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adjectives adverb ahamu ahandi amagezi amaizi amakumi atano auxiliary baitu Bantu Bantu languages Batoro beat become calabash caus Conditional Mood conj copula ebisuba Ekibindi ekiro English enju enjura ensazi enyomyo Examples far-past grass habiri haihi hali hanu hati igana ikumi Imperative Mood Indicative Mood infinitive initial vowel interj intr Kabarole Kakuba kara kimu kinu kwonka Luganda Lunyoro mali modified stem Mood mpora muno native negative prefix neut noun nubwo Nuho nukwo nyowe obuire obwa okuba okubanza okubinga okucwa okugamba okugenda okugumya okuha okuikiriza okukira okunuga okuse'ra okusemeza okusisa okuta okutera okutunga okwanga okwe omu maiso omuhanda omukama omukono omuli omuntu omusaija omusango oneself ordinal pass person plantains plural prep prepi preposition prepositional verb present-perfect pronominal prefix pronouns relative phrases rubaju Ruhanga rundi Sing Subjunctive Mood substantive suffix tense prefix tree verbal phrase word
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Page 4 - Pronouns prefixed to Verbs. 5. Euphonic Alliteration. 6. Use of Prepositions instead of Postpositions. 7. Position of the Genitive after its governing Noun. 8. Position of the Subject before the Verb, and the Verb before the Object. 9. Insertion of an Object Pronoun after the Subject, and before the Verb Root.
Page 102 - NK., have fly disease (rwakipumpuru ) . punapu, adv., suddenly. puya, v. г., NK., have poor teats (cows). L or R Although both these signs are used in writing Lunyoro, they represent but one letter, with two pronunciations. The rule is to pronounce and write it r except between a and e ; a and i ; o and e ; o and i ; u and e ; u and i. In these cases the letter is pronounced 1. When r begins a word, it is often pronounced like d. raba, vi, pass along.
Page 92 - H This letter is a pure aspirate, and frequently corresponds to w in Luganda. After m (or n) it changes to p, the natural result of rapid speaking. ha, prep., on, upon, to, concerning, about, at, among, above. hа-, prefix, of place ; hanu harungi, this is a nice place. ha ? , adv., where ? ha, v. tr., give ; hayo, deliver up. haba, v.
Page 4 - ... Postpositions. 7. Position of the Genitive after its governing Noun. 8. Position of the Subject before the Verb, and the Verb before the Object. 9. Insertion of an Object Pronoun after the Subject, and before the Verb Root. 10. Termination of Syllables in Vowels only, which may be modified by a Nasal. 11. Frequent strengthening of the Initial by a Consonantal Prefix principally by a Nasal. 12. The use of Tones. Of these characteristics, probably today only Nos. 1, 5, 10 and 12 would be mentioned...
Page 50 - In connecting numbers below twenty together, the conjunction na is used; in connecting the rest, except when numbers between ten and twenty form part of another number, the preposition mu is used ; in the case excepted either na or mu may be used
Page 119 - ... carried. vororo, е-, п., NK., liquid mud. vumba, v. tr., NK., drink (beer) at a party. vunura, v. tr., NK., give medicine to cure one who is possessed by an evil spirit. vuruga, v. tr., NK., stir. vuyanga, v. tr., NK., stir up, mix up, muddle, put in disorder. W After vowels (excluding y) w in Luganda is generally represented by h in Lunyoro ; but there are exceptions, uwe, nuwe, etc. Before vowels either u or w may be written, for no definite rule has yet been formed. wadibu, п., beer four...
Page 88 - S ; but in the combination ei, which occurs frequently, it gives way to i, which becomes i. e prefixed to the stem of a transitive verb gives it a reflexive meaning. -e, pron. poss., his, hers. eba, v. tr., be forgotten ; kinyebere, I have forgotten it. ebaba, vi, be nearly ripe (small millet). ebabara, vi, beware.
Page 9 - ... consonants respectively, and become a vowel sound voiced through the nose, which partakes of the character of the following consonant.