By Henry R. Stern
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Makila [ ma-kee-la’ ] beef n. nyama ya ngombe [ nya-ma ya n-go’-mbeh] before abv. yambo, liboso [ya-mboh, lee-boh-soh ] begin v. kobanda [koh-ba-nda ] beginning n. ebandeli [ eh-ba-ndeh-lee ] behind adv. / prep. nsima, mbisa [nsee-ma, m-beesa] believe v. kondima, koyamba [ koh-ndee-ma, koh-yamba ] bell n. ngonga [ n-goh-nga ] bellow prep. na nse [ na-nseh ] bench n. (seat) etanda [ eh-ta-nda ] bet n. mondenge [ moh-nde-nge’ ] better adj. eleki malamu [eh-leh-kee ma-la’-moo ] between prep. o ntaka [ oh nta-ka ] bicycle n.
Mombongo [ mph-mbo’-ngo ] businessman n. moto wa mombongo [ moh-toh wa ] but conj. kasi, ka [ ka-see, ka-a ] butcher n. moteki-nyama [ moh-te’-kee nya-ma ] button n. lifungu, buto [ lee-foo’-ngoo, boo-to’ ] buy v. kosomba [ koh-soh’-mba ] : I’d like to buy…. nalingi kosomba… [ na-lee-ngee ] buyer n. mosombi [ moh-soh-mbee ] by prep. na , o [ na, oh ] me… memele ngai… [ me-me’-la n-ga’-ee ] brook n. (stream) moluka [ moh-loo’-ka’ ] broom n. ndeko [ n-deh-koh ] brother-in-law n. bokilo [ boh-kee-loh’ ] brown adj.
Na [na] 2. v. go a. kokatisa [kohka-tee-sa] add v. kobakisa [koh-ba-kee-sa] advise v. kolaka [koh-la-ka] afraid adj. be a. v. kobanga [koh-ba’-nga]: I’m a. nazali kobanga [na-za-lee] after prep. (n)sima [nsee-ma] afternoon n. mpokwa [ mpoh’-kwa] again adv. lisusu [lee-soo’-soo] age n. eleko, mobu [eh-leh-koh, moh-boo] agree v. kondima [koh-ndee- ma] : I agree nandimi [na-ndee-mee] air n. mpema [mpeh’-ma] airplane n. (m)pepo, avio [mpeh’-poh, a-vee-o] airport n. libanda ya pepo [lee-ba-nda ya] alcohol n.