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biribiriinterjtrue, verily; for sure it is true, an interjection expressing agreement with s.b. who is speakingBiribiri ye leka na kuteera mpaka.It is true do not even argue. of emphasis, definitely9.4.4.2Sure3.2.5.1Believe3.4.1.5Confident


eeinterjyes; an affirmative response9.4.6Yes

kiteekwaadvdefinitely; in a way that is certain, emphasizing that there is no doubt, that s.t. must be done or must happenSynb̯woza-b̯woza9.6.3.2Markers of emphasis 9.4.6Yes9.4.4.1Certainly, definitely9.4.4.2Surekikuteekwaadjmust do9.4.2.3Necessary, definitely9.4.3.2Hortativekuteekwavmust; used to say that s.t. is necessary or very important9.4.2.3Necessary, definitely9.4.3.2Hortative

ku̱gu̱mya1v1ascertain, confirm, prove, affirm; get the actual truth of s.t. in order to get convinced3.2.2.3Evaluate, test9.4.6Yes3.5.1.3True9.4.4.1Certainly, definitely9.4.4.2Sure2approve; judge s.b. or s.t. to be right or good3. with3.2.5.9Approve of something3guarantee; promise sincerely that you will do s.t. or that s.t. will happen3.5.1.9Promise4.7.5.7Take oath6.8.5.2Give pledge, bond4justify; assure that s.t. really it is right by providing reasonsSynku̱nanu̱ki̱sya3.2.2.3Evaluate, test4.7.5.8Vindicate3. do s.t. instantly without thinking twice8.

kwikirizav1agree; say that you will do what s.b. wants or to say “yes”Synkuhikanizakukengangana9.4.6Yes3.3.2.1Agree to do something3.2.5.4Agree with someone2accept; take what you have been given without refusing7.4.2Receive3.3.5.1Accept3admit; finally listen to the truth4.8.4.6Repent3.5.2.4Admit4permit; authorise4.5.3Exercise authority3.3.4Ask permission3.3.4.1Give permissionkwikiranizav1agree together, reach a compromise; make an agreement in order to work together8. of something3.2.5.4Agree with someone2share the same opinion or feel the same way, in order to mutually support each other4.1.5Unity3.2.5.4Agree with someonekwikiririzavbelieve in; fully trust s.b. without having any sense of doubtSynkunanukira4.9.5.7Salvation3.̯wav1be accepted, meet a standard that is preferred by most people4.3.1.2Meet a standard8.3.7.7Right, proper2be allowed, authorised, permitted; be given authority to do s.t.4.5.3Exercise authority3.3.4Ask permission3.3.4.1Give permissionkwi̱ki̱ri̱zi̱syavconvince, persuade; cause s.b. to do s.t. the way you want3.3.3Influence4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade