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kuterekeerav1go straight, directly; move in a straight line or in one direction7.2.2Move in a direction7.2.2.9Move straight without turning2Metaphor. live a straight honest honourable life4.8.4.6Repent4.3.1Good, moral4.3Behavior8.3.7.7Right, properku̱terekereeryav1straighten; unbend s.t.Synkudambulakugoora 1kunuguurakurambiika8.3.1.3Straight2Metaphor. correct, put right; iron out a mistakeSynku̱ni̱hi̱ri̱i̱rya, test3.6.7Test3.6.5Correct3.2.2.1Study8.3.7.7Right, proper3.2.2.2Check4.7.5.3Accuse, confront3order, line up; arrange things in a straight line as per their sequence8., sequence8.3.1.2Line7.5Arrange8.3.1.3Straight

kuzira1vovercome, cease, totally do away with a bad habit that you have been having8. something4.3.9.2Habit6. upkwezi̱ramwov1repent, reform; show sincerely that you have done wrong, asking for forgiveness and to promising never to do it againSynkujunwa 2kwecwamu 1kwegarukamu8. something4.8.4.6Repent4.3.8Change behavior8.3.7.6Improve3.4.2.2Sorry3.2.2.6Realize2reconcile; become friends again after a disagreement4.8.4.9Reconcile4.7.7.7Atone, restitution4.1.5Unity4.8.4.8Make peace4.3.8Change behavior4.8.4.3Appease3.2.5.4Agree with someonekwezi̱ranganamuvreconcile with each other; act of unity that makes s.b. forgive anybody with whom he is working or stayingSynkwecwamu 2kwi̱rya, restitution4.1.5Unity4.8.4.8Make peace4.3.8Change behavior4.8.4.3Appease3.2.5.4Agree with someone

kwegarukamuRunyorovrepent; feel and show that you are sorry for s.t. bad or wrong that you have doneSynkujunwa 2kwecwamu 1kwezi̱ramwo forgiveness4.7.7.7Atone, restitution3.5.2.4Admit3.4.2.2Sorry

kwetontyavregret; feel self condemnation about s.t. that you have done or not doneSynkwezu̱zu̱kya4.8.4.6Repent3. bad3.4.2.2Sorry

kwezu̱zu̱kyavregret; feel self condemnation about s.t. that you have done or not doneSynkwetontya4.8.4.6Repent3. bad3.4.2.2Sorry

kwikirizav1agree; say that you will do what s.b. wants or to say “yes”Synkuhikanizakukengangana9.4.6Yes3.3.2.1Agree to do something3.2.5.4Agree with someone2accept; take what you have been given without refusing7.4.2Receive3.3.5.1Accept3admit; finally listen to the truth4.8.4.6Repent3.5.2.4Admit4permit; authorise4.5.3Exercise authority3.3.4Ask permission3.3.4.1Give permissionkwikiranizav1agree together, reach a compromise; make an agreement in order to work together8. of something3.2.5.4Agree with someone2share the same opinion or feel the same way, in order to mutually support each other4.1.5Unity3.2.5.4Agree with someonekwikiririzavbelieve in; fully trust s.b. without having any sense of doubtSynkunanukira4.9.5.7Salvation3.̯wav1be accepted, meet a standard that is preferred by most people4.3.1.2Meet a standard8.3.7.7Right, proper2be allowed, authorised, permitted; be given authority to do s.t.4.5.3Exercise authority3.3.4Ask permission3.3.4.1Give permissionkwi̱ki̱ri̱zi̱syavconvince, persuade; cause s.b. to do s.t. the way you want3.3.3Influence4.8.4.2Make an appeal3.3.3.3Persuade

maaya2interjused to show sadness or disappointment because of s.t. that you have done or not done3.4.1.3Surprise4.8.4.6Repent9.6.3.3Prompters of attention