long    (to ~ for) gusamāza, gukūmbura
(thing for which one longs) igishika
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long    (adj.) –rēre
(~ thing, as banana stalk) umusoko
(to live, last ~) kurāmba
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long ago   kēra
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talking    (to stop abruptly though others continue) kwōnjorora
(to sit together ~ for long time) gutūrika
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kwishongora (-ishongoye)   v    speaking or chanting of a lyrical poem characterized by long phrases (where emphasis is on the lyrical text, not accompanied by dancing)
umwōgo (imy-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
long tie worn at shoulder at certain dances
kujobanya (-jobanije)     v    to rain long time without stopping
umupānga (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
(Sw.) machete, grass knife, long bread knife
kugungarara (-gungaraye)     v    to wait long for another
ill    (to be) kurwāra, kuyōka
(often) kurwāragurika, kubūnga
(to become ~ one after another) guhindikirana
(to lie around ~ long time) kuvūnda
(see also under 'sick')
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lie    (to ~ about waiting on someone) kugangarara
(to ~ around ill long time) kuvūnda
(to ~ down) kuryāma
(to ~ down on the back) kugarama
(to ~ fallow) gusiba
(to ~ in wait for) kuryāmira, kugēnza
(to ~ on one's face) kwūbika inda
(to ~ on one's side) gucurama
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pot    (clay cooking) inkono, inaga, impānge
(for water) umubīndi, umuhānge, umukātwa, ikibīndi
(coffee ~) ibirika y'ikawa
(small for butter) urwāvya, ikebano
(very large) intāngo
(with long narrow neck) agakarabo
(cooking pot) isafuriya, isafuria
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urubangāngwe (im-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
wheel (made of wood or reeds long ago, now bicycle wheel)
band    (of cloth, long) umugēnde
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grow    gukura, kwāruka, gukaka
(after cutting) kunaga
(larger, esp. moon) gutūbūka
(let hair ~ long) gutongoza
(old) gutāma
(rapidly in spurts) kuvugumuka
(smaller, sometimes used of moon) gutūba
(to cause to grow) gukuza
(to not ~, plant) kunyigīra
(to not ~, because of too many seeds) kuzīnga
(very fast, child) kugurugūmba
(well) kubaduka
(child that doesn't ~ properly) imfunnya
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home    (at ~) i muhira, imuhira
(at the ~ of) kwa
(at our ~) i wācu, iwācu
(at my ~) i wanyu, iwanyu
(at their ~) i wabo, iwabo
(to go ~) gutāha, kuganūka
(to go ~ from work) kugodoka
(to not stay at) guhugūmba
(to return to parent's ~ when angry at husband) kugēnda buje
(to take ~ objects, cows, after being away long time) kugishūra
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last    (to ~) kumara
(to ~ long) kurāmba
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rain    imvura
(light, fine) urunyanyāga
(main rain season) itumba
(season of early rains) agatāsi
(very heavy) isegenya
(very heavy, sweeps away crops on hillside) inkukūra
(wind and rain, storm) inkūbi
(path of water in heavy rain) umuvo
(to ~) kugwa
(with imvura, i.e. imvura iragwa)
(to begin to ~ after dry season) gutāsura
(to cause to, sorcerer) kuvuba
(early in morning or for a long time) kuvōvōta
(heavily) guhonoka
(a long time without stopping) kujobanya
(on) kuvubira
(softly) kunyanyāga
(to threaten to) gukuba
(to fall continuously) gushāna
(to fall heavily) kuzibiranya
(to go for shelter in) kwūgama
(to be soaked by downpour) kujōbeka
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talk    kuyāga, gusakuza, kugānīra
(foolishly, or act) gusaragurika
(give discourse) kugamba
(in one's sleep) kurāzirana
(lightly) kujajura
(loudly) guhogora
(a lot) kuregeteza
(nonsense when drunk) kuvōvōta
(over) gutegēranya
(slanderously) kuvōvōta
(together in whispers) kunwengurana, kwītōnganya
(to oneself) kwītonganya
(unkindly to each other) kurandagurana
(when one shouldn't) kuyogora
(with someone to try to persuade her to elope) gucīkiza
(to sit together talking for a long time) gutūrika
(one who talks a lot, esp. tells others what to do) ingāre
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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
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ubusage     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) 1. fringe, 2. long hair (with butter and mud in it), 3. lock of hair, 4. corn silk
kugana (-ganye)     v    to tell stories of long ago
stand    guhagarara
(erect) kwēma, kwemarara
(erect for a long time) gushibama
(in a certain place) kubisiriza
(in another's light) gukīnga
(in line) gutōnda
(on tiptoe) gushīnga amano, gusumburuka
(on tiptoe to get something) gusumburukwa
(up) guhaguruka, kuva hasi
(to have one ~ up) guhagarika, guhagurutsa
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wheel    (made of wood or reeds long ago, bicycle wheel) urubangangwe
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kugānza (-gānje)     v    to rule over, govern (past also njije)
ganza, sabwe! long live the king! (greeting to superior)
kuvūnda (-vūnze)   v    1. to lie around ill long time, 2. to be sedentary, 3. to get moldy (esp. manioc or grass)
relate    kudōnda
(stories of long ago) kugana
(to tell others what you've heard) kwīgānira
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imvune (im-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. long garment (trails on ground), 2. break (as bone), fracture
inkōta (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
sword, long knife
gutebana (-tebanye)     v    to keep too long
gutika (-titse)     v    to tell fairy tales (stories passed down from long ago)
kuvōvōta (-vōvōse)   v    1. to talk nonsense when drunk, to say a lot of slanderous talk, 2. to speak incoherently, 3. to rain early in morning or for a long time, 4. to give oneself to the service of Kiranga (also kubāndwa), 5. to divine
garment    umwāmbaro, impūzu
(for work) icāmbazo
(long) umwitēro
(long, trails on ground) imvune
(of barkcloth, nicely sewn) indemano
(outer) ipfūndo, umutamana
(that is too big) igisāga
(that isn't very long) igikwēmu
(with sleeves or armholes) umwīnjiro
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umugāra (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
crown woven of long hair and worn by dancers
umuhoro (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
long handled curved knife
umusoko (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
long thing (esp. stalk of bananas, etc.)
kudēndūka (-dēndūtse)     v    1. to die, perish (esp. of one who has been ill for a long time), 2. to break completely (bone) (vi)
kugishūra (-gishūye)     v    1. to take a thing home from where you've left or put it, 2. to take cows home after being away a long time to pasture
igikwēmu (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
garment that isn't very long
indebuye (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
long narrow sack for food
umugēnde (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
1. canal, tiny stream, 2. long band of cloth
umwitēro (imy-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
long garment
gusamāza (-samāje)     v    1. to wait or long for, 2. to expect, 3. to do something that causes pleasure or amazement, 4. to distract
gutūrika (-tūritse)     v    to sit together talking for a long time
agakarabo (utu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
pot with long narrow neck
guhīmbira (-hīmbiye)     v    1. to steal habitually, 2. to frequently stay away from home, 3. to have long hair
gukūmbura (-kūmbuye)     v    to be lonesome for, to long for, to miss
gushibama (-shibamye)     v    to stand erect for a long time
die    (to) gupfa, gucīkāna, guhwēra, kuranduka
(of king) gutānga
(esp. of one who has been ill for a long time) kudēndūka
(to be about to) kugoyagoya
(suddenly) kweguka, kugaduka
(suddenly and unexpectedly) gukenyuka
(used of person scorned by others) kwijajara
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erect    (to stand) kwēma, kwemarara
(for a long time) gushibama
(one who stands ~) umushibamyi
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hair    (of baby) imvanda
(bit on top of head) isūnzu
(of human head) umushatsi
(except of human head) ubwōya
(one) urwōya
(pubic) inzya
(hair line) amasoso
(long with mud in it) ubusage
(tan in color, goats) umufumbēre
(white from old age) imvi, uruvi
(to cut) kumwa
(to dampen before cutting) kuvubika
(to have long) guhīmbira
(to have shaved off) kwīkemūra
(to let grow long) gutongoza
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head-dress    (woven of long hair and worn by dancers) umugāra
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keep    kugumya
(a fire going) gucānira
(for the night) kurāza
(law) kwītōndera
(things for oneself) kwīgūnga
(too long) gutebana
(not ~ one's wordto do that which one has declared he would not do) kwīrahuruza
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sit    kwīcara
(to ~ fidgeting, or to go from place to place to ~ because others speak evil of you) kuyugayuga
(of kings or rulers) kuvyāgira
(together talking for a long time) gutūrika
(to fix up nice place to ~) gusēzera
(place to ~) icīcaro, umusēzero
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take    gufata, gucakīra, guhitana
(another's place in watching) kubangūra
(apart what has been stuck together) kumatūra
(authority on oneself) kurēngera
(away) gukūra, gushingūra, gutwāra
(away from) kwāka, kunyaga
(away completely) gukōmbōra, gutōngōra
(away with) kuvāna
(by force) kunyaga
(care of) kubungabunga, kwītwaririka
(care of, very good) kubukabuka
(case to chief or court) kubūranya
(case to chief, knowing one is right) gutara
(child in arms) kurera, gukīkira
(council together) guhūza ināma
(cows uphill) kurārūra
(down) kumanura
(down tent) gupāngūra
(everything for oneself) kwīgūngirako
(far away) kwāmbukana
(firm hold of) kubāngiriza
(from another) kwākīra
(from pocket or other concealed place) kugoborora
(here, take this) enda
(hold of) gufata
(hold of person) gusūmira, gushorerakw amaboko
(home) gutāhāna
(home object or cows after being away long time) kugishūra
(in one's arms) kugūmbīra, gukīkira
(mouthful) gutamira
(oath) kurahīra
(off clothes) kwīyambura
(off lid of basket) kurumūra
(out) gusokōra
(out of) gukūra, gusokorora, kugobōtora
(out of hole in ground what one has put there) kuzīkuruka
(outside) gusohora
(picture) gucapura (Sw.)
(place of another) kwākīra
(quickly) gutebūkana
(someone aside) kwīkebana
(someone to chief for trial or accusation) gushengeza
(something out to an appointed place) gusokorora
(to put away) kwāndūra
(to someone) gushīra
(to someone where he is) gusānza
(turns) kwākīrana, kwākīranwa, kuja imbu, gukūranwa
(up space) gutabarara
(walk) kugēndagēnda
(wife) kwābīra
(wife, without marrying her properly) gucīkiza
(with) kujāna
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wait    guhagarara, kwīhāngāna, kurēngagiza, kurorēra
(for) kwītega, kurindīra, kurorēra, gusamāza
(for another a long time) kugungarara
(for someone expected) gutegereza
(opportunity to harm) kuryāmira
(the right moment) guhēngēra
(wait!) hīnge!
(waiting outside because you have no permission to enter with others) umugumo
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wearied    (to be ~, by long speech or delay) kurambirwa
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kēra     adv    1. long ago, 2. far in the future
imihivu    2    long tassel, raphia
umukuza (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
long gourd, sack made of skin
kurambira (-rambiye)     v    to weary by a long speech or delay
kurambirwa (-rambiwe)     v    1. to be wearied by long speech or delay, 2. to become impatient, 3. to be bored
akavutu (utu-  7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
group of people going along
akavuvu   7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
group of people moving along
guheha (-heshe)     v    1. to blow along, 2. to wipe up (esp. mother wiping baby)
gukūbēba (-kūbēvye)     v    to drag along quickly (as wind or river) (vt)
gukūbēbwa (-kūbēbwe)     v    to be dragged along
gukurura (-kuruye)     v    to drag along a very heavy thing
gusagaba (-sagavye)     v    1. to have abundant leaves and branches, 2. to crawl along ground (of vines)
gusegenyesha (-segenyesheje)     v    to cause to move, to roll along
gusegenyeza (-segenyeje)     v    1. to roll along, 2. to carry and put down frequently, 3. to crowd up together (people sitting)
gusūriranya (-sūriranije)     v    to splash and tumble (water in river), to tear along (as rain sweeps away everything), to dig out grass rapidly, to do quickly
guteba (-tevye)     v    1. to be late, 2. to stay long, 3. to delay, 4. to lack
gutītūka (-tītūtse)     v    to be despised, despicable, to be worn out (of soil), no longer produce
gutongoza (-tongoje)     v    1. to leave grass and stuff growing in rugo, 2. to let hair grow long, 3. to lend something and not get it back soon, 4. to entrust something to another and it increases while there
gutōta (-tōse)     v    1. to go along right in path (of animals), 2. to not be side-tracked
gutururuza (-tururuje)     v    1. to push a person down where he belongs, 2. to squelch, 3. to prevent, to stop, 4. to convince, 5. to catch swarming bees
icībare (ivy-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. corner of field belonging to each child, 2. possession (esp. fields or lands), 3. chosen people
igishika (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
thing which one longs for, strong desire
ikigoryi (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
one hard to get along with
ikirende (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. gourd (long), 2. person or animal of very nice disposition, no malice
ikivi (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. piece of land, 2. certain measure of time or place (e.g. that a person is to work, so long, or so big a place), 3. moment
kubūndabūnda (-būndabūnze)     v    1. to hide oneself, 2. sneak along, 3. to go along stooped over
kunonera (-noneye)     v    to skip along
kunyegētera (-nyegēteye)     v    to go through a narrow pass, to creep along, to sneak in
kunyogōmba (-nyogōmvye)     v    1. to drag along, 2. to crawl, 3. to feel cast down
kunyonyera (-nyonyeye)     v    to mince along or take little steps
kurama (-ramye)     v    to be strong, durable, long-lived (things, not people)
kurāmba (-rāmvye)     v    1. to live long, to last long, 2. to be old
kurārāta (-rārāse)     v    to hurry along (as cows to better pasture, or child stumbling after something he wants), to be unstable, to go from one thing to another
kuziza (-zize)   v    to forbid (because you don't want him to get along well), to harm or kill because of revenge
kwīkwega (-īkweze)     v    to drag oneself along, go with difficulty
kwītāra (-ītāze)     v    1. to be determined to get what you want, 2. to be presumptous, 3. put yourself above where you belong
kwīyombayomba (-īyombayomvye)     v    1. to go stealthily, 2. to sneak along
kwūngururuza (-ūngururuje)   v    1. to go forward little by little, 2. to prolong
ago    (long ~) kēra
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blow    (vt) guhūha, guhūngabanya
(vi) guhūngabana
(air into ball) guhaga
(along) guheha
(be blown up) kuboboka
(hard) guhūhūta
(in wind) kuzūnga, kuzūngazūnga
(one's nose) kwīmyīra
(out chaff) kugosōra
(the fire) kwātsa
(up) gupfunereza
(with bellows) kuvuguta
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cloth    igitāmbara
(large, tied on shoulder) umuhagatiro
(long band of) umugēnde
(made of bark) indemano
(plaid) igitāmbara c'ikigoma
(shiny, silk, rayon) ihariri
(very large) igihūzu, uruhūzu
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crawl    kwavūra, gukāmbakāmba, kunyogōmba
(along ground, vines) gusagaba
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creep    (along) kunyegētera
(on hands and knees) kwavūra, gukāmbakāmba, kunyogōmba
(as vine) kurānda, gusagaba
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drag    (to) gukwēga
(along) kunyogōmba
(along quickly) gukūbēba
(along a very heavy thing) gukurura
(on ground) gukūba
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field    ubwātsi, indimiro
(battle) urugāmba
(corner belonging to each child) icībare
(forsaken, abandonded) ikirare
(cultivated) itōngo
(to clean up) gukāngaza
(playground) ikibuga
(airfield) ikibuga c'indege
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gourd    igikunga, ikirende, umutānga
(long) umukuza
(broken) ibibarara
(as object of worship) intendēri
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group    umuce, umuco, igico
(of people) umurwi, intēko
(of people, moving along) akavuvu
(standing or sitting) akarwi
(to be in large ~, cows or people standing) gusagaza
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hurry    kwīhūta, kwīruka, gukovya, gukōkōbereza, gukwākwānya, kunyānyasa, kunyaragasa, kunyaruka, gushibuka
(of child only) kudirigiza
(to go) kubāndānya
(to go and return) gutebūka
(along, as cows to better pasture, or child stumbling after something he wants) kurārāta
(to be in a ~) gufuruguta
(to do in a ~) kubanguka
(to not be in a ~) kwītōnda
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knife    imbugita, icūma
(for cutting banana leaves) urugombōzo
(long) inkōta
(long, broad) umupānga
(long-handled, curved) umuhoro
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live    kuba
(live at, to dwell) gutura
(breathe, to still live) guhēma
(to be alive) kubaho
(to cause to) kubēshaho
(long time) kurāmba
(near a public place) guhorahabona
(together) kwāmana, kubāna, kumana
(long live the king!) ganza, sabwa!
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long-lived    (to bethings, not people) kurama
(people) kurāmba
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mince    (along) kunyonyera
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pasture    (belonging to great chief) icānya
(fresh, new shoots of grass) umugutu
(to ~, vi) kwāhuka
(to ~, vt) kuragira, kurīsha
(animals in good place) kwāhura
(in greener pastures, vt) kugisha
(to lead cows to) guturutsa
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path    inzira, irāngo, umuyobōro
(made by cows) umuhōra
(of water in heavy rain) umuvo
(wide) igihamo
(to go along right in, esp. animals) gutōta
(to go down the middle of) kwātīra
(to light the) kumurika
(to put on the right) guhubūra
(into rugo) umuharuro, umurombero
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people    abantu
(group of) akarwi
(group moving along) akavuvu
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produce    gukora
(heavily or abundantly) gutengengera
(no longer) gutītūka
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prolong    kwūngururuza
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push    gusunika
(another down) gukungagura
(each other) kugundana, gusunurana
(forward) gusekura
(a person down where he belongs) gutururuza
(out, e.g. wind bulging cloth) kubāndūra
(violently) gusunura
(to help to) gusunuza
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put    gushira
(away) kubīka, gushingūra
(away the harvest) kwīmbura
(away beans for a year) guhitiza
(away for a year, to be ~) guhitira
(away, for several years) guhitikirana, guhitirana
(away, to take to) kwāndūra
(back) gusubīza
(bees in new hive) kwātira
(down) guhwāmika
(down roughly) gusekura
(forth new leaves) kurēmba
(hand to face in gesture of surprise) kujorerwa
(handle on) gukwikira
(higher) gukiriza
(in certain place) kugabānyānya
(in order) kurorānya
(into water) kurobeza
(near fire to dry) gutara
(on clothes) kwāmbara, kwīyambika
(on nice smelling stuff) kwōsa
(off doing what one should) kwīrengagiza
(oneself above where he belongs) kwītāra
(out fire, light) kuzimya
(out great branches) gusagarara
(out in sun) kwānikira
(outside) gusohora
(right) gutūngānya
(skin of dead calf before cow to make her give milk) kwōrokēra
(something cool on burn) gupfuvya
(somewhere) gushiraho
(things together) kurementanya, gusorōranya
(to bed) kuryāmika
(together) kwegeraniriza, guhūza, gutororokanya, kwegeranya
(to one side) guherereza
(to sleep) gusinziriza
(to work) kwāhura
(up, e.g. arms) gutarika
(up bee hive) kwegeka
(wood on fire) gukomānya
(yeast in beer) kubetera
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roll    umuzīngo
(of church members) itōrero
(to roll, vi) gutembagara
(about, vt) kujegeza
(about on ground, vi) kuvurūnga, kwītēmbagaza
(along) gusegenyeza, gusegenyēsha
(over) gutēmbagaza
(up) gukuba,
(vt) kuzīnga
(up several times) kuzīngazīnga
(up, vi) kwīzingīra
(up, a skin that's been wet, vi) gukōba
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sack    umupfuko, isaho
(burlap) igunira
(long narrow for food) indebuye
(made of skin) umukuza
(to tie neck of) kuniga
(to tie up hole in) gutubika
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skip    (along) kunonera
(over) kurēngānya
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sneak    (along) kubūndabūnda, kwīyombayomba
(in) kunyegētera
(out) kwīyonjorora
(out of an argument or obligation) kwīdohōra
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stoop    gutumbūra
(down) kujōndamika, kwūbama
(over) kwūnama
(to go along stooped over) kubūndabūnda
(to make another ~) kwūnamika
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tassel    (long) imihivu
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tear    (vi) gucīka, kumānyuruka, gutabuka, gutantamuka
(vt) gutabura, gutantamura
(along, water, rain) gusūriranya
(away) gushikura
(big hole, vi) kumānyuka
(big rip, vi) kumwanyuruka
(clothes, vt) gukākagura
(clothes in anger) gukākura, kumwāga
(down) guhenura, guhomvora, guhonyora, gusambūra, gusangangura
(down nest) kwāruza
(in pieces) gutabagura
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under-clothing    (long one piece garment) umugega
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worn out   (clothes) agashāmbara, umushāmbara
(mat) umusāmbi
(thing) akāhebwe, umushiro
(to be, of soil no longer productive) gutītūka
(to become) gusāza, gucobogora, gutama
(to repair repeatedly something absolutely ~) gusanasana
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person    umuntu
(bad) umubi
(Black or African) umwirabura
(cross) ibāmba
(courageous) intwāri
(dedicated to Kiranga) igihwēba, igishegu
(dishonest) igihūmbu
(elderly) umusāza
(fearful) igihumura
(from far away) umunyankīko
(good, kind, just, holy, righteous) umwerānda
(grammar, ~ of verb) umuvugwa
(handsome) umuhizi
(hard to get along with) ikigoryi
(harsh) umuhāmbāzi
(honest, speaking truth) imvugakuri, umunyakuri
(honorable) umupfāsoni, umwūbahwa, nyakubahwa
(intelligent, skilled, eloquent) umuhānga
(kind and charitable) umukūndanyi
(lovable) umunyagikūndiro
(malformed) ikirema
(mean and quarrelsome) ikijōra
(meek) umugwanēza
(merciful) umunyembabazi
(miserable) umugōrwa
(of high rank, noble character) umupfāsoni
(of nice disposition) ikirende
(one by himself) inyakamwe
(sharp) inkazi
(skillful) umuntu w'inkuba, umugesera
(strong) umunyenkomezi
(stubborn) intakonywa, intābwīrwa
(tall, fat) ikigwīnyīra
(weak) umugoyigoyi, urudēndevu
(white) umuzungu, umwera
(who is great, severe, wise) akaranda
(with many children) umurēngera
(worthy of praise or love) umunyagikūndiro
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 long found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 9   Adjectives II
lesson 13   Class 4 iki–, ibi–
lesson 23   Class 6 uru–, in–
lesson 34   Chart of the Classes
lesson 51   Ordinary Past Tense I
lesson 52   Rules for Past Endings
lesson 71   Far Past Tense
lesson 72   Negative of Far Past
lesson 73   Father and Mother
lesson 87   Demonstrative Adjectives II
lesson 89   Not Yet Tense
lesson 97   Adjective –he?
lesson 115   Prepositional Suffixes
lesson 123   Narrative Tenses I
lesson 124   Narrative Tenses II
 long found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 1   Compound Past Tenses
chapter 2   Compound Future Tenses, Compound Conditional
chapter 80   Expressions of Farewell
 long found in: Music & Lyrics
Music    Nzotegereza