Chizigula - English


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Myao (Wayao)NG1Yao (clansman and tribesman)Mbuyawo ni Myao? -- Haa, mbuyangu ni Myao.Is your friend Yao? -- Yes, my friend is Yao.See: Yao.
myatima (wayatima)NG1orphanMwana kama ni myatima, ni lazima apate usaidizi.If a child is an orphan, it's necessary to for him/her to get assistance.Miye ni myatima.I am an orphan.See: yatima.
myembe (miyembe)NG2mango treeSilagala mo myembe miye nikutungula mayembe.I fell out of the mango tree when I was picking mangos.Yembe didahulwa mo myembe.The mango was picked off the mango tree.Matambi yo myembe yose yahanyuka.The branches of the mango tree all got stripped off.
Myemen (Wayemen)NG1YemeniNi mbuya na Myemen yumwenga.I'm a friend with one Yemeni.See: Yemen.
myombo (miyombo)NG21fava bean plantMyombo uno utandisa.This fava bean plant has spread out a lot.2lima bean plant
myuyusadyi (wayuyusadyi)NG11resuscitatorU myuyusadyi kazimwa kumyuyusa u mnyonje.The resuscitator was unable to resuscitate the patient.See: kuyuyusa.2resurrectorMyuyusadyi ni Mnungu tú.The resurrector is God only.Isa nani myuyusadyiJesus was a resurrector.
myuyuswa (wayuyuswa)NG11resurrected oneWeye hukusinyika myuyuswa male.You don't look like a resurrected one at all.2resuscitated oneU myuyuswa ache avaire bomphula; hakudaha kulonga male.The resuscitated one is still wearing a respirator; he can't talk at all.3revived oneSee: kuyuyuswa.
myuzu (miyuzu)NG2whistling (sound)Siva myuzu kwa hale.I heard a whistling from far away.See: kutowa myuzu.
mzaganyoNG2confusionBila kuleta mzaganyo hano, longa icho chikuletire!Without causing confusion, say what has brought you here!See: kuzaganya. This noun has no plural form.
Mzaire (Wazaire)NG1ZaireanTate ni Mzaire.Dad is a Zairean.See: Zaire.
Mzalamu (Wazalamu)NG1Zalamu (clansman and tribesman)Wau ni Mzalamu.Grandma is a Zalamu.See: Zalamu.
mzalendo (wazalendo)NG1citizenMzigula ni mzalendo wa Tanzaniya, mwenye i isi. (Arbow: 5)A Kiziguan is a citizen of Tanzania, owner of the country.
mzamanadyi (wazamanadyi)NG11bail bondsmanKalemera kumliha mzamana wake akafose mwe dyela.He refused to pay back his bail bondsman after getting out of jail.See: kuzamana.2gaurantorMze Isa kagaluka mzamanadyi; kila siku wazana wake wengira hasara.Mr. Isa became a gaurantor; every day his kids are getting in trouble.
mzamanwa (wazamanwa)NG1bailed out (one)U mzamanwa kaliha a mapesa yose azamanirwe.The one bailed out has paid back all the money that he was bailed out with.See: kuzamanwa.
mzamini (wazamini)NG11sponsorNdugu yangu nanimgalukire mzamini miye.My relative, I'll be the one who is a sponsor for him.Wana wano nawaite Kanada wanapata mzamini.These children will go to Canada if they get a sponsor.Lugazo ni mzamini wedi kwangu he di shirka dino.Lugazo is a good sponsor of mine in this company.2guarantorNaunga ugaluke weye mzamini we kazi ino.I want you to be the guarantor of this job.
mzana (mizana)NG21huge kidMzana wake kawinkha hande zikuneneheza.Her huge child, she has given it fattening foods.See: wazana.This form can be used to cuss a child; see: zana, mwana.2baby (big and ugly)
mzangazwa (wazangazwa)NG1whipping victimMzangazwa ni yuhi mgati mwenyu?Who is the whipping victimi among you?See: kuzangazwa.
Mzanzibari (Wazanzibari)NG1ZanzibariYuno ni Mzanzibari.This one is a Zanzibari.
mzazi (wazazi)NG11parentKila mwana ategemeya mzazi wake.Each child depends on his/her parent.Ukuvu wa mwana wadumulwa ni mzazi.A baby's umbilical cord is cut by a parent.2relative (older)Weye wi mzazi sikudaha kukudyibu dyibu dihiye maleYou are an older relative, I can't give you a bad answer at all.3ancestorMze Madyendero nani mzazi wa Chizigula mwenye hikima.Mr. Madyendero was the ancestor of the Kiziguans with dignity.
mzazi wa zamani (wazazi wa zamani)NG1ancestorMze Madyendero nani mzazi wa zamani wetu.Elder Madyendero was our ancestor.Mzazi wa zamani wangu kanilekera jimo.My ancestor left me a mango orchard.
Mze ~ MzeeNG11Mr.Mze Muya adumula magoda.Mr. Muya cuts logs.Mze Abdala ni msani.Mr. Abdala is a blacksmith.Mze Lameri ketwika farasila mbiri za maboko.Mr. Lameri put two 'farasila' (= 150 k) of bananas on his own head.Mze Mwaliko na Mze Dhadhiri wose wadyamanyanya kazi.Mr. Mwaliko and Mr. Dadiri both did work together.This is a short form of mzehe used as a polite or respectful title.This is a short form of mzehe 'elder' but is used as an honorific title, like Mr. or Sir. It can be used with either first or last name.2SirWauya kwe chimba cha Mzee Madyendero. (Arbow: 10)They went back to the corpse of Sir Majendero.
mzehe (wazehe)NG11elderMzehe yuno ni fundi.This elder is a handyman.Mzehe yuno sibwirana na ye.This elder, I met with him.Mzehe yudya kadaha uganga.That elder knows traditional healing.Mze Madyendero ni mzehe wetu.Mr. Madyendero is our elder.respectul address form for man over 402old person, old guyNi mzehe.I'm an old person.Mzehe yuno chimwaminanya.This old guy, we trust him together.3old manMzehe wangu ashukurisa.My old man thanks too much.Kwandaga mzehe yumwenga.There was one old man long ago.Like 'old man' in English, this term can refer to one's dad or one's husband but is not disrespectful.4masterMzehe ni miye hano.I am the master here.
mzehe mangoni (wazehe mangoni)NG1old, feeble personMiye ni mzemangoni.I am a old and feeble person.Wau ni mzehe mangoniGrandma is old and feeble.
mzehe wa kale (wazehe wa kale)NG1ancient oneNimba kuvala chirungwana kama mzehe wa kale?Why are you wearing a wraparound dress like an ancient one?
mzeituni (mizeituni)NG2guava treeMzeituni uno una mazeituni mengi.This guava tree has lots of guavas.Mzeituni uno hauna zeituni hata dimwenga.This guava tree doesn't have even one guava.Mwe haranti yangu nna mzeituni mwenga.In my yard I have one guava tree.