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b̯ugingondeath; event of dying or departure from lifeSynrufu 12.6.6Die

kizirobiziroEnglishns.t. extinct; that does not exist today1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Die

kufeerwavlose s.t. or s.b.2.6.6Die7.6.3Lose, misplacekufeerezavcause loss; make s.b. lose s.t.7.6.3Lose, misplace

kuhwerav1reduce in volume; e.g., the reduction of water due to evaporationSynkukeeha 18.1.4.3Decrease9.3.1.4To a smaller degree8.2.1Small8.1.4.1Less2ebb; e.g., flow away from the shore, when tide is out1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.6Tidekuhwerekeeravperish; become extinctSynku̱zi̱ka11.4.1Dead things2.6.6Diekuhwereravwear out s.t. that one cannot use again7.9Break, wear outku̱hwerekereeryavmake s.t. extinct; cause s.t. to no longer be in existence, e.g., a plant or animal sp.Synku̱zi̱kya1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Die

kukabav1become paralysed; lose feeling in your bodySynkusarara2.3.5Sense of touch2.5.6Symptom of disease2.5.4Disabled2dieSynkuheneka 1ku̱kwa2.6.6Diekukaabiiravbe in a comma, be unconscious and then coming in and out of the coma2.5.6.4Lose consciousness

kukanukavdie suddenly without any sickness2.6.6Die

kukiika2vdie while giving birth2.6.6Die2.6.3.6Unusual birth

kutwala1vtake; catch or carry s.t. and remove it from where it has been7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.3.4.2Pick up7.4.3Get7.4.2Receive7.3.3Take somewherekutwalwav1be taken7.3.3Take somewhere2Euph. die2.6.6Diekutwalwa kwa kintunerosion; mechanical process of wearing or grinding s.t. down, e.g, water running over soil1.2.2.1Soil, dirt1.3.2Movement of waterku̱twali̱syav1make s.t. be taken away7.3.3Take somewhere2escort; take s.b. somewhere7.2.5Accompany7.2.5.3Guide7.3.3Take somewherekwetwala2vgo somewhere by yourself without being forced7.2.3.2Go4.1.6.3Alonekwetwaravtake s.t. of yours somewhere by yourself7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere4.1.6.3Alone7.3.3Take somewhere

kutwalwav1be taken7.3.3Take somewhere2Euph. die2.6.6Dieder. ofkutwala1

ku̱hwerekereeryavmake s.t. extinct; cause s.t. to no longer be in existence, e.g., a plant or animal sp.Synku̱zi̱kya1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Dieder. ofkuhwera

ku̱kwavdie; stop livingSynkuheneka 1kukaba 22.6.6Dieku̱kwesyavlose a loved one; have s.b. die2.6.6Die

ku̱kwesyavlose a loved one; have s.b. die2.6.6Dieder. ofku̱kwa

ku̱zi̱ka1vperish; become extinctSynkuhwerekeera1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Dieku̱zi̱kyavmake s.t. extinct; cause s.t. to no longer be in existence, e.g., a plant or animal sp.Synku̱hwerekereerya1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Die

ku̱zi̱kyavmake s.t. extinct; cause s.t. to no longer be in existence, e.g., a plant or animal sp.Synku̱hwerekereerya1.4.1Dead things2.6.6Dieder. ofku̱zi̱ka1

kwebbakav1sleep; rest and be taken up by sleep without being consciousSynkutwalwa b̯ulokwi̱b̯wa b̯ulo7.1.3Lie down2.4.5Rest5.7.1Go to sleep5.7Sleep2Euph.die; pass away2.6.6Diekwebbakirahovfall asleep immediately7.1.3Lie down2.4.5Rest5.7.1Go to sleep5.7Sleep

kyefeerabyefeerancarcass; dead animal, esp. one that has died a natural death2.6.6Die2.6.6.2Corpse1.6.3Animal life cycle

mufeerwa1bafeerwanbereaved person; s.b. who has lost a relative, esp. a man whose wife is dead and who has not remarried4.1.9.3Widow, widower2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6Die

muziro1bamuzirondeceased person; s.b. who has previously died2.6.6Die

rufunfun1death; event of dying or departure from lifeSynb̯ugingo2.6.6Die2funeral, burial; ceremony that is held when s.b. dies in order to mourn him2.6.6.3Funeral2.6.6.5Bury