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1
Q

Habari / Salama

A

Hello (2x)

2
Q

Hello (2x)

A

Habari / Salama

3
Q

Kwa heri / Tutaonana

A

Goodbye (lit. with blessings) / We will see each other

4
Q

Goodbye (lit. with blessings) / We will see each other

A

Kwa heri / Tutaonana

5
Q

Asante (sana)

A

Thank you (very much)

6
Q

Thank you (very much)

A

Asante (sana)

7
Q

Karibu

A

Welcome (Come close / Come near)

8
Q

Welcome (Come close / Come near)

A

Karibu

9
Q

Ndiyo

A

Yes (lit. it is correct | indeed) … [NOTE! — Can also mean ‘No’ (indeed) if in answer to negative question!]

10
Q

Yes (lit. it is correct | indeed) … [NOTE! — Can also mean ‘No’ (indeed) if in answer to negative question!]

A

Ndiyo

11
Q

Hapana

A

No (there isn’t / there aren’t) … (definite / relating to something specific)

12
Q

No (there isn’t / there aren’t) … (definite / relating to something specific)

A

Hapana

13
Q

Moja

A

One (1)

14
Q

One (1)

A

Moja

15
Q

Mbili

A

Two (2)

16
Q

Two (2)

A

Mbili

17
Q

Tatu

A

Three (3)

18
Q

Three (3)

A

Tatu

19
Q

Nne

A

Four (4)

20
Q

Four (4)

A

Nne

21
Q

Tano

A

Five (5)

22
Q

Five (5)

A

Tano

23
Q

Sita

A

Six (6)

24
Q

Six (6)

A

Sita

25
Q

Saba

A

Seven (7)

26
Q

Seven (7)

A

Saba

27
Q

Nane

A

Eight (8)

28
Q

Eight (8)

A

Nane

29
Q

Tisa

A

Nine (9)

30
Q

Nine (9)

A

Tisa

31
Q

Kumi

A

Ten (10)

32
Q

Ten (10)

A

Kumi

33
Q

(Ni)naelewa

A

I understand

34
Q

I understand

A

(Ni)naelewa

35
Q

Sielewi

A

I don’t understand

36
Q

I don’t understand

A

Sielewi

37
Q

(Question) itaondoka lini

A

(question) it will leave when

38
Q

(question) it will leave when

A

(Question) itaondoka lini

39
Q

(Question) iko wapi

A

(Question) it is where

40
Q

(Question) it is where

A

(Question) iko wapi

41
Q

Jina lako ni nani je? (polite / to adult) / … … Jina lako nani? (to a child)

A

What (who) is your name? … (2x: polite and informal)

42
Q

What (who) is your name? … (2x: polite and informal)

A

Jina lako ni nani je? (polite / to adult) / … … Jina lako nani? (to a child)

43
Q

Unasema Kiingereza?

A

Do you speak English?

44
Q

Do you speak English?

A

Unasema Kiingereza?

45
Q

Ni bei gani?

A

How much does it cost? / Which price is it?

46
Q

How much does it cost? / Which price is it?

A

Ni bei gani?

47
Q

Una miaka mingapi?

A

How old are you? / You have how many years?

48
Q

How old are you? / You have how many years?

A

Una miaka mingapi?

49
Q

Shikamoo

A

Respectful greetings … (historical literal meaning: ..I am touching your feet..)

50
Q

Respectful greetings … (historical literal meaning: ..I am touching your feet..)

A

Shikamoo

51
Q

Marahaba

A

Thank you for your greetings (respectful form)

52
Q

Thank you for your greetings (respectful form)

A

Marahaba

53
Q

Jina

A

Name

55
Q

Umri

A

Age

56
Q

Age

A

Umri

57
Q

Nini

A

What

58
Q

What

A

Nini

59
Q

Hii

A

This (thing)

60
Q

This (thing)

A

Hii

61
Q

Hiyo

A

That (thing)

62
Q

That (thing)

A

Hiyo

63
Q

Habari (social)

A

Hello / How are you … (informal greeting | what news?)

64
Q

Hello / How are you … (informal greeting | what news?)

A

Habari (social)

65
Q

Salama (in greeting)

A

Hello / Good day … (in passing)

66
Q

Hello / Good day … (in passing)

A

Salama (in greeting)

67
Q

Hoteli

A

Hotel

68
Q

Hotel

A

Hoteli

69
Q

Hujambo

A

How are you … (singular | informal)

70
Q

How are you … (singular | informal)

A

Hujambo

71
Q

Sijambo

A

I am fine ( .. I have no matters .. ) … (informal)

72
Q

I am fine ( .. I have no matters .. ) … (informal)

A

Sijambo

73
Q

Hamjambo

A

How are you all … (plural / informal)

74
Q

How are you all … (plural / informal)

A

Hamjambo

75
Q

Hatujambo

A

We are fine … (informal)

76
Q

We are fine … (informal)

A

Hatujambo

77
Q

Nzuri

A

Good / Fine / Beautiful

78
Q

Good / Fine / Beautiful

A

Nzuri

79
Q

Salama (in answer)

A

Fine (Safely/Peacefully)

80
Q

Fine (Safely/Peacefully)

A

Salama (in answer)

81
Q

Jina langu (ni) …

A

My name is …

82
Q

My name is …

A

Jina langu (ni) …

83
Q

Una (…noun…)?

A

Do you have (…noun…)?

84
Q

Do you have (…noun…)?

A

Una (…noun…)?

85
Q

Nisaidia

A

Help me!

86
Q

Help me!

A

Nisaidia

87
Q

Habari za jioni

A

How is your evening (Good evening)

88
Q

How is your evening (Good evening)

A

Habari za jioni

89
Q

Hodi

A

Can I come in / Hello… … (while on the treshhold of entering a house or room)

90
Q

Can I come in / Hello… … (while on the treshhold of entering a house or room)

A

Hodi

91
Q

Habari gani

A

What (which) is the news? (as a greeting)

92
Q

What (which) is the news? (as a greeting)

A

Habari gani

93
Q

Unatoka wapi?

A

Where are you from?

94
Q

Where are you from?

A

Unatoka wapi?

95
Q

(Ni)natoka …

A

I am from …

96
Q

I am from …

A

(Ni)natoka …

97
Q

Usiku mwema

A

Good (nice) night

98
Q

Good (nice) night

A

Usiku mwema

99
Q

Kesho

A

See you / Untill tomorrow

100
Q

See you / Untill tomorrow

A

Kesho

101
Q

Kushoto

A

Left (direction)

102
Q

Left (direction)

A

Kushoto

103
Q

Kulia

A

Right (direction)

104
Q

Right (direction)

A

Kulia

105
Q

Tafadhali

A

Please

106
Q

Please

A

Tafadhali

107
Q

Pole

A

Sorry

108
Q

Sorry

A

Pole

109
Q

Mtoto

A

Child

110
Q

Child

A

Mtoto

111
Q

Watoto

A

Children

112
Q

Children

A

Watoto

113
Q

Pikipiki

A

Motorbike

114
Q

Motorbike

A

Pikipiki

115
Q

Jioni

A

Evening (from 3pm on)

116
Q

Evening (from 3pm on)

A

Jioni

117
Q

Ni

A

Am / Is / Are (always followed by a noun only)

118
Q

Am / Is / Are (always followed by a noun only)

A

Ni

119
Q

Mimi ni ……

A

I am ……

120
Q

I am ……

A

Mimi ni ……

121
Q

Sisi ni ……

A

We are ……

122
Q

We are ……

A

Sisi ni ……

123
Q

Mimi si ……

A

I am not ……

124
Q

I am not ……

A

Mimi si ……

125
Q

Sisi si ……

A

We are not ……

126
Q

We are not ……

A

Sisi si ……

127
Q

Si

A

Am not / Is not / Are not (always followed by a noun only)

128
Q

Am not / Is not / Are not (always followed by a noun only)

A

Si

129
Q

Habari yako

A

How are you (What’s your news)

130
Q

How are you (What’s your news)

A

Habari yako

131
Q

Bwana

A

Sir / Mr. … (used often / NOT overly polite)

132
Q

Sir / Mr. … (used often / NOT overly polite)

A

Bwana

133
Q

Na wewe

A

And you?

134
Q

And you?

A

Na wewe

135
Q

Mimi

A

I / Me

136
Q

I / Me

A

Mimi

137
Q

Habari zenu

A

How are things/news with you all (plural)

138
Q

How are things/news with you all (plural)

A

Habari zenu

139
Q

Habari (noun)

A

News

140
Q

News

A

Habari (noun)

141
Q

(y - ch - kw - l - w) -ako

A

Your (singular)

142
Q

Your (singular)

A

(y - ch - kw - l - w) -ako

143
Q

Karibuni

A

Welcome to you all (plural)

144
Q

Welcome to you all (plural)

A

Karibuni

145
Q

Na

A

And (with / by)

146
Q

And (with / by)

A

Na

147
Q

Wewe

A

You (singular)

148
Q

You (singular)

A

Wewe

149
Q

(z - y - etc…) -enu

A

Your / of you all (plural)

150
Q

Your / of you all (plural)

A

(z - y - etc…) -enu

151
Q

Safi

A

Great! / ..Cool….. (couldn’t be better) // Clean

152
Q

Great! / ..Cool….. (couldn’t be better) // Clean

A

Safi

153
Q

Asanteni

A

Thank you (all) (plural)

154
Q

Thank you (all) (plural)

A

Asanteni

155
Q

Kwaherini

A

Goodbye to you all (plural)

156
Q

Goodbye to you all (plural)

A

Kwaherini

157
Q

(l - y - w - etc.) -angu

A

My or Mine

158
Q

My or Mine

A

(l - y - w - etc.) -angu

159
Q

Njema

A

Good / Nice

160
Q

Good / Nice

A

Njema

161
Q

H(a)-…

A

Not (negating / in relation to a verb)

162
Q

Not (negating / in relation to a verb)

A

H(a)-…

163
Q

U-… (prefix to verb)

A

You singular (participant marker in a verb-form)

164
Q

You singular (participant marker in a verb-form)

A

U-… (prefix to verb)

165
Q

M(na)-…

A

You all plural (participant marker in a verb-form)

166
Q

You all plural (participant marker in a verb-form)

A

M(na)-…

167
Q

Tu-… (prefix)

A

We (participant marker in a verb-form)

168
Q

We (participant marker in a verb-form)

A

Tu-… (prefix)

169
Q

Ni(na)-…

A

I / Me (participant marker in a verb-form)

170
Q

I / Me (participant marker in a verb-form)

A

Ni(na)-…

171
Q

Lini

A

When

172
Q

When

A

Lini

173
Q

Habari za kazi

A

How’s work?

174
Q

How’s work?

A

Habari za kazi

175
Q

Kazi

A

Work

176
Q

Work

A

Kazi

177
Q

Mzee

A

Elder / old man (noun | when addressing)

178
Q

Elder / old man (noun | when addressing)

A

Mzee

179
Q

Habari za safari

A

How’s the journey?

180
Q

How’s the journey?

A

Habari za safari

181
Q

Habari za leo

A

How are you today?

182
Q

How are you today?

A

Habari za leo

183
Q

Safari

A

Journey(s)

184
Q

Journey(s)

A

Safari

185
Q

Leo

A

Today

186
Q

Today

A

Leo

187
Q

Hapa

A

Here

188
Q

Here

A

Hapa

189
Q

Mnafanya kazi

A

Are you (plural) working / You (plural) are working

190
Q

Are you (plural) working / You (plural) are working

A

Mnafanya kazi

191
Q

Ninafanya kazi

A

I am working

192
Q

I am working

A

Ninafanya kazi

193
Q

Huko

A

(Over) there (in)

194
Q

(Over) there (in)

A

Huko

195
Q

Ninasoma

A

I am studying / reading

196
Q

I am studying / reading

A

Ninasoma

197
Q

Majina

A

Names (plural)

198
Q

Names (plural)

A

Majina

199
Q

Nani

A

Who (what person(s))

200
Q

Who (what person(s))

A

Nani

201
Q

(ku) -fanya

A

Do / Make

202
Q

Do / Make

A

(ku) -fanya

203
Q

-na-

A

Present Tense marker / Infix …

204
Q

Present Tense marker / Infix …

A

-na-

205
Q

Unafanya nini?

A

What are you (singular) doing?

206
Q

What are you (singular) doing?

A

Unafanya nini?

207
Q

Nina- | | Na- (contracted / fused together) … [Example: Nasoma]

A

I am …… (contracted form)

208
Q

I am …… (contracted form)

A

Nina- | | Na- (contracted / fused together) … [Example: Nasoma]

209
Q

Mnafanya nini?

A

What are you (plural) doing?

210
Q

What are you (plural) doing?

A

Mnafanya nini?

211
Q

U hali gani?

A

How’s (which) your state/condition? / How are you doing? … (polite/proper Swahili | to people of the same age and status)

212
Q

How’s (which) your state/condition? / How are you doing? … (polite/proper Swahili | to people of the same age and status)

A

U hali gani?

213
Q

Mzima

A

Healthy / Swell … (informal reply to ..How are you doing?..)

214
Q

Healthy / Swell … (informal reply to ..How are you doing?..)

A

Mzima

215
Q

(ku) -soma

A

Study / Read

216
Q

Study / Read

A

(ku) -soma

217
Q

Hali

A

State / Condition

218
Q

State / Condition

A

Hali

219
Q

(ku) -sema

A

Say / Speak

220
Q

Say / Speak

A

(ku) -sema

221
Q

Nyinyi / Ninyi

A

You (plural)

222
Q

You (plural)

A

Nyinyi / Ninyi

223
Q

Huyu

A

This (person)

224
Q

This (person)

A

Huyu

225
Q

(ku) -toka

A

To come from (also: to get out of)

226
Q

To come from (also: to get out of)

A

(ku) -toka

227
Q

Ama

A

Either / Or… (But…)

228
Q

Either / Or… (But…)

A

Ama

229
Q

Lakini

A

But

230
Q

But

A

Lakini

231
Q

Kila

A

Each / Every

232
Q

Each / Every

A

Kila

233
Q

Namna

A

Kind / Type / Method

234
Q

Kind / Type / Method

A

Namna

235
Q

Kama

A

If / Whether –ALSO– Like / The same / Such as / As

236
Q

If / Whether –ALSO– Like / The same / Such as / As

A

Kama

237
Q

Au

A

Or / Either

238
Q

Or / Either

A

Au

239
Q

Laiti

A

If only…

240
Q

If only…

A

Laiti

241
Q

Nzuri tu / Salama tu

A

Just fine

242
Q

Just fine

A

Nzuri tu / Salama tu

243
Q

Gani

A

Which / What / What kind of / What sort of

244
Q

Which / What / What kind of / What sort of

A

Gani

245
Q

Teksi

A

Taxi

246
Q

Taxi

A

Teksi

247
Q

(ku) -hitaji

A

(to) Need / Require

248
Q

(to) Need / Require

A

(ku) -hitaji

249
Q

(ku) -enda / (kw)enda [short verb]

A

(to) Go / Move / (to) Function

250
Q

(to) Go / Move / (to) Function

A

(ku) -enda / (kw)enda [short verb]

251
Q

Hotelini

A

To/at/by the hotel

252
Q

To/at/by the hotel

A

Hotelini

253
Q

Njooni

A

Come! (plural / invitation)

254
Q

Come! (plural / invitation)

A

Njooni

255
Q

Njoo

A

Come! (singular / imperative - invitation)

256
Q

Come! (singular / imperative - invitation)

A

Njoo

257
Q

Basi (expression)

A

So / Well / Well then / That’s enough!

258
Q

So / Well / Well then / That’s enough!

A

Basi (expression)

259
Q

Anwani

A

Address

260
Q

Address

A

Anwani

261
Q

Baada ya

A

After

262
Q

After

A

Baada ya

263
Q

Alasiri

A

(late) Afternoon / 3.30-4.30pm … [hardly ever used]

264
Q

(late) Afternoon / 3.30-4.30pm … [hardly ever used]

A

Alasiri

265
Q

Tena

A

Again

266
Q

Again

A

Tena

267
Q

(ku) -kubali

A

Agree

268
Q

Agree

A

(ku) -kubali

269
Q

Kilimo

A

Agriculture / Farming

270
Q

Agriculture / Farming

A

Kilimo

271
Q

Pia / Vilevile

A

Also

272
Q

Also

A

Pia / Vilevile

273
Q

Ingawa

A

Although

274
Q

Although

A

Ingawa

275
Q

Jibu - Majibu

A

Answer(s)

276
Q

Answer(s)

A

Jibu - Majibu

277
Q

Mkono - Mikono

A

Arm(s) / Hand(s)

278
Q

Arm(s) / Hand(s)

A

Mkono - Mikono

279
Q

(ku) -fika

A

Arrive

280
Q

Arrive

A

(ku) -fika

281
Q

Mali

A

Asset(s)

282
Q

Asset(s)

A

Mali

283
Q

(ku) -uliza

A

Ask

284
Q

Ask

A

(ku) -uliza

285
Q

Kwa

A

By / For / To / With / Of / From (adverb!)

286
Q

By / For / To / With / Of / From (adverb!)

A

Kwa

287
Q

Nyingine

A

Other(s) / Another / Some

288
Q

Other(s) / Another / Some

A

Nyingine

289
Q

Kuhusu

A

About

290
Q

About

A

Kuhusu

291
Q

(kwa/-a) -Nje

A

Out / outside (external)

292
Q

Out / outside (external)

A

(kwa/-a) -Nje

293
Q

Nyingi

A

Many / A lot / Plenty

294
Q

Many / A lot / Plenty

A

Nyingi

295
Q

Kadhaa

A

Several / Some

296
Q

Several / Some

A

Kadhaa

297
Q

(ku) -tengeneza

A

Make / Prepare / Fix

298
Q

Make / Prepare / Fix

A

(ku) -tengeneza

299
Q

(ku) -penda

A

Love / Like

300
Q

Love / Like

A

(ku) -penda

301
Q

Yeye

A

He / Him / She / Her

302
Q

He / Him / She / Her

A

Yeye

303
Q

(y - l - w - etc.) -ake

A

His / Her(s) / Its

304
Q

His / Her(s) / Its

A

(y - l - w - etc.) -ake

305
Q

Saa

A

Time / Hour / Clock

306
Q

Time / Hour / Clock

A

Saa

307
Q

Zaidi

A

Extra / More

308
Q

Extra / More

A

Zaidi

309
Q

(ku) -andika

A

Write

310
Q

Write

A

(ku) -andika

311
Q

(ku) -ona

A

See / Feel / Find / Meet

312
Q

See / Feel / Find / Meet

A

(ku) -ona

313
Q

Ya Rabi

A

Oh Lord!

314
Q

Oh Lord!

A

Ya Rabi

315
Q

Namba

A

Number

316
Q

Number

A

Namba

317
Q

Njia / Barabara

A

Way (Road / Street)

318
Q

Way (Road / Street)

A

Njia / Barabara

319
Q

Watu

A

People

320
Q

People

A

Watu

321
Q

((y)a) Kwanza

A

First

322
Q

First

A

((y)a) Kwanza

323
Q

Maji

A

Water ( | Juice)

324
Q

Water ( | Juice)

A

Maji

325
Q

Sasa

A

Now

326
Q

Now

A

Sasa

327
Q

Siku

A

Day

328
Q

Day

A

Siku

329
Q

(ku) -pata

A

Get

330
Q

Get

A

(ku) -pata

331
Q

(ku) -ja

A

(to) Come

332
Q

(to) Come

A

(ku) -ja

333
Q

(ku) -weza

A

Can / Be able (also Could / May)

334
Q

Can / Be able (also Could / May)

A

(ku) -weza

335
Q

Sehemu

A

Part / component

336
Q

Part / component

A

Sehemu

337
Q

Tako - Matako

A

Buttock(s) / Bottom(s)

338
Q

Buttock(s) / Bottom(s)

A

Tako - Matako

339
Q

Mtoto mchanga

A

Baby

340
Q

Baby

A

Mtoto mchanga

341
Q

Mfuko

A

Bag

342
Q

Bag

A

Mfuko

343
Q

Ndizi

A

Banana

344
Q

Banana

A

Ndizi

345
Q

(ku) -wa [special verb]

A

To be

346
Q

To be

A

(ku) -wa [special verb]

347
Q

Kwa sababu

A

Because

348
Q

Because

A

Kwa sababu

349
Q

Mchanga

A

Very young / Baby / (Sand)

350
Q

Very young / Baby / (Sand)

A

Mchanga

351
Q

Sababu

A

Cause / Reason

352
Q

Cause / Reason

A

Sababu

353
Q

Kitanda

A

Bed

354
Q

Bed

A

Kitanda

355
Q

Bia

A

Beer

356
Q

Beer

A

Bia

357
Q

Kabla

A

Before

358
Q

Before

A

Kabla

359
Q

Bora (kabisa)

A

Best (very…)

360
Q

Best (very…)

A

Bora (kabisa)

361
Q

Kati ya / Baina ya

A

Between

362
Q

Between

A

Kati ya / Baina ya

363
Q

kubwa

A

Big (adjective)

364
Q

Big (adjective)

A

kubwa

365
Q

Baisikeli

A

Bicycle

366
Q

Bicycle

A

Baisikeli

367
Q

Baraka

A

Blessing

368
Q

Blessing

A

Baraka

369
Q

Damu

A

Blood

370
Q

Blood

A

Damu

371
Q

Buluu

A

Blue

372
Q

Blue

A

Buluu

373
Q

Mwili

A

Body

374
Q

Body

A

Mwili

375
Q

Kitabu - Vitabu

A

Book(s)

376
Q

Book(s)

A

Kitabu - Vitabu

377
Q

Mvulana

A

Boy (after about 6 years of age)

378
Q

Boy (after about 6 years of age)

A

Mvulana

379
Q

Mtoto wa kiume

A

Son / Boy child

380
Q

Son / Boy child

A

Mtoto wa kiume

381
Q

Mkate - Mikate

A

Bread(s)

382
Q

Bread(s)

A

Mkate - Mikate

383
Q

(ku) -leta

A

Bring

384
Q

Bring

A

(ku) -leta

385
Q

Kaka

A

Brother

386
Q

Brother

A

Kaka

387
Q

Ndugu

A

Relative(s) / Family member(s) / Sibling(s) / Comrade(s)/Friend(s)

388
Q

Relative(s) / Family member(s) / Sibling(s) / Comrade(s)/Friend(s)

A

Ndugu

389
Q

(ku) -jenga

A

To build

390
Q

To build

A

(ku) -jenga

391
Q

Jumba

A

Building (large…)

392
Q

Building (large…)

A

Jumba

393
Q

Jengo

A

Building

394
Q

Building

A

Jengo

395
Q

Basi (noun)

A

Bus

396
Q

Bus

A

Basi (noun)

397
Q

Basi dogo

A

Minibus

398
Q

Minibus

A

Basi dogo

399
Q

Daladala

A

Minibus-Taxi

400
Q

Minibus-Taxi

A

Daladala

401
Q

(ku) -nunua

A

Buy

402
Q

Buy

A

(ku) -nunua

403
Q

Kiume

A

Male / Manly

404
Q

Male / Manly

A

Kiume

405
Q

dogo

A

Little / Small / Less

406
Q

Little / Small / Less

A

dogo

407
Q

(ku) -ita

A

(to) Call someone / To summon (someone) / To invite

408
Q

(to) Call someone / To summon (someone) / To invite

A

(ku) -ita

409
Q

Gari / Motokaa

A

Car

410
Q

Car

A

Gari / Motokaa

411
Q

(ku) -tunza

A

(to) Care for / Look after / Protect / To keep

412
Q

(to) Care for / Look after / Protect / To keep

A

(ku) -tunza

413
Q

Unyanyasaji wa watoto

A

Child(ren) abuse (harrassment)

414
Q

Child(ren) abuse (harrassment)

A

Unyanyasaji wa watoto

415
Q

Paka

A

Cat

416
Q

Cat

A

Paka

417
Q

Kiti - Viti

A

Chair(s)

418
Q

Chair(s)

A

Kiti - Viti

419
Q

Rahisi

A

Cheap / Easy

420
Q

Cheap / Easy

A

Rahisi

421
Q

Kifua

A

Chest (of the body)

422
Q

Chest (of the body)

A

Kifua

423
Q

Kuku

A

Chicken

424
Q

Chicken

A

Kuku

425
Q

Utoto

A

Childhood

426
Q

Childhood

A

Utoto

427
Q

Kanisa

A

Church

428
Q

Church

A

Kanisa

429
Q

Jiji / Mji

A

City

430
Q

City

A

Jiji / Mji

431
Q

(ku) -safisha

A

(to) Clean

432
Q

(to) Clean

A

(ku) -safisha

433
Q

Safi (real meaning)

A

Clean

434
Q

Clean

A

Safi (real meaning)

435
Q

Ufunguo

A

Key

436
Q

Key

A

Ufunguo

437
Q

Salamu

A

Greetings

438
Q

Greetings

A

Salamu

439
Q

Hajambo

A

How is s/he? / Is s/he fine? …. AND ALSO: … S/he is fine (answer)

440
Q

How is s/he? / Is s/he fine? …. AND ALSO: … S/he is fine (answer)

A

Hajambo

441
Q

Hawajambo

A

How are they? / Are they fine? …. AND ALSO: … They are fine (answer)

442
Q

How are they? / Are they fine? …. AND ALSO: … They are fine (answer)

A

Hawajambo

443
Q

Baba

A

Father

444
Q

Father

A

Baba

445
Q

Dada

A

Sister

446
Q

Sister

A

Dada

447
Q

Bibi

A

Grandmother

448
Q

Grandmother

A

Bibi

449
Q

Simba

A

Lion

450
Q

Lion

A

Simba

451
Q

Kahawa

A

Coffee

452
Q

Coffee

A

Kahawa

453
Q

Mwalimu - Walimu

A

Teacher(s)

454
Q

Teacher(s)

A

Mwalimu - Walimu

455
Q

Nyumba

A

House

456
Q

House

A

Nyumba

457
Q

Nyumbani

A

At home / to home … [NOTE: home usually means the entire compound - not only the house itself]

458
Q

At home / to home … [NOTE: home usually means the entire compound - not only the house itself]

A

Nyumbani

459
Q

Mama

A

Mother

460
Q

Mother

A

Mama

461
Q

Rafiki

A

Friend(s)

462
Q

Friend(s)

A

Rafiki

463
Q

Jirani

A

Neighbour

464
Q

Neighbour

A

Jirani

465
Q

Babu

A

Grandfather

466
Q

Grandfather

A

Babu

467
Q

Zako

A

Your (singular you but with plural item) with -ko possessive

468
Q

Your (singular you but with plural item) with -ko possessive

A

Zako

469
Q

Mchana

A

Afternoon

470
Q

Afternoon

A

Mchana

471
Q

Kozi

A

Course

472
Q

Course

A

Kozi

473
Q

Familia

A

Family

474
Q

Family

A

Familia

475
Q

Soko

A

Market

476
Q

Market

A

Soko

477
Q

Usiku

A

Night

478
Q

Night

A

Usiku

479
Q

Nzuri kidogo

A

Not too well … (only used if you are in a pretty bad state)

480
Q

Not too well … (only used if you are in a pretty bad state)

A

Nzuri kidogo

481
Q

Kwa nini

A

Why / For what (lit.)

482
Q

Why / For what (lit.)

A

Kwa nini

483
Q

Umeamkaje

A

How did you wake up (how are you this morning | just happened / state of being)

484
Q

How did you wake up (how are you this morning | just happened / state of being)

A

Umeamkaje

485
Q

Umelalaje

A

How did you sleep

486
Q

How did you sleep

A

Umelalaje

487
Q

Umeshindaje

A

How did you win (the day) / How was your day (day is just over)

488
Q

How did you win (the day) / How was your day (day is just over)

A

Umeshindaje

489
Q

(ku) -amka

A

Wake up

490
Q

Wake up

A

(ku) -amka

491
Q

(ku) -lala

A

(to) Sleep

492
Q

(to) Sleep

A

(ku) -lala

493
Q

(ku) -shinda

A

Win / Conquer

494
Q

Win / Conquer

A

(ku) -shinda

495
Q

‘Je’

A

Question marker

496
Q

Question marker

A

‘Je’

497
Q

Salama (in answer) … (note the difference between Salama and Nzuri ( good | adjective))

A

Well / Fine / Safe(ly) / Peaceful (adverb!) …

498
Q

Well / Fine / Safe(ly) / Peaceful (adverb!) …

A

Salama (in answer) … (note the difference between Salama and Nzuri ( good | adjective))

499
Q

Tarehe

A

Date

500
Q

Date

A

Tarehe