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gwadagwadantype of traditional dance where dancers make an X formation, dance while patting each other in the form of a greeting, jumping and turning behind as the drums are sounded4.2.4Dance

hirii... ka kainterjIdiophone. sound made when starting a traditional ‘lu̱nyege’ dance, using rattles4.2.4Dance4.2.3.3Sing2.3.2.3Types of sounds

kabbaarib̯ubbaarin1dance floor; open place, between the singers and the spectators, where people dance4.2.4Dance2arena; open space4.2.6.2Sports4.2.6.2.2Basketball4.2.6.2.1Football, soccer8.2.5Big area4.2.7Play, fun8.5.4.3Space, room

kali̱hwab̯u̱li̱hwantype of traditional dance where one group of people foot stamp while others twist their waists as the drum is being sounded4.2.4Dance

kimaayabimaayancloth used to tie around the waist when dancing4.2.4Dance

ki̱kwelebi̱kwelentraditional hunters’ music and dance that shows courage, esp. hippopotamus hunters as they imitate their hunting style4.2.4Dance

ki̱nyegebi̱nyegen1leg rattle; musical instrument that is tied round the legs and makes a series of short loud sounds when the dancer hits his legs hard on the ground4.2.4Dance4.2.3.5Musical instrument2type of dance that dancers do with a musical instrument that is tied round the legs and makes a series of short loud sounds when the dancer hits his legs hard on the ground4.2.4Dance4.2.3.5Musical instrument

kucanga2vdance; move the body in time to music4.2.4Dance

kucekecavperform a traditional type of twisting dance4.2.4Dance

kudengudav1perform a type of traditional dance that involves moving extremely vigorously while twisting the waist4.2.4Dance2run at a terrible speed7.2.1.2Move quickly1.6.4.1Animal movement7.2.1.1.1Run

kugodav1bend; curve s.t. or bend a part of the body8.3.1.5Bend2perform a traditional type of dance4.2.4Dancekwegodavbend or bow down and not stand straight, e.g., to show respect or to pick up s.t.8.3.1.5Bend7.1.8Bend down7.1.9Move a part of the body7.1Posture7.1.5Bowkwegodahonangle8.3.1.4.2Leaning, sloping8.3.1.5Bend

kusambavkick7.7.3Kickkusamba ki̱nyegevperform a traditional type of dance4.2.4Dancekusambaganavkick repeatedly7.7.3Kickkusambatulavhit s.b., usually very hard, esp. by kicking them4.8.3.1Defeat4.8.2Fight4.7.7Punish4.8.2.3Attack7.7.3Kick7.7.1Hit

kusamba ki̱nyegevperform a traditional type of dance4.2.4Danceder. ofkusamba

kuseravnight dance; when an evil spirit or cannibal wakes up naked in the night and spreads fire beginning from your home going to some people’s families so as to bring misfortune4.9.4.2Demon possession4.2.4Dance4.9.4.1Sorcery

ku̱bi̱nyavdance; shake the body, in a lovely way, following the sound of music4.2.4Danceku̱bi̱nya mugongovdance by twisting the waist4.2.4Dance

ku̱bi̱nya mugongovdance by twisting the waist4.2.4Danceder. ofku̱bi̱nya

ku̱li̱gi̱tavperform a type of traditional dance while foot-stamping loudly4.2.4Dance

ku̱segenya1v1drum; beat a drum in order to mix the tones of a song properlySynku̱kenyega4.2.3.5Musical instrument2perform a traditional type of dance4.2.4Dance

mbi̱nyambi̱nyandance; movement in a pattern, usually to musical accompaniment4.2.4Dance

mugongo1migongon1waist, back; part in the middle of the body between the ribs and the hipsSynmancwendu8.5.1.1.1Behind8.5.2.2Backward2.1.2Torso1.6.2.1Parts of a bird8.6.1.1Back1.6.2Parts of an animal2type of dance4.2.4Dancekubenyeka mugongovIdiom. reach puberty; attain the stage of body growth during which the reproductive organs develop and s.b. becomes capable of having children2.6.4Stage of life2.6.4.3Youthlusaali lwa mugongonspine; row of bones at the back, in the middle of the body, that runs from the neck to the beginning of the buttocks2.1.6Bone, joint8.5.1.1.1Behind8.5.2.2Backward2.1.2Torso1.6.2.1Parts of a bird8.6.1.1Back1.6.2Parts of an animal

mu̱bi̱nyi̱babi̱nyi̱ndancer; s.b. who moves the body, in a lively way, following the sound of music4.2.4Dancebabi̱nyi̱nchoir; group of people who sing together, esp. in a church or public performancesSynbahi̱i̱mi̱bahi̱i̱mi̱kikwayakwaya4.2.3Music4.2.3.3Sing

mu̱seri̱baseri̱nnight dancer; s.b. who wishes other people misfortune by performing traditional magic at night by producing light all over his body while naked4.9.4.2Demon possession4.2.4Dance4.9.4.1Sorcery

mu̱zeenyomi̱zeenyontype of traditional dance where all the dancers twist their waists as the drum is being sounded4.2.4Dance