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Kimwitu/Inlander Speech GlossaryEdit

  • A
  • A Mwitu/ Wild.
  • Aibu/ Disgrace or dishonor.
  • Aisee, jambo/ Hello, greetings.
  • Alisa/ Dance Pit.
  • Aminifu/ Faithful.
  • Asante/ Thank you.
  • Askari/ Soldier, guard or police.
  • Ayari/ Scoundrel, rascal or swindler.
  • B
  • Bandari/ Port.
  • Bahari/ Ocean, sea, Thassa.
  • Bahati/ Luck.
  • Bee/ Used by slaves for yes.
  • Bila/ Without.
  • Bwawa/ Swamp.
  • C
  • Chanzo/ Root.
  • Chapa/ Brand.
  • Charaza/ Dance.
  • D
  • Dada/ Sister.
  • Dhahabu,fedha/ Gold, coin, currency or silver.
  • Dodo/ Breast.
  • E
  • 'Eeh/ Yes.'
  • 'Enda/ Go.'
  • F
  • 'Filimbi/ Flute or whistle.'
  • 'Firidi Chanua/ Fragrant Flower.'
  • 'Forsadi/ Mulberry; the mulberry is grayish to dark purple, sweet. Can be made into wine.'
  • 'Fumbi/ Brook, stream.'
  • G
  • 'Gebali/ Mountain, cliff, crag.'
  • 'Ghuba/ Bay, gulf, inlet, cove.'
  • 'Gudi/ Dock.'
  • H
  • 'Haba/ Lil Bit.'
  • 'Habibu/ Beloved. '
  • 'Hariri/ Silk.'
  • 'Hasidi/ Enemy.'
  • 'Hasha!/ No way!'
  • 'Hatari/ Danger.'
  • 'Hebu/ Come.'
  • 'Hindi/ Corn.'
  • 'Hodari/ Brave, strong, powerful, skillful, capable, clever, smart, diligent, energetic, firm, prudent and stable.'
  • 'Hodi/ May I come in?'
  • 'Hori/ Creek.'
  • 'Huruma/ Compassion, pity or mercy. '
  • J
  • 'Jabali/ Mountain range.'
  • 'Jambia/ Dagger with a broad curved blade.'
  • 'Jambo, [answer with sijambo]/ Hello,Greetings.'
  • 'Jahabu/ Stay.'
  • 'Jimbi/ Taro Root.'
  • K
  • 'Kaba/ Collar.'
  • 'Kahawa/ Black wine, coffee.'
  • 'Kamba/ Rope, cord, string or twine.'
  • 'Karibu/ Welcome.'
  • 'Kibwebwe/ Loincloth, [female].'
  • 'Kigundo/ Person whose buttocks sticks out more than usual.'
  • 'Kijakazi/ Slave girl, kajira.'
  • 'Kilima/ Hill.'
  • 'Kimwitu/ Jungle Dweller.'
  • 'Kinamasi/ Marsh.'
  • 'Kipofu/ Blind person.'
  • 'Kisimi/ Clitoris.'
  • 'Kishamba/ Villager.'
  • 'Kisu Chapa Unga/ Knife brand powder.'
  • 'Kisu/ Knife.'
  • 'Kitwana/ Slave boy, kajirus.'
  • 'Kuma/ Vagina.'
  • 'Kwa heri/ Goodbye.'
  • 'Kizimba/ Cage.'
  • L
  • 'La/ No.'
  • M
  • 'Madodo/ Breasts.'
  • 'Mamba/ Crocodile.'
  • 'Mamwana/ Mistress.'
  • 'Manii/ Semen.'
  • 'Mapaja/ Thighs or lap.'
  • 'Mapwa/ Beach, coast, shore.'
  • 'Marashi/ Perfume.'
  • 'Mata/ Bow and arrow set.'
  • 'Matako/ Buttocks.'
  • 'Matiti/ Nipples or breasts. '
  • 'Maulana/ Master.'
  • 'Mayugwa/ Taro Leaves.'
  • 'Mdomo/ Lip.'
  • 'Mfalme/ Ubar, High Cheiftain, Ruler, King.'
  • 'Mfeleji/ Canal.'
  • 'Mforsadi/ Mulberry Tree.'
  • 'Mfungwa/ Captive.'
  • 'Midomo/ Lips.'
  • 'Mjeledi/ Whip.'
  • 'Mjoli/ Fellow slave, chain sister/brother.'
  • 'Mkufu/ Necklace.'
  • 'Mkuki/ Spear.'
  • 'Msaliti/ Traitor or slanderer.'
  • 'Msanifu/ Writer.'
  • 'Mshale/ Arrow.'
  • 'Mshindo/ Orgasm, outcry.'
  • 'Mshusho/ Orgasm, ejaculation.'
  • 'Mto/ River.'
  • 'Mtumwa/ Slave.'
  • 'Mwanzo/ First.'
  • 'Mwitu/ Jungle, forest.'
  • 'Myugwa/ Taro.'
  • 'Mzungu/ Stranger, Outlander.'
  • N
  • 'Nakupenda/ I like,love you.'
  • 'Ngalawa/ Outrigger canoe.'
  • 'Ngao/ Shield or facade.'
  • 'Ngoma/ Dance, music or drum.'
  • 'Ngono/ Sexual intercourse with a mate.'
  • 'Nguo/ Loincloth, [male].'
  • 'Njoro/ Fishing Spear.'
  • 'Nyoka/ Snake or worm.'
  • 'Nyuki/ Honey bee.'
  • 'Nyumba Johari/ Home Stone.'
  • P
  • 'Paja/ Thigh.'
  • 'Paka/ Cat.'
  • 'Panga/ Machete or long knife.'
  • 'Pango/ Cave, lair.'
  • 'Pigano/ Fight, battle.'
  • R
  • 'Rafiki/ Friend.'
  • 'Ramani/ Map.'
  • S
  • 'Sagai/ Short Spear.'
  • 'Selaha/ Weapon.'
  • 'Shimo/ Mine.'
  • 'Shoka/ Axe.'
  • 'Sime/ Short sword.'
  • T
  • 'Tangawizi/ Ginger.'
  • 'Tende/ Date, (fruit of the date palm).'
  • 'Titi/ Nipple or breast.'
  • 'Tumbuu/ Chain.'
  • U
  • 'Ua/ Flower, blossom or hedge.'
  • 'Uchafu/ Dirtiness, nastiness or indecency.'
  • 'Uchango/ Penis.'
  • 'Ugoni/ Rape, adultry.'
  • Ugundi/ Coconut leaf powder, [medicinal for treating sores].
  • Ujengaji/ Erection.
  • Uki/ Honey.
  • Ulafi/ Greediness or gluttony.
  • Ulimi/ Tongue.
  • Upinde/ Bow.
  • Usiku/ Night.
  • Usiku Bawa/ Night Wing.
  • Ushanga/ Bead.
  • Ushindi/ Victory, triumph, success or conquest.
  • Utajiri/ Wealth or property.
  • Utukufu/ Glory, honor, esteem, fame, majesty, eminence and grandeur.
  • Utumwa/ Slavery.
  • V
  • Vijakazi/ Kajirae, slavegirls.
  • Vishamba/ Villagers.
  • Vita/ War.
  • Z
  • Ziwa/ Lake.

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