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kabalagalakabalagalansweet bread made from ripe bananas6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas5.2.3.4Prepared food
kabutongokabutongonsyphilis; venereal disease that causes wounds on the body2.6.2.3Sexual immorality2.5.2Disease
kabbambakabbambangrown up unmarried girl who is a virgin2.6.2.1Virginity
kabbejikabbejiEnglishncabbage; plant whose tightly packed, unopened leaves are used as a vegetableAmahoola gʼehimera hya kabbeji agatambisiwa ngʼeryani.Leaves of the cabbage plant that are used as sauce.sp. Brassica oleraceae fam. Cruciferae5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables1.5.3Grass, herb, vine5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves
kabbulumuunyukabbulumuunyunedible mushroom that grows where cattle lick the salty soilKabbulumuunyu yeesi omuunyu guba mulando.The soup from the ‘kabbulumuunyu’ mushroom is reddish.1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
kabbuusikabbuusiEnglishncaboose; last railcar on a train7.2.4.1.2Railroad
kadaalikadaalin1tiara; crown worn by a bride5.3.3Traditional clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2.6.1.2Wedding2dress for a bride5.3.4Clothes for special occasions5.3.5Clothes for special people2.6.1.2Wedding
kadiadvneverSogobolangaho kadi.Never do [that] again.9.4.6.1No, not8.4.6.6.6Neverkadi wayideadvnot at all9.4.6.1No, not
kadi mulalaadvnot even one9.4.6.1No, not8.1.5.2None, nothing9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns
kadi wayideadvnot at all9.4.6.1No, notder. ofkadi
kadinaalikadinaaliEnglishnCardinal; religious leader4.9.7.1Religious person
kahasainterjagreement, affirmation meaning ‘I witness’, or ‘I confirm’; word used when s.b. agrees4.7.5.7Take oath4.7.8.1Covenant9.4.6Yes3.3.2.1Agree to do something3.2.5.4Agree with someone
kahoconjso9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctionskahooweconjand yet9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.2.9Concession9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctions
kahooweconjand yet9.2.5.2Clause conjunctions9.6.2.9Concession9.6.2.6Result9.6.3.1Markers of transition 9.2.5.1Phrase conjunctions9.2.5.3Sentence conjunctions9.6.1.1And, also9.2.5Conjunctionsder. ofkaho
kajegerenhair plaited like a chain5.4.3.4Hairstyle5.4.3.2Plait hair
kakaaganumsix thousand; quantity showing a thousand six times8.1.1.1Cardinal numbers
kakwayakakwayanundertaker; s.b. who looks after the mortuary and dead bodies2.6.6.5Bury
kaleinterjall right, OK, let it be so; way of showing that s.t. is agreed, understood or acceptableKale, nahuhoope ebbesa.All right, I shall lend you the money.9.4.6Yes3.3.4.1Give permission3.2.5.9Approve of something9.2.7Interjections
kalebulekalebulenhearsay3.5.1.8.4Gossip3.5.1.8.2Insult3.5.1.8Criticize
kalendakalendaEnglishncalendar; table of the days, weeks and months of the year printed on paper8.4.1.1Calendar
kalerabaanakalerabaananhairy type of caterpillarKalerabaana hali husaati.A caterpillar is on the shirt.1.6.3Animal life cycle1.6.1.7Insect
kalibbuinterj‘welcome’ a greeting to s.b. arriving at a place4.2.1.4.1Welcome, receive3.5.1.4.3Greet
kalinakalinanhouse with more than one storey6.5.2.8Floor, story6.5.1.2Types of houses
kalotikalotiEnglishncarrot; crop with yellowish red roots that are used as vegetablesp. Daucus carota fam. Umbelliferae5.2.3.1.5Food from roots5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables
kalusukalusunfoot and mouth disease of ruminants that affects their feet and mouthsEŋombe yinafa halusu bayohya huyohya; sibayirya.When a cow dies of foot and mouth disease it is burnt; it is never eaten.6.3.8.1Animal diseases