wear    kwāmbara, gufuba
(belt, girdle) gukenyera
(many clothes) guhūnda
(out) gushira, gutamiza
(out completely) guhombōza
(out person) gutamya
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gukenyera (-kenyeye)     v    1. to persist patiently, 2. prepare to fight, 3. to wear belt, girdle, to tie in at waist
belt    umukandara, umusipi (Sw.)
(to wear a ~) gukenyera
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guhūnda (-hūnze)     v    1. to wear many clothes, 2. to form grains
gushira (-shize)     v    1. to put, to place, 2. to wear out, to finish (vi)
girdle    umukānda
(to wear a) gukenyera
(with) gukenyeza
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gutamiza (-tamije)     v    to tire out, wear out (vt)
clothes    impūzu, umwāmbaro, icāmbarwa, inyāmbaro
(very nice, colorful) uruhwijima
(worn out) agashāmbara, umushāmbara
(to put on, wear) kwāmbara
(to put on) kwīyambika
(to rinse) kurongorora
(to scrub, to beat, to rub) kunyukura
(to take off) kwīyambura
(to tear) gukākagura
(to tear in anger) gukākura, kumwāga
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guhombōza (-hombōje)     v    to use up or wear out completely
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
gufuba (-fuvye)     v    1. to wear, 2. to hide (vi)
gutamya (-tamije)     v    1. to exhaust, 2. to weary, 3. to be beyond what one can do
gutara (-taze)     v    1. to be late (of rains), to not fall, 2. to put near fire to dry, scorch or roast, 3. to put beer in a warm place, 4. to argue and swear that you're right, 5. to take one's case to chief knowing you're right
gutuka (-tutse)     v    1. to slander, 2. to swear at, 3. to insult
ikabutura (ama-  5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
short trousers, shorts (not underwear)
ikariso (ama-  5  class 5
singular: i-,iri-
plural: ama-
underwear, slip, boxer shorts (from Fr. caleçon)
indushi (in-)     3  class 3
singular: i-,in-
plural: i-,in-
weary, unfortunate person
kurahīra (-rahīye)     v    to vow, swear, take oath
kurambira (-rambiye)     v    to weary by a long speech or delay
kurambirwa (-rambiwe)     v    1. to be wearied by long speech or delay, 2. to become impatient, 3. to be bored
kuruha (-rushe)     v    to be tired, weary
kuruhira (-ruhiye)     v    1. to do the work of another without approval, 2. to get weary at, for
kuruhīsha (-ruhīshije)     v    to make weary
kwāmbara (-āmbaye)     v    to wear, to put on (clothes), to dress oneself
kwīsiba (-īsivye)     v    1. to swear, 2. to vow
uburuhe     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) weariness, fatigue
ubutame     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) weariness
umukenyezi (aba-  1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
woman, female (lit. someone wearing a wrap skirt)
umuyebe   2  class 2
singular: umu-
miming dance of men wearing birds feathers, Imbo region
argue    (the liking to ~) amahāne
(to ~) guhārīra, kuja impāri
(to ~ about) gukiranira
(to ~ and swear that you're right) gutara
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maintain    kugumya, kugumiriza
(one's position, argue and swear that you're right) gutara
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swear    kwīsiba
(give oath) kurahīra
(at) gutuka
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underwear    ikariso
(for women) impuzu zo munsi
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wearied    (to be ~, by long speech or delay) kurambirwa
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weariness    uburuhe, ubutame
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weary    (person) indushi
(to ~) gutamya, kurambira
(to be) kuruha
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woman    (lit. one wearing a wrap skirt) umukenyezi
(married ~) umugore
(lady-like, respected) umupfasoni
(elderly, respectful term) umukamakare
(elderly, disrespectful term) umukēcuru
(who has left many husbands and finally goe's to parent's home to build) igisubiramuhira
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 wear found in: Kirundi I (Study lessons)
lesson 56   Past of –ri