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b̯uhyonwarmth, pleasant heat; that is warm, but not hot or coldSynb̯u̱tagatu̱8.3.4Hot5.5.5What fires produce

b̯u̱tagatu̱Runyoronwarmth, pleasant heat; that is warm, but not hot or coldSynb̯uhyo8.3.4Hot5.5.5What fires produce

i̱syanu̱nash; grey powder from a burnt item such as cigarettes, firewood or charcoal5.5.5What fires produce1.2.1.2Volcano

kagangab̯uganganspark; very small burning speck of material produced by a fire, or by hitting two hard substances together, or by an electrical circuitSynkanyota25.5.5What fires produce

kanyota2b̯unyotanspark; very small burning speck of material produced by a fire, or by hitting two hard substances together, or by an electrical circuitSynkaganga5.5.5What fires produce

kingeerebingeerenheat; quality of being hot8.3.4Hot5.5.5What fires produce

ki̱si̱ki̱bi̱si̱ki̱npiece of firewood that is burning or that has been burnt5.5.6Fuel5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire

kubbalukavar.kubbwatukakurwatukav1be torn, have burst, exploded loudly due to much pressure from inside6.6.2.9.1Explode7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip1.2.1.2Volcano2.3.2.3Types of sounds2spark; give out small particles of fire5.5.5What fires produceder. ofkubbalula1

kubbalula1vexplode, burst, tear s.t. making a loud violent sound that causes damage6.6.2.9.1Explode7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip1.2.1.2Volcano2.3.2.3Types of soundskubbalukav1be torn, have burst, exploded loudly due to much pressure from inside6.6.2.9.1Explode7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip1.2.1.2Volcano2.3.2.3Types of sounds2spark; give out small particles of fire5.5.5What fires produce

kuhyavget burnt, destroyed, damaged, injured, etc. by fire5.5.4Burn2.5.3Injure4.4.2.3Accident5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire

ku̱tu̱u̱ka1v1be vaporised, steaming; when smoke or steam rises in the air from s.t. that is hot8.3.4Hot1.2.3Solid, liquid, gas2fly out from the ground, of white ants1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.4.3Flyku̱tu̱u̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryavsteam, smoke; light s.t. so that smoke rises up through s.t. e.g., to steam herbal medicine2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine5.5.5What fires produce5.2.1.1Cooking methods

ku̱tu̱u̱ki̱ri̱i̱ryavsteam, smoke; light s.t. so that smoke rises up through s.t. e.g., to steam herbal medicine2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.5Traditional medicine2.5.7.2Medicine5.5.5What fires produce5.2.1.1Cooking methodsder. ofku̱tu̱u̱ka1

kwokyav1burn; destroy, injure or cause death resulting from fire5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot2.5.3Injure7.9.3Destroy5.5Fire2roast5.2.1.1Cooking methodskwokeb̯wavbecome burnt5.5.4Burn8.3.4Hot2.5.3Injure5.5.5What fires producekwokya ntumbuvperm hair; use hot oil to change hair so that it stands stiff5.4.3.4Hairstyle2.1.5Hair5.4.3Care for hair

mbi̱rombi̱ronsoot; black powder that is deposited on the outside of a pot when cooking using firewood or charcoal5.5.5What fires produce

munyalinsmoke stain; brownish colour that forms on s.t. due to continual exposure to smoke5.5.5What fires produce

muyonganblown ash; product of burnt grass or shrubs that is moved by wind from direction to direction5.5.5What fires produce1.2.1.2Volcano

mwi̱cami̱i̱can1pressure; air that is pumped into s.t.1.1.2Air2smoke, fumes; grey, white or black gas from a burning material1.2.3.3Gas5.5.5What fires producekumalikamwo mwi̱cavdeflate; lose pressure1.1.2.1Blow air8.1.4.3Decrease1.1.2Air

mworo1myoronfire, flame; heat, light and smoke that comes from a burning material like firewood, paraffin or live charcoal5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire