Search results for "Impatient"

b̯u̱sadamu̱ku̱n1loose talk; speech uttered without any self-controlSynkarab̯ule4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.5.1.1.3Speak a lot2lack of self-control4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient

irohoRunyoron1thirst; feeling of wanting to drink s.t.Synbicokobijogomeeraijanikihikalwagameeromu̱koi̱jomurusinyoota 1rwanju5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty3.3Want2Metaphor. lust, craving, appetite, desire; excessive need for s.t.3.3.1.8Lust4.3.1.5.1Impatient3.3Want

kaci̱ri̱nimpatience; strong feeling of wanting to do or get s.t. or of wanting s.t. to happen to the extent of over anxietySynkahyakajali̱4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient

kahyanlust; repetitive expression of strong enjoyment or desire for s.t.Synkaci̱ri̱kajali̱3.3.1.8Lust4.3.1.5.1Impatient3.3Want3.4.1.1Like, love3.4.1.4Interested

kajagarai̱revar.kajagaarun1impatience, irritability, irascibility; state of being excited, not relaxed and with strong emotion3.4.2.3Angry4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.4.2.3.1Annoyed4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered3.4.2.1.6Upset4.1.6.1Unfriendly2intemperance, self-indulgence; lack of self-control in behaviour4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient3speaking without restraint, mouthing off; making s.t. known to others in a way that is not acceptable to all, e.g., publicising s.t. in an exaggerated waySynb̯u̱horozi̱keera 14.3.6.1Lack self-control3.5.1.3.6Exaggerate3.5.1.1.3Speak a lot

keeran1publicity in an exaggerated manner that involves making s.t. known to others in a way that is not acceptable to all, e.g., when a politician publicises his election victory in an exaggerated waySynb̯u̱horozi̱kajagarai̱re 33.5.1.2.1Announce3.5.1.3.6Exaggerate2emotional volatility; quality of not being calm and reasonable or easily upset3.4.2.3Angry4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.8.2.8Violent4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered

kwi̱ru̱kav1run; move on foot at a speed faster than trotting7.2.1.2Move quickly1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1.1Run2flow; move steadily and continuously in one directionSynkuheta1.3.1.3River1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour3desert, run away; leave a place or work with a given organization without permission4.1.7.1End a relationship7.2.3.3Leave7.2.4.5Move to a new house4.3.3.3Abandon3.1.2.4Ignore6.1.2.4.3Give up4.2.1.8.2Leave an organizationkwi̱ru̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryavbe impatient when s.t. is not yet readySynku̱jagani̱ri̱i̱ryakupapa4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatientkwi̱ru̱ki̱i̱ravrespond urgently to help s.b. who is in trouble8.4.6.4.4Immediately7.2.1.2Move quickly9.1.2.2React, respond4.4.4.7Relief8.4.8.1Quick8.4.8.3Sudden4.4.3Respond to troublekwi̱ru̱ki̱i̱ranganavurgently help each other in a time of suffering4.3.4.2Help4.1.4Neighborkwi̱ru̱u̱kyavpursue; chase or run after s.b. or s.t. so that you catch itSynkubinga 27.2.6Pursue6.4.1Huntkya kwi̱ru̱ki̱i̱rantemporary solution, quick fix; s.t. that is done in an emergency situation but pending a permanent solution to the problemSynkya kulindiraho8.4.8.1Quick8.4.2.4Temporary

mu̱jagani̱ri̱i̱ryabajagani̱ri̱i̱ryanimpatient, irascible, irritable person; s.b. unable to accept annoying behaviour or difficulties without becoming angry3.4.2.3Angry4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.4.2.3.1Annoyed4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered3.4.2.1.6Upset4.1.6.1Unfriendly

mu̱jagararu̱bajagararu̱nself-indulgent person; s.b. lacking self-control4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient

mu̱papu̱bapapu̱nimpatient, irascible, irritable person; s.b. unable to accept annoying behaviour or difficulties without becoming angry3.4.2.3Angry4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.4.2.3.1Annoyed4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered3.4.2.1.6Upset4.1.6.1Unfriendlymu̱papi̱nhabitually impatient irascible, irritable person3.4.2.3Angry4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.4.2.3.1Annoyed4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered3.4.2.1.6Upset4.1.6.1Unfriendly

mwi̱ru̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryabei̱ru̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryanimpatient person; s.b. who is unable to wait for a long time4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient

nyootanyootan1thirst; the feeling of needing or wanting a drinkSynbicokobijogomeeraijaniiroho 1kihikalwagameeromu̱koi̱jomurusirwanju5.2.2.5Hungry, thirsty3.3Want2Metaphor. craving, appetite, desire; excessive need for s.t.4.3.1.5.1Impatient3.3Want