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fu̱ndi̱bafu̱ndi̱Kiswahilin1tradesman6.1.6Made by hand6.1.1Worker6.5Working with buildings2carpenter, woodworker, builder; s.b. whose job is making and repairing wooden things, e.g., tables, chairs, beds, cupboards, etc.Synmu̱beezi̱6.1.6Made by hand6.6.3Working with wood6.5Working with buildings3tailor; s.b. who uses a sewing machine to sew clothesSynmu̱su̱nga kyeraanimu̱su̱ngi̱16.6.1Working with cloth

igemamagemanhem; edge of a piece of fabric that has been folded over and sewn, esp. on a piece of clothing5.3.6Parts of clothing6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.1Cloth8.6.6Edge

i̱hu̱u̱zi̱mahu̱u̱zi̱nthread, yarn; thin string of cotton, nylon, etc. used for sewing, knitting or from which a piece of cloth is made6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.4Weaving cloth6.6.1.3Knittingi̱hu̱u̱zi̱ lya kitambaaranthreads that are used to weave tableclothes6.6.1Working with cloth5.1.2Household decoration6.6.1.3Knitting6.6.1.1Cloth5.1.1.1Table

kanwanwab̯unwanwan1bunch of sisal threads tied together after stripping off the green chaff6.6.1Working with cloth7.5.4.1Rope, string6.6.1.2Spinning thread2one of the noose of a bird’s trap6.4.2Trap6.4.3Hunting birds7.5.4.1Rope, string7.5.4Tie

kiheru2biherunpatch; piece of cloth that remains on the one that has already been sewn6.6.1Working with cloth

kiraakabiraakan1patch; piece of s.t. like a cloth, net, etc. that is sewn on a hole6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.1Cloth2necrotic dermatitis; type of sickness that infects the skin making it look like it has been scalded but eventually ends up removing the affected flesh2.5.2.2Skin disease

kisensedebisensedenrag; old piece of cloth that is torn6.6.1Working with cloth5.6.6Wipe, erase6.6.1.1Cloth

kiwugobiwugondusting rag; piece of cloth used for mopping or wiping off the dust from household items such as tables, etc.Synki̱goye 16.6.1Working with cloth5.6.6Wipe, erase6.6.1.1Cloth

ki̱goyebi̱goyen1rag; small piece of cloth used to wipe off dust, e.g., on chairs, tables, and other similar itemsSynkiwugo6.6.1Working with cloth5.6.6Wipe, erase6.6.1.1Cloth2tourniquet; piece of cloth that is tied around a wound so that blood stops bleeding2.5.7Treat diseaseki̱goye kisusura lubbaahunduster; blackboard eraser5.6.6Wipe, erase

ki̱kosi̱bi̱kosi̱n1string, thread, cord; small diameter string, used esp. for tying roof rafters, fish, meat etc. with cloth7.5.4.1Rope, string6.6.1.4Weaving cloth6.6.1.3Knitting2belt-like piece of cloth that a widow or an orphan uses to wrap around the head or around the neck down onto the shoulders while at the funeral as an identification that such a person is either a widow or an orphan2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6.5Bury2.6.6.4Mourn

kukugiravhem; fold the end of a piece of cloth, esp. in order to prevent threads from pulling out5.3.6Parts of clothing6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.1Cloth8.6.6Edge

kumwonavmend; fix s.t. into s.t. else so as to cover an opening or a hole6.6.1Working with clothkumwoneeravkeep on repairing s.t., e.g., with a patch, esp. in a temporary way by keeping on adding a new piece of material6.6.1Working with cloth

kumwoneeravkeep on repairing s.t., e.g., with a patch, esp. in a temporary way by keeping on adding a new piece of material6.6.1Working with clothder. ofkumwona

kupaamavmend; repair a hole or worn patch, esp. in clothing with a piece of cloth or other material6.6.1Working with clothkupaamiiravkeep on mending patches on s.t. in order to maintain it6.6.1Working with clothkwepaamiiravIdiom. force yourself be a friend to s.b. when they are not interested in returning the friendshipSynkwebbohahokwebboheerakwehomeera4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kupaamiiravkeep on mending patches on s.t. in order to maintain it6.6.1Working with clothder. ofkupaama

ku̱su̱ngavsew; use a sewing machine or a needle to join a piece of cloth with threads6.6.1Working with cloth

kyeraanibyeraaninsewing machine6.6.1Working with clothmu̱su̱nga kyeraanintailor; s.b. who uses a sewing machine to sew clothesSynfu̱ndi̱ 3mu̱su̱ngi̱16.6.1Working with cloth

kyohyobyohyonstick used for separating the green chaff from sisal fibre6.6.1Working with cloth6.2.6Process harvest

luhindompindonneedle; s.t. used for weaving mats, etc.6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.4Weaving cloth6.6.1.3Knitting

lukobbankobban1tape measure; device used by the tailors and carpenters to measure the length or width of s.t.6.6.1Working with cloth8.2.8Measure2rubber band, bungee; strap that is stretched and is used for tying things, e.g., on a bicycle6.7.5Fastening tool7.5.4.1Rope, string7.5.4Tie

lu̱goyengoyencloth, linen; piece of material that is woven from the threads of cotton, etc.6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.1Clothlu̱goye lwa kulaalamunnightdress; piece of clothing that you put on while in bed so that you sleep comfortablySynnai̱ti̱5.7.1Go to sleep5.3.4Clothes for special occasionslu̱goye lwa ndanmaternity dressSynmateneti̱2.6.3Birth5.3.2Women's clothing

makongi̱i̱kongi̱ncommercial sisal; plant used as a fibre in building and that is spun for weaving ropes6.2.5.4Plant product6.6.1Working with cloth1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
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