sometimes    rimwe na rimwe, rimwe-rimwe, hamwe-hamwe
En-En dictionary 
gutumagura (-tumaguye)   v    to hit repeatedly but gently with fist (mother sometimes does it to child)
ifi (ama-)     3   5  sg. class 3: i-,in-
pl. class 5: ama-
  
fish (plural sometimes also i-)
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
En-En dictionary 
inzu (in-  3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
  
house, building (plural sometimes also amazu)
gutūba (-tūvye)   v    to grow smaller (sometimes used of moon)
gutūbūka (-tūbūtse)   v    to grow larger (sometimes used of moon)
nyoko (ba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
  
your (sing. or pl.) mother (sometimes with negative implication, rude derogative)
rimwe na rimwe   phr    sometimes
umukata (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
  
black, (sometimes blue)
urwānkūnzi     6  class 6
singular: uru-
  
(no pl.) favoritism, partiality (sometimes as result of bribe)
mother    (dearly loved) māma w'umukōndo
(my, our) māma, māwe, ma
(your) nyōko (sometimes with negative implication, rude derogative)
(his, her, their) nyina
En-En dictionary 
 sometimes found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 11   Class 3 in–, in– (continued)
lesson 32   Class 9 uku–, ama–
lesson 38   Higher Numbers
lesson 41   –ose (All, Every)
lesson 45   Verb –zi (To know)
lesson 48   Personal Pronouns
lesson 68   Negative Imperative and Subjunctive
lesson 69   Possessive Particle –a Changed to –o
lesson 72   Negative of Far Past
lesson 88   Demonstrative Adjectives III
lesson 102   Miscellaneous Words
lesson 104   Uses of Nta
lesson 111   How to Say “Some”; The Conditional
lesson 119   More Adverbs
lesson 120   Miscellaneous Expressions
lesson 122   Summary of Tenses
 sometimes found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 1   Compound Past Tenses
chapter 3   Conditional Sentences – “if”
chapter 15   –ribu– Tenses
chapter 22   Participles
chapter 54   Comparisons
chapter 64   umwe, bamwe etc. used for “the”
chapter 77   “From ... Until”
chapter 78   Exclamations
chapter 79   Various Expressions
 sometimes found in: Imyibutsa (proverbs)
Umwibutsa 40   Umugizi siwe mugirirwa....