be ~ attendant) gushīngira
(to go to ~ feast) gutāha ubukwe
En-En dictionary 
marriage    (wedding) ubukwe
(go-between for) umureshi
(to act as a go-between) kuresha
(to be accompanied to, as bride is) gushingīrwa
(to be attendant for) gushingīra
(to be paid for, for ~) gukōbwa
(to go to a wedding feast) gutāha ubukwe
(to take marriage vows) kuragana
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inzimāno (ama-  3   5  sg. class 3: i-,in-
pl. class 5: ama-
feast, dinner (mostly used in pl.)