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babi̱nyi̱nchoir; group of people who sing together, esp. in a church or public performancesSynbahi̱i̱mi̱bahi̱i̱mi̱kikwayakwaya4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Singder. ofmu̱bi̱nyi̱

bahi̱i̱mi̱mu̱hi̱i̱mi̱nchoir; group of people who sing together, esp. in a church or public performancesSynbabi̱nyi̱babi̱nyi̱kikwayakwaya4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

bbandibbandiEnglishnband; musical group4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music

irakamarakan1voice; sound that comes from the mouth when s.b. is speaking or singing3.5.1.1Voice2sound2.3.2.2Sound3rhythm, tune, melody; one of the features of ‘kyembu’, i.e., the way a song can be sung4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

kigambwabigambwaninstrument that is used for producing musical sounds, e.g., drum, flute, etc.4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music

kikwatu kya byembubikwatu bya byembundancing instrument, e.g., rattles, etc.4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play musicder. ofkyembu

kutav1put; place s.t. somewhereSynkwi̱cya7.3Move something7.5.9Put7.3.4.3Put down2form; fashion9.1.2.5Make9.1.2.3Create3add on7.5.2.3Add to something8.1.4.2Increase4tune; adjust for better functioning, e.g., tune a radio4.2.3Music3.5.9.5Recorded music3.5.9.1Radio, television5switch on, e.g., electricity8.4.6.1Start something6bear; for a plant to produce leaves or bear fruit1.5.6Growth of plantskutamuv1put in, insert s.t. inside s.t.7.3.2.6Put in2include; make s.t. be part of a group7.5.2.3Add to something7.5.1.2Include7.3.2.6Put inkutamu maanivencourage; give s.b. support, courage or hope, or to persuade s.b. to do s.t. by making it easier for them and making them believe it is a good thing to doSynkwekambi̱syakwi̱ryamu maani4.3.4.5.1Provide for, support3.4.1.1.8Pleased with3.4.1.1.7Happy for4.3.2Admire someone3.2.5.9Approve of something3.4.1.1Like, love

kuzinaRunyorovsing; make musical sounds with your voice in the form of a song or tuneSynku̱hi̱i̱ma4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

ku̱hi̱i̱mavsing; use the mouth to produce the sound of a songSynkuzina4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

ku̱ku̱ngyavsing without pronouncing the words; sing with the lips open and making ‘ah’ sounds4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

kwayakwayaEnglishnchoir; group of people who sing together, esp. in a church or public performancesSynbabi̱nyi̱bahi̱i̱mi̱4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

kyembubyembunsong; words that are arranged in a melody that s.b. singsSynkizina4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music3.5.9.5Recorded music4.2.3.1Compose music4.2.3.3Singkikwatu kya byembundancing instrument, e.g., rattles, etc.4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play musicmusala kyembunMetaphor. composer; s.b. who writes music4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3.1Compose music

lu̱cekerencekerenmusical instrument that is shaken to produce a sound that is in line with the rhythm of the songSynlusansi4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music

mu̱bi̱nyi̱babi̱nyi̱ndancer; s.b. who moves the body, in a lively way, following the sound of music4.2.4Dancebabi̱nyi̱nchoir; group of people who sing together, esp. in a church or public performancesSynbahi̱i̱mi̱bahi̱i̱mi̱kikwayakwaya4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

mu̱hi̱i̱mi̱bahi̱i̱mi̱nmusician, singer; s.b. who sings, or plays a musical instrument, esp. in public4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music4.2.3.3Sing

mwami̱i̱ryabaami̱i̱ryansong leader, soloist; s.b. who leads a song4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music4.2.3.3Sing4.5.3.1Lead

ntelobeezentelobeezensound that is produced by a musical instrument, e.g., drum, flute, etc.4.2.3.4Musician4.2.3Music4.2.3.2Play music