umutūmba (imi-  2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
  
1. stem, trunk of tree, 2. torso of person or animal
 umutumba : Prefixless Present 2. pers. sing. with 1.class 3.pers. sg. object of:
gutumba (-tumvye)   v    to swell
hill    umusozi, umudūgo, umutumba
(brow of) igikombe
(of earth, to plant in) iburi
(slope of) inkūka, akamanuko, umurwa
(top of) impīnga
(little hills) ubutumba
(very big ~) igisozi
(white ant hill) umugina
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stem    umutūmba
(of word) itsina
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torso    umutūmba
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tree    igiti
(fruit tree) igiti c'ivyamwa
(base of) igitsina, itsina
(trunk) umutūmba
(small ones around big one) umuvyāro
(big spreading) umutagare
(palm) ikigazi
(small, palmlike) igisāndasānda
(of whih bark was used for clothing) umumānda, icōmore, umuvumu, ikivumu
(of which bark is used for rope) umuvūmvu
(to be many) gusagāra
(to climb) kwūrira
(to climb down) kwūruruka
(to cut) gukera, gutema, guca
(to cut off top) gukēmūra
(trees grown very close together) impatane
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trunk    (of tree, person, animal) umutūmba
(of banana tree after stalk is cut) igitumbatumba
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