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Oraire ota, Ndaire gye Good morning, how are you? (singular) I’m fine
Murire muta, Turyaho or turiregye Good morning, how are you? (group) We’re fine
Oriregye? (singular) Muriregye? (plural) Good morning, did you sleep well?
Osiibirota (singular) Musee-bur-ota? (plural) Good afternoon
Musiibiremuta? How are all of you?
Osiibire gye? Kare Good afternoon, are you okay? Ok, all right, same to you
Wasibota? (wasi-wota) Nasibagye (nasi- wah-jyeh) Good afternoon, how was the day? Fine, good
Mwasibamuta ba-nyabo (women) Mwasibamuta na ba-sebo (men) How are all of you? (afternoon)
Oraragye (ora-rejyeh) Have a good night
Turebane Bwanyima Turebane nyenkyakare (Nyen-cha-ka-ray) See you later See you tomorrow
Turebane nyenkyakare akasheshe Turebane nyenkyakare omwihangye See you tomorrow (morning) See you tomorrow (afternoon)
Nashemererwa kukureba Ninye nakira Nice to see you here Nice to see you as well
Nashemererwa kubareba Nitwe twakira Nice to see you (more than one) Nice to see you as well
Nashemererwa okushanga Nice to see you (said by the person arriving to the person already there
Created by: Milton66