|Meaning : A Window|
Use : Nani amevunja odiro? = Who has broken the window?
Period: Mid 70's
Related to: Mbanyu, Chunguch, Mngola, Daro, Mtaani, Keja, Chuo, Ball, Foota, Hanto,
Meaning clarification: Not to be confused with "Kudiro" which was used to call out/warn in the event of danger or being discovered by a look out whenever one was up to some mischief
Area of origin : Unknown
Etymology:Derived from the Swahili word DIRISHA which means a window. Of note is the "O" prefix characteristic of words coined in the early 1970's to 80's