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be cruel; to be evil bipila HHL v fit badly, as of clothing m bisana HHH n 1 boy li bisi HH n 11 fresh milk bisi HL n 5 watermelon li bisi HL n 11 watermelon plant m bisi HL n 10 watermelon plants biyapidza LLLL v smoothen; to make smooth bobola HHL v howl as of an animal bodzeka LLL v cause something to rot boka LL v praise in song; to give thanks lu boko HH n 11 arm bokolela HHHL v cry out loud; wail bola LL v rot or go bad, as of food lu bolela LLH n 11 bee or wasp sting lu bomba LL n 11 cream from fresh milk bomba LL v snarl, as an angry dog; roar, as a bull bonya LL v blink, as of an eye bonyolola HHHL v reveal; to tell of something private bora HL v bore; drill buba LL v lie down, as of a bird, a hare ready to run or fly away chi bubi LL n 7 spider chi budzana HLH n 7 kid goat budzulula HLHL v speak scornfully; be spiteful; tell someone off bukula HHL v bark, as of a dog bula LL n 5 intestine m bulayi HHL n 1 killer; murderer buli HH n 5 hole bulula HHL v livestock going out to pasture chi bululu HHH n 7 small brown lizard m bumbi HH n 1 creator; builder; maker; a moulder bumbika HHL v be well-formed or well-shaped chi bumbiko HHL n 7 features bumbulu HHH n 5 egg bumbuluka HHHL v roll on the ground or a flat surface bundo HH n 5 pleat m bungu LH n 3 part of a stalk turned reddish brown because of a stalk borer bunguka LLL v turn reddish of a stalk of a sweet reed as a result of a stalk borer m buso HL n 3 government; reign butha HH v repose; rest, as of animals buthaka LLH adj. mine (cl.7) bu chapa LH n 14 carelessness; clumsiness; uncleanliness chapa LH n 5 careless person chebuka HHL v look sideways; look behind; look over your shoulder bu chechana LLH n 14 youth n chechana HLH n 1 young one n checheni HHH n 3 type of tree chedza LH n 7 light chefi HL n 9 poison cheka HL v cut chekeledza HHHL v go by a short route; take a short cut chekelela HHHL v cut into small pieces, as of meat in preparation for stewing chekesa HHL v cause to cut up n cheko HL n 3 sewing pattern chela HL v draw or fetch water or any other liquid c Hela HL n 9 space underneath the granary and usually fowls sleep there chela LL v pluck off, as of a fruit or greens chelelela HHHL v draw water for someone chema HL v scream chemba HL n 9 chamber pots chemela HHL v rebuke; reprove; scold; chide n chemo HL n 3 loud scream or cry chena LL adj.
For any use of this material, please see CBOLD and the Bantuists’ Manifesto. no, a word of denial or refusal adiresi HLHL n 9 an address adzima HHL v lend; borrow aina HHL v press, as of clothes aini HHL n 9 an iron used for pressing clothes ainika HHHL v be well ironed ajee LLH dem.
those akabala HHHL v wonder; perplexed; amazed; hesitate chi ako LL n 7 corn head zwi ako LL n 8 corn heads akugwa HHL v be enjoyed akula HHL v to enjoy akuna LHL adv.
nothing alakana LLLL v remember alakanisa LLLLL v remind; advise; cause to remember zw amba LH n 8 lovers amba LL v plead ch amba LH n 7 lover ambaamba LLLL v to grope, in search of something ambadza LLL v clothe or help put on clothing ambala LLL v to put on clothes or garments chi ambalo LLL n 7 type of clothing ambuka LLL v clear up, as of smoke or clouds; come off, as a shoe ambula LLL v to undress or take-off your clothes ameni HHL n 9 Amen ch ampupuludze HHHHL n 7 dust storm zw ampupuludze HHHHL n 8 dust storms amuchidza LLLL v pay, as a salary amuchila LLLL v receive amula LLL v relieve someone of some burden b ana LH n 2 children ng’w ana LH n 1 child ba anadi HHH n 2 girls; young women ng’w anana LHH n 1 girl; female child ng’w anangu LHL n 1 my child andama HHL adj.
scattered about in all directions ng’w anedu LHL n 1 young sibling anga LL v freeze; congeal angama HHL v float; be buoyant angudza LLL v bathe someone, as a child angula LLL v to menstruate; to bathe angulanya LLLL v to stop a fight angulila LLLL v help someone from being beaten ma ano LL n 6 plans; devices; schemes apajee LHLH dem.
still, as of water; Holy ba engi LL n 2 nurses ng’w eni LH n 1 owner; master b eni LH n 2 owners m eno LH n 6 teeth erebhu LHL n 10 pods that grow on a tree, favourite food for goats m esho LH n 6 eyes ezedza LLL v put to sleep, as a child ezela LLL v sleep; go to bed ng’w ezi LH n 1 visitor or guest b ezi LH n 2 visitors; guests bu fa H n 14 inheritance fa H v die zwi fafa HL n 8 epilepsy; epileptic fits chi fani LH n 7 surname fanila HHL v. ought; must; need to; look very nice on someone, as of some garment fanilo HHL n 9 obligation; duty; right; a requirement i fano HL n 7 physical likeness; resemblances, particularly of individuals fantisi LHL n 9 garage sale; sell by auction feidza HHL v cause to fail feila HHL v fail fele LL n 5 cockroach fema LL v breathe femeleka LLLL v breath heavily because of over-exertion fep Ha HH v blow the nose fesitere HHLL n 5 window n fi H n 1 dead person fidza HL v finish fiko HL n 5 small tree branch put in a bucket full of water so it does not spill while carrying it fila HL v get to the end; die at fivara HLH n 9 a fever fojo HL n 9 tobacco foro HL n 9 furrow in a ploughed field foroko HHH n 9 fork foromu LLL n 9 mould, used for moulding bricks fosholo HHL n 9 spade founi HHL n 9 telephone nji fu H n 10 deaths lu fu H n 11 death i fuba HH n 7 chest; breast as of chicken; a cough; sputum; phlegm fuba HH v become dwarfed as a person, animal or plant fuka HL v wear, as a blanket fukula LLL n 9/10 bitch fula LL v graze, as of animals fula HH v blow something off by breath, as of dust or small particles of something fulawa LHL n 9 bread flour fulele HHH n 9 mist; fog fulemachini LHHHL n 9 flying machines; aeroplanes fuleni HHL n 9 flannel fulo HH n 5 foam; froth; scum on water fuluka HHL v remove one’s abode; depart; migrate; move house fuma HH v be rich fumbatila HHHL v make a fist; clasp, as of a fist n fumi HH n 1 a rich person fumika HHL v cover up something fumula HHL v uncover, as of a lid funda HH v sip or eat something and keep in mouth fung’wa HL n 9 riches funya HH v sit crosslegged funye HL n 7 go-away birds fupa HH n 5 bone; jealousy fupatila HHHL v turn one’s back upon fupi HH adj. very short furisilaxa HHLLL n 9 thin rope at the end of a whip used when cracking the whip ma futa HH n 6 oil; body creams of all types futa HH n 5 piece of fat gaberi LLH n 7a turtle gabha LH n 5 bucket; tin gabi LH n 5 lash; euphemism for a snake at night gabuka LLL v has had a large opening gabula LLL v make a large opening; rip open ma gada LH n 6 sediments or dregs of traditional beer gagadzahamba LLLHL n 5 crab ma gai LH n 6 eggs or nits of fleas or lice gaisa LHL v grind, as of corn n gaiso LHL n 3 grinding mills; mills; ground corn gakhwa HL n 5 pool of water (not manmade) gala LL v sit down; dwell; live gala-bge LLL v trust; believe in gala-bheya LLHL v sit indecently exposing some private part of the body gala-moyo LLLL v be satisfied n gali LL n 1 dweller; inhabitant of gali-dema LHLH n 5 gathering by family and relatives after a bereavement when food is prepared the dead person’s belongings are distributed among the children galidza LLL v sit on someone’s place or seat galila LLL v to wait for; stay or live for zwi galila-migoti LLLLHL n 8 the first small breasts that a young girls grows gama LL v catch in the hand, as of a ball gamu HL n 5 relative ganda HL n 5 skin, as of a human being or an animal; peel, as of a fruit gandana LHH n 5 strip of a tattered garment; a tattered garment gando LL n 5 lean animal; an emanciated animal; meat from a very lean animal gangari LHL n 5 sweet wild bulb gangwa LL n 5 peel of a watermelon ganyu LH n 5 membrane garaji LHL n 9 garage gaswa LH n 5 half; remainder gat’e LH n 5 bitter wild melon gavu LH n 5 species of gourd eaten when tender bu gebeng’a LHL n 14 gangstership geidi LHL n 9 gate gele LL v be seated gesi HL n 9 gas geyara LHH n 9 gear n gibelo LHL n 3 Saturday nji go L n 10 serving spoons; ladles lu go L n 11 ladle go L n 5 wasp ma go L n 6 wasps; hornets n gobhani LHL n 3 intestinal disorder n godi LH n 3 mine chi gogoro LLL n 7 hardened caterpillar in the ground before it hatches to be a butterfly gola HL n 5 vulture; a black vulture gole LH n 5 year; cloud golelino LHHH n 5 this year gololwani LLLL n 5 white-billed storks gomba LH n 5 hole; opening dug on the ground gombo HL n 5 new field which is being ploughed the first time gombo HH n 5 enlarged navel gondalume LLLL n 5 tall and stout male person gonde LL n 5 cactus gondolo LLH n 5 big calf, fit to weaned; a grown up child gonya HL v sleep with ones legs folded back gonyana LLH n 5 worm; maggot gonye LL n 5 big worm ma gonye LL n 6 game of touching by kids gonye-danga LLLH n 5 worm of the type found in the kraal gopo LH n 5 blind eye of either a person or an animal; a blind thing or person (derogative) n goro HL n 3 trough which cattle to drink from or be fed from; a boat or a canoe chi goro HL n 7 cow or goat which does not have adequate milk to feed its calf gorokoro LLLL n 5 windpipe gorokorwana LLLLL n 5 creek gorua LLL n 5 thin emancipated animal lu goti HL n 11 big wooden spoon, used when brewing beer gotsha LL n 5 shoot from the previous year’s corn stalk or root of a reed govu HL n 5 greedy person bu govu HL n 14 greed gubungano LHHL n 5 assembly or gathering n gudugudu LLLL n 3 rectum gukhwa LH 5 5 a bag made from ox hide used for carrying sour milk gukuno LHL n 5 salt licks; places in the veld when game and livestock come to lick gukurume LHHL n 5 cock gukuta LHL n 5 unbrayed and shrivelled skin gula LL n 5 part of the field that is left in fallow for a particular season gulu LH n 5 stomach gululu LLL n 5 big lizard that lives on big boulders or large stones guma LH n 5 wall gumbatila LHHL v hold hard onto something; struggle with each other gumbo LL n 5 leg; wheel; foot gumi HL n 5 ten gumu LH n 5 ox or cow without horns gumula LLL v hit another with the head gunda LL n 5 owl gungubudza LLLL n 5 arge scorpion which is very poisonous gungwana LLH n 5 wheel guni HH n 5 log guse HL n 5 big lump of fur guta HL v be full; be satisfied with food gutegute LHLL n 5 species of grasshopper or locust that is not edible gutukutu LLLL n 5 verandah guwo HH n 5 scream guwu HH n 5 cave gwa L v fight; quarrel bu gwa H n 14 pus gwadza HL v to hurt someone emotionally; to hurt physically. which (cl.9) iribadza LLLL v cause to faint; apply anasthesia iribala LLLL v faint isa LL v take to; take something to someone zwi isana HHH n 8 small boys ba isana HHH n 2 boys chi isana HHH n 7 small boy iswi LH pron. already kama HH v milk, as of cows; comb one’s hair i kamba HH n 7 back of the body kambaila HHHL v crawl, as of a baby; creep kamela LHL n 9 camel n kami HL n 1 someone who does the milking kampa HH n 9 camp ma kamu HL n 6 relatives kamu HL n 9 comb kang’waza HHH adv.
gwadza-moyo HLLL v grieve; be hurt; sorrow gwakwa LL n 5 spineless monkey orange fruit gwakwa HL n 5 dry veld bu gwala LH n 14 timidity; cowardice gwala HL v sick; ill gwala LH n 5 coward gwamu LH n 5 human milk nji gwana LH n 10 spoons; cutlery lu gwana LH n 11 spoon gwani LL n 5 leaf of corn, off the stalk gwata LL v hide oneself gwati LH n 5 outer bark of a tree bu gwele HL n 14/6 illness; disease n gwele HL n 1/2 patient; sick person gwenya LH n 5 scabies gwere-gwere LHLH n 5 type of wild bird gwili LH n 5 potato gwilikwiti LLLL n 5 measles gwililila LHHL v repeat; go over again; revise gwisa LH n 14 powder; flour gwisa LL v struggle; try gwisanya LLL v cause to quarrel or fight; stir up strife n gwisanyi LLL n 1 mischief-maker; stirrer of a strife ha L conj. female, as of an animal hakata LHL n 10 divining bones lu hala LH n 10 shotgun; ball bearings hali HH n 9 pot halula LHL v escape; survive n hama LL n 3 half of the body hama HH n 9 relative hamba HH n 9/10 tortoise hamilo LHL n 9 small milking bucket hamujana LHLH n 9 small hammer hamuli LHL n 9 hammer hang’ara LHH n 9 hanger hanga HH n 9/10 guinea fowl hangang’wa LHH n 10 forgetfulness hanya LL n 10 shame hanyaa-paladza LLLLLL n 9 rhinoceros hanyanisi LHHL n 9 onion hapkha LH n 9/10 armpit haraka LHH n 9 rake, used in the garden hate HH n 9/10 headpad hazwadzi HLL n 9/10 brother; sister; sibling hlama LL n 9 fermented beer before it is boiled hobana LLH n 10 streams hobe HL n 9/10 fish chi hoke HL n 7 hook, as of a stick hoko HL n 9 an enclosure for fowls hola LL n 9 grown-up; elder holo HL n 9 hall hombana LHH n 10 finger or toe nails hombela LLL n 9/10 antbears homo HH n 9/10 bags; sacks hong’wana LHH n 9 small bag or sack; a pouch honyana LLH n 10 worms hope HH n 10 eye lashes; sleep hotela LHL n 9 hotel hubadzi LHL n 10 injuries hudzululu LHLL n 9 blackbird huku HH n 9/10 fowl; chicken hukwana LHH n 9 chick; chicken huleha LHL v inspan; tie up an animal hulo LL n 9/10 tonsils huluba LHL n 9 dust; powder hulula LHL v unbound, as of oxen that were inspan; outspan; unbound or set free hulunula LLLL v unload; take out of something e.g. on purpose; intentionally kanga HL v roast; fry kangang’wa HHL v forget kangula HHL v wear something new for the first time kanya LL v roll up, as the legs of a pair of trousers or of shirt sleeves kanyi HL n 17 home kapa HH v unsettle, as sediments in water, ie.
how chinya HL v spoil; destroy chinya-buso HHHH v show displeasure facially chinya-ntumbu HHHL v abort illegally, as when pregnant chinya-zina HHLL v defamation of character i chinyi HL n 7 mischievous person; a spendthrift; someone who wastes chinyidzila HHHL v spoil for someone; destroy something belonging to someone chinyika HHL v become spoiled; be destroyed chinyikigwa HHHL v have a miscarriage c Hinyikilo LHHL n 10 costs; expenses; damages; losses sustained chinyolocho LHHL adv.
soon; quickly; rapidly chipa LL v cheap chisa HL v frighten; cause to be afraid chiwa HL v be feared cholopo HHH n 9 fly, as of trousers chona HH v be penniless; be without money chova LL v to pedal, as a bike chubhu HL n 9 tube chuludza HHL v cause to jump; cause to cross; skip, as with a monthly event chuluka HHL v jump up or over chuluka-chuluka HHHLLL v hop about chulukila HHHL v jump onto i chuu HL n 7 stew; well cooked food da H v love; like dabga LH n 5 type of bird dabi LH n 5 branch, as of a tree dabila LHL v to answer or to reply dada LL n 5 duck; mock someone daisi LHL n 5 dice lu daka LL n 11 wet cow dung in the kraal daka LL v intoxicate; make drunk chi dakwa LH n 7 drunkard dala HL n 5 receptable for unthreshed corn made of poles dama HL n 5 word; cheek damba LH n 5 large sour monkey plum dana HL v call; draw attention to; love each other; like each other danda HL n 5 log; block of wood lu dandi LH n 11 spider web danga LH n 5 kraal; sheep fold; pen dani LL n 5 slippery liquid, as from okra dat Ha LH n 5 large anthill debge LL n 5 kaross; leather blanket deelela HLHL v not to respect someone; look down upon deenya HLH n 5 skull delele LLL n 5 okra deluka LLL v descend from a height; come down bu delukilo LLLL n 14 platform; station delusa LLL v cause to come down or descend; let down demegwa LHH n 5 part of a field where the trees are still being cleared dendeli LLL n 5 type of temporary door made from sticks from trees denga HL n 5 overhead covering dengezela LHHL v to carry something on the head without holding it denje LL n 5 small bush deri HL n 9 dairy dhubika LLL v dip in water; immerse in a liquid dhubula LLL v take something out of liquid, which was soaked or immersed dhukudza LLL v shake some clothing or garment with the intention to remove dust dhuma LL v agree dhumano LLL n 9 mutual agreement; agreement n dhumbi LH n 3 drizzle; rain gently; rain in gentle showers n dhumila LHL n 3 type of tree dhumila LLL v to believe, as in God dhumilana LLLL v agree with each other dhumilani LHHL n 9 conventional way of greeting dhumilano LLLL n 9 agreement n dhumili LLL n 1 believer; a christian dhumiligwa LLLL v be admitted, as in a school dhumilila LLLL v allow; permit dibhi HL n 9 dip, type of pesticide didima LLL v rumble, as of lightning or as of an earthquake diika LHL v be educated diila LHL v educate for/at n diiwa LHH n 1 pupil; student dila LL v pour dilidzila LLLL v to water, as of plants or a garden dindi LL n 5 thick beef steak without bones dindingwe LLL n 5 leopard diraya LHH v wind up, as a bucket from a well dishwa LH n 5 standing grass ditima LLL n 5 pumpkin n diwa HL n 1 loved one; beloved one diya HH v teach; preach n diyi HH n 1 teacher; priest lu do H n 11 love dobi LH n 5 relish made from shredded meat and ground peanuts dodola LLL v to walk on your toes dohona HHL v pound meat or peanuts in a mortar; pound into a paste dole LL n 5 meat from an emancipated animal; lean meat dolo LH n 5 corn or sorghum measured in terms of threshing loads dombo LH n 5 mountain; hill dongo LL n 5 ruin; deserted house or home donkana LHL n 7 foal of a donkey; grey/black low quality blanket donki LH n 7/6 donkey dope LL n 5 muddy water; mud dororo LLL n 5 fowl excrete or rubbish dot Ha LL v drip, as liquid; a slight drizzle of rain dot Hedza LLL v pour a small drop onto dot Hi LH n 5 drop of some liquid; a drop of rain dotomosi LHHL n 5 type of reptile found on the rocks lu dozo HL n 11 walking stick used by the old people dozo LL n 6 leg of a chicken dubula LHL v remove dirt from one’s body by either rubbing by hand or using a soft stone when taking a bath dukuta LLL n 5 perspiration; sweat dula HL n 5 granary dumba HL n 5 drum dumba LL n 5 shack dumbu LH adv.
the following day chinga HH v receive with both hands showing appreciation chinga HL adv.
since; eversince chingama HHL v lie across; slant chingamidza HHHL v run across to meet someone; put by the fire chingamila HHHL v bask, as in the sun or by the fire chingamisa HHHL v cause to lie across chini LH adv.
a truck huma LL n 9 big forehead that protrudes into the front hungubele LHLH n 9/10 butterfly huni HH n 10 firewood hupa HL n 9/10 ticks; bush lice n huta HL n 3 kind or type hutara LHH n 9 hooter n hutha HL n 4 fenced passages for handling cattle for spray dipping hutshe HL n 9/10 hat hutshe HL n 9 hat mi hwa H n 3/4 thorn hwa H v hear hwachulo LLL n 9/10 mushrooms hwakwa LL n 10 dried fruit of wild orange hwali LH n 9 patridge hwalo HL n 10 books; letters hwanano LHL n 9 mutual friendship hwarakwara LLLL n 10 type of birds ma hwi H n 6 voices hwi H n 5 voice hwidza HL v make to taste hwika HL v be audible; be heard of; taste, as salt or spicing in a dish of meat hwila HL v feel, as with pain hwila-zogwadza HHLHL v to show mercy, compassion hwilila LHL v hear about; hear of; listen hwisa HL v cause to hear; give one to taste hwisisa LHL v understand bu hwola LL n 14 position of sinority; adulthood hwoso LH n 9 type of traditional dancing to song while shaking a can or calabash full of small stones hwoto LH n 9 the hornbill bird hwudo LL n 10 baboons hwumbu HL n 9/10 hunchback pa hwunde HL adv. to cause to be muddy kapi HL n 9 baby’s sun hat kapuku LHL n 9 snow i kara HL n 7 share, of a plough kara HL n 9 car karata HHH n 9 cards mo kashe LL n 3 lean starved dog kat’a LL v become tame; docile kat’a HH v play on something either making it dirty or spoiling it kat’ana HHL v coiled up, as a snake kat’isa LLL v discipline or train as of an animal n kat’iswani LLLL n 3 young ox being broken in to be yoked, or a young cow being trained to be milked lu kata HH n 11 heirloom katara HHL n 9 guitar, musical instrument ka Thulo HHL n 9 sentence or a verdict; judgement pa kati LH n 16 middle katila HHL v cushion a load carried on the head katsha LL v crush s.o., as with a stone katsi HL n 7 cat kaya LL v describe; say kaya HH v tie together the hing legs of a cow so that it stand still while milking it i kayi LH n 7 example n kayo HH n 3 rope used for fastening a cow’s legs when being milked keetani HHLL n 9 chain kekedza HHL v cackle, as a hen in search of a place to make a nest keleka HHL v examine; look into carefully kene LL conj.