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-meratnz1-mea (kwa mimea)grow (plants)2-ota, -mea (kwa mmea)sprout, grow (of plants)ekemeerwaobhomera
merongo enetkarobainiforty
merongo ɨbhɨrɨtkishirinitwenty
merongo ɨbhɨrɨ na yɨmwɨtkishirini na mojatwenty-one
merongo ɨbhɨrɨ nɨ ɨbhɨrɨtkishirini na mbilitwenty-two
merongo ɨnaanɨtkthemaninieightyinyanyɨbhɨkwɨ merongo ɨnaane
merongo ɨsaasabhatksitinisixty
merongo ɨtaanʉtkhamsinififtyisaanʉbhɨkwɨ merongo ɨtaanʉ
merongo ɨtatʉtkthelathinithirty
merongo kendatktisinininety
merongo muhungatɨtksabiniseventy
-meshatnz-akisireflect
-migiriryatnz-lazimisha kitu kupita kwenye upenyoforce something to pass through an opening-imigirirya
-mimitatnz-fyonzasuck-nyunyura 2
-minzatnz-tupa, -rusha throw away, flick
-miryatnz-penga kamasiblow one's noseikimirya
misengebhamisengenmshangaziaunt (father's sister)
-mitatnz1-kamua (k.m., kitambaa)wring out (e.g., a rag)Zena aramita amanze muzengebho.Zena anakamua maji kwenye nguo.Zena wrung the water out of the clothes.2-binyapinchMwanjuma aramita zembere zaazɨ.Mwajuma anabinya matiti yake.Mwajuma pinched her nipples.
-mitituvumkuwa na ubaridibe cold
-mitʉkatnz-ishabe finished
-mɨɨzu1vumbaridi (kwa vinywaji)cold (for drinks)Oreende kunywa amanzi amamɨɨzu, ʉgatʉʉrɨ mufiriiji.Ukitaka kunywa maji baridi, uyaweke kwenye friji.If you want to drink cold water, put it in the refrigerator.-meeza
-mɨɨzu2vum-tulivucalm, peacefulIcharʉ chɨtʉ cha Tanzaniya kɨmɨɨzu.Nchi yetu ya Tanzania ni tulivu.Our country of Tanzania is peaceful.
-mɨratnz-mezaswallowekemeroriimero-mɨra gʉʉdi
-mɨra gʉʉditnz-meza kitu kwa kutumia maji bila kutafuna (k.m., vidonge)swallow something whole with water (e.g., pills)-mɨra
-mɨra nzoyatnz1-kimbiarun awaymɨra nzoya bhataaza kʉkʉgwatakimbia wasije kukukamata-ng'osa 22-torokaescapeUmwɨtʉ akamɨra nzoya kʉrɨka mwibhohero.Kaka alitoroka kutoka gerezani.His brother escaped from jail.