leg    ukuguru
(bowlegs) amaguru, y'imbango
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calf    inyana
(male) ikimasa
(of leg) intege, inyāma y'akibitsi
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inyāma y'akibitsi   phr    meat of leg
amaguru y'imbango     phr    bow legs
guhānyuka (-hānyutse)     v    1. to sprain, strain, 2. spread legs apart
igihūmbu (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
1. illegitimate child, 2. dishonest person, 3. untrustworthy, unwise, 4. one who won't stay home, vagabond, gadabout
igihūme (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
spirit, superhuman thing, a one-armed and one-legged ghost with grass growing out of its ears that lives in the valley (used as a serious insult)
igikororgwa (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
phlegm
igikororwa (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
phlegm, spittle, spit, sputum
igitēro (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
1. legion, division, 2. assault
igitito (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
singing, sung legend or story
ijūnja n’ijambo   phr    physical strength and discursive force (description of a strong and eloquent person, two characteristics allegedly rarely going together)
ikivyārwa (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
  
illegitimate child, child of mixed marriage
intege (in-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
  
1. calf of leg, back of knee 2. strength
ishūre nkuru   phr    college
kujīsha (-jīshe)     v    1. to weave, knit, tie cow's legs while milking, 2. to make wax for honey (bees), 3. to close doors (used only in speaking of royal palace)
kujīshura (-jīshuye)     v    to untie cow's legs after milking
kuruka (-rutse)     v    1. to vomit, 2. spit up phlegm
kwīyoga (-īyoze)     v    to bathe (esp. the legs)
ukuguru (ama-)     9  class 9
singular: uku-
plural: ama-
  
leg
umupira w'amaguru football, soccer
umugēnzi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
  
companion, friend (not close)
umukozi mugenzi collegue
umukozi dukorana (aba-)   phr    1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
  
collegue (from gukorana)
umukozi mugenzi (aba-)   phr    1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
  
collegue
umushingamateka (aba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
  
legislator
umuumutsibo   2  class 2
singular: umu-
  
women's dance, characterized by movement of the legs and pelvis but without eroticism, celebrating the birth of a child, Buyogoma region
bathe    (vt) kwūhagira
(esp. legs) kwiyoga
(oneself) kwīyuhagira, kwīyoza, kwōga
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child    umwāna, umugisye, umukeme, umurerwa
(before he begins to know anything) igitambamboga, igitwengerabarozi
(disobedient) intabarirwa
(first-born) imfura
(healthy, about 4 months) ikibunduguru
(illegitimate) igihūmbu, ikivyārwa
(learning to walk) ikidegedege, intavyi
(male) umuyibigi
(of) mwene
(of mixed marriage) ikivyārwa
(only) ikinege, umwāna w'ikinege
(derogative) umuhimbiri
(small) ikibondo
(starting to know a little) umwankavu
(that doesn't grow properly) imfunya
(unwanted or orphan) intābwa
(up to 8 or 10 years) umugimbi
(weaned) umucūko, umukurira
(youngest or favourite) umuhererezi
(~ care) ubuhinga bwo kurera abana
(~ benefit) imfashanyo y'umuryango
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cow    inka
(brownish black) ikirāyi
(gray) uruhīza
(white) igihororo
(~ without horns) imvure
(blood of, to drink) ikiremve
(~ path) umuhōra
(to be at rest) kuvyāgira
(to be many) gusagara
(to be many together) gusasa amahembe
(to ask ~ from one to whom ~ was given) kwōkōza
(to chase flies off) kuzīnga
(to entrust ~s to another and they increase while there) gutongoza
(to get medicine to make ~ like her calf) kwōrokereza
(to lead) kuyobora, gushorera
(to lead to pasture) guturutsa
(to put skin of dead calf before ~ to make her to give milk) kwōrokēra
(to return ~ or calf to one from whom one received a ~) kwōkōra
(to take up hill) kurārūra
(to tie legs while milking) kujīsha
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legion    igitēro
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singing    ururirimbo, indirīmbo
(dancing with ~) uruvyino
(pastoral ~, sung poetry) ibicuba
(sung legend) igitito
(post-drinking song) amayaya
(pastoral ~) umuvovoto
(sentimental evening ~) ikilito
(~ for the hunt) gukokeza
(to lead in ~) kuririmbisha
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spit    amate, igikororwa
(spurted from between teeth as indication of scorn) inyeri
(to ~) gucīra amate
(to ~ on) kuvuma amate
(~ up milk, baby) kubōga
(~ up phlegm) kuruka
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spread    (abroad, vt) kwāndagaza, kwāngāza, gukwīza, gukwīragiza
(vi) kwāmāmara, gukwīra, guhetūra, gukwīragira
(grass) gusasa
(legs apart) guhānyuka
(out) gupānga
(out great branches) kugasāra
(out on something) gusanza
(thing spread out flat) ikiramvu
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story    (in sense of fable) umugani
(in sense of riddle) igisōkōzanyo
(fairy) igitiko
(sung legend) igitito
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tie    (to ~) kuboha, guhāmbīra
(beans on hedge to dry) gushisha
(clothes at waist) gukenyeza
(cow's legs while milking) kujīsha
(firmly) kudādira
(neck of sack) kuniga
(oneself to) kwīhābīra
(rope) kudādira
(securely) kudaga
(together) gutubika, gupfundikanya
(up a bundle) gutēkera
(with knot) gupfundika
(as goat in pasture) kuzirika
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untie    kubohōra, kudādura, kuzitura, guhamburura, gupfundurura
(cow's legs after milking) kujishura
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wash    kwōza
(esp. body) gukēmūra, kwūhagira
(clothes) kumesa, kumesūra
(hands) gukaraba
(legs, esp.) kwīyoga
(in lots of water) gufyikinyura, kwīfyikinyura
(in one's eyes) kwīhumūra
(oneself) kwōga, kwīyuhagira, kwīsukura
(vegetables) kurōnga
(very thoroughly) gufyikinyura
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legislator    umushingamateka
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poetry    (sung ~ in honor of cattle) ibicuba
(sung legend) igitito
(to recitate lyrical ~) kwishongora
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legend    (sung legend, poetic) igitito
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