mix    (vt) gutēranya, kuvānga, kuvāngavānga, kuvurūnga
(dough) gucūmba
(things up and pack them down together) gukanjagura
(thoroughly) gucucuma
(together) gusukiranya
(up) kuzīkuruka
(up thoroughly) gusobanganya
gucūmba (-mvye)     v     1. to make bread, 2. to mix (dough), 2. to knead
gucucuma (-mye)     v     to stir, mix thoroughly
kuzīkurura (-ye)  v     to mix up, to put what's on the bottom on top, to take out of a hole in the ground what one has put there
gusukiranya (-nije)  v     to add, to mix together
kuvānganya (-nije)  v     to mix with (vt)
gusobanganya (-nije)  v     to thoroughly mix up, interweave
dough    (to mix) gucūmba
(to make a little) kuvurūnga
gukanjagura (-ye)     v     to mix things up and pack them down together
gutērana (-nye)  v     to meet together, mix (vi)
kuvāngana (-nye)  v     to mix together (vi)
kuvāngavanga (-nze)  v     to stir, mix
beer    inzōga
(fresh, with froth) umubira
(banana) urwārwa, urwāgwa
(sorghum) impeke, indimwa
(given to sick person) umwerēra
(sharp, anything fermented) inkarisha
(undiluted) uruhorwe
(mixed with water) umusharuro
(to beg for) kuvūmba
(to put in a warm place) gutara
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
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
crowd    urugāmba, ishengero
(esp. people running) igugu
(mixed ~ of people) amakūngu
(one who keeps ~ back) umukumirizi
(to ~) kubānda, kubāndana
(to go together to see something) gushwabāduka
(out: to not grow because of too many seeds) kuzīnga
(together) kurūndāna, kwegerana, kuvurungana
(together, people sitting) gusegenya, gusegenyeza
mixture    ikivānge, uruvānge
pile    ikirūndo
(of grain) amarwi
(of grain and chaff mixed) ubukūmbi
(of rocks) igihongo
(of wood) akarwi