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Word of the day zonthe.

ndogogio – Be drunk
Word use: Johnie ame ndogogio


Kufyeng – To eat
Word use: Naenda kufyeng = I am going to eat


Manwar – Rough tackle
Word use: Thigo aliendea Masiga manwar = Thigo (Allan Thigo of Gor Mahia) has played rough on Masiga (Joe Masiga of AFC Leopards)


Utothi – Stupidity, Foolishness
Word use: Mwas ana utothi mob = Mwangi is very stupid


Ngohen – Chicken
Word use: Leo lunch ni ngohen na mbese


Antelope – Beautiful girl/woman
Word use: ume yebi huyo antelope amepita hapa? = Have you seen that beautiful girl that has just passed here?


Bwagi – Baggy trousers
Word use: Abbas anapenda kudunga trao bwagi = Abbas loves wearing baggy trousers.


Malcom – Bad
Word use: Luther alibondwa na dinga na ameumia vi malcom = Luther has been hit by a car and he is badly injured


Ikonga – Test
Word use: Nita make sure nime pass ikonga = I will make sure i pass my exam.


Azaro – A shirt
Word use: Bazenga wa mi bado ana Azaro bana! = Imagine my dad still has an Azaro shirt!


Bonya – Eat
Word use: Tuna bonya mkadho na mala = We're eating bread and mala (a brand of fermented/condensed milk from KCC)


Bembe – Plead with/ Beg/ Prevail upon
Word use: Yani una think nita ku bembe ndio uni mosh? = You think I'll beg you so that you can give me?


Baro – Road
Word use: Hii baro ina guch piwa? = Where does this road lead to?


Otho – In football, a move commonly referred to as "Bicycle Kick" or "Scissors" or "Overhead kick"where a player hits the ball by having his back to his target and kicking the ball over his head.
Word use: Pele alikuwa mnoma kwa otho = Pele was great at bicycle kicks


Banjuka – Dance
Word use: He! na Njeri si anajua kubanjuka = What! Njeri knows how to dance


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