Lufwanyama Maize Farm – KitweOnLine
Here is a collection of verbs commonly used in everyday speech:
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Can any of you help me with the Bemba word for Wood and/or Tree?
Tree = Muti
Trees = Miti
Firewood = Nkuni
Tree stump = Cishiki
ROAST IS NOT SALULA. IT’S KANGA OR OCHA.
I think this is an example of words that can mean different things. Roasting peanuts, roasting meat over an open fire, frying chicken in cooking oil, burning grass, etc. will all be covered by these words.
Which ones would you use?
The word vomit can also mean amalushi
I would like to add on to the word agree. It may have the meaning of umfwaneni (as in contract).
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