kwīyagiriza (-je)     v     1. to admit one's wrong to avoid being caught, 2. to hide in a corner, 3. to tell what one has done
 kwiyagiriza : possible conjugation of:
kwāgiriza (-je)  v     1. to witness, to certify, to prove, 2. to accuse
admit    kwemera
(to cause to) kwemeza
(one's wrong to avoid being caught) kwīyagiriza
confess    kwātura, kwīhana, kwīrega, kwemerana
(one is wrong to avoid being caught) kwīyagiriza
hide    (vi) gufuba, kwinyegeza, kwīhisha, kunyegera
(vt) guhisha, kunyegeza, kuzimanganya
(and wait for hunter, of animal) kuguba
(behind) kwīkīnga
(in a corner) kwīyagiriza
(oneself) kubūndabūnda
(one's thoughts) gufobeka
(the truth) kwiyobagiza
(to have nothing to ~) gutobora
tell    (one who tells others of good things, tells them where to go to find something good) umurānzi
(one who refuses to do as told) intābarirwa
(to ~) kubara, kubarira, kubwīra, gukerutsa, kurānga
(all about something) kujōja
(certainly) kujījūra
(dream) kurōtōra
(events) kudōnda
(fairy tales, stories passed down from long ago) gutika, kugana
(how one's affaires are going) kwīrāta
(make one ~ truth) kurahuruza
(publicly) kwerura
(someone that his friend has died) guhebūza
(something in a kind, easy way) kubembetereza
(to, divulge secret) gukerukiriza
(to others what you've heard) kwīgānīra
(what one has done) kwīyagiriza
(what one has heard while eaves-dropping) gutumbūra
(whole truth without hiding a thing) kwātagura