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kiziiriirwabiziiriirwanegg that a bird has sat on but has not been hatched that becomes rotten8.3.7.8Decay1.6.3.1Egg

ki̱bbolu̱adjrotten, decayed; s.t. that breaks itself into very small particles due to destruction1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decay

ki̱hu̱ndu̱var.ki̱hu̱ndu̱hu̱ndu̱bi̱hu̱ndu̱nslightly rotten thing8.3.7.8Decay

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

kubbolavdecay, rot; decompose, of s.t. dead that brings a bad smell1.4.1Dead things8.3.7.8Decay

kukenkavbecome stale; go bad or become salty, esp. of beer5.2.3Types of food8.3.7.8Decay2.3.3Taste8.4.6.5.4Old, not newkukenkemukiiravhave a salty taste5.2.3.3.2Salt2.3.3Taste

ku̱hu̱mbavgo mouldy; develop a green coloured fungus by a decaying substance8.3.7.8Decay1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae

ku̱hu̱ndavar.ku̱hu̱nda-hu̱ndavbe slightly rotten, but still edible, of meat or fish8.3.7.8Decay

mbwi̱lu̱bbwi̱n1greyish hair that normally comes during old age2.1.5Hair2mould; greyish or black substance like fur that grows on fermenting or old food such as cassava, etc. or on objects that are left in warm wet air8.3.7.8Decay1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae