Gusii Words You Should Know Before Visiting Kisii

Gusii Words You Should Know Before Visiting Kisii

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  1. Bwakire buya – Good morning
  2. Bwairire buya – Good night
  3. Mbuya muno – Thank you
  4. Ng’aki ongederete – How are you?
  5. Buya – Good/very well
  6. Ng’aki – Hello (mostly used by youths)
  7. Tororane – Goodbye/See you later
  8. Tigara buya – Remain well
  9. Korancheko – Please
  10. Ng’acheri – Excuse me
  11. Ng’abere – Sorry
  12. Yaya – No
  13. Eeh – Yes
  14. Nigwachete – I love you
  15. Inki? – What?
  16. Arari? – Where?
  17. Ase ki? – Why?
  18. Naki? – How?
  19. Ase eng’encho – Because
  20. Naki okorokwa? – What is your name?
  21. Irenga? – How much
  22. Rigori irenga? – How much does it cost?
  23. Birenga bire? – How much are these?
  24. Tagete kogora – I want to buy
  25. Rigori rinene – Very expensive
  26. Inchu – Come
  27. Genda – Go
  28. Tara – Walk
  29. Minyoka – Run
  30. Ogokwania – Greet
  31. Tegerera – Listen
  32. Rigereria – Look
  33. Nkonye – Help
  34. Rika – Write
  35. Omonto – Person
  36. Abanto – People
  37. Omosacha – Man
  38. Omokungu – Woman
  39. Omomura – Boy
  40. Omoiseke – Girl
  41. Tata – Father
  42. Mama – Mother
  43. Momura ominto – Brother
  44. Moiseke ominto – Sister
  45. Bamwabo – Cousin
  46. Omwana – Child
  47. Omosani one – My friend
  48. Rero – Today
  49. Igoro – Yesterday
  50. Mambi – Tomorrow
  51. Ewiki ege – This week
  52. Ewiki ya erete – Last week
  53. Ewiki egocha – Next week
  54. Omotu – Head
  55. Omonu – Mouth
  56. Enkoro – Heart
  57. Enda – Stomach
  58. Erisu – Eye
  59. Omogongo – Back
  60. Okogoro – Leg
  61. Endagera – Food
  62. Obokimo – Ugali (a stiff meal made of corn flour)
  63. Chinyeni – Vegetable
  64. Enyama – Meat
  65. Omogati – Bread
  66. Echae – Tea
  67. Amache – Water
  68. Amabere – Milk
  69. Obori/Wimbi – Finger millet
  70. Ebituma – Maize
  71. Amarabwani – Sweet Potatoes
  72. Omonyo – Salt
  73. Omochere – Rice
  74. Esukari – Sugar
  75. Ritoke – Banana
  76. Egesukari – Sweet banana
  77. Engoko – Hen
  78. Etwoni – Cock
  79. Engombe – Cow
  80. Esese – Dog
  81. Ekebusi – Cat
  82. Enyoni – Bird
  83. Ekebee – Left
  84. Okorio – Right
  85. Esimi – Phone
  86. Chibesa – Money
  87. Obwansu – Sweet
  88. Emesa – Table
  89. Ekerogo – Chair
  90. Edirisa – Window
  91. Enyasi – Wall
  92. Ekerama – Roof
  93. Egetabu – Book
  94. Ekaramu – Pen
  95. Egetanda – Bed
  96. Ebikoroto – Shoes
  97. Erongi –Trousers
  98. Esuti – Shirt
  99. Esigati – Skirt
  100. Omurangu – Door


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