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b̯ukungungovernment or administrative leadership; state of being a leader, e.g., a parish chief, sub-county chief, county- chief etc.6.9.1Management4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.1Person in authority4.6Government4.5Authority4.6.6.5Politics3.3.3.6Control4.7.1Laws4.5.3.1Lead4.6.4Rule

kuduumirav1be in command, have authority; be in charge of a group of people e.g. in the army, sports, etc4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.1Person in authority4.5.3.2Command4.5Authority4.5.2Have authority2set runners off in a race4.2.6.2Sports8.4.6.1Start something

kufugaLugandavrule; exercise authority over s.b. etc. with the power to decide how s.t. must be doneSynkulema24.5.3Exercise authority4.5.1Person in authority4.6Government4.5Authority4.5.2Have authority4.5.3.1Lead4.6.4Rule

kulema2vgovern, rule, manage; show authority in order to lead people in a place, a country, etc.Synkufuga6.9.1Management4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.1Person in authority4.6Government4.5Authority4.5.2Have authority4.6.5Subjugate4.5.3.1Lead4.6.4Rulekweremav1be independent; when s.b. has the freedom to organize thier own life, make thier own decisions, etc without needing help from others4.1.6.4Independent person4.1.6.2Set self apart4.5.4.7Independent2declare independence; for citizens of a country to gain self control from foreigners7.2.6.4Set free4.6.7.1Country4.1.6.2Set self apart4.5.4.7Independent

kuragiravorder, command; tell s.b. to do s.t. esp. from a position of authority4.5.3Exercise authority4.5.3.2Commandkuragirwavbe ordered, commanded, be told by s.b. who is in authority to do s.t. that you cannot refuse3.5.1.4.1Call7.2.8Send someone4.5.3.2Command

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 together8.3.7.7.3Compatible4.8.4.4Negotiate3.5.2.4Admit4.8.3.4Surrender4.1.5Unity3.2.5.9Approve 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 doubtSynkunanukira4.9.5.7Salvation3.2.5.1.1Trust3.2.5.1Believekwikirizib̯wav1be 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

kwikirizib̯wav1be 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 permissionder. ofkwikiriza

mutongolebatongolenvillage chief; leader of more than one village councils before a parish-chief4.5.3Exercise authority4.6.1.2Government official4.5.1Person in authority4.5.2Have authority4.5.3.1Lead4.6.4Rule
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