bhasikili ~ bhaskili< EngNG51bicycle(s)Sigala bhasikili.I ride a bicycle.I bhaskili na u moto ibulanya.The bicycle and the motorcycle arrived together.See: chiti cha bhasikili, duka dya bhaskili, mdyamanya(dyi) bhasikili, warsha wa bhasikili.2bike(s)Bhasikili yangu ilawa u muye.My bike leaked air. (= got a flat tire)Negala bhasikili.I'm riding a bike.chiwanda cha bhasikili (~ bhaskili)bike shop
bhasta< ItNG51pastaSitanganya bhasta na makoroni.I mix pasta with macaroni.Simimina mazi ye bhasta.I poured water off of the pasta.Nachudya bhasta yangu.I'm straining my pasta.Nasaga bhasta.I'm making pasta.2noodle(s)Sipagula bhasta kiasi.I took a few noodles.
bhastamiri (mabhastamire)< ItNG31pasta drainerNashura bhasta yangu na bhastamiri.I'm draining my pasta with a pasta drainer.2collanderBhastamiri dyashura mazi kwa halaka.A collander drains water quickly.
bhathila< SomNG5shovel(s)Nafukula na bhathila.I'm digging with a shovel.Nafukuira bhathila.I'm using a shovel to dig.Sidugira bhathila.I used a shovel to bury.Here th represents an eth, a voiced interdental fricative [ð].
bhathri (mabhathri)< It padreNG3priestKila mtondo wa Ahadhi kuna bhathri akunibasa.Every morning on Sunday there's a priest that comes to [see] me.Bhathri kabatiza wantru washano dyero.The priest baptized five people today.See alternative pronunciation: pathri. Here th represents a voiced interdental fricative [ð].
Bhatula< SomNPropBatulaBhatula kasolwa ni mgosi wedi.Batula has married a good man.Bhatula kagula machungwa maidi he di genge dya a matunda.Batula bought two oranges at the fruit shop.woman's name
bhazuki (mabhazuki)< EngNG3bazookaSidyaribiywa kukomwa na bhazuki lakini sidenega.Somebody attempted to kill me with a bazooka, but I dodged it.
bhebheche (mabhebheche)< SomNG3machine gun (light, handheld)Bhebheche dyangu dyasaka risasi mirongo minne na shano kwa mara umwenga.My machine gun shoots forty-five bullets at one time [= in one pull of the trigger].
bhereki< EngNG5brake(s)Dyata bhereki!Step on the brakes!Toza bhereki!Grab the brakes!Tereno hadikuchimazika bila bhereki.A train is not stoppable without breaks.bhereki zisiirebrakes that are worn out = worn out brakesSee: kutoza bereki, kudyata bereki.
bheresa< SomNG5cord(s)Lava bheresa ye simu!Unplug the telephone cord!
bheteriya< ItNG5battery (-ies)Naunga nichaji bheteriya yangu.I want to charge my battery.Bheteriya ino yachajika.This battery is chargeable.Bheteriya ichajigwa.The battery is charged.Sono uichajise bheteriya iyo!Don't charge that battery too much!Duka dyangu dina bheteriya alfu za magari.My shop has a thousand car batteries.
bheya (mabheya)< EngNG3bearMgosi yudya kakonyatirwa ni bheya.That guy got squashed by a bear.Bheya ni mnyama hatari ukupatikana Marikani.A bear is a dangerous animal that is found in America.Bheya ni mhaiwani mkulu wihiye.A bear is a big ugly animal.
bhilyoni< ItNobillionWarsha wetu wasereza mikebe bhilyoni kumi ya manyanya kwa mwaka.Our factory produces ten billion cans of tomatoes a year.
bhizi< EngAdjbusyChi bhizi.We're busy.Nachi bhizi.We were busy.Dyero nani bhizi; sichonga mwe kaya nkakula gari dya kugula.Today I was busy; I wandered around town looking for a car to buy.Hande za chisingi mgahawa wangu numo ukugaluka bhizi.Lunches are when my restaurant becomes the busiest.
Bhoizi< Eng1NG5BoiseSerekerwa Bhoizi.I was born in Boise.Sibula Bhoizi.I arrived in BoiseSibuira ndege Bhoizi.I arrived by plane in Boise.Miye sigaluka mkaya wa Bhoizi.I became an inhabitant of Boise.Kudahira kuhi kusoma? -- Sidahira Bhoizi.Where did you learn to read? -- I learned in Boise.Bhoizi ni yedi.Boise is good.Bhoizi itambirwa ni Wabantu wengi.Boise has been visited a lot by Bantus.2NG9Bhoizi kutimkanwa.Boise has been abandoned. [said if I'm out of Boise]Bhoizi ni kwedi.Boise is good.Bhoizi hano ni hedi.Right here in Boise is good.
bhoka (mabhoka)< ItNG31jimson weedKavuta bhoka.He has smoked jimson weed.2daturaNimba wadyenda kama mtru anywere bhoka?Why are you walking like someone drinking datura?
Bhola< SomNPropBolaWau etangwa Bhola; kerekerwa Mgambo.Grandma is named Bola; she was born in Mugambo.woman's name
bholbhora< Sp polvoraNG5powder(s)Kila makina ya firi yeza na wahagiro wa kuhakira bholbhora.Every hair clipper comes with little brushes to apply powder.
bholtiNG5bolt(s)Dhadho zino hazikusolana na bholti zino.These nuts don't match with these bolts.Bolti ino haikufungulika.This bolt isn't unscrewable. (= This bolt can't be unscrewed.)
bhoqoro (mabhoqoro, wabhoqoro)< Som1NG1kingWamhitukira bhoqoro.They turned against the king.Bhoqoro na raisi wamiranywa ni maskari.The king and the president are being guarded together by soldiers.Bhoqoro yudya kavala mazoya mo mtwi.That king wears feathers on the head.mwana wa bhoqorochild of king = king's childThe q here represents a voice velar fricative [ɣ].The plural of king is NG3 but the plural of queen is NG1.2NG3queenMvere yuno ni bhoqoro.This woman is queen.Wanankhucha nani bhoqoro.Wanankucha was queen.
bhorbho (mabhorbho)< SomNG3mango (type of)Baba kadya bhorbho dimwenga.Grandpa ate one "bhorbho" mango.
bhoroshi< EngNG5porridgeBhoroshi ni nkhunde na mtama usaganywe.Porridge is beans and corn that are crushed together.
bhorsa (mabhorsa)< ItNG31purseBhorsa dyangu dipochoka.My purse came unstitched.Saza bhorsa dyangu; dina chirole na wanda wangu.I lost my purse; it had my mirror and mascara in it.2walletNna dala shano mwe di bhorsa dyangu.I have five dollars in my wallet.Saza bhorsa dyangu; dina aidi na "social security" yangu.I lost my wallet; it had my ID and social security card.3bagSisintra nguwo mwe di bhorsa dyangu.I packed clothes tight in my bag.Sipata mabokolo mdani mwe di bhorsa.I've got hundreds in the bag.