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kupaamavmend; repair a hole or worn patch, esp. in clothing with a piece of cloth or other material6.6.1Working with clothkupaamiiravkeep on mending patches on s.t. in order to maintain it6.6.1Working with clothkwepaamiiravIdiom. force yourself be a friend to s.b. when they are not interested in returning the friendshipSynkwebbohahokwebboheerakwehomeera4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kwebbohahovtry to be a friend to s.b. even when they are not that keen on the friendshipSynkwebboheerakwehomeerakwepaamiira4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kwebboheeravtry to be a friend to s.b. even when they are not that keen on the friendshipSynkwebbohahokwehomeerakwepaamiira4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kwehomeeravtry to be a friend to s.b. even when they are not that keen on the friendshipSynkwebbohahokwebboheerakwepaamiira4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kwekwata1vchoose to be a friend to s.b. or appeal to s.b. for a favour4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationship

kwepaamiiravIdiom. force yourself be a friend to s.b. when they are not interested in returning the friendshipSynkwebbohahokwebboheerakwehomeera4.1.1Friend4.1.7Begin a relationshipder. ofkupaama

mudidomididonfriendly relationship; when s.b. is good strong friends with another4.1Relationships4.1.1Friendwaamudidonbest friendSynmu̱di̱di̱4.1.1Friend

mukagumikagunfriendship; relationship between friends4.1.1Friendmukagu gwa ku ndanblood oath; relationship made by two people making incisions on their umbilical cord scars and each of them eating a coffee berry smeared with blood of the other4.7.5.7Take oath2.2.5Bleed, bloodmu̱nywe wa mukagunclose friend to a family or a clan; trustworthy person that a family or clan approaches for aid, who gives them advice and who responds to a problem when sent for4.1.1Friend

mukunzibakunzinconcubine, lover; man or a woman who are together but not officially marriedSynmu̱ti̱ngaani̱4.1.1Friend2.6.2.3Sexual immorality4.1.1.1Girlfriend, boyfriend2.6.2Sexual relations2.6.1.5Romantic love

munywanibanywaninfriend; s.b. you know well and like, who is not usually a member of your familySynmusaaha 14.1.1Friend

musaahabasaahan1friend; s.b. you know well and like and who is not usually a member of your familySynmunywani4.1.1Friend2colleague; s.b. that you work with, esp. in a profession or a business4.1Relationships4.1.2.1Working relationship4.1.1Friend3expert; elder in a clan who knows a lot about traditional ceremonies or ritualsSynkagoogoolekaguulu2kaku̱ngu̱1katyonkomu̱ku̱gu̱ 1muzira1 13.2.3Know3.2.1.3Intelligent6.1.8Experienced6.1.1.1Expert

mu̱di̱di̱badi̱di̱nbest friendSynwaamudido4.1.1Friend

mu̱nywe wa mukagubanywe ba mukagunclose friend to a family or a clan; trustworthy person that a family or clan approaches for aid, who gives them advice and who responds to a problem when sent for4.1.1Friendder. ofmukagu

mu̱ti̱ngaani̱bati̱ngaani̱ngirlfriend; girl or woman that s.b. is having a romantic relationship withSynmukunzi4.1.1Friend2.6.2.3Sexual immorality4.1.1.1Girlfriend, boyfriend2.6.2Sexual relations2.6.1.5Romantic love

mwangu2bangunsociable person; s.b. who is easily approachable, hospitable, generous, easy to deal with, is not complicated, etc.4.1.1Friend3.1.1Personality

mwiraab̯ubeiraab̯unfemale friend; s.b. who is a close friend (between women)4.1.1Friend2.6.5.2Woman

mwi̱rabei̱rancompanion, partner, friend; s.b. who has similar tastes, interests, etc. to your own and whose company you enjoy4.1Relationships4.1.2.1Working relationship4.1.1Friend4.1.1.1Girlfriend, boyfriendakwi̱rahondeputySynakugweramuhondera4.3.4.2Help

waamudidobaamudidonbest friendSynmu̱di̱di̱4.1.1Friendder. ofmudido