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Kudonha

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Chinyorwa chino chiri kuunganidza mazwi ane chekuita nekudonha, kuwa, kupunzika, kuriga zvichingodaro. Mazwi aya anoreva to fall or to fell kuEnglish.

  • Kudonha (to fall). Adonha mumuti kunge Rutendo Mutero : he fell from the tree.
  • bhi-i (ideophone of Falling to the ground - heavy object; 2. of Slumping onto one's bed and falling asleep).
  • bhidhiri (ideophone of Falling heavily and rolling). Nzou yakapfurwa ndokuti bhidhiri: the elephant was shot and fell heavily.
  • Bvocho kana bvucha (ideo of Falling on grass water, or dry leaves - heavy object).
  • Kubhidhiridza (Cause to fall heavily and roll).
  • Kubhidhirika (Fall heavily and roll. 2. Roll over, 3. Wallow - vamwe voti kuganda).
  • bhu (ideophone of Falling with a thud - solid object).
  • bhucha (ideo of Falling with a splash (flat surfaced object, e g stone, pot, etc).
  • bhuva (ideo of Falling into water (heavy object). 2. of Making big splash).
  • bvuva kana kubvu (Falling into water (heavy person, animal, object).
  • biribidi (ideo of Falling heavily because tripped).
  • bwa (ideo of Falling and breaking).
  • Kubwazha (Come loose and fall).
  • bwindi kana bwira (ideo of Falling on face).
  • Kubwindika kana kubwira (Fall on face - person or animal).
  • chapwa (ideo of Splashing - by falling into or moving into water).
  • chatadzisa (Cause person to fall down).
  • Chishaku (Fall - more than one person; e.g. of two people colliding). Vakaita chishaku: they fell heavily.
  • Chori kana chubu (ideo of Falling into water and sinking. Dombo rakati chori mumvura: the stone sank in the water.
  • Kuchororodza (Make to fall in a thin stream). Kuchororoka (Fall in a thin stream).
  • Chote (ideo of Falling and making rustling sound). Kuchoteka (Plunge an object into thick dry grass).
  • dedu gapa kana tadagu ideo of Falling backwards). Apa zvoreva kudeduka kana kutadaguka (falling backwards; recoil, or withdraw).
  • Denhetsa (Set up an object so that it will fall e.g. falling-stone trap).
  • dhabhara (ideo of Falling prostrate, arms and legs loose).
  • Dhege (ideo of Falling and breaking). Akaputsa chirongo kuti dhege: he dropped the water-pot and shattered it.
  • Kudhegedza (Break (by letting object fall to the ground).
  • Dhegemu (ideo of Falling heavily on a hard surface and breaking).
  • dhera kana jada (ideo of Falling on back). Kudherudza.
  • Dhi (ideo of Falling down heavy object. 2. of Throwing one self down).
  • dhigu (ideo of Falling flatly e.g. falling stone trap).
  • dindiridza (Make to fall and roll). Kudindirika (fall and roll).
  • dya (ideo of Falling headlong). Akati dya nomutsipa: he fell headlong.

F[chinjirudza | chinjirudza mabviro]

  • fozo kana pfozo (ideo of Falling down from high up). Kufozora kupfozoka kana kufozoka (Fall from a height. Akafozoka mumuti akatyoka gumbo: he fell from high up in a tree and broke his leg.
  • Kufozora (Make to fall from a height).
  • Kufumhata (Fall flat). Bape rakafumhata pasi: the sheet of metal fell Rat on the ground.

G[chinjirudza | chinjirudza mabviro]

  • ga (ideo of Falling head-first) Akati ga namanhede: he fell backwards and hit the ground with the back of his head. Akati ga nemhanza: he fell forwards and hit the ground with his forehead.
  • gada (ideo of Falling backwards).
  • Kugojotedza (Cause to fall with a rattling sound e.g. several planks).
  • Kugojoteka (Fall with rattling sound e.g. several planks).
  • gojoto (ideo of Falling and making rattling sound. 2. of Falling through weakness). Akati gojoto mapadza pasi: he threw the hoes on the ground all together.
  • gwadara kana guda (ideo of Falling to knees weakly).
  • gwachara kana gwajata (ideo of Falling and making rattling sound e.g. loose bundle of firewood; 2. Z of Falling through weakness). Kugwacharika.

K[chinjirudza | chinjirudza mabviro]

  • kochomo (Making person, fruit fall from a tree).
  • Kukochomoka (Fall from a tree person, animal, fruit).
  • Kukochomora (Make person or fruit fall from a tree).
  • kodzvo (ideophone of Falling and ending up in an inaccessible place).
  • koromo (ideo of Falling down from a height. 2. of Falling off. 3. of Sliding down (short object). Nhasi mvura ichati koromo: it will rain heavily today (because clouds have gathered).
  • kowowoka (Stand of something that is inclined, or expected, to fall). Riva rangu richakowowoka: my falling-stone trap is still standing.
  • kozhomo (ideo of Falling - many things together). Kukozhomodza (Cause to fall (many things together). Kozhomodza mazhanje netsvimbo: knock down a lot of wild loquats with your stick.
  • kozomo (ideo of Falling down from a tree). Kozomoka (Fall down from a tree). Kozomora (Make to fall down from a tree).
  • kunjanda (ideo of Falling over (object that cannot support itself). cp njaya
  • kunjaya (ideo of Falling backwards with legs in air. cp tanyangu.
  • kunya kana mbunya (ideo of Tripping and falling). Nguruve dzakati hari dzose kunya: the pigs knocked all the pots over
  • Kukurumuka (Fall off, drop off (fruit, leaves, plaster). Mazanhi emiti anokurumuka muna Nyamavhuvhu: leaves fall from the trees in August.
  • Kukuumura (Make to fall many dry things).
  • Kukwambandidza (Make to fall inertly). Kukwambandika (Fall loosely, inertly). Imbwa yakwambandika: the dog has fainted.
  • kwatara (ideo of Falling to the ground (e g seed from tree; 2. of Falling and bouncing slightly (hard, non-metallic object).
  • Kumanika (Prevent object from falling (as tree branch does). Kumanira kana kunangama (Hang because prevented from falling).

M[chinjirudza | chinjirudza mabviro]

  • Manyonde (Act of falling headlong).
  • mbunya (ideo of Falling over weak person or animal). 2. of Falling over unconscious. Kamwana kakati mbunya pasi: the little child fell over fast asleep.
  • mburukutu kana gwachata (ideo of Falling through weakness).
  • Mbwe-e (of Falling and scattering e.g. grains, 2. of Falling in a heap ). Collapse - ground or structure).
  • mbwida (ideo of Falling on one's face). Zvichida izwi iri rinotodzana nerinoti Chimbwido?
  • Kumbwida Fall on face (person or animal).
  • mbwindiri (ideo of Falling headlong (esp child, fat person or animal).
  • Kumbwindiridza (Cause to fall headlong (child, fat person or animal).
  • Kumbwindirika (Fall headlong (child fat person or animal).
  • Kumbwira (Fall on face (person or animal). cp -bwindika
  • mhoromoka (Fallen soil (riverbank); tumbled stone (hillside).
  • mhuri (ideo of Falling headlong. 2. of Falling from standing position).

Mitauro yeAfrika[chinjirudza | chinjirudza mabviro]

  • Yao inoti mbwe (scattering about) kureva mbwe.
  • Kutuk inoti don (v. to fall off, of leaves) kureva kudonha kwemashizha.