tuwa (matuwa)NG3bushSibalaza wabuga waidi nawagonire he di tuwa.I drove away two rabbits that were sleeping in the bush.Tuwa dino dyagwereka.This bush is fall-on-able.Kabuga kagona mwe di tuwa.A rabbit has slept in the bush.See: katuwa.
twe1Interj1slap (sound)Kamtowa lwihi, twe!She slapped him in the face, slap!The vowel of this onomatopoetic word has a mid tone, never with a high tone.2whack (sound)Amtwika nadyo twe twe, mtwi pwasa!He puts it on his head, whack whack, his head [goes] pop!
twe2Interjdripdrop (sound)Makozo ye mphunda yatweka, twé.The pee of the donkey is dripping, dripdrop.The vowel of this onomatopoetic word is always with a high tone, twé.
twekezo (matwekezo)NG3solder wireNaunga twekezo nifunganishize ufila uno mwe rediyo.I need solder wire to attach this wire to the radio.Twekezo dino ditwekezezwa mwe simu yangu.This solder wire has been used to solder my phone.Naunga twekezo nitwekezeze.I need solder wire to solder with.Bumba dya twekezo ni dala kumi na shano.A roll of solder wire is fifteen dollars.See: kutwekeza.
tweko (matweko)NG3solder(ing), drop of solderUfila uno ufunganishizwa tweko.This wire has been attached with solder.Naunga tweko nibandikize ufila uno.I need a drop of solder to attach this wire.See: kutwekeza.
twentrwe ~ twentre (matwentr(w)e)NG31dropKugamba nyumba ino yadoda, lakini sikuona twentrwe.You said this house is dripping, but I don't see a drop.2dripTwentrwe dino dyata kutweka kulonga.This drip is falling out of the sky.