kumata (-mase)     v    1. to stick together (vi), 2. to adhere, to become attached, 3. cleave to
kumatana (-matanye)     v    to stick together (vi)
kumatanya (-matanije)     v    to stick together (vt)
adhere    kumata
(to) kwōma
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cleave    (to) kumata
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join    gufatanya, kumatanya, gutēranya
(together, esp. poles at top in building house) kudōmbagiza
(together a broken thing) kwūnga
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together    hamwe
(all) icārimwe
(living) umubāno
(all speaking) imvugarimwe
(with) kumwe
(sticking) akaramata
(trees grown very close ~) impatane
(to be) kumana
(to bring) gukoranya, gutēranya
(to come, as crowd) gukungēra
(to come all ~, suddenly, as at call of trouble) kurandamuka
(to crowd ~) kwegerana
(to get close) kwegerana
(to go ~ to see something, of many people) gukōndōrera
(to live) kubāna
(to live, be always) kwāmana
(to meet) gukorana, gutērana
(to cause to meet) gukoranya, gutēranya, guhūza
(to put) kwegeraniriza, guhūza
(to put things or people close ~) kwegeranya
(to spend time) kumarana
(to stick, vi) gufatana, kumata
(to stick, vt) gufatanya, kumatanya
(to strive and crowd) kuvurungana
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stick    (to ~ out, as garment with something under it) kudundūra
(to stick) guhoma, guhomesha uburembo
(~ together, vi) gufatana, kumata, kwōmeka, kumatana
(vt) gufatanya, guhoma, kumatanya
(~ up for another) gukīmbūka
(put ~ in ground) gushīnga
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