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*-raaratnz-lalasleep, lie down7.1.3Lie down5.7Sleep
*-raarikatnz1-alikainvite2.6.1.1Arrange a marriage3.5.3.2Information6.1.2.5Plan4.2.1.1Invite2-tangazaannounce3.5.1.2.1Announce3-hubiripreachPauro yaagenda mukyaro na munyanja araraarika eng'ana ya Waryubha.Paulo alienda nchi kavu na baharini akihubiri neno la Mungu.Paul went by land and by sea preaching the word of God.4.9.5.4Religious ceremony
*-raarukatnz-tawanyika (watu kwenye msiba)be dispersed (people at a funeral)7.5.1.1Separate, scatter
*-raaryatnz1-laza (kitu)lay down (something)7.1.3Lie down8.3.1.4Horizontal2-laza (kwa kumhifadhi mtu nyumbani)give lodging to (someone)Juma yaagya owaabho Mwajuma, bhakamuraarya munyumba mpaka nyinkyo.Juma alienda kwao Mwajuma, wakamlaza ndani ya nyumba mpaka asubuhi.Juma went to his family's place and they gave him lodging in the house until morning.4.2.1.4.2Show hospitality
*-rabhatnz-onjataste5.2.2.4Manner of eating2.3Sense, perceive2.3.3Taste
*-rabhankanatnz-fanya utundube mischievous, make mischief4.2.5Drama
*-rabhibhwa1tnz-takaswabe cleansed2.3Sense, perceive
*-rabhibhwa2tnz-onjeshwabe tasted
*-rabhirwatnz-sahauforget2.6.4.5Old person7.6.3Lose, misplace3.2.6.1Forget
*-rabhuvum1saficlean, pureAmanji ga mukisima kyetu m-marabhu bhukong'u.Maji ya kisima chetu ni safi sana.Our well water is very clean.5.6.1Clean, dirty1.3.6Water quality5.6.4Wash clothes2-eupewhite, light (in color)Omwana wa hiika yaana ameeno amarabhu.Mtoto wa nyumbani ana meno meupe.The child at home has white teeth.8.3.3Light8.3.3.3.1White5.4.4Care for the teeth3bila doaspotless8.3.7.8.2Blemish2.1.4Skin4-takatifuholyamang'oore amarabhumaandiko matakatifuholy writings8.3.7.3Perfect4.9.3.1Sacred writings
*-rabhuukatnz1-chujuka, -paukafade (colors)2.5.6Symptom of disease8.3.3.3.6Change color2-chafukabe dirty5.6.1Clean, dirty
*-rabhuukuvum1kijivu; kitu kijivugray (Am), grey (Br)ekintu kirabhuukukitu cha kijivua gray object8.3.3.3.4Colors of the spectrum2.1.4Skin2-pauko (yaani, -enye kupauka)faded5.3Clothing8.4.6.5.4Old, not new
*-rabhyatnz-takasacleanse5.6.1Clean, dirty
*-raga1tnz1-agabid farewell, say goodbye4.2.1.4Visit3.5.1.4.4Say farewell2-punga mkonowave one's hand7.3.1.3Shake
*-raga2tnz-ahidipromise2.6.1.1Arrange a marriage3.5.1.9Promise
*-ragura1tnz-agua, -piga ramlipredict, foretell, divine, tell one's fortune2.5.6.6Vision, hallucination4.9.4.7Omen, divination
*-ragura2tnz-tibu (k.m., kidonda, ugonjwa, n.k.)treat (e.g., a wound, an illness, etc.)2.5.3Injure
*-ragura3tnz-wika (k.m., jogoo)crow (e.g., of a rooster)1.6.4.3Animal sounds6.3.6.1Chicken
*-rajatnz-piga tekekick7.7.3Kick
*-rakuratnz-lima (ovyoovyo)farm hapharzadly7.3.2.9Push
*-rambukatnz-fa njaastarve5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty2.5.2.1Malnutrition, starvation
*-rambururatnz-kunjuaunfold, spread open7.3.4.4Hold
*-ramiratnz-pokeareceive7.4.2Receive