kumwe   adv    together with, together as one
-mwe   adj    1. one, single, 2. some (with pl. prefix), 3. same, (see hamwe, kumwe, kimwe, rimwe, rimwe na rimwe)
kumwēra (-mwēreye)     v    to shave for
kumwēsha (-mwēsheje)     v    to help to shave, shave with
turikumwe   phr    we are together, we'll stay in touch, we'll see us (greeting when parting from friends)
kumwēnyura (-mwēnyuye)     v    to smile
kumwenyagura (-mwenyaguye)     v    to smile often
kumwemwamwemwa (-mwemwamwemwe)     v    to smile (manifest pleasure, but not necessarily show teeth)
smile    akamwemwe
(to ~) kumwēnyura
(often) kumwenyagura
(manifest pleasure, but not necessarily show teeth) kumwemwamwemwa
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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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 kumwe found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 119   More Adverbs
 kumwe found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 64   umwe, bamwe etc. used for “the”