Search results for "Funeral"
ki̱kosi̱bi̱kosi̱1string, thread, cord; small diameter string, used esp. for tying roof rafters, fish, meat etc.22.214.171.124Cordage6.6.1Working with cloth126.96.36.199Rope, string188.8.131.52Weaving cloth184.108.40.206Knitting2belt-like piece of cloth that a widow or an orphan uses to wrap around the head or around the neck down onto the shoulders while at the funeral as an identification that such a person is either a widow or an orphan220.127.116.11Funeral18.104.22.168Bury22.214.171.124Mourn
ki̱i̱ju̱kyobi̱i̱ju̱kyomemorial service; ceremony that is held in order to recall the day on which s.b. died126.96.36.199Funeral
ku̱soloolyacollect condolence items; traditional ritual of gathering items from the clansmen at the end of the funeral188.8.131.52Collect184.108.40.206Funeral7.5.1Gather
mab̯ugofuneral gift; things such food, money, etc. that people bring at a funeral to help the bereaved people220.127.116.11Funeral18.104.22.168Show sympathy, support22.214.171.124Give, donate126.96.36.199Bury
mbikombikofuneral gifts; things such as food, firewood collected from clan members to help the bereaved family188.8.131.52Funeral184.108.40.206Show sympathy, support220.127.116.11Give, donate18.104.22.168Bury
mufeerwa1bafeerwabereaved person; s.b. who has lost a relative, esp. a man whose wife is dead and who has not remarried22.214.171.124Widow, widower126.96.36.199Funeral2.6.6Die
rufunfu1death; event of dying or departure from lifeSynb̯ugingo2.6.6Die2funeral, burial; ceremony that is held when s.b. dies in order to mourn him188.8.131.52Funeral184.108.40.206Bury