Chizigula - English


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ugali1NG61meal (of corn, cassava, rice, sorghum, etc.)Nechiro sidya ugali.Last night I ate meal.Ugali wako waiva vedi unatumiya kupegesa na mpegeso.Your meal would cook better if you slid your palms together with a dasher.ugali na mbogameal with added ingredients2polentaSimbesuira ugali Mwaliko.I broke off some polenta for Mwaliko.Ugali utigintrika.The polenta is mushy.Nechiro sidya ugali wa moroti.Last night I ate polenta [made] of sorghum.
ugali2NG61expensivenessSee: gali.2costliness
ugambiriziNG61translating, translationSifungula shirika dya ugambirizi.I've opened a translation company.This noun is always singular; it has no plural form. See: mgambirizi.2interpretingUgambirizi wapatirwa mapesa.Interpreting brings in money.
UgandaNG9UgandaWakulawa Kenya, Tanzaniya, Uganda, Sudani na mphande ntuhu.They came from Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Sudan and other parts.See: Muganda.
ugangaNG61healing (traditional)Mzehe yudya kadaha uganga.That elder knows traditional healing.See: mganga.2doctoring (traditional)
UgazoNPropUgazoUgazo kanibasuira bhaskuti.Ugazo broke off a piece of biscuit for me.Ugazo apulisa lampa dyake.Ugazo is flashing his flashlight.See alternate pronunciation: Lugazo.man's name
ughorobhuNG6widowhoodSee: ghorobhu
ugokoNG5dandruffThis noun is always singular; there is no plural form.
ugola (migola)NG2ankleUgola wake noluma.His ankle hurt.Mbudyi ino nifungigwe mwe chiga yanilumiza mo ugola.This rattle that I'm tied with on the foot is hurting me on the ankle.
ugole (migole)NG21tuskUgole umwenga nataga kwa alfu mbokolo mbiri dola.One tusk I sell for $ 200,000 (= two hundred thousand dollars).See: ngole.2ivoryKavinda ntrembo na wakataga ugole wake kwa wadyeni wakwiza. (Arbow: 8)He hunted elephants and they were selling their ivory to visitors that came.
ugonaAdv1sleepilykudya ugonato eat sleepilykushegeya ugonato work sleepilykutumika ugonato behave sleepilyMwaliko atumika ugona.Mwaliko is working sleepily.See: kudyenda ugona, mdyenda ugona.2sleepwise3in a sleepy wayKatowa risasi ugona.He shot bullets in a sleepy way.Kabwira mpira ugona.He caught a ball in a sleepy way.
ugongondoNG61poundingUmo walume nawakatoerana ugongondo kwa kila mbuli mpya ikulagala mwe di Gosha. (Arbow)At that time males were communicating to each other by pounding each new thing that happend in Goshaland.See: kutowerana ugongondo.2knocking
ugonoNG2sleeping place(s)Ugono wako ni kuhi?Where is your sleeping place? = Where are you staying?Ugono wangu ni kwe hoteli.My sleeping place is in a hotel.Ugono wenyu ni kuhi?Where are your sleeping places?This noun has both singular and plural senses but no plural form. See: kugona.
ugoshaNG6Bantuness (of Somali Bantu)There is no plural form of this noun.
ugosiNG61manhoodAlonga chi ugosi.He speaks in a manhood way (= manly way).Amdumula ugosi na mahumbu yakwe.He cut is his manhood and testicles off.This noun is always singular; there is no plural. See: mgosi, chigosi.2manliness3virilityHana ugose.He doesn't have virility.4braveryWantru wadya wadyamanya ugosi.These people did bravery.5penisUgosi wangu waluma.My penis hurts.Ugosi wangu ni mkulu.My penis is big.
UgundiNPropUgundiUgundi kawozanya maboka na mayembe.Ugundi has made bananas and mangoes rot together.Lule na Zawadi wamwistimiyanya Ugundi.Lule and Zawadi fondled Ugundi together.See alternate pronunciation: Lugundi.man's name
ugwaduNG6sournessSee: gwadu.
UgwazoNPropUgwazoUgwazo kangamba asoma koleji.Ugwazo told me he's studying in college.Ugwazo kanibamba, "Nasoma koleji."Ugwazo told me, "I studying in college."See also Ugazo, Lugwazo..See: kugwaza.man's name
uhaga (mihaga)NG2cockspurZogolo dyangu divunika uhaga.My rooster has broken a cockspur.
uhai ~ uhayiNG61lifeSikosha hande, nadya manyasi, nipate uhai.I lack food, I'm eating grass, so I get life.Namshurkuru Mnungu nna uhai.I thank God I have life.2alivenessKugaluka na umesomeso ni uhai.To have consciousness is to be alive.See: hai ~ hayi.
uhakikaNG6certaintyUna uhakika?Do you have certainty? (= Are you certain?)See: hakika.
uhaleNG61distanceSee: hale.2farness
uhalehaleNG6a little bitChiguwa china umwire uhalehale.A sorgham stock has a little bit of sweetness.Mere yo u mwana yana mwire uhalehale.baby's milk has a little bit of sweetness.
uhalifuNG6lawlessnessWakenya wadyamanya uhalifu wa kukoma ntrembo mwe mbago.Kenyans are doing lawlessness by killing elephants in the bush.Sifyamanya uhalifu.I've done lawlessness.This noun is always singular; there is no plural form. See: halifu, mhalifu.
uhamaliNG6burden(s)Miye sikunga uhamali.I don't want burdens.See: kuhamala.