pea    ubushaza, ubwīshaza
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akadede (utu-  7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
small beads, pearls
akarānga   7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) 1. culture, norm, 2. appearance
amahoro    5    peace, (typical greeting: n'amahoro)
amarembe    5    1. peace, 2. tranquility (greeting: n'amarembe)
gucaca (-cace)     v    1. to question, 2. to examine, 3. to ask another to repeat to check his veracity
gucobogoza (-cobogoje)     v    1. to wear out (vt), 2. to exhaust, 3. to exaggerate, 4. to speak hatefully to another, 5. to tarnish, besmirch, smirch
gucurikanya (-curikanye)     v    to speak evil of one another
gufobeka (-fobetse)     v    1. to hide, 2. speak in a mysterious language, 3. explain poorly
gufobōra (-fobōye)     v    1. to reveal, 2. explain, 3. speak clearly
gufudika (-fuditse)     v    1. to reverse syllables in word, 2. to speak carelessly, 3. to be careless
guhanahana (-hanahanye)     v    to punish repeatedly
guhāririza (-hāririje)     v    1. to speak against, 2. to scold vehemently, 3. to cause to argue
guhengēshanya (-hengēshanije)     v    to speak hesitantly (usually used with negative)
guhihima (-hihimye)     v    to speak where others hear voice but cannot distinguish words
guhinyuza (-hinyuje)     v    1. to check over a thing, 2. to prove, give proof, 3. to convince, 4. to verify, 5. to condemn, 6. to disgrace, 7. to speak truth, 8. to divine
guhogōmboka (-hogōmbotse)     v    to speak many words (usually quite meaningless ones)
guhorereza (-horereje)     v    1. to appease, calm, 2. to silence
guhorōrwa (-horōwe)     v    to refuse to speak (bride) until given money
guhoza (-hojeje)     v    1. to cause to cool, to calm down, 2. to appease, 3. to console, comfort, reassure
guhozwa (-hojejwe)     v    1. to be appeased, 2. be comforted, 3. be cooled
guhwāmika (-hwāmitse)     v    1. to put down, 2. prevent from speaking, 3. to calm, appease
guhwirima (-hwirimye)     v    to speak where others hear voice but cannot distinguish words
gukamangana (-kamanganye)     v    to disappear
gukana (-kannye)     v    1. to smooth out, stretch out (vt) (as skin for drum), 2. to speak evil of, 3. to threaten
gukanaguza (-kanaguje)     v    1. to stare at, 2. look at repeatedly
gukebagiza (-kebagije)     v    to feel the way before one with foot or spear
gukōndōka (-kōndōtse)     v    1. to separate (vi), 2. to stop a thing because someone has repeatedly warned or advised you
gukubiranya (-kubiranije)     v    1. to fold repeatedly, 2. to cause to return
gusanasana (-sanasanye)     v    to repair (something absolutely worn out) repeatedly
gusefagura (-sefaguye)     v    to have hiccoughs repeatedly
guseruka (-serutse)     v    to appear
guserura (-seruye)     v    1. to disclose, 2. to show, cause to appear, 3. make known
gushaza (-shajije)     v    1. to try to get out of work, appear as working but really doing nothing, 2. to adorn, decorate, dress up
gushōka (-shōtse)     v    1. to do quickly (esp. used by Batwa), 2. to go to drink (animals), 3. to slip down on spear (of meat they've put on tip – if it falls it's supposed to be diseased), 4. to fall accidentally on spear and be injured
gusōmagura (-sōmaguye)     v    to kiss repeatedly, passionately
gusubira (-subiye)     v    to return, to go back (other than where the speaker is)
gusubīra (-subīriye)     v    to repeat, to do again
gusubiramwo (-subiremwo)   v    to repeat
Mushobora gusubiramwo? Could you please repeat (this)?
gutēturura (-tēturuye)     v    to speak in someone's favor, to defend
gutobekeranya (-tobekeranije)     v    to pierce through, to speak clearly, distinctly, understandably
gutōbōra (-tōbōye)     v    to pick (peas, beans, berries) but not pull up vines
gutobora (-toboye)     v    1. to pierce, make a hole, 2. to speak distinctly, 3. to be straight-forward, to have nothing to hide, 4. to hear well, 5. to complete a thing
gutōbōrera (-tōbōreye)     v    to pick (peas, beans, etc.) for, at
gutonora (-tonoye)     v    to shell, to husk (peas, beans, peanuts, etc.)
gutotera (-toteye)     v    to put ground peanuts in food
gutumagura (-tumaguye)     v    to hit repeatedly but gently with fist (mother sometimes does it to child)
gutumbūra (-tumbūye)     v    1. to explain thoroughly, speak distinctly, 2. to tell what one has heard while eavesdropping, 2. to stoop
guturuka (-turutse)     v    to come from, to appear
guturūmbuka (-turūmbutse)     v    to come suddenly, appear suddenly
gututuza (-tutuje)   v    to appear out of ground
ibirogorogo    4    one who speaks with senseless repetition of words
icēma (ivy-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
peanut, groundnut
icumu (ama-)     5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
ifu (ama-)     3   5  sg. class 3: i-,in-
pl. class 5: ama-
flour (pl. used for speaking of different kinds)
igihōmbe (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
something which appears to be strong but is weak
ihūmure     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
comfort, peace
ikēba    n    1. jealously (esp. between wives of same husband), 2. speaking evil of another with whom you share work
ikirogorogo (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
someone speaking with senseless repetition of words
ikiyōba (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
peanut, groundnut
ikizungu (ibi-  4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
anything of European or westerners culture
impore (im-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
imvugakuri (im-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
someone speaking the truth, an honest person
imvugarimwe (im-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
all speaking together
kubāndūra (-bāndūye)     v    1. to pry up, 2. push out (e.g. wind bulges out cloth), 3. to appear suddenly (as sun at dawn)
kubangūranya (-bangūranije)     v    1. to make peace, 2. to separate fighters
kubobōteza (-bobōteje)     v    to speak very beseechingly
kuboneka (-bonetse)     v    1. to appear, be visible, to seem, 2. to be accessible, available, obtainable
kubonekera (-bonekeye)     v    to appear to
kudebagura (-debaguye)     v    1. to speak foolishly, 2. to be unintelligent, 3. to be ignorant (used in NT for barbarous)
kugaruka (-garutse)     v    to return (vi) to place where speaker is
kugereka (-geretse)     v    1. to place thing above another, 2. repeat, 3. add to, 4. to crow second time in morning
kugerekeranya (-gerekeranije)     v    1. to place one thing above another, 2. repeat, add to
kujegeza (-jegeje)     v    1. to silence one's opponent by speaking the truth, 2. to astound, astonish, 3. to roll about (vt), 4. throw down, 5. to surprise
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)
kunegura (-neguye)     v    1. to denounce, 2. to blame, 3. speak evil of, 4. to make fun of, 5. to criticize,
kunyeguruka (-nyegurutse)     v    to reappear, come out of hiding
kunyika (-nyitse)     v    1. to slide (landslide), 2. to pack down (vi), 3. to come to an end, be completely destroyed (while you are watching, to suddenly disappear as you watch)
kurandamuka (-randamutse)     v    1. to speak thoughtlessly, loudly, 2. to walk in one's sleep, to start up in one's sleep, 3. to come all together at call of trouble
kurandamukira (-randamukiye)     v    to speak loudly to
kurangurura (-ranguruye)     v    to speak loudly, to raise the voice
kurēnga (-rēnze)     v    1. to surpass, go beyond, 2. to break (the law), 3. to disappear, to set (of sun), 4. to be more
urēnge i Gitega! pass by Gitega! go beyond Gitega!
kurerembuza (-rerembuje)     v    to glance at, to speak without arriving at the point
kurofokwa (-rofokwe)     v    to speak unwisely or rudely
kurogota (-rogose)     v    1. to speak evil of the king, 2. to blaspheme
kurtyekeza (-rtyekeje)     v    to speak sarcastically, ironically
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
kuvuga (-vuze)   v    1. to speak, to say, 2. to discuss, 3. to claim
kuvuga ubureve (-vuze)   phr    to speak with a speech defect
kuvugīsha (-vugīshije)   v    to cause to speak
kuvugīsha ukuri (-vugīshije)   phr    to be honest, to cause to speak the truth
kuvuza (-vugije)   v    1. to cause to speak, 2. to play instrument, 3. to beat drum
kuyoba (-yovye)   v    1. to get lost, 2. to err in counting or in speaking, 3. to make a mistake, 4. to speak evil of ruler, 5. to break the law
kuyōnga (-yōnze)   v    1. to melt (e.g. sugar, salt), 2. to disappear, 3. to be absorbed
kuyōngayōnga (-yōngayōnze)   v    to melt away, disappear
kuyugayuga (-yugayuze)   v    to go from place to place to sit (because of fear, or because others speak evil of you), sit fidgeting
kuzimangana (-zimanganye)   v    to be obscured, be blurred, disappear
kuzūnguruka (-zūngurutse)   v    to go around, to cycle (the stem 'zungu' is also the origin of umuzungu, which does not mean 'white person' but rather 'someone going around', describing the first European explorers)
kwāduka (-ādutse)   v    1. to appear suddenly, 2. to be introduced, 3. to be new
kwānkika (-ānkitse)     v    to try repeatedly unsuccessfully
kwīgarura (-īgaruye)     v    1. to leave off speaking evil and speak kindly, 2. be converted
kwīkubiranya (-īkubiranije)     v    1. to fold itself repeatedly, 2. to do the same exercise repeatedly
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)
kwīsomōra (-īsomōye)     v    to dress a wound for oneself (euphemistically used for to commit adultery in speaking of a married man)
kwīyongeranya (-īyongeranije)     v    to repeat many times
kwongera (-ongeye)     v    1. to repeat, do again, 2. to give more, 3. to augment, to increase (vt), 4. to accelerate
kwūbahuka (-ūbahutse)   v    1. to lack respect, be disrespectful, 2. to be insolent, 3. to dare, to be bold, 4. to speak fearlessly
musāza (ba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
brother (of girl)
musazanje my brother (girl speaking)
musaza wiwe her brother
musazacu our brother (girls speaking)
musaza wanyu your brother (spoken to girls)
mushikanje (ba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
my brother (boy speaking)
n'amahoro   phr    1. it it peace? is all well? (as question), 2. it is peace! it's all well! (as answer)
n'amarembe   phr    it is peace! it's all well! (as answer to question n'amahoro)
nyabuhoro   5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
traditional sacred "dispenser of peace" drum
ububoneke     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) appearance
ubushaza     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) peas
ubutēkānyi     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) peace, calm, quiet
ubwīshaza     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) peas
umuhūnda (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
stick with nail in the end of it, metal on end of spear (not the point)
umukōbwācu (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
1. daughter of my sister (when girl speaking), 2. daughter of my brother (when boy speaking)
umusokoro (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
spears on big reeds and grasses
umuzūngu (aba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
white person (lit. 'someone going around', referring to the first European explorers, from kuzunguruka)
urubāngo (im-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
spear or stick stuck in person or in ground, wire
uruti (in-  6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
1. column, pillar 2. shaft (of a spear)
accident    agisida, inzeduka, icāgo, icaduka
(to barely escape) guhakwa
(to fall on spear) gushōka
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ask    (another to repeat to check his veracity) gucaca
(each other) kubazānya
(each other to explain) gusiguzānya
(each other riddles) gusōkōrānya
(for) gusaba
(for daily) kubōbōtereza
(frequently) gusabiriza
(many in order to verify) gushīshōza
(many questions) kubazagiza
(of someone that which he has promised) guhāngūra
(oneself) kwībaza, kwītsa
(over and over again) kubaririkiza
(persistently, though refused) gucuna
(question) kubaza
(a riddle) gusōkōza
(stupid questions) kudedēmvya
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beseechingly    (to speak very) kubobōteza
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bread    (european) umukate (Sw.)
(african) umutsima
(loaf of) irobe
(lump of) intore
(soft part of) akavunji k'umukate
(to make) gucūmba
(to put ground-, peanuts, etc. in ~) gutotera
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bride    umugeni
(to give gift to ~, so she will talk) guhorōra
(to refuse to speak till given gift, ~) guhorōrwa
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drum    ingoma
(sacred royal ~) karyenda
(sacred ~ ”for whom one ploughs”) murimirwa
(sacred ~ ”for whom one clears brush”) ruciteme
(sacred ~ accompanying the king) rukinzo
(sacred ~ ”dispenser of peace”) nyabuhoro
(sacred ~ ”lady of the land”) inakigabiro
(to beat ~) kuvuza
(to beat continuously, thus setting time for others beating) gusāsīra
(stick for beating ~) umurisho, umukembe
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err    (to be wrong, to ~) kwīhēnda, kwībesha
(to ~ in counting or speaking) kuyoba
(to ~, be on wrong path) kuzimagirika
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evil    ikibi, ububi, inābi
(adj.) –bi
(to speak ~ of) gukana, kunegura
(to speak ~ of one another) gucurikanya
(to speak ~ of a ruler) kuyoba
(to seek out ~ doer, witch doctor) kuragura
(to have witch doctor seek out ~ doer) kuraguza
(to sprinkle 'medicine' around house to protect it from ~) kurēmbeka, gutota
(to chase away ~ spirits) gusēnda
(to succeed in persuading someone to leave his ~ ways) gukōndōra
(speaking ~ of another with whom you work) ikēba
(~ deed) ubuhūmbu
(example) akābarore
(~ language, esp. young girl's) ubweruzi
(~ look) igitsūre
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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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feel    kwūmva
(around for) gukabakaba
(to begin to ~ better after being ill) gutenzukirwa
(to cause to ~ badly) gusurira
(faint) kuyāmīra
(joy, positive emotions) kuryōherwa
(to make another ~ badly over what he's done) gutēteka
(to not ~ anything) gutimba
(of) gukorakora
(pain) kubabara
(sad) gutunturirwa
(the way) guhwihwisha, kujuragirika, gukāmbakāmba
(the way before one with foot or spear) gukebagiza
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fist    igipfūnsi
(to hit with ~ repeatedly but gently, mother with child) gutumagura
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foolishly    (to act) kwīfūtanya, gusaragurika
(to act ~ in fun) kudāyāngwa, gupfyina
(to speak ~) kudebagura, gusaragurika
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heard    (to be ~ plainly) kwūmvīkana
(to speak so that one is heard but not understood, because of distance) guhwirima, guhihima
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hit    (to) gukubita
(repeatedly but gently with fist, mother with child) gutumagura
(a sore place) gutoneka
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king    umwāmi
(entrance to king's kraal) ikirīmba
(house of) ingoro
(pronouncements or commands sent out to chiefs) amatēka
(to become) kwīma
(to die) gutānga
(to make) kwīmika
(to sit) kuvyāgira
(to speak evil of ~) kurogota
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kiss    gusōma
(repeatedly, passionately) gusōmagura
(each other) gusōmana
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language    ururimi
(evil, esp. of young girl) ubweruzi
(to speak in a mysterious ~) gufobeka
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look    (evil) igitsūre
(all about) kuraraguza
(around on all sides) kweraguza, gukebaguza
(at) kurāba, kurereka, kurora, kwirora
(at carefully) guhwēba, kwīhwēza
(at hastily) kurangaguza
(at in wonder) gusamāra
(at intently) kwīhwēza, kwītegereza
(to let look for) gushakisha
(look at me!) kundāba
(at one thing after another, many things) kurābarāba
(at oneself) kwīrāba
(at repeatedly) gukanaguza
(at without paying attention) gusamāra
(at with disapproval) kurāba igitsūre
(behind) gukebuka
(carefully to see if anyone is there) gukengūza
(down, to make another) kwūnamika, kwūnamīsha
(for) kurereka, kurondera
(esp. to feel around) gukabakaba
(for a fault in one another) kugenzanya
(from side to side trying to see everything) kurunguruka
(in the face, to be unwilling to) kwīyobagiza
(like) gushusha
(over, in prospect of buying) kugaragura
(straight up) kurarama
(through) gusesa
(towards) kwerekera, gutūmbēra
(up) gukanura, kurangamiza, kurangamira, kuraramura
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make    kugira, kurema
(afraid) gutēra ubwōba
(a bed) gusāsa
(blunt) gufyīta
(bread) gucūmba
(clean) guhumānura
(clear, cause to understand) gutegereza
(crooked) kugoreka
(drunk) kuborēra
(effort) kwāndāra
(empty) kugaragaza
(equal in length or height) kurēsha
(excuses) kudendekanya, kudendekeranya, kuzāngazānga
(face over something that tastes bad) kunyinyirwa
(a fire) gucāna, gukongereza
(firm) kugumya
(fun of) kunegura
(fun of, esp. someone in trouble) kwīshinyira
(fun of, by recalling the good he has lost) gucurīra
(good) kuryōsha
(hedge) kuzitira
(hard for one who has lost a loved one, by reproaching the dead) kwītāmba ku muvyimba
(known) kwāndagaza, kwātura, kumenyēsha, kwāngāza, kwerura, kurānga, gukwīza, gukwīragiza, kwāmāmaza, guhishūra, guserura
(laugh, one that makes others laugh) akagūgu
(level) gusēna
(narrow) kwāza
(nest) kwārika
(noise, big) kwāsana, gusāma, kubomborana, kubugiriza
(oneself) kwīgīra
(others like you) kwīkūndiriza
(peace) kubangūranya
(perfect) gutūngānya, kwūzuza, kuroraniriza
(place) kubisa
(place for one another to pass) kubisīkanya
(progress) gutēra imbere, kuyoboza
(reparations) guhōnga, guhōngera
(restitution) kuriha
(sacrifice) gushikana
(sign) kugereraniriza
(smooth) gusēna
(straight) kugorōra, kurorānya
(tired) kurusha
(vow) gushīnga
(watering place) kugomera
(white) kwēza
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meat    inyāma
(dried) umurānzi
(fat) ibinure
(to slip down on spear – if it slips it's supposed to be diseased) gushōka
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metal    icūma
(foot piece on spear) umuhūnda
(ore) ubutare
(piece placed on stoves over fire to set pot on) ikinjanja
(sheet of, for roof) ibāti
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misspeak    (err in speaking) kuyoba
('excuse me, I said a wrong word, misspoke myself') bambe
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mistake    ikosa (Sw.), ifuti
(to make a ~) gukosha
(to make a ~ in counting or speaking) kuyoba
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mountain    umusozi
(large ~) igisozi
(foot of) umucāmo
(peak) impīnga
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nut    (peanut, groundnut) icēma
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peace    amahoro, impore, amarembe, ihūmure, ubutekanyi
(to make ~) kubangūranya
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peak    (of mountain) impīnga
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peanut    icēma, ikiyōba
(to put ~ in food) gutotera
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pick    (a chicken) kumōngōra
(a fight) gusōtōra
(peas, beans, berries) gutōbōra
(squash, corn) gukōndōra
(up) gutōra, kuyōra
(up, as birds do) kunobagura, kunoba
(up bits of food here and there) kunūranura
(up here and there) gutōragura
(up manure and put in garden) kuvūmbura
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prevent    kubuza, gutururuza
(from speaking) guhwāmika
(one from harming another) kuzina
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punish    guhana
(by death on the spot) kwīciraho
(repeatedly) guhanahana
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repair    guhīngūra
(car) gukanika imodoka
(house) gusanura
(something absolutely worn out, or, ~ repeatedly) gusanasana
(woven thing) gusana
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repetition    (one who speaks with senseless repetition of words) ikirogorogo
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return    (to where speaker is) kugaruka
(other than where speaker is) gusubira
(vt) kugarukana, gusubiza
(from far away) guhabūka
(from hunting) guhīgūka
(from running away) guhīngūra
(from war) gutabāruka
(home, of wife when angry at husband) kugēnda buje
(to) gushikiriza
(to cause to) kugarura, gukubiranya, gusubiza
(to fail to) kugīrīra
(to have to ~ home because of bad news) gukuba
(to one's country after famine is over) gusuhūkuruka
(with) kugarukana
(person who goes never to return) akagīrīre
(an investment ~) umwimbu
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rudely    (to speak ~) kurofokwa
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sarcastically    (to speak) kurtyekeza
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senseless    (one) imburabwēnge
(one who speaks with ~ repetition of words) ikirogorogo
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shell    (of gun) urusoro
(peanuts, etc.) ibishishwa
(egg) ikibarara
(carapace) ikigaragamba, umuruka
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silence    agacerere
(to ~) gucereza, kuzibiza, guhoza, kuzibiranya
(by motion of the hand) kumama
(one's opponent by speaking the truth) kujegeza
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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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slip    kunyerera
(down on spear, meat if it slips it's supposedly diseased) gushōka
(out little by little, e.g. nail) kwīdohōra
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speak    (speaking evil of another with whom you work) ikēba
(one who speaks with senseless repititions of words) ikirogorogo
(all speaking together) imvugarimwe
(to ~) kuvuga
(against) guhāririza
(carelessly) gufudika
(clearly) gufobōra, gutobekeranya
(distinctly) gutobora
(distinctly, not having been able to before) gutumbūra
(evil of one another) gucurikanya
(evil of) gukana, kunegura
(evil of the king) kurogota
(evil of a ruler) kuyoba
(fearlessly) kwūbahuka
(foolishly) kudebagura
(hatefully) gucobogoza
(hesitantlyusually used in negative) guhengēshanya
(in a mysterious language) gufobeka
(incoherently) kuvōvōta
(in someone's favor) gutēturura
(lightly) kujajura
(loudly) kurangurura, kurandamuka
(many words, usually quite meaningless ones) guhogōmboka
(sarcastically) kurtyekeza
(the truth) guhinyuza
(thoughtlessly) kurandamuka
(unwisely or rudely) kurofokwa
(very beseechingly) kubobōteza
(when one shouldn't) kuyogora
(where others hear voices but do not understand) guhwirima
(without arriving at point) kurerembuza
(to cause to) kuvuza
(to leave off speaking evil and speak kindly) kwigarura
(to prevent from speaking) guhwāmika
(give gift to bride so she will ~) guhorōra
(refuse to speak till given gift, as bride does) guhorōrwa
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spear    icumu
(stuck in person) urubāngo
(spears on big reeds and grasses) umusokoro
(to fall on ~ and be injured) gushōka
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stop    (vi) guhagarara, kureka, gusigaho
(vt) guhagarika, gutururuza, kubuza
(diarrhea) gufutīsha
(quarrel and make like each other) kwūnga
(~ talking abruptly though others continue) kwōnjorora
(a thing because someone has repeatedly warned and advised) gukōndōka
(up) kuzibiza
(working) kugodoka
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strong    (person) umunyenkomezi
(something which appears to be ~, but is weak) igihōmbe
(to be) guhāngama, gukomera, kurema, kurama, kunōnōka
(to be very) gutetera, gushikama
(to make) gukomeza
(to make very) gushikama
(to remain) gushikama
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thoughtlessly    (to speak) kurandamuka
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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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truth    ukuri, impamo
(to hide the ~) kwīyobagiza
(to make one tell the ~) kurahuruza
(to speak the ~) guhinyuza
(to tell the whole ~, without hiding a thing) kwātagura
(someone speaking the ~) imvugakuri
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try    kugerageza, kugeza
(on clothes) kwīgera
(over and over in several places and ways) gutarataza
(to get out of work) gushaza
(to hinder from doing wrong) guhōyahōya
(to know something) kugenzūra
(to persuade) gukiranira
(to persuade in underhanded way) kubembeteranya
(repeatedly unseccessfully) kwānkika
(to rule or act in another's place) kurēngera
(to surpass another) guhiga
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unkind    (to speak unkindly to each other) kurandagurana
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unsuccessful    (to be) gutāna
(try repeatedly unseccessfully) kwānkika
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unwisely    (to speak) kurofokwa
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way    inzira
(to feel the way before one with foot or spear) gukebagiza, guhwihwisha
(to find one's way after being lost) guhubūka
(to go seperate ways) gutāna
(to show the ~, put on right path) guhubūra, kurangīra
(by the way) hārya
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weak    (person) umugoyigoyi
(~ and faltering person) urudēndevu
(place, as scar, on skins or gourds) umuguma
(something that appears to be strong but is ~) igihōmbe
(to be ~) kudendebukirwa, kugabanuka, kugira intege, kugoyagoya, kumugara
(to be ~ and floppy) kuregarega
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word    ijāmbo, amajāmbo, amagambo
(root or stem) itsina
(one who speaks with senseless repititions of ~) ikirogorogo
(to not keep one's ~, or to do that which you declared you wouldn't) kwīrahuruza
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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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ironic    (to be ~) guhema
(to speak ironically) kurtyekeza
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shell    (to ~, corn) guhungura, kuvūngurīsha
(to ~, peas, beans, peanuts, etc.) gutonora, gushishagura
(in wooden mortar) gusekura
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incoherently    (to speak ~) kuvōvōta
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