low    –gufi, –gufiya, –gufinya
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evening    (later afternoon) umugorōba
(early) akagorōba
(when sun is very low but still visible) ikirēngazūba
(to be or become ~) kugorōba
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sun    izūba
(red sun when very low at night) igihendabaja
(to rise) kurasa
(to set) kurēnga
(to bring things in from) kwānura
(to put out in) kwānikira
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igihendabaja     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
red sun when very low at night
ikirēngazūba     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
(no pl.) evening (when sun is very low but still visible)
-gufi     adj    1. short, 2. low, 3. shallow
gucisha bugufi to humble
-gufīnya   adj    1. short, 2. low, 3. shallow
-gufīya   adj    1. short, 2. low, 3. shallow
-tugutu   adj    1. yellow, 2. orange (color), 3. purple, reddish
agasendabageni (udu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
just below eye, cheekbone
agashirukabute (udu-  7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
1. tip, 2. bonus, 3. fee, 4. allowance
agashusho (udu-  7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
guy, fellow
akayōmbēro   7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) gentle flowing of river
amashigisha    5    corn of a certain kind (yellow)
buhoro     adv    1. slowly, 2. slightly, lightly
buhoro-buhoro   adv    1. very slowly, 2. little by little, 3. gently, 4. carefully, 5. softly, lightly, slightly
bukebuke   adv    slowly, little by little, step by step (from -ke)
ende     1. allow me, permit (invariable), 2. here take this
epfo   adv    down, below
gucudika (-cuditse)     v    1. to be reconciled, 2. to have fellowship or friendship with
gufatanya (-fatanije)     v    1. to have fellowship, 2. to connect with one another, 3. to stick together (vt)
guhaga (-haze)   v    1. to begin to head up (as grain), 2. to fight one bigger than yourself, 3. to blow air into (ball)
guharara (-haraye)     v    1. to start up from ground (like locusts), 2. to be fickle, 3. like for a short time, 4. to like novelties, 5. follow a fad
guharira (-hariye)     v    1. to forgive, 2. to grant to, 3. to allow another to dominate, 4. to scrape, etc., at, for
guheha (-heshe)     v    1. to blow along, 2. to wipe up (esp. mother wiping baby)
guherekeza (-herekeje)     v    1. to accompany, 2. to follow
guherekezwa (-herekejwe)     v    1. to be followed, 2. to be accompanied
guheza (-heje)     v    1. to finish, to complete, to end (vt), 2. to achieve, 3. to conclude, 4. to exhaust
(often used for 'then' when one action is directly followed by another, e.g. Umwigisha ahanura abana, araheza arabasezera = the teacher admonished the children, then he bid them goodbye)
guhubura (-hubuye)     v    to dig and break through to hollow place
guhūha (-hūshe)     v    to blow, to stoke (fire)
guhūhira (-hūhiye)     v    to blow at, for
guhūhīsha (-hūhīshije)     v    to cause to blow, help to blow, blow with
guhūhūta (-hūhūse)     v    to blow hard
guhūhūta (-hūhūshe)   v    to blow hard (rare)
guhūhwa (-hūshwe)     v    to be blown on
guhūngabana (-hūngabanye)     v    to blow (in wind) (vi)
guhūngabanya (-hūngabanije)     v    to blow (vt)
gukavya (-kabiye)     v    to put food in sun to dry, to dry up (flower, corn silk)
gukoragurika (-koraguritse)     v    1. to fall down continually, in abundance (as branches blown down), 2. to run downhill
gukorogoshora (-korogoshoye)     v    1. to chip stone, 2. make holes in stone, 3. to hollow out
gukūndira (-kūndiye)     v    1. to allow, 2. to love one for something
gukurikira (-kurikiye)     v    to follow
gukurikirana (-kurikiranye)     v    1. to follow one after the other, 2. to pursue, 3. to monitor
gukurikiza (-kurikije)     v    to cause to follow
gukuririrwa (-kuririwe)     v    to be followed, to have younger brothers or sisters
gukwirikira (-kwirikiye)     v    to follow
gupfunereza (-pfunereje)     v    to cause to eat a lot, to blow up (vt), or fill up (vt)
gusegura (-seguye)     v    to put head on pillow
gusēsekara (-sēsekaye)     v    to run over, spill over, overflow
gusiba (-sivye)     v    1. to lie fallow, to cease to be used (path), 2. to slander
gutamira (-tamiye)     v    1. to swallow, 2. to take a mouthful
gutamirwa (-tamiwe)     v    to be swallowed, put in mouth
gutēmba (-tēmvye)     v    1. to fall, flow, run (as water), 2. to be sloping
gutēmbera (-tēmbeye)     v    to flow into
gutemura (-temuye)     v    to cut with one blow
guturika (-turitse)     v    1. to burst, 2. to break out (as with rash), to erupt, 3. to explode, detonate, blow up
hāsi     adv    on the ground, floor, down, below
hēpfo     adv    down, below, down there
ibibōgabōga    4    (no sing.) overflow
ibihogo    4    (no pl.) dark yellow, brown
ibikwirikira  4    to following, the next
ikembe (i-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
lamellophone composed of a hollowed-out box on which are fixed strips of metal or bamboo of various lengths
ikidēngēri (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
pool, place where water has overflowed its banks, floods
ikirungu (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
bulb (as of flower)
ikivūmvu (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
shallow basket
injebejebe (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
wrinkle (actually, turning down of lower lip), red thing on chicken below beak (wattle)
intorobwa (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
ovary of flower
isage (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
pistil of flower
ishike (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
yellow daisy
ishūrwe (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
kubēnja (-bēnje)     v    1. to ripen, 2. become yellow or reddish
kubēnjūka (-bēnjūtse)     v    1. to fade, 2. become pale, yellowish green, 3. to change color
kubisa (-bishije)     v    to make place, allow to pass
kubisiriza (-bisirije)     v    to stand in a certain place to allow another to pass
kubōga (-bōze)     v    1. to spit up milk (of baby), 2. to be full, 3. to be overflowing
kubōgabōga (-bōgabōze)     v    to overflow, be full to overflowing
kugendanira (-gendaniye)     v    1. to follow, 2. accompany, 3. obey (a chief or superior)
kugosōra (-gosōye)     v    to blow out chaff
kugoyagoya (-goyagoye)     v    1. to do something unwillingly, 2. to be weak, 3. to limp, 4. to go slowly, 5. to be about to die, 6. to flutter, 7. waver (as flame in wind)
kumanura (-manuye)     v    to lower, cause to descend, bring down, take down, drop down
kumira (-mize)     v    to swallow
kumiragura (-miraguye)     v    to swallow gluttonously
kumirira (-miriye)     v    to swallow at, for
kumirīsha (-mirīshije)     v    to cause to swallow, help to swallow
kumirwa (-mizwe)     v    to be swallowed
kunyurana (-nyuranye)     v    1. to alternate, to diverge 2. follow after, 3. be opposite, 4. to cross on path
kuramagiza (-ramagije)     v    to give too much to swallow at a time
kuramuka (-ramutse)     v    1. to be, to start the day
aramutse agenda and then he went
2. to be skinned by a blow
kureka (-retse)     v    1. to let, allow, permit, 2. to end, stop, cancel
kurekura (-rekuye)     v    1. to release, to allow to go, 3. to send back
kuva (-vuye)   v    1. to come from, 2. to shed, 3. to leak, 4. to let flow from
kuva mu modoka to get out of the car
have get out of my way, get out of there
vaho (same as have)
kuvīra (-vīriye)   v    1. to flow out, 2. to be spilled, 3. to shed, to pour, 4. to leave from
kuvīsha (-vīshije)   v    to allow, cause to flow, to be shed
kuvuguta (-vuguse)   v    1. to blow with bellows, 2. to stoke (fire), 3. to squeeze out banana juice
kuyēngēsha (-yēngēsheje)   v    to allow to burn
kuyōmbekēra (-yōmbekēye)   v    to flow softly, quietly (of water)
kuzūnga (-zūnze)   v    to blow in the wind, to be unsteady
kuzūngazūnga (-zūnze)   v    to blow in the wind, to be unsteady
kwāndāra (-āndāye)     v    1. to go slowly (of convalescent), 2. to convalesce, 3. to make an effort
kwātsa (-ākije)     v    (from kwaka) 1. to blow the fire, 2. to light a fire
kwātura (-ātuye)     v    1. to make known, 2. bring into open from hidden place, 3. to confess, 4. to pronounce clearly, to articulate, 5. to open (flower)
kwīburuka (-īburutse)     v    1. to come up out of water, 2. to flow
kwīmyīra (-īmyīriye)     v    to blow one's nose, to wipe one's nose
kwīsegura (-īseguye)     v    to lie on a pillow, to make a sick person lean on one
kwīyūhīra (-iyūhīye)   v    to drink from the hollow of one's hand
kwōma (-ōmye)     v    1. to adhere to, 2. to follow closely
kwōnesha (-ōnesheje)     v    to allow or cause goat to destroy garden
kwōtesha (-ōtesheje)     v    to invite to or allow to warm oneself
umubangabanga (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
lower jaw
umugano (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
hollow bamboo, pipe, tube
umugēndanyi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
follower, companion
umugina (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
1. light yellow, 2. reddish, 3. white ant hill
umuhamagazi (aba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
lowest rank in traditional Burundian administration
umuhōndo (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
umukakampiri (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
red flowering vine
umupfūnda (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
wave, rapid flowing of water, blood, etc.
umuramu (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
mark of a blow, welt
umusego (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
cushion, pillow
umusēsekara (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
surplus, overflow
umushike (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
fallow land, needing work before planting
umutobotobo (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
thorn tree with yellow balls
umutugutu (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
1. yellow, 2. orange (color), 3. purple, 4. yellow of eggs (yolk)
umuvuba (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
umuvuguvugu (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
sound of stick or string whipped through air, sound of things blown by wind, whir
umuvuzamurisho (aba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
traditional drummer, following the movement of the dancer
umweza (imy-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
stamen of flower
urutaro (in-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
fan (to blow out chaff)
allow    gukūndira, kureka
(to go) kurekura
(to pass) kubisa
(another to dominate) guharira
(another to pass) kubisiriza
(allow me) enda
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basket    (big) intonga, igitēbō
(deep, uncovered) ikigagara, igisāmba, igisāngāza
(flat, small) icibo
(flat with lid) inkōko
(little) akēbo
(shallow) ikivūmvu
(tall) inkēnga
(tall, pointed) igiseke, igisīmbo
(border of) umusōzo
(lid, cover) umutemere
(nicely made) indemano
(to cover) kurumya
(to remove lid) kurumūra
(to be upside down) kwūbika
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bellows    umuvuba
(to blow with) kuvuguta
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below    hēpfo
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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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bulb    iteke
(as of flower) ikirungu
(light) ampuru, irampuru
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bunch    (of flowers) umukama w'amashurwe
(plants) umukama, umuganda, umupfungo, agatekero
(of grass at top of hut) isūnzu
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chaff    umuguruka, umurāyi
(fan to blow off) urutaro
(mixed with grain) ibikūmbi
(pile of chaff and grain) ubukūmbi
(to blow out) kugosōra
(to rub grain to take off) kuvūngura
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colour    irāngi
(black) umukata, umufyiri, agafyīri,
(very) umuvyiro
(black mud) urushānga
(blue) ubururu
(brown) ibihogo
(brown, light) akagājo, umuyēnzi
(brownish black cow) ikirāyi
(gray) -vivi, agahīza, akavūzo, uruvūzo
(green) akātsi gatoto
(orange) umutugutu
(red, like mud) agahama
(tan hair, of goats) umufūmbere
(very white) derere
(yellow) umuhōndo, umutugutu
(yellow, dark) ibihogo
(yellow, light, reddish) umugina
(to be black) kwīrabura
(to be white) kwēra
(to become yellow or reddish, in ripening) kubēnja
(to colour) kuraba
(to ~ in) gusiga amabara
(to change ~, fade) kubēnjūka, kubēngūka
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corn    ikigōri
(cob) igitiritiri
(early kind) isega
(kind with big kernel) ikijigo
(ground corn that has first been roasted) igikweme
(silk) ubusage
(tender new) igishōro
(yellow kind) amashigisha
(to shell) guhungura, kuvūngurīsha
(wheat) ingano
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cut    (to ~) guca, gutānya, gukata (Sw.)
(to be ~) gucībwa
(banana leaves) kugombōra
(banana stalk) gutūmbūra, guhānyura
(chop with hoe or other instrument) kujema
(crosswise) kugegena
(down trees left after fire has passed over) gutōngōra
(easily) gutemuka
(easily, grass) kwāhirika
(eyes out) kunogora
(grass) gutema, gukera, gukerera
(grass for use) kwāhira
(grass or brush in order to see path or object) guhūnja
(hair) kumwa
(in big chunks) guketagura
(in even lengths) gucacūra
(in many pieces) guhimbagura
(in pieces) gukebagura
(lengthwise) kwōmānza, gusatura
(meat, finger, etc.) gukeba
(neck of animal) gukerera
(off) gukona
(off branches) gukōkōra
(off tail of animal) gukēmūra
(off top of tree) gukēmūra
(tree) gukera, gutema, guca
(trees for building) guhimbura
(up) gukekagura
(up into small pieces) gukeka
(up small as reeds, boards) gutemagura
(trees or sticks) kugegena
(with one blow) gutemura
(with sawing motion) gukerera
(wood in short bits) kunyuramwo
(wool of sheep) gukēmūra
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daisy    (yellow) ishike
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dig    kwīmba, kurima
(and break through to hollow place) guhubura
(as chicken does) gukoba
(out grass rapidly) gusūriranya
(under crop, grass) kuzika
(up) gusibanganya
(up the earth) gutaba
(up sweet potatoes with fingers, or, to make hole for setting out tree) gukoba
(to be impossible to dig even though water is on top) gutūta
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dominate    kugaba, guhahaza
(allow another to ~) guharira
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drink    (anything to be drunk) ikinyōbwa
(sweet banana) umutobe
(soft ~) ifanta
(to ~) kunywa
(to ~, of king) gukamagura
(animals, go to ~) gushōka
(after a meal) kwīshōza
(all there is in a container) kwūgunyuza
(to cease to ~) guhodoka
(from a reed) gusōma
(from hollow of one's hand) kwīyūhīra
(in) kubōmba
(to lead animals to ~) gushōra
(to make one ~, pour milk down throat) kuramiza
(to refuse to eat and ~ with) kunēna
(to go where others are drinking in hopes of getting some) kuvūmba
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fad    (to follow a) guharara
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fall    kugwa, gutēmba
(accidentally on spear and be injured) gushōka
(and hurt oneself) kunywāguka
(and skin oneself) gukungagurika
(before) kwikubita imbere
(down) kwikubita hasi, kwītēmbagaza
(down, as branches blown down) gukoragurika
(down, as house) guhenuka, guhomyoka, gusambūka, gusēnyuka, gusituka
(down continually or in abundance) gukoragurika
(down together, usually in fright) guhindikirana
(down from above) kweguka, gukoroka, gushunguruka, gutibuka
(from high above) guhanantuka
(from stalk) guhūnguka
(heavily, rain) kuzibiranya
(in cascade) gushunguruka, gusūma
(in, cause to) gusitura
(in love) kubēnguka
(into water or food) kudibuka
(not fall, rain) gutara
(to the ground) guhūndagara
(with) gukorokana
(with a din) guhongoroka
(to cause to fall) kugwisha, gukungagura, gutēmvya
(to cause to fall down) guhenura, gusēnyura, gukorora
(let fall drop by drop) gutōnyāngiriza
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fallow    (to lie) gusiba
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fan    (to blow off chaff) urutaro
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fellow    agashusho, agacapo k'umuntu
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fire    umuriro
(bit of) umucānwa
(built for cows) icōtero
(made in enclosure for animals) igicāniro
(to blow the) kwātsa
(to destroy by) kuyigiza
(to extinguish) kuzimya
(to go out) kuzima
(to keep ~ going) gucānira
(to light) kudomeka
(to make, start, build) gucāna, gukongereza
(to put out) kuzimya
(to put wood on ~) gukomānya
(to set ~ to) guturira
(to fire from job, dismiss, throw out of house) kwirukana
(altar fire) igicāniro
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flow    kwiburuka, gutēmba
(into) gutēmbera
(out) kuvīra
(softly, quietly, water) kuyōmbekēra
(let ~ from) kuva
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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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full    (to be) kwūzura
(to be absolutely ~ to brim) gutētera
(to be almost, waterpot) gucagatira
(to overflowing) kubōga, kubōgabōga
(too full) gufunereza
(having eaten, or full of air) kubobōka
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go    kugenda, kwigira, kuja
(after) kugīra
(ahead a little) kwūnguruza
(all through a house) kuvōgera
(around) kuzunguruka, gukīkira, gukīkuza, kuzīngūka
(around difficulty) kuzunguruka umutego, gukikuza umutego
(around 'Robinhood's barn') gukingitiranya
(aside with someone to talk privately) kwīkebukana
(astray) kuzimira
(away secretly) kwīdohōra
(back and forth) kunyura
(back on what he said, make one) kurahuruza
(backward) kwītūtānya, kugēnda umugōngo
(backward inadvertently) gufūtānya
(beyond) kurēnga
(by car) kugēnda n'umuduga
(by boat) kugēnda n'ubwato
(by land rather than cross river or lake) guca i musozi
(carefully not knowing path) kwātīra
(elsewhere) kugerēra
(everywhere) gukwiragirana, guhetūra
(far away) kwāmbuka, guhaba
(for food) gusuma
(forward) gutēra imbere
(forward little by little) kwūngururuza, kwūnguruza
(forward steadily) kuramiriza
(for a walk) kugēndagēnda
(from one thing to another) kurārāta
(from place to place) kunyuragiza, kuyugayuga
(gaily) kudayadaya
(here and there, child) kurērēta
(home) gutāha, kuganūka
(home from work) kugodoka
(home, of wife when angry) kugēnda buje
(into danger without regard to oneself) kwīroha
(let's go!) hoji, hogi, tugende
(naked) gufurama, kugēnda amēnya, kugēnda gusa
(on tiptoe) kuyōmbōka
(out, fire, light) kuzima
(out to a certain place) gusokoroka
(outside) gusohoka
(to prepare to go) kwīkora
(quietly) kuyōmbōka
(rapidly) gukinagira
(reluctantly) kwīyumānganya
(right in path, animal) gutōta
(round) gukikuza
(secretly because of fear) kwōmba
(seperate ways) gutāna
(slowly) kugoyagoya
(slowly, of convalescent) kwāndāra
(softly) kuyōmbōka
(steadily forward) kuramiriza
(stealthily) kunyobanyoba, kwiyombayomba, kuyombayomba
(straight forward) gutūmbereza
(through a narrow pass) kunyegētera
(to bed) kuryāma
(to chief or superior for something) kwītwāra, gushengera, gushengerera
(to find food) gusuma
(to help another in his work) gusāsīra
(to meal uninvited) kwigemagema
(to meet) gusanganira, gutegēra
(together to produce food for guests) gutērēra
(together to see, crowd) gukōndōrera
(toward) kurora, kwerekera, kwerekeza
(uncertain of the way) guhushagirika
(uncertainly) kudāguza
(up, as hill) kudūga
(up in smoke) gupfūnduka
(walking, esp. at night) kwīkanya
(to wedding) gutāha ubukwe
(well, to cause to ~) kugēnza
(with) kwāmbukana, kujāna
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have    –fise, kugira, gutūnga
(absolutely all one wants, and to be a bit showy about it) kunyananyaya
(abundance) kudibama, guhīmba
(always) guhorana
(bad habits, having had good) gufūtāna
(diarrhea) gucībwamwo, guhitwa, kudodomwa, kwīruka, gushuruza
(done recently) guherūka
(fellowship) gufatanya
(fellowship with) gucudika
(fever) kurwara inyonko
(for) –fitiye
(friendhsip with) gucudika
(holes from rust) kunyengetērwa
(much, may be even lots of debts or trouble) kuroranirwa
(pain) kubabara
(sex) kuryamana, kwenda, kurongorana, kurya umwana
(sloping sides, like soup dish) gufukūra
(speech impediment) kugobwa
(things in common) kubūngirana
(to ~ to) kurīnda, –kwīye
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hollow    (to be) gufukūra
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inflate    (to blow air into, ball) guhaga
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jaw    (lower) umubangabanga
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let    kureka, gukūndira
(let's go) hogi, hoji, tugende
(flow from) kuva
(let go of what you've started to take or do) gutēzūra, gutēnzūra
(up work) guharuruka
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lily    (blood, wild flower) umwangange
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lip    umunwa
(turning down of lower ~) injebejebe
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lower    (to) kumanura
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mark    (made by hoe or axe) ibāngo
(of a blow) umuramu
(to ~) kudoma
(to have marks, scratches, as pot) gusaragurika
('get on the mark') gutuna
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near    hāfi, hāfi ya (followed by 'ya' if there is an object)
(to be) kubāngikana
(to draw ~) kwegēra, kwīyegereza
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open    (vi) kwāturuka, gukīnguruka, gupfunduka
(vt) gufungūra (Sw.), kugarānzura, gukīngūra, gupfundurura, kurumūra, kwūgurura, kuzibūra
(the eyes) gukanura
(the eyes of another) guhumūra
(flower) kwātura
(the mouth) gutēranura umunwa, kwāsama
(mouth, or book) kubūmbūra
(suddenly, vi) kuzibūka
(to be ~ to view) kugaragara
(to be wide ~) kurāngāra
(to leave ~) kurāngāza
(space) agahīnga
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overflow    ibibōgabōga, umusēsekara
(place where river has overflowed the banks) ikidēngeri
(to ~) kubōgabōga, gusēsekara
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pass    guhita
(allow to) kubisa
(allow another to) kubisiriza
(between) kunyura
(by) guhita, gukīkira
(by, but not meet) guhubana
(gas) gusurira
(out gifts) kugaba
(out of sight) kurēngāna
(over, by, aside) kurēngāna, kurēngānya
(the night) kurāra
(through) guca
(to bring to ~) gucimbataza
(to go through a narrow ~) kunyegētera
(to bring in passing) guhitana
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pillow    umusego
(to ~ one's head) gusegura
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pipe    (as hollow bamboo) umugano
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pistil    (of flower) isage
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ripen    kwēra
(become yellow or reddish) kubēnja
(for certain fruites, esp. bananas) gusha
(of fruits) kurunguriza
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river    urūzi
(bank) inkokoro, inkengera, inkombe
(current of) umukuba
(gentle flowing of) akayōmbēro
(middle of) umutānga, idāmba
(to cross over) kujabuka
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sever    (to) guca
(with one blow) gutemura
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shallow    –gufi, –gufiya, –gufinya
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skinned    (to be ~ by a blow) kuramuka
(to be ~ by falling) gukunguka
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sound    (whirring, wind blowing through things, or stick whipped through air) umuvuguvugu
(well) kwūmvīkana
(to make a bubbling ~) gusāma
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stamen    (of flower) umwēza
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stripe    (from beating) umumyōre
(mark of a blow) umuramu
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swallow    kumira, gutamira
(gluttonously) kumiragura
(to give too much to ~ at one time) kuramagiza
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time of day   amango
(dawn) umutwēnzi
(early morning) agatōndo
(morning) igitōndo
(between 9 and 10 am) ku musase
(near noon) umutāga, ku mamina ngohe
(about 1 pm, when cows leave drinking place) amahodoka
(about 3 pm) amasubirayo y'inyana
(toward sundown) umuhīngamo
(after dark) bwateranya
(sun low, but visible) ikirēngazūba
(early evening) akagorōba
(late afternoon or evening) umugorōba
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tube    (as hollow bamboo) umugano
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vine    (creeping) igitēza
(grape) umuzabibu
(of certain sort) umurāndarānda
(red flowering) umukakampiri
(sweet potato) imibuto, umuvyūka
(pumpkin) umuvyūka
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walk    kugēnda, kugēndagēnda
(backward) kugēndēsha umugōngo, kugēnda umugōngo
(esp. at night) kwīkānya
(help sick person ~) kwāndāza
(in footsteps of another) kugera ikirēnge
(in one's sleep) kurandamuka
(in water) kuvōgera
(noisily) gukacagira
(on tiptoe) gusōbōka, kuyōmbōka
(slowly) kugoyagoya
(stealthily) gukacakaca, kwōmboka
(to take a ~, go for a ~) kugēndagēnda, gutēmbēra
(~ about in house without permission) kudōbēra
(barefoot) kugēnda n'ibirēnge
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water    amazi
(rapidly flowing) umupfūnda
(anything that falls in) ikirohe
(dirt in) ikirohe
(large deep place of) icōgo
(thing for drawing) ikivōmesho
(to ~ plants) gusukira, kuvōmera
(to draw, go for) kuvōma
(to be covered with) kurengerwa
(to be in) kubōmbeka
(to filter ~) kuyōra amazi
(to flow softly, quietly) kuyōmbekēra
(to go in, swim) kwōga
(to have dirt in) gutobeka
(to pour on another's hands) kwūhīra
(to put into) kurobeza
(to remove foreign article) gutosōra
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wind    umuyaga
(heavy) igihūhūta, igihūhūsi
(and rain, storm) inkūbi
(sound of things blown by wind) umuvuguvugu
(around, as string) kuzīngīra
(to shake in ~) guhuzēnwa
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yellow    umuhōndo, umugina, umutugutu
(dark) ibihogo
(of egg) umutugutu
(to become ~) kubēnja
(to become yellowish) kubēnjūka
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drummer    (~ following the movement of the dancer) umuvuzamurishyo
(~ keeping the basic rhythm) umukokezi
(traditional ~, "one who hits hard") umutimbo
(members of drummer lineages) abazimbura, abanyuka, abanyakisaka
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hollow    (to ~ out) gukorogoshora
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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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