question    ikibazo
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question    (to ask) kubaza
(to ~ in sense of examine) gucaca
(to ~ carefully) gucunaguza, gucunaguriza
(to ~ so strongly that one dares not deny again) kujīnjibura
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ukūntu   9  class 9
singular: uku-
how (not in question)
kujīnjibura (-jīnjibuye)     v    1. to question so strongly that one dares not deny again, 2. to prove to one that he's wrong
gucunaguza (-cunaguje)     v    1. to persist, 2. to question carefully
kubariza (-barije)     v    1. to ask of, 2. question for
gucunaguriza (-cunagurije)     v    1. to persist, 2. question carefully
n'amahoro   phr    1. it it peace? is all well? (as question), 2. it is peace! it's all well! (as answer)
mbēga     (question word, introduces a question)
mbēye   (question word, introduces a question)
n'amarembe   phr    it is peace! it's all well! (as answer to question n'amahoro)
aho     there, when, where (not in questions), good!
bande   adj   1    who? (in questions and with 1. class pl. only)
ga     excl    you, thou (mainly in greetings or questions)
gucaca (-cace)     v    1. to question, 2. to examine, 3. to ask another to repeat to check his veracity
  where? (in questions only)
hēhe     where? (in questions only)
ikibazo (ibi-)     4  class 4
singular: iki-,ic-
plural: ibi-,ivy-
1. question, 2. problem, challenge, 3. issue, matter, 4. test, exam
impaka (im-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
1. discussion, dispute, 2. questioning
kubigira ku mpaka to do it on purpose
ingene     how, as (not in questions)
kubaza (-bajije)     v    1. to ask question, to question, 2. to interrogate (from kubara), 3. to request
kubazagiza (-bazagije)     v    to ask many questions
kudedēmvya (-dedēmvye)     v    1. to make delirious, 2. to ask stupid or indiscreet questions
mbe   excl    (question word, introduces a question, comparable with 'hey' in English)
ndagumye   phr    I'm well (said as answer to the question: uragumye?)
ndakomeye   phr    I am fine (said as answer to the question: urakomeye?)
nde     adj    1  class 1
singular: umu-
who? (in questions and with 1. class sg. only)
(who is it?) ninde
ryari     when? (in questions only)
te     how? (in questions only)
ubugene   how, as (not in questions)
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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how    (adv., not in questions) ukuntu, ingene, ubugene
(conj.) uko
(in questions only) -te, gute?
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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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questioning    impaka
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thou    (mainly in greetings or questions) ga
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when    (not in questions) aho, iyo, ni
(in questions only) ryari?
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where    (not in questions) aho
(in questions only) hēhe ? ?
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you    (sing.) wewe, weho, we
(pl.) mwebwe, mweho
(and you) nawe, namwe
(like you) nkawe, nkamwe
(mainly in greetings, questions) ga
(you there!) yewe! yemwe!
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 question found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 33   Class 10 aha-
lesson 44   Some verbs
 question found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 39   –tuma used to show Reason or Cause
chapter 53   Nouns of Relationship
chapter 60   ic’ ari co, uw’ ari we, etc.