old    (age) ubukuru, zabukuru
(man) umutāma
(person) umusāza
(woman) umutāmakazi, umukamakare
(to be) kurāmba
(to be, but still strong) kugwagura, guhūmura
(to become) gusāza
(to become, woman) gukēcura
(to grow) gutāma
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well    nēza
(to be) kuguma, gukomera
(to be, esp. of old people) kudūndēga
(to not be) kuyōka
(to get) gukira, kurokoka
(to get after serious illness) kurēmba
(to get when others around are dying) kurokoza
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alive    –zima
(to be still alive, of old people) kudūndēga
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custom    umugēnzo, ingeso
(ancient) akārānda
(to persist in old) kuzīrōra
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kuzīrōra (-zīrōye)   v    to persist in old customs, to observe class distinctions
kudūndēga (-dūndēze)     v    1. to be still alive, 2. to be well (often used of old people)
igifatanzoka (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
baby (not old enough to know fear)
ikibunduguru (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
healthy child of about 4 months old
baby    umwāna, uruhīnja, uruyōya
(not old enough to know fear) igifatanzoka
(tiny ~) uruhīnja
(~ clothes) icahi
(~ food) umusururu
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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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persist    gucunaguza, kwigumira, gukovya, kunogēra, kuramiriza, gushimika, gushīshikara
(in asking questions) kuzigiriza
(in old custom) kuzīrōra
(more strongly than before) gukobeza
(patiently) gukenyera, gukenyerera
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zābukuru  n    (no pl.) old age
imvi (im-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
white hair (from old age)
ubukuru     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) old age, seniority, importance
umugisye (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
child 6 or 7 years old
umukamakare (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
old woman (respectful term)
umukēcuru (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
old woman, widow (not very respectful term, can be used though by little children, or by grandchildren towards their grandmother)
umusāza (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
old man
umutāma (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
old man
umutāmakazi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
old woman
uruvi (im-  6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
white hair (from old age)
uruvivi (im-  6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
gray hair (from old age)
guhūmura (-hūmuye)     v    1. to become calm, 2. to recover from fear or anger, 3. to be old but still strong
gukēcura (-kēcuye)     v    to become old (woman)
gusāzisha (-sshajishije)     v    to make old
gutāma (-tāmye)     v    to grow old
kugwagura (-gwaguye)     v    1. to be used but not worn out, 2. to swoop, 3. to be old but still strong (person, garment, etc.)
kurāmba (-rāmvye)     v    1. to live long, to last long, 2. to be old
-bisi   adj    1. raw, uncooked, 2. fresh, 3. cold, cool, 4. wet
agahehēra     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) cold in chest, hard cough
agahiri     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) cold in head
akamango     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) cold in head
akamangu   7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) cold in head
ehe     phr    behold
gufata (-fashe)     v    1. to take hold of, 2. to catch, to capture, 3. to hold
gufatana urunana (-fatanye)   phr    to form a circle by holding hands
gufatira (-fatiye)   v    take hold of something (and for something)
guha agacīro (-haye)   phr    to treasure, to value, to cherish, hold dear, esteem,
guhahiriza (-hahirije)   v    1. to threaten, 2. to scold severely
guhana (-hannye)     v    1. to punish, 2. rebuke, 3. scold
guhāngāza (-hāngāje)     v    1. to close entrance with branches, 2. to defend, protect (old meaning), 3. to be almost time to do something
guhāngāza ukuboko (-hāngāje)   phr    to hold out arms to receive something
guhāririza (-hāririje)     v    1. to speak against, 2. to scold vehemently, 3. to cause to argue
gukangīra (-kangīriye)     v    1. to frighten unintentionally, 2. to threaten, scold
gukanya (-kanye)     v    1. to be cold, 2. to be damp
gukanyīsha (-kanyīshije)     v    to make cold, damp
gukomānya (-komānije)     v    1. to strike one against the other (as knees, etc., in fear or cold), 2. to grit teeth, 3. to put wood on fire
gukōnja (-kōnje)     v    to be cold, to chill
gukōnjēsha (-kōnjēsheje)     v    to cause to be cold, to freeze (vt)
gukuba (-kuvye)     v    1. to fold, roll up, 2. to threaten to rain, 3. turn back, to have to return home because of bad news
gukubira (-kubiye)     v    1. to fold on, around, 2. threaten to rain at
gukubiranya (-kubiranije)     v    1. to fold repeatedly, 2. to cause to return
gupfunya (-pfunye)     v    to bend joint, fold
gupfunyirana (-pfunyiranye)     v    to be folded, wrinkled
gupfunyura (-pfunyuye)     v    to unfold, press, smooth
gusama (-samye)     v    1. to hold from falling, 2. to catch something thrown (as ball)
gusāza (-shaje)     v    to get old, worn out
gusēzera (-sēzeye)     v    1. to bid goodbye, to dismiss, 2. to fix up nice place to sit (old use)
gusēzerera (-sēzereye)     v    1. to say goodbye at, for, 2. to say goodbye, giving the permission to leave, 3. to prepare a place to sit for (old use)
gushigikira (-shigikiye)     v    to hold up, prop (something on ground, not high up)
gushigikiza (-shigikije)     v    to cause or enable to hold up, support
gushigirika (-shigiritse)   v    to hold up
gushimika (-shimitse)   v    1. to do one's duty, 2. to persist, to persevere, 3. to hold strongly
gushīnga (-shīnze)     v    1. to agree to, 2. to favor, 3. to decide, 4. to make a vow (old custom of putting stick in ground as sign of agreement), 5. to put stick in ground
gushirukanya (-shirukanye)     v    to be shameless, unafraid, bold
gushorera (-shoreye)     v    1. to touch, 2. to lead the cows
gushorerakw amaboko to take hold of person
gushorerakw amaboko   phr    to take hold of person
gusīndira (-sīndiye)     v    1. to scold, 2. to insult, 3. to mistreat
gusūmira (-sūmiye)     v    to take hold of (culprit), to seize, to catch
gutāta (-tāse)     v    1. to complain, 2. to scold, 3. to discuss, 4. to disagree, 5. to conflict
gutātirwa (-tātiwe)     v    to be scolded, reproached
gutetemera (-tetemeye)     v    to tremble (of hands, from cold or fever, fear)
gutetera (-teteye)     v    1. to be thoroughly drenched and cold, 2. to be drawn up from cold or being burnt, 3. to dry up and be stiff (food, clothes), 4. to be burnt (of food forgotten), 5. to be very healthy or strong, 6. to be solid, 7. to be dry
gutīmba (-tīmvye)     v    to be damp, cold, chilled
gutonganya (-tonganije)     v    1. to dispute, 2. to quarrel, 3. to chide, to scold
ifīra     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
(no pl.) mold
igicurane (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. influenza, flu, 2. common cold (usually used in pl.: ibicurane)
igikangīro (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
threat, warning, scolding
igikonyozi (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
frost, severe cold
igikorēsho (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
instrument, tool
ibikorēsho vyo mu inzu household (goods)
ibikoresho vyo ku meza tableware
igitarikwa (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. bridge, 2. scaffolding
ikivumbiko (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
wood that holds fire as ashes are put over it for the night
imbeho (im-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. cold (weather), 2. winter
inarugo (ba inarugo-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
wife (as manager of the household)
incuti (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. relative, 2. close friend (old)
ingabo (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. soldier, 2. army
inkorora (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
cough, cold
itūntu (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
1. one who rules others, 2. cheekiness, 3. unwillingness to be told, 4. meanness
izāhabu (ama-  5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
kamaramagāmbo     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
1. judge with final decision, 2. influential older man
kubangira (-bangiye)     v    1. to hold out, 2. to offer
kubāngiriza (-bāngirije)     v    to take firm hold of
kubarirwa (-bariwe)     v    to be told
kubūmba (-būmvye)     v    1. to mold, work with clay (bricks, pottery), 2. to satisfy, 3. be sufficient for
kubūmbira (-būmbiye)     v    to mold at, for
kubūmbīsha (-būmbīshije)     v    to cause to mold, mold with
kubūmbwa (-būmbwe)     v    to be molded
kubwīrwa (-bwīwe)     v    to be told
kugarānzura (-garānzuye)     v    1. to serve king, 2. to open, 3. to unfold
kugarānzurira (-garānzuriye)     v    to unfold at, for
kugaranzurwa (-garanzuwe)     v    to be unfolded, spread out
kugarānzuza (-garānzuje)     v    to unfold with, cause to unfold
kugombōra (-gombōye)     v    1. to cut banana leaves, 2. to relieve another on duty (as soldier)
kugumiriza (-gumirije)     v    1. to hold fast to, 2. continue, 3. to maintain
kugumya (-gumije)     v    1. to maintain, 2. to keep, 3. make firm, hold in place, 4. cause to stay
kugurwa (-guzwe)     v    1. to be bought, 2. to be sold, 3. to be traded, 4. to cost
kurabukwa (-rabutswe)     v    to see with comprehension, to behold, to notice
kuvūnda (-vūnze)   v    1. to lie around ill long time, 2. to be sedentary, 3. to get moldy (esp. manioc or grass)
kuzīnga (-zīnze)   v    1. to fold, roll up, 2. to chase flies off cows, 3. to not grow (because of too many seeds)
kuzīngira (-zīngiye)   v    to fold for, at
kuzīngurura (-zīnguruye)   v    to unfold, unroll
kuzīngwa (-zīnzwe)   v    to be rolled, folded
kwānjānjwa (-ānjānjwe)     v    1. to hold lightly, 2. be careless with, 3. to neglect
kwerura (-eruye)     v    1. to tell publicly, make known, 2. to be unashamed, shameless, 3. to be bold (esp. of young girl), 4. to be rude, vulgar, obtrusive, coarse
kwīdōga (-īdōze)     v    1. to fume and fret, 2. to be cross, 3. to gripe, 4. hold hard feelings
kwīkubiranya (-īkubiranije)     v    1. to fold itself repeatedly, 2. to do the same exercise repeatedly
kwīma (-īmye)     v    1. to deny, to refuse to give, to withhold, 2. to become king, to ascend to the throne, 3. to go to male, to copulate (only of female animals)
kwūbahuka (-ūbahutse)   v    1. to lack respect, be disrespectful, 2. to be insolent, 3. to dare, to be bold, 4. to speak fearlessly
kwūmira (-ūmiye)   v    to hold to
mukuru (ba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
1. older brother of a boy, 2. older sister of a girl
mukurwanje (ba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
1. older brother of a boy, 2. older sister of a girl
tega iminwe   phr    hold out your hands
ubukonje   8  class 8
singular: ubu-
coldness, cold
uburezi     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) 1. accusation (old), 2. education
uburima     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no sing.) soldier ants
umufyīra (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
mold (on food)
umukanya (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
wrinkle, fold
umupfunyu (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
wrinkle (as in cloth), fold
umusāmbi (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
1. golden-crested crane, 2. worn-out mat
umusirigana (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
umusirikāre (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
soldier, government official
umusoda (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
umutōza (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
1. headman, 2. coach, trainer, 3. tax collector (old)
umuzīngo (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
hem, fold, roll
urugo (in-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
1. kraal, 2. enclosure about house and yard, 3. household
uruhongore (impongore)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
1. house for animals, 2. sheepfold
urunani (i-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
holding hands to form circle or line (gufatana urunani)
age    (to reach age of accountability) kwāruka
(to begin to get wrinkled with age) gukāmba
(old age) ubukuru, zabukuru
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ant    (flying, edible) iswa
(pincher) intozi, urutozi
(soldier) uburima
(sugar) ikinywabūki
(tiny) ubunyegeri, urunyegeri
(white) umuswa
(white ~ hill) umugina
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behold    (to) kurabukwa
(imperative) ehe!
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bird    ikiguruka
(little ones) inyoni
(crane, golden-crested) umusāmbi
(crow) igikōna
(dove) intunguru, inuma
(duck) imbati
(eagle) inkona, inkukuma, ikinyakabaka, impūngu
(goose, wild) igisafu
(hawk) igisiga
(kite) ikinyakabaka
(parrot) gasuku
(partridge) inkwāre
(robin, African) inyōmvyi
(that sucks honey, black with red throat, or metallic green) umunūni
(wagtail) inyamanza
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blindfold    agatambaro ko gupfuka amaso
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blue    (colour) ubururu (Sw.)
(old) umufyīri, agafyīri, umukata
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bold    (to be) gushirukanya, kwūbahuka
(esp. young girl) kwerura
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brother    (my) mwēne data
(your) mwēne so
(his, her, their) mwēne se
(older ~ of boy) mukuru, mukurwanje
(younger ~ of boy) mutoyi, murumuna
(of girl) musāza
(of my mother) mārume
(of your mother) nyokorume
(of his, her, their mother) inarume
(of father, uncle) dāta wacu, dāta wanyu, dāta wabo
(to be ~ and sister, or to be ~s) kuvūkana
(religious, monk) umufrere
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circle    imburūngu, umuzingi
(of people) urukīnja
(to) guca umuzingi
(to form ~) kuziguza
(to form ~ by holding hands) gufatana urunana
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climate    imimerere y'intara
(cold ~) imimerere yo mu bihugu bikanye
(hot ~) imimerere yo mu bihugu bishushe
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cold    –bisi
(in chest) agaherēra
(in head) agahiri, akamango, akamangu,
(cough) inkorora
(common cold, flu) ibicurane
(weather) imbeho, ubukonje
(weather, severe) igikonyozi
(to be) gukōnja, gukanya, gutīmba
(to be drawn up from ~) gutetera
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comb    igisokozo
(old traditional comb) urusokozo
(of chicken) umubiko, urugaragara
(to comb) gusokoza
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crane    (golden-crested) umusāmbi
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drawn    (to be ~ to) kugomwa
(up, from cold or being burned) gutetera
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drenched    (to be) kunyāgirwa
(to be thoroughly ~ and cold) gutetera
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feelings    (hard) umwīkomo, ikinūbwe
(to hold hard ~) kwīdōga
(to hurt another's ~) gusesereza
(to not show one's ~) kwīrengagiza
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fire bank   (wood that hold fire through night) ikivumbiko
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fold    umupfunyu, umuzīngo
(for sheep) uruhongere
(to ~) gukuba, gukubiranya, gupfunya, kuzīnga
(~ hands together) gufumbata
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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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gold    izahabu
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grasp    (to take hold of person) gushorerakw amaboko
(in preparation to strike) kubangura
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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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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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hard feelings   umwīkomo, ikinūbwe
(to hold) kwīdōga, kugira umwīkomo
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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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hold    gufata
(fast to) kugumiriza
(from falling) gusama
(hard feelings) kwīdōga
(in place) kugumya
(lightly) kwānjānjwa
(out) kubangira
(out arms to receive) guhāngāza ukuboko
(of rope, vi) kudādira
(strongly) gushimika
(take hold of persons) gushorerakw amaboko
(to) kwūmira
(up) gushigirika
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influential    (older man) kamaramagambo
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insect    igikōko, agakōko
(many small) ubukōko
(ant, flying, edible) iswa
(ant, pincher) intozi, urutozi
(ant, soldier) uburima
(ant, sugar) ikinywabūki
(ant, tiny) ubunyegeri
(ant, white) umuswa
(ant hill, white) umugina
(bedbug) igiheri, igihere
(bee) uruyūki
(bee, carpenter) imvūndēri
(bug) agasīmba
(bumblebee) impingwe
(butterfly) ikinyungunyungu, ikinyugunyugu
(centipede, small) inyōngōri
(chigoe flea) imvūnja, ivūnja
(cicada) ijeri
(cockroach) inyēnzi
(fly, big, tsetse) ikibugu
(fly, house) isāzi
(flea) imbaragasa
(gnat) agatūku, ubutūku
(grasshopper) uruhige, agahōri, igihōri
(jigger) imvūnja, ivūnja
(locust) uruyige
(louse) inda
(mosquito) umubu
(moth) ikinyungunyungu
(tick) inyōndwi, inyōndwe
(tick that causes recurrent fever) igitangu
(tiny ~ in eye) akanyarira jisho
(wasp) ivūbi
(to sting or bite) gusurira
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man    (married) umugabo
(of influence) umushīngantāhe
(old) umutāma
(young, unmarried) umusore
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mold    ifīra
(on food) umufyīra
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mould    (bricks, pottery) kubūmba, gufyātura
(mold) ifīra
(on food) umufyīra
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relieve    (need) gukenūra
(another, as soldier) kugombōra
(one's own need) kwīkenūra
(to go to give things to one whose house has burned) gusuhūza
(to be relieved of load) kuremurukwa
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scold    guhana, gukangīra, gusīndira, gutāta, gukankamira, gutonganya
(vehemently) guhāririza, guhahiriza
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sheep    intāma, intūngwa, igitūngwa
(flock) urwūri, inzirikwa
(sheepfold) uruhongore
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sister    mwēne data, mwēne se, mwēne nyina
(older ~ of girl) mukuru, mukurwanje
(of boy) mushiki
(younger ~ of girl) mutoyi, murumuna
(of my father) māsenge
(of your father) nyogosenge
(of his, her, their father) inasenge
(of man's sister or woman's brother) mwishwa
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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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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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tremble    guhīnda agashitsi, kujugumira
(as hands in grasping) gususumira
(earth) kunyiganyiga, gutigita
(in fear) kudēgedwa, kudēgemwa, kudugudwa
(of hands, from cold or fever) gutetemera
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turn    urubu
(to take) kuja imbu, kwākīrana, kwākīranwa, gukūranwa
(to have one's) kuramukirwa
(about, vt) kuzūnguza, kuzūnguriza
(against) guhinyura
(against one you've loved) gucāna
(around, vi) guhindukira
(around, vt) guhindukiza
(around several times, vt) kuzungagiza
(away, vt) guhīnda
(back, vt) gukuba
(as fold)
(bad suddenly, e.g. weather, attitude) gufurūngana, gufurāngana
(on side, vt) guhēngeka
(one's head) gukebuka
(over and over, vt) kugaragura
(right side up) gucurūra
(upside down) kwūbika, gucuramika
(upside down or wrong end to) gucurika
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unfold    kugarānzura, kuzīngurura, gupfunyūra
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unwillingness    (~ to be told) itūntu
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weather    (severe cold) igikonyozi
(cloudy but not rainy) urufuri
(to be cool) gupfuka
(to turn bad suddenly) gufurūngana
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household    urugo
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cost    (to ~, be sold for, bought for) kugurwa
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place    (to) gushira
(to ~ here and there) gukwīragiza
(in order) gukirānura, kuringaniza, kurorānya
(facing each other) kurorānya
(objects together in irregular fashion, end for end) gucurikiranya
(obliquely) guhirika, gukīkama
(be placed obliquely) gukīka
(on) gushikiriza
(one thing above another) kugereka, kugerekeranya
(oneself) guherēra
(somewhere) gushiraho
(two things side by side, parallel) kubāngikanya
(to be placed wrong end to) gucurama
(to give place to each other) kubisīkanya
(to hold in) kugumya
(to leave a) gushingūka
(to make) kubisa
(to make for one another to pass) kubisīkanya
(to put a thing in its certain ~) gutereka
(to remain in ~ of another) gusigarira
(to stand in a certain ~ thus making ~ for another) kubisiriza
(to take the ~ of another) kwākīra
(to take the ~ of another watching) kubangūra
(to go from ~ to ~) kuyugayuga
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older    (~ brother of boy) mukuru
(~ sister of girl) mukuru
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withhold    (to) kwīma
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