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itendekerovar.itendekomatendekeroncollege, training school; place where students go to attain skills in a specialised profession3.6.2School3.6Teach3.2.2Learn

kutebezavar.ku̱tebyavpreach; tell people a religious gospel, esp. in a church3.5.2Make speech3.6.1Show, explain3.6Teach3.5.1Say

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. class4.3.1.4Reputationkwegesya1vteach, train, discipline; cause to learn3.6Teach3.3.3.2Advise3.6.5Correct4.5.3.3Discipline, train4.3.8Change behavior

kwegesya2veducate, teach, lecture, counsel; impart knowledge into s.b. esp. in a school3.6Teachkwegeseb̯wavbe educated; gain knowledge so that it is possible for you to meet a standard3.2.1.3Intelligent6.1.8Experienced3.2.2Learn6.1.1.1Expert

kwolokya1v1show, demonstrate; let s.b. watch you doing s.t., to point to it or explain itSynkuhemba1 1kuragiira, let someone see3.6.1Show, explain3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.; make s.b. learn about s.t. or do s.t. for the first timeSynkuragiira to something3.6.1Show, explain3.6Teach3.2.2Learn8., speak giving all the truth without hiding anything3.2.3.1Known, unknown3. yourself; tell s.b. what your personal details are, e.g. name, job, marital status, etc.Synkwebazahokwesobooraho for the first time3show yourself2.3.1.4Show, let someone see2.3.1.5Visible2., show, guide; tell s.b. how to get somewhereSynkuragiira 23.6.1Show, explain3.3.3.2Advise7.2.4.6Way, route7.2.5.3Guide7.3.3Take somewhere

masomo ga mu̱si̱ngeisomo lya mu̱si̱ngenprimary; first stage of education that s.b. completes before reaching secondary educationSynpuraimare3.6.2School3.6Teachder. ofmu̱si̱nge

mupiiramipiiranball4.2.6.2Sports4., soccer8.3.1.6Round4.2.7Play, funmukwata mupiirangoal-keeper4., soccermupiira gwa gaalinbicycle tyre7. gwa kubbakannetball; game played by two teams of 7 players, esp. women or girls in which players score by throwing a ball through a high net hanging from a ring on a post4.2.6.2Sports4. gwa kusambanfootball, soccer; game played by two teams of 11 players, using a round ball that players kick up and down the playing field4.2.6.2Sports4., soccer4.2.7Play, funmu̱handu̱ wa mupiiranreferee, coach, sports team captainSynmu̱handu̱ wa muzaanumu̱sali̱reefu̱ri̱ in authority4.5.3.3Discipline, train6.1.1.1Experṯsomesyabasomesan1teacher; s.b. whose job is teaching, esp. in a schoolSynmwegesa 13.6.2School3.6Teach6.1.1.1Expert2lay reader, catechist, deacon; s.b. who reads prayer lessons in a churchSynmu̱tebezi̱mwegesa person

mutendekebatendekentrainee; person being trained3.6Teach3.2.2Learn4.5.3.3Discipline, trainder. ofmutende

mu̱du̱u̱mi̱ri̱badu̱u̱mi̱ri̱ncoach, trainer; s.b. who trains a person, e.g., in soccer, the army or s.b. who orders s.b. to do s.t. in authority4.5.3.3Discipline, train6.1.1.1Expert

mu̱si̱ngemi̱si̱ngenfoundation; deep ditch that is dug into which stones or bricks are cemented onto which a building stands6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.6Foundation8.6.2.1Bottom6.5.2.8Floor, storymasomo ga mu̱si̱ngenprimary; first stage of education that s.b. completes before reaching secondary educationSynpuraimare3.6.2School3.6Teach

mu̱somi̱basomi̱n1pupil, student; s.b. who attends schoolSynmwegi̱3.6.2School3.6Teach3.2.2Learn2reader3.5.7.3Read

mwegesabeegesan1teacher; s.b. whose job is teaching, esp. in a schoolSynmusomesa 13.6.2School3.6Teach6.1.1.1Expert2lay reader, catechist, deacon; person trained to minister in a churchSynmusomesa 2mu̱tebezi̱ person

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