surpass    (one who surpasses all others) agahebūza, agakūra
(thing that surpasses everything of its kind) akaminūza, akarēnzo
(to ~) kurēnga, kurusha, kurushiriza, kuruta, gusūmba
(all others, good or bad) guhebūza, kunengesēra
(to try to ~) guhiga
En-En dictionary 
gusūmvya (-sūmbije)     v    to cause to exceed, surpass
kunengesēra (-nengesēreye)     v    to fill to the brim, to surpass others altogether, to be perfect
kurutīsha (-rutīshije)     v    to cause to surpass
guhebūza (-hebūje)     v    1. to tell someone that his friend has died, 2. to be perfect, complete, absolutely wonderful, 3. to surpass all others either good or bad, 4. to deny emphatically, 5. to discourage
guhiga (-hize)     v    1. to race, contest, 2. try to surpass another, 3. dispute, 4. threaten
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
En-En dictionary 
agahebūza (udu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
one who surpasses all others
agakūra     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
(no pl.) one who surpasses all others
akaminūza (utu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
something that surpasses anything of its kind
akarēnzo (utu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
something that surpasses anything else of its kind
gusūmbwa (-sūmbwe)     v    to be surpassed
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!
kurēngwa (-rēnzwe)     v    to be surpassed
kurēnza (-rēnje)     v    1. to cause to surpass, 2. to flee
kurusha (-rushije)     v    1. to surpass, to be better, 2. to make tired
kurushiriza (-rushirije)     v    to surpass, receive more, to do even more
kuruta (-rushe)     v    to surpass, to be better (also used to make comparative)
kurutwa (-ruswe)     v    to be surpassed
 surpass found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 108   Adverb –te? Comparisons
 surpass found in: Kirundi II (Grammar)
chapter 54   Comparisons