intore (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. plant with fruit like eggplant, aubergine, 2. lump of bread
intōre (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. dancer, 2. youth, 3. traditional young warrior, 2. handsomeness and good character
iyugi (ama-  5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
1. copper or leather shells at the ankles of intōre dancers, 2. white shell charm worn around the neck by eight-born child (called Mayugi)
aubergine    intore
En-En dictionary 
bread    (european) umukate (Sw.)
(african) umutsima
(loaf of) irobe
(lump of) intore
(soft part of) akavunji k'umukate
(to make) gucūmba
(to put ground-, peanuts, etc. in ~) gutotera
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dancer    intōre
En-En dictionary 
eggplant    intore, urutore
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handsomeness    ubuhizi
(with good character) intōre
En-En dictionary 
lump    (clay, blood clot) umugoma
(in food) agatiribwa, igihōmba, ikinonko
(of bread) intore
(on back) inyōnzo
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soldier    ingabo, umusirigana, umusoda, umusirikare, intōre
(ants) uburima
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youth    (age group) ubusore
(young man) umusore
(youth) intōre
(youth mob) imisore
(group of) urwaruka
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warrior    (young traditional) intore
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 intore found in: Imigani (tales)
Umugani 40   Abahigi
Umugani 44   Gutwikurura
Umugani 45   Urugamba
 intore found in: Imyibutsa (proverbs)
Umwibutsa 255   Intore itora iriye. ...
Umwibutsa 411   Umugabo amira intore ntamira...
Umwibutsa 525   Uja kurata intore abanza...