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Kituba Verbs

Kituba-English

KitubaEnglish
kukwiza to come
kubanda to begin, to start, to set off, from
"kubatika, kubadika" to begin
kubeluka to be healed
kubelusa to heal (someone)
kubika to leave, to desert
kubikana to stay
kubola to rot, to soak
kubumba to hide, to mask, to hide away
kubumbama to be hidden, to be protected
kubuta to give birth to
kubutana to be born
kubwa to fall
kubwisa to drop or cause to fall
kudika to give (something) to eat, feed
kudikila to feed (in place of ..)
kudila to cry
kudya to eat
kufungula to open
kukanga to close
kukanga to close, to attach
kukangama to be attached
kukangila to attach (for or in place of someone)
kukembila to adore, to glorify
kukwenda to go
kuladisa, kulalisa to put to sleep, to put to bed
kulakisa to show something to someone, to reveal, to demonstrate
kulala to sleep
kulamba to prepare, to cook
kulambila to prepare food for.., to prepare food in or with the help of something
kulambila to prepare for someone, in something (pan)
kulambisa to ask or order a dish
kulemba to tire, exhaust
Kulemvoka to soften, to calm oneself, to pardon (or not get angry)
Kulemvokila to pardon or excuse
kulenda to be able to
kuloba to fish
kulobola to crush
kulokota to gather
kulomba to ask for
kulonga to counsel, to teach, to reason
kulongisa to teach, to educate, to instruct
kulonguka to learn (to be taught)
kulosa to throw
kulosuka to fall (to be thrown)
kulunda to guard
"kuluta, kulutila" to pass, to surpass, to augment
kulutila to surpass, to overflow
kulutisa to let pass, to make pass, to transmit
kumanisa to finish, to end, to close (activity)
kunanguna to lift, to raise
kunanguna diboko to raise a hand, or arm
kunanguna makulu to walk more quickly, to lift one's feet
kunata to carry, to take
kunata to drive, take someone
kunatisa to carry for someone
kununga overcome, vanquish, beat, win
kunungisa to bring victory, to accept an argument
kunwa to drink
kunwana to fight
kunwanina to defend, fight over something, to forbid
kunwika to give to drink, (breast feed)
kunwikila to give a drink (in place of...)
kunwikisa+A63 to give a drink, make (someone) drink
kupesa to give
kupesana to be given
kusadisa to help, to work for
kusakana to play, to joke
kusakumuna to bless
kusala to work, to do
kusambila to pray
kusonga to indicate
kusongisa to show
kusonika to write
"kusonikila, kusonikina" to write for
kusumuka to sin
kusweka to hide (syn)
kutala to see, to observe, to sense
kutalana to be seen
kutambula to walk
kutanga to read
kuteka to sell, to dip (water)
kutekisa to sell, liquidate, to retail
kutelama to raise oneself, to stand up
kutonda to thank
kutuba to say, to talk
kutuma to give an order, command
kutumisa to command to do, to send for something
kututa to pile, to hit
kututana to be hit
kutwadisa to direct, guide, govern, drive (an event)
kuvanga to create (from nothing)
kuvukana to meet, to assemble together
kuvukisa to assemble, to group things
kuvumina to respect
kuvutuka to return, to come back
kuvutukila to return to go back
kuvutula return something to someone
kuvwanda to sit/to be (past tense)
kuwisa convince, persuade, to make understand
kuwisana to agree, to understand one another
kuyidika to arrange, to make, to build, to craft
kuyimba to sing
kuyimbidila/kuyimbila to sing for
kuyimina to forbid someone something
kuyimina to refuse, to forbid
kuyoka to burn
kuyokana to be burned
kuyunduka to be fed
kuzitisa to respect, to honor
kuzodila to desire
kuzola to love, to want, to desire
kuzolama to be loved, to be wanted
kuzonza to speak (chat)
kuzyeta to travel
kunyakisa to heal (someone), to bring healing aid
kufunisa to multiply
kukatuka to separate from, to leave, to abandon
kubangula to explain, to interpret
kubonga to go well, to resolve
kuzwa to have; to receive
kukondwa to lack
kuzonzila to speak about
kubaka to take, to get
kuvumbuka to wake up, to get up
Created by: BevB
 

 



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