Rwodzi

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Rwodzi (Bast fibre) zvinoreva tambo inosvuurwa kubva pagwati rinokwaturwa kubva pamuti inoti munhondo, mupfuti kana musasa. Nokumwe kutaura rwodzi rwunonzi gavi. Rwodzi rwunoshandiswa mabasa akawanda anosanganisira: kusunga huni, kusunga mbariro pakupfirira matenda emba, kuvaka matanga emombe kana huku, kuruka tyava nenhava, nemamwe mabasa anoda kusunganidza zvinhu.


  • Kusvuura gavi zvinoreva kubvisa gavi kubva pagwati remuti. Gavi rinosvuurwa nokurinamura kubva pagwati ndokuchizo rikakata kubva pagavi racho.
  • Kuponora (to remove bark from a tree by beating) zvinoreva kubvisa gwati pamuti nenzira yekupurira pasi.
  • Chikumo (for stripping bark). Zvichida izwi iri rinotodzana nezita rokuti Chigumo?
  • Gwande (section of bark).
  • Gashu kana rukashu (rope made using four strands of bast fibre) itambo yakarukwa nemhande ina dzemakavi.
  • Bondeka kana mapondeka pakuwanda (Piece of branch or stem of tree cut with its bark on for purpose of extracting bark fibre). Vamwe vanoti nzeta.
  • Kubondeka (Soak bondeka as preparation for extracting fibre).
  • Makwaya (braod piece of bark used for mat).
  • munza (band attached to clothe).
  • Rundaza (band for head or waist). Zvichida ndipo panobva zita rokuti Mandaza?
  • Rundanyara (band of wire).
  • Rundanyara (band of beads for forehead) kana rusore.

Kurerutsa Mutauro[chinja | edit source]

  • Mbariro dzinosungwa nemajereveza amakavi: purlins are tied with strips of bark fibre.
  • Chitseketo (Instrument for stripping bark off trees).

Tsumo[chinja | edit source]

  • Nzara makavi inosvuurwa. Hunger is like fibre; it can be removed.
  • Kungwara kukosha ngoyi. To be wise is to prepare strings (for a woven bag).

Mitauro yeBantu[chinja | edit source]

  • VaTonga vanoti lozi kana luozi (n. bark string) kureva rwodzi.
  • Vatauri veKirundi vanoti umugozi (string, rope) kureva rwodzi.
  • Vatauri veKirundi ingoyi (chain, rope) kureva cheni kana tambo.
  • VaFwe vanoti rozi (rope) zvichireva tambo.
  • VaWabo vanoti nigula kana magula pakuwanda (n. tree bark) kureva gwande remuti.