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b̯u̱handu̱n1age; maturity, being mature or the period for which s.t. has existed8.4.1.7Era4.3.1.3Mature in behavior8.4.6.5Age2.6.4.4Adult2title, rank, status, seniority; position that s.b. has on the job, in society, etc.4.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class4.5.5.1Title, name of honor8.2.8Measure

cepecepenrank ribbon; coloured piece of cloth or woven threads of special colours worn, esp. by army officers to show honour4.6.6.1Police4.5.6Status4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.8.3.6Military organization

idaaramadaaran1rank; line of positions in a job from down to up or level in the hierarchy of administration4.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure2stage in a process8.1.6.1Part6.1.2Method3level; relative position in a graded groupSynlulengu 1mu̱lembemu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure4step; part of a stairway6.5.2.8Floor, storymadaaranladder6.7Tool6.5.2.8Floor, story7.2.2.4Move up

ki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sabi̱ti̱i̱ni̱sanrespect, honour, glory; good feeling due to people behaving politely towards you or admiring you8.3.8.2Glory4.5.5Honor4.3.2Admire someone3.5.1.7Praise4.5.6.1High status4.3.1.4Reputationkumalikamwo ki̱ti̱i̱ni̱savbe disgraced; lose respect3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.4.2.2Sorry3.4.2.2.2Embarrassedwaaki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sans.b. who is respected due to thier high status at work, in society, with wealth etc.4.5.5Honor4.5.1Person in authority4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.3.1.4Reputation

ki̱tu̱u̱ti̱1bi̱tu̱u̱ti̱n1ant-hill like structure that is made in order for the king to climb on when a cultural dance is going on8.2.6.3High4.1.4.1Social class4.6.1.1King's family2pulpit; small platform in a church that is like a box and is high above the ground, where s.b. stands to preach to the people4.9.8.2Place of worship4.9.8Religious things

kwegav1know; have a word or information in the mind due to the experience that you have, learning or being told3.2.3Know2.3Sense, perceive3.2.1Mind3.2.6.2Recognize9.4.4.2Sure2learn; get knowledge from studying, from being taught, from experience in s.t. or from hearing s.t. from s.b. elseSynkupenakusoma14.5.4.5Follow, be a disciple3.2.2Learn3.2.2.1Studykwegeb̯wavbe famous, popular, known by many peopleSynku̱ku̱ma3.2.3.1Known, unknown3.4.1.1.4Popular4.1.4.1Social class4.3.1.4Reputationkwegesya1vteach, train, discipline; cause to learn3.6Teach3.3.3.2Advise3.6.5Correct4.5.3.3Discipline, train4.3.8Change behavior

lugandangandanclass, category, cluster, clan; group in which things are categorisedSynkika8.3.5.2.3Different4.1.9.8Family, clan4.1.4.1Social class8.3.5Type, kind

lulenguvar.lulengondengun1level, standard, grade; a relative position on a scale or in a groupSynidaara 3mu̱lembemu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure2measurement, unit, dose; size, length or amount of s.t.2.5.7.2Medicine8.1Quantity8.2.8Measure

mujungubajungunwhite person born in America, England or another country outside Africa4.1.9.9Race4.1.2Types of people4.1.4.1Social class4.6.2.1Foreigner

munakubanakunpoor person; s.b. who has few or no possessions or no relatives8.1.7.2Lack6.8.1.3Poor4.5.6.2Low status4.1.4.1Social class

muntu akukolira mwihanga litali lyamwebantu bakukolira mu mahanga gatali gaab̯unexpatriate; white person born in America, England or other countries outside Africa4.1.9.9Race4.1.2Types of people4.1.4.1Social class4.6.2.1Foreignerder. ofihanga

museegebaseegenpoor person; s.b. having very little money or not having enough money for basic needs8.1.7.2Lack6.8.1.3Poor4.5.6.2Low status4.1.4.1Social class

mu̱lembemi̱lembenlevel, standard; a particular quality or a relative position in a scale of importanceSynidaara 3lulengu 1mu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measuremu̱lembe gukadeins.t. old fashioned that people don’t want8.4.6.5.6Old fashioned
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