gukama (-mye)     v     1. to milk, 2. to dry up, 3. evaporate, 4. decrease
gukāma (-mye)     v     to praise the wealth of another
 gukama : Narrative Tense 9.class sing. of:
kwāma (-mye)     v     1. to always or continually do a thing, 2. to bear fruit
anemia    ukubura amaraso, indwara yo gukama amaraso
gukamagura (-ye)     v     to drink (of king)
gukamangana (-nye)     v     to disappear
decrease    (vi) gukama, kugabanuka, kugeruka
disappear    gukamangana, kuyōnga, kuyōngayōnga, kuzimangana, kurēnga
(suddenly as you watch) kunyika
drink    (anything to be drunk) ikinyōbwa
(sweet banana) umutobe
(soft ~) ifanta
(to ~) kunywa
(to ~, of king) gukamagura
(animals, go to ~) gushōka
(after a meal) kwīshōza
(all there is in a container) kwūgunyuza
(to cease to ~) guhodoka
(from a reed) gusōma
(from hollow of one's hand) kwīyūhīra
(in) kubōmba
(to lead animals to ~) gushōra
(to make one ~, pour milk down throat) kuramiza
(to refuse to eat and ~ with) kunēna
(to go where others are drinking in hopes of getting some) kuvūmba
dry    (vi) kwūma,
(vt) kwūmūtsa, kwūmya
(in sun or near fire) kumūkishirīza
(to be) kugaduka
(to become) gukanyuruka, kwūmūka
(to become too ~ while cooking) kuyēnga
(to put food in sun to ~) gukavya
(to put near fire to ~) gutara
(up) kugaduka, kugangara, gukaba, gukama, gukamya
(up and be stiff, clothes or food) gutetera
(up, breasts) gucūka
evaporate    gukama
praise    (to) gushīma, guhīmbāza, gushemagiza, gutāzīra, guhaya, gushīmagiza
(for something received) gushemeza
(highly) kuninahaza
(highly, one of whom you've heard) gusāsira
(often) guhayagiza
(oneself) kwīhaya, kwīshima
(oneself often) kwīhayagiza
(the wealth of another) gukāma
milk    (to) gukama
(to finish milking a cow) guhāza
(to ~ into mouth) kugoba
 gukama found in: Imigani (tales)
Umugani 29   Umwungere