lose    guhōmba, guta, gutakaza
(by death) gupfīsha
(by death, one's child) gupfusha
(interest) gutenzēkanya, gutezēkanya, gutēzūra
(one another) gutāna
(one's head) gucika ivutu, kuzimagirika
(one's husband or wife by death) gupfākara
(one's zeal or enthusiasm) kudehūra
(original force) gutītūra
(to cause to) gutēsha
(to ~ elections) gutindwa amatora
(to ~ reason) gusara
(to make another ~ his case) kuzingirikira
(one who has lost everything in trial) imvumure
(weight) kugōgōra
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-ōse   adv    1. all, every, each, 2. whole, entire, entirely
bōse, gōse, etc.
case    (container) urwūbati
(law) ibūrana
(to declare one's case at a trial) gusāmba
(to know the facts of) guhinyura
(to make another lose his) kuzingirikira
(to take ~ to chief) kubūranya
(to take ~ to chief, knowing one is right) gutara
(to win ~) gutsīnda
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gusara (-saze)     v    to become crazy, foolish, to lose reason
force    (to) kugōbēra, guhadikiriza, kuzingirikira
(someone to do something against his will) guhāta
(to obey) kugandūra
(to lose original ~) gutītūra
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gucīka ivutu (-cītse)   phr    1. to lose one's head, 2. to be terrified
kugōgōra (-gōgōye)     v    to get very thin, lose a lot of weight
guhōmvya (-hōmbeje)     v    to cause to lose
gupfīsha (-pfīshije)     v    to lose (by death), cause to die
gupfūsha (-pfūshije)     v    to lose one's child (by death)
kujujutisha (-jujutishije)     v    to make one lose one's head
kuzimagirika (-zimagiritse)   v    1. to get really lost and wander about, to err, 2. to lose one's head
head    umutwe
(cold in) agahiri, akamango
(of grain) umuhānyu
(pad, when carrying load) ingata, urugata
(to head up, grain) kubogeka, guhaga, kuyāngika
(to head up, cabbage) gufumbata
(to bow one's) kwūnama
(to carry on) kwīremēka, kwīkorera
(to lift up) kuraramuka
(to lose one's) gucika ivutu, kuzimagirika
(to raise one's) kwūnamūka, kwūnamūra, kurāngamīza
(to remove load from) gutūra
(to shake one's ~ in anger or disgust) kuzūnguza umutwe
(to tip back) kurarama
(to tip to one side) guhengama
(to turn one's) gukebuka
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wife    umugēnzi, umugore
(abandoned) intabwa
(favorite) inkūndwākazi
(wife of) muka
(wife of king, chief) umwāmikazi
(to bring back ~ after she's gone home) gucūra
(to lose ~ by death) gupfākara
(to send ~ back to husband when she's gone home) gucūrira
(to take) kwābīra
(to take, without marrying her properly) gucīkiza
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zeal    umwēte, umwītwaririko, ishāka, ifūhe
(to have) gushiruka umwete, gushira igikonyo
(to lose one's) kudehūra
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kubura Shinge na Rugero (-buze)   phr    to lose control, to fail badly (Shinge and Rugero are two strategic hills that Rwanda lost to Burundi in a famous historic battle between the two kingdoms)
guta (-tāye)     v    1. to throw away, to throw, to discard, 2. to lose
kubura (-buze)     v    1. to lack, 2. fail to find, 3. to miss, 4. to lose control over
gutāna (-tānye)     v    1. to go separate ways, 2. to bring loss or failure, 3. to be unsuccessful, 4. to be unable to do what one attempts, 5. to lose one another
reason    inyānduruko, inkomānzi, impāmvu, imvo, igituma
(to ~ with someone to try to persuade her to elope) gucīkiza
(to ~ within oneself) kwībūranya
(to be tired without ~) kudendebukirwa
(to lose ~) gusara
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weaker    (to lose original force, to be ~) gutītūra
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weight    uburiba
(to lose) kunamba
(to lose a lot of ~) kugōgōra
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gutēzūra (-tēzūye)     v    to fail to keep one's promise, to let go of what you've started to take or do, to lose interest
gutītūra (-tītūye)     v    1. to hate, despise, 2. to disillusion, 3. to cause people to hate that which they had liked, 4. to lose original force, to weaken
gutītūza (-tītūje)     v    to cause to lose original force, to cause to disillusion
kudehūra (-dehūye)     v    1. to lose one's zeal or enthusiasm, 2. to fail to do what you intended
kunamba (-namvye)   v    1. to struggle, have a difficult life, 2. to lose weight
control    (to ~) gutwāra
(to ~ onself) kwīfata
(to lose ~ over) kubura
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husband    umugabo, umugēnzi
umucance (lit. one who broke the hymen)
(to lose one's ~ by death) gupfākara
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gupfākara (-pfākaye)     v    to lose one's husband or wife by death
interest    amatsiko
(to ~) kuryōsha, kwitaho
(to lose) gutenzēkanya, gutēzūra, gutezēkanya
(economy) inyungu, ipurusa
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elections    amatora
(organize ~) gutegura amatora
(to win ~) gutsinda amatora
(to lose ~) gutindwa amatora
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gutezēkanya (-tezekanye)     v    1. to lose interest, 2. to not keep at the job faithfully
enthusiasm    umwēte
(to lose one's) kudehūra, gutenzekanya, gutēzūra
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gutenzēkanya (-tenzekanye)     v    1. to lose interest, 2. to not keep at the job faithfully
kuzingirikira (-zingirikiye)   v    to force, to command a person to do what he doesn't want to, use violence, to make another lose his case
ivutu   3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
(no pl.) 1. terror, 2. horror
gucika ivutu 1. to lose one's head, 2. to be terrified
gufumbata (-fumbase)     v    1. to close hands together, 2. to head up (e.g. cabbage)
gufunga (-funze)     v    (Sw.) to close, to shut
guhāngāza (-hāngāje)     v    1. to close entrance with branches, 2. to defend, protect (old meaning), 3. to be almost time to do something
guhindira (-hindiye)     v    to close up completely (esp. cows)
guhishūra (-hishūye)     v    1. to reveal, to disclose, 2. remove from hiding
guhōmba (-hōmvye)     v    1. to be fragile (esp. of clay pot), 2. to be poorly made, 3. to lose, make no profit
guhumiriza (-humirije)     v    to close one's eyes
gukīnga (-kīnze)     v    1. to shield something, protect, shelter, 2. stand in another's light, 3. to close, to lock
gukīngiriza (-kīngirije)     v    to close, shield with
gukingīsha (-kingīshije)     v    to protect, cover with, close with
gukīngwa (-kīnzwe)     v    to be closed, protected
guserura (-seruye)     v    1. to disclose, 2. to show, cause to appear, 3. make known
guserurwa (-seruwe)     v    to be disclosed
gutakaza (-takaje)     v    to lose, cause to be lost
gutangīra (-tangīriye)   v    1. to hinder, 2. to close or block path, 3. to dam up
gutēsha (-tēsheje)     v    1. to hinder, 2. to cause to lose, 3. to deprive, 4. to inconvenience, to embarrass
hāfi   adv    near, nearby, close by, nigh, about, around, approximately, roughly, or so, around
ikigo (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
enclosed backyard (private place)
impatane (im-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. stocks (for prisoner), 2. trees grown very close together, 3. teeth very close together
incuti (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. relative, 2. close friend (old)
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)
kunyegurura (-nyeguruye)     v    to reveal, disclose, bring from hiding
kurumya (-rumye)     v    to close, cover (as basket)
kuzūnguriza (-zūngurije)   v    to turn about (vt), to surround, to enclose
kwēgera (-ēgereye)     v    1. to approach, to draw near, 2. to draw close
kwegerana (-egeranye)     v    to get close together, crowd together (vi)
kwegeranya (-egeranije)     v    to put things (or people) close together
kwōma (-ōmye)     v    1. to adhere to, 2. to follow closely
kwūgara (-ūgaye)   v    to close, shut
kwūgarira (-ūgariye)   v    to close the entrance of the kraal
kwūgariza (-ūgarije)   v    to cause to close
kwūgarwa (-ūgawe)   v    to be closed
kwūnamika (-ūnamitse)   v    to make another to look down, close his eyes, stoop
umugēnzi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
companion, friend (not close)
umukozi mugenzi collegue
barrier    (to close path) gutangīra
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branch    ishami
(serving to close entrance) imyugariro, imihogero, imihangazo
(to cut off) gukōkōra
(to put forth) gushamika
(to put out great) gusagarara, gutabarara
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cellulose    imfungurwa ziva mu biterwa, zifasha amara gukora neza, ubugwegwe bashobora guhinguramwo impuzu
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close    (to) gufunga (Sw.), gukīnga, gukīngiriza, kurumya, kwūgara
(doors of royal place) kujīsha
(entrance with branches) guhāngāza
(hands together) gufumbata
(one's eyes) guhumiriza
(path) gutangīra
(to make another to ~ his eyes) kwūnamika
(up completely) guhindira
(to get close together) kwegerana
(to put things or people ~ together) kwegeranya
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disclose    guhishura, guserura, kunyegurura
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doorway    umuryāngo
(to close ~ with branches) guhāngāza
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enclose    kuzūnguriza
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eye    ijīsho
(to close one's eyes) guhumiriza
(to cut ~ out) kunogora
(to fall into, or hurt) gutosekaza
(to get something in) gutosekara
(to make another close his) kwūnamika
(top open) gukanura
(to open ~ of another) guhumūra
(to remove foreign body from ~) gutosōra
(to wash in one's ~) kwīhumūra
(foreign body in) igitotsi
(matter in) ibikaragāshi
('sand', esp. a certain type of conjunctivitis) uburire
('sand' on awakening) ibirashi
(tiny insect in) akanyarira jisho
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follow    kugendanira, guherekeza, gukurikira, gukwirikira
(after) kunyurana
(closely) kwōma
(a fad) guharara
(old customs) kuzīrōra
(one after the other) gukurikirana
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friend    umugēnzi
(close ~) umukūnzi
(intimate ~, the one you share your last hidden food with) somambike
(most intimate ~, ”you die - I die”) pfampfe
(to visit a ~) kubūngirana
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get    kuronka, guhabwa
(angry, suddenly when one has been talking nicely) kugangabuka
(big, skin in water) kubōmbōka
(close together) kwegerana
(dark, late) kwīra
(dirty) kwāndura
(food for oneself) gutāra
(~ out of the car) kuva mu modoka, gusohoka mu modoka
(~ out of my way!) have! vaho!
(~ out of there) have, vaho
(left behind as you stare at something) kurēngāra
(something in eye) gutosekara
(thin) kugeruka
(thin, very) kugōgōra
(up) guhaguruka, kuvyūka
(up, quickly) kubaduka
(up, to help another ~) kuvyūra
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hands    (to close together) gufumbata
(to pour water on another's) kwūhīra
(imperatif: ”hold out your ~!”) tega iminwe
(to lay ~ on) kurambikakw ibigānza
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lock    (to ~, to close) gukīnga
(to ~ person up) kudādira
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teeth    amēnyo (see also tooth)
(grinding of) insya z'amēnyo
(very close together) impatane
(to brush the) kwīnyugunura, kwīyugunyura
(to get the first) kwēra
(to grit) gukomānya, kuzyēgenya
(to grit one's ~ to avoid showing pain) gushinyanga, gushinyiriza
(to notch) guhongora
(to pull) guhongora
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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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tree    igiti
(fruit tree) igiti c'ivyamwa
(base of) igitsina, itsina
(trunk) umutūmba
(small ones around big one) umuvyāro
(big spreading) umutagare
(palm) ikigazi
(small, palmlike) igisāndasānda
(of whih bark was used for clothing) umumānda, icōmore, umuvumu, ikivumu
(of which bark is used for rope) umuvūmvu
(to be many) gusagāra
(to climb) kwūrira
(to climb down) kwūruruka
(to cut) gukera, gutema, guca
(to cut off top) gukēmūra
(trees grown very close together) impatane
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 lose found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 102   Miscellaneous Words
lesson 110   Review 101 - 109
 lose found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 31   Causatives formed irregularly
 lose found in: Music & Lyrics
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