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batho
people
motho
person
ntate
father (my father)
bana
children
ngwana
child, baby
botsa
to ask a question
adima
to lend, borrow
nwa
to drink
kwala
write
fa
give
fa
here
thata
hard, difficult, a lot
supa
point or 7
bogale
sharp (like knife), always yelling
molelo
fire, hot
letsatsi
sun, day, hot
serame
cold
molemo
medicine, drug (generally liquid or ointment)
eseng
not
eleng
rather
mogote
heat
metsi
water
matute
juice
tsenya
to put in
lere
to bring
e
this one
pene
pen
lesome
10
malome
uncle
selepe
axe
ema
to stop, stand
reka
to buy
bereka
to work
tsena
to come in
eta
to visit
repa
loose
maswe
ugly
pina
song
dijo
food
madi
money, blood
bina
to dance
bitsa
to call (to come here)
ikama
to comb (myself)
ipona
to see (myself)
tsididi
cold
pelo
heart
dinao
feet
modisa
head boy, shepherd
mosadi
woman
kopa
to ask for something
bogale
sharp
o
this one
botlhe
all of them (people)
rotlhe
all of us
tsotlhe
all of them (things)
modumo
noise
lekwalo
letter
potso
question
poso
post office, mail
bona
to see, to draw attention to
goga
to pull, to smoke (cig.)
bofa
to tie
olela
to gather together and pick up
kopa
to copy
opa
to ache
bone
them
bothitho
warm (not hot)
bonolo
easy, soft-spoken, kind
pula
rain
buka
book
bula
to open
bua
to speak (to skin)
bosula
boring, tasteless
lefufa
jealous
Leina la gago ke mang?
What is your name?
Leina lame ke ___
My name is ___
O tswa kae?
Where do you come from?
Ke tswa kwa _____
I come from ____
O nna kae?
Where do you stay?
Ke nna kwa ____
I stay at ____
mang
who
kae
where
gago
your
ke eng?
what is it?
O tshotswe leng?
When were you born?
mawelana
people
tsisa/tlisa
bring (like lere)
le
and
mmagwe
mother of
rraagwe
father of
mosadi
o
woman
basadi
ba
women
monna
o
man
banna
ba
men
mosimane
o
boy
basimane
ba
boys
molapo
o
river
melapo
e
rivers
molomo
o
mouth
melomo
e
mouths
lesedi
le
light
masedi
a
lights
lebati
le
door
mabati
a
doors
setlhako
se
shoe
ditlhako
di
shoes
selepe
se
axe
dilepe
di
axes
kgomo
e
cow
dikgomo
di
cows
katse
e
cat
dikatse
di
cats
ntsa ("n-cha")
e
dog
dintsa
di
dogs
kopi
e
cup
dikopi
di
cups
beisane
e
basin, bowl, dish
dibeisane
di
basins, bowls, dishes
pelo
e
heart
dipelo
di
hearts
bata
e
bath, tub
dibata
di
baths, tubs
O eme foo!
You stop there! (combi)
O eme mo stopong.
Stop at the stop. (combi)
O nkemele
Wait for me (combi)
go (bua)
to (speak)