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-fungua
to unfasten, unlock
-ona kiu
to feel thirsty
namba(N)
a written or printed number
swichi(N)
switch
-washa
turn on light, light lamp, light fire
taa(N)
light, lamp
chumba cha kulalia(KI/VI)
bedroom
-lala
to lie down, rest, sleep
maliwato(N)
bathroom
feni(N)
(ceiling)fan
mwenyewe
myself
-safisha
to clean
beseni ya kunawia(N)
wash basin
beseni(N)
basin
-nawa
to wash the hands
almari(N)
chest of drawers
kabati la nguo(MA)
wardrobe, closet
kabati(MA)
cupboard
godoro(MA)
mattress
-kunjua
to unfold
matandiko(MA)
bedding(usually used in the plural form)
-sikia baridi
to feel cold
-sikia
to feel(also hear, understand and smell)
baridi(N)
cold, cool(ness)
blanketi(MA)
blanket
ndani ya stoo
in the store
stoo(N)
store
shuka(N)
sheet
sioni baridi
I don't feel cold
-ona
to feel(also see, understand, smell and taste)
siku zote
always, all the time
joto(JI, no plural)
heat
-oga
to have a bath, shower
ufunguo(U/N)
key
rafu(N)
shelf
-agiza
order
nani huyo?
who's that(the person mentioned)?
wakati wa
during, at the time of
wakati(U/N)
period of time, season
mavuno(MA)
harvest time(usually used in the plural form)
ambapo
when(time at which)
wanunuzi korosho
cashew-nut buyers
mnunuzi(M/WA)
buyer
kwa wingi(u-ingi)
in large numbers, in abundance
meneja amesema kwamba...
the manager has said that...
Yuko likizoni?
Is he on holiday?
likizo(N)
holiday, vacation
kampuni(N)
company, firm
zana(N)
tools, implements
kilimo(KI)
agriculture
tayari
ready
ama(=au)
or
nje
outside
fanicha(N)
furniture
samani
furniture
makuti(MA)
coconut-leaf thatch
mkeka(M/MI)
locally-made plaited mat
mto(M/MI)
pillow
pazia(MA)
curtain
sabuni(N)
soap
taulo(N)
towel
zulia(MA)
carpet(woven)
uso(U/N)
face
tetemoko(MA)
earthquake
-ua
to kill
serikali(N)
government
mechi(N)
(football)match
-ahirishwa
to be postponed
nami
with me
nawe
with you(sing.)
naye
with him/her
nasi
with us
nanyi
with you(pl.)
nao
with them