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b̯ubinharshness, hostility; state of not being calmKibba kyangu b̯utatunga bagenyi̱ hab̯wa b̯ubi.It is easy never to get visitors due to harshness.4.8.1Hostility3.4.2.3Angry4.8.2Fight4.3.3.1Hate, ill will4.8.2.3Attack4.3.4.9Cruel4.8.2.8Violent4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered4.7.9.6Oppress4.7.9.5Act harshly3.3.3.8Threaten4.1.6.1Unfriendly4.8Conflict

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

kakunhatred, resentment, grievance, grudge, bitterness; bad feeling that s.b. has at the back of his mind against s.b. that is kept hidden3.4.2.3Angry4.3.3.1Hate, ill will3.4.2.1.2Hate, detest

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

kiheru1biherunabuse, humiliation, degradation; rude and offensive remarks made by s.b. against another person due to him having less possessions than anotherSynki̱lu̱mo3.4.2.3Angry3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.5.5.1Obscenity4.8.4.1Rebuke3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.1.8Criticize4.3.7.1Impolite

kuhagavar.kuhaka1v1put in, insert s.t. into s.t. else causing it to become swollen8.3.1.9Stretch2.5.6.3Swell9.3.1.3To a larger degree8.2Big8.1.8Full8.3.1.6.2Convex7.3.4.7Extend7.5.9.2Fill, cover5.2.3.3.4Leaven8.1.4.2Increase2.6.4.6Grow, get bigger2be fully satisfied with the whole stomach bulged5.2.2.4Manner of eating5.2.2.6Satiated, full3Metaphor. provoke, incite; encourage s.b. to do s.t. violent, illegal or unpleasant, esp. by making them angry or excitedSynku̱cu̱u̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryakuhemba mworoku̱tu̱u̱ga3.4.1.4.1Excited3.4.2.3Angry4.8.2Fight3.3.3.3Persuade3.5.1.6.2Quarrel