Komo - English/Swahili/French


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tubha₁ n hardwood forest tree species aina ya mti ulio nguvu na hupatikana porini sorte d'arbre dur qu'on trouve en forêt
tubha₂ v pluck -nyonyoa épiler, plumer Báotubha saa á mbaú. One plucks the feathers of a bird.
tubɔɛngɛ n defect in the hair system associated with puberty kosa la mavuzi défectuosité dans le système pileux
tuga v imprison, enslave, husband (animals)
tukana v get used up
tukanisaga v destroy.self, usually in reflexive form étukanisaga
tukatuka v spoil -haribu abimer Baniki báotukatuka nkumba á k'endu. Children spoil the furniture of the house.
tuku-tuku n motorcycle
tukumisa v honor -heshimu honorer
tuma v be full -jaa être plein, remplir Aoba mbua naɔki ásǐ, ibo áotuma. If the rain falls in abondance, the river fills up. Atumi na Mema á Mokonga. He is filled with the Heart of God. (6 Aug 95)
tumanaga v be upside-down pindua mettre la tête en bas et les pieds en haut, inverser Aubu aotumanaga. A bat hangs upside-down.
tumbanea v give gifts for a trip -safirisha donner cadeaux de voyage
tumbua v carry the torch -tawala porter le feu
tumia v lean.on
tumis v fill remplir
tunda v put together -weka pamoja mettre ensemble
tundukanaga v crowd around se grouper autour de
tungana v commit adultery -zini commettre l'adultère Nkpa na nke báotungana. The man and the woman commit adultery.
tungukan v gather around in close proximity
tusa₁ llcr: etus. v pierce -choma piquer
tusa₂ v put spice in
tutu n gourd kibuyu calebasse Mbenɔ á mosa, batatasu dábaodhoga ibo ka tutu. In times past, our ancestors drew water using gourds. llcr: mboso.
tutua₁ v skin, peel, shell -menya écorcer Bake báotutua nsungu. The women are peeling manioc.
tutua₂ v advance, continue -endelea avancer, continuer