Search results for "Weaving cloth"

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

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

kulukavweave, spin, knit; bring threads together in order to make a net or a table cloth, etc. or to twist strips of material in order to make a basket or a food container, etc. baskets and mats6.6.1.4Weaving cloth6.6.1.2Spinning thread6.6.1.3Knitting

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

nkinzonkinzon1injection needle; sharp thin metallic device used for putting a drug into the body or for taking blood out of the body2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine2sewing needle; thin piece of steel with a point at one end and a hole for thread at the other, used for sewing6.6.1Working with cloth6.6.1.4Weaving cloth6.6.1.3Knittingkukuuta nkinzovIdiom. inject; take a drug via a needle2.5.7Treat disease7.3.2.6Put in2.5.7.2Medicine