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jaajimajaajinsecond-hand clothing, e.g., used shoes or clothes5.3Clothing8.4.6.5.4Old, not new3.4.1.1.5Fashionable7.9Break, wear out

ki̱benyeku̱bi̱benyeku̱ns.t. broken that was not fragile, e.g., a broken stick, chair etc.7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

kubenyekavbecome broken; be separated into two or more parts as a result of force, e.g., when a tree branch is broken from the trunk7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

kubinyav1divide or break as a result of forceSynku̱bbegu̱lakubbibbinulakwata7.8.1Break7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage2totally destroy s.t.Ki̱mwei̱ mu bibiibi bya mpehu kiicala kubinya.One of the dangers of storm is to break.7.9.2Tear down7.8.1Break4.3.4.6.1Spoil8.3.7.8Decay8.3.7.8.1Rust7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear outkubinya nyu̱mbavcommit a burglary; enter and rob a house6.8.9.1Stealkubinyamuvdivide or break into pieces as a result of force7.8.1Break7.8Divide into pieceskubinyekavfracture; break or crack a bone due to injury2.1.6Bone, joint7.8.1Break2.5.3Injure7.8.2Crack

kubbaratukav1be split, broken, separated, through force, into two or more pieces7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage2be cracked; get broken without dividing into separate parts7.8.1Break7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear outder. ofkubbaratura

kubbaraturav1split, break s.t. apart using great force7.8.1Break7.8.3Cut7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.8.4Tear, rip7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage2crack; break s.t. without dividing into separate parts7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear outkubbaratukav1be split, broken, separated, through force, into two or more pieces7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage2be cracked; get broken without dividing into separate parts7.8.1Break7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

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

kuhwereravwear out s.t. that one cannot use again7.9Break, wear outder. ofkuhwera

kuyaayuukavget worn out through normal use, of clothes5.3Clothing8.4.6.5.4Old, not new7.9Break, wear out

ku̱nyu̱u̱lu̱u̱kavbe worn off; become torn off due to extreme weakness8.4.6.5.4Old, not new7.8.2Crack7.9Break, wear out

kwedyavwear out by becoming thin7.8.2Crack7.9Break, wear out

kwegingavcrack; develop a crack or to bend down as a sign of breaking7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

kyatu̱ku̱byatu̱ku̱ns.t. fragile that is broken or cracked, e.g., a bottle, glass etc.7.8.1Break7.8.4Tear, rip7.8.2Crack7.9.3Destroy7.8Divide into pieces7.9.1Damage7.9Break, wear out

munyangaaraminyangaarancrack; line that forms on s.t. that has broken but not yet split into separate parts7.8.2Crack7.9Break, wear out