Kuyambuka

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Kubira (fording or crossing) zvinoreva kuyambuka kubva kune rimwe divi kuenda mhiri kune rimwe.

Mamwe Mazwi[chinja | edit source]

  • Kuyambutsa kana kuambutsa (to take across a river).
  • Kunamata zvinoreva kuyambuka zvichitaurwa kuChiManyika.

Tsumo[chinja | edit source]

Mitauro yeBantu[chinja | edit source]

  • Swahili vanoti amba (be in contact, stick together, adhere). Mamwe mazwi: ambika (hold/stick together, cohere). Giryama neKabwa vanoti kuvuka (v. ford; cross) kureva kuyambuka.
  • Nyungwe vanoti -yambuka kureva kuyambuka rwizi. Giryama vanoti kuambuka (go by a gentle ascent) kukwira makata madiki. Zigula vanoti kuomboka (v. to cross over; to pass).
  • MaZulu vanoti ambuka (break contact, cross over, cross a river). VaTiriki vanoti khwambuka (to cross, to ford) kuyambuka. VaSango vanoti yamba (v. apart, separate).
  • MaZulu vanoti wela (v. Cross - river. mountain, boundary, path; 2. Go overseas). Mamwe mazwi: weleka; ap. welela; caus. welisa; contr. caus. weza; umwelela. Ukuwela umfula (to cross a river).
  • VaWanga vanoti okhubira (pass, go by, go through). Mamwe mazwi: eshiambukho kana olwambukho (n. the place or country on the other side of river).
  • Babungo vanoti tɔŋ (v.itr to cross, to send).