Lokwalo loa mahoko a SeCwana le Leeneles

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Lokwalo loa mahoko a SeCwana le Leeneles
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Brown, J. Tom (John Tom), 1860-1925, 1860-1925
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Tswana language -- Dictionaries -- English
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LOKWALO LOA MAHOKO A
SECWANA LE SEENELES.
LO RULAGANCWE KE
JOHN BROWN.
KAB EA BOBEDI.
Mahoko a Secwana a Hetolecwe mo
PUON EA SEENELES.
LO GATISICWE KE
BUTLER & TANNER, FROME AND LONDON.
1895.




A.
A. These. Matlh a, these
eyes. Sign of the possessive:
matlh a gagw, his eyes. Sign
of the imperative: a ba tie, let
them come. Sign of the inter-
rogative : a ba tsile ? have they
come ?
Aba. To give; to divide; jpass.
abiwa, and aywa.
Abaka. To divide, as with both
hands; to squander.
Abalana. To divide among each
other.
Abecwe. Ke abecwe, I am pre-
sented with. Ba abecwe nama
le madi, they are sharers of
flesh and blood.
Abe la. To divide for; to give
to; to present with ; to distri-
bute.
Ablwa. To be made a partaker
of.
Abilwe. Perf. pass, of aba.
Abiwa. Pass, of aba.
Abola. To make a large open-
ing ; to break open, as a house
or wound.
Abula. To flap the wings slowly,
as vultures about to alight; to
try to walk, as an infant.
Acwa. To help those who have
suffered loss; to make good
a loss; to give to a needy per-
son.
Adile. Perf. of ala.
Adilwe. Perf. pass, of ala. E
adilwe dimati, it is floored with
boards.
Adima. To lend; to borrow.
Adinwa. Pass, of adima.
Aga. To put one thing to lean
against another; to cause to
lean. 0 aegile lomati, he has
caused the plank to lean.
Aegilwe. Secwal se aegilwe,
the door is put to lean.
Aegolola. To remove a leaning
thing.
Aga. To build.
Agalana. To live together; to
be neighbours.
Agecwe. Built for.
Agla = Bela. Lehoko ya
kgosi le agla mosak, the
chiefs word inspires trust.
Aglla. To tarry with, or live
with for a time, as when visit-
ing ^ to edify.
Aglelana. To be friendly with
each other; to be at peace with
each other. Go agllana le
bna, to be on friendly terms
with them.
Agile. Perf. of aga. Ke agile
na, I live with him.
Agisa. To cause to build j to
make peace.
Agisantse. Perf. of agisanya.
Agisanya. Go agisanya batho,
to make people at peace with
each other. Go agisanya batho
le Modimo, to make men at
peace with God. Ga ba agisanye,
they are not at peace with each
other. Go agisanya le Modimo,
to be at peace with God.
Agiwa. Pass, of aga.
Agterelae. Tlhobol ea
agterelae, a breech-loading
rifle (hybrid).
Ahe. Maina ahe ? which names ?
AicwE=Aitse.
Aila. To walk slowly, picking
up ones feet with difficulty.


Aitse. Of course; truly; surely;
you know.
Aka. To lie; to tell lies.
Akabadiwa.. Pass, of akabala.
Go akabadiwa ke tsela, to be
in doubt as to the road.
Akabala. To be perplexed; to
be bewildered; to halt between
two opinions.
Arabatsa. To cause to be in
doubt; to bewilder.
Akahala. To commit adultery.
Used either of a man or wo-
man.
Akametsa. To approach and
spread out, as an attacking
force; to put grass on a roof
temporarily; to put sticks,etc.,
as a temporary fence.
Akants. Perf. of akanya.
Akanya. To reason; to debate
in ones mind; to think over;
to ponder.
Akanyetsa. To reason for; to
consider, or think for.
Akanyo. A reasoning; a won-
dering or cogitation.
Akeditse. Perf. o/aketsa.
Akla. To lie to, or about; to
listen attentively to; to obey.
Aketsa. To lie to; to lie
against; to speak falsely about.
Akga. To swing anything from
side to side.
Akgaakga. To bother, or weary,
as by leading about hither and
thither.
Akgaakgana. To bother, as by
many speaking at once; to pass
speedily from one work to
another.
Akgaakgga. To be unstable;
to be changeable in purpose;
to be in doubt, as concerning
a path. Go akgaakgga mo
edun, to be distracted, to be
othered.
Akgana. To vary, or differ in
telling a story; to disagree in
making a report.
Akganwa. To pass from one to
another, as a thing much lent.
Akgatcwa. To be too long
tongued.
Akgga. ^ To be swung from
side to side; to sway. Akgpra
mo, to hang from. Se akgegile
mo seatlen sa gagw, it is hang-
ing from his hand.
Akgola. To dandle, as an in-
fant ; to toss up and down ; to
remove the dikgoba with hand
when winnowing.
A ko. A ko u tl, please come.
Akoha. To hasten; to make
haste; to come quickly. O tla
akoha a tsamaea, he will soon
go.
Akohisa. Cans, of akoha.
Akola. To become fat (of ani-
mals) ; to be fat (of meat).
Akotse. Perf. of akola. Di
akots, they are fat.
Akotsha. Metse a tla akotsha a
bela, the water will soon boil.
Akotsha! come quickly! A di
akotsh, let them come quickly.
Akwa. Pass, of aka.
Ala. To spread a skin, etc., out
on the ground.
Alaha. To doctor.
Alahiwa. Pass, of alaha.
Alahwa. Pass, of alaha.
Ale. Maru ale, those clouds
yonder.
Alla. To put a framework of
sticks under meat in a pot.
Aletsa. To make a bundle of
sticks, etc., ready for tying up;
to scold, or talk against a num-
ber of people without distin-
guishing one from another.
Aloga. To be finished, as a
work, ceremony, etc.; to come
out of a heathen ceremony at
its close. Go aloga botsetse,
to cease (of the lochial dis-
charge). Nwana o alogile, the
child8 navel is healed.
Alola. To take up that which
was spread out ;=Llka.
Alosa. To give a boy or girl
new clothes on coming out of a
heathen ceremony.


Ama. To touch.
Amaoana. To touch each other.
Amaganya. To put things so
that they touch each other.
Amana. To touch each other.
AmaDa na, touch him.
Amanye. Per/. 0/amana.
Amarure. V erily; truly ; of a
truth. Lehoko le amarure, the
word is true.
Amile. Per/, of ama.
Amoga. To take; to take with-
out leave, or contrary to wish.
Amogana. To give and receive
mutually ; to receive mutual
benefit.
Amogla. To receive or take a
thing offered. Mo amogl,
receive him.
Amola. To deprive of food by
taking the largest share; to
help, or rescue a person in
difficulties. O mo amots mo
go eo monwe, he has rescued
him from the other one.
Amologa. To become divided,
as friends.
Amologana. To separate by
mutual consent.
Ampo=Kgampo.
Amule. Perf. of anya.
Amusa. Caus. of anya; to suckle.
Ana. An inteijection denoting
surprise; why upon my word !
An ama. To spread, as a trees
roots; to spread out, as a land.
Go anama le lehatshe yeotlhe,
to spread abroad into all the
world. Metse a anametse kwa
kgakala, the water is spread
out far and wide.
Anamisa. To cause to spread.
Anants. Perf. of ananya.
An anya. To exchange.
Anapa=Apatla, and Apaapa.
Anega. To spread anything out,
so as to dry or air.
Anoga. To break up and dis-
appear, as clouds or darkness.
Anya. To suck, as an infant.
Anyaloga. To throw off a cloak,
etc.
Anyile. Perf. of anya.
Anyiwa. Pass, of anya.
An yoga. To strip ; to throw off
clothing.
Anyolola. To cut straight
poles.
Anwa. Pass, of anya.
Ao. An expression of sorrow,
or reproach. Ao ntlha! oh
that! if only! #
Aosi. Madi aosi, blood only.
Aotlhe. Madi aotlhe, all the
blood.
Apaapa. To grope, or feel in
the dark for a thing whose
whereabouts is known.
Apaea. To cook; to bathe, or
foment, with hot water. Perf.
apeile.
Apara. To dress; to put on
upper garments ; to dress one-
self. Perf. apere. Ba sa apare,
they do not clothe themselves.
Aparwa. Pass, of apara.
Apatla. To grope, or feel ones
way, as a blind man; to walk
with a foolish gait, as a
drunken man; to travel by a
road not known; to feel ones
way when speaking about an
unfamiliar subject.
Apla. To cook for.
Apga. To become cooked.
Apere. Perf. of apara.
Apesa. Caus. of apara. To
clothe. A di mo .apesa, he
clothed him with them.
Apesiwa.* Pass, of apesa.
Apoga. To be undressed.
Apola. To undress; to take off
upper garments. Go apola
matlh, to open the eyes.
Apolwa. Pass, of apola.
Apots. Perf. 0/apola.
Ara. To cut open a swelling or
sore.
Araba. To answer. Pass.
araywa.
Aramla. To warm oneself ;
to smoke with medicine. Go
di aramla musi, to smoke
them with burning medicine.


Go aramla letsatsi, to lie, or
bask in the sun. Se o ka ara-
mlan ka shna, that which he
can warm himself with.
Araywa. Pass, of araba.
Arla. To cut deeply into a
sore, so as to let out the
matter; to open an abscess at
the lower part, or on one side;
to dig into an animals hole at
a distance from the entrance,
and in the direction in which
the hole points.
Aroganya. To cleave asunder ;
to divide lengthwise.
Arola. To make a large open-
ing in a sore; to make a large,
gaping wound.
A sets a. To hold out a hand
expecting to receive something
one does not get.
AsHETSA=Asetsa.
Ata. To breed (of animals); to
increase (of people).
Atamalana. To approach each
other.
Atamediwa, Pass, o/atametsa.
Atamla. To approach.
Atametsa. To cause to ap-
proach.
Atla. To increase for; to
breed for.
Atla. To kiss.
Atlaatla. To kiss much ; to
fondle.
Atlabala. To extend; to spread
out.
Atlahala. To work*carelessly
or clumsily; to bungle; to err
in doing work, either from
carelessness, or incapacity.
Atlanga. To be too much, or
too numerous, as a large heap
of gathered locusts, a super-
abundance of food, or an im-
mense drove of game.
Atlangla. To be too much
for. Diy di mo atlanegetse,
the food is too much for him.
Atl APA=Apatla.
Atlarla. To receive with
open arms j to receive with
palms of the hands spread
out.
Atlatlla. To provide medi-
cine or food for a sick person.
Atlga. To spread things out;
to spread the hands wide open.
Atlla. To visit unexpectedly;
to come to, or meet unexpect-
edly.
Atllwa. To be visited unex-
pectedly ; to be met unex-
pectedly.
Atlhama. To be wide; to be
wide open, of a mouth, etc. ;
to be open-mouthed, as with
astonishment.
Atlhame. Perf. of atlhama.
Mamphorwana a atlhame me-
lomo, the chickens have their
mouths wide open.
Atlhamla. To open wide for;
to open wide into.
Atlhamisa. To cause to be
wide open; to make broad or
wide.
Atlhamologa. To become wide
open.
Atlhamolosa. To cause to be-
come wide open.
Atlhocw. 0 atlhocw, he is
acquitted.
Atlhoga. To become settled
satisfactorily; to be decided to
the satisfaction of one inter-
ested.
Atlhola. To decide a disputed
question ; to arbitrate ; to
judge. Ba mo atlhola gore a
shw, they condemned him to
death.
Atlholla. To decide for; to
decide in a manner favourable
to. Ba mo atlholla go shwa,
they condemned him to death.
Atlhots. Perf. of atlhola. Ba
mo atlhots, they have ac-
quitted him.
Atsanya. Go atsanya magan,
to speak at cross purposes.
Aywa. Pass, of aba.


B.
Ba. Again. Perf. bile. Particle
of nouns beginning with ba.
Pers. pron. they.
Baa. Baa ronwa, they are sent.
Baa pelo=baea pelo.
Baaberwi. PI. of moaberwi.
Baakahadi. PI. of moakahadi.
Baakancwe. Perf. jpass. of
baakanya, prepared.
Baakants. Perf. of baakanya.
Baakanya. To prepare; to make
ready ; to set in order. Pass.
baakanwa.
Baakanyedicwe. Prepared for.
Baakanyetsa. To prepare for;
to make ready for.
Baaki. PI. of moaki.
Baanya=Baakanya.
Baanyetsa=Baakanyetsa.
B A an wa=Baakanwa.
Baapostoloi. PI. of moapo-
stoloi.
Baba. PI. of mmaba. To itch,
or be irritable; to irritate, or
cause to itch, as vermin; to
prick, as very fine thorns; to
smart, as an eye.
Babadi. PI. of mmadi.
BABALLA=Tlamla, and gt-
lla.
Ba banc we. Perf. pass, of ba-
banya.
Babants. Perf. o/babanya.
Babanya. To crack, as fire a
pot in the kiln.
Babanyga. To be cracked (of
earthen vessels, worked wood,
etc.); to deny vehemently.
Babapatsi. PI. of mmapatsi.
Babea. To walk softly, on
account of sore feet; to walk
stealthily.
Babedi. Two. Batho babedi,
two people.
Babla. To ornament wooden
spoons, etc., by burning marks
on them.
Babelahadi. PI. o/mmelahadi.
Babelegi. PI. of mmelegi.
Babelegisi. PI. of mmelegisi.
Babereki. PI. of mmereki.
Babobodi. PI. o/mmobodi.
Babodi. PL of mmodi.
Baboduhadi. PI. o/mmoduhadi.
Baboga. To become scorched,
or singed.
Babola. To scorch, or singe.
Babolaea. PI. of mmolaea.
Babolai. PI. of mmolai.
Baboledi. PI. of mmoledi.
Babtlana. PI. of mmtlana.
Babtlanyana. PI. of mm-
tlanyana.
Babuisi. PI. o/mmuisi.
Bacuolodi. PI. of mocuolodi.
Bacwaiwa. PI. of mocwaiwa.
Bacwana. PI. of mocwana.
Badihi. PI. o/modihi.
Badile. Perf. of bala.
Badilwe. Perf. pass, of bala;
counted; read.
Badima. To appear (of a new
moon); to shine, as lightning.
Badimo. Evil spirits.
Badisa. PI. of modisa.
Baea. To place; to set down.
Perf. beile. Baea pelo, wait;
have patience.
Baelegisi. PI. of moelegisi.
Baen. PLo/moen.
Baeti. PI. of moeti.
Baetsi. PI. of moetsi.
Ba ga. Bana ba ga man P
whose children are they ?
Bagaladi. PI. of mogaladi.
Bagani. PI. of mogani.
Bagodi. PI. of mogodi.
Bagodun. PI. of mogodun.
Baggabanyana. PL of mo*
ggabanyana.
Baggaie. PI. of moggaie.
Bagogi. PI. o/mogogi.
Baggwadi. Pl. o/moggwadi,
Bagokahadi. PL of mogo-
kahadi.
Bagolo. PL o/mogolo.
Bagolwane. PI. of mogolwanej
Bagma. Pl. of mogma.
Bagomotsi. PL of mogomotsi.
Bagwe. Pl. of mogwe.
Bahe. Batho bahe ? which
people ?


Bahula. PI. of mohula.
Bahumanegi. PI. of mohu-
manegi.
Baikepi. PI. of moikepi.
Baikgogomosi. PL of moikgo-
gomosi.
Baiki. Wood-boring beetles,
Int.
Baila. To beat with the open
hand ; to walk with turned-out
toes.
Baipoledi. PI. o/moipoledi.
Baiyi. PI. of moiyi.
Baka. To praise; to praise in
song; to extol; to applaud;
to cease entirely from doing.
Bakaulenwe. PI. of mokau-
lenwe.
Bakga. To become praised;
to be blessed.
Bakla. To cease entirely from
doing.
Baketse. Perf. of bakla. 0
baketse boleo, he has ceased
entirely from sin.
Bakgethisi. PI. of mokgethisi.
Bakgobi. PI. o/mokgobi.
Bakgori. PI. o/mokgori.
Bakgotu. PI. of mokgotu.
Bakhonkhobe. PI. of mokhon-
khobe.
Bakwa. Pass, of baka.
Bala. To count; to read ; to kill,
or be the first to wound an
animal, and hence have a claim
to it.
Balabala. To babble; to chat-
ter ; to prate; to talk without
ceasing.
Balala. PI. o/molala.
Balalediwa. PI. of molale-
diwa.
Balatodi. PI. of molatodi.
Bale. Batho bale, those people
yonder.
Balecwe. Perf. pass, of balla.
Ke balecwe ke mathe, I have
a choking sensation in my
throat.
BALEGA=Hatoga, and Sia.
Balekane. PI. of molekane.
Balela. To bind round the
edges of a thatched roof, or
the top of a lolwapa hedge ;
to read for; to count for; to
cause a choking sensation in
the throat.
Baleohi. PI. of moleohi.
Balkpi. PI. o/molepi.
BALkxi. PI. of moleti.
Baloga. To be in heat, used of
a bitch, or any animal having
paws.
Balomatsb. PI. of molo-
matsb.
Balotlhanyi. PI. of molo-
tlhanyi.
Baltsana. PI. of moltsana.
Balwetse. PI. of molwetse.
Bamban yga=Babanyga.
Ban a. PLo/nwana.
Banana. PI. of monana.
Bane. Batho ban, four people.
Bankana. PI. o/monkana.
Bankane. PI. of monkane.
Banna. PI. of monna.
Banona. PI. of monona.
Bantsi. Many. Used with
nouns in ba.
Bantsinyana. Not a few.
Ban yana. PI. of nwanyana.
Banyatsi. PI. of monyatsi.
Banye. Few, small. Used with
nouns in ba.
Ban. Neighbours. Ban ka
bdna, their neighbours.
Banonoregi. PI. of mononoregi.
Banwe. Some. Used with
nouns in ba. Banwe ka na,
his, or her companions.
Banwenyana. A few.
BA=Bau.
Baobamedi. PI. oj moobamedi.
Babamedi=Baobamedi.
Bamani. Pi. of momani.
Baopa. PI. of moopa.
Baopedt. PI. of moopedi.
Bapa. To be side by side; to
be near each other, side by
side, without touching.
Bapagami. Pi. of mopagami.
Bapala. To gather together by
trading; to acquire by trade ;
to collect.


Bapalla. To acquire for; to
collect for.
Bapateletsi. PL of mopateletsi.
Bapatsa. Cans, of bapala; to
sell.
BAPELO=Baea pelo.
Bapetisa. To baptize (hybrid).
Bapetse. Perf. of bapala.
Baphoumedi. Pl.of mophoumedi.
Bapisa. Caus.of bapa, to place
side by side; to compare; to
put on the same level; to make
equal.
Bapola. To stretch out, and
peg down, as an ox-hide for
braying; to crucify.
Bararo. Three. Used with
nouns in ba.
Barataro. Six. Used with
nouns in ba.
Baratwa. PI. of moratwa.
Baratwi. PL of moratwi.
Barobi. PI. o/morobi.
Barka. PI. of morka.
Barra. PL of rra.
Baruti. Pl. of moruti.
Barutwa. PL of morutwa.
Barutwana. PL of morutwana.
Barutwi. PL of morutwi.
Bauwa. PI. of morwa.
Bar wadi. Pl. o/morwadi.
Barwetsana. Pl. of morwei-
tsana.
Bas. A root used in tanning
(hybrid).
Basa. To tan; to colour in
tanning (hybrid).
Basadi. Pl. of mosadi.
Basalagae. Pl.of mosalagae.
Basebi. Pl. of mosebi.
Baseti. Pl. of moseti.
Bas etsa]$a. Pl. o/mosetsana.
Bashotli. Pl.of moshotli.
Bashupa. Seven. With nouns
in ba.
Bashupi. PL of moshupi.
Bashushu. Pl. of moshushu.
Bashwagadi. PL of moshwa-
gadi.
Bashwi. Pl.of moshwi.
Basimegi. PL o/mosimegi.
BasisiMasisi, int.
Basotho. PL of mosotho.
Bata. To slap with the hand;
to smite. Go bata leitlh, to
shut an eye.
Batalala. To lie down so as to
hide.
Batanya. To throw flat on the
ground.
Batanyetsga. To fall, or be
thrown flat on the ground.
Bataolga. To be dry, or
parched, as a mouth.
Batega. To plaster a wall by
throwing lumps of clay on.
Bate la. To creep to by stealth,
for an evil purpose; to desire
to have criminal intercourse
with.
Batho. PL o/motho.
Bathonyana. A few psople.
Bathun. Mo bathun, among the
people.
Batimedi. Pl. of motimedi.
Batla. To seek ; to be about to
do, but not actually to do.
Batladiki. PL of motladiki.
Batlakwa. Pl. of motlakwa.
Batlhale. PL of motlhale.
Batlhanka. PL of motlhanka.
Batlhano. Five. Used with
nouns in ba.
Batlhatlei. Pl. of motlhatlei.
Batlhodi. Pl. of motlhodi.
Batlhomedi. PZ.o/motlhomedi.
Batlwa. Pass, of batla.
Batola. To sharpen a spear,
etc., by beating it out. Go
batola serope, to slap the thigh.
Batsadi. Pl. of motsadi.
Batsantsabetsi. Pl.ofmotsan-
tsabetsi.
Batstsnki. Pl. of mots-
tsnki.
Batshedi. Pl. of motshedi.
Baucwa. PL o/moucwa.
Bau. Those. Used with nouns
in ba.
Bautlwi. PL of moutlwi.
Bawetsi. Pl. of mowetsi.
Be. E be e le go boea, it being
to return. Ke be ke tie, I come
again.


Bea. To hedge; to enclose by a
hedge; to make a hedge. Pass.
beiwa.
Bebentsha. Cans, of bebenya.
Bebenya. To tremble, as the
lips of an angry, or amused
person ; to flicker, or shine, as
distant lightning.
Becwana. Pl. of mocwana.
Bedile. Perf. of bela.
Bedisa. Caus. o/bela.
Beditse. Perf. o/betsa.
Bediwa. Pass, o/betsa.
Bela. To hedge for.
Bla. To place for; to allot.
Bla pele, to place before, to
place in front of. Bla diatla,
to stretch out the hands, as
when about to lay hold of a
fugitive. Bla thk, to put
by for, to put on one side for.
Beelecwe. Betrothed. Bee-
lecwe ke, betrothed to.
Blla. To betroth; to be-
speak a thing; to give a pledge
for; to make, or place a mark
as a sign for guidance; to place
a thing under a burden, as a
cushion, or a skin on a pack-
ox* s back.
Bega. To find a thing not be-
longing to oneself; to find, or
pick up accidentally; to find a
wild animal that had been
wounded and escaped.
Beha. To fall (of a counte-
nance) ; to look sorrowful, or
disappointed; to deteriorate
morally; to become evil. Tih
e e behilen, tih e e mashw.
Behga. To become changed,
as a countenance.
Behla. To look at, as if
offended or grieved.
Bhoga. To seem about to
vomit, as a dog.
Beile. Perf. o/baea.
Beisa. Caus. of baea.
Beiwa. Pass, of bea.
Beka. To cut meat into thin
slices for curing; to take a wife
to her new home.
Bka. To affront; to offend; to
treat with indignity, or con-
tempt ; to presume. Mosese o
bekile mosadi, the dress does
not become the woman, being
too good for one in her station.
Lehoko lea mmka, the word
hurts his feelings.
Bekara. To copulate. Used of
male sheep and goats.
Bekarwa. To copulate. Used of
female sheep and goats.
Bekga. To become cut into
thin slices.
Bkga. To become affronted,
or offended; to be stabbed by
a word; to be heart-sore. A
ua bkga ? are you affronted P
are your feelings hurt ?
Bkwa. Pass, of bka.
Bela. To boil; to become
leavened; to dance with a per-
son ; to lift a person up in
pride, and cause him to become
boastful.
Bla. See Bla.
Belala. To doubt; to be in
doubt about; to be uncertain
in ones mind.
BLALA=Belala, Int.
Belaesga=Belaetsga.
Belaetsa. Caus. of belala.
Belahal a. To boast; to become
boastful; to behave proudly.
Belebetlga. To bellow much,
as a cow when leaving her calf;
to cry much, as a cross child.
Belega. To be impudent; to
talk impudently.
Blga. To bear a burden ; to
carry ; to bring forthused of
a woman.
Belege. Perf. of blga.
Belegisa. Caus. o/blga.
Belegolola. To unburden.
Go belegolola kgomo, to free a
pack-ox from its burden.
Blgwa. Pass, of blga.
Belesa. To cause to carry; to
load up a pack-ox.
Belethana. To gather together
in a great crowd.


Beletsa. To beat for.
Belwa. To be exalted, or lifted
up. Used in a bad sense.
Beno. Batho beno=batho ba
gago; batho ba Iona.
Ben. PI. of mon, a master. Ben
ba rona, our masters.
Beocw. Perf. pass, of beola.
Beola. To shave ; to shear; to
shave off a part of the hair.
Bpa. To cease from anger; to
cool down, as an angry man.
Bra. To prate ; to talk inces-
santly.
Brka. To work (hybrid).
Besa. To roast; to broil; to bake.
Besicwe. Perf. pass, of besa.
Besiwa. Pass, of besa.
Beta. To choke; to strangle;
to grasp by the throat. Go
beta dikuch, to seize by the
throat.
Btabta. To speak in a low,
murmuring tone.
Betga. O betegile momeco,
His throat is closed up.
Betlla. To hold down ; to
overcome for an evil purpose;
to master; to press down, as
in fighting.
Betlwa. Go betlwa ke pelo,
to be bitter against.
Betla. To work with an adze;
to work in wood; to do the
work of a carpenter.
Betlella. To make a wry
face, as if about to cry.
Betoga. To cry without cause;
to be dissatisfied; to be dis-
pleased without cause.
Betologa. To rise above the
skin, as proud flesh ; to swell
and protrude, as a childs navel.
Betsa. To beat when standing;
to punish.
Betsga. To gush out; to burst
out; to come out of place; to
rush out.
Betsi. PI. of Nwetsi.
Betwa. Pass, of Beta. Go be-
twa ke pelo, to be sad; to be
peevish ; to be angry.
Bwa. Pass, of Baea.
Bi bin. A kind of eagle or vul-
ture.
Bicwa. Pass, of Bipa.
Bidikama. To roll oneself about
on the ground, or in bed; to
wallow.
Bidilala. To be in the wrong
place, as something fallen from
a wagon.
Bidilga. To put things where
they ought not to be ; to strew
about out of place. Di bidile-
gilwe ke na, they have been
strewn about by him.
Bidiletse. Perf. of bidilala.
Biditse. Perf. o/bitsa.
Bidiwa. Pass, o/bitsa.
BiHA=manya.
Bilatsa. To eat up all the food;
to drink up all the drink.
Bile. Perf. of ba. Again ; also.
Ba bile ba robetse, they are
asleep again. A bile a tshedile,
he was alive again. A bile a na
le ditsala, he had some friends
also.
Biletsa. To call to.
Biloga. To shoot up, as water;
to bubble up ; to rise to the
surface, as a fish, etc.
Bilola. To cause to shoot up,
or rise up, as water, etc.
Bina. To dance ; to worship
by dancing; to venerate a
fetish; to sing a dance tune.
Perf. binne.
Binne. Perf. of bina.
Bipa. To cover; to hide by
covering; to spread over; to
veil. Pass, bicwa and bipiwa.
Bipilwe. Covered.
Bipiwe. Pass, of bipa.
Bipolola. To uncover; to re-
move a covering; to unveil.
Bisa. Go bisa go bna, not to
see; without seeing.
Bitia. To patch. Pass, bitiwa.
Bitila. To cover over; to put
a patch on; to kill on the sly;
to assassinate.
Bitiwa. Pass, of bitia.
B


Bitla. To rub with the finger,
as a sore eye, or a kaross when
killing vermin *
B itsa. To call; to cry out. Perf.
biditse.
Bits any a. To call each other.
Bo. The varying uses of bo are
so numerous that it is imprac-
ticable to explain them all. A
few examples only are selected.
Ba bo ba na na, they were
with him. Ka go bo=ka gonne.
Bomonnaw, pl. of monnaw.
Bogb yo bo yewan, the bread
that is eaten. Ea bo e le mo
tlun, it was in the house. A bo
a mo thusa, he was helping
him. Bo ke na=ha e le na.
Bo ra manman, so and sos
family.
BoA=Boea.
Boabola. To return again and
again ; to apply often; to dun.
Boag. A dwelling place; a
habitation ; a building place.
Boaka. Fornication; lascivious-
ness; debauchery. Go diha
boaka, to commit adultery.
Boamarure. Truth; true. Ka
boamarure, truly.
Boatla. Unskilfulness; clumsi-
ness ; carelessness; failure or
error in work. Pl. diwatla.
Boatlham, Width; breadth.
Boba. To hide by stooping; to
hide behind something.
Bba. To eat fast; to gulp
down food.
Bobe. Excess ; very much; too
much. Danger, In£.=Mashw.
Bobedi. The second. Used
with nouns in ba.
Bobla. To pit, as a swelling
when pressed; to become in-
dented, or pressed in.
Bob. A place for putting
things.
Bobeto. Cross, or fretful;
crossness in a child.
Bobetsa. Caus. of bobla. To
cause to pit; to indent, or press
in with a finger.
Bobi. A spiders web. Pl.
mabi.
Bobidibidt. Impenetrable; the
place where the babidibidi
live.
Bobididi. An expanse of land,
or water; very large or exten-
sive, as a large swelling, a large
army, or a wide-spreading plot
of land.
Bobin=Mash wen. In danger,
Int.
B o b IP . Future darkness;
hades.
Bobodu. Laziness; lazy.
B0B0A=B0bea.
Bobka. Wool; hair of an
animal.
Boboi. Fearful; blunt.
Bobk. Brains.
B0B0KWE=B0cwllpele, Int.
Bobola. To be ill; to be sick.
Bobolol. A letting out time
for cattle.
Bobollarure. Truth, Int.
Bbra. To murmur, or talk in
a low voice; to growl, as a dog.
Boborana. To fear; to be
drawn up, or shrugged up, as
the arms and shoulders of a
very cold or frightened person.
Bobtlana. Few; small. Ka
bobtlana, in a small measure.
Bobudubudu. Blueness; blue.
0 apere bobudubudu, he is clad
in blue.
Bobolokl. A place for stor-
ing ; a storehouse ; a garner.
Bocarara. Anger; sour (of
fruit, etc.); sourness.
Bochosabanne. Pl. of chosa-
banne.
Bochogwi. Pl. of chogwi.
Bochwakga=Bobodu.
Bochwar. Bondage.
Boc. Place of exit.
Bocohe. Old age.
Bocoducokwane. Orange-col-
oured ointment used to smear
womens faces, pl. of coduco-
kwane.
Bocwall. A place for shut-


ting up cattle, etc.; a hold, or
fastness.
Bocwana. Pertaining to a mo-
cwana.
B0CWELECWELE=Leherehere.
Bocwellpele. Perseverance;
advance.
BocwERERE=Bocwiriri.
Bocwiriri. Neatness, or nicety
in work; art.
Bodiba. A pool in a river bed;
an open space of water sur-
rounded by reeds, etc.
Bodih. A working; a doing.
Bodihkwane. Pl. of dih-
kwane.
Bodiki. Deliberate; slow in
speech or action; deliberation.
Bodikologb. Slow. Used of a
person.
Bodikolog. A place to go
round by; a circuit.
Bodila. Bluntness of teeth from
eating something sour; very
sour. Used of thick milk. Pl.
madila.
Bodile. Perf. of bla. A small
short-horned rhinoceros.
Bodimo. Phekl ea bodimo,
the opposite side of a cow to
that used in milking.
Bodipa. Headstrongness; de-
fiance ; stubborn pride; im-
pudence ; crossness of a child.
Bodisa. Caus. of bla.
Bodisetlhane. PJ.o/disetlhane.
Bodishashe. Pl. of dishashe.
Bodishwane. Pl. of dish-
wane.
Boditse. Perf. of botsa. Hair
of the tail of a horse, giraffe,
etc.
Bodiwa. Pass. 0/botsa.
Boduhala. To become lazy; to
be lazy.
Boduhatsa. Caus. 0/boduhala.
Bodull. A vessel for knead-
ing in.
Bodul. A sitting place j room
for sitting.
Boduma. To become shrivelled,
as a dry com stalk. Bodama
yoa dikgokon, a troop of wilde-
beests.
B o dupa A bad scent, or flavour;
a stink. Sea bodupa, it smells
badly.
Bodutu. Loneliness; ennui.
O yewa ke bodutu, he is
lonely.
Boduyo. A place for kneading.
Boea. To return; to return
from; to shrink, as cloth.
Boeaboea. To return again
and again.
Boebu. Blue.
Bo EDiEDi=Bobidibidi.
Bola. To return to. Go bola
kwa motsin, to return to the
town. Go bola kwa morag,
to return back ; to turn back.
Boeleele. Folly; foolishness.
Boella. To return quickly, as
from a good distance in one
day.
Bom. Standing place ; stand-
ing room. Mo boemon yoa
gago, in your stead, in your
behalf.
Boga. To bear; to suffer; to
endure. Rea boga, we endure,
etc. To put a thing in water,
so that the water may not spill
when carried.
Bogacu. A tingling sensation
in a cramped limb ; numbness.
Bogadi. A dowry ; cattle given
to a wifes parents.
Bogagapa. Contentiousness,
Int.
Bogaish. Excellency; excellent.
Bogalaka. Bitterness; bitter.
Ka bogalaka, bitterly. Merg
e e bogalaka, bitter herbs.
Bogale. Anger; sharpness;
sharp. Mo bogalin, in anger.
Bogam. The place of milking.
Phekl ea bogam, the place
on a cows side where the
milker puts his head when
milking.
Boganka. Bravery; fierceness
in battle.
Bogare. The midst; the mid-


die. E tla kgaoganwa kabo-
gare, it will be cut asunder in
the middle.
Bogareganaga. The wilderness;
in the veldt.
BOGATLAPA=Boboi.
Bogat. A treading place.
Bogauchwane. Nearness. Ka
bogauchwane, close.
Bogauhe. Nearness.
BogelegUle. Nearly ripe, used
of fruit riper than bogoto.
Bogisa. Caus. of boga. To
cause to bear; to oppress ; to
persecute.
Bogisedicwe. To have been
persecuted for.
Bogisetsa. To oppress for; to
persecute for.
Bogisitse. Perf. 0/bogisa.
Bogba. A tsamaea bogba. He
went away and slept in the
veldt.
Bogbe. Porridge; bread.
Bogodimo. Height.
Bogodu. Theft.
Bogg. Crust on the side, or
bottom of a porridge pot. PI.
magg.
Bogoko. Dregs of fat after
melting out.
Bogola. To bark, as a dog.
Perf. bogots.
Bogl. Deformity; maimed
state; a blemish.
Bogolo. Great; greatness ;
age. Bogolo go, greater than.
Mo bogolon, in greatness.
Bogologocwanyana. A good
time ago.
Bogologolo. Long ago; of old.
Le bogologolo, not a bit of it;
never! nay! verily !
Bogolwane=Bogolo.
BoGMA=Bodipa.
Bogonoko. An animal maimed
through the loss of a member;
lacking a tail; headless.
Bogopa. A bur, or seed of grass
which sticks to clothes.
Bogrg. An arrival; time of
arrival.
Bogsana. Chieftainship.
Bogosi. A kingdom; a govern-
ment.
Bogots. Perf, of bogola.
Bogoto. Unripeness (of fruit,
etc.); unripe fruit in the first
stage of ripening.
Bogwadi. Perverseness; obsti-
nacy.
Bogwagadi. The town from
which a man has married a
wife.
Bogwayagwe. The house of a
mans father-in-law.
Bogwanta. Impudence j defi-
ance.
Bogwba. Speckled. PI. of
. kgwba.
Bogwra. The circumcision
ceremony. Go isa bogwra,
to order the circumcision cere-
mony to take place.
Bha. To bind; to tie round.
Bohahalele. Extravagance;
wastefulness; prodigality.
Boheco. The last; a finishing;
a completion.
Bohechwana. A little speed.
Boheho. Light, not heavy;
swift. Ka boheho, easily. O
la a le boheho go bua, he was
swift to speak.
Bohlhl. Activity, Int.
Bohlla. To give medicine
to a barren woman.
Bhlla mo. To bind in.
Bohll. An end.
Bohelepa. Deceit; cunning.
Bohl. The last. Kwa bohe-
lon, at the last.
Bohph=Botlhodi.
Boherehere. Deceit; cun-
ning.
Bohibidu. Redness; scarlet;
purple.
Bohihadu. Black; blackness.
Bohitlhanyana. Obscurity.
Ka bohitlhanyana, obscurely.
Bohiye. A womans sister-in-
law ; the wife of a womans
brother, Int.
Bohohu. Blindness.


Boholog. A place for descend-
ing ; a descent.
Boholola. To unbind; to untie.
Bohube. Pl. of hube.
BoHUBiDU=Bohibidu.
Bohudish. A grazing place.
Bohuku. A side chamber ; a
transept (hybrid).
Bohula. Greed; stinginess. O
bohula, 'he is greedy, he is
stingy.
Bohul. Pasturage.
Bohutsana. Sorrow; sadness.
Bhwa. Pass, of bha.
BoHWiBiDU=Bohibidu.
Boi=Boboi.
Boichk. Self-restraint.
Boichubl. A hiding-place; a
refuge.
Boichwarlan. Mutual for-
giveness.
Boichwarl. Forgiveness.
Boicokeco. A place to go round
by.
Boiha. To fear.
Boihana. To fear each other.
Boihisa. To cause to fear.
Boikall. A purpose ; a de-
termination ; an intention; a
resolve.
Boikanyo. Confidence; trust.
Boikanyolog. Mistrust; dis-
trust ; a cessation in trust.
Boikan. Trust; faithfulness;
faithful.
Boikeol. A going aside.
Boikp. Wickedness ; ungod-
liness ; a separation of oneself,
with an evil purpose, or mo-
tive.
Boiketlo. Peace; ease.
Boikancho. Self-esteem; pride;
vaunting.
Boikgap. Self-restraint.
Boikgodish. Self-exaltation;
pride.
Boikgogomosh. Self-exalta-
tion; pride.
Boikhuc. Rest.
Boikitsish. Self-knowledge.
Boikokobeco. Meekness; hu-
mility; lowliness; lowly.
Boikutlw. A feeling; a sen-
sation ; a sense of feeling.
Boikwatlha. Repentance;
penitence.
Boile. Perf. of boea and boa.
Boima. Weight; weighty ;
heaviness; heavy.
Boinlhac. Humility.
Bointl. Humility.
Boipatll. Self-seeking.
Boipat. An excuse.
Boipelahac. Self-glorifica-
tion ; glorying.
Boiphapaany. Self-restraint;
forbearance.
Boiphtlh. Covetousness ;
coveting; envying.
Boipipolol. Nakedness.
Boipobol. A confessing; a
confession.
BoiPOLL=Boipobol.
Boitaleco. Presumption, Int.
Boitek. Self-trial; probation;
experience.
Bqitekanl. Perfection; per-
fect.
Boithalg. First menstruation.
JJoithamak. Vanity. Motho
oa boithamak=a vain man.
Boithat. Self-love.
Boithib. Self-control; self-
restraint.
Boithoml. Ntlo ea boitho-
ml, a privy.
Boithwal. A conception; a
conceiving.
Boitibol. Firstborn. Nwana
oa boitibol, a firstborn, child.
Boitimokanyo. Hypoerisy; dis-
sembling.
Boitir. A self-made work.
Boitlhaganl. Haste.
Boitlhmamish. Certainty.
Boitlhom. An intention; a
thought. From itlhoma.
Boitlhm. A set purpose; a
determination; a fixed resolve.
From itlhma.
Boitlotl. Self-esteem.
Boitob. Nown from itba.
Boitk. A complaining; a
complaint.


Boitseme. Unwillingness.
Boitsemeleco. Unwillingness.
Ka boitsemeleco, reluctantly;
by shirking.
Boitsenkl. A choosing; a
choice.
Bo its ha. To cause to fear.
Boitshga. Dreadful; terrible ;
fearful.
Boitshekish. Purifying ; pu-
rity.
Boitumll. Thanksgiving.
Boituml. Gladness; joy.
Boiyane. A young locust just
out of the ground. Generic
term for all young locusts
while still unable to fly.
Boka. A black, sticky substance
obtained from the root of a
plant with flat, broad leaves;
the bulb which yields a cement
for stopping holes; pitch; to
fan another. Go boka dintsi,
to fan flies off with a flapper.
BKA=Baka, to praise.
Bokabakayewe. Pl. o/kabaka*
yewe.
Bokae. How many; number.
Bokakeae. Anywhere; a sup*
posed place.
Bokaka. Naughtiness; stub-
bomness; obstinacy.
Bokalala. To be heavy, or
closing, as eyes through sleepi*
ness.
Bokaletse. Perf. 0/bokalala.
Bokalo. So much ; a quantity.
Bokana. To crowd together.
Bokanla. To crowd upon ; to
assail in crowds; to swarm
about, as flies.
Bokapukapu. Watery, as food;
in a state of fluctuation, as a
ripe abscess.
Bokau. Youth; the state of
youth.
Bokaulenwe. The brother-
hood.
Bokepish. A furnace.
Bokete. Heaviness; heavy;
weight.
Bokgakala. Farness; distance.
Bokgakga. The soot or ashes
inside a pipe.
Bokgarebe. Pl. o/lekgarebe.
Bokgayane. Pl. o/kgayane.
B0KG0LA=Lekatla.
BoKGLA=Lonla.
Bokgolokwe. Roundness.
Bokgma. Thickly aet, as trees,
pimples, etc.
Bokgnwana. A number of
young oxen.
Bokgope. Pl. of kgope.
Bokgp. Crookedness; law-
lessness.
Bokgwabo. Tame; tamenes3 ;
docile ; harmless.
BoKGWARA=Bothata.
BoKGWP=Bokgwabo, Int.
Bokhohe. Pl. of khohe.
Bokhuchwane = Bokhutshane.
Bokhutl. An end. Pl. di-
khutl.
Bokhutshane. Shortness.
Bokima. Thickness; stoutness.
B0K0A=B0ka.
Boka. Weakness; weak.
Boklsla. To scream, as a
dying animal. Go boklla
moshwan, to scream, as oxen
over the contents of a dead
animal's stomach.
Bokolobe. Pl. of kolob.
Bokpan. Union; communion;
fellowship.
Bokuduba. Young white ants.
n Sing.&ndpl.
Bokudunko. A plant with ser-
rated leaves, and edible root.
Sing, and pl.
Bokwn. The fat on an ani-
mals breast ; the brisket of an
ox.
Bokweni. The Bakwena coun-
try ; the north, to dwellers in
the south.
Bokwen. Denseness; thick-
ness.
Bola. To tell news; a small
bone used in divining; a dice.
Pl. mala.
Bla. To become putrid; to
become rotten ; to decay. Yo


bo sa bolen, that which does
not decay.
Bolaana. To kill each other.
Boladu. The ripe matter from
an abscess; pus.
Bolaea. To kill.
Bolaecwe. Per/. Pass. of bo-
laela.
Bolalwa. Pass. of bolala.
Go bolalwa gna, to be killed
there. Go bolalwa rure, to be
really killed.
Bolala. The desert side of the
country; the north-west.
Bolalome. Fierce and cunning.
Bola. A sleeping place; a
kind of powder made of the
ta bush; infaut powder.
Bolatsi. A kind of plant re-
sembling tobacco. Sing. and
pi.
Bolawa. Pass, of bolaea.
Bolea. Loose, as carded wool;
soft, as a wet flannel; lax, as
a mild ruler.
BoLEBANA=Lebagana.
Bolb. Motse oa bolb, such
and such a town.
Bolblb. Such and such
a place ; a certaiu place, the
name not being mentioned.
Kgosi ea bolbleb, a certain
chief.
Bolecwe. Perf. Pass, o/bolla.
Bolecwa. A vegetable parasite
with red flowers, and contain-
ing a juice which is used as
birdlime. Also=Bolta.
Bole kane. Fellowship.
Bolekeleco. A bottom, Int.
Not known in the south.
Boleketla. A shaking, as of a
disjointed thing.
Bole la. To relate; to tell; to
preach.
Bolelecwe. Perf. pa^s. of bo-
llla.
Bollla. To tell to.
Bolllana. To talk to each
other in ordinary conversation.
Bolele. Length; long.
Boll. Water moss.
Bolem. A ploughed field ;
garden ground.
Boleo.^ Evil; sin; error. Mo
boleun, in sin.
Bolepolepo. Stiff in consis-
tency, as tar when poured out.
Bolta. Smooth, as finely
ground meal; soft, as cloth ;
slimy.
Boletse. Perf. of bolla.
Boleun. Mo boleun, in sin, in
error.
Bolo. When preceded by the
negative particles sa, se, or ga,
bolo expresses Long ago. Ga
ke bolo go tla, I came long
ago. E se bolo nna gna, it was
there long ago. Ba ka bo ba sa
bolo go ikwatlhaea, they would
long ago have repented.
Boloditse. Perf. of bolotsa.
Bologwere. PI. of logwere.
Bolot. Witchcraft.
Boloka. To save; to keep; to
spare. The tip of a tail.
Bolokana. To save each other.
Bolokga. To become saved.
Bolk. The wet dung of
cattle.
Bolola. To set out on a jour-
ney.
Bolotsa. Caus. of bolola.
Boltsana. Roguery. U bo-
ltsana, you are a scamp.
Bolots. Perf. 0/bolola.
Boltwe. Ingenious ; clever;
able. Proud or finnicking in
gait or manner.
Bolwetse. A disease; a wast-
ing sickness; a lingering ill-
ness ; a running at the nose.
Bolwetse yoa mogote, climatic
fever.
Bomamathwane. PI. of ma-
mathwane.
Boman. PI. of man.
Bomanman. Such and such
people. Bomanman yoa mo-
tho, a mans personality.
Bomarigane. Calves born in
winter.
Bomashw. Abomination.


Bomma. Pl.of mma.
Bommanete. A reality.
Bomonnaw. Pl. of monnaw.
Bomorwa. Pl. o/morwa.
Bomorwadia. Pl. o/morwadia.
Bomosale. Pl. of mosale.
Bomo. Ka bomo, wilfully, on
purpose.
Bomponyeketlakakae. Pl. of
kemponyeketlakakae.
Bomumu. Dumb; dumbness.
Bna. To see ; to find; to get;
to have. Perf. bonye; pass.
bnwa; pers. pron.f they.
Bonak. Quick ; quickness.
Ka bonak, quickly.
Bnala. To appear; to be visi-
ble.
Bnalasga. To become ex-
posed.
Bonana. Young; tender.
Used with nouns in bo.
Bnan. Behold ye!
Bnatsa. To make visible; to
show; to cause to be visible.
Bnatsga. To become visible;
to become manifested.
Bnatsiwa. To be manifested.
Bonatla. Cleverness ; power;
notable; mighty. Ditih tsa
bonatla, mighty works; mir-
acles.
Bonche. Pl.of nche.
Boncho. Black; blackness.
BNE=Bona. They.
Bone. The fourth.
Bnla. To find for; to get for.
Bonemeru. The time of being
in calf.
Bonesa. To cause to see; to
enlighten.
Bonetse. Perf. of bnala.
Bonkwai. Pl. of nkwai.
Bonn. A regular sitting, or
dwelling place; a halting place
of foot travellers.
Bonnnyane. A little place, or
room.
Bonokwane. A detachment
of men for war, spying, etc.
Ka bonokwane, by spying;
privily.
Bonl. Humility; meekness;
softness ; tenderness; gentle-
ness. Ka bonl yoa pelo,
meekness of heart. Ka bonl,
gently.
Bonomi. Bonomi yoa pelo, pity,
compassion.
Bonona. A mans private parts.
Bonn. Fatness.
Bonon. A depraved appetite
like that of a vulture.
Bononwane=Boltsana.
Bontlahac. A purifying.
Bontl. Beauty.
Bontlopane. Pl.of ntlopane.
Bontsha. To cause to see; to
show ; to make visible.
Bontsi. Many; a multitude.
Bontsintsi. Very many; multi-
tudes.
Bonya. To twinkle; to wink
an eye ; slow; slowness. Ka
bonya, slowly. Ga ba bonya,
they are not slow.
Bonyabonya. To bat the eyes.
Bonyana. Childhood; foolish-
ness. Eo o bonyana, he who
is foolish.
Bonyatsi. Fornication.
Bonye. Perf. of bna.
Bonyedi. Sticky, as gum.
Bonyenye. Littleness.
Bonyetsana. Kgomo e ganwa
bonyetsana, the cow is milked
after her calf is dead.
Bonywe. Perf. pass, o/bna.
Bonana=Boshushu, Int.
Bonla=Lonla.
Bonwale. Pl. o/nwale.
Bonwe. One. Used with nouns
in ba. Bonwehla, vanity.
Boo=Ba bo.
Bokana. Strongly built; thick-
necked, Int.
B00M0=B0m0.
Boopa. Barrenness; barren.
BooPE=Bupe.
Boo ra=Bo ra.
Bopa. To fashion; to form.
Bpa. To bellow, as a bull; to
threaten an absent or distant
person.


Bopagana. To come close to-
gether. Go bopagana moriri,
to have a sensation as if the
hair were being drawn together,
as in fear.
Bopogan ya. To gather together;
to bring into a small compass.
Bopalam. A place of ascent;
an ascent.
Bpalana. To threaten each
other.
Bopama. To be thin; to be poor
in flesh.
Bopame. Perf. of bopama.
Bopamla. Di tla bopamla mo
saken, they will become poor
in the krai I.
Bopamlwa. Ke tla bopamelwa
ke bana, I shall have hunger
in my family.
Bopapath. A plastered floor ;
a plastered wall; plaster.
Bopapetla. A level; flatness.
Bopga. To become formed.
Bpla. Go ba bpla, to
threaten them.
Bopla. To journey with a su-
perior.
Boplla. To follow in line;
to walk in single file; to walk
in line; to proceed in order.
Bopeletsa. To take the lead;
to lead the way.
Bopeloethata. Hardhearted-
ness; unkindness.
Bopelokgale. Boldness; fear-
lessness ; courage; bold; brave.
Bopelokima. Boldness;courage.
Bopelompe. Pride.
Bopelonl. Meekness; tender-
ness ; tenderheartedness.
Bopelonomi. Tenderhearted-
ness ; kindness; compassion.
Bopelothata. Unkindness.
Bopelotelele. Patience.
Bopelotlhomogi. Mercy; com-
passion ; tenderheartedness.
Bopelotshtlha. Envy; en-
viousness.
Bophage. PI. 0/phage.
Bophpa. The dawn of day;
purity; clearness ; cleanness.
Bophirimatsatsi. The west,
where the sun goes down.
Bophirimyoaletsatsi. The
west.
Bopiwa. Pass, of Bopa.
Bopologa. Beversive of bopa.
To unmake.
Bopta=Go pta.
Bo ra. Bo ra manman, so and
sos family.
Bora. A bow. PI. mara.
Borabora. To mumble; to
mutter, as a person ordered to
do a thing, and afraid to speak
out.
Boraga. Stiff clay ; mud.
Bor aka. Nca ea boraka, a pet
dog (hybrid).
Borakanl. A meeting place;
a market; a fair.
Borale. Iron ore; heavy;
difficult.
Boramaga. Red and white,
colours being indistinct and
mixed.
Borara. PI. of bara.
Boraro. The third.
BorataRo. The sixth.
Boreledi. Even; smooth;
smoothness; a smooth, slippery
place.
Borperpe. Shaky, as jelly,
etc.
Borr. The jelly of cold gravy;
the marrow of an emaciated
animals bones.
Borepurepu. Jellied, as cold
gravy.
Borethe. Slippery; sleek,
smooth.
Borth. The heel of an animal.
Sing, and pi.
Borethiti. An equal number.
Leshom ye le borethiti, ten.
Borts. Clay; mud.
Boki. Peaceable ; gentle; mild;
modest. Matlh a bori, weak-
sighted eyes. Used of a person
who fails to recognise one seen
before, also of one dazed by
the sun.
Boriniti. Kgomo ea boriniti, a


toothless ox, a hornless ox, an
ox with one or both ears quite
off.
Boro ba. Maidenhood; state of
being marriageable.
Borbal. Ntlo ea borbal, a
bedroom, a sleeping chamber.
Borobor. A murmur of voices.
Borobu. Black, peaty soil ;
peat.
Borog. A bridge (hybrid).
Borokgwe. Trousers (hybrid).
Bork. Sleep. Matlh a bo-
rk, eyes that fail to recognise
one seen before.
Boroku. Light-coloured gum,
hard or soft ; the sap of a tree,
Int.
Borle. Emaciation.
Bortl. Angry; angry-look-
ing.
Boruma. Tender; soft; tender
in disposition.
Borumolan. Cruelty.
Borumolan. Cruel; a brawler;
a vexing one.
BoRURE=Burure.
Boruruga. A swelling; a lump.
Borurusa. A swelling; a lump.
Borutw. Cowardly. O boru-
tw, he is a coward.
Borwe. The country of the
bushmen; the south.
Borwenya. Ka borwenya, in-
distinctly, either of seeing or
hearing.
Bosa. The dawn of day. Ka
bosa bo sele, when morning
was come.=Busa, to cause to
return.
Bosabolen. Incorruption, in-
corruptible.
Bosadi. A womans private
jparts.
Bosagatwen. That which has
no treading place.
Bosai. Many fleas; sometimes
used of one flea.
Bosaikatga. Nakedness;
naked.
Bosaikaegan. Nakedness;
naked.
Bosaitsiwen. That which is
not known; secret.
Bosakhutlen. Endless ; that
which has no limit.
Bosapekwa. State of purity,
or unadulteration; sincerity.
Bos as a. Nearly past. Used of
the night. Ka bosasa, at
dawn.
Bosea. Infancy.
Bosele. Just before sunrise.
Bosenabokhutl. Endless ;
without limit.
Bosenasep. Nothingness; no-
thing.
Bosepel. A walking; a walk.
Bosesane. Fineness.
Bostlha. Yellow.
Bosets a=Busetsa.
Boseya. The other side, as of a
river, etc.
Bosha. Lately; new.
Boshahac. A making new; a
renewing.
Boshakgala. Wrath.
Boshen=Bosha.
Bosheu. Whiteness; white.
Boshl. A drove of large,
unweaned calves.
Boshom. The tenth.
Boshula. Evil ; bad ; nasty.
Eo o boshula, he who is evil,
an evil one.
Boshupa. The seventh.
Boshup. The seventh.
Boshushu. Deaf ; deafness.
Monona oa boshushu, a deaf
man.
Boshwa. A wen ; a painless
tumour, or swelling; an inheri-
tance ; a possession.
Bsh wa=Bh wa.
Boshweco. A finishing; a com-
pletion.
Bos 1. Alone ; only. Used with
nouns in bo. Bna bosi, they
only.
Bosigo. Night; a night; in the
night; the night-time. Mo
bosigon, in the night.
Bosigogare. Midnight.
BOSILO. Foolish; wilful folly ;


foolishness. 0 bosilo, he is
foolish, he is naughty.
Bosisi. Well disposed ; harm-
less.
Botag. Drunkenness.
Botagwa. Drunkenness.
Botala. Greenness; green.
Bot. The contents of an ani-
mals bowels.
Botelele. Length.
Boten. Depth; mystery.
Botenyen. In the depth.
Bott. A small ball of foam
found in new grass, and sup-
posed to cause foot and mouth
disease in cattle; hoof and
mouth disease; cuckoo spit.
Botha. To repose after feeding,
as cattle.
Bothama. To be naked; to lack
the covering required by de-
cency.
Bothame. Perf. of bothama.
Bothata. Difficulty; hardness.
Bothibe=Bophag.
BoTHiBELL=Botlhaoll.
Bothith. Heat; hot; warmth j
warm.
Botho. Notable; a good one ;
humanity ; manliness. 0 na
le botho, he is a well-known
man, he is a good man. Ga a
na botho, he is not a good
man.
Bothologa. To start from
where one has gone; to leave
a sleepiog place, resting place,
or hidiog place.
Botholog. A descent.
Botholosa. Caus. of bothologa.
Bothonoga=Bothologa.
Bothuth=Bothith.
Botill. The place to which
one liees when avoiding some-
thing.
Botitamere. Pl. of titamere.
Botlal. Fulness; abundance.
Btlana. Small.
Botlha. Slightly sour ; acid, as
a quince.
Botlhabatsatsi. Where the
sun rises; the east.
Botlhabisaditlhon. Shame
shameful.
Botlhag. Watchfulness; wari-
ness ; wary.
Botlhale. Wisdom; wise. 0
botlhale, he is wise.
Botlhanka. Servitude; a state
of servitude.
Botlhano. The fifth.
Botlhaoll. A camp ; an en-
campment ; a place for dividing
cattle, etc.
Botliiatll. A place for
cattle; a stall.
Botlhatlog. A place of
ascent; an ascent.
Botlhatshe. The bottom of a
hill, to one standing on the top.
Botlhatshetlhatshe. The very
lowest point; deep under.
Botlhayana. A shelf, Int.
Botlhe. All. Used with nouns
in ba. Batho botlhe, all the
people.
Botlhodi. Witchcraft ; that
which has to do with cursing
and bewitching; an evil omen;
something ominous; something
very unusual, and regarded as
predicting evil, as an owl, or
springhare seen at midday, or
a mole in sight.
Botlhgethata. Stubborn-
ness ; obstinacy.
Botlhgl. Clumsiness; awk-
wardness.
Botlhka. Botlhka botlhanka,
freedom. Botlhka go itse,
ignorance. Botlhka kic, ig-
norance. Botlhka kutlw,
disobedience. Botlhkalounw,
unprofitableness. Botlhka
pelo, heartlessness. Botlhka
tih, lack of work, idleness.
Botlhkatlhmam, fickleness.
Botlhoko. Sickness ; pain ;
soreness; sore; sour. Ke bo-
tlhoko, I am sick, I am in pain,
1 am sore.
Botlhk. Need; want. Used
of a thing that is lacking, not
of a person wanting it.


BoTLHKWA=Botlhk.
Botlhlagadi. Widowhood.
Botl. A coming.
Botlwal. A custom ; a wont.
Botbtbe. Soft, as very ripe
fruit.
Botoka. O botoka, he is better;
he is getting better. Used of a
convalescent.
Botonna. Greatness; bulk.
Botsa. To ask; to ask about;
to enquire. Perf. boditse;
pass, bodiwa.
Botsala. Friends.
Botsalan. Friendship; favour.
Botsall. A birthright.
Botsal. Birth; descendants.
Botsal yo bosha, a new-born
thing.
Botsanya. To ask each other. .
Botsn. An entrance ; a place
of entrance; insanity.
Botsnwa. Madness.
Botsetse. State, or condition
of a woman at childbirth. Go
aloga botsetse, to cease (of the
lochial discharge). Go cwa mo
botsetsin, to leave the room
after childbirth.
Botshabl. A refuge; a plate
of refuge.
Botshe. Sweetness ; sweet ;
juice, as of a melon, etc.
Botshel. A ford ; life.
Botshelnyana. Dim. of
botshel.
Botsisa. To inquire into; to
search into. Ke tla ba botsisa,
I will ask, or enquire of them.
Botsisanya. To question each
other. A botsisanya le batho,
they mutually asked questions.
Botubi. A bewitching. See
Tuba.
Botute. Ripe (of pus). Boladu
bo botute, the pus is ripe.
Botute yoa kok, the soft dnng
of a fowl.
Boutlwlbotlhoko. Mercy.
Boweco. A completion; a
finishing.
BowL=Bohl.
Boyaba. Go ichwara boyaba,
to rest ones head or cheek on
the palm of a hand.
Boyale. The ceremony for girls
at the age of puberty. Go isa
boyale, to order the girls cere-
mony, as a chief.
Boyalwa. Native beer; beer ;
brandy; wine.
Boyan. Grass. Mo boyanyen,
in the grass.
Boyebu. Thipa e boyebu, the
knife is weak and flexible at the
edge.
BoYL ele=Segatsetse, Int.
Boyl. A place for eating.
Lomati loa boyl, a dining-
table.
Boyeseco. A fee^ing-place for
cattle.
Boyetla. An edge, as of an
axe; sharp-edged.
Boyosi. The state of being
alone; loneliness.
Boyotlhe. Entirety.
Bua. To speak. Emphasis on
first syllable. To flay, or skin
an animal. Word pronounced
quickly.
Buana. To speak to each other
secretly. Generally used of
evil-speaking, backbiting, etc.
Bubi. Dry dung in a large cake
dug out of a krall. Pi. mabi.
Bucwa. To ripen; to become
done, or cooked. Perf. bu-
dule.
Bucwe. Perf. of bula; opened.
Bucwla. To blow, as a fire.
Budilwe. Perf. pass, of bula;
opened.
Budubutsa. To persevere in
different works, and finish them
all; to continue eating various
supplies of food, and finish it
all.
Bududu. Blue.
Budula. To blow off with the
breath, as something light from
the palm of a hand; to blow
something away with the
mouth.


Budulala. To become abut.
Used of the eyes.
Budulatsa. To cause to shut.
Used of the eyes.
Budule. Perf. of bucwa.
Budulla. To blow off to, or
into.
Buduletse. Perf. of budulla;
perf. of budulala. Ba buduletse
matlh, their eyes are shut.
Buduloga. To swell out, as a
sack being filled; to become
inflated; to become opened, as
eyes. O la a buduloga matlh,
his eyes were opened.
Budulola. To open. Used of
the eyes. Go budulola matlh,
to open the eyes, actively.
Budulolwa. Pass, of budulola.
Budulosa. To cause to puff
out; to inflate.
Budulosga. To become in-
flated with wind; to become
puffed up.
Budulots. Perf. of budulola.
Budusa. To cause to ripen.
Used of an abscess, etc.
Budusetsa. To be getting ready
for opening, as an abscess.
Sometimes used of becoming
gray, as hair.
Budutsa. To seek the last ears
of com; to glean.
Buga. To become spoken ; to
become cut off, as joints of
meat from a dead animal.
Nama e buegile, the meat is
cut into joints.
Btila. To scold ; to reprove ;
to rebuke. Go bula godimo,
to speak loudly. Go bula
tlhatshe, to speak low.
Bulga. To become scoldable.
Bulla. To speak for; to ad-
vocate the cause of; to repre-
sent.
Buganya. To eject from the
mouth in a stream; to send
out, as a severe cut blood.
Buile. Perf. of bua.
Builwe. Perf. pass, of bua.
Nama e builwe, the flesh has
had the skin taken off. Letlal
le builwe, the skin has been
flayed off the flesh.
Buisa. To cause to speak; to
rebuke; to shout out at, or to.
Go buisa dikgomo, to shout to
oxen, so as to make them pull.
Buisanya. To cause each other
to speak. Go buisanya ka
molomo, to speak face to face.
Buiwa. Pass, of bua.
Buki. The powder of a dry
fungus used to smear womens
faces.
Bukunya. To give signs of life
by stirring ; to move, as a per-
son under a kaross.
Bukunyega=Bukunya.
Bula. To open. Perf. budile ;
pass, bulwa.
Buledisa. To accompany a part
of the way at starting.
Bulga. To become opened.
Bulegile. Perf. o/bulga.
Bulla. To open for.
Buna. To bite, or tear a bit off
a thing held in the mouth.
BuPA=Bipa, Int.
Bupe. Meal; flour. Part. yo.
Burure. The firstborn. Oa
burure, the firstborn. Mosi-
mane oa burure, the firstborn
boy.
Busa. To rule; to govern ; to
reign over ; to cause to return,
from boea.
Busabusanya. To strive to-
gether in talk; to dispute.
Busanya. To rule each other.
Busetsa. To cause to return to;
to bring back.
Busholola. To take vengeance
upon. Ke tla ga busholola, I
will take vengeance on you.
Busholosa. To avenge; to
rebut, or answer the words of
a previous speaker; to turn
back the skin when flaying an
animal.
Butlga. To crack, or become
broken, as a mans leg, a dissel-
boom, etc.


c.
CA.L. A collar-bone.
Campga. To die suddenly.
Can. E can ? What colour is
it ? what marks has it got ?
Used of an animal. What sex
is it P Used of a young animal.
Tau e can le tlou ? how are a
lions colours distinguished
from those of an elephant?
what is the difference in colour
between a lion and an ele-
phant ?
CLBLLA. A slope, Int
Cha. To dry up, as water.
Chaama. To spread out, or
overflow, as water in a full
river.
Chaame. Perf. of chaama.
Chabaganya. To cut down the
middle, with an axe.
Chabanya. To spit out, or eject
in a stream; to dart out, as the
waves of a filling river; to pour
out, as words.
Chabanyetsga. To gush out;
to become gushed out.
Chabany. Noun from chaban-
ya.
Chabu. The noise made by
something plunged into water.
Chachanyga. To hiss, or fizz,
as fat when burning.
Chaga. To spread anything
out.
Chahac. A making new; a
renewing.
Chaka. A battleaxe.
Chakgal. Angry contention;
indignation.
Chalan. Snow.
Chefe. Poison (hybrid).
Chga. To be purged. A very
vulgar word.
CHEG=Tsheg.
CHKA=Chaka.
Chla. To rub a skin with a
stone when beginning to bray
it.
Chelan. Snow.
Chele. Per/, of cha.
OHL=Chwl.
Chemoga. To break through,
or away, and escape.
Chemola. To make bald; to
shave off all the hair.
Chesa. Caus. of cha.
Cheshe. A kind of plant, having
edible flowers like marigolds.
Cheu. White. Pronounced
something like chweu.
Chilala. To be killed in large
numbers.
Chilatsa. To kill in large num-
bers.
Chiletse. Perf. 0/chilala.
Cho An exclamation of fear
and surprise. What a near go!
what a narrow escape!
Choana. White. Fern, of cheu.
Chobla. To stamp earth in
round a pole; to press in, as
grain into a bag, with a stick;
to press down, as bushes with
a prongd stick.
Choca. Hornless. Used of an
ox.
Chocana. Hornless. Used of a
cow.
Chchmla. To rash upon, as
in battle, or play; to fight hand
to hand.
Chocwe. Perf. pass, of chola, to
receive.
Chodile. Perf. of chola, to take
up food.
Chodisa. To help; to assist.
Caus. of chola, to receive.
Chodisanya. To help each
other. Chodisanya mekgwele,
to bear each others burdens.
Choga. To be startled, or sur-
prised.
Choganeco. Sudden. Ka cho-
ganco, suddenly.
Choganetsa. To come upon
suddenly.
Chogomoga. To be startled; to
start.
Chogwi. A night-hawk.
CHKA=Tlhoka.
Chokam. Crookedness; moral
crookedness; evil.


Chokolog. A turning round;
a twisting, as of a joint.
Chola. To receive. Perf. cho-
ts. To take food out of a pot,
or dish; Perf. chodile. Hard fat
for smearing skins; eye salve,
etc.
Chol. A moth.
Cholla. To receive for j to take
up food for.
Choletsa. To lift up; to take
up. Choletsa matlh, lift up
the eyes.
Chologa. To become spoilt; to
overflow.
Chologla. To rush out to ; to
rush, or run to, as a crowd.
Cholog. A spilling; an over-
flowing.
Cholohl. Hope.
Cholola. To spill; to shed, as
blood.
Chma. To try to talk a lan-
guage which ones hearers do
not know well; to talk a lan-
guage badly. Perf. chomile.
Chome. O chome. Used of a
person who allows a stray ani-
mal to go on wandering.
Chomi. A foreign language; a
language imperfectly spoken,
or known.
Chomile. Perf. of cbma.
Chomol. A drawing out.
CHONA=Rona. We; us.
Chnl. A groan; a moan.
Chonol. Noun from shonola.
Chpanyo. Noun from shpanya.
Chpha. To turn up spirally;
to twist upwards; to be twisted
as a skin trektow.
Chphaganya=Shpanya.
C hphanya=Shpanya.
Chphelecwe. Leska ye le
chphelecwen, a twisted ring.
Chphlla. To twist, or wind
round and round; to make
spiral.
Chph. Noun from chopha;
a spill of twisted paper.
Chopholola. To untwist; to
unwind.
Chosa. To startle; to terrify;
to astonish. A spear, Int.
Chosabanne. A kind of quail.
Pl. bochosabanne.
Ohosh. Terror.
Choshobagan. Noun from
shoshobagana.
Choshwane. An ant; common
red, or black ant; the generic
term for ant.
Chtlha. To chew sweet reed,
rushes, etc.
Chtl. Mockery; scorn.
Chots. Perf. of chola.
Chu! An exclamation denoting
great heat.
Chuba. To set fire to ; to burn
up ; to light a torch, or candle;
to blister, or gall, as a rope the
hand.
Chubecwe ke. Burnt up by.
Chubga. To become burnt up.
Chubla. Go chubla motho
ntlo, to set fire to a persons
house.
Chubile. Perf. 0/chuba.
Chubiwa. Pass. 0/chuba.
Chuchwa. A syphilitic sore, or
ulcer.
Chuge. The work of braying
skins when finished ; the time
for putting a brayed skin into
the bas.
Chug. The work of braying
skins while still going on.
Chukachuk. Strife.
Chukachukan. Strife.
Chukhu = C1iu.
Chuk. A horses penis.
Chukudu. A rhinoceros; the
generic term for rhinoceros.
Chula. Pelo e chula, an evil
heart.
Chulac. Noun from shulatsa.
Chulahall. Noun from shu-
lahalla.
Chum. A rushing sound, or
noise.
Chumpula. To strike with the
tail, as a gpane.
Chumpulaka. To strike much,
and severely, with a tail.


Chumu. White face, throat, or
belly. Used of an ox.
Chupa. A weevil. Mabl a
chupa, last years com. Mao to
a chupa, slow. Used of a
horse.
Chupll. Meat, or medicine,
given for doctoring purposes.
Chupl. An offering; a sacri-
fice.
Chup. Proof j evidence; testi-
mony.
Chuse. A small edible bulb ; a
wild crocus.
Chushu. Lean. Used of meat.
Chutihalla. To overshadow.
CHUYWA=Chubiwa.
Chwa Come here, and take!
Used in calling a dog to come
and take something.
Crwabi. Dried ditlhetlhwa
berries.
Chwab. Noun from shwaba.
Chwaea. To brand an animal;
to mark, as a sign of owner-
ship. Pass, chwaiwa.
Chwala. To brand for; to
brand for, and give to.
Chwaetsa. To infect, as one
with a contagious disease.
Chwaile. Perf. of chwaea.
Chwailwe. Branded.
Chwaiwa. Pass, of chwaea.
Chwakgahala=Boduhala.
Chwakgoga. To have a liking
or preference for. O chwa-
kgocwe ke nama=He has a
preference for meat.
Chwakgots. Se mo chwa-
kgots, it is his preference.
Chwana. To be alike. Go
chwana hla, it is just alike.
Fem. of ncho, black.
Chwanecwe. 0 chwanecwe ke,
he is worthy of.
Chwanla. To be fitting; to
be worthy.
Chwanl. Duty.
Chwanetse. Perf. o/chwanla.
Ke chwanetse, I ought; it
becometh me; I have need to
be.
Chwan. The image of a thing ;
a likeness.
Chwanologa. To become
altered; to become different.
Ga a chwanologe, he is un-
altered.
Chwanolog. A difference.
Chwanolola. To make differ-
ent.
Chwantsha. To compare; to
cause to be alike.
Chwantshiwa. Pass, of chwan-
tsha.
Chwapetsa. To draw water by
degrees from a weak spring.
Chwara. To take hold of; to
seize ; to take hold of in order
to protect, and hence to take
care of.
Chwarachwara. To handle.
Chwaragana. To be joined, as
by hooking.
Chwaragantse. Perf. of chwa-
raganya.
Chwaraganya. Go chwara-
ganya le, to be close upon.
Chwarga. To become seized.
Chwarla. To hold fast to, or
for.
CHWARLLA=Tshegeletsa.
Chwarisa. To cause to take
hold of. Go chwarisa tih, to
assist one in work. 0 tla ba
chwarisa tih, he will help
them in work; he will make
them work. Go ba chwarisa
bokete, to burden them.
C H w a R = Tlaml; mercy;
gracious.
Chwashwa. A sore on a kids
mouth.
Chweka. To lift up, and throw
down, in wrestling; to be too
much for.
Chwekanya. Go chwekanya
mahoko, to mix up matters in
talking.
Chwl. A destructive moth;
a hairy moth.
Chwene. A monkey; a baboon;
Particle o.
Chwents. Perf. of chwenya.


Chwenya. To tease; to trouble.
Pass, chwenwa.
Chwenyane. A small baboon.
Chwenyga. To become
troubled.
Chwenyg. Trouble.
Chwenyetsa. To trouble for.
Chwenyetsanya. To tease, or
trouble each other.
Chweny. A teasing; a troub-
ling.
Chwenwa. Pass, of chwenya.
Chwere. Perf. of chwara.
Chwerea. To be slow in taking
up a work; to leave a work
undone.
Chweretlha. To become soft,
as much-cooked food, or putrid
meat.
Chweretlhga. Nama e chwe-
retlhegile, the meat is very soft.
Chweretlhagana = Chwere-
tlhga.
C H WE RETLH ANA=Ch weretlha.
Chwerw e. Perf.pass, o/chwara.
CHWEU=Cheu.
Chwinyane. Fern, of chumu.
Chwisa. To pay part of a debt.
CiTLA=Cwitla.
Co=Tsa ga. Dikgomo co mail-
man, dikgomo tsa ga manraan ;
so and sos oxen. Mo go cna
co pedi, in both of them. Ditr
co pedi, two dreams. Dipheh
co nn, the four winds.
Cobotla. To sink in mud with
a noise; to tramp with a noise
in boggy ground.
Cocopa. The mud in muddy
water.
Codiocc. An intensified form
of cwcw.
Codicodi. Unintelligible; imi-
tation of a bird, Int.
Coducokwane. A stone used
for making an orange-coloured
smearing for womens faces.
Coga. To arise.
Cogla. To rise up against.
To arise early in the morning.
Ba le ba cogla hla gna, they
rose early to go there.
Cog. Arising; a resurrection.
Cohala. To become old.
Cohetse. Perf. of cohala. O
cohetse, he is old.
Cokeco. A comer; a turning
place; a turn ; a bend.
Coketsa. To put round, or
cause to go round a corner;
to hide a thing round a corner.
Cokodia. Circuitous.
Cokodiga. To make a circuit.
Cokologa=Retologa.
Cokotsa. To rinse out a vessel;
to shake from side to side, as
a vessel when washing it.
CoLA=Ribi. Revers. of cwala;
to take off a nether garment.
Coma. To hunt.
Come. Stingy.
Comla. To hunt for.
Comisa. ^To cause to hunt.
Cna. PI. pron. Used with
nouns in di. Ke cna, it is
they.
CNE=Cna.
Coo=Co.
Copa. To run with a swaying
movement, making a noise like
co, co.
Copodia=Cokodia.
CopoDiGA=Cokodiga.
Cosa. To cause to arise; to
arouse; to raise up; to stir up.
Coseletsa. To stir up against;
to raise up against.
Cosets a. To raise up for.
Cosholosa. To resuscitate; to
revive ; to renew a thing after
it has fallen through for a time.
Cosi. Only. Used with nouns
in di.
Cosiwa. Pass, of cosa.
Ctlha. See Chtlha.
Ctlhwa. Ea ctlhwa hla, it
is eatable, but not fat; it is
in fair condition.
Cotlhe. All. Used with nouns
in di.
Cua. To run round a bird while
making a whistling noise, with
a view to fascinate and kill
it.
s


Cuakanta. To scold much; to
scold by many words, and
silence by scolding.
Cuba. To grow thickly, as corn,
hair, etc. j dense; impene-
trable, as bushes without an
opening.
Cubua. To shake a tree; to
knock water about from side
to side.
CtjBUCWE. Plucked out; snatched
away.
Cubuga. To turn the head, and
move away; to turn from, or
reject. O la o mo cubugla,
he turned away from him ; he
rejected, or refused him.
Cubula. To pluck out of the
hand; to pluck off; to snatch;
to pounce upon and seize, as a
hawk.
Cubutla. To make a rushing
noise, as a strong wind, or a
dust storm.
Cubutlisa. Caus. of cubutla.
Cuga=Tlhoboga.
Cukunya. To shake vigorously
from side to side.
Cuolola. To rebel; to rebel
against.
Cuololla. To rebel against.
Cuolol. Rebellion.
Cupuetsa. To hinder a speaker
by talking fast; to extinguish
a fire by knocking it about; to
swish, the tale about, as a g-
pane.
Cushu. A cockroach.
Cuulala. To dart down, as a
hawk on its prey.
C wa. To come out; to leave, or
desert. Ba le ba mo cwa, they
deserted him; they gave up
his cause. Perf. dule; and
sometimes cwile.
Cwacwala. To hold care-
fully in the hands; to take
care of; to provide for.
Cwadile. Perf. of cwala, to
shut.
Cwadilwe. Perf. pass. of cwala.
Cwal. A portion given to
children by a father during his
lifetime.
Cwaicwai. The edible leaves of
a plant having the kgogo root.
Cwaisa. To flavour, as with
salt; to sweeten, as with
sugar, milk, etc.
Cwaketla. To make a thing
long; a long strip of any-
thing.
Cwala. To shut; to close. Perf.
cwadile. To put on, or fasten,
trousers, frock, etc. ; to cover
the nakedness. Perf. cwele.
Ga ba cwale, they are inde-
cently exposed.
Cwalga. To become closed.
Cwalolola. To open.
Cwalwa. Pass, of cwala.
Cwaralala. To hang down in
numbers, as skins from a roof ;
to come down thickly, as rain.
Cw Please! if you please!
Cwecwe. Perf pass, of cwala.
A go cwecwe ? is it shut ?
Cwcw. Please! if you please !
Cwecwena. To send up sap; to
ooze out, as oil or fat from a
vessel.
Cwla. To come out to; to go
out into. O la a cwla. kwa
Taun, he departed in order to
go to Taun.
Cwele. Perf. of cwala, to put
on a nether garment.
Cwlla. To go forth; to go
on ones way. Go cwlla
kwa lehatshin, to go forth into
the land.
Cwllapele. To advance ; to
go forward.
Cwelwe. Perf. of cwalwa.
Cwere. A kind of sparrow.
Cwesa. Caus. of cwala, to put
on a garment.
Cwetla. To spread out, or erect
the hair of the back, as a
springbuck when running.
Cwile. Sometimes found as the
perf of cwa.
Cwincwinyetsa. To speak in-
distinctly, as a little child.


Cwirinya. To make a whistling
noise.
Cwisa. Caus. of cwa.
Cwitla. To refuse to hear; to
refuse to accept; to refuse to
believe.
D.
DAEA=Ntaea.
DAANA=Ntaana.
DAANYA=Ntaanya.
Danka. Sore-footed, Int.
Di. Particle of nouns in di.
Dia. To detain; to delay; to
prevent from going. Perf.
diile.
Diadia. To delay a long time ;
to prevent from going for a
long time.
Diaka. Pl. of seaka.
Diakany. Pl. o/seakany.
Diak. Pl. of seak.
Dial. PL o/seal.
Diapar. Pl. of seapar.
Diane. Pl. of seane.
Diatla. Pl. of seatla.
Diapu. Pl. of seapu.
Dibabetsane. Pl. of sebabe-
tsane.
Dibaea. Pl. of sebaea.
Dibata. Pl. o/sebata. Khai e
dibata, a spotted cloth ; a
patched cloth.
Dibatana. Pl. of sebatana.
Dibatla. Pl. o/sebatla.
Dibe. Pl. of sebe.
Dibk. Pl. of lobk.
DiBLA=Boloka.
Dibetebete. Pl. of sebetebete.
Dibeto. Pl. of sebeto.
Dibi. Pl. of sebi.
Dibeletsa. To catch liquid in
a hand, or vessel.
Debetlela. Pl. of sebetlla.
Diboba. Pl.of seboba.
Dibobo. Invalided; often sick.
0 dibobo, he is an invalid. Ba
dibobo, they are invalids.
Dibodu. An intensified form of
sebodu.
Dibk. Pl. of sebk.
Dibokolodi. Pl. of sebokolodi.
Diboku. Pl. of seboku.
Dibola. To cut a hole for a
patch; to cut, or shave off a
patch of hair.
Dibola. Pl. of sebola.
Dibnesenawa. Pl. of sebne-
senawa.
Dibopiwa. Pl. of sebopiwa.
Dibop. Pl. o/lobop.
Dibotsare. Pl. of lobotsare.
Dical. Pl. of cal.
Dichaba. PL of chaba.
Dichl. Pl. of chl.
Dicheshe. Pl. of cheshe, and
seseshe.
Dichl. PL of chl.
Dichnl. PL of chnl.
Dichoshwane. Pl. of cho-
shwane.
Diciiuchwa. PL o/chuchwa.
Dichup. PL of chup, and, se-
shup.
Dichuse. Pl. of chuse.
Dichwab. Pl. o/chwab.
DiCHWAKG=Ditlhoka, Int.
Dichwala. PL o/chwala.
Dichwanch. PL of sechwa-
nch.
Dichwa. Pl.of lochwa.
Dichwashwa. Pl.ofchwashwa.
Dichwle. Pl. o/chwl.
Dic. Pl.of loc.
Dicbtla. Lehatshe ya dic-
btla, a bog; a very miry
place.
Dicurucuru. PL of securu-
curu.
Dicushu. Pl. of cushu.
Dicwacwa. Pl. o/secwacwa.
Dicwaketla. Pl. of secwaketla.
Dicwal. Pl.of secwal.
Dicwiriri. PL of secwiriri.
Didiba. PL of sediba.
Didihi. Pl. o/sedihi.
Didikadiki. PL o/sedikadiki.
Didikancwe. PL o/sedikancw.
Didikwadikwi=Didikadiki.
Didile. Perf. of dila.


Didimala. To become silent;
to be silent.
Didimetse. Perf. o/didimala.
Diduku. PL of sednku.
Didul. Pl. of sedul.
Diga. To delay.
Diegile. Perf. of dicga.
Dile. PL of sele.
Dieleele. Pl. of seeleele.
Diesela. Pl. o/esela.
Dietsela. The superior clothes
worn at heathen feasts, Int.
Diforaga. PL of foraga (hy-
Diga. To cast down. [brid).
Digaga. PL of segaga.
Digagabi. PL of segagabi.
Digaha. Pl. of segaha.
Digale. Pl. of segale.
Diganka. PL of seganka.
Digare. Matted, or knotted (of
wool, hair, etc.).
Digoba. Pl. of segoba.
Digb. Bow-legged. Sing.
and pl.
Diggrg. PL of seggrg.
Diggwa. Pl. o/seggwa.
Digoke. PL of segoke.
Digokgo. Pl. of segokgo.
Diglagla. Pl. of seglagla.
Digom. Pl. of segom.
Digp. Pl. of gp.
Digya. Pl. of segya.
Digwa. Pass, of diga.
Digwagwa. Pl. o/segwagwa.
Digwapa. Pl. of segwapa.
Digwape. Creeping things. Int.
Digwara. Badly done ; imper-
fectly done. Oa sega digwara,
he cuts badly.
Digw. Pl. o/segw.
Digweletlha. Pl. of segwele-
tlha.
Digwere. Pl. o/segwere.
Digwt. Pl. o/segwt.
Digwetlha. PL o/segwetlha.
Digwetsane. Pl. o/segwetsane.
Diha. To do ; to work; to act;
to make.
DiHAGALA=Dihahala.
Dihahala. To become done ;
to become accomplished; to
happen ; to take place.
Dihahalla. To happen to.
Dihahalele. Pl. of sehahalele';
Dihahatsa. Caus. of dihahala.
Dihaka. U tlhotse u dihaka
dil, you have just pleased
yourself with the things.
Dihak. PL of sehak.
Dihala. Pl. of sehala. To be-
come fulfilled; to come to
pass ; to happen ; to be done.
Dihalamatlhon. PL of seha-
lamatlhon.
Dihale. Pl.of sehale.
Dihana. Recip. of diha. Go
dihana le tlotl, to have
honour. Re tla dihana le
pic, we shall be at the pic.
Lo tla dihana le molato, you
will have fault. Tshimo ga ea
ka ea dihana le mmidi, the
garden did not have, or pro-
duce, any mealies.
Dihanye. Perf. of dihana. E
dihanye le losho, it has worked,
or resulted in death.
Dihap. Pl.of sehapd.
Dihare. PL of sehare.
Dihata. Pl.of sehata.
Dihatsa. Caus. of dihala; to
cause to come to pass; to ful-
fil.
Dihawa. Pl. of sehawa.
Dihe ? Which ? Used with
nouns in di.
Dihga. To become done, or
acted, or accomplished.
Diheh. Pl. o/seheh.
Dihki. Pl. of sehki.
Dihela. Pl. of sehela.
Dihela. To work for; to serve*
Go dihela nama, to cut up
meat for cooking.
Dihem. PL of sehem.
D [H ph. Pl. of sehph.
Diher. Pl. of seher.
Diherwana. PL of seherwana.
Diheshu. Pl. o/seheshu.
Dihetse. Perf. of dihala. Go
dihetse, it is come to pass; it is
done.
Dihihi. Pl. o/sehihi.
Dihikancw. PL o/sehikancw.


Dihile. Perf. of diha.
Dihisa. Caus. of diha, to cause
to work.
Dihisanya. U dihisany le na,
work thou together with him.
Dihisiwa. Pass, of dihisa.
Dihohu. PI. of sehohu.
X)ihkwane. A young he-goat.
PI. bodihkwane.
J)lHOLOTSANA. PI. of seholo-
tsana.
Dihorotlo. PI. of sehorotlo.
Dihotsana. PI. of sehotsana.
Dihudi. PLo/sehudi.
Dihub a. PI. of sehuba.
Dihutshane. PI. of sehutshane.
Dihwa. Pass, of diha.
Diikeledisa. PI. of seikeledisa.
Diiphemlsehuben. PI. of
seiphemlsehuben.
Diile. Perf. of dia.
Diipat. PI. o/seipat.
Diipni. PI. of seipni.
Dika. To go around; to go be-
hind ; to compass. Dika mora-
g=pta morag. To tarry, the
time being specified; to remain
for a long time. Dika refers to
what took place last year, or
will take place next year. Ba
tla dika ba lemile, they will
plough next year. Ba dikile ba
lema, they ploughed last year.
Dikaba. PI. o/kaba.
Dikabetla. PI. of kabetla.
Dikab. PI. o/kab.
Dikac. PI. of kac.
Dikag. PI. o/kagcr.
Dikaka. PI. of sekaka.
Dikakabal. PL of kakabal.
Dikakahal. PL of kakahal.
Dikala. Matlh a dikala, large,
staring eyes.
Dikalabua. PL o/kalabua.
Dikalahi. PI. of kalahi.
Dikan. PI. of sekan.
Dikanya. To surround.
Dikamore. Pl. o/kamore.
Dikanyedicwe. Surrounded
by; compassed by.
Dikanyeditse. Perf. of dikanye-
tsa.
Dikanyeletsa. Ba le ba dika-
nyeletsa lencw ka logora, they
enclosed the mountain with a
hedge.
Dikanyetsa. To surround
them; to encircle game; to
encompass them.
Dika. PI. of seka.
Dikashwa. PL of sekashwa.
Dikatana. PI. of sekatana.
Dikatlhol. PI. of katlhol.
Dikatl. Pl. of katl.
Dikekana. Pl. of sekekana.
D i kela=Klmla.
Dikelero. A book word or
dice.
Dikeletsa. To surround, as by
a hedge; to surround a person,
or animal.
Diklwa. Go diklwa ke, to be
surrounded by.
Diken. Pl. of ken.
Diktapele. Pl. of ketapele.
Diktapele tsa ntwa, the fore-
most men in the ranks, the
advance guard. Diktapele tsa
mahoko, the first-spoken words;
the preliminary speech.
Diketla. Pl. of ketla.
Dikt. Pl. of lot.
Dikgaba. PL o/kgaba.
Dikgabala. Pl. of kgabala.
Dikgabish. Pl. o/kgabish.
Dikgabo. Pl. o/kgabo.
Dikgach. Pl. of kgach.
Dikgadima. Pl. of logadima.
Dikgaga. Pl. o/logaga.
Dikgagu. Pl. o/logagu.
Dikgahla tsa mabl. The
first-fruits of corn, given to
the rain-maker; the remnant of
corn at the bottom of a sack
or bin. Interior use: the corn
given to a chief for the enter-
tainment of strangers.
Dikgaka. Pl. of kgaka.
Dikgaketla. Pl. of kgaketla.
Dikgakgana. PL o/kgakgana.
Dikgakologl. Pl. of kgako-
logl.
Dikgakolog. PL of kgakolo-
g, the spring.


Dikgalalap. Pl. of kgalalap.
Dikgalaopa. A grassless coun-
try. No sing.
Dikganwe. Pl. of kganw.
Dikganyana. Roots similar to
carrots, Int.
Dikgapa. Pl. of logapa.
Dikgara. Pl. o/logara.
Dikgaraga. Pl. o/kgaraga.
Dikgashwa=Dikatana.
Dikgata. Pl. of logata.
Dikgatla. Pl. of kgatla.
Dikgatlg. Pl. o/kgatlg.
Dikgatlh. A meeting place.
Dikgat. Pl. o/kgat.
Dikgatseco. Pl. of kgatseco.
Dikgnw. Pl. of kgnw.
Dikgetla. Pl. of kgetla.
Dikgtlwa. Pl. o/kgetlwa.
Dikgi. Pl. of sekgi.
Dikgoa. Pl. of kgoa.
Dikgobata. Pl. o/kgobata.
Dikgb. Boiled com and beans
mixed. Dikgb tsa lohata,
boiled com alone. Dikgb tsa
mmidi, boiled mealies alone.
Dikgbl PL of kgbl.
Dikgb. Pl. o/kgb.
Dikgodu. PLoflogodu.
Dikgg. Pl. of logg.
Dikgogodi. PL of kgogodi.
Dikgoha. PL of kgoha.
Dikgohe. Pl. of logohe.
Dikgokl. PL of kgokl.
Dikgokon. PL of kgokon.
Dikgola. Pl, o/kgola.
Dikgl. PL of kgl.
Dikgl. ^ PL of logl.
Dikgolob. Destruction, or
desolation, caused by high
winds. Sing. and pl.
Dikgologolo. PL o/kgologolo.
Dikgologolol. PL of kgolo-
golol.
Dikgolugochwane. Pl. of
kgolugochwane.
Dikgomana. A string of beetles
put as a charm round the neck
of a child whose brothers and
sisters have died.
Dikgomma. Pl.ofkgomma.
Dikgomo. PL of kgomo.
Dikgono. Pl. o/kgono.
Dikgon. Pl. of logon.
Dikgnwana. Pl. o/kgnwana.
Dikgope. Pl.of kgope.
Dikgopish. Pl. of kgopisb.
Dikgop. Pl. o/logop.
Dikgopu. Pl. of kgopu.
Dikgora. Pl. o/logora. Nwana
oa dikgora, an illegitimate
child. O ithwele mpa ea dikgo-
ra, she has conceived before, or
without marriage. Mosadi oa
dikgora, a woman who has
illegitimate children, a prosti-
tute.
Dikgori. Pl. of kgo-ri.
Dikgorogoba. Pl. of kgorogo-
ba.
Dikgorola. Pl. o/kgorola.
Dikgsana. Pl. of kgsana.
Dikgwa. Pl. o/sekgwa.
Dikgwana. Pl. of sekgwana.
Dikgwatish. Pl. o/kgwatish.
Dikgwatlha. Pl. o/kgwatlha.
Dikgwerean. Pl. of kgwe-
rean.
Bikgwethe. PL of sekgwethe.
Dikhadu. Pl. of lokhadu.
Dikhaetla. Pl. of khaetla.
Dikbihibi. Pl. o/lohihiri.
Dikhob. Pl. o/ sekhob.
Dikhodi. Pl.of khodi.
Dikhohe. PL o/khohe.
Dikhontjn. PL of khonun.
Dikhudu. PL of khudu.
Dikhumla. PL o/khumela.
Dikhutl. Pt. o/bokhutl.
Dikhutsana. PL of khutsana.
Dikhuyane. Pl. o/khuyane.
Dikhwena. Pl.of khwena.
Dikidi. Pl. 0/ sekidi.
Diktdikidt. Pl. 0/ sekidikidi.
Dikile. Per/, of dika.
Dika. PL of seka.
Dikoba. Pl. of sekoba.
Dikbaba. Pl. 0/ kbaba.
Dikobe. Pl. 0/kobe.
Dikobtl. Pl.ofkobtl.
Dikcwana. Pl. o/lokcwana.
Dikokobele. Flying ants and
moths. Used only in plural.
Dikokola. Pl. of sekokola.


Dikokomana. PL of kokomana.
Dikokothane. PL of koko-
thane.
Dikkwata. Pl. o/kkwata.
Dikolob. PL of kolob.
Dikologa. To go round and
round ; to revolve, as a roller;
to go round; to compass; to
go about.
Dikoloi. Pl.of koloi.
Dikolola. To cut round a hide.
Dikolosa. To turn a thing
round ; to cause to go round.
Dikolosiwa. To be turned
round.
Dikma. PL of kma.
Dikman. Pl. o/kman.
Dikmta. PL of sekmta.
Dikonu. PL of konu.
Dikngwane. PL of kngwane.
Dikonwakonwane. Di beilwe
dikonwakonwane, they are
divided into groups, or por-
tions.
Dikopa. PL of sekopa.
Dikopolol. PL of sekopolol,
Dikr. The meal which sinks
to the bottom of a pot, when
poured in before the water
boils.
Diktlp. Pl. o/sektlp.
Dikotkwe. Pl.of kotkwe.
Dikube. Pl. of kube.
Dikubu. Pl. of kubu.
Dikuch. The outer part of the
throat. Go beta dikuoh, to
seize by the throat; to throttle.
Dikuduane. Clouds of dust
raised by high winds.
Dikunyane. Pl. o/kunyane.
DiKUNWA=Maunw.
Dikupa. Pl. of loupa.
Dikup. Medicines for doctor-
ing houses, walls, etc.
Dikurwana. Pl. o/kurwana.
Dikwanyana. Pl.of kwanyana.
Dikwena. Pl. o/kwena.
Dikwna. Pl.of kwna.
Dila. To smear a wall or floor
with dung mixed with earth.
Dilabe. PL o/selabe.
Dilabi. Pl. o/selabi.
Dilahala. To become blunt;
to scratch, as a bad pen; to cut
badly.
Dilahatsa. Caus. of dilahala.
Dilaledi. PL of selaledi.
Dilal. PL of selal.
Dilatlh. Pl. of selatlh.
Dilau. The private parts of a
lion.
Diledu. Pl.of seledu.
Dilga. To become smeared.
Dilekane. Pl. of selekane.
Dilp. PL of selp.
Dilepell. Pl. of selepell.
Diletsen. Sleeping things;
stories of old quarrels; old
events, or old history. Go
cosa diletsen, to rouse up
sleeping things; to stir up old
strife.
Dilialit. Pl. of_selialii.
Dil. PL of sel.
Diloka. Pl. o/loka.
Dilk. PL o/selk.
Dilkll. Many words ;
much talking (generally used
of evil words, or of scolding,
or cursing). No sing.
Dilola. To scowl; to frown ;
to look angrily at. 0 la a mo
dilola, he looked angrily at
him; he frowned at him.
Dilnyana. Pl. of selnyana.
Dilwana. PL of selwana;
goods; vessels.
Dimap. Pl. of lomap.
Dimati. Pl. of lomati.
Dimatsana. Pl. o/lomatsana.
Dimatla. Pl. of sematla.
Dime. Pl. of seme.
Dimecane. PL of semecane.
Dimeku. Pl. of lomeku.
Dimlla. To be faint, as from
hunger or thirst; to vanish
from sight, as a far distant
object.
Dimene. PL of semene.
Dimpa. PL o/lompa.
Dimokana. To be giddy; to be
confused in the head.
Dimokanya. To make giddy;
to confuse.


Dimologa. To appear unex-
pectedly; to happen by chance;
to take place without any
known cause.
Dimonamone. Pl. of semona-
mone.
Dimone. PL of mone.
Dimta. PL o/lomta.
Dimtana. PL of lomtana.
Dimpa. PL of mpa.
Dimp. PL of mp.
Dimph. PL of mphd.
Dimpsa. Pl. of mpsa.
Dimpu. Pl. of lobu; little hol-
lows in brack ground where
animals lick.
Dimumu. Pl. of semumu.
Dinala. Pl. of lonala.
Dinaledi. Pl of naledi.
Dinaka. Pl. of lonaka.
Dinakaladi. PL o/nakaladi.
Dinakana. Pl. of lonakana.
Dinana. Pl. of senana.
Dinamana. Pl. of senamana.
Dinamane. Pl. o/namane.
Dinao. Pl. of lonao.
Dina=Dinao.
Dinare. Pl. of nare.
Dinatla. Pl. of senatla. Ba le
ba nna dinatla mo ntwen,
they were mighty in war.
Dinawa. Pl. of nawa.
Dinca. Pl of nca.
Dincha. PL of ncha; new.
Dinchane. PL of nchane, and
loshane.
Dincho. PL of losho.
Dinch. PL of dush.
Dinchwana. Pl. of dushwana.
Dine. Four.
Din. Pl. of n.
Dinenebu. Pl. of nenebu.
Dinkgwana. Pl. of nkgwana.
Dinku. Pl. of nku.
Dinnanne. Pl. of sennanne.
Dinokwane. Pl. of senokwane.
Dinne. Pl. of none.
Dinn. PL of senn.
Dinnyane. Pl. of nnyane.
Dino. PL of no.
Dinos. Honey.
Dinose. Honey.
Dinotshe. Honey.
Dinta. Pl. of nta.
Dintha. Pl. of lotha.
Dinthe. Pl. of lore.
Dinth. Pl. of nth.
Dinti. Pl. of lodi.
Dintlntl. Pl. o/ntlntl.
Dintlha. Pl. of ntlha. May
a dintlha, mountain peaks;
conical hills.
Dintlhana. Metse ea dintlhana,
outlying villages; groups of
houses round a large town,
Sing, and pl.
Dintlhwa. Pl. of ntlhwa.
Dintshe. The lees or sediment
of native beer.
Dintshi. Pl. of losi. Dintshi
tsa lewatle, the shore of the
sea.
Dintsi. PI. of ntsi; many flies;
locusts just hatched.
Dintsieapudum. Pl. of ntsiea-
pudum.
Dintwa. Pl. of ntwa.
Dinuta. Nuts (hybrid).
Dinwl. Pl. of 8enwl.
Dinya. Pl. of senya. Jokes;
jesting; nonsense (in this sense
it is used only in the pl.). O
la a bua dinya, he jested, or
talked foolishly.
Dinyana. Nothingness ; fool-
ishness.
Dinyatsi. Pl. o/nyatsi.
DiNYAWA=Dinya.
Dinye. Pl. of senye; small.
Dinyma. Pl. of senyma.
Dinyt. Pl. o/lot,
Diny. Pl. of ny (used as a
curse.
Dinywaba. Pl. o/nywaba.
Dinwane. Pl. of senwane.
Dinale. Pl. of nale.
Dinal. Internal wounds or
bruises, as from a beating, or
bearing a burden.
Dinanale. Pl. of lonanale.
Dinata. Pl. of nata.
Dinhe. Pl. of nhe.
Dinb. Steep banks made by
water, Int.


Dinp. Pl. of lonp.
D INWAG A. Pl. of nwaga.
Dinwe. Pl. of nwe, and senwe.
Dil din we, some things.
Dinwenyana. Dil dinwenyana,
a few things.
Di. Pl. o/se.
Dib. Pl.of lb.
Diolo. Pl. of seolo.
Dioti. Pl. of seoti.
Dipabi. Pl. of pabi.
Dipadi. Pl. of lobadi.
Dipadipadi. Many scars; scars
all over.
Dipahala. To become over-
bearing,or tyrannical; to domi-
neer.
Dipaka. Pl. o/lobaka.
Dipak. Pl.of pak.
Dipala. Pl. of pala, and lobala.
Dipalam. Pl. o/sepalam.
Dipall. Pl. o/loball.
Dipanisi. Pl. of sepanisi.
Dipapac. Merchandise; things
for trading with.
Dipapetla. PL of sepapetla;
flat. May a dipapetla, flat
stones. A bo a le dipapetla,
they were flat.
Dipafetlane. Pl. of sepape-
tlane.
Dipaposane. Pl. o/paposane.
Dipar. Pl. of loar.
Dipaterone. Pl. of paterone.
Dipatika. PL of patika.
Dipatll. Pl. o/patlel.
Dipat. PL of sepat.
Dipatol. Pl. of patol.
Dip. Pl. of sep. Ditih dip,
no works (used in negative
sentences).
Dipba. Pl.of peba.
Dipebe. PL o/lobebe.
Dipeis. PL of peis.
Dipella. PL of lobella.
Dipelwane. PL of pelwane.
Dipeo. PL of peo.
Dipp. PL of sepp.
Dipes. PL of lobes.
Diphacane. Nwana oa dipha-
cane, a child that is supposed
to be faulty, or suffering be-
cause of its mothers immor-
ality either before or ,iust after
its birth.
Diphadi. Pl. of sephadi.
Diahailane. False stories ;
tales without any foundation.
No sing.
Diphaha. Pl. of lohaha.
Diphahana. Pl. of phabana.
DiPHAiiANA. Pl. o/phalana.
Diphaphi. Pl. o/phapbi.
Diphap. Pl. of sehap.
Diphaha. The division between
the nates. No sing.
Dipharaganyane. Pl. 0/ pba-
raganyane.
Dipharagan. Pl. 0/pbaragan.
Diphare. Pl. of lobare.
Diphar. Pl. o/lobar.
Diphata. Forked; divided, as
a branch, or an oxs boof.
Diphatla. Pl. of pbatla.
Diphatl. Pl. of lopbatl.
Di phatsa. Pl. of pbatsa, and
lobatsa. Chips; danger. O
mo dipbatsen, be is in danger.
Tsela ea dipbatsa, a dangerous
patb.
Diphg. Pl. of lopbg.
Dipheko. Pl.of pbeko.
Diphgl. Pl. 0/pbgl.
Diphele. Pl. o/lehele.
Diphelwane. PL 0/ pbelwane.
Diphetekgan. Pl. of phete-
kgan.
Diphetla. Pl. 0/phetla.
Diphtlh. Pl. o/lohtlh.
Diphephen. Pl.ofphephen.
Diphetog. Pl. 0/ phetog.
Diphina. Matlh a diphina,
eyes sore and black underneath
through constant discharge.
Diphi. Pl.o/phi.
Diphil. Pl. o/phil.
Diphoha. Pl. o/phoha.
Diphohtj. Pl. 0/ phohu.
Diphoko. Pl. of phoko.
Diphokoy. Pl. o/phokoye.
Diphola. Pl. of phola.
Dipholo. Pl. o/pholo.
DiPHLHCTWANA. Pl. 0f ph
lhcwana.


Diphlhl. PI. of phlhl.
Diphoni. Pl. of phoni. Used
also of cheek-bones which are
abnormally prominent.
Diphophi. PI. o/phophi.
Diphrla. The flakes of dirt
removed by a doctor when
rubbing the body of a patient
with moshwan, or by a person
washing himself with milk. No
sing.
Diphosh- Pl.of pho3h.
Diphotonono. PL. of photo-
nono.
Diphudug. Pl. of phudug.
Diphug. Pl. of phug.
Diphuhi. Pl. o/phuhi.
Diphuka. Pl.of lohuka.
Dipoa. Pl. o/loboa, and poa.
Dipodi. Pl. o/podi.
Dipogish. Pl. o/pogish.
Dipog. Pl. o/pog, sufferings.
Pl. also o/lobog.
Dipoko. Pl. of sepoko.
Dipolla. Pl.of lubolla.
Dipoll. Pl. of poll.
Dipolll. Pl. of polll.
Dipolokl. Pl. of polokl,
and bobolokl.
Dipn. Pl. o/lobn.
Dipom. Pl. of sepom.
Dipopl. Pl. o/sebopl.
Dipta. Pl. o/lobta.
Diptlana. Pl. of sebtlana.
Dipotsane. Pl. of potsane.
!Dipounama. Pl. of pounama.
Dipudum. Pl. of pudum.
Dipu. Pl. of pu.
DiRA=Diha. A hostile army ;
enemies. Ka dira, by war.
Dirat. Pl. of serai.
Dibala. Pl. of serala.
Dirametlana. Pl. of serame-
tlana.
Dirathana. Pl. of serathana.
Dirathi. Pl. o/serathi.
Direpa. Pl. o/serepa.
Direpudi. Pl.of serepudi.
Dirth. Pl. o/serth.
Diretlo. The viscera of an
animal; all the internal organs
of a sheep, etc.
Dirin. Pl.of serin.
Dirit. Pl. of serit.
Dirobe. Pl. of serobe. Viscera
of a sheep, etc., when cooked.
Dirobg. Broken things.
Dirokol. Pl. of serokol.
Dirm. Pl. of serm.
Dirohe. Pl. of serope.
Dirp. Pl.ofserp.
Diropologane. Pl. of seropolo-
gane.
Dirorobe. Pl. o/serorobe.
Dirrwana. Pl. o/lorrwana.
Dirota. Pl. of serota.
Dirotlakgaml. Pl.ofsero-
tlakgaml.
Dirothola. Pl. of serothola.
Diroto. Pl. of seroto.
Dirotwana. Pl. o/serotwana.
Diru. Pl. of seru.
Dirull. Thatch j thatching
materials; a roof.
Dirurubele. Pl. of serurubele.
Dirubi. Pl. of serubi.
Dirwal. Pl. o/serwal.
Disa. To take care of j to herd;
to watch over.
Disadinyana. Pi. of sesadinya-
na.
Disamane. PI. o/samane.
Disana. PI. of sesaDa.
Disetlhana. A large cloud of
dust.
Disetlhane. A kind of small
hare. Pi. bodisetlhane.
Dist. PI. o/sest.
Dishashe. A coward ; a faint-
hearted person; cowardly. O
dishashe, he is a coward. Ba
dishashe, they are cowards.
Dishaushauane. PI. of shau-
shauane.
Disheusheuane. Pl. of sheu-
sheuane.
Dish. PI. of 8esh. A cold in
the head. No sing, in this
sense.
Dishwane. A large white
vulture. PI. bodishwane.
Dishupa. Seven.
Disigo. PI. of sesigo.
Disipi. PI. of sesipi.


Disitse. Perf. of disa.
Ditaa. Pl. of taa.
Ditadi. Pl. of tadi.
DiTAEA=Ntaea.
Ditae. Pl.of tae.
DiTAMA=Tlhmama.
Ditebog. Pl. o/tebog.
Ditede. Pl.of lotede.
Ditedu. Pl. of tedu. O ditedu,
he is bearded. Molomo oa
ditedu, a bearded mouth.
Ditekkta. Pl. o/teketa.
Ditek. Pl. of. tek.
DiTLA=Ntla.
Ditel. Pl.of tel.
Ditema. Pl. of tema.
Ditma. Pl. o/tma.
Ditemana. Pl. of temana.
Diteme. Pl.of loleme.
DnWA=Ntwa.
Dithaapo. Pl. of thaap.
Ditraga. Pl. of loraga, and
thaga.
Dithal. Pl. of thal.
Dithakadu. Pl. o/thakadu.
Dithakanwaga. Pl. of thaka-
nwaga.
Dithak. Pl.of lorak.
Dithama. Roots of the thama
plant.
Dithamane. Pl. of thamane.
Dithap. Pl. of lorap, and
thap.
Dithari. Pl. of thari. Go
tlhabla dithari, to make a
feast when a lying-in woman
leaves the bouse.
Ditharo. Three.
Dithatanyana. Pl. of thata-
nyana.
Dithatharo. Six.
Dithapl. Pl. o/thapl.
Dithebol. Pl. of thebol.
Dithka. Pl. of lothka.
Dithm. Pl. of thm.
Dithibedi. Pl. of thibedi.
Dithiri. Pl. o/thiri.
Dithit. Pl. of thit.
Ditho. Pl.of setho.
Dithoba. Pl. of thoba. Di-
thoba tsa legodimo, used figu-
ratively, and understood as of
teats in the sky from which
rain flows.
Dtthb. Pl. of thb.
Dithodi. Pl. of thodi.
Dithohoana. An instep, Int.
Dithok. Pl. of thok. Mo
dithokon, at the sides.
Dithola. Pl. of thola.
Ditholana. Pl. of tholana.
Dithole. Pl.oflorole.
Ditholenyana. Pl. of lorole-
nyana.
Dithorom. Pl.of thorom.
Dithota. Pl. of thota.
Dithothobol. Pl. of thotho-
bol.
Dithtse. Pl. o/4thtse.
Dithoyana. Pl. o/loroyana.
Dithue. Pl.of thue.
Dithunya. Pl. of sethunya.
Dithu. Pl. of loru, and
thu.
Dithuthubudu. Pl. of thuthu-
budu.
Dithuthuchwane. Pl. o/thuthu-
chwane.
Dithwana. Pl. of lorwana.
Ditib. Pl. of tib.
Ditid. Pl. o/tid.
Ditihal. Pl. of tihal.
Ditihall. Pl. of tihall.
Ditilatshi. Pl. of tilatshi.
Ditilwane. Pl. of tilwane.
Ditime. Pl.of setime.
Ditimla. Pl. o/setimla.
Dititl. Pl. o/titl.
Ditlala. Pl. o/tlala.
Ditlantlape. Pl. o/tlantlape.
Ditlatsana. Pl. o/tlatsana.
Ditlawa. Pl. of lotlawa.
Ditlha. Pl. o/setlha.
Ditlhaba. Pl. o/setlhaba.
Ditlhabla. Pl. of setlhabla,
cmciitlhabla.
Ditlhabl. Pl. of setlhabl.
Ditlhab. Pl. of lotlhab.
Ditlhac. Pl. o/tlhac.
Ditlhachwana. Pl. of tlha-
chwana.
Ditlhaea. Pl. of lotlhaea.
Ditlhaga. Pl. o/setlhaga.
Ditlhagare. Pl. of tlhagare.


Ditlhaka. PL of lotlhaka.
Ditlhake. PL of setlhake.
Ditlhakore. PL of lotlhakore.
Ditlhale. PL of tlhale.
Ditlhamane. PL o/tlhamane.
Ditlhano. Five.
Ditlhapl, PL of tlhapl.
Ditlharapa. Pl. o/lotlharapa.
Ditlhare. Pl.of setlhare.
Ditlharo. O ditlharo, lie is too
quick in answering, or speak-
in; he is foolishly eager to
be heard.
Ditlhas. Pl. of tlhas.
Ditlhatlhapala. Meal very
carelessly ground; chips or
shavings sticking out in all
directions.
Ditlhatlharapa. Twigs stick-
ing out in all directions on a
dry branch.
Ditlhetlhwa. PL of tlhetlhwa.
Ditlhgtlhg. Pl. of tlh-
gtlhg.
Ditlhohi. Pl.of tlhohi.
Ditlhoka. PL of tlhoka. Wax
in the ear.
Ditlhokwa. PL of lotlhokwa.
Ditlhla. PL o/setlhla.
Ditlhl. PL of tlhl.
Ditlhlwa. Pl. of setlhlwa.
Ditlhml. PL o/setlhml.
Armour.
Ditlhomesho. Pl. of tlhomesh.
Ditlhono. Pl. of tlhono and
lotlhono.
Ditlhon. Pl. of tlhon. Shame.
Go tlhabisa ditlhon, to make
ashamed. Go tlhaywa ke di-
tlhon, to be ashamed.
Ditlhphana. Pi.o/tlhphana.
Ditlhora. Pl. of tlbora.
Ditlhotlhori. Pl.oftlhotlhori.
Ditlhotsa. Pl. of setlhotsa.
Ditlhoyana. PL o/tlhoyana.
Ditloa. Pl. o/lotloa.
Ditloc. Pl. of tloc.
Ditlogolo. Pl. of setlogolo.
Ditlogolwana. PL of tlogo-
lwana.
Ditlhgnl. PL of tlhg-
nl.
Ditlka. Pl. o/setlka.
Ditlol. Pl. of tlol.
Ditloo. Pl. of tloo.
Ditlp. PL of setlp, tlp,
and lotlp.
Ditlou. Pl.of tlou.
Ditlwana. Pl. of setlwana.
Ditogaman. Pl. o/togaman.
Ditogman. Pl. of togman.
Ditoisi. Pl. of toisi.
Ditoke. Pl. of setoke.
Ditokolol. Pl. of tokolol.
Ditomga. PL o/tomga,
Ditm. Pl. of tm.
Ditntl. Pl. of tntl.
Ditoto. Pl. of setoto.
Ditotoyane. PL of setotoyane.
Ditotwana. Elves, Int.
Ditsala. Pl. o/tsala.
Ditsb. PL of tsb.
Ditschwana. Pl. of tschwa-
na.
Ditsnwa. Pl. of setsnwa*
Ditsts. Pl. of tsts.
Ditshamek. Pl. of tshamek.
Ditshamekwane. Pl. of tsha-
mekwane.
Ditshea. PL of losea.
Ditshb. Pl.of tshb.
Ditshedi. Pl. of. setshedi.
Ditshg. PL of setshg.
Ditshera. A kind of bushman
dance, Int.
Ditsheru. Places in the veldt
where game come to lick, Int.
Ditshtla. Pl. of tshtla.
Shavings of wood.
Ditshetlho. PL of tshe.tlho.
DiTSHT. = Ditshtla, Int. Pl.
of sest.
Ditshph. Pl. o/tshph.
Ditshiba. PL o/losiba.
Ditshidi. Pl. of setshidi.
Ditshika. Pl. of losika, and
tshika.
Ditshikar. PL of tshikar.
Ditshikiri. Pl. of tshikiri.
Ditshipa. Pl. of tshipa.
Ditshipo. Pl. of tshipo.
Ditshisiri. PL o/tshisiri.
Ditshitshi. Pl. of lotshitshi.
Ditsi. PL of tsi.


Ditsienchwane. PL of tsien-
chwane.
Ditsina. Pl. of tsina.
Ditsiritsiki. Pl. of tsiritsiri.
Ditsitsiri. Pl.of tsitsiri.
Dituki. Used for peacocks, but
not known.
Ditul. Pl.of setul.
Ditum. Pl. of tum.
Ditutuchwane. PL of tutu-
chwane.
Ditwala. PL o/lolwala.
Diwa. Pass, of dia.
Diyal. Seeds; things sown.
Diy. PL of sey.
Du ba. To knead bread, or clay;
Pass, duywa. To act so as to
cause strife or disturbance.
Dubile. Perf. of duba.
Ducwe. Perf. pass, of duba. Go
sa ducwe, the people are still
up; it is not bedtime.
Dudisa. To cause to sit; to de-
tain.
Dudueletsa. Ba le ba mo du-
dueletsa, they applauded him.
Duduetsa. To scream, or yell,
as women in the dance, or
when calling to each other.
Dula. To reward; to pay.
Dukula. To pick out; to pick
stones out of the ground; to
pick something out of a per-
sons tooth; to cut meat off a
bone.
Dula. To sit; to sit down; to
sit on a chair, etc. Dula ha
hatshe, sit on the ground.
Dule. Perf. of cwa.
Dulla. Go dulla rure, to sit
down altogether.
Dulwe. Ke dulwe ke nth, a
sore has come out on me.
Duma. To roar; to reverberate;
to rumble.
Dumalana. To agree together.
Dumalanye. Perf. of duma-
lana.
Dumedisa. To greet j to salute;
to cause to greet.
Dumedisanya. To greet each
other.
Dumla. To believe. Used as
a form of salutation.
Duml ana=Dumalana.
Dumlesga. To become pos-
sible of belief.
Dumisa. Caus. of duma.
Dumologa. To cease to believe ;
to become unbelieving.
Dupa. To scent, as game people,
or a dog its master ; to put
the mouth to a sick person,
and draw out the sickness.
Dupella. To follow a scent,
as a dog.
Dusa. To be about to bring
forth. Used of animals.
Dush. A spoon. Pl. dinch.
Dushwana. A small spoon. Pl.
dinchwana.
Dutla. To leak, as a water
vessel. Go dutla mokola, to
have a hsemorrhage from the
nose.
Dutlalala. To rain in a thick
stream.
Duwa. Pass, of cwa.
Duywa. Pass, of duba.
E.
E. This. Used with nouns
whose particle is e. Yes; e
sale, ever since; E se re kgo-
tsa, lest. E tsamaea, until.
Part, of a number of nouns.
Ea. To go; to go away. Perf.
ile; Pass. iwa. Kgomo ea me,
my ox. Ea bo, it being. Ea bo
e se na, it not being he. Ea
bo e le kgomo, it being an ox;
it was an ox.
EAN?=Ea e5i ?
Eare. When ; it being. Used in
the past tense. Eare ba tsna,
when they entered.
E be. E be e se, it not being ;
it is not. E be e se na, it not
being he ; it was not he. E be
e le, it being, it is. E be e le
go boea, it being to return.
Ebedisa. Caus. of ebla.


Ebla. To sway; to move to
and fro, as a tree blown by the
wind.
Ebon. To wit; namely.
Echo. Oar; ours.
Echwa. A kgalagadi bowl made
of hide, Int.
Ecwa. Because ; seeing that.
cwa. Pass, o/pa.
Ediha. Ediha go na. Then.
Causes the verb following to
end in n. Ediha gna ba tsa-
maean, then they went away.
EDiMOLA=Idimola.
Editse. Perf. of etsa.
Ediwa. Pass, ofetsa.
E. A a e, let him go.
Efangelio. The gospel (hy-
brid).
Eha. To lift up the hands, so as
to ward off something.
Ehe. An affirmative response to
what has been said. Ehe P
which ? Used with nouns
whose particle is e.
Eka. To lift the arm, as if about
to strike.
Ekaeka. To lift up the arm
often, as if about to strike.
Ekaekga. To believe every-
thing one hears.
E ka NE=Ekete.
Ekare. If; if it could be.
Ekare gonwe, lest. Ekare kgo-
tsa, lest perchance; for fear
that.
Ekete. I think; it seems to me.
EKOTE=Ekete.
la. To flow, as water; to pour
down, or drop down, as per-
spiration. la gonwe, to agree
together, to be of one mind.
Go la mashwiyane, to unite
in attacking.
Elama. To sit on eggs; to
brood; to cover, as the water
of a flood in a garden; to lie
in, after childbirth.
Elamla. To give help or sup-
port in a difficulty.
latlhk. To observe; to
take notice of.
lga. To bring forth a child
in a stooping posture; to be
delivered stooping.
Elegisa. To give help in child-
birth ; to act as a midwife.
lla. To flow, as water; to
flow with, or to.
Eletsa. To desire.
Eletsga. To become desirable.
Elola. To raise up, as a sick
person.
lwa. Pass, of la.
ma. To stand. Perf. eme.
ma noken, to stand by, or
defend; to stand security for.
mama. To tarry; to delay.
malalana. To contend with
each other; to be at variance
with each other.
malana. To be at variance
with each other. Go malana
le, to contend with.
mana. O la a mana le nna,
he opposed me.
Em an? Who?
EMARA = Emera.
Kme. Perf. ofma.
mla. To be in place of; to
stand for. mla ditau, to
stand opposed to the lions. Go
mla lehatshe, to put in place
of the land. Go mla kgakala,
to stand afar off.
MLALANA=malalana.
mlla. To urge; to inter-
cede for ; to justify another.
Emera. To conceive. Used of
cattle.
Emisa. To cause to stand.
Emoga. To go away; to get
out of the way by going
away.
na. He; she; him; her.
NE=na.
Enca. See Nca.
Encha. See Ncha.
Encho. See Ncho.
En i'a. To innoculate; io vac-
cinate (hybrid).
Entseana=E ntse yana.
Entsha. See Ntsha.
Eno. Era eno, your father. Ba


ga eno, your people. Oa ga eno,
your neighbour.
En? What? Enleen,etcetera,
etcetera.
Enhala. To become a stranger.
Enwa. Pass of ma.
Enwe. See Nwe.
Eo. This. Used of a person.
Motho eo, this person. Ga a
e, he is not. Ga se e, it is
not. Ga ba e, there are none.
Eola. To hold back; to with-
hold, or prevent a person from
doing.
Ena. It. Used with nouns in
particle e.
Eos I. Only. Used with nouns
in particle e.
Eotlhe. All.
pa. To dig; to dig for. Pass.
cwa and epiwa. To speak
loudly to; to insult. To de-
prive of, or do an injustice^ to.
Go pa pic, to call a meeting.
Go pa ntwa, to ask, or obtain
an army from an ally. Go pa
metse, to dig for water.
Ep. Ga go na ep, there is not
one.
pga. To become dug.
pla. To dig for. Go ba
pla dira, to ask an army
from them.
Epetsa. To dig for somebody;
to dig for something.
Epiwa. Pass, o/pa.
Epologa. To be dug up, or out.
Epolola. Beversive of pa. To
dig up or out; to reproach
with, as with poverty, or a
fault.
Epololwa. Pass, of epolola.
Era. Era gonne, because.
Ere. It being. Ere ka, because.
Ere re cwa, when we come
out.
Erga. To be easy going; to
believe anything or anybody.
EREKA=Ere ka. Seeing that;
since.
EREKE=Ereka.
ERETE=Ekete.
Erile. When. Used in the past
tense. Erile ka tsatsi yeu,
when on that day.
EROTE=Ekete.
Ese. An old form of salutation.
Ha e se, except; unless.
Esela. An ass (hybrid).
Eselana. A little ass (hybrid).
Esen. Not.
Esi. Alone; only. Ka esi, he
alone. A le esi, he alone. Ola
a tla ka esi, he came alone.
Esin. See Esen.
ta. To journey. Perf. etile.
talana. To journey to or with
another; to be friendly.
tla. To journey to. Gotla
kwa motsen o monwe, to .jour-
ney to another town. Go etla
kwa pele, to go before, to pre-
cede.
t l an a= talana.
tlla pele. To go before;
to precede.
Eteletse pele. Perf. of tlla
pele.
Ethimola. To sneeze.
Etile. Perf. of ta.
Etla. Ba etla, they are coming;
ha e etla, that it is coming.
Etlare. When. Used in the
future tense. Etlare u mmna,
when you see him.
E tle e re=Etlere.
Etleetsa. To prepare food, etc.,
as for a journey.
Etleetsga. To become pre-
pared ; to be ready.
Etleledicwe. Prepared.
Etleletsa. To prepare for; to
make ready for.
Etlere. Whenever (the idea of
use and wont being in it). Et-
lere kgotsa a kgonwe, if per-
chance he be persuaded. Etlere
goiiwe a tla a ikutlwe, if per-
chance he listen. Etlere lo cwa,
when you come out.
Etletsga. See Etleetsga.
Etloku Wait a bit!
Etsa. To imitate; to be like.
Perf. editse; pass, ediwa. Go


etsa monona, to imitate a man;
it is like a man.
Etsaetsa. To confuse; to make
to doubt as to the meaning.
Etsaetsga. To misunderstand;
to be in doubt as to the mean-
ing ; to wander aimlessly.
Etsaetsiwa. Pass, of etsaetsa.
Etse. Perf. of la.
Eu. Yes.
Eu. That; those. Used with
singular or plural nouns when
particle is e.
Evangelio. The gospel (hy-
brid).
P.
Forage. A load (hybrid).
Feige. A fig (hybrid).
Felote. A tlute (hybrid).
G.
Ga. Not; of. Ga se na, it is
not he. Ga se yalo, it is not
so. Ga twa, it was said. Hel
ga gagw, his place. Ba ga
gab, their own people. Oa ga
gab, his neighbour. Ga tla,
there comes. To draw water.
Perf. gile ; pass. giwa.
Gaba. To hollow out; to scoop
out; to hew out; to gouge
out. Pass, gaywa.
Gabalala. To become arched,
or drawn up, as a person draw-
ing up his body when on hands
and feet; to lean forward, lean-
ing against something.
Gabed:. Twice.
Gabga. To become hollowed
out.
Gabegile. Perf. of gabga.
Gabel a. To hollow out for ; to
walk quickly; to cut pumpkin,
etc., into small pieces for cook-
ing.
Gablwa. Pass, of gabla.
Gab. Gab gole, there was.
Gabo ga se na, it was not he.
Ba ga gab, their people.
Gacwa. Pass, ofgapa.
Gadika. To roast, as coffee, fat,
etc.; to melt fat; to tease; to
annoy; to cause pain in the
stomach.
Gadikana. To annoy, or rival
each other.
Gadikga. To have stomach-
ache.
Gadile. Perf. of gala.
Gadima. To lighten. Used of
lightning. To look sideways.
Gadima na. To look at each
other sideways.
Gadimisa. To cause to look
sideways.
Gadimosa=Gadimisa.
Gae. Nay. Used as a shortened
form of legae.
Gaeaga An expression used to
stimulate a person to run
fast.
Gaecho. Of ours.
Gae. It is not.
Gagaba. To creep, or crawl on
hands and knees; to crawl, as
a cat hunting.
Gagamola. To be stiffly
stretched; to cease for a while.
Used of rain.
Gagamalla. To hasten to; to
be in earnest for; to reach
after; to follow hard after. Go
gagamalla kwa pele, to go
ahead. Ba tla gagamalla mo-
dimo, they will follow hard
after God.
Gagamatsa. To stretch, or pull
stiffly.
Gag apa. To take more than
one has permission to take.
Gagautlha. To tear in pieces
ravenously, as several dogs to-
gether.
Gago. Thy; thine.
Gagoga. To become torn; to
tear of itself.
Gagoganya. To rend, or tear
asunder.


Gagola. To rend; to tear with
the fingers.
Gagolwa. Pass, of gagola.
Gagw. His; hers.
Gahola. To castrate.
Gaila. To kill a large number.
Gaisa. To excel; to exceed; to
succeed better than others; to
surpass; to be of more value
than.
Gaitse. Perf. of gaila.
Gaka. To escape ones memory;
to forget; to make difficult to
remember; to puzzle. Lehoko
le tla gu gaka, the word will
escape your memory, you will
forget the word. Di tla re
gaka, they will puzzle us, they
will pass our comprehension.
E se ka ea mo gaka gop, he
never forgot it.
Gakala. To be zealous; to be
earnest; to be indignant; to be
offended; to be averse. O la a
gakala thata, he was very
angry.
Gakalla. To be zealous for;
to be eager for; to be deter-
mined upon; to be mad against.
O la a gakalla go tsamaea, he
was eager to go. 0 la a gaka-
lla tul, he was angry about
the payment.
Gakaletse. Perf. of gakalla.
Ba gakaletse go mmna, they
are eager to see him.
Gakanya. To kill game in large
numbers.
Gakatsa. To offend; to pro-
voke ; to incite to anger.
Gakatsga. To be provoked;
to be excited to anger; to be
moved with indignation. Go
gakatsga kaga, to be moved
with indignation at.
Gakl a=Gatsela.
Gaketse. Perf. of gakla.
Gakgamala. To wonder.
Gakgamalla. To wonder at;
to be astonished at.
Gakgamatsa. To cause to won-
der ; to astonish.
Gakile. Perf. o/gaka.
Gakilwe. Perf. pass, of gaka.
Motho o gakilwe, the person
has forgotten.
Gakiwa. Pass, of gaka.
Gakg. Go ya gakg, to be
dumbfounded. O yel gakg,
he is dumbfounded.
Gakologa. To become melted,
as iron, hail, etc.
Gakologlwa. To be reminded;
to be remembered; to remem-
ber ; to come to mind; to occur
to the mind.
Gakolola. To remind; to re-
mind of; to counsel; to advise.
Di re gakolola Keresete, they
remind us of Christ.
Gakololana. To consult to-
gether.
Gakolosa. To melt, or cause
to melt, as lead, etc.; to warm
up cooked food.
Gakwa. Pass, of gaka. 0 tla
gakwa, he will be forgotten.
Ha ke sa gakwe, if I have not
forgotten. Ba ka gakwa ke
shna, they can forget it. Ba
gakwa, they forget.
Gala. To scream. Perf. ga-
dile.
Galaka. To be bitter; to be
brackish; to be painful, as an
eye with something in it.
Galakga. To become bitter;
to become angry.
Galakisa. To cause to be
bitter; to provoke.
Galala. To refuse to accept;
to grumble at a thing offered.
Galalla. To shine; to glare;
to glitter.
Galaletsa. To cause to shine;
to glorify.
Galaiwa. Pass, of galala.
Gale. Always. Le gale, just
so. Ka gal, always. Go sale
gal, early in the morning.
Galeha. To become angry. Go
galeha nab, to be angry with
them.
Galehla. To be angry with.
T


Galetse. Perf. o/galala.
Galetsha. To cause to be
angry.
Galodisa. To give medicine to
a dog in order to make it fierce
enough to catch jackals.
Gama. To milk. Pass, gamile.
To press out the contents of
the bowel of a slaughtered
animal.
Gamakla. To swell through
congestion of blood and serum,
as after a snakes bite.
Gamarga. To cease for a
while, as one not knowing how
to do a thing; to pause in
doubt.
Ga^ioga. To dry up, or become
dried up, as a sore.
Gamola. To squeeze out j to
wring out.
Gamolla. Go gamolla ino,
to squeeze out into.
Gamutlha. To close the arms
fast round about; to grasp the
mouth of a sack with the hands.
Gana. To refuse; to object; to
object to. Perf. ganne. Ba
gana ka na, they refuse to
give him, Ba mo gana, they
refuse to have him, they object
to him.
Ganalana. To contend among
each other,
Gan. Four times,
Ganla. To contend; to dis-
pute ; to resist 5 to strive. Go
ganla le, to strive with, to re-
sist.
Ganlana=Ganalana.
Ganetsa. To contend with ; to
resist; to contradict. Go gane-
tsa mahoko, to contradict or
deny the news. Go ganetsa
matlhon, to withstand to the
face.
Ga NETS ANT a. To contend with
each other; to be at strife with
each other.
Gankahala. To become valiant;
to become bold.
Gankga. To become valiant.
Ganne. Perf. of gana.
Gantsha. Caus. of gana.
Gantsi. Frequently; often ;
many times.
Gantsintsi. Yery often ; very
many times.
Ganwa. Pass, of gana.
Ganwe. Once. Ganwe le gape,
again and again.
Gapa. To take by authority ; to
take by force; to steal cattle
from an enemy. Pass, gacwa.
To discipline, or correct, as a
parent a child.
Gape. Again. Ganwe le gape,
again and again.
Gapecwe. Perf. pass, of gapla.
Ba gapecwe dikgomo, their
oxen are seized.
Gapla. To steal from; to take
from by force, or by authority.
Gara. To coil; to coil anything
up into a small compass. Go
gara mo sehuben, to gather or
fold to the breast.
Garaganya. To coil, as a large
piece of meat into a small pot.
Garanata. A pomegranate
(hybrid).
Gararo. Three times ; thrice.
Garataro. Six times.
Garawe. A spade (hybrid).
Gare. The midst; between.
Ha gare, half way between, or
in the middle. Mo gare ga di-
tlall, in the midst of dis-
tress.
Gareganaga. In the middle of
the veldt; the open country;
the wilderness.
Garla. To put anything as a
cushion, as a pad on the head
under a waterpot; to put some-
thing between things liable
to breakage; to fix a thing
firmly, so that it shall not
shake; to fix, or hold a thing
firmly, as a washer holds a
screw. Mosadi o tla garla
nkg, the woman will put a
kgare on her head for the
waterpot.


Garoga. To become torn; to
become rent; to become torn
down altogether.
Garola. To tear with teeth, or
hands.
Garuba. To gnaw, as a dog a
bone ; to cause a gnawing pain,
as a ripening abscess; to dig
on one side, after having dug
straight down.
Garuma. To snarl, as angry
dog.
Gasa. To scatter by throwing
from the hand; to throw about,
as sand, etc.; to scatter seed,
etc.
Gasagasa. To scatter, or throw
about in all directions.
Gasagasga. To be thrown, or
scattered about in all direc-
tions.
Gasagasetsa. To scatter much.
Gasakanya. To drive away with
impatience.
Gasama. To become scattered,
or spread about in all direc-
tions, as oxen.
Gasame. Perf. of gasama.
Gasediwa. Pass, of gasetsa. ^
Gasga. To become scattered.
Gasgla. To sprinkle, or,
spurt upon, as blood from a
wound; to rush upon, as an
attacking force.
Gasetsa. To scatter to, or for.
Gashom. Ten times.
Gashupa. Seven times.
Gata. To tramp; to tread; to
make wood straight by bend-
ing or cutting. Pass, gatwa.
Gataka. To tramp or tread
much; to tread, or trample
under foot.
Gatga. To become very bad,
or incurable, as a sore, or sick-
ness ; the conclusion being
that the sufferer has come into
contact with a menstrual wo-
man.
Gatla. To tread, or tramp
for.
Gatlla. To tread down; to
press down to the ground, as
in wrestling ; to lie upon with
the whole body; to press
hard on a pen when writing.
Go gatlla morwetsana, to
force, or ravish a girl. Go ga-
tlla dikgomo, to drive loose
cattle.
Gatile. Perf. of gata.
Gatisa. Caus. of gata; to print.
Gatla. To strike with a thick
stick, or club.
Gatlaka. To strike much; to
beat badly with a thick stick,
etc.
Gatlilwe. Perf pass, of gatla.
0 la a gatlilwe ke lencwe, he
wa9 struck by a falling stone.
0 la a gatlilwe ka lencw,
he was struck by a thrown
stone.
Gatlampulga. To be dead, or
destroyed in large numbers.
Gatletsa. To pierce with a
sharp instrument, making a
clicking noise ; to walk with
creaking boots.
Gatlhano. Five times.
Gatoga. To take a foot off any-
thing ; to move off, as off a
chair.
Gatosa. To cause to move off;
to move one thing off another;
to move a person off a chair;
to take one person off another
in a fight.
Gatsedjsa. Caus. of gatsela.
Gatsela. To become frozen ;
to be stiff with cold; to con-
geal ; to freeze.
Gatshane. A piece, or remnant
of ox hide, or sole leather.
Gatshanyane. A small ga-
tshane.
Gatwa. Pass, of gata.
Gauchwane. Very near.
Gauchwanyane. Very near in-
deed ; quite close.
Gauhe. Near.
GAUHi=Gauhe.
Gaumakwe. Bile. Part. o.
G. An expression of appeal,


or expostulation. U batlan
g? pray what are you seek-
ing?
Gehlwa. To pant; to be out
of breath.
Gehitl anh YA=Higitlhany a.
Gel a. To draw water for. Go
mo gla metse, to draw water
for him.
Glbtga. To speak in a
high key; to speak loudly; to
roar angrily and suddenly.
Glla. To draw water into.
Gllla. To draw water into
a thing for something or some-
body.
Geloga. To turn back without
going all the way; to come
back soon.
Gelola. To wipe off with a
hand; to scrape off with the"
hand, as perspiration.
Gile. Perf. of ga, to draw
water.
Gilwe. Perf. pass. of ga.
Giwa. Pass, of ga.
Go. The sign of the infinitive.
Go rata, to love. It is. Go
thata, it is hard. Go kwadilwe,
it is written.
G=Kaga. 0 la a buag kwa
o tla nnan gna, he spake of
where he should be.
Goa. To cry aloud ; to call out
loudly.
Goahl. The last child a wo-
man will have, and hence the
spoiled one.
Goba. To beat a tree with a
stick in order to knock off
leaves or fruit; to beat a bush
in order to get off its thorns.
Gba. To be bow-legged; to
deny a thing about a person
which the one who denies it
knows is true.
Gobagobetsa. To urge others
on to work; to be exacting with
a servant.
Gobalala. To lie stretched out
on the ground.
Gobana. To accuse, or crimin-
ate each other.
Gobea. To move about excited-
ly and in all directions, as a
crowd, or an army in confu-
sion.
Gobedi. Twice. Go le gobedi,
twice.
G Bel a. Go gbla motho, to
deny something about a per-
son for the persons sake, the
denier knowing that he is tell-
ing a lie. Go gbla kwadi, to
help another by denying that
of him which the denier knows
is true; to defend one whom
one knows to be guilty.
Gobeletsa. To exaggerate.
Gobera. To spoil, or ruin; to
make a thing worse than it
was before ; to spoil, or devas-
tate, as a swarm of locusts.
Goberga. To become changed
for the worse, or spoiled ; to
be worse for wear; to suffer a
reverse of fortune.
Gobetsa. To put back; to keep
back.
Gobo = Ka gonne. Because.
Ekare kgotsa gobo go le ba-
siami, lest there should be
righteous persons. Gobo e le
botlhale, because it is wisdom.
Gobola=Gorola.
Gobolla=Gorolla. O la a ba
gobolla matlh, he fixed his
eyes earnestly on them.
Gobolola. So speak to in anger,
or scorn; to revile; to up-
braid.
Gobua. To pass through water
on foot.
Godi. Gunpowder (hybrid).
Godile. Perf. of gola.
Godimo. Above; high. Godi-
mo ga, over, above. Kwa
godimo, above, to the west,
Int.
Godisa. Caus. o/gola, to exalt;
to rear, or nurture ; to adopt,
as a child.
Godisiwa. Pass, of godisa.
Goduma. To drink, or sip a hot
liquid with a noise.
Gola. To shout aloud for.


Golla. To shout to, so as to
urge on.
Goetla. Autumn.
Gga. To draw; to draw on;
to draw in ; to smoke a pipe ;
to take snuff; to pull ; to lead
oxen.
Gogamagna=Gogwagna.
Ggla. To draw to, or into;
to lead to, or into. Go ggla
mo thaelon, to lead into temp-
tation.
Gogoba. To rake together; to
gather up small things, as
locusts, chips, etc.; to remove
rubbish.
Ggba. To walk as a very
weak person.
Gogobela=Gogoba.
Gogola. To carry away, as a
flood.
Gogolo. Abundant.
Gogolwane. Somewhat abun-
dant.
Gogomoga. To rise, as dough ;
to swell out, as a heart from
excitement; to become puffed
out, or bloated.
Gogona. To draw, or push
together, as the sides of a
kaross round a sick person; to
tuck in.
Gogorla. To be full, or satis-
fied, as a person, or animal
after eating a good deal.
Ggwa. Pass, o/gga.
Gogwana. To shrink up, or
become crumpled up, as a wet
skin in drying.
Gogwancwe. Perf. pass, of go-
gwana. Go gogwancwe ke,
to be crumpled up by.
Gogwanya. To crimp up, or
crumple up ; to draw together,
as the mouth of a bag, by a
string let into it.
Gohele. The last; the ending;
the last state.
Gohl=Goahl.
Gokahala. To commit adultery.
Used of a man, or a woman.
Gokagana. To be fastened
together at the ends; to be
connected.
Gok aganya. To fasten together
at the ends.
Gokaganye. Perf. of gokagana.
Gokara. To hold a thing in the
hand before putting it down;
to pull an arrow on the string
and hold it before shooting.
Gokla. To thread; to pass a
thong through a hole. To
fasten; to make secure by
fastening.
Gokelecwe. E e gokelecwen
mo seiponin, that which is
fastened in the window.
Gokllwa. Go gokllwa mo
thamun, to be fastened about
the neck.
Gokere. Perf. of gokara.
Gokga. To gather pumpkins,
etc.
Gokgahala. To be very old.
Used of persons and things.
Gokgola. To walk or work
slowly on account of stoutness.
Gola. To grow; to grow up;
to increase in number. To
gather locusts; to gather up
weeds after digging.
Gla. To tire of; to cease to
love or like what one has loved
or liked before. Diy dia gla
motho, the food formerly liked
is now distasteful to, or disliked
by the person.
Golagana. To be joined to-
gether, as by hooking; to
make a treaty; to make a
treaty with; to covenant. Go
golagana na, to covenant with
him.
Golagana=Golagana.
Golaganolola. To disannul,
or abrogate a treaty, or coven-
ant.
Golaganya. To conspire to-
gether.
Golaganye. Perf. of golagana.
Glahala. To become per-
manently maimed or deformed.
Glahetse. Perf. o/glahala.


Go le. There is. Written also,
gole. Go le go nnye, a little.
Go le go tonna, much.
Golediwa. Pass, of goletsa; to
be exalted.
Golga. To bind fast; to in-
span.
Glga. From gla. Motho
oa golga mo diyon, the person
now dislikes the food he for-
merly liked. Ba le ba glga
mo go na, they now disliked
him whom they had previously
loved.
Golgla. To compel to take;
to force upon. To fasten for;
to inspan for.
Golegilwe. Perf. pass.of golhga,.
0 golegilwe, he is bound; he
is made prisoner.
Golla. To grow up at. O
la a golla gna, he grew up
there.
Goletsa. To lengthen in height;
to exalt; to lift up, as another
persons arm.
GoL = Hel. Gol gonwe =
Hel gonwe.
Golocw. Perf. pass. of golola.
Glcw. Perf. pass, of glla.
Goloka. To roll into a ball;
to make into a ball; to make
a round thing.
Golola. To loose; to unbind ;
to deliver; to release; to out-
span.
Glla. Go glla pu=Go
lelahatsa pu. Go glla
letlal=Go tlhokolotsa letlal.
Gllla pu. To lengthen
speech out to.
Glkga. To retch when
vomiting.
Golora. To run hither and
thither, as wild cattle. Go
golora le pu, to speak much;
to lengthen out talk.
Golots. Perf of golola.
Glwa. Pass, o/gla. Oa glwa
ke diy, he now dislikes the
food which he formerly liked.
Goma. To work beads, etc., into
a pattern; to make ornamental
work of brass, etc. Go goma
ka tlhg, to assent by nodding
the head. Go goma marap,
to be fat. Used of cattle.
GoM=Leshom.
Gmla. Oa gmla go shwa,
he is very ill and near death.
but will most likely recover.
Gomile. 0 gomile go shwa, he
was very ill, and near death,
but recovered.
Gomodicwe. Perf. pass. of
gomotsa.
Gomola=Gomotsa.
Gomotsa. To comfort.
Gomotsanya. To comfort one
another.
Gomotsga. To become com-
forted.
Gompiyeno. To-day.
Gona. To draw in, as a hand,
or foot. Ga gona sep, there
is nothing. Ga gona op, there
is nobody.
Gna. There; thence. 0 la a
cwa gna, he came thence.
Ke tla ea gna, I will go there.
Batho ba gna, there are people.
Ke gna, therefore. Ke gna
ke ren, or ke gna ka re,
wherefore I say. Ke gna ba
tlan, now they come. Also=
Gona.
Gonama. To be discontented,
or unhappy.
Gone Really!
Gonne. Because. Ka gonne,
because. Also perf. of gona.
Gonnye. Go le gonnye, a little.
Written also, go nnye.
Gonoga. To die. Used of a
person who has long been
sick, and an animal very thin
through hunger or sickness.
Gonogile. Perf of gonoga. E
gonogile=E omeletse; it is
wasted away.
GNKLLA=Knatlla, Int.
GoNola. To kill by throttling
or choking.
GNTLLA=Knatlla, Int.


Gontse, or Gontse, It is. Gontse
yan ? How is it ? mo go ntsen
yana, thus ; in this manner.
Gonya. To hook out; to pick
out with a knife; to scrape, or
draw out with a stick; to pluck
out. Pass, gonwa.
Gonye. See Gonnye.
Gonyla. To peep out and dis-
appear again.
Gonyetsa. To draw back after
peeping out.
Gonwa. Pass, of goma, and
gonya.
Gonwe. Perhaps. Go gonwe,
somewhere. Hel gonwe, a
certain place, one place. Ka
gonwe, at once, at one time, in
one case, together, because.
Ekare gonwe, lest. Gonwe
hla, just the same. Gonwe le
gonwe, whithersoever.
Gopa. To remove, or brush up,
as rubbish, loose grass, etc.
Gpa. To suck out, or draw out
matter from an abscess; to
suck up, as cattle drinking a
small quantity of water; to
keep silence, and refuse to tell
the news.
Go pane. An iguana living away
from water. Part, o and a.
Gop, or ka gop. Never; not
at all (used in negative sen-
tences). Esen ka gop, not at
all.
Gopisa. To drive away by
causing to run very fast.
GP. A large pit for trapping
game.
Gopodisa. To cause to think;
to cause to meditate.
Gopola. To think; to meditate.
Gopolsga. To be conceiv-
able ; to be reasonable.
Go pots a=Gopodisa.
Gopots. Perf. of gopola.
Gra. To bring near to death ;
to scrape a thing with a finger,
and then lick the finger. Perf.
gorile.
Gore. That; in order that. It
is followed by verbs ending in
, and having altered accents.
Gore ke bon, that I may see.
Gore ke tie ke utlw, that I
may hear.
Gorga. To be near to death ;
to be about to die. Go gorga
mathe. Used of a person who
has talked much, an£ is dry-
mouthed in consequence.
Grga. To arrive; to finish a
journey.
Grgla. To arrive at.
Grglwa. 0 la a grglwa
ke tsala ea gagw, he was
visited by his friend.
Gorogetse. Perf. o/grgla.
Gorogile. Perf. o/grga.
Gorola. To look earnestly at,
or with an intense gaze.
Gorolla. To look earnestly at.
Go gorolla matlh, to look ear-
nestly at, to fix the eyes upon.
Goromla. To rush out in a
crowd ; to gush out in a
stream.
Goromeleditse. Perf. of goro-
meletsa. O re se goromele-
ditse, he has poured it out upon
us.
Goromeletsa. To make to rush
out to; to cause to gush out
into. Go di goromeletsa mo
lesaken, to make them rush
into the kraal.
Gorometsa. To cause to gush
out; to cause to rush out.
Gorometsga. To become
rushed out; to become gushed
out.
Gorosa. To cause to arrive ; to
bring home, as cattle.
Gorotsha=Gorosa.
Gosetsa. To suck marrow out
of a bone; to keep back a part,
as of money when giving, or
cattle when lending ; to pull in
a long rope; to pull or draw
beads together on a string, or
anything threaded; to eat or
drink several portions of food
or drink.


Gosha. Lately; anew.
Gosheu. White. Go le goshen,
or go le go sheu, it was white.
Goshma. To totter, as a pole
abont to fall; to shake from
looseness; to be agitated, as
by startling news.
Goshumetsa. To cast down; to
pour cjpwn ; to push down, as
a tree, etc.
Goshumetsga. To fall down,
as a tree.
Gosi. ^ Only. Ke gna gosi,
that is all.
Gota. To have criminal inter-
course. A low word, used as a
curse.
Gotediwa. Pass, o/gtetsa.
Gtla. To become hot.
Gtlla. To burn, or strike
upon, as the suns heat.
Gtetsa. To make hot; to cause
to be hot.
Gotetse. Perf. of gtla. Tek
e e gotetsen, a burning, or
fiery trial.
Gotlha. To rub one thing
against another; to polish by
rubbing; to burnish; to file
down; to wear smooth by rub-
bing. Pass. gotlhiwa, and
gotlhwa. Go gotlha tshipi ka
lencw, to file down iron with a
stone.
Gotlhanya. To polish, or make
smooth two things by rubbing
them against each other. Go
gotlhanya diatla, to rub the
hands together.
Gotlhe. All; entirely; alto-
gether.
Gotlhla. To file, or rub a
thing on.
Gotlhetsa. To rub with palm
of hand, or sole of foot; to rub
a thing between the hands.
Gotlhiwa. Pass, of gotlha.
Gotlhla. To cough.
Gotlhwa. Pass. 0/gotlha.
Gotola. Go gotola matlhd, to
glare, as an angry man.
Gotolla. Go gotolla matlh,
to glare at; to fix the eyes on
in anger.
Gotsa. To light a fire; to make
a fire after a light has been
obtained.
Gotsicwe. Perf. pass. 0/gotsa.
Gotsitse. Perf of gotsa.
Gotsiwa. Pass, of gotsa.
Gouda. Gold (hybrid).
Gu. Thou.
Gwaea. To beckon, or mak
signs with the hand; to pay
out, or pull in, a rope.
Gwala. Ke tla gwala kgl
kwa go nna, I will pull the
rhiem in towards myself. Ke
tla gwala kgol kwa go na, I
will pay the rhiem out towards
him.
Gwaila. To look intently.
Gwailla. Go gwailla matlh,
to look intently at.
Gwalala. To stretch up on tip-
toe ; to exalt oneself, as one
who takes his own course and
refuses to listen to advice or
evidence; to hasten.
Gwalalla. To stretch up to,
or for. Go gwalalla kwa
godimo, to stretch up in order
to reach something high.
Gwalatsa. Go gwalatsa matlb,
to fix the eyes stedfastly; to
look earnestly.
Gwanta. To be wilful; to con-
duct oneself in a defiant or
impudent manner; to walk
proudly.
Gwasa. To make a noise like
that of water falling over
stones.
Gwasisa. Caus. of gwasa.
Gwatlla. To pursue a fleeing
person eagerly; to leave others
behind in a pursuit.
Gwla. To copulate. Used of
a bull.
Gweletlha. To speak about
what one does not know or
understand.
Gwlwa. To copulate. Used
of a cow.


Gweretlha=Gweletlha.
Gwerisa. To circumcise. A
word only found in books.
Gwtla. To bleat, as a goat;
to bawl, as a child.
Gwtlha. To beckon ; to make
signs with hands, eyes, etc.
Gwetsa. To swallow; to bolt,
as food; to swallow anything
chewed, or that is difficult to
swallow.
H.
Ha. If; that; here ; on; par-
ticle of hel ; to give food to;
to give aims. Ha esi, except.
Hel ha, this place.
Hacwa. Pass, of hapa.
Hadima. To run fast, and soon
disappear.
Haeaha=Gaeaga.
Haga. To pour meal, coffee,
etc. into boiling water; to hold
back, or keep back, as a person
from quarrelling, or a child
from a fire.
Hagiwa. Pass. of haga.
Hagola. To castrate.
Hahama. To be convulsed, as
when the arms are thrown out
by one startled, or when water
is thrown on one in a faint.
Hahamisa. Caus. of hahama.
Hah amos a=Hahamisa.
Haharga. To give off particles
or fragments, as a piece of iron
beaten by a smith; to break off
into small pieces, as a hard
thing beaten with a hammer,
etc.
Hahetlha. To toss about, as
the wind.
Haka. To extol; to praise; to
commend; to flatter.
Hakuha. To use, or keep a
thing beyond the time for
which it was lent, and without
the lenders permission.
Hala. To scrape with a knife;
to scratch out with a penknife;
to pcrape a pot; to boast over
another on account of superior
possessions.
Haladiwa. Pass, of halatsa.
Halala. To become scattered;
to spread itself; to become
spread, or scattered abroad.
Halatsa. To spread abroad
actively; to scatter. Caus. of
halala.
Hale. Yonder. Ka hale, yon-
der.
Haletse. Perf. 0/halala.
Halodisa. To cause to escape;
to rescue, or cause to escape;
to see, or hear indistinctly.
Halola. To escape when
hemmed in, or surrounded;
to break through and escape.
Go halola mo, to escape from.
Halolola. To rectify; to set
right, as badly done work; to
leave one position, in giving
evidence, and take up another.
Hamola. To cut, or chop off a
shoulder of meat; to open the
eyes wide ; to put, or push the
hair back off the forehead.
Hanka. To walk slowly, with
legs far apart.
Hanyahanya. To be weak-
sighted. A ga a hanyahanye P
does he not see even a little P
Used of a person with weak
eyes.
Haologa. To roar, as a lion.
Hapa. To bind into a bundle;
to wrap round; to wrap.
Pass, hapiwa.
Hapaana. To alternate; to take
turns; to differ, as stories.
Hapaanya. To cause to alter-
nate.
Hapaanye. Perf. of hapaanya.
Ba hapaanye mo tselen, they
have crossed, or missed each
other in the road.
Hapaka. To bind round, or
wrap round thoroughly.
Hapana. See Hapaana.
Hapanya. See Hapaanya.
Hapha. To chop, or cut into


pieces lengthwise; to. walk
with turned out toes.
Haphola. To strike with the
open hand; to slap.
Hapoga. To turn out of a path ;
to go astray; to turn aside. 0
la a hapoga tsela ea gagw, he
turned out of his path.
Hapogla. To turn back into a
path. Ke le ka hapogla mo
tselen e, I turned into this
path. Go hapogla kwa go
bna, to turn aside to them.
Hapolola. To unbind; to un-
wrap.
Haposa. Caus. of hapoga. To
cause to turn aside. O tla gu
haposa tsela, he will turn you
out of the path.
Haposicwe. Perf. pass, of ha-
posa.
Hapositse. Perf. of haposa.
0 gu hapositse tsela, he has
turned you out of the path.
Hara. A father; my father
when speaking to him ; to
bring forth the inferior ears of
corn; to put a child on a lap.
Harahara. To spread all over;
to cover; to surround on all
sides ; to go into all parts; to
go through and through.
Haraharwa. Pass, of harahara.
Harahere. Perf. of harahara.
Harago. Thy father.
Haragw. His father; her
father.
Haralala. To be in a slanting
position; to be felt across the
body, as a pain.
Haran a=Rarana.
H ar a N Y a=Rarany a.
Haratlhatlhanya. To make
into a state of confusion; to
put things in a disorderly state;
to do work in an untidy man-
ner; to talk indirectly, and
not in a straightforward man-
ner.
Hare. My fatherwhen speak-
ing to him.
Harecwe. Perf. pass, of harla.
E harecwe, it is hindered in
the birth.
Harla. To hinder in the birth.
Harologana. To differ from.
Harologanya. To distinguish;
to discern. Go harologanya
mo, to distinguish between.
Harologanye. Perf. of harolo-
gana. E harologanye mo go e
nwe, it differs from the other.
Harologanyetsa. To dis-
tinguish for ; to explain for.
Harwa. Pass, of hara.
Hata. To burrow; to scratch a
hole, as a dog; to take soil out
of a hole.
Hatalala. To become stretched
wide apart, as the legs; to
stretch out wide apart.
Hatalatsa. To cause to stretch
wide out.
Hatlha. To dazzle.
Hatlhga. To become dazzled.
Go hatlhga matlh, to have
the eyes dazzled.
Hatlholola. To lift up the
eyelid in order to take some-
thing out of the eye.
Hatlhwa. Pass, of hatlha. Go
hatlhwa ke, to be dazzled
hy.
Hatoga. To be rent asunder;
to be cracked, as a cup, wall,
etc.; to be split, as a reed.
Hatogana. To be split asunder
lengthwise.
Hatoganya. To cut asunder
lengthwise ; to split down the
middle. 0 la a di hatoganya
dimati, he split them up into
planks.
H atol a=Hatoganya.
Hatsa. To split by cutting; to
cut by, splitting; to overcome
difficulties, Int.
He. Setlharo for re. An ex-
clamation equal to, O you
there When affixed to the
particles it expresses which.
Dilo dihe ? which things ? Pi-
tse ehe ? which horse ?
Hea. To overcome in talk; to


convince by argument; to con-
vict. Perf. hile. Pass. hiwa.
Hecwe. See Heecwe.
Hedile. Perf. o/hla.
Hedisa. Caus. of hla.
Heecwe. Perf. pass, of hla.
Hla. To sweep; to sweep
up.
Hlga. To become swept.
Hlwa. Pass, o/hla.
Heglwa. To be out of breath;
to pant.
Hgelwa= Heglwa.
Hegoha. To look round quickly
or excitedly ; to take hold of a
thing quickly.
Hegola. To take anything on
the point of a knife, or horn;
to rise up, or repeat, as food
after a hasty meal.
Hhra. To shake up, so as to
separate the husks of mealies,
etc., after stamping.
Heheutlha. To toss, or drive
about, as wind; to sway, or
move about, as the wind a
candle.
Heho. Easy; light. Go heho
gohe ? which is easier ?
Hehoga. To come, or go quickly.
HEHOHA=Hehohatsa.
Hehohala. To become light;
used of weight.
Hehohatsa. To make light;
used of weight.
Heka. To copulate. Used of a
dog or horse.
Hekeediwa. Pass, o/hekeetsa.
Hekeetsa. To be too strong
for; to prevail against.
Hekla. To give a larger por-
tion to.
Hekwa. To copulate. Used of
a bitch, or mare.
Hla. See Hla. Ho, you
there! to vanish; to come to
an end ; to perish; again ;
only ; still.
Hllwa. Ba le ba hllwa ke
diy, their food was exhausted.
Hele. Gohele=Gohele.
Heleka. Go heleka pu, to
speak so as to conceal ones
meaning.
Hel. A place. Hel ha, this
place. Hel gonwe, a certain
place, somewhere. Hel hon,
that place.
Hema. To defend oneself; to
avoid blows; to parry.
HMA=Hglwa.
Hemla. To defend another;
to parry blows aimed at an-
other.
Hemlwa. Pass, of hemla.
Henoga. To be thrown over.
Henola. To lift up; to tilt up;
to lift up and throw over.
Henosa. To lift up in order to
look under.
Hentsha. Caus. of henya.
Hents. Perf. of henya.
Henya. To conquer.
Henyetsa. To conquer for.
Henwa. Pass, of henya.
Hpa. To entice ; to coax with
a view to deceive; to irritate
with a view to making angry.
Hepenyetsa. To annoy in order
to pick a quarrel.
Hpha. To bewitch ; to injure
by medicine; to curse, as a
woman striking the ground
with her apron, and calling
for evil upon ; to go among
children indecently exposed,
and thus bring evil on them.
Hepisa. Caus. of hpa. Go
hepisa mahoko, to entice an-
other to speak. Go hepisa
ntwa, to incite to war.
Hfra. To make a hedge; to
hedge round.
Hra. To bend down, as a finger
when counting; to bend, as a
leg.
Herekana. To make a false
statement; to be false; to be
deceitful.
Herekanla. To be false to.
Heresa. To frequent a place ;
to loiter about without an ob-
ject.
Heretlha. To disturb; to con-


fuse; to cause a disturbance or
insurrection.
Heretlhga. To be disturbed;
to become confused.
Herikgon. Kgwedi ea Heri-
kgon, the month of January.
Heroga. Go heroga sebete, to
feel sick, or squeamish; to be
about to vomit.
Hesa. To let a calf out to drink
at milking time.
Heta. To pass; to pass on; to
pass by; to pass away; to sur-
pass.
Hetana. To pass each other.
Hetahetana. To vary in length
or height.
Hetecwe. 0 hetecwe, she has
miscarried.
Hetla. To spread, as a di-
sease ; to pass on to. O la a
hetla kwa go m. on wag we, he
went on to his master. Go he-
tla pele, or, go hetla kwa
pele, to go forward, to pass on
in front.
Hetile. Perf. of heta. Ka
tshipi e e hetilen, on last Sun-
day.
Hetisa. To cause to miscarry.
Used of a woman. To go be-
yond. O la a hetisa lobaka,
he went beyond the time; to
cause to pass by.
Htlha. To rub between the
hands; to strike, as a match;
to kindle a light by rubbing
two sticks together; to bore a
hole by rubbing an augur be-
tween the hands. Go htlha
mashi, to rub milk between
the hands so as to make it
froth.
Hetlhga. To become soft, as
flour, or well cooked meat.
Htlhwa. Pass, o/htlha.
Hetoga. To become changed;
to alter ones mind; to re-
lent.
Hetola. To change actively; to
answer a letter, or something
spoken.
Hetolana. Go hetolana nab,
to reason with them.
Hetolwa. To be changed by
another.
Hetsa. To finish; to complete;
to cause to vanish.
Hetwa. Pass, of heta.
Hibidu. Red.
Hidika. To roll a thing ; to
roll a thing over.
Hidikla. To roll a thing to.
Hidikolocw. Rolled away.
Hidikologa. To become rolled
over.
Hidikolola. To roll away; to
roll back.
Higitlhanya. To crush ; to
destroy effectively; to crush in
the hand; to crush under the
foot by rubbing.
Hihala. To become dark ; to
be darkened; to become
eclipsed.
Hika. See Lehika.
Hile. Perf. of ha, and hea.
Hina. To take anything be-
tween the finger and thumb;
to take a pinch of snuff; to
pinch.
Hisa. To cause to burn. Go
hisa ntlo, to burn a house.
Hisicwe. Perf pass, of hisa.
Hisiwa. Pass, of hisa.
Hitlha. To arrive; to arrive
at, or reach. Go hitlha mo, to
arrive at, or in. Go hitlha kwa,
to arrive at; to hide; to bury.
Hitlhalana. To arrive after
each other; to arrive in suc-
cession.
Hitlhga. To become hidden.
Hitlhla. To overtake; to
come upon ; to meet with, the
one having preceded the other.
Hitlhlwa. To be overtaken.
Hitlhisa. Caus. 0/hitlha.
Hitlhola. To break the fast in
the morning; to eat breakfast.
Hitlhwa. Pass, of hitlha.
Hiwa. Pass, of ha and hea.
Hoahoa. To go about in an
excited or angry manner.


Hoahoga ==Hoahoa.
Hocwe. Perf pass, of hola.
Hodile. Perf of hla.
Hodisa. To cause to heal; to
cure.
Hoha. To fly.
Hohodi. Vryburg.
Hohoma. To be full, as the
heart; to become full, as a
rising river.
Hohomisa. To make full.
Hohomoga=Gogomoga.
Hohonyetsa. To whisper to ;
to tell a thing secretly to.
Hohora. To brush, or rub off,
as dust off a person.
H0H0RGA=Haharga.
Hohorla. To brush off for, or
to; to help with, or give a
little that remains. Used of
grain.
Hohotsa. To kill a weak or
helpless animal.
HoHUHALA=Houhala.
HoHUHATSA=Houhataa.
HoHUHETSE=Houhetse.
Hohuhologa=Houhologa.
H0HUH0L0LA=H0uh0l0la.
Hoiha. A shout of triumph, or
joy-
Hoka. To blow, as the wind.
Hokisa. Caus. o/hoka.
Hokoletsa. To diminish for.
Hokotsa. To diminish by tak-
ing out; to lessen; to subtract.
Hokotsegile. E hokotsegile,
it is better, as a sickness ; it is
diminished.
Hocwa. Pass, o/hoka.
Hkwana. A kind of shrub.
Hola. To surround ; to encir-
cle; to thresh, sitting round;
to thresh with horses or oxen.
Perf. hots.
Hla. To heal, or become
healed; to recover from sick-
ness ; to become cool. Perf.
hodile.
Holodisa. To cause to mis-
carry, or abort. Used of ani-
mals.
Hologa. To descend. 0 la a
hologa lencw, or o la a hologa
mo lencwen, he came down
from the mountain.
Hologla. Go hologla mo, to
go down to.
Hololla. To string beads,
etc.; to push, or put one thing
through another.
Holosa. To cause to descend.
Holotsa. To abort. Used of
animals.
Holwa. Pass, o/hola.
Hma. To rub with much fat;
to lubricate; to prepare an
arrow by rubbing poison round
the tip.
Homilwe. Perf. pass, of hma.
Homola. To rest from work for
a while. Used only of work.
Homotsa. Caus. 0/homola.
Hon. There; thence; then; at
that time. Mo helon hon, in
that place.
Hoo=Hon.
Hopha. To smite with a hand;
to strike with a hand.
Hophola. To grope in the dark
for a thing whose whereabouts
is not known. Go hophola mo
sehuben, to feel or grope in
the bosom.
Hopholsga. To become
feelable, or searchable. Used
of the light at dawn.
Hopholetsa. To feel for, or
grope for in the dark; to
search into a difficult matter;
to do something at a venture,
or on a chance of succeeding;
to call a person when not cer-
tain where he is.
Hora. To tell lies to; to de-
ceive by lying; to hoax; to
deceive by promising and not
performing. Pass, horwa.
Hra. To dress, or,curl the hair.
Horga. To be puffed up with
pride ; to think a great deal of
oneself.
Horilwe. Perf. pass, of hora.
Horka. To be of no use, or
profit. Dikgomo dia mphor-


ka, the oxen are of no nse or
profit to me.
Hrla. To smear a sick per-
son with moshwan, as a doctor.
Hrsla. To run out or in
slowly, as sand into a hole, or
grain from a sack; to trickle
down, as grain.
Horosetsa. Caus. of hrsla.
To pour grain, etc., out slowly;
to squander.
Hosa. To miss the aim; to fail
in ones object or purpose. Go
lpa kago hosa, to ask without
obtaining.
Hotlha. To strip off leaves or
small branches with the hand.
Hots. Perf. o/hola.
Houhala. To become blind.
Houhatsa. To make blind.
Houhetse. Perf. of houhala.
0 houhetse, he is blind.
Houhologa. To recover sight
after being blind.
Hou=Hon.
Hube. A small bird, scarlet,
with black head in winter.
Hubela. To be red.
Hubidu. Red.
Hucwla. To stir up cooked
porridge into which milk has
been poured.
Hudile. Perf. of hula.
Hudua. To agitate; to stir up;
to trouble.
Huduga. To be agitated; to
be troubled.
Huduga. To remove ones resi-
dence ; to depart, Go huduga
mo, to depart from.
Hudugla. Go hudugla mo,
to remove to a place.
Hudugile. Perf. 0/huduga.
Huduile. Perf. of hudua.
Huduiwa. Pass, of hudua.
Hudula. To expel; to banish
from home, or country; to
drive away. Used of a large
number.
Hudusa=Hudutsha.
Hudusetsa. To cause to remove
ones residence.
Hudutsha. Caus. of hudula.
Hudutshiwa. Pass, of hudu-
tsha.
Huhana. To be jealous; to be
jealous of each other.
Huhantsha. To make each
other jealous.
Huhanya. To make jealous; to
stir up to jealousy or quarrels.
Huhanyetsa. To be jealous for.
Huhudisa. To cause to per-
spire.
Huhula. To perspire.
Huhumla. To go under, as
uuder a low tree; to creep
through wire fencing; to go
through a low doorway; to
mark an animal by cutting a
notch or scallop in the lower
part of an ear.
Huhumetsa. To cause to go
under; to put uuder.
Huhutsa. To search.
Huhutse. Perf. of huhula.
Hula. To graze; to pluck
fruit; to fire with a gun and
hit; to shoot with a bow. Go
hula mo, to pluck from.
Hulaotsa. To throw to a dis-
tance.
Hulara. To turn the back; to
follow after; to come next in
succession; to look straight
ahead; to return ; to depart.
Go hulara mo, to return
from.
Hularla. To turn away from ;
to turn the back upon. Ba le
ba mo hularla, they turned
their backs on him.
Hularon. See Sehularon.
Hulatsha. To hold a thing up-
side down, as a book.
Hulla. Bei. o/hula. Go hu-
lla kgakala, to graze far, etc.
Hulere. Perf. of hulara.
Hulwa. Pass, o/hula.
Huma. To become rich; to strip
or peel off bark.
Humanga. To become poor.
Humanegile. Perf. of human-
ga.


Human egisa. To make poor;
to cause to become poor.
Humile. Perf. o/huma.
Humolotshga. To become
very rich; to be steeped in
riches.
Huna. To tie a knot. Huna
boyan, to tie a knot in grass.
Huna lecwele, to clench the
fist.
Hunagana. To become tied
together.
Hunaganya. To tie together;
to unite by tying.
Hunaganye. Perf. of hunagana.
Hunaganyetsa. To bring for-
ward false evidence against.
0 la a mo hunaganyetsa ka
maaka, he bound him round
by false evidence.
Hunla. To tie two strings to-
gether.
Hunologa. To become untied.
Hunolola. To untie; to un-
fasten ; to unloose.
Hupa. To drink a little ; to take
a mouthful of liquid ; to suck
in ; to absorb. Go hupa mea,
to become suffocated.
Huparla. To clasp; to close
one8 hand on something; to
hold fast to old customs.
Hupedicwe. O la a hupedicwe
ka go siana, he was out of
breath by racing.
Hupediwa. Pass, of hupetsa.
Ke hupediwa ke, 1 am
smothered by; I am suffo-
cated by.
Hupla. To be smothered; to
be suffocated; to be choked;
to be stifled.
Hupetsa. To smother; to suf-
focate ; to choke ; to stifle.
Hupologa. To recover breath;
to take breath ; to rest.
Hupolola. To give a breathing
time.
Huporola. To unclose ones
clenched hand; to let go some-
thing from a clenched hand.
Huka. To chew hard sub-
stances, as berries, etc.; to eat
mealies, as a horse.
Huranya. Go huranya mn, to
gnash the teeth.
Husa. To be about to dry up,
as a milch cow; to begin to
forsake a calf.
Husetsa. To drive away, as a
cow her calf when weaning it.
Huta. To eat fast. Used of
soft food.
Hutagana. To become bowedr
or bent down.
Hutagancwe. Perf. pass. of
hutagana. Ke hutagancwe ke
pobol, I am bent down, or
cramped up by sickness.
Hutaganya. To bend down
actively; to cause to bend
down, or bow down.
Hutga. To gather into a heap;
to become heaped up.
Hutlha. To thin by plucking
out or off.
Hutsa. To curse a person by
calling for evil to come upon
him. Perf hutsitse; Pass.
hutsiwa.
Hutsahala. To grieve; to sor-
row ; to mourn.
Hutsahalla. To grieve for.
Huts ah ats A. Caus. of hutsa-
hala.
Hutsahetse. Perf. of hutsahala.
Hutsanya. To curse each other.
Hutse. A hat (hybrid).
Hutsicwe. Perf. pass, of hutsa.
Go hutsicwe ke, to be cursed
by.
Hutsitse. Perf. of hutsa.
Hutsiwa. Pass, of hutsa.
Hwibidu. Red.
I.
Iba. To float, or sail with un-
bended wings, as a hawk ; to
steal, Int. Go iba ditsb, to
sit with the head bent, and in
a listening attitude and with*


out speaking; to listen patient-
ly, only answering after
reflection; to refuse to listen
when spoken to, and pass on
without answering.
Ichaia. To be naked; to be ex-
posed ; to be destitute; to
have nothing.
Ichemola. To cut off all ones
hair ; to make oneself bald.
Ichka. To restrain oneself; to
make oneself patient; to en-
dure; to make an effort; to
persevere.
Ichkamisa. To make oneself
crooked.
Ichkla. To bear with; to
endure. Go ichkla bokhu-
tlon, to endure to the end.
Ichqlohla. To hope in one-
self.
Ichpara. To fold ones cloak
across the chest by folding
ones arms in it.
Ichphlla. To climb up spi-
rally, as a snake, or creeping
plant; to go up spirally; to
twine oneself in and out, as a
creeping plant when climbing.
Ichopodiaganya. To be intri-
cate, as a winding road; to be
involved, as a muddled up
speaker.
Ichuba. To hide oneself. From
shuba.
Ichubachuba. To have a habit
of hiding oneself.
Ichublla. To force oneself
in; to intrude oneself upon.
Ichukla. To press oneself
into with difficulty, as into a
narrow space, or a crowd.
Ichukunyets a=Ichukla.
Ichunuka. To change ones
position, as a sick person; to
move about from side to side,
as a restive horse when tied
up; to sway oneself from side
to side, as a person in deep
grief.
Ichupa. To bear witness to one-
self.
Ichupetsa. To show oneself
to.
Ichushutsa. To move about
restlessly, as a fastened ani-
mal.
Ichutlha. To rub oneself when
itching; to rub something off
oneself.
Ichwalalla. Rejl. of shwala-
lla.
Ichwalella. Rejl. of shwale-
lla.
Ichwaralana. To forgive each
other.
Ichwarecwe. Per/, pass, of
ichwarla. Dibe tsa gago di
ichwarecwe, your sins are for-
given.
Ichwarla. To forgive.
Ichwarlana. To forgive each
other.
Ichwarlwa. To be forgiven.
Ichwaretse. Per/, of ichwa-
rla.
Ichwla. To die to oneself.
Ichwenya. To tease oneself.
Icoka. To swish, or swing a
tail about, as a horse.
Icoketsa. To turn a corner; to
turn out of sight, as at a bend
in a road, or behind a tree.
Tsela ea icoketsa, the road
makes a bend.
Icokodia. To go round about;
to go by a circuitous path.
Icma. To go round about from
place to place, as one visiting
in a town, or seeking lost
cattle.
Icubula. To turn away the
ears ; to turn away the head.
Icukula. To gargle; to wash
out ones mouth.
Icukunya=Icukula.
Icule. Per/, of icwa.
Icwa. To confess; to make a
clean breast of it; to condemn
oneself by ones own confes-
sion. Per/, itule and icule.
Idibaditse. Per/, o/idibatsa.
Idibadiwa. Pass, o/idibatsa.
Idibala. To faint; to have a fit.


Idibatsa. To cause to faint.
Idibetse. Perf. of idibala. E
idibetse hla. Used of an
animal dying, but not quite
dead.
Idibologa. To recover from a
faint, or a fit.
Idicwe. Perf. o/idiwa.
Idile. Perf of ila.
lDiMOLA=Edimola.
Iditse. Perf. of itsa.
Idiwa. Pass, of itsa.
Ikadisa. To make oneself trou-
blesome, or obnoxious.
Ikaea. To think oneself; to
regard oneself as being. O la
a ikaea a sa itse sep, he re-
garded himself as one who
knew nothing.
Ikaga. To lean oneself back
against; to rest upon, or
against; to recover from sick-
ness, and be able to sit up a
little. Go ikaga mo, to rest
upon.
Ikalla. To intend ; to pur-
pose ; to determine; to re-
solve ; to will.
Ikaeletse. Perf. of ikalla.
Ikaga. To build oneself up.
Ikakabatsa. To mislead, or
confuse oneself; to cause one-
self to doubt.
Ikakga. To leave a place, or
people, and go fa.r away.
Ikalla. To spread out for
oneself.
Ikalosa. To become clean after
menstruation.
Ikama. To live together on
friendly terms; to be confede-
rate ; to have to do with ; to
be parallel with.
Ikamile. Perf. of ikama. Ba
le ba ikamile lewatle, they
were by the sea. E e ikamilen
lehatshe, that which is parallel
with the land.
Ikamaganya le. To be on
friendly terms with; to be
friendly with.
Ikamisa. To ca^.s? oneself to
touch ; to concern oneself
about.
Ikana. To swear; to take an
oath; to make a vow; to de-
termine with oneself.
Ikanamolola. To raise oneself
up from lying on the back.
Ikanla. To take an oath
against; to swear to.
Ikanisa. To cause to swear; to
adjure.
Ikanne. Perf. 0/ikana.
Ikan. An oath; a vow. Pl.
maikan.
Ikants. Perf. o/ikanya.
Ikantsha. To cause to trust.
Ikanya. To trust; to trust in;
to confide in ; to suck oneself,
as a cow sometimes does.
Ikanyologa. To cease to trust;
to mistrust; to distrust.
Ikanwa. To be faithful; to be
trusted.
Ikapaea. To drink something
hot, so as to induce perspira-
tion; to foment oneself with
hot water.
Ikapesa. To clothe oneself; to
dress oneself.
Ikapola. To undress oneself.
Ikaea. To cause oneself to
bleed freely; to lance oneself
so that matter may come out
freely.
Ikarabla. To answer for one-
self.
Ikarabl. An answer; an
answering for oneself.
Ikarametsa. To sit to be doc-
tored.
Ikatga. Properly covered
about the private parts. O sa
ikatga, he is not properly
covered about the private
parts ; he is indecently exposed.
Ikatisa. To subdue oneself; to,
conquer ones tendencies.
Ikha. To abstain from doing;
to avoid; to give up doing.
Ikla. To withdraw oneself.
Go ikla kwa, to cause oneself
to go to.
u


Ikelamla. To refuse to give
testimony which might preju-
dice oneself.
Ikeledisa. To allow oneself to
float in running water; to go
down with a stream.
Ikemisetsa. To withstand.; to
set oneself against.
Ikpa. To separate oneself with
an evil motive or purpose; to
separate oneself from God; to
be ungodly.
Ikeola. To go aside from
others; to keep oneself aloof.
Iketla. To be at ease; to be
free from care; to pause. Go
iketla mo tlhabanon, to rest
from war. Iketla ke bu!
allow me to speak! wait while
I speak!
Iketleco. A preparation; a
readiness.
Iketleditse. Perf. 0/iketletsa.
Ke iketleditse go ea, I have
prepared to go, I am ready to
go-
Iketlediwa. Pass, of iketletsa.
Iketleletsa. To prepare one-
self for.
Iketletsa. To prepare for one-
self ; to prepare ones food for
a journey.
Iketlisa. To cause to be at ease.
Ikgabalatsa. To draw oneself
up arch-shaped; to haul up
with an arched back.
Ikgagamatsa. To stretch one-
self.
Irgakgamadisa. To cause one-
self to wonder; to pretend to
wonder.
Ikgagola. Go ikgagola diapar,
to tear ones clothes.
Ikgakisa. To pretend not to
know a person whom one knows
well. Go ikgakisa batho, to go
among people disguised.
Ikgakolola. To remind one-
self.
Ikgantsha. To vaunt or exalt
oneself; to cause oneself to
refuse ; to oppose oneself.
Ikgaogana. To separate one-
self ; to separate mutually.
Ikgaogantse. Perf. of ikgao-
ganya.
Ikgaoganya. To separate one-
self from others.
Ikgaoganye. Perf. of ikgaogana.
lKGAPA=Ikgapha.
Ikgapeletsa. Gq ikgapeletsa
tihd, to do the same thing over
and over again.
Ikgapha. To be temperate; to
restrain oneself.
Ikgara. To coil oneself up, as
a snake; to go in a winding
course; to meander, as a river.
Ikgaraganya. To coil oneself
up, as a dog.
Ikgasakanya. To make an im-
patient gesture and drive away.
Ikgata. To sink in water.
Ikgatlha. To please oneself.
Ikgelola. To wipe perspiration
off oneself with a hand.
Ikgere. Perf. of ikgara.
Ikgba. To be personally
humble.
Ikgbalatsa. To humble one-
self; to be hopelessly stub-
born; to cast oneself down in
stubbornness.
Ikgodisa. To exalt oneself.
Ikgogona. To withdraw one-
self ; to shrink back; to shun;
to avoid; to shrink away from.
Ikgogomosa. To raise oneself
up in pride; to puff oneself
up.
Ikgoha. To put away from one,
as a dog with a stick, or a
person with the hand.
Ikgokgolla. To labour for;
to toil for; to gain for oneself
by toil. =Ipapalla.
Ikgoletsa. Go ikgoletsa lecg,
to lift up ones own arm.
Ikgoloka. To form oneself into
a ball. Molel oa ikgoloka, the
fire rolls itself along, as of
reeds or tall grass burning.
Ikgolola. To release oneself;
to unbind oneself.


Ikgoma. To rub oneself with
much fat.
Ikgonne. Per/, of ikgona.
Ikgonyetsa. To draw back, as
one who was approaching. Go
ikgonyetsa tlhg, to show
ones head and draw it back,
as a tortoise.
Ikgopa. To cause oneself to
stumble; to be tripped up by
something one has put in the
way; to vex oneself.
Ikgra. To lick oneself, as a
dog its wound.
Ikgorisa. To satisfy oneself;
to satiate oneself.
Ikgoshola. To leave in a body;
to leave with all the things.
Ikgotetsa. To warm oneself;
to sun oneself.
Ikgotlha. To rub oneself, as
an ox against a chain.
Ikgwelea. To burden oneself.
Ikhha. To restrain oneself.
Ikhoha. To feed oneself by
putting com into the mouth
with a hand.
Ikhubga. To stoop, or bow
oneself down.
Ikhuna. To lie with legs and
arms drawn up; to be visible
for a long way, as a straight
road, or a railway track.
Ikhunla. To menstruate, Int.
Ikhurumetsa. To cover oneself
up.
Ikhutaganya. To draw oneself
up when sitting or lying.
Ikhutsa. To rest oneself.
Ikhutsitse. Per/, of ikhutsa.
Ikhwakhwala. To cling to
with legs or arms, as a child
to its mother.
Ikina. To dip oneself.
Ikinamolola. To lift oneself
up from a stooping posture.
Ikisa. To cause oneself to go.
Ikitleco. See Iketleco.
Ikitsa. To forbid oneself.
Ikitse. To know oneself.
Ikba. To bow oneself down;
to do homage; to look down
on one side, as when seeking
something.
Ikbla. To bow oneself down
to.
Ikka. To wait upon oneself in
sickness.
Ikkla. Ke ea go ikkla kwa
tshimon, I am going for my
healths sake to the garden.
Ikokobatsa. To press lightly
upon, as a pen in writing.
Ikokobetsa. To humble one-
self. Go ikokobetsa ka seha-
tlhg, to bow ones face to the
ground.
Ikokomla. To stoop to look;
to look down.
Ikktlla. To lean oneself
upon.
Ikokotleletsa. To lay up for
oneself; to give oneself to
accumulating.
Ikokotletse. Per/, of ikk-
tlla.
lKKWALA=Ikwakwala.
Ikomosa. To warm oneself.
Ikpa. To slap oneself. Go
ikpa serope, to slap oneself on
the thigh.
Ikpanya. Go ikpanya na, to
join oneself to him.
Ikta. Go ikta mogatla, to
wag the tail, as a dog; to
swish or swing the tail about,
as a cat, or tiger.
Ikotla. To sustain oneself.
Ikotlla. To bring up, or feed
for oneself.
Iktlla. To kick or struggle,
as a dying animal.
Ikotlile. Per/, of ikotla.
Iktllla. To stretch oneself
back or out; to stretch out the
arms, as from weariness.
Ikubula. Go ikubula dithole,
to throw dust on to oneself.
Ikucwa. To go off on the sly;
to steal away.
Ikudubatsa. To brush or shake
something off oneself. Go iku-
dubatsa dithole, to shake dust
off oneself.


Ikula. To call out to, or for
oneself.
IKUKGA=lkatga.
Ikukuna. To crawl, or creep
stealthily.
Ikukuntsha. To do anything
stealthily; to speak with de-
ceit.
Ikunwisa. To cause oneself to
bear fruit.
lKUNi;sA=Ikunwisa.
Ikutla. To withdraw oneself;
to lead a solitary life.
Ikutlwa. To hear or feel one-
self. Go ikutlwa Keresete, to
hear Christ.
Ikutlwla. To hear for one-
self.
Ikwakwala. To brace oneself
up ; to bind oneself round; .to
gird oneself; to put an outer
garment round the body; to
receive anything into the corner
of a kaross, and press it against
the side.
Ikwatlhaea. To repent; to be
sorry; to chastise oneself.
Ikwatlhala. To be sorry for;
to regret.
Ila. To hate; to abhor; to
abominate; to feel a repug-
nance to; to regard with super-
stitious fear or dread.
Ilana. To hate each other.
Ile. Perf. of ea.
Ilga. To become repugnant
to; to be hateful; to be hated.
Illa. To keep sacred certain
days, as after rain or the death
of a relative, by abstaining
from work. Go illa kgwedi,
to keep sacred the day after
the appearance of a new moon.
Illa lonia, to keep sacred the
day after rain has rallen.
Iletsa. To turn back, actively;
to hinder from proceeding; to
frustrate. Go iletsa rare, to
forbid altogether, or positively.
From itsa.
Ilwa. Pass, of ila.
I if a. Thick.
Imahadiwa. Pass, of imahatsa.
Imahala. To become thick.
Imahatsa. To make thick.
Imecwe. Perf. of imlwa. Ke
imecwe ke bork, I am over-
come by sleep.
Imla. To burden; to cumber ;
to overburden ; to overcome.
Imlwa. Pass, of imla.
Imeneka. To wriggle, as an
injured snake; to turn and
twist, as a road, stick, speech,
etc.
Imenekanya=Imeneka.
Imenoganya. To be changeable ;
to be capricious.
Imenola. To turn oneself back.
lMOLA=Imolola.
Imolola. To unburden; to
relieve from a burden.
Ina. To dip ; to dip in.
Inama. To bow down, bending
the back; to stoop; to stoop
down.
Inamalatsa. To stretch oneself
on the ground.
Inametsa. Go inametsa pelo,
to give oneself courage; to
encourage oneself.
Inamologa. To raise oneself
from a stooping posture.
Inanola. To raise oneself up,
as in sickness, or when about
to leap; to go without being
sent, or without authority.
Inatetsha. To please oneself.
Inla. To give oneself for, or
to. From naea.
Inlla. Go inlla mo
koloin, to give oneself to go
with a waggon.
Inga. Go inga tlhg, to
bow the head. Go inga tsb,
to incline the ear; to listen.
Inla. To put, or dip into
water; to soak for, or dip for ;
from ina. See also inla.
Ineneketsa. To take it easy;
to rest a bit.
Inka. Ink (hybrid).
Inkgakisa. Oa inkgakisa, he
refuses to recognise me; he


feigna to have forgotten me.
From gaka.
Inoga. To be taken out of water.
Inola. To take out, as a thing
under water.
INL ah ats a=Inlhatsa.
Inlhatsa. To make oneself
humble ; to humble oneself.
Inosa. To give oneself to drink.
Intatola. To deny oneself.
Intsha. To take oneself out.
Intsihala. See Ntsihala.
Inyac. A despising of oneself.
Inyatsa. To despise oneself.
Inyeletsa. To dive; to swim
under water.
Inala. To journey far; to delay,
or tarry a long time.
Inantla. To tie ones girdle
fast.
Inaporola. To unfasten oneself,
as from a thorn.
Inodisa. To humble oneself;
to fawn; to act the part of a
sycophant; to make oneself
miserable.
Intla. To make oneself small;
to humble oneself.
Inotlile. Perf. of intla.
Inwaea. To scratch oneself;
to rub oneself, as a horse
against a tree.
Ipaakants. Perf. o/ipaakanya.
Ipaakanya. To make oneself
ready.
IPAANYA=Ipaakanya.
Ipaea. To feign to be ; to pre-
tend to be; to put, or place
oneself. O la a ipaea bogale,
he pretended to be angry.
Ipapalla. To earn or gain
for oneself; to get gain for
oneself.
Ipapatha. To pass near, as to
a hill or river. Ba tla ipapatha
le noka, they will pass along
close to, or alongside of the
river.
Ipata. To make excuse; to
excuse oneself. To strike one-
self. From bata.
Ipatlla. To seek for oneself.
Ipeeletsa. To place something
on ones shoulder, as a cushion
under a burden.
Ipeen. Place, or take upon
yourselves.
Ipga. To be proud, and de-
spise others.
Ipeisa. To place, or set on one
side for oneself. Go ipeisa go
ya, to put aside eating.
Ipela. To rejoice ; to be glad.
Ipelahac. A glorifying of
oneself.
Ipelahatsa. To glorify oneself.
Ipella. To rejoice for, or be
glad of, as children welcoming
a returning parent.
Ipelepetla. To be very trouble-
some ; to behave very unrea-
sonably. 0 ipelepetla = O
bobeto.
Ipelesa. To burden oneself.
Ipeola. To shave oneself; to
cut ones beard. O la a ipeola
tlhg, he shaved his head.
Ipeots. Perf. of ipeola.
Ipeta. To hang oneself; to kill
oneself by hanging.
Ipetleka. To sit with legs
stretched apart.
Iphaka* To praise, or commend
oneself.
Iphala. To scrape oneself.
Iphala ditlhon, to become
shameless. O iphadile ditlhon,
he is shameless.
Iphantlisa. To cause oneself
to be spread abroad over a
wide space.
Iphapa. To bind, or wrap one-
self round. Go iphapa sehuba,
to wrap oneself round the chest.
Iphapaanya. To forbear; to
bear patiently. Go iphapaanya
le, to bear patiently with; to
keep at a distance from and
avoid.
Iphapha. To stand, or place
oneself side by side with an-
other; to stand in a row, as
soldiers or runners; to be in a
row, as fingers. Go iphapha


mo bathun, to separate oneself
from people.
Iphara. To sit with folded legs;
to lie across each other, as
folded legs, rocks, etc.; to
branch out, as corn stalks j to
stay, and not return, when sent
with a message.
Iphatlola. Go iphatlola tlhg,
to trouble oneself, or ones
mind by much speaking.
Iphemla. To defend oneself.
Iphra. To sit with bent
legs.
Iphtlha. To covet; to desire
to have; to desire to provoke
a quarrel. 0 la a iphtlba ka
bna, he desired to provoke a
quarrel by means of them. 0
la a iphtlha ka dil tsa bna,
he coveted their things.
Iphetola. To change oneself;
to prepare to be.
Iphimola. To wipe off oneself.
Go iphimola dikeledi, to wipe
off ones own tears.
Iphitlha. To hide oneself.
Iphitlhla. To hide oneself
from.
Iphokaphokisa. To go out into
the fresh air, as a sick man.
Iphokisa. Go iphokisa pheh,
to cool oneself in a wind when
in a perspiration.
Iphora. To deceive oneself.
Iphra. To dress ones hair.
Iphrla. To smear, or wash
ones hands or face with milk,
so as to remove dirt.
Iphotlha. To smear ones face
with fat, so as to make it shine.
IPHUMiSETSA=Ithelesetsa.
Iphuthla. To gather to, or
for oneself.
Ipidikanya. To roll, or turn
oneself over ; to roll over and
over, as a horse.
Ipipa. To cover oneself; to hide
ones nakedness. Go ipipa
matlh, to cover ones eyes.
Ipipolola. To uncover oneself.
Ipitla. To rub ones eye.
Ipobola. To confess; to ac-
knowledge.
Ipodisa. To corrupt oneself.
Ipha. To bind oneself up; to
menstruate.
Iphla. To bind oneself up
for; to bind for oneself.
Ipoka. To fan oneself; to fan
off flies by swishing the tail
about. Ipoka dintsi, to flap
flies off oneself.
Ipokalatsa. To assume a sleepy
aspect, or posture.
Ipolaisa. Go ipolaisa tlala, to
kill oneself with hunger.
Ipolla. To tell of oneself; to
acknowledge; to confess.
Ipna. To see oneself.
Ipnatsa. To make oneself
visible; to show oneself; to
reveal oneself; to appear.
Ipontsha. To make oneself
visible to ; to show oneself to.
Go ipontsha kgosi, to show
oneself to the chief.
Ipopa. To form oneself.
Ipopaganya. To gather oneself
up into a small compass.
Ipopgisa. To conform oneself.
Ipopotha. To shake something
off ones hand.
Iposa. See Ipusa.
Iposetsa. See Ipusetsa.
Iptla. To doze; to keep quite
still, as if asleep.
Ipotlile. Perf. of iptla.
Ipudulatsa. Go ipudulatsa
matlh, to shut ones eyes.
Ipudulosa. To swell oneself
out; to puff oneself up.
Ipusa. To turn oneself back.
Ipusetsa. To turn oneself back
to.
Ipusholosetsa. To avenge one-
self.
Iri. Go iri yan ?=Go diha yan ?
Isa. To cause to go; to take.
Isag. Next year.
Isediwa. Pass, of isetsa.
Isetsa. To cause to go to; to
take to; to treat a female in-
decently.


Isitse. Perf. of isa.
Isiwa. Pass, of isa.
Itacwa. To lick oneself.
Itakaila. To lick oneself.
lTALETSA=Ithapametsa. 0 la a
italetsa mahoko, lie meddled in
a matter that did not concern
him, or that he knew nothing
about.
Itamatsa. To accustom one-
self.
Itapolosa. To rest oneself; to
cause oneself to rest.
Itata. To confess ; to relate,
Itatlla. Go itatlla kwa
morag, to go back on ones
own spoor, as when looking for
something lost in a path.
Itatlha. To cast oneself away.
Itatoholola. To justify one-
self.
Itatola. To deny a fault, etc.,
of, or about oneself; to deny,
or refuse to acknowledge. 0
la a itatola dil tse, lie denied
that he was guilty of these
things.
Itatsa. To lay oneself down.
Iteba. To look upon oneself;
to look to oneself.
Ite bal ebl a=Itebatebla.
Itebateba. To look upon one-
self; to search on oneself for
something; to take care of
oneself; to separate oneself.
Ite bate bl a. To be careful of
anything; to seek out, or
separate, or choose for oneself.
Iteka. To try oneself.
Itekanla. To be self-suffi-
cient; to be perfect.
Itekanya le. To make one-
self equal with; to compare
oneself with.
Itelga. To lay oneself down.
Itma. To be accustomed to ;
to be given to do.
Itemoga. To perceive of one-
self.
Itemolola. To separate one-
self ; to keep oneself aloof
from.
Itere. To bring oneself.
Iteretse. To bring for, or upon
oneself.
Itesa. To allow oneself.
Iteseletsa. To allow oDeself.
Itetlla. To reconcile for, or
to oneself.
Ithabuetsa. To plunge into
water'; to dive.
Ithaea. To say to oneself.
Perf. itheile.
Ithakatlla. To cry aloud ; to
roar, as a large fire.
Ithala. To draw a line, or
make a mark across oneself.
Ithala momeco, to draw a line
across ones throat.
Ithalga. To menstruate for
the first time.
Ithamaka. To be vain; to
make vain; to talk much and
with no regard to truth.
Ithamakisa. To ask very many
questions.
Ithapametsa. To concern one-
self with other peoples busi-
ness ; to take part in a con-
versation which does not con-
cern one; to act as a busybody.
Ithapololetsa. To unwrap for
oneself.
Ithata. To love oneself.
Ithathatha. To babble; to
chatter; to talk much.
lTiiATHLLA=Ichphlla.
Ithaupa. To tell news, etc.,
without being first questioned.
Itheile. Perf. of ithaea.
Ithkla. To buy for oneself.
Ithelesetsa. To supply one-
self with food.
Itherolola. To forsake, or
turn from former customs, or
habits.
Ithetolola. To turn oneself
round ; to look back.
Ithiba. To restrain oneself.
Go ithiba mo diyon, to fast.
Ba le ba ithiba ditsb, they
stopped their .ears.
Ithib. Self-restraint.
Ithobuetsa=Ithabuetsa.


Ithoga. To curse oneself.
Ithokotsa. To tell the news
before being asked to do so; to
speak before being spoken to.
Ithola. Refiec. of rola.
Itholodisa. Refiec. o/tholodisa.
Ithoma. To have a motion; to
make water. Used of grown-
up people.
Ithonkga. To hurt oneself in
the estimation of others by
ones own conduct.
Ithonkgla. Go ithonkgla
dinth, to lick its sores, as a
dog.
Ithuhula. To turn, or jerk
away ones head, or face; to
turn away quickly; to jerk
oneself out of the grasp of
another.
Ithukhutha. To shake oneself,
as an animal.
Ithulla. To do smith work
for oneself.
Ithullla. To thatch for one-
self.
Ithuta. To teach oneself; to
learn.
Ithwadisa. To cause to con-
ceive. Always used in con-
nection with evil.
Ithwala. To conceive; to be-
come pregnant. Not used of
animals. Go ithwala megono,
to put the hands at the back of
the head as a token of sorrow.
Ithwalla. To bear for one-
self. From rwala.
Ithwal. The act of conceiving.
Ithwalwa. Pass, of ithwala.
Ithwele. Perf. of ithwala.
Itibola. Refiec. of dibola. To
bring forth a first-born child.
0 la a itibola ka na, he was
her first-born.
Itidisa. To hold oneself back,
or shrink back, so as to avoid
something.
Itigla. To cast oneself down.
Itiha. To make oneself.
Itihla. To serve oneself.
Itiketsa=Icoketsa.
Itima. To deny oneself.
Itimetsa. To see, but take no
notice of. Ke le ka ba itime-
tsa, I saw them, but took no
notice of them.
Itimisetsa. To earn.
Itimokanya. To dissemble ; to
stop short of telling the whole
truth.
Itisa. To take care of oneself ;
to take heed; to take care; to
have a friendly conversation or
chat.
Itidisa. To deprive oneself of,
as by refusing to buy some-
thing that is afterwards bought
by another.
Itisiwa. Pass, of itisa. To be
taken care of, or watched, or
guarded against.
Ititaea. To strike oneself; to
pat oneself. Ititaea sehuba,
to pat oneself on the breast.
Itit. A patting, or strikiDg
of oneself.
Itladika. To dirty oneself with
milk, fat, etc.
Itlama. To gird oneself.
Itlea. To be lazy in doing any-
thing.
Itlenwe=itlepe.
Itlepe. Wait a bit; pause for
a while. Sing, and pl.
Itlhabetsa. To lean upon a
staff, either with hand, or sto-
mach, or side.
Itlhacwa. To wash oneself; to
attempt to vindicate oneself by
lies.
Itlhaganedisa. To cause to
hasten.
Itlhaganla. To hasten; to
make haste.
Itlhapa. To wash oneself.
Itlhapedisa. To live in luxury;
to be luxurious ; to make one-
self merry.
Itlha. To hate oneself ; to be
reckless; to be careless of
life.
Itlhodia. To trouble oneself.
Itlhoma. To think; to purpose


to do; to propose to do; to
reckon upon doing.
Itlhma. To set oneself to do,
with a fixed purpose ; to re-
solve ; to determine.
Itlhomane. Ke itlhomane go
ntse yalo, I think it is so.
Itlhmisa. Caus. o/itlhma.
Itlhomola. To pull oneself
out; to take a thorn out of
oneself.
Itlhontsha. Go itlhontsha se-
hatlhg, to make oneself of a
sad countenance.
Itlhpha. To select for one-
self.
Itlhotlhora. To brush, shake,
or cast something off oneself.
Itlhwaea. To be on the watch
at night; to rise early in the
morning, and do what one pur-
posed to do; to return a
present, being offended with
the giver.
Itlhwe. A song of returning
warriors.
Itlba. To cast its skin, as a
snake.
Itlotla. To honour oneself.
Itlotsa. To anoint oneself.
Itlwaetsa. To accustom one-
self to ; to exercise oneself.
Itba. To deny an accusation ;
to keep ones thoughts secret.
Eo o itban, he who keeps him-
self secret.
Itoga. To curse oneself.
Itogetsa. To drop in oil, or
medicine for oneself.
Itka. To complain; to com-
plain of.
Itokla. To complain to.
Itokotsa. To sweeten ones
mouth; to correct a too abun-
dant flow of saliva.
Itoma. To bite oneself.
Itomologanya. To separate
oneself from for a time.
Itomolola. To separate one-
self.
Itomolotsa. To separate one-
self.
Itpa. To ask a favour for one-
self. Kea itpa go ea, I ask
to go.
Itsa. To refuse; to forbid.
Perf. iditse; Pass, idiwa.
Itsadisetsa. To reserve for
oneself; to gain for oneself.
Itsamala. To go away for
oneself; to go on ones way.
Itsametsa. To lie with the
head resting on arm or hand.
Itsankula. To be excited, or
violent.
Itsanya. To know each other.
Itse. To know. Perf. itsile.
Itsla. To take to or for one-
self.
Itsege. To become known.
Itsehala. To become known.
Itseisa. Go itseisa kgan, to de-
bate in ones own mind.
Ilsekeletsa. To shave, or cut
off a strip from the lower part
of ones own head all round.
Itsekola. Bejiec. of sekola.
Itsemeletsa. To be negligent;
to be slow, or loth to do any-
thing; to shrink, or abstain
from doing ; to shirk. Ba go
itsemeletsa, they shrink from
doing it.
Itsetlaganya. Befiec. of setla-
ganya.
Itsetse. Go itsetse rure, to
know assuredly; to know once
for all.
Itsetsepla. To stand firm;
to set oneself to stand firm;
to stand firm and pull, as in
holding a wild ox with a
rhiem.
Itshadisa. To leave for one-
self.
Itshasa. To smear oneself.
Itshedila. To rub oneself with
fat; to stretch out the arms
from weariness.
Itshegaka. To cut oneself very
much.
Itsheka. To become pure, or
clear, or clean.
Itsheka. Go itsheka segano, to


shade the eyes with a hand so
as to see distant objects bet-
ter.
Itshekeletsa. To shave off the
hair from the lower part of
ones own head.
Itshekile. Perf. o/itshka. O
itshekile dikeledi, he has shed
tears. From ska. Lehatshe
le itshekile ntsana, the coun-
try is peaceable and safe.
Itshekisa. Caus. of itshka.
Itshk. A cleansing; a puri-
fying.
Itshekologa. To become un-
clean.
Itshekolog. Uncleanness;
pollution. Mea oa itsheko-
log, an unclean spirit.
Itshekolola. To pollute; t
make unclean.
Itshema. To appear of itself,
and without a known cause, as
a boil, etc. ; to cry without
cause, as a naughty child; to
pretend, or feign, Int.
Itshemella. To make ready ;
to prepare things for starting ;
to gather up ones garments,
as in crossing a stream ; to put
on a sword, etc.
Itshemile. Perf. 0/itshema.
Itshenkla. To choose for one-
self.
Itshenketse. Perf of itshe-
nkla.
Itshpa. To become pure, or
clear, or clean.
Itshepisa. To make pure, or
clear, or clean.
Itshepolola. To defile; to
profane.
Itshira. To shade oneself.
Itshiretsa. To shade oneself
from.
Itshitisa. To cause oneself to
become cold. From sita.
Itsiba. Go itsiba ditsb, to
disregard warnings; to venture
into danger though warned.
Itsila. To reserve for one-
self.
Itsietsa. To deceive oneself.
Itsile. Perf. of itse.
Itsise. To cause to know.
Itsisicwe. Perf. pass, of itse.
Itsisiwe. Go itsisiwe ke, to be
caused to know by.
Its 1 we. Pass, of itse.
Itukula. To pick ones teeth.
Itule. Perf of icwa.
Itulla. To sit down for one-
self, as a lazy person when
work is being done, or as people
in a time of peace.
Itumedisa. To cause to re-
joice.
Itumla. To rejoice.
Itumlla. To rejoice for, or
over; to be thankful for; to
thank another for.
Itumeletse. Perf. of itum-
lla.
Itumisa. To make oneself a
name.
Itumish. Self-glorification.
Itumologa. To cease to rejoice;
to be sorry.
Itwela. To fight ones own
battles; to defend oneself.
From lwa.
Iwa. Pass, of ea.
Iya. To eat oneself; an excla-
mation ; why what!
Iyala. To sow oneself.
Iyesa. To feed oneself.
K.
Ka. At; with ; as; when; by.
means of ;_to be able ; can.
Kaba. To plug up; to stop a
hole ; to carry on the back be-
hind the neck; to carry across
the shoulders; a fan made of a
foxs tail or an oxs tail; the
flower on a mealie stalk or
grass.
Kabakana. Go kabakana ka
moshwan, to make a treaty by
throwing at, or rubbing each
other with the contents of a
slaughtered animals stomach.


Kabakanya. To conjecture; to
be suspicious.
Kabakany. Conjecturing; sus-
picion.
Kabakayewe. A kind of small
ground bird.
Kabala. To become closed up,
or plugged up.
Kabalan. Fellowship.
Kabama. To go by a short
route; to make a short cut
across the country.
Kabamla. Go kabamla tsela,
to make a short cut across, and
enter the path again.
Kabediwa. Pass, of kabetsa.
Kabga. To become closed up;
to become placed across the
shoulders. From kaba.
Kabla. To dibble in grain
when sowing.
Kabl. A portion ; a part.
Kabetla. A fragment of a
broken thing.
Kabetlana. A small piece of a
broken thing.
Kabetsa. To milk a second
time ; to drain a cow after its
calf has sucked; to milk out
the last drop.
Kabetse. Perf. 0/kabala. Ba
kabetse ditsb, their ears are
stopped, they are dull of hear-
ing.
Kabisa. Caus. of kaba.
Kabo or ka bo. Ke kabo ke
dihile yalo, had I done so;
nkabo ke utlwile, had I heard.
Kab. Apart; a portion. From
aba.
Kabocw. Perf. pass, o/kabola.
Kaboga. To fall out, or off, as
a piece of a broken pitcher;
to become notched, as a dish
or knife.
Kabola. To break off a piece,
as a mason a stone.
Kabologa. To be open; to be
uncorked ; to be opened.
Kabolola. To open; to un-
cork ; to unplug.
Ka bonak. Quickly; swiftly.
Ka bonl. Softly; gently.
Ka bonya. Slowly.
Ka bomo. Purposely; on pur-
pose.
Kac. Alms. Pl. dikac.
Kacolola. To stretch out a
piece of wet skin.
Kadile. Lehatshe le kadile,
the country is impassable.
Kae ? Where ? whither ? how
many ? 0 kae ? where is he ?
Batho ba kae ? how many
people are there P
Kae a. To describe; to point
out; to distinguish; to men-
tion ; to count as; to regard
as; to esteem as ; to know as ;
to mean; to aim with a gun.
Ba mo kaea ha e le kgosi, they
regarded him, or counted him
as a chief. Also=katloa.
Kaecwe. Perf. pass, o/kala.
O la a kaecwe, he was in-
structed.
Kaga. To become known as,
etc. From kaea.
Kala. To instruct; to guide ;
to direct; to show ; to instruct
in regard to; to direct in; to
aim at with a gun.
Kalla. To talk without
effect; to purpose doing, but
be unable to perform ; to com-
mend without good cause : to
speak of a person better than
he deserves.
Kal. Guidance; counsel.
Kaetse. Perf. of kala.
Kaga. Of; concerning ; about.
Ka gale. Always.
Ka gantsi. Frequently; often.
Kagll. Edification.
Kagish. Peace.
Kag. A building.
Ka go diha. By doing.
Ka gop. Never at all. Esen
ka gop, not at all.
Kaha. According to; how.
Followed by verbs ending in
n. Kaha ba dihan ka gna,
how they act. Kaha ba yelen
ka gna, how they have eaten.


Kaidisa. Caus. of kaila.
Kaila. To be hemmed in; to be
nnable to find a path. 0 la a
kaila hla mo tselen, he was
unable to find a path; he
wandered about hopelessly.
Kaile. Perf. o/kaea.
Kaitsane. Surely ; verily; of
a truth.
Kaiwa. Pass, o/kaea.
Kaka. To be engrossed, or
hindered, or overcome by
work; to be without leisure.
Go kaka lekoto, to stretch out
a leg sideways; to overcome a
female for an evil purpose.
Kakabala. To lie with arms
and legs stretched out.
Kakabal. Doubt; perplexity;
bewilderment; distraction.
Kakabologa. To become rent
asunder.
Kakabolola, To rend asunder;
to make to part asunder, as
water ; to bend back so as to
open, as a book.
Kakabolos a=Kakabolola.
Kakahala. To become stub-
born, or obstinate.
Kakgaakgg. Doubtfulness;
instability.
Kakamala. To pause in speech
through failure of memory.
Kakamara. To support in the
arms; to lift up, carry, or
hold a thing in the arms or
between both hands.
Kakamere. Perf. of kakamara.
Kakamologa. To become rent,
or split asunder; to stand aloof
from.
Kakamolola. To pull on one
side, as a badly trained ox.
Kakanya. To tell news ; to re-
late ; to inform; to declare.
Kakanyetsa. To relate to.
Kakany. A reasoning. From
akanya, a relating. From ka-
kanya.
Kakanwa. Pass. 0/kakanya.
Kakapa. At the present time.
Kakara. To take much, or
more than one has permission
to take.
Kakatlla. To hold very fast.
Kakatlolola. To raise up; to
help a person to rise; to take
hold of in order to lift up.
Kake. Neg. form of cannot. A
ringhalls snake.
Kakga. To become overcome,
or held by, or hindered by
work ; to be very busy.
Kakl. Obedience.
Kakeologa. Disobedience. A
word found only in books.
Kakile. Perf. of kaka. Tihee
mo kakile, this work takes up
all his time.
Kakilwe. Perf. pass, of kaka.
Ke kakilwe ke tih, I am en-
grossed by the work; I am
very busy.
Kakisa. Caus. of kaka.
Kak. A lie.
Kakoba. To keep at a distance
through fear; to fear to ap-
proach ; to turn aside through
fear.
Kakoh. Haste. A word found
only in books.
Kakologa. To avoid; to pass
at a distance; to keep at a
distance from.
Kala. A confidential servant;
a branch of a tree; to hover
over, as a hawk.
Kalabua. A seed pod of a thorn
tree.
Kalahi. A doctoring.
Kalah. A doctoring.
Kalakatlga. To run about
hither and thither; to seek a
thing here and there at a dis-
tance.
Kalametsa. To drink quickly;
to swallow a liquid quickly.
Kalana. A little branch.
Kalanyana. A twig.
Kalaotga. To go about alone,
either from preference or
through wandering.
Kalapa. To skip, or jump with
joy.


Kalga. To be tired of look-
ing. Used of the eyes. Ke
kalegile matlh, I am blind.
Kalla. To look upon. Ba
mo kalla matlh, they look
earnestly on him. Lehatshe le
tla mo kalla, he will be unable
to find his way. Used also
when any hindrance is met
with.
Kallwa. Ke kallwa ke le-
hatshe, I am at a loss which
way to take.
Kalo. So great; so much. Go
kalo, thus much; so much.
Mahum a a kalo, so great
riches. Go le kalo, so much.
E e kalo kalo, that which is so
great. A milk horn, Int.
Kam. A comb (hybrid).
Kama. To perplex; to hinder
from making a choice. Pass.
kanwa. A conical piece of
clay with hollowed ends, made
to play with by throwing it in-
to water with a noise like ta!
Go kama moriri, to comb the
hair (hybrid). Lo tants yaka
kama, you have hit the mark,
or spoken truly.
Kamaganyo. Noun from ama-
ganya.
Kamakama. To fill ones arms
full of things; to have ones
arms full; to hug.
Kamakamile Perf. of kamaka-
ma.
Kamga. To be at a loss what
to do ; to be perplexed.
Ka mmanete, verily ; truly; of a
truth.
Kamogan. Noun from amo-
gana.
Kamogl. A receiving. From
amogla.
Kamore. A chamber ; a room
(hybrid).
Ka mosh. To-morrow; in the
morning.
Kampa. To embrace with the
arms; to spread the arms
around.
Kampetsa. To drink quickly;
to swallow a liquid quickly.
Kamuga. To swell.
Kana. To seal; to cement; to
stop holes with cement. Pass.
kanwa. Perf. kanne. So large,
the size being shown; what!
perhaps. Bontsi yo bo kanan
ka dinaledi, a multitude as
numerous as the stars. Kana
go dihile yan ? Oh what has
happened ? 0 kana ka na, he is
about his size; he is like him.
Kanakana. So very much; so
very great.
Kanama. To lie on ones back.
Go kanama ka motlhana, to lie
on ones back.
Kanam. A spreading.
Kanamologa. To rise from
lying on ones back ; to fail in
keeping ones word.
Kanany. Noun from ananya.
Kang. Noun from anga.
Kankabetsa. To lay hold of a
thing and lift it between both
hands with fingers stretched
out.
Kanne. Perf. of kana.
Kannwe. Perf. pass, of kana.
Kan. Cement; stopping for a
hole.
Kanolola. To unstop; to un-
seal.
Kants. Perf. of kanya. E
kants, it no longer leaks.
Kantsga. To die suddenly
without previous illness.
Kanya. To beat, or strike with
one hard blow; to kill with
one stroke; to overcome with
one word; to become tight, as
a barrel put into water. Go
kanya pu, to restrain speech.
Kanwa. Pass. o/kana,
KAN=Ka en ? By what ?
Kanwa. Pass, o/kama.
Kao. A rhiem used for fasten-
ing an animals legs.
Kao a. To fasten an animals
legs, as in milking.
Kaologa. To separate, as a


crowd, etc.; to become broken
up, as clouds ; to become un-
fastened, as an animals legs
when tied.
Ka omo. Purposely; on pur-
pose.
Kaowa. See Kaoa.
Kapa. To catch in the hand a
thing thrown.
Kap. Cookery.
Kapetla=Kabetla. A fragment
of a broken thing.
Kapetlana. A small piece; a
thin slice, or cake.
Kapetsa. To drink by throwing
water into the mouth.
Kapkwe. Snow ; sleet (hy-
brid) .
Kara. A carriage; a, gig (hy-
brid) .
Karab. An answer.
Karagana. To make a clack-
ing noise, as the hoofs of ani-
mals when running.
Karalala. To be in a fit with
limbs stiff.
Karalal. A fit with limbs
stiff; epilepsy.
Karetla. To roar; to growl;
to make a rumbling noise.
Karol. An open, gaping
wound. From Arola.
Ka rosi. We alone.
Kase. Cheese (hybrid).
Kata. To kill vermin against
the head with thumb nail; to
tramp, or tramp down, as loose
soil; to become broken in, or
trained. Ga e e se e kate, it is
not yet broken in, it is not yet
trained. Go kata ka morag,
to step backwards.
Kataka. To tramp much; to
trample on ; to tread down
under, foot.
Katakalana. To tread, or
trample on each other.
Katakla. To trample on, as a
crowd a person on the ground.
Katakile. Perf. of kataka.
Kataml. An approaching;
an approach.
Kate A wild water-melon.
Kate gel a. To become filled up,
as a well with mud.
Katla. To fill up a pool or
hollow with earth ; to tread
down, or tramp down, as cattle
a furrow. Ke tla se katla ka
mbu, I will throw earth on it,
and thus press it down.
Katlwa. Pass, o/katla.
Katesetsa. To fill up a pool,
etc., with earth. Used of cattle.
Ka THANOL. With truth; with
preciseness; plainly.
Kathell. Ambiguously; in
a roundabout manner; not
plainly.
Kati. A sleeping place, or hol-
low of wild animals.
Katile. Perf. of kata. E
katile, it is broken in; it is
trained.
Katisa. To train, or break in;
to humble; to abase.
Kattsega. To be broken in.
Katla. To stretch a skin, etc.,
so as to widen it; to stretch a
thing out sideways.
Katlabal. Breadth.
Katlan. A kissing.
Katlham. Width.
Katlhamolosh. Noun from
atlhamolosa.
Katlhol. A decision; a judg-
ment.
Katl. A kiss.
Katloa. To tie a cows legs
together.
Katloku. Go botsa katloku, to
cross-examine. Go bua katloku,
to cross-examine.
Katlolola. To untie a cows
legs.
Katoa=Katloa.
Katoga. To move back; to re-
tire to a distance.
Katogana. To move to a dis-
tance from each other.
Katoganya. 0 tla katoganya
nab, he will separate himself
from them.
Katoganye. Perf. of katogana.


O la a katoganye na, he was
separated some distance from
him; o la a katoganye nab,
he retired to a distance from
them.
Katogla. To retire to a dis-
tance from; to move back
from.
Katologa. To forget training;
to become as if untrained; to
degenerate.
Katologana. To become es-
tranged from each other; to be
apart; to be at a distance from
each other.
Katologan. Noun from kato-
logana.
Katolola. .Severs. 0/kata. To
take soil out of a hole.
Katosa. To remove a thing
back.
Katwa. Pass, o/kata.
Kawa. A bag or other recep-
tacle for bulbs and fruit.
Ka YENOj^JTo-day; now.
Ke. I.cBvJ Ke gna, there-
fore. Ke go re, that is to say.
Ke na, it is he. Ke hano, I
am here. Bola ke yo, this is
the sleeping place.
Kba. To be weak, as thickly
growing corn, a cow unable to
calve well, etc.
Kb. A babble. Go cogile
kbkb, there is a confused
babble, as of several people
talking at the same time.
Ke betsa=Kabetsa.
Keco. Imitation.
Kkla. To smoulder; to
spread, as a sore, or a fire
without flame.
Keketsa. To make worse, as a
rent, etc.
Keketsga. To become worse,
as a sickness, rent, etc.
Ke kts g a=Ke ketsga.
Klaml. Noun from la-
mla.
Kelam. Noun from elama. A
lying in after childbirth.
Kl bl a=Boplla.
Keleco. A desire.
Keledi. A tear from the eye.
Klka. To examine carefully,
either by touch, or by looking
into; to search into with at-
tention.
Keleketla. To run out or over
continually.
Keleketl. An overflow; an
issue.
Kll. A small stream ; a
water furrow.
Kelera. To wave to and fro,
Int.
Keltlk. Attention.
Kma. A patch, or strip cut or
shaved off from the forehead
to the middle of head.
Kmalan. Noun from ma-
lana.
Kmll. Importunity.
Kemponyeketlakakae. A
dwarf; a pigmy.
Kenenyane. A short-horned
rhinoceros.
Kenoga. To be changeable, or
inconstant.
Kenta. To innoculate (hybrid).
Kentwa. Pass, of kenta.
Ken. A stranger. Strange.
Used of animals.
Keolola. To take out, or push
out sand when digging a hole.
KP. A digging.
Kepu. A pointed stick for dig-
ging*
Ktapele. A forerunner; the
foremost. Pl. diktapele.
Ketane. A chain (hybrid).
Ktga. To be blamable, as a
man who neglects relations
dependent on him.
Ketehala. To become heavy.
Ketehatsa. To make heavy.
Keteka. To bruise very severe-
ly ; to wound by bruising badly.
Ketekilwe. Perf jpass. of
keteka. 0 ketekilwe, he is
much bruised.
Ketekwa. Pass. 0/keteka.
Ktllpele. Precedence. A
word found only in books.


Ketla. A fragment of a broken
thing. Ga ba ketla ba diha
yalo, they will not do so.
Ketleco. A preparation.
Ketoga=K wetoga.
Ketola=Kwetola.
Kga. To ooze out, as blood from
a wound; to exude. Madi a
kga, the blood oozes out. Oa
kga madi, the blood oozes out
from him.
KGAA=Aba.
Kgaba. To be ornamented; to
be adorned; to become arrayed;
to pierce, as a branch; to
thrust at, as in killing with a
spade. Edible fruit of the
mogaba plant. Used of the
feelings of a person who has
bewitched another. Bola bo
shupa kgaba, the dice reveals
the author of the curse. Na-
mane ea kgaba mashi, the calf
refuses the milk.
Kgabagantsha. Caus. of kga-
baganya.
Kgabaganya. To ford a river;
to cross a path.
Kgabagare. Afterwards.
Kgabala. The fruit of the
Mogaba plant.
Kgabatlolga. To gad about;
to be always on the move.
Kgabela. To adorn for; to
show respect to by adorning,
or putting on the best clothes.
Kgabetla. To cut meat into
large pieces; to break up news,
or tell it in disconnected frag-
ments.
Kgabetlla. To chop meat,
etc., very fine ; to mince meat.
Kgabisa. Caus. of kgaba. To
adorn; to ornament; to cause
to be arrayed.
Kgabish. An ornament; a
fine garment.
K G a B o. A flame ; a small
yellowish monkey.
K&abun. Mo kgabun, in a
flame.
Kgach. A sprinkling.
Kgadi. Beer made from honey
(a Bushman word).
Kgadile. Perf. of kgala.
Kgadikg. Stomach-ache.
Kgadisa. Caus. of kgala.
Kgadubane. A kind of water
tortoise.
KGAEA=Aba.
Kgaga. An armadillo.
Kgagabi. A reptile resembling
a crocodile.
Kgagab. A crawling.
Kgagamal. Importunity*
Kgagautlh. A tearing in
pieces.
Kg agetl a=Kgapetla.
Kgagog. A rent; a tear; a
breach.
KGAi = Khai.
Kgail. Noun from gaila.
Kgaka. A guinea-fowl. [ing.
Kgakac. Provocation; anger-
Kgakahala. To become far.
Kgakala. Far. Kgakala le,
far from.
Kgak ALAN YANA. A short dis-
tance.
Kgakal. Indignation. Ka
kgakal, vehemently; with
zeal; earnestly.
Kgak ay an a. A short distance.
Kgaketla. A large piece of a
broken plate, etc.; a large
platter ; a piece of thin ice.
Kgakgabala. To become dried
up, as a stream; to become
parched, as a throat.
Kgakgabal. Noun from kga-
kgabala.
Kgakgabatsa. To cause to dry
up; to parch.
KGAKGABULA=Khakhabula.
KGAKGABUGA=Khakhabuga.
Kgakgabug=Khakhabug.
Kgakgahala. To become im-
pudent.
Kgakgamac. A surprising
event; a wonder.
Kgakgamala. To wonder.
Kgakgamal. A wondering.
Kgakgamatsa. To cause to
wonder; to astonish.


Kgakgamologana. To be at
variance, or strife among each
other.
Kgakgamologan. Variance;
strife.
Kgakgamologanya. To cause
a division amoDg people.
Kgakgamologany. Strife;
division.
Kgakgana. A small kind of
tortoise.
Kgakgatha. To boil and bubble
up.
Kgakgathgla. To stick to;
to adhere to, as dirt to clothes.
Kgakola. To put something
to cook in a new pot.
Kgakologl. A thought.
Kgakolol. Advice; counsel.
Kgala. To blaspheme; to use
blasphemous language; to
abuse; to revile; to slander;
to deny. Kea kgala, I deny
what you say. To dry up, as
a fountain, or river; to cease
dripping, as blood=sekgala ;
a long distance. Ke le ka
mrana ha kgalen, I saw him
a long way otf; I saw him in
the distance and almost out of
sight.
Kgaladua. A large coloured
beetle.
Kgalagadi. The desert.
Kgalakish. Provocation.
Kgalalap Something appear-
ing on the other side of a river,
as a tree, a house, etc.
Kgalall. A shining; a
glare; glory.
Kgalaletsa=Galaletsa.
Kgale A large pot for refining.
KGAL=Gal.
Kgalen. See Kgala.
Kgalga. To become dried up;
to become cursed.
Kgaleh. Anger; wrath.
KgalemA. To speak angrily ;
to talk, or scold, as a baboon.
Kgalemla. To speak angrily
to ; to rebuke ; to scold; to
scold in inarticulate language.
Kgal. Blasphemy; abuse.
Kgalola. Medicine used to
make a dog fierce.
Kgama. A hartebeest.
Kgamatha. To become smeared,
or bleared, or smudged, as
face, or eyes by weeping.
Kgamathala. To become dirty
or smudged.
Kgamathetse. Perf. of kga-
mathala. O kgamathetse, he
is smudged. U kgamathetse
yan! how dirty you are!
Kgamathile. Perf. o/kgamatha.
O kgamathile mo matlhon, his
eyes are bleared with weeping.
Kgaml. A milking vessel.
Kgam. A milking.
Kgamolola. To pull, or tear
asunder, as a rotten rag, etc.
Kgampela=Kganteye.
Kgampo. Perhaps.
Kgampu. Deep, as of a vessel,
or a sore from which the matter
has escaped.
Kgana = Nate tsa. To cry, as a
jackal; perhaps. Go kgana
ka Modimo, to rely upon God.
Kganath a=Kgamatha.
Kganch. Confidence; trust.
Kganecwe. Perf. pass. of kga-
nla. 0 kganecwe ke bna,
he is stopped by them.
kganecwe tsela, he is debarred
the way.
Kganla. To stop; to cause to
stand; to restrain; to bridle.
Kganl. Strife ; gainsaying ;
a stop in punctuation.
Kgantele. Shortly j in a little
while; by-and-by.
Kgantele=Kgantele.
Kganteye=Kgantele.
Kgantlapane. A small kgan-
tlape.
Kgantlape. A fat, rough lizard,
blue under chin.
Kgantsadi. A mans sister; a
womans brother. Not used of
a sister by a sister, nor of a
brother by a brother.
Kgantsadia. Kgantsadia Tau,
x


Taus sister. Kgantsadia rona,
our sister.
Kgantsadiake. My sister.
Kgantsadi. His sister.
Kgantsha. To have confidence
in a person ; to trust in; to
rely upon; to think a lot of; to
praise the good qualities of.
Kganwe. A kind of cat.
Kgan. Strife; a quarrel; a dis-
puted question ; a discussion ;
a debate ; an argument. Go
tsaea kgan, to discuss.
Kganyen. Mo kganyen, in a
strife, etc.
Kgaocw. Perf. pass, of kgaola.
Kgaodisa. Caus. /kgaotsa.
Kg ao d its e. Perf. o/kgaotsa.
Kgaoga. To be divided; to be
broken through.
Kgaogana. To separate mutu-
ally. Go kgaogana le, to sepa-
rate from.
Kgaoga x. A separation; strife.
Kgaoganwa. Pass, of kgaoga-
na.
Kgaoganya. To cause to sepa-
rate ; to divide.
Kgaoganye. Perf. of kgaogana.
Kgaoganyetsa. To divide for.
Kgaola, To divide; to cut
through ; to cut off,
Kgaolaka. To divide com-
pletely.
Kgaol. A division; a chapter.
Kgaotsa. To become silent.
Used chiefly of crying. Kgao-
tsa be silent! hold yonr peace!
Kgaots. Perf. of kgaola.
Kgapa. The bone over and
round the eye; the hollow
space where an eye is lost.
Kgapetla. A large piece of
broken ice ; a large piece of
wood chopped off.
Kgapetsa. To do a thing often;
to do a thing again and again ;
to repeat an act.
Kgapha. To force back; to re-
strain from doing; to push out
with the hand, as grain from a
vessel; to smooth out wet clay
with the hand ; to smear a floor
with wet dung only.
Kgaphahatsa. To abhor. A
word found only in books.
KGAPHASLA=Ttsla, to shiver
from cold; to vibrate, as water
after being dashed against a
rock; to shake, as a trippling
horse.
Kgaphea. To shake about and
run over, as water while being
carried.
Kgaphga. To become forced
back, as waves dashing against
a rock ; to become pushed out,
, as grain from a vessel.
Rgaphgla. Metse a kga-
hgla mo hikiii, the water is
eaten back against the rock ;
the water is forced back by the
rock.
Kgapheisa. Caus. of kgaphea.
U se ka ua kgapheisa metse,
dont shake and spill the water.
Kgaml ea kgapheisa mashi,
the milking vessel shakes and
spills the milk.
Kgaphla. To force, or push
out to. Go kgaphla metse,
to pour water on, either from a
bucket, or by lading and pour-
ing.
Kgap. Plunder; spoil; things
seized.
Kgapu. E kgapu, it is hollow,
as a sore from which the matter
has come out.
Kgarac. Noun from kgaratsa.
Kgarakgatsha. To drive to
and fro.
Kgarakgatshga. To wander
hither and thither; to lead a
vagabond life.
Kgarakgatshiwa. Pass, of
kgarakgatsha.
Kgaramatsga. To become
parted asunder; to move, or
make an opening, as people
sitting together and making
room for another to sit between
them; to move apait; to be-
come broken up, as clouds.


Kgaramatsgla kwa=Shutla
kwa.
Kgarametsa. To push, or throw
a thing along the ground; to
drive away, as locusts; to re-
sist.
Kg aram etsga=Kgaramatsga.
Kgaratlha. To run hither and
thither, as cattle shut up in a
kraal; to turn from side to side,
as a sick person.
Kgaratsa. To cause to doubt;
to mislead, as a path not known,
or a speech misunderstood.
Kgaratsga. To be in doubt;
to hesitate as to what to do; to
misunderstand.
Kg are. A ring used as a cushion
on the head; a crown of por-
cupine quills.
Kgarebana. Dimin.ofkgareb.
Kgareb. An unmarried man
or woman.
Kgarl. Noun from garla.
Kgauitsa. To scratch with the
nails.
Kga rum Noun from garuma.
Kgatak. Noun from gataka.
Kgatampi. A hole, or hollow
from which soil has been taken;
a rubbish hole.
Kgatha. To plough ne w ground;
to break up new soil.
Kg ATHLA. To be out of breath;
to be tired out, Int.
Kgatholla. To swallow liquid
greedily; to gulp down in
drinkii g.
Kgathwa. Pass, of kgatha.
Mbu o o kgathwan, newly
ploughed ground.
Kgatikanya. To brandish, or
wave from side to side, as a
sword; to slash, or cut side-
ways with stick, sword, etc.
Kgatla. A sheath; a case for a
Secwana needle; the handle of
a knife; a yellowish monkey.
Kgatlana. A small edible bulb.
Kgatlha. To please; to delight;
to interest.
Kgatlhana. To meet each other.
Kg atlhanetsa=Kgatlhantsha.
Kgatlhan. A meeting; a
meeting place.
Kgatlhanon. Against. A word
found only in books.
Kgatlhantsha. To meet with.
Kgatlhan ya. To cause to meet;
to draw together; to unite to-
gether.
Kgatlhga. To be pleasing to;
to be pleased with. Go kga-
tlhga mo go na, to become
pleasiug to him.
Kgatlhg. A pleasure; a de-
light.
Kgatlhiwa. Pass, of kgatlha.
Kgatlhoga. To be killed sud-
denly ; to die suddenly.
Kgatlhola. To kill an animal
quickly, as by a deadly stab;
to kill suddenly, as by deadly
poison.
Kgatlhwa. Pass, of kgatlha.
Kgat. A footprint of man, or
animal; the part of an oxs hoof
that presses on the ground.
Kgatsane. Setlharo for ga-
tshane.
Kgatsele. The first milk after
calving; beest.
Kgatsha. To sprinkle.
Kgatshane. A small, or female
dice.
Kgatsimola. To blow upon, as
wind a hot person ; to cool; to
sprinkle water on.
Kgatwane. A kind of lizard.
Pl. bokgatwane.
Kgayane. A helper, or guard
of the boys in the bogwra.
Kgayayga. To rage ; to be
furious with rage; to speak
loudly in anger; to trumpet,
as an elephant in a rage.
Kgaye. The headman among
the bogwra helpers.
Kgba. To chop out the back-
bone; to chop in a slanting
direction; to cut up growiug
grass with a spade.
Kgekgeisa. To tease; to vex;
to persecute ; to stir up strife.


Kgkgle. A small lump of
flesh on the side of a tongue,
not generally eaten.
Kgkgtha. To cut a carcase
down by the backbone, remov-
ing the leg, ribs, and shoulder.
Kgldisa. To graze the skin,
as a bullet, etc.; to make a
superficial wound.
Kgeledisicwe. 0 kgeledisicwe
mpa, he is grazed on the
stomach.
Kglka. To scratch much, or
deeply; to poke so as to make
deep scratches.
Kglkana. To scratch each
other deeply.
Kgleshwa. A lump, or swell-
ing in the groin or armpit.
Kgmtha. To smite; to cutoff.
Kgmthwa. Pass, o/kgmtha.
Kgnw. A wild water melon.
Part. eo.
Kgra. To plough before rain
falls ; to plough dry, hard
land. Perf. kgerile.
Kgrga. To be always talking,
or crying; to be troubled with
a ceaseless cough.
Kgruga. To cough much with-
out expectoration.
Kgtha. To pay taxes, or
tribute.
Kgthla. To pay tribute .to ;
to give a present to a chief.
Kgthl. Tax ; tribute.
Kgethisa. To tax j to impose
tribute.
Kgetla. A cockle ; a mussel;
a cockle shell; a mussel shell;
an oyster shell. To pass by at
a distance; to avoid by pass-
ing ; to break, or cut a twig
from a stump, or a sucker out
of the ground; to pull up grass
or rushes.
Kgtlga. To be weak, or
flimsy, as clothing; to be weak
and inflamed, as chronic sore
eyes.
Kgtlwa. A large, very long-
horned rhinoceros.
Kgetsana. A little bag.
Kgetse. A bag; a sack.
Kgoa. A kind of tick, found
chiefly on the hinder parts of
cattle.
Kgba. To upbraid; to re-
roach ; to rail at. Pass.
gywa. To agitate, as water,
go kgba nama; to chop meat
in a mortar with a straight-
handled axe. The difference
in sound in this word can be
distinguished by a native, but
not written.
Kgobakgoba=Khobakhoba.
Kgbalala. To be humble ; to
become tame.
Kgbalal. Humility; humi-
liation ; tameness.
Kgbalatsa. To make tame;
to humiliate.
Kgobata. A strip of inner bark
used as rope.
KGOBE=Ledibela, Int.
Kgobea. To move, or run about
in an excited manner, as a
crowd or an army in confusion.
Kgobecwe. Perf. Pass, of kgo-
bla; shut up.
Kgbga. To become weary ;
to languish; to become meek ;
to become stirred up. From
kgba.
Kgobegile. Per/, of kgbga.
Ke kgobegile marap, I am
weak in my bones.
Kgobeilwe = Kgoberegilwe.
Kgbla. To shut up securely,
as a house door with bushes
and stones.
Kgblla. Go e kgblla
mo tlun, to shut it up in a
house.
Kgobl. A hollow at the side
of a cows tail indicating a
nearness to calving time.
Kgobeba. To stir up j to agi-
tate.
Kgoberga. To be stirred up ;
to become agitated.
Kgoberg. A being stirred
up.


Kgober. A stirring up.
Kgobile. Perf. o/kgba.
Kgb. A reproach; railing.
Kgobodtsa. To drag; to draw.
Kgoboga. To become frayed;
to be rubbed off j to fall off, as
a scab.
Kgobokana. To crowd to-
gether.
Kgobokanla. To crowd to-
gether to, or at; to press upon.
Kgobokanetse. Perfof kgo-
bokanla.
Kgobokanya. To bring to-
gether a crowd.
Kgobola. To belch ; to rub off,
as paint; to pull, or pluck off,
as a scab, hair off a skin, etc. ;
to trample down, as a large
number of people ; to drag
bushes along the ground.
Used of oxen.
Kgobolola. A reproaching.
From gobolola.
Kgbtla. To despise as being
of no use ; to speak disparag-
ingly to ; to hurt the feelings
by speaking.
Kgobotlana. To crowd to-
gether.
Kgobotlanya. To gather to-
gether, as stones, etc. ; to
gather a crowd together. .
Kgobotletsa. To stone; to
assail with stones at close
quarters; to stone with many
stones.
Kgocwa. To be vexed; to be
offended ; to be tripped up by
something on the ground ; to
be enticed.
Kgodit. Water from boiled
pumpkin, etc.
Kgodugchwane. The hollow
under a knee ; sometimes used
of the hollow under an elbow.
Kgodukma. Adams apple.
Kgodum. A rebound, Int.
Kgoge. A hook, as of a stick,
etc.; hooked.
Kgogo. Edible root of the
cwaicwai, or nkwai plant.
Kgogochwane. Hoar frost.
Kgogodi. Rubbish floating on
water; rubbish left by receding
water.
Kgogoga. To snap, as a dog.
Kgogogla=Kgomogla.
Kgogola. To remove a stump,
etc., from the ground, either
by pulling up roots or breaking
off.
Kgogolamoko. Pala ea kgogo-
lamoko, winter rain, rain after
harvest.
Kggml. A strait; a nar-
row strip of water between
two countries; a channel.
Kgogonoka. A black water
fowl; a coot.
Kggrp. Curved, as a
sickle.
Kggya. Adams apple.
KGOHA=Kgoa. The unbeaten-
out corn removed in winnow-
ing, and stamped.
Kgoka. To put the thongs on
sandals.
Kgokahal. Fornication; adul-
tery.
Kgokl. A hinge.
Kgokgoa. To gather a number
of different things together at
the same time.
Kgkgch. A corner of a
house, inside or outside.
Kgokgoile. Perf. of kgokgoa.
Kgokgolla. To labour. A
word found only in books.
Kgokgometsa. To take inde-
cent liberties with a female.
Kgokgomisa. To drag some-
thing along the ground.
KG0KG0NTSHA = Rum0la.
Kgokgotha. To trail on the
ground, as a long garment; to
knock, as a marrow-bone on
the hand.
Kgokgothisa. To cause to trail;
to drag a person along the
ground.
Kgokgwane. Go ntaea kgo-
kgwane, to leak, as a milksack
through a badly-fitting plug.


Kgokgweeletsa. Go kgokgwee-
letsa kwa, to drive to.
Kgokgweetsa. To cause to
stumble; to trip up ; to com-
pel to go ; to compel to accom-
pany others; to force along ;
to drive along with others.
Kgokgweetsga. To stumble,
and nearly fall; to be driven.
Kgokgweetsu. A stumbling.
Kgokologa. To fall off a high
place ; to fall down; to descend
abruptly.
Kgokologla. Go kgokologla
mo, to descend from. Gokgo-
kologla kwa, to descend to.
Kgokolosa. Caus. of kgoko-
loga.
Kgokolosetsa. Go kgokolo-
setsa kwa tlhatshe, to cause to
fall down from a height; to
cause to descend.
Kgokonyana. A kind of small
bird, destructive to corn.
Kgokon. A wildebeest; a gnu.
Kgola. To force ; to compel;
to pull out; to pull off, or
knock off, as an axe out of a
sheath, or an axe head off a
handle ; a small bone in an
animals leg, used by children
to play with.
Kgolaganl. A conspiracy.
Kgolagan. A covenant; a
treaty.
KGLAGAX=Kgolagan.
Kgolagany. A binding to-
gether ; a conspiracy.
Kgl. A rhiem; a thong.
Kgolgl. Ntlo eakgolgl,
a prison.
Kgolg. An imprisonment; a
binding. From golga.
Kgolla. To compel for; to
compel to.
Kgolen. Mo kgolen, in a rhiem;
in a state of bondage.
Kgolo. Great.
Kgol. Force; compulsion.
Kgoloeamarale. Kgwedi e
cwa kgoloeamarale. Used of
a full moon just rising.
Kgologolo. Old.
Kgologolol. A deliverance;
a release.
Kgolokwane. A small ball; a
small round thing.
Kgolokwe. A round thing; a
ball; a globe.
Kgololg. Liberty.
Kgolol. A deliverance ; a
release.
Kgolologa. To become un-
bound, or loose, as the rhiem
of a pack-ox burden ; to be
set free, as a tongue-tied child
when relieved.
Kgololola. To unfasten, as
the rhiem of a pack-ox bur-
den ; to resolve, or find out
a puzzle, or riddle ; to make
straight, or unravel.
Kgolu. A womans placenta.
Kgoma. To rub with much tat;
to smear with much dung.
Kgomarla. To adhere to, as
dust, evil, etc. ; to hang on to ;
to stick fast to ; to lay hold of,
and refuse to let go.
Kgomarlwa. Pass, of kgo-
marla.
Kgometha. To do anything
imperfectly; to bungle; to
work badly.
Kgomma. A mark made on the
arm by burning purposely.
Chiefly found on young girls.
Kgomo. An ox ; a bullock.
Kgomo e namagadi, a cow.
Kgomoc. Comfort.
Kgomogla. To dart out upon,
or jump upon, as a lion ; to
snap at, as a dog.
Kgomola. To pull, or pluck off
a pumpkin, bunch of fruit,
etc.
Kgona. A joint in a shoulder-
blade.
Kgna. To persuade ; to in-
duce ; to overcome by persua-
sion. Perf kgonne; Pass.
kgnwa. To become tarnished,
or rusty; to corrode; to be-
come dirty, or dusty.


Kgonatha. To do anything
with vigour, or determination.
Kgonathla. To press hard
after.
Kgnkgnyane. Liquid black
gum.
Kgonne. Perf. o/kgna.
Kgonnwe. Perf pass, o/kgna.
Kgon. Influence.
Kgonocwe. See Kgweneche.
Kgonogla. To become broken
off, as a thorn, or any soft
thing.
Kgonog. Noun from gonoga.
Kgonosetsa. To break off a
thorn, or any soft thing, leav-
ing a part remaining.
Kgnwa. Pass, o/kgna.
KGONYAiTLH = Kgonyaitlhwe.
Kgonyaitlhwe. A kind of car-
rion bird.
Kgonwa. Pass, o/kgoma.
Kgnwana. A young ox with
horns just budding.
Kgo. A loud cry. From goa.
Kgopa. To trip up; to stumble
against; to offend ; to vex; to
displease. Pass, kgopiwa.
Kgopama. To become bent; to
become curved; to become
crooked; to become warped.
Kgopame. Perf of kgopama,
bent, etc.
Kgopamisa. To cause to be
bent, etc.
Kgope. A kind of large yellow
locust; an unmarried person
of either sex.
Kgpe = Kgope.
Kgopga. To become offended ;
to be caused to stumble. Ba
le ba kgopga mo go na, they
were offended in him. Gore lo
se kgopege, that you may not
be offended.
Kgopha. To gather all together,
or entirely; to rub a skin or
rhiem between the hands in
braying ; to tramp in braying;
to hook, or pull down, as the
branch of a tree. Go kgopha
ntwa, to cause war.
Kgophga. To be gathered to-
gether, or taken out, as all the
things out of a house, or cattle
out of a krall.
Kgoph. A small bush with
edible fruit.
Kgophoga. To be thrown over,
or upset.
Kgophola. To throw over, or
upset; to carry away, as a
flood ; to snatch away ; to pull
suddenly towards.
Kgopilwe. Perf. pass, of kgopa.
Kgopisa. To offend; to dis-
please ; to vex; to cause to
stumble.
Kgopish. A stumbling-block;
a cause of stumbling; an
offence ; a scandal.
Kgopisiwa. Pass, of kgopisa.
Kgopiwa. Pass, of kgopa.
Kgop. A stumbling; an of-
fence.
Kgp. Crooked. Peloekgp,
a crooked heart. Stubborn, per-
verse. O kgp, he is stubborn,
he is froward, he is perverse.
Kgopodish. A remembrance.
Kgopoga. To walk quickly ; to
journey quickly.
Kgopol. A thought.
Kgopolola. To remove a mis-
taken impression ; to set right;
to rectify; to straighten, as a
bent stick, etc.
Kgopu. The root of a reed; the
stalk of a pumpkin leaf.
Kgora. To become satisfied
when eating; to be filled with.
Perf. kgotshe.
Kgorg. Noun from gorg.
Kgoreleco. A hindrance.
Kgorelediwa. Pass, of kgore-
letsa.
Kgoreletsa. To hinder.
Kgoreletsga. To become hin-
dered.
Kgori. A wild turkey; a bus-
tard; a paauw.
Kgorisa. To satisfy.
Kgorisiwa. Pass. 0/kgorisa.
Kgr. A gate way; a passage;


an entrance; an opening be-
tween two hills.
Kgorobella. To press upon,
or push back, as a strong bull
a weaker one; to press upon,
or overcome in speech.
Kgrg. An arrival.
Kgorogoba. An isolated swell-
ing ; a small scarlet bird found
in reeds.
Kgorokgotsa. To try and keep
a person to his appointment or
duty; to shake up and down,
or from side to side, so as to
mix.
Kgorola. A grain, or tuft of
native corn still fast to the
husk.
Kgrmana. To press upon
each other, as persons from
want of room, or things through
being badly arranged.
Kgrmanya. To cause things
to press upon or knock against
each other by heaping them up
or overcrowding them.
Kgoromeletsa. Go kgorome-
letsa ntl, to cast out violently;
to push out.
Kgorometsa. To push forward;
to thrust away ; to spurn; to
shove; to reject.
Kgorometsanya. To push, or
jostle each other.
Kgrnyana. A little kgr.
Kgrpana. To become bent
up, or doubled up, as fingers in
sickness.
Kgrpanye. Perf. of kgr-
pana.
Kgrsane. A worm living in
a grass-woven case; a grass-
slang.
Kgorwa. Pass, o/kgora.
Kgrwana. A little kgr.
Kgsana. A prince; a chief-
tain.
Kgosetsa. To shut a door by
lifting or hooking ; to hook out.
Kgshba. To be feeble; to
walk feebly; to go about just
after sickness.
Kgoshola. To carry away, or
clear away rubbish and refuse,
as a heavy rain or a flood.
Kgoshm. Noun from gosh-
ma.
Kgosi. A chief; a king.
Kgotl. Noun from gotla.
Kgotha. To pull back forcibly;
to restrain.
Kgothla. To pull back, or
drag back; to jerk a plant out
of the ground.
Kgothi. The stem or stalk con-
necting a pumpkin with the
tendril.
Kgotla. The enclosure in which
men sit; a place of meeting for
chiefs and headmen.=Lekgo-
tla.
Kgtla. To push a thing off
with a stick. 0 la a e kgtli
ka logon, he pushed it off with
a piece of wood. To push into,
or poke with the point of a
finger ; to dinge in with the
point or end of a finger.
Kgotletsa. To wet a finger and
point it at in anger, the arm
being stretched out ; to stir a
fire ; to push the ends of burn-
ing sticks into a fire.
Kgotlhagana. To be close
together; to be crowded to-
gether ; to touch or press upon
each other in a crowd; to be
at loggerheads with each other.
Kgotlhaganya. To throng; to
press upon. Ke na eo o kgo-
tlhaganyan nwana le ragw, it
is he who sets father and child
at loggerheads. Go kgotlha-
ganya marudi, to shrug, or
draw up the arms and shoul-
ders.
Kgotlhaganyetsa. Ba le ba
mo kgotlhaganyetsa, they
pressed upon him.
Kgotlhakgotlha. To be over-
driven ; to be done up.
Kgotlhan. Mischief. Oa diha
kgotlhan, he makes mischief.
Kgtlh. Brass ; copper.


Kgotlhl. A cough.
Kgotlokgotsa. To shake up
and down, as a marrow-bone.
Kgtlk. A bull.
Kgtlwane. An upright pole,
or stick, or reed, in the wall of
a house.
Kgtoblwe. A large black
carrion bird.
Kgotodua. A shrub with yellow
flowers, found in deserted gar-
dens.
Kgotsa. Either ; or ; perhaps.
E se re kgotsa, lest perchance.
E se be kgotsa, whether. E tla
re kgotsa ke diga, it may be
that I shall delay.
Kgotshk. Perf. of kgora. Ke
kgotshe, I am full; I am satis-
fied. Ba kgotshe nama, they
are satisfied with meat.
Kgoula. To go in a drove or
crowd, as cattle or many
people.
Kgyana. A little kgl.
Kgywa. Pass, o/kgba.
Kgwa. To spit; to spit out; to
expectorate. Perf. kgwele;
pass, kgwiwa.
Kgw abana= Kgwbaua.
Kgwabohadiwa. Pass, o/kgwa-
bohatsa.
Kgwabohala. To become tame.
Kgwabohatsa. To make tame.
Kgwa botsa. To tread, or
trample down, as a crowd.
Kg wadi. Cleverness, Int.
Mosadi oa kgwadi, a clever
woman.
Kgwadi re. A kind of eagle, or
vulture.
Kgwalal. Noun from gwa-
lala.
KgWALECHWGA. To take
breath.
Kgwana. White-backed. Used
of a cow. Feminine of nkgw.
Kgwanya=Khwanya.
Kgwanyakgwanya = Khwanya-
khwanya.
Kgwanya k gwants=Kh wanya-
khwants.
Kgwankgwanyga. To neigh.
Kgwankgwanyetsa. To neigh.
Kgwara. To scrape with a
knife ; to strike a match.
Kgwaralala. To become stiff,
as a skin that had been wet.
Kgwaralatsa. To make stiff,
or rigid.
Kgwalialetse. Perf. of kgwa-
ralala.
Kgwaripa. To scratch, or
claw with the nails ; dirty red
and white, the colours running
into each other. Used of an
ox.
Kgwaripana. Feminine of
kgwaripa.
Kgwasa. To make a noise, as
the feet of an approaching per-
son.
Kgwash. Noun from gwasa.
Kgwate. An iguana. Pl. bo-
kgwate.
Kgwatha. To be beaten while
lying down ; to lie down to be
beaten.
Kgwathach. Encouragement.
Kgwathalala. To be weak;
to be submissive; to lie sick
and silent.
Kgwathatsa. To encourage; to
strengthen.
Kgwathisa. To beat when lying
down; to scourge.
Kgwathish. A beating ; a
scourging.
Kgwathoga. To break out, as
an eruption.
Kgwatialala. To listen to re-
proof humbly and without
answering.
Kgwatse. A kind of root. Pl.
bokgwatse.
Kgwra. Spotted; speckled;
black, or red with mixture of
white; red and white about
the belly. Used of an ox.
Kgw bana. Feminine of kgw-
ba. Used of a cow.
Kgwedi. A moon; a month.
Kgweeco. A driving.
Kgweecwa. Pass, of kgweetsa.


Kgweedtwa. Pass, o/kgweetsa.
Kgweeletsa. To drive for.
Kgweetsa. To drive. Go
kgweetsa kgweetsa, to drive a
little.
Kgwela. To spit upon ; to spit
to.
Kgwl. A rhiem, Int.
Khwelea. To put things into a
net for carrying. Dil tse dia
mo kgwelea, these things have
a strong hold on him.
Kgweleagana. To be tongue-
tied ; to become entangled, as
a bunch of wool on a bush.
Kgweleaganya. To entangle.
Go kgweleaganya pu, to con-
fuse speech.
Kgweleaganye. Perf. of kgwe-
leagana.
Kgweneche. Monwana oa
kgweneche, a thumb; a little
finger.
Kgwereana. To be unable to
see ones way clear to a course
of action.
Kgwerean. A purposeless
speech.
Kgwereanya. To confuse.
Kgwereme. A small wild ani-
mal, in colour like a wolf.
Kgwtlha. To shake, or be
shaky, as a door; to be shaky,
as feeble knees, or one thing
under another.
Kgwetlhis a. To cause to shake;
to shake actively, as a pole in
the ground.
Kgwile. Perf. o/kgwa.
Kgwisa. To wean a child.
Kgwiwa. Pass, o/kgwa.
KhabuLa. To fall suddenly, as
into an unseen hole.
Khaga. To be torn up, as a
flimsy thing; to be carved or
cut up.
Khagana. To be torn in pieces,
as a flimsy thing.
Khai. Cloth ; flannel.
Khakhabula. To be rash; to
act, or speak rashly.
Khakhabuga. To become rash.
Khakhabug. Rashness.
Khamologa. To be open, as
the planks of a box, sole of a
shoe, etc.
Khamologana. To become
separated, as two planks; to
be divided into two parties.
Khamologanya. To divide into
parties ; to cause divisions.
Khamologan. A division
among friends ; a breach.
Khamolola. To pull open, as a
seam, etc.
Khankhu. Intense heat, causing
great perspiration.
Khao.vya. To pour a little.
Khekhele. Shallow, as a ford.
Khla. To search for in earth
or ashes; to remove earth,
etc., by a side movement of the
hand; to scratch on the sur-
face, as a fowl.
Kheleisa. To turn over earth,
etc., in seeking; to search
into.
Khiba. A skin worn in front by
women; an apron made of
skin.
Khibtdu. Red.
Khidia. To make wakeful; to
binder from sleeping; to haunt.
Khidiga. To be wakeful; to
be haunted by the memory of
evil deeds.
Khila. To kill secretly; to
assassinate; to murder.
Khikhia. To run slowly.
Khitla. To root up, as a pig
grass; to dig superficially; to
kick about and be unable to
rise, as a weak animal.
Khobakhoba. To trot.
Khobakhobisa. To cause to
trot; to overdrive.
Khodi. An ostrichs nest; a
hens nest.
Khohe. A bird like a pheasant
which makes a booming sound.
Khonkhabe. A kind of low
shoe. A Sekotu word.
Khonon. A pillar or cloud of
smoke or dust.


Khuagana. To become puckered
up, or shrivelled, as a dry skin.
Khuaganya. To pucker up in
sewing; to pucker up the skin
on forehead, as in anger.
Khuaganye. Perf. of khuagana.
Khuakanya. To gather in quan-
tities, as by extensive trading;
to overcome by talking; to
overspread, as clouds the whole
sky.
Khuang. A disturbance, Int.
Khuan. A wrinkle, Int.
Khuanya=Khuakanya.
Khubama. To kneel; to be in
labour. Used of a woman.
Khurame. Perf. of khubama.
Khubamla. To kneel to.
Khubga. To plant a shield on
the ground so as to resist an
attack.
Khubidu. Red.
Khubitla. To do a great work ;
to work very hard.
Khubu. A navel.
Khubuloga. To rise from the
knees; to rise from stooping
forward.
Khuchama. To fall down on
the knees ; to kneel. Go khu-
chama ka leiil, to kneel oil
one knee.
Khuchamisa. Caus. of kliu-
charaa. Go khuchamisa ka
manl, to fall down on the
knees.
Khuc H w ane=Khutshane.
Khudu. A tortoise.
Khudug. A bustle ; an agita-
tion.
Khudug. A change of resi-
dence.
Khuduthamaga. Ba ile khudu-
thamiga, or ba duts khudu-
thamaga, they are having a
hole and corner meeting ; they
are gone away to have a secret
talk.
Khula. To fill up again and
swell, as an opened abscess.
Khueletsa. Go khueletsa kwa,
to throw yonder, far away.
Khuetsa. To throw a long way;
to carry a long distance,as a gun.
Khuhan. Jealousy.
Khukhla. To continue to run
for a long time ; to follow up a
track; to chase game; to pur-
sue perseveringly; to track or
trail; to remind one of a fault
often or continually.
Khukhu. A scavenger beetle; a
a large black beetle with horny
wings.
Khukhuna. To pick out, as ripe
fruit from among the unripe;
to pick sticks for a fire out of
the hedge.
KHUKHUTHA = Kukuta.
Khukhwane. A beetle, the
generic term for a beetle; a
small scavenger beetle.
Khukhwisa. To make a wry
face as if about to cry.
Khumagadi. A queen, Int.
Khumang. Poverty.
KHUMARLA=Kgomarla.
Khumla. The fibrous part of
the pith of an oxs horn ; a
tapeworm.
Khumish. A making rich.
Khum. Riches. PI. mahum.
Khumoga. To become pulled
up; to become rooted up.
Khumokla. To be closed up,
as the opening of an abscess.
Khumola. To root out; to pull
out; to pull out by the roots ;
to pull up by the arms.
Khumpoga. To swell out; to
swell up.
Khumpologa. To swell up, as
an abscess; to spring up, or
swell out, as a mushroom.
Khumpolola. To remove, as an
ox-hide off meat; to remove
meat covered by an ox-hide.
Khunagany. A bond.
Khunl. A tying.
Khunou. Red. Used of an ox.
Khunwana. Fem. of khunou.
Used of a cow.
Khupa. A mans wifes sisters
husband.


Khurany. A gnashing, as of
teeth.
Khuru. An expression used to
denote utter darkness. Lehihi
ya re hla ya re khuru, the
darkness is intense.
Khurumanya. To put the food
together that is in two dishes;
to put the food of one dish on
the top of that in another dish.
Khurumla. To put a cover or
lid on.
Khurumetsa. To cover up; to
overshadow.
Khurumola. To uncover.
Khurumolola. To uncover.
Khurutla=Kurutla.
Khuti. A hollow; below the
horizon.
Khutla. To finish; to cease; to
knock against a thing in space
with foot, elbow, etc.
Khutlaxa. To knock against
each other.
Khutlanya. To knock one
thing against another.
Khutlla. To knock, or strike
against; to conclude at, or
with.
Khutlisa. To cause to end; to
cause to finish.
Khutlisiwa. Pass, of khutlisa.
Khutl. An end.
Khutloga. To be sulky; to be
dogged; to refuse to speak ;
to be in a bad temper; to be
vexed.
Khutlogla. To be sulky with,
or to. Ba le ba mo khutlogla
hla, they refused to speak to
him. Re se khutlogele poc,
dont let us refuse to answer
the question.
Khutlola. To project; to stick
out; to shrug up the shoulders.
Khutlolola. To enlarge, as a
house ; to make more room.
Khutlwa. Pass. of khutla; to
be tripped up by a thing in
space. Used of a thing carried.
O la a khutlwa ke moyak, he
knocked against the door. Se
le sa khutlwa ke lencw, it
knocked against a stone. Se le
sa khutlwa, it was struck.
Khutsa Cease!
Khutsahall. Mourning.
Khutsahal. Grief; sorrow.
Khutshahala. To become
short.
Khutshahatsa. To make short;
to shorten. Used of time.
Khutsana. An orphan; a
fatherless, or motherless child,
or both; one who has grief;
one of low degree; a little
hollow.
Khutsany. A cursing of each
other.
Khutshane. Short.
Khuyane. A sore, swelled, or
unhealed navel of an infant; a
complaint of the bowels sup-
posed to be caused by a sore
navel.
Khwaan. Khwaan ea letsae,
the white of an egg.
Khwanya. To run gently; to
trot; to knock, tap, or rap
once.
Khwanyakhwants. Perf. of
kh wan y akh wa nya.
Khwanyakhwanya. To knock,
tap, or rap again and again.
Khwata. To alter in appear-
ance, as from sickness, anger,
etc.; to be pale or pallid.
Khwatlahala. To become
dwarfed, Int.
Khwatlahetse. Perf. of khwa-
tlahala, Int.
Khweba. A game in which bo-
kwatse, or bolatsi, or bokudun-
k are pierced and taken up
with a thorn, or a pointed bit
of wood.
Khwena. The worm of a cater-
pillar in cell sticking on a
branch.
Khwibichwanyana. Dim. of
khwibidu.
Khwibidu. Red.
Khwicwe. E khwicwe, it is
sprained. 0 khwicwe ke kgo-


mo, he has been sprained or
dislocated by an ox.
Khwiga. To become sprained,
or out of joint; to become
dislocated.
KiBA=Tsiba.
Kic. Knowledge.
Kicnyana. A little knowledge.
Kidibal. A fainting fit; a
faint.
Kidibi. A game in which a
kgnw is rolled along the
ground and pierced with a
pointed stick.
Kidikidi. The bone at the back
of a neck.
Kika. A mortar; a stamping
block.
KiKiTLA=Retela. Se kikitla
hla=Se retetse.
Kile. A word expressive of an
act done and passed, and also
of an act done only a short
time ago. () kile a tla, he came
some time ago. A kile a tsa-
maea, he went away.
Kilg. Contempt; hatred.
Kill. Noun from illa.
Kil. Hatred.
Kima. Thick.
Kiml. Noun from imla.
Kina. To tie a horses legs; to
knee-halter a horse. A Sesuto
word.
Kirietsa. To pacify an infant.
Kn'LA=Tlhanya. See also Ke-
tla.
Kitlana. To be united; to
agree together.
Kitlancwe. Framed, or joined
together.
Kitlanya. To join tightly to-
gether.
Kitlanwa. Pass. 0/kitlana.
Kitsecpele. Foreknowledge.
Ko. An expression of appeal.
A ko u tie le nna, please come
with me. Sometimes=Kabo.
Koa. To gather ; to heap up.
Koahala. To become weak.
Kahala=Koahala.
Koahatsa. To make weak.
K ah ATS a=Koahatsa.
Ko akoetsa=K wakwetsa.
Koama. To sit down helpless;
to sink down exhausted; to lie
down, as a helpless animal; to
assemble in crowds.
Koame. Perf of koama.
Koba. To drive away with con-
tempt ; to despise; to become
mouldy, or mildewed.
Kba. To look round, or about,
or over the shoulder expecting
to see something. O la a ba
kba, he looked round about
upon them; he looked at them.
Go koba pelo, to expect; to
hope in a promise ; to trust in
a persons word.
Kobakoba. To be restless; to
go about from house to house.
Kbakba. To look about on
all sides.
Kba ML. A bowing down to;
worship.
Kbana. To look at each other.
Kbaba. A large, very long-
horned rhinoceros.
Kobe. A barb on a spear. Le-
rum ya kobe, a barbed spear.
Kobela. To work with wire;
to weave wire on a stick, etc.
Kobisa. Go kobisa pelo, to
cause to hope.
Kobish. Kobish pelo, ex-
pectation, hope.
Kob. A skin cloak, or mantle;
a kaross.
Kbta. To pound=Thuga.
Kobtl. A shelf.
Koc. Noun from otsa.
Kuwana. Fem. of kwebu.
Used of a cow.
Kodu. A voice ; the part under
a chin.
Koduahala. To become poor
in flesh.
Kodukma. Adams apple.
Kodumla. To descend by a
sudden fall off iu a path.
Kodumetsa. Cans, of kodum-
la. To swallow; to cause to
descend. Tsela ea kodumetsa


motho, the path causes the
person to descend abruptly.
Kodul. The small hollow at
the back of the neck and base
of skull.
Koga. To become gathered;
to be heaped up.
Kola. To gather to, or for.
Go kola may, to gather
stones for some work.
Kokeco. An adding; addition.
Kokg. Noun from okga.
Kokeleco. An addition.
Kk. A betrayal;
Koko. A fowl (hybrid). Koko
e tona, a cock (hybrid).
Kkba. To walk with sore feet.
Kokobala. To press, or lie
lightly upon; to be buoyant;
to float.
Koko bats a. To press lightly
upon, as a pen in writing; to
cause to float.
Kkbla. To become pacified,
or quieted; to settle down
quietly; to stoop, or settle
down; to stoop, as one wish-
ing to get out of sight, or out
of the wind.
Kokobetsa. To pacify; to cause
to stoop, or bring low; to
abase; to strike or shoot a
near object.
Kokobetse. Perf. of kokobala.
Kokola. To harrow; to rake
together weeds, etc.
Kokolorutwe. A large blue
bird.
Kokolosa. To roll a thiDg along
the ground.
Kkmala. To sit up on ones
heels.
Kokomana. A greatgrandchild;
a branch of a family.
Kokometse. Perf. of kkmala.
Kokomoga. To rise up, or swell
out, as food boiling.
Kkpla. To help a man who
has been worsted in an argu-
ment by giving him sugges-
tions ; to stand firm and
overcome, as a successful dis-
putant, or an army when
attacked.
Kokorala. To be arched.
Kokoretsa. To surround; to
encircle.
Kokoretse. Perf. of kokorala.
Nca e kokoretse, the dogs
back is arched.
Kkrga. To walk with lordly
tread ; to set up the back, as
a savage dog about to spring.
Kokothane. A small or stunted
mealie cob with mealies on.
Kkthla. To nail to; to
knock in, as a peg, or a nail.
Kokotla. To run, as a large
bird; to hop on one leg, as
children at play.
Kktlgla. To increase ;
to become numerous; to
abound; to multiply.
Kktlla. To beg eagerly;
to supplicate for; to crave ; to
importune.
Kokotletsa. To support; to
hold up; to supply with food;
to accumulate.
K k wal a=K wak wala.
Kkwana. To crowd together.
Go kkwana seima, to crowd
thickly together.
Kkwanla. To crowd upon;
to press upon, as a crowd. Ba
kkwanla gna, they assemble
there in numbers.
Kkwan. A crowding; a large
crowd.
Kkwanya. To gather together
things, or animals ; to gather
up with the hands.
Kkwanye. Perf. o/kkwana.
Kkwanyktsa. To crowd to-
gether at.
Kkwanwa. Pass, o/kkwana.
Kkwata. Turned-down horned,
the horns being fast.
Kola. A head-dress, or ornament
of a feather, hares tail, etc.
Klekt. A collection (hybrid).
Kolo. A little ball; a small
white spot on an animals fore-
head.


Klagana. To make an agree-
ment.
Klagan. An agreement.
Koloana. A small kolo.
Klba. To become wet.
Kolob. A pig.
Kolobeco. A making wet.
Kolobediwa. Pass, of kolobet-
sa.
Kolobetsa. To make wet.
Kolobile. Perf. of klba. Se
kolobile, it is wet.
Koloi. A wagon. PI. dikoloi.
Many wagons, makoloi.
Kolo have=Kgolok we.
Kolol. An animal found in
hills, Int.
Klmla. To disappear beneath
the horizon ; to disappear over
the brow of a hill; to fall off
suddenly, as a path.
Koloyana. A sucking pig.
Koma. An edible root, Int.
Kma = Meepelwane. Go ya
kma, to rejoice over a victory.
Komakoma. To rain gently j to
rain iti gentle showers.
Kmakmla. To glory over
another; to boast over an-
other; to tease by boasting
over.
Komakometsa. To tantalize by
offering something and then
refusing it.
Komakomile. Perf. of koma-
koma.
Kman. Contention.
Kmany. A scolding.
Koman. Hailing ; a noisy row ;
a clamour; a quarrel.
Komao. A stone, Int.
Komll. Dryness.
Kometsa. To swallow a small
thing.
Komoga. To be broken, as
wood; to be smashed.
Komoganya. To break, as wood ;
to burst.
Komoki. A bafcin; a- cup
(hybrid).
Komola. To break, or smash a
bone, as in firing at an animal.
Kna. Go kna tlhg, to bow
down the head.
Knal. An old, worn-out
thing, as a shoe, kaross, etc.
Knama. To bow down; to be
bent down.
Kname. Perf. o/knama.
Knamisa. To cause to bow
down.
Knatlla. To pursue; to
follow after perseveringly; to
do anything with a will.
Knla. To make a knot, or
loop when fastening off in
sewing.
Knl. Noun from nla.
KoNKOMETSA=Komakometsa.
Kn. A moan.
Konolola. To unfasten a knot
made in sewing.
Konopa. To throw at; to hit
by throwing; to throw at a
mark.
Konopla. To throw to.
KNTLLA=Knatlla.
Konu. Tinder; touchwood.
KoNYA=Khwanya.
Konyakonya = Khwanya-
khwanya.
Kon. Yonder. Ea kon! go
away with you!
KNGWANE. A bushy plant
with clusters of yellowish
flowers.
Konwakonwane. A separate
group, or portion.
Koo=Kon.
Ko. A falling.
KooTEN=Ek£e.
Kopa. To beg.
K0PA.K0PA. To jump when sit-
ting on the haunches; to j amp,
as young locusts.
Kpana. To meet; to agree.
Kopancwe. Perf. pass, of
kpana.
Kpanla. To meet at, or for.
Ba kpanla dikgan, they meet
together about the quarrels.
Kpan. A meeting; a joining;
an agreeing.
Kpants. Perf. of kpanya


Kpanya. To cause to meet;
to unite.
Kpanye. Perf. of kpana.
Kopecwe. Perf. pass, of kopla.
Locked, etc.
Kopla. To lock; to button,
as a coat; to fasten, or lock,
as a door.
Kpl. A song; music; a
singing; a hymn-book.
KP. A hares tail.
Kopolola. To unlock; to un-
button.
Kopololla. To unlock for;
to explain for.
Kr. See Dikr.
Korolala. To become bent
like a bow.
Korolatsa. To bend, or cause
to bend like a bow.
Koroletse. Perf. of korolala.
Khpana. To shrivel up.
Korsa. A fever (hybrid).
Korta. To cut off a part
(hybrid).
Korotla. To talk in a low
voice; to murmur.
Kotama. To sit on the haunches.
Kotame. Perf. of kotama.
Ktla. Go ktla namane, to
beat off a calf when milking.
Kotla. To gather together at
different times, or by different
purchases.
Kotl. A person's sustenance.
From otla.
Kotlomana. To be in fear; to
sit shrunk up through fear.
Kotloman. Noun from kotlo-
mana.
Kotlomanye. Perf. of kotlo-
mana.
Ktlmla. To disappear be-
low the horizon.
Kotkwe. A greyish ground-
squirrel with short tail.
Kotosla. To talk endlessly.
Int.
Ktsl. Noun from tsla.
Kotsialala. To listen to re-
proof humbly and without
answering.
Kou=Kon.
Koyana. A small kob.
Kua. To shout out; to pro-
claim.
Kuan a. A small leather sack
made of one skin.
Kuane=Kuana.
Kuba. To come out, as dust out
of a beaten skin ; to rise up, as
smoke. Go kuba mosi, to send
out smoke. To strike but fail
to enter, as an arrow, or spear;
to strike with a fist, etc.; to be
blunt, or bent, as a spear
point; to cause to bend in, as
a soft hat crown. Go kuba ma-
nl, to bend the legs slightly
at the knees.
Kubediwa. Pass, of kubetsa.
Kubga. To become slightly
bent, as knees in presenting a
shield.
Kubla. To force a skin off a
slaughtered animal by pressing
it with a stick. Go kubla
kwa, to rise to. Go kubla le-
kuka, to shake a milk sack up
and down so as to get out the
milk; to shake forcibly a milk
sack full of thick milk when
the whey has been drawn off.
Kublla. To hit with an
arrow, etc., without the mis-
sile penetrating.
Kubetsa. To cause smoke to
go out for doctoring; to burn
medicine for doctoring. Go di
kublla mo saken, to doctor
them by smoke in the kraal.
Kubile. Perf. of kuba.
Kubitla. To sway from side to
side, as a bad runner; to walk
with a shaky gait, as an old or
weak person.
Kubolola. Revers. o/kuba.
Kubu. A hippopotamus.
Kubula. To throw up to ; to
scatter by throwing up; to
strew; to sprinkle on, as salt
on meat; to cast.
Kubuga. To wake out of sleep
of onesefl.


Kubula. To waken a person.
Kudubitlega. To move about
quickly ; to flee from place to
place.
Kudug. Noun from hudu-
ga.
Kudula. To throw on, as
dust.
Kudukuthwane. Masturbation.
Kula. To proclaim to.
Kuisa. Caus. o/kua.
Kuiwa. Pass, of kua.
KuKA=Tsaea.
Kukama. A gemsbuck.
Kukamana. A little kukama.
Kukla. To burn without blaz-
ing ; to smoulder.
Kuketsa. To cause a thing to
take fire, as a piece of dry
dung to carry fire with. Go
kuketsa dikgomo, to light a
fire for doctoring cattle.
Kukona. To pick a bone,
Kukubala. To crack, as a
smooth floor, or wall.
Kukubetse. Perf. 0/kukubala.
Go kukubetse bolk, the
smearing has cracked.
Kukumologa. To rise above
the horizon. Used of clouds.
Kukuna. To stoop down; to
approach stealthily; to creep
in a stooping posture. Gener-
ally used in connection with
creeping for an evil purpose.
Kukunla. To creep to.
Kukun. Stealth. Go tsamaea
ka kukun, to go away stealth-
ily*
Kukunya. To appear above the
surface; to peep out, as a
trees buds.
Kukunyetsa. To neigh, as a
distant horse.
Kukutla. To walk slowly, as
an old man.
Kuma. To bite off a bit; to
break up, or tear up, as a piece
of flimsy paper.
Kumagana. To break up, or
become broken up, into parties
or groups.
Kumaganya. To break up into*
small pieces, as bread, etc.
Kumaganwa. Pass, of kuma-
gana. To be broken up into
parties.
Kumak. Noun from umaka.
Kumga. Tq become torn up,
or broken up, as a piece of
flimsy paper; to be notched,
as a knife.
Kunama. ^ To journey down ; to
journey in a descending direc-
tion ; to dig downwards.
Kuname. Perf. of kunama.
Kunamisa. To make perpendi-
cular, as in digging a hole.
Kunyane. A hole in a kgata-
mpi; a room in a Europeans
house.
Kupa. Hot ashes without cin-
ders.
Kupane. A kind of edible bulb.
Kupe. A large quantity of
meal.
Kurupana. To be shrivelled, or
shrunk up into a ball, or a
small compass, as a dry skin.
Kurupanye. Perf. of kuru-
pana.
Kurusa. To rouse up a forget-
ful, or negligent person; to
rouse up, or frighten away
birds.
Kuruthu. A word used aa a
curse by a woman when strik-
ing the ground with her apron
and cursing somebody.
Ku rutla. To rumble, as bowels
from flatulence.
Kurwana. Acalibash; a small-
mouthed vessel.
Kurweco. A lullaby; a plain-
tive tune; a doleful ditty; a
cooing. Kgwedi ea kurweco,
the second month after con-
finement.
Kurwetsa, To coo, as a dove;
to sing plaintively ; to make a
mournful noise; to cry,_ as a
baby for its mother. Nwana
oa kurwetsa, a child in the
second month.
Y


Kuta. To cut hair ; to cut hair
unevenly; to weed in a slovenly
manner.
Kutga. To fall off, as the hair
from a head, or wool from a
skin.
KuTHUMETSA=Kutluraetsa.
Kutla. A lions lair, or sleeping
place ; a dogs sleeping place
scratched in the ground.
Kutl. Hearing; obedience.
Kutlumetsa. To tilt up and
pour out, as thick milk, soil,
etc.
Kutlwan. Mutual sympathy;
concord.
Kutlw. Hearing; obedience.
KuT==Thit.
Kutukw. The inner part of the
anus; the lower bowel descend-
ing in dysentery.
Kutuma. To shake a little, as a
stone in being moved.
Kutumisa. To cause to shake a
little.
Kuuloga. To rise up, as a cloud
of dense smoke, or a swarm of
locusts,
Kuulola. To drive away, as a
large number of birds; to
drive, as wind a volume of
smoke.
Kwa. There ; yonder ; where.
Kwa re ean gna, where we go.
Kwaa. To carry under the arm;
to discover people in ambush,
or an animal lying concealed ;
a flat space on the top of a hill.
KwADi=Losiba.
Kavadisa. To cause to write.
Go kwadisa ban a, to teach the
children to write.
Kwaea. To take shelter from
the sun; to go into the shade.
Kwala. To shelter anything
by holding it to ones side ; to
gather something into ones
cloak, and hold it to ones side.
Kwaisa. Caus. of kwaea.
Kwaiwa. Pass, of kwaea.
Kwakwala = Shomarla. To
lay hold of with arms or legs;
to fold arms and legs round, as
a baby.
Kwakweco. Noun from kwa-
kwetsa.
Kwakwetsa. To have an impedi-
ment in speech ; to stammer;
to stutter.
Kwala. To write.
Kwalanya. To talk confusedly,
as several people talking to-
gether.
Kwalany. Noun from kwa-
lanya.
Kwalare A solitary male wilde-
beest.
Kwana. A lamb.
Kwanal = Knal.
Kwanama. To hang down, as a
broken bough.
Kwanatla. Strong; energetic.
Kwaraganya. To run; to gal-
lop.
Kwatabolotsa. To strip off
bark.
Kwatalala. To become stiff;
to go on talking incessantly.
Kwatalatsa. To make stiff; to
tug at and pull tight.
Kwatlapa. Dry and hard, as a
skin, or rhiem.
Kwatlha. Chastisement; a
chastening.
Kwatobolotsa. To strip off
bark.
Kwatsi. A carbuncle.
Kwebu. Grey ; roan ; light
blue. Used of an ox.
Kwedile. Perf. of kwela.
Kwela. To rear, as a horse;
to toss up a rider, yoke, or
burden ; to spurn, as a cow her
calf.
Kwele=Lekwele.
Kwelekwele. A long ridge.
Kweletlana. To be drawn up
in a ridge, or hump, as a bulls
neck, or a skin dry after being
wet.
Kwl. Noun from wla.
Kwena. Thick; dense. Used
of walls, darkness, etc. Perf.
kwenne. Also=Kwna.


Kwna. A crocodile; a kind of
aromatic shrub ; wild mint.
Kwenesa. To wound slightly.
Kwenesh. A slight wound.
Kwenne. Perf. of kwena.
Kwentsicwe=Thatahadicwe.
KwETGA=Kwetoga.
Kwetl a=Kwetola.
Kwetoga. To appear; to come
into sight, as a person coming
over a ridge; to be coming;
to be approaching; to rise above
the horizon, as a cloud.
Kwetogla. Kwetoglakwano,
come here into sight.
Kwetola. To bring into sight;
to cause to come into sight.
Kwetolla. Ekwetollakwano,
bring it here.
Kwidia. To go about to and
fro; to wander hither and
thither.
Kwidibi = Kidibi. A kind of
plant with bulbous root.
Kwidinya. To neigh.
Kwidinyga. To neigh; to boil,
and make a bubbling noise, as
fat.
Kwc wan a=Kcana.
Kwtla=Ktla.
L.
L a al ana=Lalana.
Laana. To instruct, or exhort
one another.
La ba. To take anything out of
an eye with a tongue.
Lacwa. To lick.
Lacwitse. Perf. of lacwa.
Ladicwe. Perf pass, of latsa ;
to be laid down.
Laditse. Perf. 0/latsa.
Ladiwa. Pass, of latsa.
Laea. To instruct; to direct;
to charge; to exhort; to lay
down the law. Go laea ka, to
instruct with, or by.
Lala. To instruct; to direct;
to give a charge; to send with
a message ; to bend a bow and
fix the string; to cock a gun,
that is to say, send its charge
on its errand.
Lalana. To exhort one an-
other ; to hold a conference.
Laetsa. To send a message by.
O la a ba laetsa, he sent a
message by them.
L ag all a=Leglla.
Laila. To lick up at once some-
thing placed on palm of hand ;
to sweep off, as a war, destruc-
tive fire, etc.
Laile. Perf. of laea.
Lakaicwe. Perf. o/lakaila.
Lakaila. To lick ; to lick up;
to destroy, or remove utterly.
Lala. To lie down; to lodge.
Laledicwe. Perf. pass, of lale-
t3a. Hired.
Laleditse. Perf. o/laletsa.
Lalla. To lie in wait for; to
tempt; to seek to catch in
speech ; to sleep near to, or in
sight of a place; to lie at the
catch ; to watch, or guard.
Go lalla na, to lodge with
him.
Laleletsa. To hire for.
Lallwa. To be laid in wait
for ; to be tempted, etc.
Laletsa. To hire; to engage;
to call for any purpose; to
offer, or give anything without
being asked for it.
Lalola. To do a thing very
well, or perfectly.
Lamaditse. Perf. of lamatsa.
0 ba lamaditse, he has spoiled
them by giving and thus leading
them to expect future gifts.
Lamala. To be accustomed ;
to look for anything as being
accustomed to receive it.
Lamalla. To be accustomed
to. Go lamalla thapl, to be
accustomed to prayer.
Lamatsa. To cause a person to
expect something on another
occasion by giving it to him
once. Go lamatsa nwana, to


spoil a child by giving, and
thus making him accustomed
to expect, or getting him iuto
the habit of receiving.
Lametse. Perf. of lamala.
Lam pa. A lamp (hybrid).
Laocw. Perf. pass, of laola.
Laodisa. To ordain; to set
over.
Laodisiwa. To be ordained ; to
be set over.
Laola. To command; to govern.
Perf laots. Go laola ka bola,
to decide by casting the dice.
Go laola ka chomol, to decide
by drawing lots.
Laolga. To become com-
manded ; to submit to law.
L aolesga=Laolga.
Laolola. To make a command
of none effect; to put down a
trigger; to unload a wagon.
Laots. Perf. of laola.
Lapa. To be weary; to become
tired, or faint.
Lapisa. To cause to be tired;
to cause to be weary.
Lapisiwa. Pass, of lapisa.
Lapologa. To become rested.
Lapolosa. To cause to rest; to
refresh.
Lata. To go to ; to visit; to
follow. Dikgomo di tla lata
boyan, the cattle will go to
the grass. Ke tla gu lata, I will
follow you.
Latalana. To follow after one
another.
Latla. To follow after. Gene-
rally used of an object that is
oat of sight.
Latlla. To follow after. Ba
tla mo latlla, they will fol-
low after him. They will fol-
low his spoor; they will
pursue him.
LATiSA=Latela.
Latlha. To cast away; to
throw without any particular
aim.
Latlhga. To become cast
away; to be lost.
Latlhegecwe. Ke latlhegecwe
ke thipa, I have lost my
knife.
Latlhgla. Thipa e tla mo
latlhgla, he will lose his
knife.
Latlhegile. Perf. of latlhga.
Thipa ea me e latlhegile, my
knife is lost.
Latlhisa. To cause to cast, or
throw away.
Latohatsa. To accuse ; to cause
to become guilty. A word
found only in books.
Latoholola. To give a person
blame ; to prove a person to
be in the wrong.
Latola. To deny; to deny a
fault, or goodness in another
person or oneself; to give a
negative answer; to say no.
Ba tsile go latola kgosi, they
are come to tell of the chiefs
death.
Latolla. To deny to. O la a
re latolla nwana, he told us of
the childs death. Go gu lato-
lla motse, to deny to you the
existence of the town.
Latots. Perf. of latola.
Latsa. To cause a person to lie
down ; to lay a person down.
Le. And; with. Particle of
nouns beginning with le.
Lea. To tie a knot carelessly ;
to sew slackly. Perf. lile.
Leac. A gift; an alms.
Leadim. A borrowed thing; a
lent thing.
Leaka. A lie.
Leakanyana. A little lie.
Lealetsa. To take beyond mea-
sure, or without measuring; to
take in large quantities.
Lean a. To become convales-
cent; to be able to go about
after severe sickness.
Lean. A device; apian.
Leaparapelo. The pericar-
dium.
Leatlhamana. Foolish; child-
ish ; stupid.


Leba. To look; to look at; to
regard with attention.
Lebagana. To be opposite to
each other; to be over against.
Ba dutse ba lebagana le phu-
pu, they sat over against the
grave.
Lebaganye. Perf. of lebagana.
Ba bo ba lebaganye le pheh,
they were beating against the
wind; the wind was contrary
to them.
Lebala. To forget.
Lebaleba. To look from one to
another; to look over, or have
the oversight of.
Lebana. To be worthy.
Lebantsha. Go lebantsha di-
hatlhg, to look at each other
face to face.
Lebanya. Go lebanya dihatlh-
g, to look face to face.
Lebanwa. Pass. 0/lebana.
Lebatla. An open space in the
kgotla. 0 mpeile mo lebatlen,
he has taken me before the
chief.
Lebatsa. To cause to forget.
Lebega. To be chosen, as one
thing out of others; to be pre-
ferred.
LEBEKO=Segwadi.
Lebla. To watch; to guard;
to have oversight.
Leblla. To look out for; to
expect.
Lebeletse. Perf. o/leblla.
LEBEL=Lobel.
Leblwa. To be watched.
Lebetse. Perf. 0/lebala.
Lebiana. A frying-pan, Int.
Lebich. A name.
Lebile. Perf. of leba.
Lebisa. Caus. of leba.
LEBiTLA=Lecwe.
Leboa. A kind of edible fun-
gus, or mushroom.
Lebodi. A kind of rat living on
or near a rivers banks.
LEBODU=Lobodu.
Leboga. To thank ; to be
thankfill; to thank for.
Lebogana. To thank muta-
ally. ^
Lebogela. To thank some one
for.
LEB0G0=Leg0ka, Int.
LEBG=Lecg, Int.
Lebogwa. Pass, of leboga. ^
/Lebolobolo. A short thick\
Y snake, yellowish, with black <
w spots; a puff adder.
Lebosga. To be acceptable.
Lebucwapele. A fruit first ripe
among other fruits.
Lebujdudu. Dry hard ground,
Int.
LECHA=Letsha.
LECHATLA=Lodule, Int.
LECHOBA=Lechoha, Int.
Lechocha. Ka lechocha, by
chance ; unexpectedly; acci-
dentally ; by misadventure.
-Lechocho. A kind of wingless
insect.
Lechohana. A small hole.
Lechoko. A troublesome per-
son, or animal.
Lechoku. A red ochre used
for smearing the body.
Lechol. A hunting; a hunt.
Lechoo. A paw, or footprint of
a dog, or ravenous animal. PI.
maroo.
Lechotl. Dry, dusty cattle
dung.
Lechuti. A shadow made by a
cloud.
Lechwag. Hollow, as a tree;
a hole, or hollow in a tree.
Lechwaho. A lung.
Lechwarwa. A captive; a bond-
servant.
Lechweny. A troubler.
Lecg. An arm from the wrist
to the shoulder. PI. mabg.
A shoulder of meat. Lecg ya
noka, a side stream in a river.
Lecg ya lewatla, an arm of
the sea. Go mo chwara lecg,
to help him; to defend him.
Lecolo. A small pipe of an ant
heap.
LECOMANA=Lecomane.


Lecomane. A flock of sbeep.
LECOM=Lecol. A pic held
in the veldt.
Leconwane. A small flock.
Lecopa. Clay for making pots.
Lecopetla. Very muddy water ;
water in which there is much
mud.
Lecrwane. The end of a
bowel eaten by a servant; a
servants portion.
Lecwabudu. A shoot from last
years corn stalk, or root.
Lecwai. Salt.
Lecwala. A small fish.
LECWALANGA=Leherehere.
Lecwe. An open grave.
Lecwela. A young branch, or
sprout; a young person ; off-
spring.
Lecwele. A fist; a small com-
pact group of people.
LECWELECWELE = Leherehere.
Lecwen. Mo lecwen, in the
grave.
Ledi. A piece of money; a
coin.
Lediba. A deep hole in a
stream; a pool in a rivers bed.
Ledibla. A hole, or dam into
which water is poured ; a hole
in the ground from which ani-
mals drink.
Ledile. Perf. of lela.
Ledim. A strong, rushing
wind; a hurricane.
Le DIN YANA. A little coin.
Ledisa. Caus. of lela, to cause
to weep.
Lediwa. Pass, of letsa.
Ledumedi. A young lion.
LEDUTL=Lekglebe.
Lee. An egg. PI. mae.
Leeba. A rock pigeon.
Leebana. A sudden, gushing
shower.
Leebaiiope. A rock pigeon.
Leeo. Se le se leeo, it was; ga
se tlhole e leeo, it is not any
longer.
Legae. A home; a dwelling
place. .
Leqaen. Mo legaen, in a home.
LEGAGU = LogagU.
Leg ak abe=Mogakabe.
Legakgala. See Magakgala.
LEGAKWA=Legwaka.
Legala. A burning coal; a live
coal.
Legalapa. The palate; the
roof of a mouth. Generally
used in the pluralmagalapa.
Le gale. Just so ; of course.
Legalga. To go about beg-
ging ; to be greedy.
Legan. The inside of a mouth.
Legapu. A water melon.
Legare. In the middle ; the
centre. E kgaoganye ka legare,
it is split in two.
Legatlapa. Cowardly. O le-
gatlapa, he is cowardly; he is a
deserter from a regiment, or a
skulker from the tight.
Lglla. To stretch out both
hands placed so as to receive
something; to carry anything
on both hands spread out.
Legetla. A shoulder-blade.
Legoana. A young wild goose;
a wild gosling.
Legodimo. The sky; heaven.
Legodu. A thief.
Legoka. Not a bit of it! never!
Legola. A garden that has
failed to give fruit, but has
things eatable for cattle in it.
Legolo. Great. Used with
nouns in le. A hundred. Le-
sliorne ye legolo, a hundred.
Legqlol. An outspan place
for a waggon.
Le gna. So ; also; in like
manner.
Legopl. A beef steak; the
fleshy part cut out of a joint.
LEGORWE=Logwere, Int.
Legotlh. A knot in a branch,
or piece of wood.
Legoto. An unripe fruit.
Legotutua. A large bright-
coloured locust found often on
milk bushes.
Legou, A wild goose.


Legwagwa. A hair of a whisker;
hair on cheek.
Legwaha. The armpit. Leg-
waha ya morag, the groin.
Legwaka. A crystal; a piece
of quartz.
Legwatane. A stone, tooth,
etc., for rubbing skins with.
Legwgw. Impatience. 0
legwgw, he is impatient.
Legwka=Legwaka.
Legwele. An ankle.
Legweletlha. Very crooked;
much twisted ; gnarled; that
which is not right.
Legweyana. An ankle; an
ankle boue ; a wrist.
Leha. Although. Lehagont.se
yalo, although it is so ; never-
theless. To pay.
Lehaka. Crooked ; hooked, Int.
Lkharatlhatlha. A state of
confusion ; confusion ; a con-
fused state of things.
Lehatla. One of twins.
LEHATLHA = Lehatla. The up-
per part of the body; the chest;
the breast.
Lehatshe. A country; aland;
the world; the earth.
Lehatwana. A kind of snake,
Int.
Lehla. To pay for ; to atone
for. In vain; a thing of nought.
Preceded by verbs in la. Ba
dumlla lehla, they believe
in vain. Ke lehla go diha yalo,
it is vain to do so.
Lehele. A white-tailed bluish
buck found in hills. Pl. di-
phele.
Lehele pa=Leherehere.
Lehelepe. Childish.
Lehereck=Leherehere.
Leherehere. A. fraud ; a de-
ceiver ; a false one; a juggler.
Lehetla=L egetla.
Lehetsa. To render to, or for;
to recompense.
Lehicwana. Slight darkness.
Lehicwanyana. Obscurity. Ka
lehicwanyana, obscurely.
Lehiht. Darkness. Go lehihi,
it is dark. Ntlo e e lehihi, a
dark house.
Lehika. A rock ; a massive
rock.
Lehinini. A gum; a place in a
giim where a tooth is out.
Lehisa. To cause to pay; an
animal lent with a view to in-
crease.
Lehoko. A word.
Lehohora. A little that re-
mains ; a remnant. Used of
grain, etc., but not of liquids.
Lehotlh. A leaf stripped off
a tree or branch.
LEHUBA=Lohuba.
Lehubidu. Red.
Lehuha. Jealousy; jealousy
between wives; bigamy; poly-
gamy. 0 tla nyala lehuha, he
will commit bigamy; he will
take more wives than one. O
nyecwe lehuha, she has been
married to a man with a wife
or wives. Ba le ba nna lehuha
na, they were jealous of him.
Lehukubu. A raven; a crow.
LEHULA=Leshul.
LEHUL=Leshul.
Lehuma. Loss; damage; great
sorrow; poverty; hunger.
Dil tsa lehuma, poverty-
stricken, or beggarly things.
Go ichwara lehuma, to rest the
head upon the palm of ones
hand in token of great sorrow.
Lehumanyana. A little lehu-
ma.
Lehum. A place for sucking
up water, Int.
Lehupu. A swelling caused by
a blow, etc. ; a prominence
made by things covered with
a kaross, etc. ; a large edible
fungus.
Lehuti. A hole, or hollow in
the ground.
Lehut. A knot in a string,
etc.
Lehutsana. A little lehuti.
Leilwe. Perf. pass, of lea.


Leina. A name.
Le in ane=Tlhamane.
Lein. A tooth. PI. mn.
Lei. A crabfisli; a crab.
Le i pe I. A free and independent
one.
Leish. A hearth ; a cooking
place.
LjEiTLHAPL=Letlhapl. ^
Leitlh. An eye. PI. maitlh
and matlh.
Leitlhwana. A templeof a
head.
Leiwa. Pass, o/lea.
Leiyadi. A shoot springing up
from last years seed.
Leka. To try; to attempt; to
test; to tempt. A sore made
by carrying a burden, etc.
Lekaba. A pack-ox.
Lekadiba. A deep hole in a
stream; a pool in a river bed;
a pool.
Lekakaba. A leaf.
Le kale k ana. To be equal; to
be equal-sided.
Lekalekane. Square. Se le-
kalekane, it is equal-sided; it
is square.
Lekamphane. A bow, Int.
Lekana. To be equal; to be
alike. To be able to do a
work; to be equal to a work.
Lekanla. To be sufficient for;
to be equal for.
Lekantsa=Lekantsana.
Lekantsana. An ornament, or
fringe on a mans girdle; a
fringe.
Lekants. Perf. o/lekanya.
Lekanwa. Pass. 0/lekana.
Lekanya. To make equal; to
measure.
Lekanyana. A wild dog.
Lekanye. Perf. of lekana. Go
lekanye, it is enough.
Lekanyetsa. To measure for;
to divide.
Lekapana. A wild cucumber,
Int.
Lekape. Husk ; rind ; peel;
pod; shell; scale of fish.
Lekatane. A kind of small
green pumpkin.
Lekatanyane. A little lekatane.
Lekatla. One who has not yet
been to circumcision.
Lekau. A youth. A cows
womb ; a wild animals womb.
Lekauana. A big boy.
Lekaudi. A straggling lock of
hair ; a lock of hair.
Lekawa. A wild cucumber.
Lekedi. A nursery bed for
tobacco plantsa seed-bed.
Lekla. Go lekla kwa pele,
to try to go forward; to go
ahead.
Lekella. To try the depth;
to sound water.
LEKELETSA=Lekelela.
Lekete. Heavy ; a weight. A
pit dug in the ground for a
grave, or game trap.
Leketla. To shake, as a loose
pole, or a disjointed limb or
thing.
Lekgabe. Chiefly used in the
plural: makgabe. Strings
dangling in front of women
and girls to hide their naked-
ness.
Lekgabi. Half of an edible
bulb split in digging.
Lekgadi. A Mantatee.
LEKGAREB=Kgareb.
Lekgasa. A strip of a tattered
garment.
Lekgathi. A division ; a part;
a clump; a group; a parcel.
Lekgle. A fruit nearly ripe.
Lekglebe. A bank, or dam
for holding a small quantity of
water.
Lekgth. A tax; tribute.
Lekgethu. A sharp stone for
cutting; a flint.
LEKGA=Lekha.
Lekgba. A negro; an old
colonial slave.
Lekgola. One who has not
been to circumcision, or bo-
yale. Used as a term of re-
proach.


LEKG0TLA=Kg0tla. Ba lekgo-
tla, the councillors of a chief.
Lekgwaho. A lung.
Lekgwakgwa. The cartilage of
a nose.
Lekhaha. Anything very light,
as a piece of empty honey-
comb.
Lekha. A white man; an
Englishman.
Lekhonkhobe. A colonial
Kaffir.
Lekhubu. A ridge ; a wave.
Lekhue. An egg remaining
after the rest are hatched ; an
egg dropped outside a nest.
Lekhuyana. Dimin. 0/lekhubu.
Lekhwaho. A lung.
Lekinetana. A deserter from
a working party.
Lekitlan. A joining ; a joint.
Lekobo. A wild animal re-
sembling a tiger.
Lekodisa. Caus. of lekola. Go
mo lekodisa, to give informa-
tion about him. Go lekodisa
dikgomo, to tell about the
cattle.
LEKK=Leshom.
Lekkma. A side burden on
a pack-ox.
Lekola. To visit; to call upon
in sickness.
Lekol. A sand shovel, Int.
Lekoloane. A young man;
one verging on manhood.
Lekoloanyane. A boy just out
of the circumcision.
Lekllwana. A large white
locust bird.
Lekolonkwane. A small kind
of elephant, Int.
Lekt. A kind of large mouse;
a small rat, living among
stones; a lump of earth turned
up by plough, or spade ; a
lump of dry clay.
Lekoto. A leg ; a waggon
wheel. PI. maoto.
Lekotwana. A little lekoto.
The centre pole in a hut; a
verandah post.
Lekuchwana. A boy big enough
to herd goats.
Lekuka. A milk sack; used
for a wine skin.
Lekukunopu. See Makukuno-
pu.
Lekuru. A boy big enough to
herd goats; a kind of small
ground bird.
Lekwa. Pass, of leka.
Lekwakwa. A stone with sharp
edges; a rough stone of vol-
canic formation.
Lekwal. A notch cut in a
stick for keeping count.
Lekwati. The outer bark of a
tree.
Lekwele. An edible tuber;
used for a potato.
LEKWT=Lekt. A lump of
clay, etc.
Lekwetekwi. A Namaqua
partridge.
Lela. To weep. Perf. ledile.
To be very hot, of the sun. A
bowel. PI. mala.
Lelahala. To become very
hot; to become very long.
Lelahatsa. To lengthen. Used
of speech.
Lelahetse. Perf. 0/lelahala.
Lelala. To look upwards; to
lean back so as to look up.
Lelalla. To look up to.
Lelaletsa. Caus. of lelalla.
Lelata. A servant-maid ; a
woman-servant.
Lelatsa. To cause to look up.
Go lelatsa tlhg, to lean the
head back so as to look up.
Lele. Long.
Leleditse. Perf. of leletsa.
Lelehala. To become long.
Lelehatsa. To make long.
Lele hu. A tonsil; a uvula.
Llka. To drive away ; ^ to
ursue so as to turn and bring
ack; to chase. A word of
two distinctly different mean-
ings.
Lelekile. Perf. of llka.
Lella. To weep for. Go le-


lla godinio, to weep loudly; to
wail.
Lelelele. Very long.
Llmla. To creep, or crawl,
as a snake in grass, or a man
hiding for an evil purpose.
Used also of a person seeking
his way along an unknown
road.
Lelenya. To clamour ; to talk
very loudly.
Lelepa. A difficult, or intricate
knot; a puzzle ; a riddle; a
mystery.
Leletsa. To play for. From
letsa.
Leloba. A kind of interior
tree.
Lelobu. A chameleon.
Lelokolol. A joint, as of
linger, wrist, or ankle.
Lel wala=Lolwala.
Lema. To pick, as for corn ; to
plough ; to dig.
Lma. A word referring to the
shape of an animals horns.
E lemile yan ? how do its
horns stand? what sha e horns
has it P Di lemetse kwa godimo,
they point upwards.
LEMALA=Larn ala.
LEMATSA=Lamatsa. Caus. of
lemala.
Lemga. To become ploughed,
as ground; to be arriving in
parties, as men at a pic.
Lemla. To plough for; to till
for.
Lemna. A pitfall with spikes
in the bottom ; a trap for
game; a trap.
Lemesetsa. To cause to gush
out.
Lemetsaphala. A large ser-
pent, Int.
Lemetse. Perf. of lemla and
lemala. Dinaka di lemetse
kwa godimo, the horns point
upwards.
Lemi. The fibrous part of a
pumpkin.
Lemile. Perf, of lema and
lma. Dinaka di lemile yan ?
how do the horns stand ?
Lemisa. To plough one day
without payment. From lema.
Lemisitse. 0 lemisitse dinaka,
he is standing with arms
stretched out, and hands point-
ing upwards. From lma.
Lemme. A little ; a small quan-
tity. O nneile lemme hla, he
has only given me a little.
Lemoga. To observe ; to per-
ceive ; to know.
Lemohala. To become good;
to be profitable.
Lemohatsa. Caus. 0/lemohala.
Lemolola. To sow a second
time, one sowing having failed;
to turn people from former
customs; to set right. A tla
ba lemolola mo mekgwen ea
boshula, he will turn them
from evil habits.
Lemosga. To become notice-
able, or evident.
Lemotsha. Caus. 0/lemoga.
Lemphoro. A young bird.
Lemphorwana. A chicken; a
nestling.
Lencho. Black.
Lenchorwana. A young bird;
a nestling.
Lencwe. A voice; the sound
of a voice.
Lencw. A stone; a hill; a
mountain. PI. may.
Lene. Linen (hybrid).
LENiBi=Lenyedi, Int.
Lenon. A vulture.
Lent. A stray locust; a locust
left behind by a swarm; a
locusts leg.
Lentaachwene. One who has
slain a man in battle ; one who
has killed a ravenous beast; a
feast made in honour of such a
man.
Lkntsts. A nit of a louse.
Lenya. A scallop cut out in a
kaross; an ornamental design
on a wall.
Leny^phiri. A block of lime-


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A. against another ; to canse to lean. 0 aegile lomati, he has A. These. MatlbO a, these caused the plank to lean. eyes. Sign of the possessive: AEGILWE. Secwalo se aegilwe, matlho a gagwe, his eyes. Sign the door is put to lean. of the imperative : a ba. tie, let AEGOLOLA. To remove a leaning them come. Sign of the interthing. rogative: a ba tsile? have they AGA. To build. come P AGALANA. To live together ; to ABA. To give; to divide ; pass. be neighbours. abiwa., and aywa. AGECWE. Built for. ABAKA. To divide, as with both AGELA = Beela. Lehoko ya bands; to squander. kgosi le agela mosa.ko, the ABALANA. To divide among each chief's word inspires trust. other. AGELELA. To tarry with, or live ABECWE. Ke abecwe, I am prewith for a time, as when visit. sented with. Ba abecwe nama ing i to edify. le madi, they are sharers of AGELELANA. To be friendly with flesh and blood. each other; to be at peace with ABELA. To divide for; to give each other. Go agelelana le to ; to present with ; to distribOna, to be on friendly tenns bute. with them. ABi:LWA. To be made a partaker AGILE. PeTf. of aga. Ke agile of. nae, I live with him. ABILWE. PeT/. pass. of aba. AGISA. To cause to build; to ABIWA. Pass. of aba. make peace. ABO LA. To make a large openAGISANTSE. Perf. of a.gisanya. ing; to break open, a.s a house AGISANYA. Go agisa.nya. batho, or wound. to make people at peace with ABULA. To flap the wings slowly, each other. Go agisa.nya batho as vultures about to alight; to le Modimo, to make men at try to walk, as an infa.ut. peace with God. Ga ba agisa.nye, AcwA. To help those who have they are not at peace with each suffered loss; to make good other. Go agisa.nya le Modimo, a loss; to give to a needy per-to be at peace with God. son. AGIWA. Pass. of aga. ADILE. PeT/. of ala. AGTERELAE. Tlhobolo ea. ADILWE. Perf. pass. of ala.. E agterelae, a breech-loading adilwe dimati, 1t is floored with rifle (hybrid). boards. AHE. Maina ahe P which names P Annu. To lend; to borrow. AICWE=Aitse. ADINWA. Pass. ofa.dima. AILA. To walk slowly, picking Ai:GA. To put one thing to lean up one's feet with difficulty. 249

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A ITS E. Of course; truly; surely; you know. AKA. To lie ; to tell lies. AKABADIWo\. Pa,ss. of akabala. Go akabadiwa ke t!ela, to be in doubt as to the road. AKABALA. To be perplexed ; to be bewildered ; to halt between two opinions. AKABATSA. To cause to be in doubt; to bewilder. AKAHALA. To commit adultery. Used either of a. man or wo man. AKAJIETSA. To approach and spread out, as an attacking force ; to put grass on a roof temporarily; to put sticks, etc., as a temporary fence. AKANTSE. Perf. of a.kanya. AKANYA. To reason; to debate in one's mind; to think over; to-ponder. AKANYETSA. To reason for ; to consider, or think for. AKANYO. A reasoning ; a. won dering or cogitation. AKEDITSE. Perf. ofa.ketsa. AKELA. To lie to, or about ; to listen attentively to; to obey. AKETSA. To lie to ; to lie against; to speak falsely about. AKGA. To swing anything from side to side. AKGAAKGA. To bother. or weary, as by leading about hither and thither. AKGAAKGANA. To bother, as by many speaking at once; to pass speedily from one work to another. AKGAAKGEGA. To be unstable; to be changeable in purpose; to be in doubt, as concerning a path. Go akgaakgega mo peduii, to be distracted, to be bothered. AKGANA. To vary, or dift"er in telling a story ; to disagree in making a report. AKGANWA. To pass from one to another; as a thing much lent. AKGATECWA. To be too long tongued. AKGEGA. To be swung from side to side; to sway. Akge!l& mo, to hang from. Se akgegile mo seatleii. sa gagwe, it is hang ing from his hand. AKGOLA. To dandle, as an in fant; to toss up and down ; to remove the dikgoba with hand when winnowing. A KO. A ko n tle, please come. AKOHA. To hasten ; to make haste; to come quickly. 0 tla akoha a tsamaea, he will soon go. AKOHISA. Oaus. ofakoha. AKOLA. To become fat (of ani mals); to be fat (of meat). AKOTSE. Perf. of akola;. Di akotse, the_y_ are fat. AKOTSHA. :Metse a. t]a; akotsha a bela, the water will soon boil. Akotsha come quickly A di akotshe, let them come quickly. AKWA. Pa,ss. of aka. -ALA. To spread a skin, etc., out on the ground. ALAHA. To doctor. ALAHIWA. Pass. ofala;ba. ALAHWA. Pass. ofala;ba. ALE. Maru ale, those clouds yonder. ALELA. To put a framework of sticks under meat in a pot. ALETSA. To make a bundle of sticks, etc., ready for tying up; to scold, or talk against anum ber of people without distin guishing one from another. ALOGA. To be finished, as a work, ceremony, etc.; to come out of a heathen ceremony at its close. Go a.loga botsetse, to cease (pf the lochial dis charge). Nwana o alogile, the child's navel is healed. ALOLA. To take up that which was spread out;= Leleka. ALOSA. To give a boy -or girl new clothes on coming out of heathen ceremony.

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AKA. To touch. AKAOANA. To touch each other. AMAGANYA. To put things so that thez touch each other. AMANA. To touch each other. Amana nae, touch him. AKANYE. PIJ'Y'f. of amana. AHARURE. Verily ; truly ; of a truth. Lehoko le amarure, the word is true. AMILE. P!J'Y'f. of ama. AHOGA. To take; to ta)i:e with out leave, or contrary to wish. AMOGANA. To give and receive mutually ; to receive mutual benefit. AMOOELA. To receive or take a thing offered. Mo amogele, receive him. AMOLA. To deprive of food by taking the largest share ; to help, or rescue a person in difficulties. 0 mo amotse mo go eo moii.we, he has rescued him from the other one. AHOLOGA. To become divided, as friends. AMOLOGANA. To separate by mutual consent. AHPO=Kgampo. AMULE. Pe1j. of anya. AMUSA. Caus. ofanya; to suckle. ANA. An inte!"-\ection denoting surprise; why. upon my word ANAMA. To spread, as a tree's roots; to spread out, as a land. Go anama le lehatshe yeotlhe, to spread abroad into all the world. Metse a anametse kwa kgakala, the water is spread out far and wide. ANAliiiSA. To cause to spread. ANANTSE. P!J'Y'f. of ananya. ANANYA. To exchange. ANAPA=Apatla, and Apaapa. ANEGA. To spread anything out, so as to dry or air. ANOGA. To break up and dis appear, as clouds or darkness. ANYA. To suck, as an infant. ANYALOOA. To throw off a cloak, etc. ANYILE. P!J'Y'f. ofanya. ANYIWA. Pass. ofanya. ANYocu. To strip ; to throw off clothing. ANYOLOLA. To cut straight poles. ANWA. Pass. of anya. Ao. An expression of sorrow, or reproach. Ao ntlha! oh that if only Aosi. Madi aosi, blood only, AOTLHE. Madi aotlhe, all the blood. APAAPA. To grope, or feel in the dark for a thing whose whereabouts is known. APAEA. To cook; to bathe, or foment, with hot water. PIJ'Y'[. apeile. APARA. To dress ; to put on upper garments ; to dress one self. P!J'Y'f. apere. Ba sa apare, they do not clothe themselves. APARWA. Pass. ofapara. APATLA. To or feel one's way, as a bhnd man ; to walk with a foolish gait, as a drunken man ; to travel by a road not known; to feel one's way when speaking about an unfamiliar subject. APEELA. To cook for. APEGA. To become cooked. APERE. Perf. ofapara. APESA. Caus. of apara. To clothe. A di mo apesa, he clothed him with them. APESIWA.0 Pass. ofapesa. APoGA. To be undressed. APOLA. To undress; to take off upper garments. Go apola matlhii, to open the eyes. APOLWA. Pass. ofapola. APOTSE. P!J'Y'f. ofapola. ARA. To cut open a swelling or sore. ARABA. To answer. Pass. araywa. ARui:ELA. To warm oneself ; to smoke with medicine. Go di aramela musi, to them with burning medicine.

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Go aramela.letsatsi, to lie, or bask in the sun. Se o ka ara mela.ii. ka. shona, that which he can warm himself with. ARAYWA. Pass. ofa.raba. ARELA. To cut deeply into a. sore, so as to let out the matter ; to open an abscess at the lower part, or on one side ; to dig into an animal's hole at a distance from the entrance, and in the direction in which the hole points. AaoGANYA. To cleave asunder; to divide lengthwise, ARoLA. 1'o make a large open. ing in a sore ; to make a large, gaping wound. To hold out a hand expecting to receive something one does not get. AsHETSA=Asetsa. ATA. To breed (of animals); to increase (of people). ATAMALANA. To approach each other. ATAMEDIWA. Pass. ofatametsa. ATAMELA. To approach. ATAMETSA. To cause to ap. proach. A1-i:LA. To increase for ; to breed for. ATLA. To kiss. ATLAATLA.. To kiss much ; to fondle. ATLA.BALA, To extend; to spread out. ATLA.HALA. To work"carelessly or clumsily ; to bungle ; to err in doing work, either from carelessness, or incapacity. ATLANEGA.. 'fo be too much, or too numerous, as a large heap of gathered locusts, a super abundance of food, or an im mense drove of game. ATLANEGELA. To be too much for. Diyo di mo atla.negetse, the food is too much for him. ATLAPA=Apa.tla. ATLARELA. 'fo receive with open arms ; to receive with palms of the hands sptead out. ATLATLELA. To provide medi cine or food for a sick person. ATLEGA. To spread things out; to the hands wide open. ATLELA. To visit unexpectedly ; to come to, or meet unexpect edly. ATLELWA. To be visited unex pectedly ; to be met unex pectedly. ATLHAMA. To be wide; to be wide open, of a mouth, etc. ; to be open-mouthed, as with astonishment. ATLHAME. Perf. of atlbama. Mamphorwana a a.tlhame me lomo, the chickens have their months wide open. ATLHAMELA. To open wide for; to open wide into. A:rLHAMISA. To cause to be wide open; to make broad or wide. ATLHAMOLOGA. To become wide open. ATLHAMOLOSA. To cause to be come wide open. ATLHOCWE. 0 a.tlhocwe, he is acquitted. ATLHOGA. To become settled satisfactorily; to be decided to the satisfaction of one inter ested. ATLHOLA. To decide a disputed question ; to arbitrate ; to judge. Ba mo atlhola. gore a shwe, they condemned him to death. ATLHOLELA. To decide for; to decide in a manner favourable to. Ba mo atlholela. go shwa, they condemned him to death. ATLHOTSE, Perf. ofatlhola.. Ba mo atlhotse, they have ac quitted him. A:I'SA.NYA.. Go atsa.nya magano, to speak at cross purposes. AYWA. Pass. of aba.

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BA. Again. Perf. bile. Particle of nouns beginning with ba. Pers. pron. they. BAA. Baa roiiwa, they are sent. Baa pelo=baea pelo. BAABERWI. Pt of moaberwi. BAAKAHADI. Pl. of moakabadi. BAAKANCWE. Perf. pass. of baaka.nya, prepared. BAAKANTSE. Perf. of baaka.nya, BAAKANYA. To prepare; to make ready; to set in order. Pass. baaka.ii w a. BAAKANYEDICWE. Prepared for. BAAKANYETSA. To prepare for; tc make ready for. BAAKI. Pl. of moaki. BAANYA=Baakanya. BAANYETSA=Baaka.nyetsa. BAANWA= Baakaii wa. BAAPOSTOLOI. Pl. of moapo-stoloi. BABA. Pl. of mmaba. To itch, or be irritable; to irritate, or cause to itch, as vermin; tc prick, as very fine thorns; tc smart, as an eye. BABADI. Pl. of mmadi. BABALELA=Tlamela, and gote lela. BABANCWE. Perf. pass. of babanya. BABANTSE. Perf. of babanya. BABANYA. To crack, as fire a pot in the kiln. BABANYEGA. 'fo be cracked (of earthen vessels, worked wood, etc.); to deny vehemently. BABAPATSI. Pl. ofmmapatsi. BABEA. To walk softly, on account of sore feet; to walk stealthily. BABEDI. Two. Batho babedi, two people. BABELA. 1'o ornament wooden spoons, etc., by burning marks on them. BABELAHADI. Pl. ofmmelahadi, BABELEGI. Pl. ofmmelegi. BABELEGISI. Pt. of mmelegisi. BABEREKI. Pt. of mmereki. BABOBODI. Pl. of mmobodi. BABODI. Pl. of mmodi. BABODUHADI. Pl. ofmmoduhadi. BABOGA. To become scorched, or singed. BABOLA. To scorch, or singe. BABOLAEA. Pl. of mmolaea. BABOLAI. Pl. of mmolai. BABOLEDI, Pl. of mmoledi. BABOTLANA. Pl. of mmotlana. BABOTLANYANA. P/,. of mmo tlanyana. BABUISI. Pt of mmuisi. BACUOLODI. Pt. of mocuolodi. BACWAIWA. Pl. ofmocwaiwa. BACWANA. Pt. ofmocwana. BADIHI. Pl. ofmodihi. BADILE. Perf. of bala. BADILWE. Perf. pass. of bala; counted ; read. BADIMA. To appear (of a new moon) ; to shine, as lightning. BADIMO. Evil spirits. BADISA. Pl. of modisa. BAEA. To place ; tc set down. Perf. beile. Baea pelo, wait ; have patience. BAELEGISI, Pl. of moelegisi. BAEN. Pt. of moeii. HAETI. Pl. of moeti. BAETSI. Pl. of moetsi. BA GA. Bana ba ga maii P whose children are they P BAGALADI. Pl. of mogaladi. BAG ANI. PT,. of mogani. BAGODI. Pt. ofmogodi. BAGODUN. Pl. of mogoduii. BAGOGABANYANA. Pl. of mo gogabanyana. BAGOGAIE. Pt. of mogogaie. BAGOGI. Pl. ofmogogi. BAGOGWADI, Pt ofmogogwadi. BAGOKAHADI. Pl. of mogoka.badi. BAGOLO. Pt. of mogolo. BAGOLWANE. Pl. oj'mogolwane, BAGOMA. Pl. of mogoma. BAGOMOTSI. Pl. of mogomotsi, BAGWE, Pl. of mogwe. BAHE. Batho balre P which people P

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HAHULA. PZ. of mohula. BAHUMANEGI. PZ. of mohu manegi. BAIKEPI. PZ. ofmoikepi. BAIKGOGOMOSI. PZ. Of moikgo. gomosi. BAIKI. Wood-boring beetles, Int. BAILA. To beat with the open hand ; to walk with turned-out toes. BAIPOLEDI. PZ. ofmoipoledi. .BAIYI. PZ. of moiyi. BAKA. To praise; to praise in song; to extol ; to, applaud; to cease entirely from doing. BAKAULENWE. PZ. of mokau leiiwe. BAKEGA. To become praised ; to be blessed. BAKELA. To cease entirely from doing. BAKETSE. Perf. of bakela. 0 baketse boleo, he has ceased entirely from sin. BAKGETHISI. PZ. ofmokgethisi. BAKGOBI. PZ. of mokgobi. BAKGORI. PZ. ofmokgori. BAKGOTU. PZ. ofmokgotu. BAKHONKHOBE. PZ. of mokhonkhobe. BAKWA. Pass. of baka. BALA. To count; to read ; to kill, or be the first to wound an animal, and hence have a claim to it. BALABALA, To babble ; to chat. ter; to prate; to talk without ceasing. BALALA. PZ. of mola.la. BALALEDIWA. PZ. of molale. diwa. BALATODI. PZ. n.f molatodi. BALE. Ba.tho bale, those people yonder. BALECWE. Perf. pass. of balela.. Ke balecwe ke mathe, I have a choking sensation in my throat. BALEGA=Hatoga, and Sia. BALEKANE. PZ. of molekane. BALELA. To bind round the edges of a. thatched roof, or the top of a lolwapa hedge ; to read for; to count for ; to cause a. choking sensation in the throat. BALEOHI. PZ. of moleohi. BALKPI. PZ. ofmolepi. BALkTI. PZ. o.f moleti. BALOGA. To be in heat, used of a bitch, or any animal having paws. BALOMATSEBE. PZ. of molomatsebe BALOTLHANYI. PZ. of molo-tlhanyi. BALOTSANA. PZ. ofmolot.sana. BALWETSE. PZ. of molwetse. BAMBANYEGA = Babanyega. BANA. PZ. ofiiwana. BANANA. PZ. ofmonana. BANE. Batho bane, four people. BANKANA. PZ. ofmonkana. BANKANE. PZ. o.f monkane. BANNA. Pl. ofmonna. BANONA. PZ. ofmonona. BANTSI. Many. Used with nouns in ba. BAN'l'SINYANA. Not a few. BAN YAN A. PZ. of iiwanyana. BANYATSI. PZ. of mon_I_atsi. BAN YE. Few, small. Used with nouns in ba. BAN. Neighbours. Ba.ii ka bona, their neighbours. BANONOREG 1. PZ. of moiioiioregi. BANWE. Some. Used with nouns in ba. Baiiwe ka Ema, his, or her companions. BANWENYANA, A few. BA6=Bauo. BAOBAMEDI. PZ. oJ moobamedi. BAOBAMEDI = Baobamedi. BAOMANI. Pi. of moowani. BAOPA. PZ. ofmoopa. BAOPEDI. PZ. of moopedi. BAPA. To be side by side; to be near each other, side by side, without touching. BAPAGA:MI. PZ. ofmopagami. BAP ALA. To gather together by trading; to acquire by trade ; to collect.

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BAPALELA. To acquire for; to collect for. BAPATELETSI. Pt ofmopateletsi. BAPATSA. Oa;u,s. of bapala; to sell. BAPELO=Baea pelo. BAPETISA. To baptize (hybrid). BAPETSE. Per.f. of bapala.. BAPHOUJIIEDI. Pl.ofmophoumedi. BAPISA. Oaus. ofbapa, to place side by side ; to compare ; to put on the same level ; to make equal. BAPOLA. To stretch out, and peg down, as an ox-hide for braying; to crucify. BARARO. Three. Used with nouns in ba. BARATARO. Six. Used with nouns in ba. BARATWA. Pl. ofmoratwa. BARATWI. Pl. of moratwi. BAROBI. Pt of morobi. BAROKA. Pl. of moroka. BARRA. Pl. of rra. BARUTI. Pl. ofmoruti. BARUTWA. Pl. ofmorutwa. BARUTWANA. Pl. ofmorutwana. BARUTWI. Pl. ofmorutwi. BARWA. Pl. of morwa. BARWADI. Pl. ofmorwadi. BARWETSANA. Pl. of morwe. tsana. BAs. A root used in tanning (hybrid). BAsA. To tan ; to colour in tanning (hybrid). BASADI. PZ. of mosadi. BASALAGAE. Pl. of mosalagae. BASEBI. Pl. of mosebi. BASETI. Pl. of moseti. BAS Pl. of mosetsana. BASHOTLI. Pl. of moshotli. BASHUPA. Seven. With nouns in ba. BASHUPI. Pl. of moshupi. BASHUSHU. Pl. ofmoshushu. BASHWAGADI. Pl. of mosbwa. gadi. BASHWI. PZ. of moshwi. BASIJIIEGI. Pl. ofmosimegi. BASISI=-Ma.sisi, lnt. BASOTHO. Pl. ofmosotho. BATA. To slap with the hand ; to smite. Go bata leitlho, to shut an eye. BATALALA. To lie down so as to hide. BATANYA. To throw flat on the ground. BATANYETSEGA. To fall, or be thrown flat on the ground. BATAOLEGA. To be dry, or parc.hed, as a mouth. BATEGA. To plaster a wall by throwing lumps of clay on. BATEI,A. 'fo creep to by stealth, for an evil purpose ; to desire to have criminal intercourse with. BATHo. Pl. of motho. BA'fHONYANA. A fe1v people. BA1'HUN. Mo bathuii, among the people. BATIMEDI. Pl. of motimedi. BATLA. To seek ; to be about to do, but not actually to do. BATLADIKI. Pl. of motladiki. BATLAKW A. Pl. o.f motlakwa. BATLHALE. Pl. of motlhale. BATLHANKA. Pl. of motlhanka. BATLHANO. Five. Used with nouns in ba. BATLHATLEI. Pl. ofmotlhatlei. BATLHODI. Pl. of motlhodi. BATLHOMEDI. Pl.ofmotlhomedi. Pass. ofbatla. To sharpen a spear, etc., by beating it out. Go batola serope, to slap the thigh. BATSADI. Pt ofmotsadi. BATSANTSABETSI. Pl. ofmotsan. tsabetsi. BATsETSENEKI. Pl. of motsetseneki. BATSHEDI. Pl. of motshedi. BAUCWA. Pl. ofmoucwa. BAUO. Those. Used with nouns in ba. BAUTLWI. Pl. of moutlwi. BAWETSI. Pl. ofmowetsi. BE. E be e le go boea, it l)eing to return. Ke be ke tle, I come again.

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BEA. To hedge; to enclose by a. hedge; to make a. hedge. Pass. beiwa.. BEBENTSHA. Oaus. of bebenya.. BEBENYA. To tremble, as the lips of an angry, or a.mnsed person; to flicker, or shine, as distant lightning. BECWANA. Pt ofmocwa.na.. BEDILE. Perf. ofbela. BEDISA. Oaus. ofbela.. BEDITSE. Perf. of betsa.. BEDIWA. Pass. ofbetsa.. BEELA. To hedge for. B:E:ELA. To place for;' to allot. Beela pele, to place before, to place in front of. Beela dia.tla., to stretch out the hands, as when about to lay hold of .a. fugitive. Beela thOko, to put by for, to put on one side for. BEELECWE. Betrothed. Beelecwe ke, betrothed to. BEELELA. To betroth; to be speak a thing ; to give a. pledge for ; to make, or place a. mark as a sign for guidance; to place a. thing under a burden, as a cushion, or a. skin on a pack ox's back. BEGA. To find a thing not be longing to oneself; to find, or pick up accidentally ; to find a wild animal that had been wounded and escaped. BEHA. To fall (of a counte nance) ; to look sorrowful, or disappointed; to deteriorate morally; to become evil. Tiho e e behileii., tiho e e mashwe. BEHEGA. To become changed, as a. countenance. BEHEL.\.. To look at, as if offended or grieved. BEHOGA. To seem about to vomit, as a. dog. BElLE. Perf. of ba.ea.. BEISA. Oaus. ofbaea.. BEIWA. Pass. ofbea.. BBKA. To cut meat into thin slices for curing ; to take a. wife to her new home. BEKA. To affront; to offend; to treat with indignity, or contempt ; to presume. Mosese o bekile mosadi, the dress does not become the woman, being too good for one in her station. Lehoko lea. mmeka, the word hurts his feelings. BEKARA. To copulate. Used of male sheep and goats. BEKARWA. To copulatt>. Used of female sheep and goats. BEKEGA. To become cut into thin slices. B:EKEGA. To become affronted, or offended ; to be stabbed by a word; to be heart-sore. A ua bekega ? are you affronted? are your feelings hurt ? B:EKWA. Pass. ofbeka. BELA. To boil; to become leavened; to dance with a per son ; to lift a person up in pride, and cause him to become boastful. B:ELA. See BEELA. BELAELA. To doubt ; to be in doubt about; to be uncertain in one's mind. Bi:LAELA=Belaela., Int. BELAESEGA= Belaetsega. BELAETSA. Oaus. of belaela. BELAHALA. To boast; to become boastful; to behave proudly. BELEHETJ.EGA. To bellow much, as a. cow when leaving her calf; to cry much, as a cross child. BELEEGA. To be impudent ; to talk impudently. BELEGA. To bear a burden; to carry ; to bring forth-used of a woman. BELEGE. Perf. ofbelega. BELEGISA. Oaus. of belega. BELEGOLOLA. To unburden. Go belegolola. kgomo, to free a from its burden. BELEGWA. Pass. ofbelega. BELESA. To cause to carry; to load upa pack-ox. BELE'rHANA. To gather together in a. great crowd.

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:BELETSA. To beat for. }!EL WA. To be exalted, or lifted up. Used in a bad sense. BENO. Batho beno=batho ba gago ; batho ba Iona. BEN. ofmoii., a master. Beii. ba rona, our masters. BEocw:E. Perf. pass. of beola. BEOLA. To shave ; to shear; to shave off a part of the hair. BEPA. To cease from anger; to cool down, as an angry man. BERA. To prate ; to talk incessantly. BEREKA. To work (hybrid). BESA. To roast; to broil; to bake. BESICWE. Perf. pass. ofbesa. BESIWA. Pass. ofbesa. BETA. To choke; to strangle; to grasp by the throat. Go beta dikucho, to seize by the throat. BET ABET A. ro speak in a low, murmuring tone. BETEGA. 0 betegile momeco, His throat is closed up. BE'rELELA. To hold down; to overcome for an evil purpose; to master ; to press down, as in fighting. BETELWA. Go betelwa ke pelo, to be bitter against. BETLA. To work with an adze ; to work in wood; to do the work of a carpenter. BETLELELA. To make a wry face, as if about to cry. BETOGA. To cry without cause; to be dissatisfied; to be dis pleased without cause. BETOLOGA. To rise above the skin, as proud flesh ; to swell and protrude, as a child's navel. BETSA. To beat when standing; to punish. BETSEGA. To gush out; to burst out; to come out of place; to rush out. BETS!. Pl. of Nwetsi. BETWA. Pu-ss. of Beta. Go be twa ke pelo, to be sad; to be peevish; to be angry. B:EwA. Pass. of Baea. BIBIN. A kind of eagle or vul ture. BxcwA. Pass. ofBipa. BIDIKAJIIIA. To roll oneself about on the ground, or in bed; to wallow. BIDILALA. To be in the wrong place, as something fallen from a wagon. BIDILEGA. To put things where they ought not to be ; to strew about out of place. Di bidile gilwe ke ena, they have been strewn about by him. BIDILETSE. Perf. ofbidilala. BIDITSE. Perf. ofbitsa. BIDIWA. Pass. ofbitsa. BIHA=0manya. BILATSA. To eat up all the food; to drink up all the drink. BILE. Per f. of ba. Again ; also. Ba bile ha robetse, they are asleep again. A bile a tshedile, he was alive again. A bile a na le ditsala, he had some friends also. BILETSA, To call to. BILOGA. To shoot up, as water; to bubble up ; to rise to the surface, as a fish, etc. BILOLA. To cause to shoot up, or rise up, as water, etc. BINA. To dance ; to worship by dancing; to venerate a fetish ; to sing a dance tune. Perf. binne. BINNE. Perf. ofbina. BIPA. To cover; to bide by covering ; to spread over; to veil. Pass. bicwa and bipiwa. BIPILWE. Covered. BIPIWE. Pass. of bipa. BIPOLOLA. To uncover; to remove a covering; to unveil. BISA. Go bisa go bona, not to see ; without seeing. BITIA. To patch. Pass. bitiwa. BITIELA. To cover over ; to put a patch on ; to kill on the sly ; to assassinate. BITIWA, Pass. ofbitia. B

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BITLA. To rub with the finger, as a sore eye, or a kaross when killing vermin; B ITSA. To call; to cry out. P61"f. biditse. BITSANYA. To eaU each other. Bo. The varying uses of bo are so numerous that it is imprac ticable to explain them all. A few examples only are selected. Ba bo ba na nae, they were with him. Ka go bo=ka gonne. Bomonnawe, pZ. of monnawe. Bogobe yo bo yewaii, the bread that is eaten. Ea bo e le mo t1uii, it was in the house. A bo a mo thusa, he was helping him. Bo ke ena=ha e le e!la. Bo ra maii.maii., so and so's family. BoA=Boea. BoAno:ELA. To return again and again ; to apply often ; to dun. BoAGO. A dwelling place; a habitation ; a building plane. BoAKA. Fornication; lascivious ness; debauchery. Go diha boaka, to commit adultery. BoAMARURE. Truth ; true. Ka boamarnre, truly. BOATLA. Unskilfulness; clumsi ness ; carelessness; failure or error in work. PZ. diwatla. BoATLHAMO, Width; breadth. BoBA. To hide by stooping ; to hide behind something. BonA. To eat fast ; to gulp down food. BonE. Excess ; very much; too much. Danger, Int.=Mashwe. BooED!. The second. Used with nouns in ba. Bon:ELA. To pit, as a swelling when pressed ; to become in dnted, or pressed in. Bon:Eo. A place fur putting things. BOBETO. Cross, or fretful; crossness in a child. BonETSA. OOIUB. of bobela. To cause to pit ; to indent, or press in with a finger. Bonr. A spider's web. Pl. mabi. Bonmmmr. Impenetrable; the place where the babidibidi live. Bonmmr. An expanse of land, or water; very large or exten sive, as a large swelling, a large army, or a wide-spreading plot ofland. Bonr"N=Mashweii.. In danger, Int. BonrPo. Future darkness; hades. Boooou. Laziness; lazy. BOBOA=Boboea. BoHOKA. Wool; hair of an animal. Bonor. Fearful ; blunt. Bon6K6. Brains. BonoKWE= Bocwelelopele, Int. BonoLA. To be ill ; to be sick. BoooLOLO. A letting out time for cattle. BOBOLELARUR!i:. Truth, lnt. BonORA. To murmur, or talk in a low voice; to growl, as a dog. BonoRANA. To fear; to be drawn up, or shrugged up, a.s the arms and shoulders of a very cold or frightened person. BonoTLANA. Few; small. Ka bobotlana, in a small measure. Bonuounuou. Blueness; blue. 0 apere bobudubudu, he is clad in blue. BoBOLOKELO. A place for stor ing; a storehouse ; a garner. BocARARA. Anger; sour {of fruit, etc.) ; sourness. BocHOSABANNE. PZ. of chosabanne. BocHOGWI. PZ. of chogwi. BocHWAKGA=Bobodu. BoCHWARO. Bnndage. Boco. Place of exit. BocoHE. Old age. BocooucoKWANE. Orange-col. oured ointment used to smear women's faces, pZ. of ooduoo kwane. BocwALELO. A plane for shut-

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ting up cattle, etc. ; a hold, or fastness. BocwANA. Pertaining to a mo. cwa.na. BocwELECWEL E= Leherehere. BocWELELOPELE. Perseverance; advance. BOCWERERE=Boowiriri. Bocwmrar. Neatness, or nicety in work ; art. BoDIBA. A pool in a river bed; an open space of water sur. rounded by reeds, etc. Boor no. A a doing. BODIHOKWANE. Pt. of dibo. kwane. BoDIKI. Deliberate; slo1v in speech or action; deliberation. BoDIKOLOGiil. Slow. Used of a person. BoorKOLOGO. A place to go round by ; a circuit. BoDILA. Bluntness of teeth from eating something sour ; very sour. Used of thick milk. Pl. madila.. BoDILE. Perf. of biila. A small short-horned rhinoceros. Boouw. Phekelii ea bodimo, the opposite side of a cow to that used in milking. BoDIPA. Headstrongness; de fiance; stubborn pride ; im pudence ; crossness of a child. BoorsA. Cam. of biila.. BoDISETLHANE. PLof disetlhane. BoorsHASHE. Pt. of dishashe. BODISHOWANE. Pl. of dishiiwane. BoorTSE. Perf. of botsa.. Hair of the tail of a horse, giraffe, etc. BooiWA. Pass. ofbotsa. BoDUHALA. 'l'o become lazy; to be lazy. BoDUIIATSA. Oaus. ofboduha.la.. BoouLi:Lo. A vessel for knead ing in. DoouLo. A sitting pla.oe ; room for sitting. BoDUMA. To become shrivelled, a.s a dry oorn stalk. Boduma. yoa dikgokoii, a troop of wilde beests. BoDUPA. A bad scent, oril.avour; a stink. Sea bodupa, it smells badly. BoDUTU. Loneliness; ennui. 0 yewa ke bodutu, he is lonely. Boouro. A place for kneading. BoEA. To return ; to return from ; to shrink, a.s cloth. BOEABOEA. 'ro return again and again. BoEuu. Blue. BORDIEDI=Bobidibidi. Boi:LA. To return to. Go boela. kwa motsiii, to return to the town. Go boela kwa moragii, to return back ; to turn back. BoELEELE. Folly; foolishness. BoELELA. To return quickly, as from a good distance in one day. Boi:MO. Standing place ; stand ing room. Mo boemoii yoa. gago, in your stead, in your behalf. BoG A. To bear; to suffer; to endure. Rea. boga., we endure, etc. To put a thing in water, so that the water may not spill when carried. BoGACU. A tingling sensation in a cramped limb ; numbness. BoGADI. A dowry; cattle given to a wife's parents. BoG A GAP A. Contentiousness, Int. BoGAISHO. Excellency; excellent. BoG.UAKA. Bitterness; bitter. Ka boga.la.ka., bitterly. Meriigii e e bogala.ka., bitter herbs. BoG ALE. Anger; sharpness ; sbarp. Mo boga.liii, in anger. BoGAMO. 'l'he pla.ce of milking. Phekelii ea boga.mii, the place on a cow's side where the milker puts his head when milking. BoGANKA. Bravery ; fierceness in battle. BoGARE. The midst; the mid-

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die. E tla kga.oga.iiwa ka. bo ga.re, it will be cut asunder in the middle. BoGAREGANAGA. The wilderness; in the veldt. BoGATLAPA=Boboi. BoGATii. A. treading place. BoGAUCHWANE. Nearness. Ka boga.uch wane, close. BoGAUHE. Nearness. BoGELEGJ!fLE. Nearly ripe, used of fruit riper than bogoto. BoGISA. Caus. of boga.. To cause to bear ; to oppress ; to persecute. BoGISEDICWE. To have been persecuted for. BoGISETSA. To oppress ,for; to persecute for. BOGISITSE. PeT/. of bogisa.. BooiiBA. A tsamaea bogiiba. He went away and slept in the veldt. BoGOBE. Porridge; bread. BOGODIMO. Height. BoGODU. Theft. Boaiioii. Crust on the side, or bottom of a porridge pot. PZ. magiigii. BoGOKO. Dregs of fat after melting out. BoooLA. To bark, as a dog. Perf. bogotee. BoGiiLE. Deformity ; maimed state ; a blemish. B o G o L o Great ; greatness ; age. Bogolo go, greater than. Mo bogoloii, in greatness. BOGOLOGOCWANYANA. A. good time ago. BoooLoGoLo. Long ago ; of old. Le bogologolo, not a bit of it; never! nay verily BOGOLWANE=Bogolo. BooiiMA=Bodipa. BoGONOKO. An animal maimed through the loss of a member ; lacking a tail ; headless. BoGOPA. A. bur, or seed of grass which sticks to clothes. BoGOROGO. An arrival; time of arrival.. Boo68ANA. Chieftainship. BoGOSI. A kingdom; a govern ment. BoGOTSE. PeT/. of bogola.. BoGOTO. Unripeness (of fruit, etc.) ; unripe fruit in the first stage of ripening. Boo wADI. .Perverseness; obsti nacy. BooWAGADI. The town from which a man ha.s married a wife. BoowAYAGWE. The house of a man's father-in-law. BoGWANTA. Impudence; defi ance. BoGWEBA. Speckled. PZ. of kgweba. BoowERA. The circumcision ceremony. Go isa bogwera, to order the circumcision cere mony to take place. BiiHA. To bind; to tie round. BOHAHALELE. Extravagance ; wastefulness; prodigality. BoHECO. The last; a finishing; a completion. BOHECHWANA. A. little speed. BOHEHO. Light, not heavy; swift. Ka boheho, easily. 0 la a le boheho go bua, he was swift to speak. BoHELEHELE. Activity, lnt. BoHELELA. To give medicine to a barren woman. BiiHELELA MO. To bind in. BoHELELii. An end. BoHELEPA. Deceit; cunning. BoHELii. The last. Kwa boheloii, at the last. BoHEPHE=Botlhodi. BoHEREHERE. Deceit ; cunning. BoHIBIDU. Redness; scarlet; purple. BOHIHADU. Black ; blackness. BOHITLHANYANA. Obscurity. Ka bohitlha.nyana, obscurely. BoHIYE. A. woman's sister-inlaw; the wife of a woman's brother, Int. BOHOHU. Blindness.

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BongLooo. A place for descend-ing ; a descent. BoHOLOLA, To unbind; to untie. BonUBE. PZ. 'lf hube. BOHUBIDU=Bohibidu. BonuDisno. A grazing place. BoHUKU, A side chamber; a transept (hybrid). BoHULA. Greed; stinginess. 0 bohula, 'he is greedy, he is stingy. BoHULO. Pasturage. BoHUTSA.NA. Sorrow; sadness. Bonw A. Pass. of boha. BoHWIBIDU=Bohibidu. Bm=Boboi. BoiCHOKO. Self-restraint. BoiCHUBELO, A hiding-place; a -refuge. BOICHWARELANO. Mutual for giveness. BoiCHWARELO. Forgiveness. BOICOKECO. A place to go round by. BoiHA. To fear. BoiHANA. To fear each other. BoiHISA. To cause to fear. BoiKAELELO. A purpose; a determination ; an intention; a resolve. BOIKANYO. Confidence ; trust. BOIKANYOLOGO. Mistrust ; dis trust ; a cessation in trust. BOIKANO. Trust; faithfulness; faithful. BOIKEOLO. A going aside. BOIKEPO. Wickedness ; ungod liness ; a separation of oneself, with an evil purpose, or mo tive. BoiKETLO. Peace ; ease. BOIKANCHO. Self-esteem; pride; vaunting. BoiKGAPO. Self-restraint. BoiKGODISHO. Self-exaltation; pride. BoiKGOGOMosno. Self-exaltation ; pride. BoiKHUCO. Rest. BOIKITSISHO. Self-knowledge. BoiKOKOBECO. Meekness; hu-mility; lowliness; lowly. BoiKUTLWO. A feeling; a sen sation ; a sense of feeling. BOIKWATLHAO, Repentance; penitence. BoiLE. Perf. ofboea and boa. BonllA. Weight ; weighty ; heaviness ; heavy. BoiNOLOHACO. Humility. Bm:NoTLo. Humility. BoiPATLELo. Self-seeking. BoiPATO. An excuse. BoiPELAHA eo. Self glorifica-tion; glorying. BoiPHAPAANYO. Self-restraint; forbearance. BOIPHETLHO. Covetousness ; coveting; envying. BOIPIPOLOLO. Nakedness. BoiPOBOLO. A confessing; a confession. BoiPOLELO=Boipobolo. BoiTALECO. Presumption, Int. BoiTEKO. Self-trial ; probation; experience. BoiTEKANELO. Perfection ; per fect. B OITHALEGO. First menstruation. BoiTHAMAKO. Vanity. Motho oa boithamako=a vain man. BoiTHATO. Self-love. BoiTHIBO. Self-control; self restraint. BoiTHOMELO. Ntlo ea boitho melo, a BoiTHW ALO. A conception ; a conceiving. BoiTIBOLO. Firstbom. Nwana oa boitibolo, a firstbom child. BoiTIMOKANYO. Hypocrisy; dissembling. BoiTIRO. A self-made work. BOITLHAGANELO. Haste. BoiTLHOMAMISHO. Certainty. BOITLHOMO. An intention ; a thought. From itlhoma. BOITLHOMO. A set purpose ; a determination ; a fixed resolve. From itlhOma. BoiTLOTLO. Self-esteem. BoiTOBO. Nown,from itoba. BoiTOKO. A complaining; a complaint.

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BOITSEME. Unwillingness. BoiTSEMELECO. Unwillingness. Ka boitsemeleco, reluctantly; by shirking. BOITSENKELO. A. choosing; a choice. BolTS HA. To cause to fear. BoiTSHEGA. Drea.dfql; terrible ; fearful. Bon"SHEKISHO. Purifying ; pu Thanksgiving. BoiTUMELO. Gladness; joy. BoiYANE. A. young locust just out of the ground. Generic term for a.ll young locusts while still unable to fly. BoKA. A black, sticky substance obtained from the root of a. plant with flat, broad leaves; the bulb which yields a. cement for stopping holes ; pitch ; to. fan another. Go boka dintsi, to fan flies off with a. flapper. B6KA=Baka, to praise. BOKABAKAIEWE. Pl. of kabaka yewe. BoKAE. How many; number. BoKAKEAE. Anywhere; a. sup posed place. BoKAKA. Naughtiness; stub bornness; obstinacy. BOKALALA. 'l'o be heavy, or closing, as eyes through sleepi ness. BoKALETSE. Per f. of bokalala. BoKALO. So much; a. quantity. BoKANA. To crowd together .BoKANELA. 'l'o crowd upon ; to assail in crowds; to swarm about, as flies. BoKAPUKAPU. Watery, as food; in a. state of lluctuation, as a ripe abscess. BoKAU. Youth; the state of )OUth. BoKAULENWE. The brotherhood. BoKEI'ISHO. A furnace. BoKETE. Heaviness; heavy ; weight. BoKGAKALA. Farnrss; distance. BoKGAKGA. The soot or ashes inside a. pipe. BoKGAREBE. Pl. oflekgarebe. BOKGAYANE. Pl. ofkga.ya.ne. BoKGOLA=Lekatla. BoKGOLA=Loii.ola. BoKGOLOKWE, Roundness. BoKGOMA. Thickly set, as trees, pimples, etc. BoKGONWANA. A. number of young oxen. BoKGOPE. Pl. of kgope. BoKGOPO, Crookedness; la\vlessness. BoKGWABO. Tame; ta.menesa; docile ; harmless. BoKGWARA=Bothata. BoKGWOP6=Bokgwa.bo, Int. BoKHOHE. Pl. of khohe. BOKHUCHWANE=Bokhutsha.ne. BoKHUTLO. An end. Pl. di khutlo. BoKHUTSHANE. Shortness. BoKIMA. Thickness ; stoutness. BoKOA=Bokoa.. BoK6A. Weakness ; weak. BoKOLBLA. 'l'o scream, as a dying animal. Go bokolela moshwa.ii., to scream, as oxen over the contents of a. dead animal's stomach. BoKoLoBi:. Pl. ojkolobe. BoKOPANO. Union; commnuion; fellowship. BoKUDUBA. Young white ants. Sing. and pl. BoKUDUNKO. A. plant with ser rated leaves, and edible root. Sing. and pl. BoKWENO. The fat on an ani mal's breast ; the brisket of an ox. BOKWENI. The Bakwena coun. try; the north, to dwellers in the south. BoKWENO. Denseness; thick. nees. BoLA. To tell news ; a small bone used in divining; a dice. Pl. mala. B6LA. To become putrid ; to become rotten; to decay. Yo

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bo sa boleii., that which does not decay. BoLAANA. To kill each other. BoLADU. The ripe matter from an abscess; pus. BoLAEA. To kill. BOLAECWE. Perf. Pass. of bo laela. BoLAELWA. Pass. of bolaela. Go bolaelwa giina, to be killed there. Go bolaelwa rure, to be really killed. BoLALA. The desert side of the country; the north-west. BoLALOME. Fierce and cunning. BoLAii. A sleeping place; a kind of powder made of the taii bush; infant powder. BoLATSI. A kind of plant re. sembling tobacco. Sing. and pZ. BOLAWA. Pass. ofbolaea. BoLEA. Loose, as carded wool ; soft, as a wet fta.nnel; lax, as a mild ruler. BOLEBANA=Lebagana. BoL:Eu:E. Motse oa bolebe, such and such a town. BoLEBELEBE. Such and such a place ; a certain place, the name not being mentioned. Kgosi ea bolebelebe, a certain chief. BOLECWE. Perf. Pass. ofbolela. BoLECWA. A vegetable parasite with red flowers, and contain ing a juice which is nsed as birdlime. Also=Boleta. BoLEKANE. Fellowship. BoLEKI!:LECO. A bottom, Int. Not known in the south. BOLEKETLA. A shaking, as of a disjointed thing. BoLE LA. To relate; to tell; to preach. DoLELECWE. Perf. pass. of bo Ielela. BoLELELA. To tell to. BoLELELANA. To talk to each other in ordinary conversation. BoLELE. Length; long. BoLELE. Water moss. BOLEMO. A ploughed field ; garden ground. BoLEo. Evil; sin; error. :Mo boleuii., in siu. BOLEPOLEPO. Still:' in consis. tency, as tar when poured out. BoLETA. Smooth, as finely ground meal ; soft, as cloth ; slimy. BoLETSE. Per_(. of bolela. BOLEUN. :Mo boleuii., in sin, in error. BoLO. When preceded by the negative particles sa, se, or ga, bolo expresses Long ago. Ga ke bolo go tla, I came long ago. E se bolo nna gona, it was there long ago. Ba ka bo ba sa bolo go ikwatlhaea, they \vould long ago have repented. BoLODITSE. Perf. of bolotsa. BoLOGWERE. PZ. of logwere. BoLOr. Witchcraft. BoLOKA. To save; to keep; to spare. The tip of a. tail. BoLOKANA. 'fo save each other. BoLOKEGA. To become saved. BoLiiKii. The wet dung of cattle. BoLOLA. To set out on a. jour ney. BoLOTSA. Caus. of bolola. BoLOTSANA. Roguery. U bo liitsana, you are a scamp. BoLOTSE. Perf. of bolola. BoLOTWE. Ingenious ; clever ; able. Proud or finnicking in gait or manner. BoLWETSE. A disease; a wast ing sickness ; a lingering ill ness; a. running at the nose. Bolwetse yoa mogote, climatic fever. BoMAMATHWANE. PZ. of ma mathwa.ne. BOJuN. PZ. of maii.. BoMANMAN. Such and such people. Bomaii.ma.ii. yoa mo. tho, a man's personality. BoMAB.IGANE. Calves born in winter. BoMASHWE. Abomination.

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BoMMA. Pl. of mma. BoMliiANETE. A reality. BoMONNAWE. Pl. ofmonnawi'i. BoliiORWA. Pl. ofmorwa. BoliiORWADIA. Pl. ofmorwadia. BoMOSALE. Pl. of mosale. Bo111o. Ka bomo, wilfully, on purpose. BoliiPONYEKETLAKAKAE. Pl. of kemponyeketlakakae. Bo111UMU. Dumb; dumbness. BoNA. To see; to find; to get; to have. PIJ'f"f. bonye ; pass. biinwa; pers. pron., they. BoNAKO. Quick ; quickness. Ka bonakii, quickly. B6NALA. To appear; to be visi ble. B6NALASEGA. To become ex posed. BoNANA. Young; tender. Used with nouns in bo. B6N AN. Be bold ye B6NATSA. To make visible ; to show; to cause to be visible. BONATSEGA. To become visible; to become manifested. BONATSIWA. To be manifested. BoNATLA. Cleverness; power; notable; mighty. Ditihii tsa bonatla, mighty works ; mir acles. BONCHE. Pl. ofncbe. BoNCHO. Black ; blackness. B6NE=Bona. They. BoNE. The fourth. B6NELA, To find for; to get for. BoNEliiERU. 'fhe time of being in calf. BoNESA. To cause to see ; to enlighten. BONETSE. PIJ'f"f. of biinala. BoNKWAI, Pl. ofnkwai. BONNO. A regular sitting, or dwelling place ; a halting place of foot travellers. BONNONYANE. A little place, or room. BONOKWANE. A detachment of men for war, spying, etc. Ka bonokwane, by spying; privily. BoNOLO. Humility; meekness ; softnes$ ; tenderness ; gentle ness. Ka boniilii yoa pelo, meekness of heart. Ka boniilii, gently. BoNOMI. Bonomi yoa pelo, pity, compassion. BoNONA. A man's private parts. BoN6N6. Fatness. BoNON. A depraved appetite like that of a vulture. BoNO NW ANE = Boliitsana. BoN'l'LAHACO. A purifying. BoNTLE. Beauty. BoNTLOPANE. Pl. ofntlopane. BoNTSHA. To cause to see ; to show ; to make visible. BoNTsr. Many; a multitude. BONTSINTSI. Very many; multi tudes. BoNY A. To twinkle; to wink an eye ; slow; slowness. Ka bonya, slowly. Ga ha bonya, they are not slow. BONYABONYA. To bat the eyes. BoNY ANA. Childhood; foolish ness. Eo o bonyana, he who is foolish. BoNYATSI. Fornication. BONYE. P!J'"f. ofbiina. BONYEDI. Sticky, as gum. BONYENYE. Littleness. BONYETSANA. Kgomo e gaiiwa bonyetsana, the cow is milked after her calf is dead. BoNYWE. PeT/. pass. of biina. Bo:NANA=Boshushu, Int. Bo:N6LA=Loiiiila. Bo:NWALE. Pl. ofiiwale. Bo:NwE. One. Used with nouns in ba. Boiiwehi'ila, vanity. Boo=Ba bo. Bo6KAN A. Strongly built; thicknecked, Int. Boolllo=Bomo. BooPA. Barrenness; barren. BooPE=Bupe. Boo RA=Bo ra. BOPA. To fashion; to form. B6PA. To bellow, as a bull; to threaten an absent or distant person,

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BoPAGANA. To come close to gether. Go bopa.gana moriri, to have a sensation as if the hair were being drawn together, as in fear. BoPOGANYA. To gather together; to bring into a small compass. BoPALAMO. A place of ascent; an ascent. B6PALANA. To threaten each other. BoPAMA. To be thin; to be poor in flesh. BoPAME. Perf. ofbopama. BOPAMELA. Di tla bopa.mela mo sakeii., they will become poor in the krall. BoPAMELWA. Ke tla bopameiwa ke bana, I shall have hunger in my family. BoPAPATRO. A plastered floor; a plastered wall ; plaster. BoPAPETLA. A level; flatness. BoPEGA. To become formed. B6PELA. Go ba bOpela, to threaten them. BoPi:LA. To journey with a su perior. BoPELELA. To follow in line; to walk in single file; to walk in line ; to proceed in order. BOPELETSA. To take the lead; to lead the way. BOPELOETHATA. Hardhearted ness; unkindness. BoPELOKGALE. Boldness ; fear lessness; courage; bold; brave. BoPELOKIMA. Boldness; courage. BOPELOMPE. Pride; BoPELONOLO. Meekness; tender. ness ; tenderheartedness. BoPELONOMI. Tenderhearted. ness ; kindness ; compa.s$ion. BoPELOTHATA. Unkindness. BOPELOTELELE. Patience. BoPELOTLHOMOGI. Mercy; com. passion ; tenderheartedness. BoPELOTSHETLHA. Envy ; en viousness. BOPHAGE. PZ. ofphage. BoPHEPA. The dawn of day; purity ; clearness ; cleanness. BOPHIRIMATSATSI. The We$t, where the sun goes down. BOPHIRIMOYOALETSATSI. The west. BoPIWA. Pass. ofBopa. BOPOLOGA. Reversive of bopa. Tounmake. BoPOTA=Go p6ta. Bo RA. Bo ra maii.maii., so and so's family. BoRA. A bow. Pl. mara. BORABORA. To mumble ; to mutter, as a person ordered to do a thing, and afraid to speak out. BoaAGA. Still' clay ; mud. BoaAKA. N ea ea boraka, a pet dog (hybrid). BoRAKANELO. A meeting place; a market; a fair. BoaALE. Iron ore; heavy ; difficult. BORAMAGA. Red and white,colours being indistinct and mixed. BoRARA. Pl. of bara. BoRARO. The third. BoaATARo. The sixth. BORELEDI. Even; smooth; smoothness; a smooth, slippery place. BoRiiPIIIREPE. Shaky, as jelly, etc. BoRi!Ril. The jelly of cold gravy; the marrow of an emaciated animal's bones. BoREPUREPU. Jellied, as cold gravy. BoRE THE. Slippery; sleek, smooth. BoRiiTHE. The heel of an animal. Sing. and pZ. BoaETHITI. An equal number. Leshome ye le borethiti, ten. BORETSE. Clay; mud. BoKI. Peaceable; gentle; mild; modest. Matlhii a bori, weak sighted eyes. Used of a person who fails to recognise one seen before, also of one dazed by the sun. BORINITI. Kgomo ea boriniti, a

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toothless o:r,. a hornless o:r, an ox with one or both ears quite off. BoROBA. Maidenhood; state of being marriageable. Boa6BAL6. Ntlo ea boroba.lo, a bedroom, a sleeping chamber. BoROBORO. A murmur of voices. Boaosu. Black, peaty soil ; peat. Boaoo6. A bridge (hybrid). BoROKGWE. Trousers (hybrid). BoR6K6. Sleep. Matlho a boroko, eyes that fail to.recognise one seen before. BoROKU, Light-coloured gum, hard or soft ; the sap of a tree, Int. BoROLE. Ema.ciation. BoR6T6L6. Angry; angry-look ing. BoauMA. Tender; soft; tender in disposition. BoRUMOLANO. Cruelty. BoRUHOLAN. Cruel; a brawler; a vexing one. BoRURE=Burure. .BoRURUGA. A swelling; a lump. BoauausA. A swelling ; a lump. BoRUTWE. Cowardly. 0 borutwe, he is a coward. BoRWE. The country of the bushmen ; the south. BoRWENYA. Ka. borwenya., in distinctly, either of seeing or hearing. BosA. The dawn of day. Ka bo>!IL bo sele, when morning wa.s come.=Busa, to cause to return. BosABOLEN. Incorruption, in corruptible. BoSADI. A woman's private ,P&.rts. BosAGATWEN, That which has no treading pla.ce. BoSAI. Many fleas ; sometimes used of one flea.. BOSAIKA'l'EGA, Nakedness; naked. BOSAIKAEGAN. Nakedness; naked. BosAI'rSIWEN. That which is not known ; secret. BosAKHUTLEN. Endless ; that which has no limit. BOSAPEKWA. State of purity, or una.dultera.tion ; sincerity. BosASA. Nearly past. Used of the night. Ka bosasa, at dawn. BosEA. Infancy. BoSELE. Just before sunrise. BosENABOKHU'l'LO. Endless without limit. BosENASEPi:. Nothingness; nothing. BosEPELO. A walking ; a walk. BosESANE. Fineness. Bosi:TLHA. Yellow. BosETSA=Busetsa. BosEYA. The other side, as of a etc. BosHA. Lately; new. BosHAHACO. A making new; a renewing. BosnAKGALA. Wrath. BosuE:N=Bosha. BosHEU. Whiteness; white. Bosu6Li:. A drove of large, unwea.ned ea! ves. BosuoHi:. The tenth. BosuuLA. Evil ; bad ; nasty. Eo o boshula., he who is evil, an evil one. BosHUPA. 'l'he seventh. BosRUPO. The seventh. BosHUSHU. Deaf ; deafness. Monona. oa boshushu, a deaf man. BosHWA. A wen.; a painless tumour, or swelliug; an inheritance; a _possession. BosawA=Bohwa. BosHWECO. A tinihing; a com pletion. Bosi. Alone; only. Used with nouns in bo. Bona bosi, they only. Bosxoo. Night; a night; in the night; the night-time. Mo bosigoii, in the night. BosiGOGARE. Midnight. BosiLO, Foolish ; wilful folly ;

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foolishness. 0 bosilo, he is foolish, he is naughty. Bosrsr. Well disposed; harmless. Bouao. Drunkenness. BOTAGWA. Drunkenness. BoT ALA. Greenness; green. BOTE. The contents of an animal's bowels. Bo'rELELE. Length. BoTEN. Depth; mystery. BoTENYEN. In the depth. BOTETE. .A. small ball of foam found in new grass, and sup. posed to cause foot and mouth disease in cattle ; hoof and mouth disease ; cuckoo spit. BoTH A. To repose after feeding, as cattle. BoTHAHA. To be naked; to lack the covering required by de cency. BOTHAHE. Perf. of botha.ma. BoTH AT A. Difficulty; hardness. BoTHIBE=Bophage. BoTHIBELELo=Botlha.olelii. BoTHITHO. Heat; hot; warmth; warm. BOTHO. Notable; a. good one; humanity ; manliness. 0 na le botho, he is a well-known man, he is a good man. Ga. a na. botho, he is not a. good man. BOTIIOLOGA. To start from where one has gone ; to leave a sleeping place, resting place, or hiding place . BOTHOLOGO. A descent. BOTHOLOSA. Oa.us. of bothologa. BOTHONOGA=Bothologa. BoTHUTHO=Bothithii. BoTILELO. The place to which one !lees when avoiding some thing. BOTITAMERE. Pl. of titamere. BOl'LALO. Fulness; abundance. Bo'l'LANA. Small. Bol'LHA. Slightly sour; acid, as a. quince. BoTLHABATSATSI. Where the sun rises ; the east. BO'L'LHABISADITLHON. Shame shameful. Bol'LHAGO. Watchfulness; wari ness; wary. BOTLHALE. Wisdom ; wise. 0 botlhale, he is wise. BOTLHANKA. Servitude; a state of servitude. BoTLHANO. The fifth. BO"fLHAOLELO. A camp ; an en ca.mpment; a. place for dividing cattle, etc. BoTLIIATLELO. A place for cattle ; a stall. BOTLHATLOGO. .A. place of ascent; an ascent. BoTLHATSHE. The bottom of a hill, to one standing on the top. Bo'fLHATSHETLHATSHE. The very lowest point; deep under. Bo'I'LHAYANA. .A. shelf, Int. BOTLHE. All. Used with nouns in ha. Batho botlhe, all the people. BOTLHODI, Witchcraft ; that which has to do with cursing and bewitching; an evil omen; something ominous; something very unusual, and regarded as predicting evil, as au owl, or springhare seen at midday, or a. mole in sight. BoTLHOGOETHATA. Stubbornness; obstinacy. Bol'LHOGOLE. Clumsiness; awk wa.rdness. BoTLHOKA. Botlhiika. botlhanka, freedom. B>tlhiika go itse, ignorance. Botlhiika kicii, ig norance. Botlhiika kutlwii, disobedience. Botlhiika lou:ii wii, unprufitableness. Botlhiika pelo, heartlessness. Botlhiika tihii, lack of work, idleness. Botlhoka tlhiima mii, fickleness. BOTLHOKO. Sickness ; pain ; soreness ; sore ; sour. Ke bo tlhoko, I am sick, I am in pain, I am sore. BoTLHOKO. Need; want. Used of a thing that is lacking, not of a. person wanting it.

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BoTLHOKWA=Botlhiikii. BorLHOLAGADI. Widovhood. Bol'Lo. A coming. BoTLWAELO. A custom; a wont. BoToBETOBE. Soft, as very ripe fruit. BOTOKA. 0 botoka, he is better; he is getting better. Used of a convalescent. BOTONNA. Greatness; bulk. BOTSA. To ask ; to ask about; to enquire. Perf. boditse ; pa,ss. bodiwa. BoTSALA. Friends. BOTSALANO. Friendship l favour. BoTSALi:Lo. A birthrignt. BoTSALO. Birth; descendants. Botsalii yo bosha, a new-born thing. BoTSANYA. To ask each other .. BoTSENO. An entrance; a place of entrance; insanity. BoTSENWA. Madness. BoTSETSE. State, or condition of a woman at childbirth. Go aloga botsetse, to cease (of the lochial discharge). Go cwa mo botsetsiii, to leave the room after childbirth. BOTSHABi:Lo. A refuge; a platle of refuge. BoTSHE. Sweetness ; sweet ; juice, as of a melon, etc. BOTSHELO. A ford ; life. BoTSHELONYANA. Dim. of botshelii. BOTSISA. To inquire into ; to search into. Ke tla ba botsisa, I will ask, or enquire of them. BOTSISANYA. To question each other. A botsisanya le batho, they mutually asked questions. BoTUBI. A bewitching. See TUBA. BoTUTE. Ripe (ofpns). Boladu bo botnte, the pus is ripe. Botute yoa kok, the soft dung of a fowl. BoU1'LwELOB01'LHOKO. Mercy. BowEco. A completion; a finishing. Bowi:Lo=Bohelii. BoYABA. Go ichwara boysba, to rest one's head or cheek on the palm of a hand. BoY ALE. The ceremony for girls at the age of puberty. Go isa boyale, to order the girls' cere mony, as a chief. BoYALWA. Native beer; beer; brandy; wine. BoYAN. Grass. Mo boyanyeii, in the grass. BOYEBU. Thipa e boyebu, the knife is weak and flexible at the edtre BOY EL ELE = Segatsetse, Int. Bori:Lo. A place for eating. Lomati loa boyelii, a dining table. BoYESECO, A fee(!.ing-place for cattle. BoYETLA. An edge, as of an axe ; sharp-edged. Borosr. The state of being alone ; loneliness. BoroTLHE. Entirety. BuA. To speak. Emphasis on first syllable. To ftay, or skin an animal. Word pronounced quickly. BuANA. To SJleak to each other secretly. Generally used of evil-speaking, backbiting, etc. BuBr. Dry dung in a large cake dog out of a krall. Pl. mabi. BucwA. To ripen; to become done, or cooked. Perf. bu dule. BucwE. Perf. of hula ; opened. Bucwi:LA. To blow, as a fire. BUDILWE. Perf. pass. of hula; opened. BUDUBUTSA. To persevere in different works, and finish them all; to continue eating various supplies of food, and finish it all. BUDUDU, Blue. BUDULA, To blow oft' with the breath, as something light from the palm of a hand; to blow something away with the mouth.

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BUDULALA. To become shut. Used of the eyes. BUDULATSA. To cause to shut. Used of the eyes. BunuLE. Perf. of bucwa. BUDULELA. To blow off to, or into. BunULETSE. Perf. of budulela; perf. of budulala. Ba buduletse matlhii, their eyes are shut. BUDULOGA. To swell out, as a sack being filled ; to become inflated; to become opened, as eyes. 0 la a budulogamatlhii, his eyes were opened. BUDULOLA. To open. Used of the eyes. Go bndulola matlbii, to open the eyes, actively. BUDULOLWA. Pass. ofbndulola. BUDULOSA. To cause to puff out; to inflate. BunULOSEGA. To become in flated with wind ; to become puffed UJ? BUDULOTSE. Perf. of budulola. BunusA. To cause to ripen. Used of an abscess, etc. BUDUSETSA. To be getting ready for opening, as an abscess. Sometimes used of becoming gray, as hair. BuDUTSA. To seek the last ears of corn ; to glean. BuiGA. To become spoken ; to become cut off, as joints of meat from a dead animal. Nama e buegile, the meat is cut into joints. Bni:LA. To scold ; to reprove ; to rebuke. Go buela godimo, to speak loudly. Go buela tlhatshe, to speak low. Bui:LEGA. To become scoldable. Bui:LELA. To speak for ; to ad. vocate the cause of ; to repre sent. BuGANYA. To eject from the month in a stream; to send out, as a severe cut blood. BuiLE. Perf. ofbua. BuiLWE. Perf. pass. of bua. Nama e builwe, the fl.esh has had the skin taken off. Letlalii le builwe, the skin has been flayed off the flesh. BuiSA. To cause to speak; to rebuke; to shout out at, or to. Go buisa dikgomo, to shout to oxen, so as to make them pull. BuiSANYA. To cause each other to speak. Go buisanya ka molomo, to speak face to face. ButwA. Pass. ofbua. BuKI. The powder of a dry fungus used to smear women's faces. BUKVNYA. To give signs of life by stirring ; to move, as a per son under a kaross. BUKUNYEGA=Bukunya. BuLA. To open. Perf. budile ; pass. bnlwa. BULEDISA. To accompany a part of the way at starting. BULEGA. To become opened. BULEGILE. Perf. ojbulega. BULELA. To open for. BoNA. To bite, or tear a bit off a thing held iu the month. BUPA=Bipa, lnt. BuPE. Meal; fl.our. Part. yo. BuR u RE The firstborn. Oa bnrure, the firstborn. Mosi mane oa burure, the firstborn boy. Buu. To rule; to govern ; to reign over; to cause to return, from boea. BusABUSANY A. To strive to-gether in talk; to dispute. BUSANYA. To rule each other. BusETSA. To cause to return to ; to bring back. BusHOLOLA. To take vengeance upon. Ke tla ga busholola, I will take vengeance on you. BUSHOLOSA. To avenge; to rebut, or answer the words of a previous speaker ; to turn back the skin when flaying an animal. BuTLEGA. To crack, or become broken, as a man's leg, a dissel boom,etc.

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c. CA.Lo. A collar-bone. CAMPEGA. ro die suddenly. CAN. E caii P What colour is it P what marks has it got ? Used of an animal. What sex is it P Used of a young animal. Tau e caii le tlou P how are a lion's colours distinguished from those of an elephant P what is the difference in colour between a. lion and an elephant? CI:Li:Bi:Li:LA. A slope, Int. CHA. To dry up, as water. CHAAMA. To spread out, or overRow, as water in a full river. CHAAliiE. Perf. of chaama. CHABAGANYA. To cut down the middle, with an axe. CHABANYA. To spit out, or Pject in a. stream; to dart out, as the waves of a filling river; to pour out, a.s words. CHABANYETSEGA., To gush out; to become gushed out. CHABANYO. Noun from cha.ban ya. CHABU. The noise ma.de by something plunged into water. CHACHANYEGA. ro hiss, or fizz, a.s fat when burning. CHAEGA. To spread anything out. CHARACo. A ma.king new; a. renewing. CHAKA. A ba.ttleaxe. CHAKGALO. Angry contention ; indignation. CHALAN. Snow. CHEFE. Poison (hybrid). CHi:GA. To be purged. A very vulgar word. CHEGo=Tshego. CHi:KA=Chaka. CHi:LA. To rub a skin with a. stone when beginning to bray it. CHELAN. Snow. CBELE. Per/. of cba.. 0RELE=Chwele. CHEliOGA. To break through, or away, and escape. CHEMOLA. To ma.ke bald; to shave off all the hair. CRESA. Oaus. of cha. CHESHE. A kind of plant, having edible flowers like marigolds. CHEU. White. Pronounced something like chweu. 0HILALA. ro be killed in large numbers. CHILATSA. To kill in large num. hers. CHILETSE. Perf. of chilala. Cao! An exclamation of fear and surprise. What a. near go! what a na.rrow escape! CHOANA. White. Fem. ofcheu. Caoui:LA. To stamp earth in rouud a. pole; to press in, a.s grain into a. bag, with a. stick; to press down, as bushes with a pronged stick. CHOCA. Hornless. Used of a.n ox. CHoCANA. Hornless. Used of a. cow. CHoCHOMELA. To rush upon, as in battle, or play; to fight hand to hand. CaocwE. Perf. pass. of chola., to receive. CHODILE. Per/. of chola, to take up food. CHoDISA. To help ; to assist. Oaus. o.f chola, to receive. CHODISANYA. To help each other. Chodisanya. mekgweleo, to bea.r each other's burdens. CHOGA. To be startled, or sur prised. CHOGANECO. Sudden. Ka. cho. ganeco, suddenly. CHoGANETSA. 'l'o come upon suddenly. CHOGOliiOGA. To be startled; to start. Caoawi. A night-hawk. 0HOKA=Tlhoka. CHOKAliiO. Crookedness; moral crookedness ; evil.

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CHOKOLOGO. A turning round; a twisting, as of a joint. CHOLA. To receive. Perf. cbo tse. To take food ont of a pot, or dish; Perf. chodile. Hard fat for smearing skins; eye salve, etc. CHoL:E. A moth. CHOLELA. Toreceivefor; iota.ke up food for. CHOLETSA. To lift up; to take up. Choletsa. matlhii, lift up the eyes. CHoLooA. To become spoilt ; to overfiow. CHOLOGELA. To rush out to; to rush, or run to, as a crowd. CHOLOGO. A spilling; an overCROLOHELO. Hope. CHOLOLA. To spill; to shed, as blood. CHoMA. To try to talk a lan guage which one's hearers do not know well ; to talk a. lan guage badly. Perf. chomile. CHOME. 0 chome. Used of a. person who allows a. stray ani mal to go on wandering. CHOMI. A foreign language; a language imperfectly spoken, or known. CHOMILE. Perf. of cbOma. CHOMOLO. A drawing out. CHONA=Rona.. We; us. CHONELO. A groan; a. moan. CHONOLO. Nown from shonola. CHoPANYO. Noun from shopanya. CHOPHA. To turn up spirally; to twist upwards; to be twisted as a. skin trektow. CHOPHAGANYA= Shopanya. CHOPHANYA=Shopanya.. CHoPHELECWE. Leseka. ye le cbophelecweii, a. twisted ring. CHOPHELELA. To twist, or wind round and round ; to make spiral. CHOPHo. Noun from obiipba.; a. spill of twisted paper. CHOPHOLOLA. To untwist; to unwind. CHOSA. To startle; to terrify; to astonish. A spear, Int. CHOSABANNE. A kind of quail. Pl. hochosa.banne. C:HOSHO. Terror. CHOSHOBAGANO. Noun from sbosboba.ga.na.. CHOSHWANE. An ant; common red, or black ant ; the generic term for ant. CHOTLHA. To chew sweet reed, rushes, etc. CHOTLO. Mockery; scorn. CHOTSE. Perf. of cbola. CHu! An exclamation denoting great heat. CHUBA. To set fire to; to burn up; to light a. torch, or candle; to blister, or gall, as a. rope the band. CHUBECWE KE. Burnt up by. CHUBEGA. To become burnt up. CHUBELA. Go cbubela motbo ntlo, to set fire to a person's house. CHUBILE. Perf. of chuba. CHUBIWA. Pass. of chuba. CHUCHWA. A syphilitic sore, or ulcer. CHUGE. The work of braying skins when finished; the time for putting a brayed skin into the bas. CHuoo. The work of braying skins while still going on. CHUKACHUKO. Strife. CHUKACHUKANO. Strife. CHUKHU=Chu. CHUKO. A horse's penis. CHUKUDU. A rhinoceros; the generic term for rhinoceros. CHULA. Pelo e chula, an evil heart. CHULACO. Noun from shula.tsa. CHULAHALELO. Noun from shu la.balela.. CHUMO. A rushing sound, or noise. CHUMPULA. To strike with the tail, a.s a. gopa.ne. 0HUMPULAKA. To strike much, and severely, with a. tail.

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CHUMU. White face, throat, or belly. Used of an ox. CauPA. A weevil. Mabele a chupa., last year's com. Maoto a chupa., slow. Used of a horse. CHUPELELO. Meat, or medicine, given for doctoring purposes. CHUPELO. An offering ; a sacri fice. CHUPO. Proof; evidence ; testi mony. CHUSE. A small edible bulb ; a wild crocus. CausHU. Lean. Used of meat. CHUTIHALELA. To overshadow. CHUYWA=Chubiwa. CHWA! Come here, il.nd take! Used in calling a dog to come and take something. CawABI. Dried ditlhetlhwa berries. CaWABO. No'l.lllbjrom shwaba. CHWAEA. To brand an animal; to mark, as a sign of owner ship. Pass. chwaiwa. CHw AELA. To brand for ; to brand for, and give to. CHWAETSA. To infect, as one with a contagious disease. CHWAILE. Perf. of chwaea. CHWAILWE. Branded. CHWAIWA. Pass. of chwaea. CHWAKGAHALA= BodnhaJa. CHWAKGOGA. To have a liking or preference for. 0 chwa kgocwe ke nama=He has a preference for meat. CHWAKGOTSE. Se mo chwa kgotse, it is his preference. CHWANA. To be alike. Go eh wana he la, it is just alike. Fe m. of ncho, black. Caw ANECWE. 0 chwanecwe ke, he is worthy of. CRWANELA. To be fitting; to be worthy. CHWANELO. Duty. CHWANETSE. Perf. of chwa.nela. Ke eh wanetse, I ought ; it becometh nie; I have need to be. CHWANO. The image of a thing; a likeness. CHWANOLOGA. To become altered ; to become different. Ga a chwanologe, he is un altered. CHWANOLOGO. A difference. 0HWANOLOLA. make differ ent. 0HWANTSHA. To compare; to cause to be alike. 0HWANTSHIWA, Pass. of chwan tsha. 0HWAPETSA. To draw water by degrees from a weak spring. CHWARA. To take hold of; to seize ; to take hold of in order to protect, and hence to take care of. 0HWARACHWARA. To handle. CHWARAGANA. To be joined, as by hooking. CHWARAGANTSE. Perf. of chwa raganya. 0HWARAGANYA. Go chwaraganya le, to be close upon. CHWAREGA. To become seized. CHWARELA. To hold fast to, or for. CHWARELELA=Tsbegeletsa. 0HWARISA. To cause to take hold of. Go chwarisa tiho, to assist one in work. 0 tla ba chwa.risa tiho, he will help them in work ; he will make them work. Go ba chwarisa bokete, to burden them. CHWARO =Tlamelo; mercy; gracious. CHWASHWA. A sore on a kid's mouth. CHWEKA. To lift up, and throw down, in wrestling ; to be too much for. CHWEKANYA. Go chwekanya mahoko, to mix up matters in talking. CHWilLE. A destructive moth; a hairy moth. CHWENE. A monkey; a baboon; Particle 0 CHWENTSE; Perf. of chwenya.

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CHWENYA. To tease; totrouble. Pass. chweii.wa. CHWENYANE. A small baboon. CHWENYEGA. To become troubled. CHWENYEGO. Trouble. CHWENYETSA. To trouble for. CHWENYETSANYA. To tease, or trouble each other. CHWENYO. A teasing; a troubling. CHWENWA, Pass. of chwenya. CHWERE. Perf. of chwara. CHWEREA. To be slow in taking up a work ; to leave a work undone. CHWERETLHA. To become soft, as much-cooked food, or putrid meat. CHWERETLHEGA. Nama e chwe retlhegile, the meat is very soft. CHWERETLHAGANA = Chweretlhega. CHWERETLHANA=Chweretlha. CHWERWI!l, Perf.pass. ofchwara. CHWEU=Cheu. CHWINYANE. Fem. of chumu. CHWISA. To pay part of a debt. CITLA=Cwitla. Co=Tsa ga. Dikgomo eo maii maii, dikgomo tsa ga maiimaii; so and so's oxen. Mo go cona eo pedi, in both of them. Ditoro eo pedi, two dreams. Dipheho eo nne, the four winds. COBOTLA. To sink in mud with a noise ; to tramp with a noise in boggy ground. CocoPA. 'fhe mud in muddy water. CoDiococo. An intensified form of cwecwe. CoDICODI. Unintelligible; imitation of a bird, Int. CooucoKWANE. A stone used for making an orange-coloured smearing for women's faces. CoGA. To arise. CoGELA. 'l'o rise up against. To arise earl;y: in the morning. Ba le ba cogela hela gona, they rose early to go there. Coao. A rising ; a resurrection. COHALA. To become old. CoHETSE. Perf. of cohala. 0 cohetse, he is old. CoKECO. A corner; a turning place; a turn ; a, bend. COKETSA. 'fo put round, or cause to go round a corner; to hide a thing round a, corner. CoKODIA. Circuitous. CoKODIEGA. To ma.ke a, circuit. CoKOLOGA=Retologa. CoKoTsA. To rinse out a, vessel ; to shake from side to side, as a vessel when washing it. CoLA=Ribi. Revers. of cwala; to take off a nether garment. CoMA. To hunt. CoME. Stingy. CoMELA. To hunt for. CoMISA. :To cause to hunt. CoNA. Pl. pron. Used with nouns in di. Ke cona, it is fuey. CoNE=Cona. Coo=Co. CoPA. To run with a swaying movement, making a noise like eo, eo. CoPODIA=Cokodia. CoPODIEGA=Cokodiega. CoSA. To cause to arise ; to arouse ; to mise up; to stir up. CoSELETSA. To stir up against; to raise up against. COSE1'SA. 'fo raise up for. CosHOLOSA. 'fo resuscitate; to revive ; to renew a thing after it has fallen through for a time. Cos!. Only. Used with nouns in di. CosiWA. Pass. ofcosa. CoTLHA. See CHoTLHA. COTLHWA. Ea cotlhwa hela, it is eatable, but not fat; it is in fair condition. CoTLHE. All. Used with nouns in di. CuA. To run round a bird while making a whistling noise, witli a view to fa.scinate and kill it. 8

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0UAK-ANA. To scold much; to scold by ma.n1 words, and silence by scoldmg. CuBA. To grow thickly, as corn, ha.ir, etc.; dense; impene trable, as bushes without an opening. CuBUA. To shake a tree ; to knock water about from side to side. CUBUCWE. Plucked out; sna.tched away. CuBUGA. To turn the head, and move away ; to tnm fromt or reject. 0 la o mo cubngela, he turned away froin him ; he rejected, or refused him. CuBULA. To pluck out of the hand ; to pluck ofF; to snatch ; to pounce upon and seize, a,s a. hawk. CuBUTLA. To make a rushing noise, as a strong wind, or a dust storm. CUBUTLISA. Caus. of cubutla.. Cui:GA=Tlboboga. CUKUNYA. 'I'o shake vigorously from side to side. CuoLOLA. To rebel; to rebel against. CuoLOLELA. To rebel against. Cuor.ot.O. Rebellion. CuPUETSA. To hinder a speaker by talking fast ; to extinguish a fire by knocking it about; to swish the tale about, as a gO pane. CusHu. A cockroach. CcULALA. To dart down, as a hawk on its prey. CwA.. To come out; to leave, or desert. Ba le ba mo cwa, they deserted him ; they gave up his cause. PIJ'fj. dule ; and sometimes cwile. CwAcWAELA. To hold carefully in the hands ; to take care of; to provide for. CWADILE. Perf. of cwala, to shut. CwADILWE. Perf. pass. of cwala.. CwAELO. A portion given to children by a. father during his lifetime. 0WAICWAI. The edible leaves of a plant having the kgogo root. CwAJSA. To flavour, as with sa.lt ; to sweeten, as with sugar, milk, etc. 0WAKETLA. To make a. thing long ; a long strip of any thing. CwALA. To shut; to close. Perf. cwadile. To put on, or fasten, trousers, frock, etc. ; to cover the nakedness. Perf. cwele. Ga ba cwaJe, they are inde cently exposed. CWALEGA. To become closed. 0WALOLOLA. To open. 0WALWA. Pass. of cwala. CwAJU.LALA. To hang down in numbers, as skins from a roof ; to come down thickly, as ra.in. Cwi: Please if you please! CWECWE. Perj. pass. of cwala. A go cwecwe P is it shut P Cwi:cwi:. Please if you please CWECWENA. To send up sap ; to ooze out, as oil or fat from a vessel. CwELA. To come out to ; to go out into. 0 la a cwe!a. kwa Tauii, he departed in order to gotoTauii.. CwELE. Perf. of cwala, to put on a nether garment. Cwi:LELA. To go forth ; to go on one's way. Go cwelela kwa lehatshiii., to go forth into the land. Cwi:LELAPELE. To advance; to go forward. CwELWE. Perf. of cwalwa. CwEKE. A kind of sparrow. CWESA. Caus. of cwala, to put on a garment. CWETLA.. To spread out, or erect the hair of the back, as a springbuck when running. CwrLE. Sometimes found as the perj. of cwa. 0WINCWINYETSA. To speak in distinctly, as a little child.

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CWIRINYA. To ma.ke a whistling noise. CwrSA. OOIUS. of cwa.. CwrTLA. To refuse to hear ; to refuse to accept ; to refuse to believe. D. DAEA=Nta.ea.. DAANA=Nta.a.na.. DAANYA=Ntaanya.. DANKA. Sore-footed, Int. Dr. Particle of nouns in di. DrA. To detain ; to delay ; to prevent from going. Perf. diile. DIADIA. To delay a long time ; to prevent from going for a long time. DIAKA. Pt of sea.ka.. DIAKANY6. Pl. of sea.ka.nyo. DIAKO. Pl. of sea.kO. DIALO. Pl. of sea.IO. DIAPARO. Pl. of sea.paro. DIANE. Pl. of seane. DIATLA. Pl. of seatla. DIAPU. P!. of seapu. DIBABETSANE. Pl. of sAbabetsa.ne. DIBAEA. Pl. of sebaea.. DIBATA. Pl. of seba.ta. Kha.i e dibata., a potted cloth ; a. patched cloth. DtBATANA. Pl. ofseba.ta.na.. DIBATT.A. Pl. of seba.tla.. DIBE. Pl. of se be. Drs:EK6. Pl. of lobekO. Dm:Er.A=Boloka.. DIBETEBETE. Pl. of sebetebete. DIBETO. Pl. of sebeto. DrBI. Pl. of sebi. DIBELETSA. _ro catch liquid in a hand, or vessel. D IBETLELA. Pl. of ebetlela.. DIBOBA. Pl. of seboba. Drsoso. Inva.lided; often sick. 0 dibobo, he is a.n invalid. Ba dibobo, they are invalids. DIBODU. An intensified form of sebodu. DIBOK.O. Pl. of sebOko. DIBOK.OLODI. Pl. of sebokolodi. DIBOKU. Pl. of seboku. DIBOLA. To cut a hole for a. patch ; to cot, or shave off a. patch of hair. DIBOLAO. Pl. of sebola.o. DIBONESENAWA. Pl. of sebOnesenawa.. DIBOPIWA. Pl. ofsebopiwa.. DIBOPO. Pl. oflobopo. DIBOTSARE. Pl. oflobotsa.re. DrcALO. PZ. of ca.lo. DICHABA. Pl. of chaba.. DrcH:EL:E. Pl. of chele. DICHESHE. Pl. of cheshe, and seseshe. DICHOLE. Pl. of chole. DICHONET.O. Pl. of chonelo. DICHOSHWANE. Pl. of choshwa.ne. DICHUCHWA. Pl. of chuchwa.. DrcHuP6. Pl. of chupo, and, se-shupo. DICHUSE. Pl. of chuse. DICHWABO. Pl. of chwa.bO. DICHWAKGO=Ditlhoka., lnt. DrcHWALAO. Pl. of chwa.la.o. DrcHWANCHO. Pl. of sechwa.-ncho. DrcHWAO. Pl. oflochwa.o. DICHWASHWA. Pl. ofchwashwa.. DICHWELE. Pl. of chwele. Drc6. Pl. of loco. Drc6s6TLA. Leha.tshe ya. dico botla, a bog; a very miry place. DICURUCURU. Pl. of securu-curu. DrcusHu. Pl. of cushu. DrcWACWA. Pl. ofsecwacwa. DICWAKETLA. Pl. of secwa.ketla.. DrcwALO. PZ. of secwa.lo. DICWIRIRI. Pl. of secwiriri. DID IBA. Pl. of sediba. DID I HI. Pl. of sedihi. DIDIKADIKI. Pl. of sedikadiki. DIDIKANCWE.' Pl. of sedikancwe. DIDIK.WADIK WI=Didika.diki. DIDILE. Perf. of dila.

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DIDIMALA. To become silent; be silent. DIDBIETSE. Perf. of didima.la. DIDUKU. Pl. of sednku. DIDULO. Pl. of sedulii. Dr:EGA. To deiay. DIEGILE. Perf. of dicga. DIELE. Pl. o.f seele. DIELEELE. Pl. of seeleele. DIESELA. Pl. of esela. DrETSELA. The superior clothes worn at heathen feasts, rnt, DIFORAGA. Pl. of foraga (hv DIGA. To cast down. fbrid). DIGAGA. Pl. of segaga. -DIGAGABI. Pl. of segagabi. DIG A HA. Pl. of segaha. DrGALE. Pl. of segale. DIGANKA. Pl. of seganka. DIGARE. Matted, or knotted (of wool, hair, etc.). DIGOBA. Pl. of segoba. DIG6B6. Bow-legged. Sing. andpl. DIGOGOROGO. Pl. of segiigoriigii. DIGOGW A. Pl. of segiigwa. DIGOKE. Pl. of segoke. DIGOKUO. Pl. o.f segokgo. DraoLAGOLA. Pl. of segiilagiila. DrGOMO. Pl. of segomii. DrGOPO. Pl. of giipii. Draou. Pl. of segiiya. DIGWA. Pass. ofdiga. DIGWAGWA. Pl. ofsegwagwa. DIGWAPA. Pl. ofsegwapa. DIGWAPE. Creeping things. Int. DIGWARA. Badly done; imperfectly done. Oa sega digwara, he cuts badly. Draw:E. Pl. of segwe. DIGWELETLHA. Pl. of segwele-tlha. DIGWERE. Pl. of segwere. Drarir:E. Pl. ofsegwete. DIGWETLHA. Pl. ofsegwetlha.. DIGWETSANE. Pl. ofsegwetsane. DIHA. To do ; to work ; to act ; to make. DIHAGALA=Diha.hala. DIHAHALA. To become done ; to become accomplished ; to happen ; to take place. DIHAHALELA. To happen to. DIHAHALELE. Pl. of sehahalele: DIHAHATSA.. Caus. of dibahala. DIHAKA. U tlhotse U dihaka dilo, you have just pleased yourself with the thing. DIHAKO. Pl. of seha.ko. DrHALA. Pl. of sehala. To be come fulfilled ; to come to pass ; to happen; to be done. DIHALAMATLHON. Pl. of seha lamatlhoii. DIHALE. PI. of sehale. DrHANA. Recip. o.f diha. Go dihana le tlotlii, to have honour. Re tla dihana le picii, we shall be at the picii. Lo tla dihana le molato, you will have fault. Tshimo ga ea ka ea dihana le mmidi, the garden did not have, or pro duce, any mealies. DIHANYE. Pe1:{. of dihana. E dihanye le losho, it has worked, or resulted in death. DIHAPO. Pl. of sehapo. DIHARE. Pl. of sehare. DIHATA. Pl. of sehata. DIHATSA. Caus. of dihala; to cause to come to pass ; to ful fil. DIHAWA. Pl. ofsehawa. DrHE? Which P Used with nouns in di. DIHEGA. To become done, or acted, or accomplished. DIHEHO. Pl. ofsehehO. DIHEKI. Pl. of seheki. DIHELA. Pl. of sehela. DIHELA. To work for; to serve. Go dihela nama, to cut up meat for cooking. DIHEMO. Pl. of sehemo. DIHEPHE. Pl. of sehCpbe. DIHERO. Pl. of seherii. DIHERWANA. Pl. ofseherwana. DIHESHU. Pl. of seheshu. DIHETSE. Perf. of dihala. Go dihetse, it is come to pass; it is done. DIHIHI. Pl. of sehihi. DrHIKANcw:E. Pt. ofsehikancwe.

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DIHILE. Perf. of diha. DrHISA. Oaus. of diha, to cause to work. DIHISANYA. u dihisanye le ena, work thou together with him. DIHISIWA. Pass. of dihisa. DIHOHU. Pl. ofsehohu. DmoKWANE. A young he-goat. Pl. bodihiikwane. DrHOLOTSANA. Pl. of seholotsana. DIHOROTLO, Pl. of sehorotlo. DIHOTSANA. Pl. of sehotsana. DIHUDI. Pl. of sehudi. DIRUBA. Pl. of sehuba. DIHUTSHANE. Pl. of sehutshane. DIHWA. Pass. of diba. DnKELEDISA. Pl. of seikeledisa. DnPHEliiELOSEHUBEN. Pl. of seiphemeliisehubeii. DIILE. Perf. of dia. DIIPATO. Pl. of seipatii. DnP6Nr. Pl. of seiponi. DIKA. To go around; to go be hind ; to compass. Dika moragii=piita moragii. To tarry, the time being specified ; to remain for a long time. Dika refers to what took place last year, or will take place next year. Ba tla dika ba lemile, they will plough next year. Ba dikile ba lema, they ploughed last year. DIKABA. Pl. ofkaba. DrKABETLA. Pl. of kabetla. DIKABO. Pl. ofkabii. DIKACO. Pl. ofkacii. DIKAGO. Pl. of kagl1. DIKAKA. Pl. of sekaka. DIKAKABALO. Pl. of kakabalii. DIKAKAHALO. Pl. of kakahalii. DIKALA. Matlhii a dikala, large, staring eyes. DIKALABUA. Pl. of kalabua. DIKALAHI. Pl. of kalahi. DIKANO. Pl. of sekanii. DIKANYA. To surround. DIKAli!ORE. Pl. of kamore. DIKANYEDICWE. Surrounded by; compassed by. DIKANYEDITSE. Per f. of dikanyetsa. DIKANYELETSA. Ba le ba dika nyeletsa lencwli ka logora, they enclosed the mountain with a hedge. DIKANYETSA. To surround them ; to encircle game ; to encompass them. DIKAO. Pl. of sekaii. DIKASHWA. Pl. ofsekashwa. DIKATANA. Pl. of sekatana. DIKATLHOLO. Pl. of katlholii. DIKA1'LO. Pl. of katlii. DIKEKANA. Pl. of sekekana. Dr Ki:LA= Kiiliimela. DIKELERO. A book word or dice. DIKELETSA. To surround, as by a hedge; to surround a person, or animal. DIKi:LwA .. Go dikelwa ke, to be surrounded by. DIKEN. Pl. ofkeii. DIKETAPELE. Pl. of ketapele. Diketapele tsa ntwa, the fore most men in the ranks, the advance guard. Diketapele tsa mahoko, the first-spoken words; the preliminary speech. DIKETLA. Pl. of ketla. Dui:ro. Pl. of loetii. DIKGABA. Pl. of kgaba. DIKGABALA. Pl. of kgabala. DIKGABISHO. Pl. ofkgabishii. DIKGABO. Pl. ofkgabo. DIKGACHO. Pl. of kgachii. DIKGADili!A. Pl. of logadima. DIKGAGA, Pl. of logaga. DIKGAGU. Pl. oflogagu. DIKGAHELA rsA MABELE. The first-fruits of corn, given to theraiu-maker; the remnant of com at the bottom of a sack or bin. Interior use : the corn given to a chief for the enter tainment of strangers. DIKGAKA. Pl. of kgaka. DIKGAKE'l'LA. Pl. of kgaketla. DIKGAKGANA. Pl. ofkgakgana, DIKGAKOLOGELO. l'l. of kgakologelii. DIKGAKOLOGO. Pl. of kgakolo go; the spring.

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DIKGALALAPO. Pl. of kgalalapo. DIKGALAOPA. A grassless coun try. No sing. DIKGANWE. Pl. of kganwe. DIKGANYANA. Roots similar to carrots, Int. DIKGAPA. Pl. oflogapa. DIKGARA. Pl. of logam. DIKGARAGA. Pl. of kgamga. DIKGASHWA= Dikatana. DIKGATA. Pl. of logata. DIKGATLA. Pl. of kgatla. DIKGATLEGO. Pl. of kgatlegii. DIKGATLHO. A meeting place. DIKGATO. Pl. ofkgatii. DIKGATSECO. Pl. of kgatseco. DrKai::Nwi:. Pl. of kgeiiwe. DIKGETLA. Pl. of kgetla. DIKGETLWA. Pl. ofkgetlwa. DIKGI. Pl. of sekgi. DIKGOA. Pl. kgoa. DIKGOBATA. Pl. of kgobata. DIKGOBE. Boiled corn and beans mixed. Dikgiibe tsa lohata, boiled corn alone. Dikgiibe tsa mmidi, boiled mealies alone. DIKGOBELo: Pl. of kgobelii. DIKGOBO. Pl. #kgiibii. DIKGODU. Pl. oflogodu. DIKGOGO. Pl. oflogiigii. DIKGOGODI. Pl. ofkgogodi. DrKGOHA. Pl. of kgoha. DIKGOHE. Pl. oflogohe. DIKGOKELO. Pl. ofkgokelo. DrKGOKON. Pl. of kgokoii. DIKGOLA. PI. ofkgola. DrKGOLE. Pl. ofkgiile. DrKGOLO. Pl. of logiilii. DIKGOLOBE. Destruction, or desolation, caused by high winds. Sing. and pZ. DIKGOLOGOLO. Pl. ofkgologolo. DIKGOLOGOLOLO. Pl. of kgologololii. DIKGOLUGOCHWANE. Pl. of kgolugochwane. DIKGOMANA. A string of beetles put as a cba.rm round the neck of a child whose brothers and sisters have died. DrKGOMMA. Pl. DIKGOMO. Pl. ofkgomo. DIKGONO. Pl. of kgono. DrKGON. Pl. oflogoii. DIKGONWANA. Pl. ofkgiifiwana. DIKGOPE. Pl. ofkgope. DIKGOPISHO. Pl. ofkgopisho. DIKGOPO. Pl. oflogopa . DIKGOPU. Pl. ofkgopu. DrKGORA. Pl. oflogom. Nwana oa dikgom, an illegitimate child. 0 ithwele mpa ea dikgom, sbe has conceived before, or without marriage. Mosadi oa dikgom, a woman who has illegitimate children, a prosti tute. DIKGORI. Pl. ofkgori. DIKGOROGOBA. Pl. of kgorogoba.. DIKGOROLA. Pl. of kgorola. DIKGOSANA. Pl. DIKGW A. Pl. of sekgwa. DIKGWANA. Pl. of sekgwana. DIKGWATISHO. Pl. ofkgwatisho. DIKGWATLHA. Pl. ofkgwatlha. DIKGWEREANO. Pl. of kgwereanii. DIKGWETHE. Pl. of sekgwethe. DIKHADU. Pl. oflokhadu. DIKHAETLA. Pl. ofkba.etla. DIKHIHJRI. Pl. oflohihiri. DJKHoni:. Pl. of sekhobe. DIKHODI. Pl. ofkhodi. DIKHOHE. Pl. ofkhohe. DIKHONUN. Pl. khonuii. DIKHUDU. Pl. ofkhndu. DIKHVliELA. Pl. ofkhumela. DIKHUTLO. Pl. ofbokhutlii. DIKHUTSANA. PZ. DrKHUYANE. PZ. ofkhuyane. DrKHWENA. Pl. of khwena. DIKIDI. Pl. ofsekidi. DIK ID I KID!. Pl. of sekidikidi. DIKILE. Perf. of dika. DIKOA. PZ. of sekoa. DIKOBA. Pl. of sekoba. DIKOBAOBA. Pl. of kiibaoba. DIKOBE. PZ. ofkobe. DIKonoTLo. PZ. of kobOtlo. DIKOCWANA. Pl. oflokocwana. DIKOKOBELE. Flying ants and moths. Used only in plural. DrKOKOLA. PZ. of sekokola.

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DIKOKOMANA. Pl. ofkokoma.na. DIKOKOTHANE. Pl. of koko tbane. DIKOKWATA. PZ. ofkokwata.. DIKoLos:E. PZ. ofkolobe. DIKOLOGA. To go round and round ; to revolve, a.s a roller ; to go round; to compass; to go about. DIKOLOI. PZ. ofkoloi. DrKOLOLA. To cut round a hide. DIKOLOSA. To turn a thing round ; to cause to go round. DIKOLOSIWA. To be turned round. DIKOMA. PZ. ofkoma.. DrKOMAN. Pl. ofkomaii.. DIK6.116u. Pl. of sekomota.. DIKONU. PZ. ofkonn. DrKONGWANE. Pl. ofko:ii.gwanE>. DIKONWAKONWANE. Di beilwe dikoiiwa.ko:ii.wane, they are divided into groups, or por tions. DIKOPA. Pl. of sekopa. DIKOPOLOLO. Pl. of sekopololo, DrK6Jt6. The meal which sinks to the bottom of a pot, when poured in before the water boils. DIKOTLOPO. PZ. of sekotlopo. DIKOTOKWE. PZ. ofkotokwe. DIKUBE. PZ. ofkube. DrKUBU. PZ. of kubu. DIKUCHO. The outer part of the throat. Go beta dikuobo, to seize by the throat; to throttle. DIKUDUANE. Clouds of dust raised by high winds. DrKUNYANE. PZ. ofkunyane. DrKUNWA=Maniiwo. DIKUPA. Pl. ofloupa. DrKUPO. Medicines for doctor-ing houses, walls, etc. DrKURWANA. PZ. ofkurwana.. DrKWANYANA. Pl. ofkwanyana. DIKWENA. PZ. ofkwena. DrKWENA. Pl. ofkwena. DILA. To smear a wall or floor with dung mixed with earth. DrLABE. PZ. of selabe. DrLABI. PZ. ofselabi. DILAHALA. To become blunt; to scratch, a.sa bad pen; to cut badly. DILAHATSA. Oaus. of dila.ba.la. DILALEDI. Pl. of sela.ledi. DILALO. PZ. of selalo. DILA'l'LHO. Pl. of selatlbO. DrLAU. The private parts of a lion. DILEDU. PZ. ofseledu. DILEGA. To become smeared. DILEKANE. Pt. of selekane. DrL:i:P:E. Pl. of selepe. DILEPELELO. Pl. of selepelelo. DILETSEN. Sleeping things; stories of old quarrels ; o Id events, or old history. Go oosa. diletseii., to rouse up sleeping things ; to stir up old strife. DILIALIT. Pl. ofselialii. DrL6. Pl. ofselo. DILOKA. PZ. ofloka. DrL6K6. PZ. ofseloko. DrLOKOLOLO. Many word ; much talking (generally used of evil or of scolding, or cursinl!'). J)lo sing. DrLOLA. To scowl ; to frown ; to look angrily at. 0 la. a mo dilola. 1 he looked angrily at him; ne frowned a.t him. DrLONYANA. PZ. of selonyana. DILWANA. Pl. of selwana; goods ; vessels. DrMAPO. PZ. of loma.pc). DrM:ATI. PZ. oflomati. DIMATSANA. PZ. ofloma.tsa.na. DtMATLA. PZ. of sematla. DnrE. PZ. of seme. DIMECANE. PZ. of semecane. DrliiEKU. PZ. of lomeku. DIMELELA. To be faint, a.s from hunger or thirst; to vanish from sight, a.s a far distant object. DiliENE. PZ. ofsemene. DlliiEPA. Pl. oflomepa. DrxoKANA. To be giddy; to be confnsed in the bead. DnroKANYA. To make giddy ; to confuse.

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DIIIOLOGA, To appear unexpectedly ; to happen by chance; to take place without any known cause. DIMONA.HONE. Pl. of semona mone. DIM ONE. Pl. of m one. DIIIOTA. Pl. ojlomiita. DnroTANA. Pl. oflomiita.na. DI.HPA. Pl. ofnipa. Dr11Pi:. Pl. of mpe. DIMPHO. Pl. of mphii. DIMPSA. Pl. of mpsa. DIIIPU. Pl. of lobu; Jittle hol lows in brack ground where animals lick. DIMU.MU. Pl. o.fsemumu. DINALA. Pl. oflonala. DINALEDI. Pl. o.fnaledi. DIN AKA. Pl. of lonaka. DINAKALADI. Pl. ofnakaladi. DINAKANA. Pl. oflonakana. DINANA. PZ. ofsenana. DINAMANA. Pl. of senamana. DINAHANE. Pl. ofnamane. DINAO. Pl. oflonao. DINAo=Dinao. DrNARE. Pl. ofnare. DINATLA. Pl. of senatla. Ba le ha nna diuatla mo ntweii, they were mighty in war. DINAWA. Pl. ofnawa. DINCA. Pl of nca. DrNCHA. Pl. of ncha; new. DINCHANE. Pl. of nchane, and loshane. DINCHO. Pl. of losho. DINCHo. Pl. of dushii. DrNCHWANA. Pl. of dushwana. DINE. Four. Drrio. Pl. ofnea. DrNENEBU. Pl. ofnenebu. DINKGWANA, Pl. ofnkgwana. DINKU. Pl. ofnku. DINNANNE. Pl. of sennanne. DrNOKWANE. Pl. ofsenokwane. DINONE. Pl. ofniine. DINONO. Pl. Qf seniinii. DINONYANE. Pl. of niinyane. DrNoo. Pl. ofnoo. DINOS. Honey. J)INOSE. Honey. DINOTSHE. Honey. DrNTA. Pl. ofnta. DINTHA. Pl. Q(lotha. DINTHE. Pl. oflore. DINTHO. Pl. of nthii. DINT!. Pl. oflodi. DINTLENTLE. Pl. of ntlentle. DINTLHA. Pl. of ntlha. Maye a dintlha, mountain peaks ; conical hills. DINTLRANA. Metse ea dintlhana1 outlying villages; groups ot houses round a large town, Sing. and pl. DIN'l'LHWA. Pl. of ntlhwa. DINTSHE. The lees or sediment of native beer. DINTSHI. Pl. of losi. Dintshi tea lewatle, the shore :of the sea. DINTSI. Pl. of ntsi ; many :tlies; locusts just hatched. DINTSIEAPUDUHO. Pl. ofntsieapudumii. DINTWA. Pl. ofntwa. DINUTA. Nuts (hybrid). DINWELO. Pl. of senwelii. DINYA. Pl. of senY.a Jokes; j eating ; nonsense (in this sense it is u@ed only in the pl.). 0 la a bua dinya, he jested, or talked foolishly. DrNYANA. Nothingness; foolishness. DINYATSI. Pl. ofnyatsi. DINYAWA=Dinya. DINYE. Pl. of senye ; small; DINYEHA. P'z. of senyema. DINYETO. PZ. of loetii, DINYO. Pl. of nyii (used as a curse. DINYWABA. PZ. of nywaha. DINWANE. Pl. ofsenwane. DriALE. Pl. of iiale. DINALO. Internal wounds or bruises, as from a beating, or bearing a burden. DriANALE. Pl. ofloiiaiiale. DriATA. PZ. ofiiata. DriHE. PZ. of iihe. Drioso. Steep banks made by water,lnt.

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Dr:N6P:E . Pl. of loii.ope. Dr:NwAGA. Pl. of ii.waga. Dx:NwE. Pl. of ii.we, and seii.we. DilO diii.we, some things. DINWENYANA. Dilo diii.wenyana, a few things. Dx6. Pl. of seo. Dxon6. Pl. ofloobO. DIOLO. Pl. ofseolo. DIOTI. Pl. ofseoti. DIPABI. Pl. ofpabi. DIPADI. Pl. of lobadi. DIPADIPADI. Many scars; scars all over. DIPAHALA. To become over-bearing,ortyrannical; to domineer. DIPAKA. Pl. oflobaka. DrPAK6. Pl. ofpa.ko. DIPALA. Pl. ofpala, andlobala. DIPALAH6. Pl. of sepalamo. DrPALEL6. Pl. oflobalelo. DIPANISI. Pl. of sepanisi. DIPAPAC6. Merchandise; things for trading with. DIPAPETLA. Pl. of sepapetla; flat. Maye a dipapetla, flat stones. A bo a le dipa.petla, they were flat. DIPAPETLANE. Pl. of sepa.petlane. DIPAPOSANE. Pl. ofpaposane. DrPARO. P. of loaro. DIPATERONE. Pl. ofpaterone. DIPA1'IKA. Pl. ofpatika. DIPATLEL6. Pl. ofpatlelo. DIPAT6. Pl. of sepato. DIPATOL6. Pl. o.(patolo. DIPE. Pl. of sepe. DitihO dipe, no works (used in negative sentences). DrPEBA. Pl. of peba. DIPEBE. Pl. of lobe be. DIPEIS. Pl. of peis. DIPELELA. Pl. of lobelela. DIPELWANE. Pl. ofpelwane. DIPEO. Pl. ofpeo. DxP:EP:E. Pl. of sepepe. DIPES. Pl. oflobes. DIPHACANE. Nwana oa dipha.cane, a child that is supposed to be faulty, or suffering because of its motller's immorality either before or j nst after its birth. DIPHADI. Pl. of sephadi. DIAHAILANE. False stories ; tales witllout any foundation. No sing. DIPHAHA. Pl. of lohaha. DIPHAHANA. Pl. ofphahana. DIPHALANA. Pl. ofphalana. DIPHAPHI. Pl. ofphaphi. DIPHAPO. Pl. of sehap{>. DIPHARA. The division between the nates. No sing. DIPHARAGANYANE. Pl. of pba.-raganyane. DIPHARAGAN. Pl. ofpbaragaii. DIPHARE, Pl. oflohare. DrPHARO. Pl. of loharo. DIPHATA. Forked ; divided, as a branch, or an ox's hoof. DIPHATLA. Pl. of pbatla. DIPHATLO. Pl. of lophatlo. DIPHATSA. Pl. of phatsa, and lohatsa. Chips; danger. 0 mo diphatseii., be is in danger. Tsela ea dipbatsa, a dangerous path. DIPHEGO. Pl. oflopbego. DIPHEKO. Pl. of pheko. DIPHEGELO. Pt. ofpbegelo. DIPHELE. Pl. of lehele. DIPHELWANE. Pl. ofphelwane. DIPHETEKGANO. Pl. of phetekgano. DIPHETLA. Pl. ofphetla. DIPHETLH6. Pl. oflohetlho. DIPHEPHEN Pl. ofphepheii. DIPHETOGO. Pl. of phetogo. DIPHINA. MatlbO a dipbina, eyes sore and black underneath through constant. discharge. DIPHIO. Pl. ofpbio. DIPHIL6. Pl. ofphilo. DIPHOHA. Pl. ofphoha. DIPHOHU, Pl. ofpbohu. DIPHOKO. Pl. ofphoko. DIPHOKOYE. Pl. ofpbokoye. DtPHOLA. Pl. ofphola. DtPHOLO. Pl. ofpholo. DrPHOLOHOCWANA. Pl. of phiilohoowana.

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DrPHOLOHOLO. Pl. ofphOlobOlo. DrPHONI. PZ. of phoni. Used also of cheek-bones which are abnormally prominent. DrPHOPHI. PZ. ofphophi. DIPHOROLA. The flakes of dirt removed by a dootor when rubbing the body of a patient with moshwa:ii., or by a person washing himself with milk. No sing. DrPHOSHO Pl. ofphoahO. DIPHOTONONO. Pl. of photoDODO. DrPHUDui:ao. Pl. ofphuduego. DIPHUGO. Pl. of phugo. DIPHUHI. Pl. of ph ubi. DIPHUKA. Pl. of lohuka. DrPoA. Pl. of loboa, and poa. DIPODI. Pl. ofpodi. DIPOGISHO. Pl. ofpogisho. DrPoGo. Pl. ofpogo, sufferings. Pl. also of lobogij. DIPOKO. Pl. of sepoko. DrPOLELA. Pl. of lobolela. D!POLELO. Pl. of polelo. DIPOLELELO. Pl. ofpolclelo. DrPoLoKi:Lo. Pl. of polokclo, and bobolokeio. DrPONE. Pl. of lobOne. DrPOMO. Pl. of sepomo. DrPOPi:Lo. Pl. of sebopelo. DrPoTA. Pl. oflobota. DrPOTLANA. Pl. ofsebOtlana. DrPOTSANE. Pl. ofpotsane. DrPOUNAMA. Pl. ofpouna.ma. DIPUDUMO. Pl. ofpndumo. DrPuo. Pl. of puo. DrRA=Diha. A hostile army ; enemies. Ka. dira, by war. DIRAI. Pl,. of serai. DIRALA. Pl. of sera)a. DIRAMETLANA. Pl. of serame. tlana. DIRATHANA. Pl. of DIRATHI. Pl. of serathi. DIREPA. Pl. of serepa. DIREPUDI. Pl. of serepudi. DIRETHE. Pl. of sercthe. DIRETLO. The viscera of an animal ; all the internal organs of a sheep, etc. DrRINi:. Pl. of serine. D 1 a ITJl:. Pl. of serite. DraoBE. Pl. of serobe. Viscera of a sheep, etc., when cooked. DrxoBi:GO. Broken things. DrROKOLO. Pt of serokolo. DrttoMo. Pl. of seromo. DrROPE. Pl. of serope. DIROPO. Pl. of seropi). DIROPOLOGANE. Pl. of seropologane. DIROROBE. Pl. of serorobe. DmoRwANA. Pl. oflororwana. DrROTA. Pl. of serota. DIROTELAKGAMELO. Pl. of serotelakgamelo. DIROTHOLA. Pl. of serothola. DrROTo. Pl. of seroto. DrROTWAN A. Pl. of serotwana. Drxu. Pl. ofseru. DrRULELO. Thatch ; thatching materials ; a roof. DIRURUBELE. Pl. of serurubele. DIRUBI. Pl. of serubi. DrRWALO. Pl. ofserwalo. Dru. To take care of; to herd ; to watch over. Pl. ofsesadinya-na. DrSAMANE. Pl. of samane. DrSANA. Pl. of sesana. DrnTLHANA. A large cloud of dust. DrsETLHANE. A kind of small hare. Pl. bodisetlhane. Drsll:To. Pl. of seseto. DrsHASHE. A coward; a fainthearted person; cowardly. 0 disbasbe, he is a coward. Ba disbashe, they are cowards. DISHAUSHAUANE. Pl. of sbau sbauane. DrsHEUSHEUANE. Pl. of sheu sbeuane. Drsno. Pl. ofseshO. A cold in the bead. No sing. in this sense. DISHOWANE. A large white vulture. Pl. bodisbowane. DrsHUPA. Seven. DISIGO. Pl. ofsesigo. DISIPI." Pl. of sesipi.

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DISITSE, Perf. of disa. DrTAA. Pl. oftaa.. DITADI. Pl. ofta.di. DITAEA=Nta.ea. DITAEO. Pl. ofta.eo. DITAMA=Tlhomama. DrTEBOGO. Pl. DrTEDE. Pl. oflotede. DITEDU. Pl. oftedu. 0 ditedu, he is bearded. Molomo oa ditedu, a bearded mouth. DITEU:TA. Pl. ofteketa.. DITEKO. Pl. of. teko. DITELA=Ntela. DITELO. Pl. oftelo. DITEMA. Pl. oftema. DITEMA. Pl. of tema., DITEMANA. Pt of temana.. DrrEME. Pl. of loleme. Drri:wA=Ntewa. DITHAAPO. Pl. ofthaapo. Dn'RAGA. Pl. of loraga, and thaga. DITHAELO. Pl. ofthaelo. DITHAKADU. Pl. oftbakadu. DITHAKANWAGA. Pl. of thaka-iiwaga. DrTHAKO. Pl. oflorako. DITHAMA. Roots of the thama plant. DITHAMANE. Pl. of thamane. DITHAPO. Pl. of lorapf>, and tbapo. DITHARI. Pl. of thari. Go tlbabela ditha1i, to make a feast when a lying-in woman leaves the house. Dn'HARO. Three. DITHATANYANA. Pl. of thata.. nyaoa. DrTHATHARO. Six. DITHAPELO. Pl. ofthapelo. DITHEBOLO. Pl. ofthebolo. DITHEKA. Pl. of lotheka. DITHEMO. Pl. of tbemo. DITHIBEDI. Pt ofthibecii. DITHIRI. Pl. of thiri. DrTHITO. Pl. ofthito. DITHO. Pl. of setho. DITHOBA. Pl. of thoba. Dithoba tea legodimo, used figu ratively, and understood as of teats in the sky from which rain flows. DrTHOBE. Pl. of thObe. DITHODI. Pl. of thodi. DnnoHOANA. An instep, Int. DrTHOKO. Pl. of thoko. Mo dithokoii, at the sides. DrrHOLA. Pl. of thola. DITHOLANA. Pl. oftholana. DITHOLE. Pl. of lorole. DITHOLENYANA. Pl. of lorolenyana. DITHOROlllO. Pl. ofthoromo. DITHOTA. Pl. of thota.. DrTH01'HOBOLO. Pt of thothobolo. DrTHOTSE. Pl. of.thotse. DITHOYANA. Pl. ofloroyana. DrrnuE. Pl. of tbue. DITHUNYA. Pl. of sethunya. DrTnuo. Pl. of loruo, and thuo. DITHUTHUBUDU. Pt of thuthubodu. DITHUTHUCHWANE, Pl. ofthuthu eh wane. Drmw ANA. Pl. of lorwana. DrTrBo. Pl. oftibo. Dmno. Pl. of tido. DITIHALO. Pl. oftiha.lo. DrriHALELO. Pl. of tihaleJO. DITILATSHI. Pl. oftilatshi. DITILWANE. Pl. oftilwane. DITIME. Pl. of setime. DmMELA. Pl. ofsetimela.. DmTEELO. Pl. ojtiteelo. DITLALA. Pl. oftla.la. DITLANTLAPE. Pl. of tla.ntlape. DITLATSANA. Pl. oftlatsana.. DrTLAWA. Pl. nf lotlawa. DITLHA. Pl. of setlha. DITLHABA. Pl. of setlbaba. DITLHABELA. Pl. of setlhabela, andltlhabela.. DrTLHABELO. Pl. of setlhabelo. DITLHABO. Pl. of lotlhabo. DrTLHACo. Pl. of tlhaco. DITLHACHWANA. Pl. of tlha. chwana. Dl'I'LHAEA. Pl. of lotlhaea. DITLHAGA. Pl. ofsetlhaga. DITLHAGARE. Pl. of tlhagare.

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DITLHAKA. PZ. of lotlha.ka.. DITLHAKE. PZ. of setlha.ke. DITLHAKORE. Pl. of lotlha.kore. DITLHALE. Pl. oftlha.le. DITLHAJIIANE. Pl. oftlila.ma.ne. DITLHANO. Five. DITLHAP!l:Lo, PZ. of tlha.peio. DITLHARAPA. Pl. of lotlhara.pa.. D!TLHARE. Pl. of setlhare. DITLHARO. 0 ditlharo, he is too \luick in answering, or speakm ; he is foolishly eager to he heard. DITLHAS. Pl. of tlhas. DITLHATLHAPALA. Meal very carelessly ground ; chips or shavings sticking out in all directions. DITLHATLHARAPA. Twigs stick ing out in all directions on a dry branch. DITLHETLHWA. Pl. oftlhetlhwa. DITLHOGOTLHOGO. PZ. of tlhogotlhogo. DITLHOHI. Pl. of tlhohi. DITLHOKA. Pl. oftlhoka. Wax in the ear. DtTLHOKWA. Pl. of lotlhokwa. DITLHOLA. PZ. ofsetlhola. DITLHOLO. PZ. of tlholo. DITLHOLWA. Pl. ofsetlhOlwa. DITLHOM:i:Lo. PZ. of setlhOmelo. Armour. DITLHOliiESHO. Pl. oftlhomeshO. DITJ:,HONO. PZ. of tlhono and lotlhono. DtTLHo:&. PZ. oftlhoii. Shame. Go tlhabisa ditlhoii, to make ashamed. Go tlha.ywa. ke di tlhoii, to be ashamed. DITLHOPHANA. PZ. oftlhOphana. DrTLHORA. PZ. oftlhora.. DITLHOTLHORI. PZ. of tlbotlhori. DITLHOTSA. PZ. of setlhotsa. DtTLHOYANA. PZ. oftlhoyana. DITLOA. PZ. oflotloa. DITLOCO. PZ. oftloco. DtTLOGOLO. PZ. of setlogolo. DtTLOGOLWANA. PZ. of tlogolwana. DITLHOGONOLO. PZ. of tlhogo!lOlo. DITLOKA. PZ. of setloka. PZ. oftlolo. DITLOO. PZ. oftloo. DtTLOPo. PZ. of setlopo, tlopo, and lotlopo. DITLOU. PZ. oftlou. DITLOWANA. Pl. of setlowana. DITOGAliiANO. Pl. of toga.mano. DITOGOliiANO. Pl. of togoma.no. DITOISI. PZ. of toisi. DITOKE. PZ. of setoke. DITOKOLOLO. Pl. of tokololo. DITOMEGA. PZ. of tomega. DIToMo. PZ. oftomo. DITONTOLO. PZ. oftontolo. DITOTO. PZ. of setoto. DITOTOYANE. PZ. of setotoyane. DITOTWANA. Elves. Int. DITSALA. PZ. of tsala. DrTs:i:B:i:. PZ. oftsebe. DITSECHWANA. PZ. of tsechwana. DITSENWA. PZ. of setsenwa. DITs:i:Ts:i:. PZ. of tsetse. DITSHAliiEKO. PZ. oftshameko. DITSHAliiEKWANE. PZ. of tsha mekwane. DITSHEA. PZ. of losea. DITsu:i:Bo. PZ. oftshebii. DITSHEDI. PZ. of. setshedi. DITsu:i:Go. PZ. of setshego. DITSHERA. A. kind of bushman dance, Int. DITSHERU. Places in the veldt where game come to lick, Int. DITsu:i:T:i:LA. Pl. of tshetela. Shavings of wood. DITSHETLHO. Pl. oJtshe,t:J.ho. DITsu:i:To.=Ditshetela, 1nt. Pl. ofseseto. DITSH:i:Pu:i:. PZ. of tshephe. DtTSHIBA. Pl. of losiba. DrrSHIDI. PZ. of setshidi. DITSHIKA. Pl. of losika, and tshika. DITSHIKARO. Pl. of tshikarii. DITSHIKIRI. PZ. of tshikiri. DITSHIPA. Pl. oftshipa. DITSHIPO. Pl. oftshipo. DITSHISIRI. Pl. oftshisiri. DITSHITSHI. Pl. of lotshitshi. DITSIE. Pl. oftsie.

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DITSIENCHWANE. PL of tsienchwane. DITSINA. Pl. o.f tsina. DnsiRITSIRI. Pl. of tsiritsiri. Drrsnsmr. PZ. of tsitsiri. DITUKI. Used for pe .. oocks, but not known. DrTULO. Pl. of setulo. DITUliiO. Pl. oftumo. DrTUTUCHWANE. Pl. of tutu-chwane. Dl'l'WALA. Pl. oflolwala. Diwa. Pass. of dia. DIYALO. Seeds; things sown. Dno. Pl. of seyo. DuBA. To knead bread, or clay; Pass. duywa. To act so as to cause strife or disturbance. DUBILE. Per.f. of duba. DucwE. Perf. pass. of duba. Go sa ducwe, the people are still up; it is not bedtime. DuoiSA. To cause to sit; to de tain. DuouELETSA. Ba le ba mo du dueletsa, they applauded him. DuouErsA. To scream, or yell, as women in the dance, or when calling to each other. Du:ELA. 'l'o reward; to pay. DuKULA. 'l'o pick out; to pick stones out of the ground; to pick something out of a per son's tooth ; to cut meat oft' a bone. DuLA. To sit ; to sit down; to sit on a chair, etc. Dula ha hatshe, sit on the ground. DULE. Perf. of cwa. DuLELA. Go dulela rure, to sit down altogether. DULWE. Ke dulwe ke nthii, a sore has come out on me. DU .IliA. 'l'o roar ; to reverberate; to rumble. Du.IIIALANA. To agree together. DU)!ALANYE. Perf. of duma lana. Du.IIIEDISA. To greet; to salute; to cause to greet. DmrEDISANYA. To greet each other. Du.IIIELA. To believe. Used as a form of salutation. DuliiELANA=Dumalana. Du.IIIELESEGA. To become pos sible of belief. Du.IIIISA. Caus. of duma. Du.MOLOGA. To cease to believe ; to become unbelieving. DuPA. To scent, as game people, or a dog its master ; to put the mouth to a sick person, and draw out the sickness. DuPELELA. To follow a scent, as a dog. DuSA. To be abont to bring forth. Used of animals. DusHo. A spoon. Pl. dincho. DusHWANA. A small spoon. Pl. dinchwana. DuTLA. To leak, as a water vessel. Go dutla mokola, to have a hoomorrhage from the nose. DUTLALALA. To rain in a thick stream. DuwA. Pass. of cwa. DUYWA. Pass. of duba. E. E. This. Used with nouns whose particle is e. Yes ; e sale, ever since; E se re kgo tsa, lest. E tsamaea, until. Part. of a number of nouns. EA. To go; to go away. Perf. ile; Pass. iwa. Kgomo ea me, my ox. Ea bo, it being. Ea bo e se ena, it not being he. Ea bo e le kgomo, it being an ox ; it was an ox. EANP=EaeiiP EAB.E. When; it being. Used in the past tense. Eare ba tsena, when they entered. E BE. E be e se, it not being ; it is not. E be e se ena, it not being he ; it was not he. E be e le, it being, it is. E be e le go boea, it being to return. EBEDISA. Caus. of ebela.

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EBELA. To sway; to move to and fro, as a. tree blown by the wind. Eso:N. To wit; namely. EcRO. Our ; ours. EcRWA. A kgalaga.di bowl made of hide, Int. EcwA. Beca.use ; seeing that. ElcwA. Pass. ofepa.. EDIRA. Ediha gona. Then. Causes the verb following to end in ii. Ediha goua. ba tsa ma.eaii, then they went away. EDIMOLA=Idimola. EDITSE. Perf. of etsa. EDIWA. Pass. ofetsa.. Ei:. A a eo, let him go. EFANGELIO. The gospel (hybrid). ERA. To lift up the hands, so as to ward oft" something. ERE. An affirmative response to what has been said. Ehe ? which P Used with nouns whose particle is e. EKA. 'l'o lift the arm, as if about to strike. EKAEKA. To lift up the arm often, as if about to strike. EKAEKEGA. To believe everything one hears. E KA NE=Ekete. EKARE. If; if it could be. Ekare goii we, lest. Ekare kgo tsa, lest perchance ; for fear that. EKETE. I think; it seems to me. EKOTE = Ekete. ElL A. To How, a.s water ; to pour down, or drop down, as per spiration. El la. gqii we, to agree together, to be of one mind. Go ela ma.shwiya.ne, to unite in attacking. ELAXA. To sit on eggs; to brood ; to cover, as the water of a flood in a garden ; to lie in, after childbirth. ELAXELA. To give help or sup port in a difficulty. ElLATLR6K6. To observe; to take notice of. ElLi:GA. 'fo bring forth a. child in a. stooping posture ; to be delivered stooping. ELEGISA. To give h!!lp in childbirth; to act a.s a midwife. ElLELA. To flow, as water; to How with, or to. ELETSA. To desire. ELETSEGA. To become desirable. ELOLA. To raise up, as a sick person. ElLwA. Pass. ofela. ElxA. To stand. Perf. eme. Elma. nokeii, to stand by, or defend ; to stand security for. :ill:tu:EMA. To tarry; to dPlay. ElXALALAN A. To contend with each other ; t.o be a.t variance with each other. ElMALANA. To be at variance with each other. Go ema.la.na le, to contend with. ElMANA. 0 la a. emana le nna, he opposed me. EMANf Who? EMARA=Emera. Pe>j. of ema. EMELA. To be in place of ; to stand for. Elmela ditau, to stand opposed to the lions. Go emela lehatshe, to in place of the land. Go emela kgakala, to stand afar oft: EJMELALANA= :ilJmalalana. EMELELA. To urge; to inter cede for ; to justify another. ExERA. To conceive. Used of cattle. EmsA. To ca.use to stand. EMOGA. To go away ; to get out of the way by going away. ENA. He; she; him; her. ENE=:illna. ENcA. See NcA. ENCHA. See NcHA. ENCHo. See NcHo. .I'Nl'A. To innnculate; to vaccinate (hybrid). ENTSEANA=E ntse yana. ENTSHA. See N-rsHA. ENo. Rra. eno, your father. Ba

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ga eno, people. Oa ga. eno, your neighbour. E:N P What P E:ii.le e:ii., etcetera., etcetera. E:Na.u.a.. To become a. stranger. E:Nw.a.. Pa,ss. of ema.. E:NwE. See NwE. Eo. This. Used of a. person. Motho eo, this person. Ga. a. eo, he is not. Ga. se eo, it is not. Ga. ba. eo, there a. re none. EoLA.. To hold ba.ck ; to with hold, or prevent a. person from doing. EiiNA. It. Used with nouns in particle e. Eosx. Only. Used with nouns in pa.rticle e. EoTLHE. All. .i\lP.a.. To dig; to dig for. Pass. ecwa. a.nd epiwa.. To spea.k loudly to ; to insult. To de. prive of, or do a.n injustice to. Go epa. picii, to ca.ll a. meeting. Go epa. ntwa., to a.sk, or obta.in an army from a.n ally. Go epa. metse, to dig for wa.ter. EPi:. Ga go na. epe, there is not one .i\lPi:GA. To become dug. .i\lPi:LA. To dig for. Go ba. epela. dira., to a.sk an army from them. EPE'l'SA. To dig for somebody ; to dig for something. EPIW A. Pa,ss. of epa.. EPOLOGA. To be dug up, or out. EPOLOLA. Reversive of epa. To dig up or out ; to reproa.ch with, as with poverty, or a. fault. EPOLOLWA. Pa,ss. of epolola. ERA. Era. gonne, because. ERE. It being. Ere ka, because. Ere re cwa., when we come out. EaEGA. To be easy going; to believe anything or anybody. EREKA=Ere ka. Seeing that; since. EaEKE=Ereka.. ERETE=Ekete. ERILE. When. Used in the pa.st tense. Erile ka tsatsi yeuii, when on that da.y. EROTE=Ekete. EsE. An old form of salutation. Ha e se, except; unless. EsELA. An ass (hybrid). EsELANA. A little ass (hybrid). EsE:N. Not. Es1. Alone; only. Ka esi, he alone. A le esi, he alone. 0 la a tla. ka esi, he ca.me alone. Es1:&. See EsE:N .i\lrA. To jonTDey. Perf. etile. .i\lTALANA. To journey to or with another; to be friendly. ihELA. Tojourneyto. Goetela kwa. motse:ii. o mo:ii.we, to .iour ney to another town. Go etela kwa. pele, to go before, to pre cede. ETELELA PELE. To go before; to precede. ETELE'fSE PELE. Perj. of etelela pale. ETHIMOLA. To sneeze. E'l'ILE. Perf. of eta.. ETLA. Ba etla., they are coming; ha. e etla., that it is coming En.&.RE. When. Used in the future tense. Etla.re u mmiina, when you see him. E TLE E RE=Etlere. ETLEETSA. To prepa.re food, etc., as for a journey. ETLEETSEGA. To become pre pa.red; to be ready. ETLELEDICWE. Prepared. ETLELETSA. To prepare for; to make ready for. ETLERE. Whenever (the idea of use and wont being in it). Et. lere kgotsa a kgonwe, if per chance he be persuaded. Etlere go:ii.we a. tla. a. ikutl we, if per chance he listen. Etlere lo cwa., when you come out. ETLETSEGA. See ErLEETSi:G.&.. ETLOinT! Wait a bit! ETsA. To imitate; to be like. Perj. editse; pa,ss. ediwa.. Go

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etsa monona, to imitate a man ; it is like a man. ETSAETSA. To confuse; to make to doubt as to the meaning. ETSAETSEGA. To misunderstand; to be in doubt as to the mean ing; to wander aimlessly. ETSAETSIWA. Pass . of etsaetsa. ETSE. Perf. of ela. Eu. Yes. Euo. That; those. Used with singular or plural nouns when particle i11 e. EVANGELIO. The gospel (hy brid). F. FORAGE. A load (hybrid). FEIGE. A fig (hybrid). FELOTE. A tlute (hybrid). G. GA. Not; of. Ga se ens., it is not he. Ga se yalo, it is not so. Ga two., it was said. Helo ga. gagwe, his place. Ba. ga. ga.bo, their own people. Oa ga. ga.bo, his neighbour. Ga tla, there comes. To draw water. Perf. gile; pass. giwa.. GABA. To hollow out; to scoop out; to hew out; to gouge out. Pass. ga.ywa. GABALALA. To become arched, or drawn up, as a person draw ing up his body when on hands and feet; to lean forward, lean ing against something. Twice. GABEGA. To become hollowed out. GABEGILE. Perf. of ga.bega.. GABELA. To hollow out for; to walk quickly; to cut pumpkin, etc., into small pieces for cook ing. GABELWA. Pass. of ga.billa. GABO; Gabii gole, there was. Gabo ga se ens., it was not he. Ba ga ga.bo, their people. GA.CWA. Pass. ofgapa. GA.DIKA.. To roast, as coffee, fat, etc. ; to melt fat ; to tease; to annoy; to cause pain in the stomach. GADIKANA. To annoy, or rival each other. GADIKEGA. To have stomach ache. GADILE. Perf. of gala. GADIMA.. To lighten. Used of lightning. To look sideways. GA.DIMA.NA. To look at each other sideways. GADIMISA. To cause to look sideways. GA.DIMOSA.=Gadimisa. GAE. Nay. Used as a shortened form of legae. GAEA.GA.! An expression used to stimulate a person to run fast. GA.ECHO. Of ours. GAEO. It is not. GA.GABA. To creep, or crawl on hands and knees; to crawl, as a cat hunting. GA.GA.MOLA.. To be stiflly stretched; to cease for a while. Used of rain. GAGA.MA.LELA.. To hasten to; to be in earnest for : to reach after ; to follow hard after. Go gagama.lela kwa. pele, to go ahead. Ba tla gagamalela mo dimo, they will follow hard after God. GA.GAMATSA. To stretch, or pull stiflly. GAGAPA. To take more than one has permission to take. GAGAUTLHA. To tear in pieces ravenously, as several dogs to gether. GAGO. Thy; thine. GAGOGA.. To become torn; to tear of itself. GA.GOGA.NYA.. To rend, or tear asunder.

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GAGOLA. To rend; to tear with the fingers. GAGOLWA. Pass. ofgagola. GAG WE. His ; hers. GAHOLA. To castrate. GAlLA. To kill a large number. GAISA. To excel; to exceed; to succeed better than others ; to surpass ; to be of more value than. GAITSE. Perf. of gaila. GAKA. To escape one's memory; to forget ; to make difficult to remember; to puzzle. Lehoko le tla gu gaka, the word will escape your memory, you will forget the word. Di tla re gaka, they will puzzle us, they will pass our comprehension. E se ka ea mo gaka. gope, he never forgot it. GAKALA. To be zealous; to be earnest; to be indignant ; to be oft'ended; to be averse. 0 la a ga.kala thata, he was very angry. GAKALELA. To be zealous for; to be eager for ; to be deter mined upon; to be mad against. 0 la a gakalela go tsamaea, he was eager to go. 0 la a gaka lela tuelo, he was angry about the payment. GAKALETSE. Perf. of gakalela. Ba gakaletse go mmi>na, they are eager to see him. GAX.ANYA. To kill game in large numbers. GAKATSA. To ofFend; to pro voke; to incite to anger. GAKATSEGA. To be provoked; to be excited to anger ; to be moved with indignation. Go gakatsega kaga, to be moved with indignation a.t. GAKELA= Gatsela. G.a.KETSE. Perf. of gakela. GAKGAJIIALA. To wonder. GAKGAJIIALELA. To wonder at; to be astonished at. GAKGAliiATSA. To cause to won der ; to astonish. GAKILE. Perf. ofgaka. GAKILWE. Perf. pass. of gaka. Motho o gakilwe, the person has forgotten. GAKIWA. Pass. of gaka.. GAKGE. Go ya gakge, to be dumbfounded. 0 yele gakge, he is dumbfounded. GAKOLOGA. To become melted, as iron, hail, et.c. GAKOLOGELWA. To be reminded; to be remembered; to remem ber ; to come to mind; to occur to the mind. GAKOLOLA. To remind; to re mind of; to counsel; to advise. Di re gakolola Keresete, they remind us of Christ. GAKOLOLANA. To consult to gether. GAKOLOSA. To melt, or cause to melt, as lead, etc. ; to warm up cooked food. GAKWA. Pass. of gaka.. 0 tla. gakwa., he will be forgotten. Ha ke sa gakwe, if I have not forgotten. Ba ka gakwa ke shona, they can forget it. Ba gakwa, they forget. GALA. To scream. Perf. ga dile. GALAKA. To be bitter; to be brackish ; to be painful, as an eye with something in it. GALAKEGA. To become bitter; to become angry. GALAKISA. To cause to be bitter ; to provoke. GALALA. To refuse to accept; to grumble at a thing ofFered. GALALELA. To shine; to glare; to glitter. GALALETSA. To cause to shine; to glorify. GALALWA. Pass. of galala. GALE. Always. Le gale, just so. Ka gale, always. Go sale gale, early in the morning. GALEHA. To become angry. Go galeha nabo, to be angry with them. GALEHELA. To be angry with. T

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GALETSE. Perf. of galala. GALETSHA. To cause to be angry. GALODISA. To give medicine to a dog in order to make it fierce enough to catch jackals. GAMA. To milk. Pass. gamile. To press out the contents of the bowel of a slaughtered animal. GAMAKELA. To swell through congestion of blood and serum, as after a snake's bite. GAMAREGA. To cease for a while, as one not knowing how to do a thing; to pause in doubt. GA:lt:OGA. To dry up, or become dried up, as a sore. G.Bt:OLA. To squeeze out; to wring out. GAMOLELA. Go gamolela tno, to squeeze out into. GAMUTLHA. To close the arms fast round about ; to grasp the mouth of a sack with the hands. GANA. To refuse; to object; to object to. Perf. ga.nne. Ba gana ka ena, they refuse to give him, Ba mo gana, they refuse to have him, they object to him. GANALANA. To contend among each other, GANE. Four times, GANELA. To contend; to dis pute; to l'Csist ; to strive. Go ganela.le, to strive with, to re sist. GANELANA= Gana.la.na. GANETSA. To contend with; to resist; to contradict. Go gane tsa ma.hoko, to contradict or deny the news. Go ganetsa matlhoii, to withstand to the face. GANETSANYA. To contend with each other ; to be at strife with each other. GANKAHALA. To become valiant; to become bold. GANUGA. To become valiant. GANNE. Perf. of gana. GASTSHA. Oaus. of gana. GANTSI. Frequently; often; many times. GANTSINTSI. Very often; very many times. GANWA. Pass. of gana. GANWE. Once. Gaiiwe le gape, again and again. GAPA. To take by authority; to take by force ; to steal cattle from an enemy. Pass. gaciVa. To discipline, or correct, as a parent a child. GAPE. Again. Gaiiwe le gape, again and again. GAPECWE. Perf. pass. of gapela. Ba gapecwe dikgomo, their oxen are seized. GAPELA. To steal from; to take from by force, or by authority. GARA. To coil; to coil anything up into a small compass. Go gara mo sehubeii, to gather or fold to the breast. GARAGANYA. To coil, as a large piece of meat into a small pot. GARANATA. A pomegranate (hybrid). GARARO. Three times; thrice. GARATARO. Six times. GARAWE. A spade (hybrid). GARE. The midst; between. Ha gare, half way between, or in the middle. Mo gare ga di tlalillii, in the midst of dis tress. GAREGANAGA. In the middle of the veldt; the open country; the wilderness. GARELA. To put anything as a cushion, as a pad on the head under a waterpot ; to pot some thing between things liable to breakage ; to fix a thing firmly, so that it shall not shake; to fix, or hold a thing firmly, as a washer holds a screw. Mosa.di o tla garela nkgii, the woman will put a kgare on her head for the waterpot.

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GAROGA. To become torn; to become rent ; to become torn down a.lto_getber. GAROLA. To tear with teeth, or hands. GARUBA. To gnaw, as a. dog a. bone; to cause a. gnawing pain, as a. ripening abscess ; to dig on one side, after having dug straight down. GARUMA. To snarl, as angry dog. GASA. To scatter by throwing from the band; to throw about, as sand, etc. ; to scatter seed, etc. GASAGASA. To scatter, or throw about in all directions. GASAGASEGA. To be thrown, or scattered about in all direc tions. GASAGASETSA. To scatter much. GASAKANYA. To drive away with impatience. GASAMA. 'fo become ecattered, or spread a.bont in all direc tions, as oxen. GASAME. Perf. of gasama. GASEDIWA. Pass. of gasetsa.. GASEGA. To become scattered. GASEGELA. To sprinkle, or spurt upon, as blood from a. wound ; to rnsh upon, as an attacking force. GASETSA. To scatter to, or for. GASHOME. Ten times. GASHUPA. Seven times. GATA. To tramp; to tread; to make wood straight by bend ing or cutting. Pass. gatwa. GATAKA. 'l'o tramp or trea.u much ; to tread, or trample under foot. GATEGA. 'fo become very b,td, or incurable, as a. sore, or sick ness ; the conclusion being that the sufferer has come into contact with a. menstrual wo man. GATELA. To tread, or tramp for. GATELELA. To tread down; to press down to the ground, as m wrestling ; to lie upon with the whole body ; to press hard on a pen when writing. Go gatelela. morwetsana, to force, or ravish a. girl. Go ga telela. dikgomo, to drive loose cattle. GATILE. Perf. of gata. GATISA. Oaus. of gata.; to print. GATLA. To strike with a. thick stick, or club. GATLAKA. To strike much; to beat badly with a. thick stick, etc. GA"l'LILWE. Perf. pass. of gatla. 0 la. a. gatlilwe ke lencwe, he was struck b:y a falling stone. 0 la. a. gathlwe ka lencwe, he was struck by a. thrown stone. GATLAMPULEGA. To be dead, or destroyed in large numbers. GATLETSA. To pierce with a. sharp instrument, making a. clicking noise ; to walk with creaking boots. GATLHANO. Five times. GATOGA. To take a. foot off any thing ; to move off, as off a. chair. GATOSA. To cause to move off; to move one thing off another;. to move a. person off a chair; to take one person off another in a. fight. GATSEDJSA. Oaus. of gatsela. GATSELA. To become frozen ; to be stiff with cold; to con geal ; to freeze. GATSHANE. A piece, or remnant of ox hide, or sole leather. GATSHANYANE. A small ga.tsbane. GATWA. Pass. o.f gata. GAUCHWANE. Very near. GAUCHWANYANE. Very near in-deed; quite close. GAUHE. Near. GAUHI=Ga.nhe. GAUJU.KWE. Bile. Part. o. Gi:. An expression of appeal,

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or expostulation. U batlaii. ge? pray what are you seek ing? GEHELWA. To pant; to be out of breath. GEHITLANHYA= Higitlbanya. GELA. To draw water for. Go mo gela metse, to draw water for him. GELEBETEGA. To speak in a high key; to speak loudly; to ruar angrily a,nd suddenly. GELELA. To draw wa.ter into. GELELELA. To draw water into a thing for something or somebody. GELOGA. To turn hack without going all the way ; to come back soon. GELOLA. To wipe off with a hand; to scrape off with the band, as perspiration. GrLE. Perf. of ga, to draw water. GrLWE. Perf. pass. of ga. GrwA. Pass. of ga. Go. The sign of the infinitive. Go rata, to love. It is. Go tbata, it is hard. Go kwadilwe, it is written. Go= Kaga. 0 la a bua go kwa o tla nnaii gona, he spake of where he should be. GoA. To cry aloud ; to call out loudly. GoAHELE. The last child a wo man will have, and hence the spoiled one. GoBA. To beat a tree with a stick in order to knock off leaves or fruit; to beat a bush in order to get off its thorns. G6BA. To be bow-legged; to deny a thing about a person which the one who denies it knows is true. GoBAGOBETSA. To urge others on to work ; to be exacting with a servant. GoBALALA. To lie stretched out on the ground. GoBANA. To accuse, or crimin ate each other. GoBEA. To move about excited ly and in all directions, as a crowd, or an army in confu sion. GoBEDI. Twice. Go le gobedi, twice. GiiBELA. Go gobela motho, to deny something about a per son for the person's sake, the denier knowing that he is tell ing a lie. Go gobela kwadi, to help another by denying that of him which the denier knows is true ; to defend one whom one knows to be guilty. GoBELETSA. To exaggerate. GoBERA. To spoil, or ruin; to make a thing worse than it was before ; to spoil, or devas tate, as a swarm of locusts. GoBEREGA. To become changed for the worse, or spoiled ; to be worse for wear ; to suffer a reverse of fortune. GoBETSA. To put back; to keep back. GoBo = Ka gonne. Because. Ekare kgotsa gobo go le ba siami, lest there should be righteous persons. Go bo e le botlhale, because it is wisdom. GOBOLA=Gorola. GoBOLELA=Gorolela. 0 la a ba gobolela matlhO, he fixed his eyes earnestly on them. GoBOLOLA. So speak to in anger, or scorn ; to revile ; to up braid. GoBUA. To pass through water on foot. Goor. Gunpowder (hybrid). GODILE. Perf. of gola. GoniMO. A hove ; high. Godi mo ga, over, above. Kwa godimo, above, to the west, Int. GoorSA. Caus. of gola, to exalt; to rear, or nurture; to adopt, as a child. GoorsrwA. Pass. of godisa. GonUMA. To drink, or sip a hot liquid with a noise. GoE:LA. To shout aloud for.

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Go:ELELA. To shout to, so as to urge on. GoETLA. Autumn. G6GA. To draw; to draw on; to draw in ; to smoke a pipe ; to take snuff; to pull; to lead oxen. GoGAMAGONA= Gogwagona. G6GELA. To draw to, or into; to lead to, or into. Go gogela mo thaelo:ii, to lead into temp tation. GoooBA. To rake together; to gather up small things, as locusts, chips, etc. ; to remove rubbish. G6GOBA. To walk as a very weak person. GoGOBELA=Gogoba. GoGOLA. To carry away, as a flood. GoooLo. Abundant. GOGOLWANE. Somewhat abun dant. GoGOMOGA. To rise, as dough ; to swell out, as a heart from excitement; to become puffed out, or bloated. GoooNA. To draw, or push together, as the sides of a. kaross round a sick person ; to tuck in. GoooRELA. To be full, or satis fied, as a person, or animal after eating a good deal. GoowA. Pass. ofgoga. GoowANA. To shrink up, or become crumpled up, as a wet skin in drying. GoGWANCWE. Perf. pass. of gogwana. Go gogwancwe ke, to be crumpled up by. GoGWANYA. To crimp up, or crumple up; to draw together, as the mouth of a bag, by a string let into it. GoHELE. The last ; the ending; the last state. GoHELE=GoaheJe. GoKAHALA. To commit adultery. Used of a man, or a woman. GOKAGANA. To be fastened together at the ends; to be connected. GoKAGANYA. To fasten together at the ends. GOKAGANYE. Perf. ofgokagana. GOKARA. To hold a thing in the hand before putting it down ; to pull an arrow on the string and hold it before shooting. GoKELA. To thread; to pass a thong through a hole. To fasten ; to make secure by fastening. GoKELECWE. E e gokelecwe:ii mo seiponiii, that which is fastened in the window. GoKELELWA. Go gokelelwa mo thamuii, to be fastened about the neck. GOKERE. Perf. of gokara. GoKGA. To gather pumpkins, etc. GoKGAHALA. To be very old. Used of persons and things. GoKGOLA. To walk or work slowly on account of stoutness. GoLA. To grow; to grow up ; to increase in number. To gather locusts ; to gather up weeds after digging. G6LA. To tire of; to cease to love or like what one has loved or liked before. Diyo dia gola motho, the food formerlr liked is now distasteful to, or disliked by the person. GoLAGANA. To be joined to gether, as by hooking; to make a treaty; to make a treaty with; to covenant. Go golagana nae, to covenant with him. G6LAGANA = Golagana. GOLAGANOLOLA. To disannul, or abrogate a treaty, or coven ant. GoLAGANYA. To conspire to gether. GoLAGANYE. Perf. of golagana. G6LAHALA. To become per manently maimed or deformed. G6LAHETSE. Perf. ofgolahala..

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Go LE. There is. Writtena.lso, gole. Go le go nnye, a. little. Go le go tonna., much. GoLEDIWA. Pass. ofgoletsa.; to be exalted. GoLi:oA. To bind fut; to in span. G6LEGA. From gola.. Motho oa. golega. mo diyoii, the person now dislikes the food he for merly liked. Ba. le ha. mo go ena, they now dtsliked him whom they had previously loved. GoLi:oi:LA. To compel to take; to force upon. To fasten for ; to inspa.u for. GOLEGILWE. PeTf.pass.ofgolega.. 0 golegilwe, he is bound; he is made prisoner. GoLELA. To grow up at. 0 la. a golela. gona., he grew up there. GoLETSA. To lengthen in height; to exalt ; to lift up, BB another person's arm. GoL6=Helo. Golo goiiwe = He!O goiiwe. GoLOcwi:. PeTf. pass. of golola.. G6L6cwi:. Perf. pass. of golola. GoLOKA. To roll into a. ba.ll ; to make into a. ball ; to make a. round thing. GoLOLA. To loose; to unbind; to deliver ; to release ; to out span. G6LOLA. Go giiliila. puii=Go lela.ha.tsa. puii. Go giiliila. letlalii=Go tlhokolotsa. letla.lii. G6LOLELA PUO. To lengthen speech out to. G6LOKEGA. To retch when vomiting. GoLORA. To run hither and thither, as wild cattle. Go golora. le puii, to speak much ; to lengthen out talk. GoLorsi:. Perf. of golola. GoL wA. Pass. of giila.. Oa. golwa. ke diyo, he now dislikes the food which he formerly liked. GoMA. To work beads, etc., into a. pattern; to make ornamental work of brass, etc. Go goma ka. tlh0g0, to assent by nodding the head. Go goma. mara.pii, to be fat. Used of cattle. GoMi:=Leshome. G6MELA. Oa. giimela. go shwa., he is very ill and near death but will most likely recover. GOMILE. 0 gomile go shwa., he was very ill, and near death, but recovered. GoMODICWE. PeTf. pass. of gomotsa.. GoMOLA=Gomotsa.. GOMOTSA. To comfort. GoMOTSANYA. To comfort one another. GoMOTSEGA. To become com forted. GOMPIYENO. To-da.y. GoNA. To draw in, as a. hand, or foot. Ga. gona. sepe, there is nothing. Ga gona ope, there is nobody. G6NA. There; thence. 0 la. a. cwa. giina., he came thence. Ke tla. ea. gona., I will go there. Ba.tho ba.giina., there are people. Ke giina., therefore. Ke giina. ke reii, or ke giina. ka. re, wherefore I say. Ke giina. ba. tla.ii, now they come. Also= Gona.. GoNAliiA. To be discontented, or unhappy. GoNE Really! GoNNE. Because. Ka. gonne, because. Also peTf. of gona.. GoNNYE. Go le gonnye, a. little. Written also, go nnye. GoNOGA. To die. Used of a. person who has long been sick, and an animal very thin through hunger or sickness. GoNOGILE. Perf. of gonoga.. E gonogile=E omeletse; it is wasted away. G6N6Ki:Li:LA=Kiina.telela., Int. GoNOLA. To kill by throttling or choking. GoNori:Li:LA=Konatelela., Int.

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GoNTsE, or Go ntse, It is. Gontse yaii. P How is it P mo go ntseii. yana., thus; in this manner. GoNYA. To hook out; to pick out with a knife; to scrape, or draw out with a stick; to pluck out. Pass. goii.wa. GoNYE. Bee GoNNYE. GoNrl:LA. To peep out and dis appear again. GONYETSA. To draw back after peeping out. Go:&wA. Pass. of goma., and gouya.. Go:&wE. Perhaps. Go goii.we, somewhere. Helii goii.we, a certain place, one pla.ce. Ka. goii.we, at once, at one time, in one case, together, because. Eka.re goii.we, lest. Goii.we hela., just the same. Goii. we le goiiwe whithersoever. GoPA. To remove, or brush up, as rubbish, loose grass, etc. G6PA. To suck out, or draw out matter from an abscess ; to suck up, as cattle drinking a small quantity of water ; to keep silence, and refuse to tell the news. Go PANE. An igua.na.living away ,from water. Part. o and a.. GoP:E, or ka. gope. Never; not at all (used in negative sen tences). Eseii. ka. gope, not at alL GoPISA. To drive away by causing to run very fast. G6P6. A large pit for trapping game. GoPODISA. To cause to think ; to cause to meditate. GoPOLA. To think; to meditate. GoPOLESEGA. To be conceivable ; to be reasonable. GoPOTSA=Gopodisa.. GoPOTSE. Perf. of gopola.. GoRA. To bring near to death ; to scrape a thing with a finger, and then lick the finger. Perf. gorile. GoRE. That; in order that. It is followed by verbs ending in and having altered accents. uore ke bone, that I may see. Gore ke tie ke utlwe, that I may hear. GoREGA, To be near to death ; to be about to die. Go gorega mathe. Used of a person who has talked much, anj is dry mouthed in consequence. G6ROGA. To arrive; to finish a journey. G6ROGELA. To arrive at. G6ROGELWA. 0 la a giiriigelwa ke tsa.la ea gagwe, he was visited by his friend. GoROGETSE. Perf. of giiriigela.. GoROGILE. Perj. of giiriiga. GoROLA. To look earnestly at, or with an intense gaze. GoROLELA. To look earnestly at. Go gorolela. matlbii, to look ear nestly at, to fix the eyes upon. Go&OMELA. To rush out in a crowd ; to gush out in a stream. GoROliELEDITSE. Perf. of goro meletsa.. 0 re se goromele ditse, he has poured it out upon us. Go&oliiELETSA. To make to rush out to ; to cause to gush out into. Go di goromeletsa. mo lesakeii., to make them rush into the kra.a.l. GoROMETSA. To cause to gush out; to cause to rush out. GoROliiETSEGA. To become rushed out; to become gushed out. GoROSA. To cause to arrive ; to bring home, as cattle. GoROTSHA=Gorosa.. GosETSA. To suck marrow out of a bone ; to keep back a part, as of money when grving, or cattle when lending ; to pull in a long rope ; to pull or draw beads together on a string, or anything threaded ; to eat or drink several portions of food or drink.

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GosHA. Lately; anew. GosHEU. White. Go le gosheu, IYr go le go sheu, it was white. GosHOllfA. To totter, as a pole about to fall ; to shake from looseness; to be agitated, as by startling news. GosHUllfETSA. To cast down ; to poor c>wn ; to push down, as a tree, etc. GosHUllfETSEGA. To fall down, as a tree. Gos1. Only. Ke giina gosi, that is all. GoTA. To have criminal inter course. A low word, used as a curse. GOTEDIWA. Pass. of giitetsa. G6TELA. To become hot. G6TELELA. To burn, or strike upon, as the sun's heat. G6TETSA. To make hot ; to cause to be hot. GOTE'l'SE. Perf. of giitela. Tekii e e gotetseii., a burning, or fiery trial. GOTLHA. To rub one thing against another ; to polish by rubbing; to burnish; to file down ; to wear smooth by rub bing. Pass. gotlhiwa, and gotlhwa. Go gotlha tshipi ka lencwe, to file down iron with a stone. GOTLHANYA. To polish, or make smooth two things by rubbing them against each other. Go gotlhanya diatla, to rub the hands together. GOTLHE. All; entirely ; alto gether. GoTLHELA. To file, or rub a thing on. GoTLHETSA. To rub with palm of hand, or sole of foot ; to rub a thing between the hands. GOTLHIWA. Pass. of gotlha. GOTLHOLA. To congh. GOTLHWA. Pass. of gotlha. GOTOLA. Go gotola matlhii, to glare 1 as an angry man. GoTOLELA. Go gotolela matlhii, to glare at; to fix the eyes on in anger. GOTsA. To light a fire ; to make a. fire after a light has been obtained. GoTSICWE. Perf. pass. of gotsa. GOTSITSE. Perf. of gotsa. GOTSIWA. Pass. ofgotsa. GouDA. Gold (hybrid). Gu. Thou. GwAEA. To beckon, or mak signs with the hand ; to pay out, or pull in, a rope. GwAELA. Ke tla gwaela kgole kwa go nna, I will pull the rhiem in towards myself. Ke tla gwaela kgole kwa go ena, I will pay the rhiem out towards him. GWAILA. To look intently. GwAILELA. Go gwailela matlhii, to look intently at. GwALALA. To stretch up on tip toe ; to exalt oneself, as one who takes his own course and refuses to listen to advice or evidence ; to hasten. GwALALELA. To stretch up to, or for. Go gwalalela kwa godimo, to stretch up in order to reach something high. GWALATSA. Go gwalatsa matlb.ii, to fix the eyes stedfastly; to look earnestly. GWANTA. To be wilful; to con duct oneself in a defiant or impudent manner; to walk proudly. GwAsA. To IIMl.ke a noise like that of water falling over stones. GwASISA. Caus. of gwasa. GwATELELA. To pursue a fleeing person eagerly ; to leave others behind in a. pursuit. GWELA. To copulate. Used of a bull. GWELETLHA. To speak about what one does not know or understand. Gwi:LWA. To copulate. Used of a cow.

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GWERETLHA= Gweletlba. GWERISA. To circumcise. A word only found in books. Gwi:TLA. To bleat, as a goat; to bawl, as a child. Gwi:TLHA. To beckon; to make signs with hands, eyes, etc. GWETSA. To swallow ; to bolt, as food; to swallow anything chewed, or that is difficult to swallow. H. HA. If; that; here ; on; plllr ticZe of helo ; to give food to; to give alms. Ha esi, except. Helii ha, this place. HACWA. Pass. of hapa. HADIMA. To run fast, and soon disappear. HAEAIIA=Gaeaga. HAGA. To pour meal, coffee, etc. into boiling water ; to hold back, or keep back, as a person from quarrelling, or a child from a fire. HAGIWA. Pass. of haga.. HAGOLA. To castrate. HAHAMA. To be convulsed, as when the arms are thrown out by one startled, or when water is thrown on one in a faint. HAHAMISA. 00/US, ofhahama. HAHAMOSA= Hahamisa. HAHAREGA. To give oft' particles or fragments, as a piece of iron beaten by a smith; to break oft' into small pieces, as a hard thing beaten with a hammer, etc. HAHETLHA. To toss about, as the wind. HAKA. To extol; to praise ; to commend; to flatter. HAKUHA. To use, or keep a thing beyond the time for which it was lent, and without the lender's permission. HALA. To scrape with a knife; to scratch out with a penknife; to a pot ; to boast over another on account of superior possessions. HALADIWA. Pass. ofha.la.tsa. HALALA. To become scattered ; to spread itself ; to become spread, or scattered abroad. HALATSA. To spread abroad actively; to scatter. Oaus. of halala.. HALE. Yonder. Ka hale, yon der. HALETSE. Perf. ofhala.la.. HALODISA. To cause to escape ; to rescue, or cause to escape ; to see, or hear indistinctly. HALOLA. To escape when hemmed in, or surrounded ; to break through and escape. Go halola. mo, to escape from. HALOLOLA. To rectify ; to set right, as badly done work; to leave one position, in giving evidence, and take up another. HAMOLA. To cut, or chop oft' a shoulder of meat ; to open the eyes wide ; to put, or push the hair back oft' the forehead. HANKA. To walk slowly, with legs far apart. HANYAHANYA. To be weaksighted. A ga. a hanyabanye ? does he not see even a little ? Used of a person with weak eyes. HAOLOGA. To roar, as a lion. HAPA. To bind into a bundle; to wrap round; to wrap. Pass. hapiwa. HAPAANA. Toaltemate; totake turns ; to differ, as stories. HAPAANYA. To cause to alter nate. HAPAANYE. Perf. of hapaanya. Ba hapaanye mo tseleii, they have crossed, or missed each other in the road. HAPAKA. To bind round, or wrap round thoroughly. HAPANA. See HAPAANA. HAPANYA. See HAPAANYA. HAPHA. To chop, or cut into

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pieces lengthwise ; to. walk with turned out toes. HAPHOLA. To strike with the open hand ; to slap. HAPOGA. To turn out of a path ; to go astray; to turn aside. 0 la a hapoga tsela ea gagwe, he turned out of his path. HAPOGELA. To turn back into a path. Ke le ka hapogela mo tseleii e, I turned into this path. Go hapogela kwa go bona, to turn aside to them. HAPOLOLA. To unbind; to un-wrap. HAPOSA. Ca.us. of hapoga. To cause to turn aside. 0 tla gu haposa tsela, he will turn you out of the path. HAPOSICWE. Perf. pass. of ha posa. HAPOSITSE. Perf. of haposa. 0 gu hapositse tsela, he has turned you out of the path. HARA. A father; my father when speaking to him; to bring forth the inferior ears of corn ; to put a child on a lap. HARAHARA. To spread all over; to cover; to surround on all sides ; to go into all parts; to go through and through. HARAHARWA. Pa.ss. ofharahara. HARAHERE. Perf. of harahara. HARAGO. Thy father. HARAGWE. His father; her father. HARALALA. To be in a slanting position ; to be felt across the body, as a pain. HARANA= Rarana. HARANYA=Raranya. HARATLHATLHANYA. To make into a state of confusion ; to put things in a disorderly state; to do work in an untidy man ner ; to talk indirectly, and not in a straightforward man ner. HARE. My father-when speak ing to him. HARECWE. Perf. pass. ofharela. E ha.recwe, it is hindered in the birth. HARELA. To hinder in the birth. HAROLOGANA. To differ from. HAROLOGANYA. To distinguish ; to discern. Go harologanya mo, to distinguish between. llAROLOGANYE. Per f. of harolo. gana. E harologanye mo go e iiwe, it differs from the other. HAROLOGANYETSA. To distinguish for; to explain for. HARWA. Pa.ss. of hara. RATA. To burrow; to scratch a hole, as a dog; to take soil out of a hole. HATALALA. To become stretched wide apart, as the legs ; to stretch out wide apart. HATALATSA. To cause to stretch wide out. HATLHA. To dazzle. HATLHEGA. To become dazzled. Go hatlhega matlhii, to have the eyes dazzled. HATLHOLOLA. To lift up the eyelid in order to take some thing out of the eye. HATLHWA. Pa.ss. ofhatlba. Go hatlhwa ke, to be dazzled by. HATOGA. To be rent asunder ; to be cracked, as a cup, wall, etc.; to be split, as a reed. HATOGANA. To be split asunder lengthwise. HATOGANYA. To cut asunder lengthwise ; to split down the middle. 0 la a di hatoganya dimati, he split them up into planks. HATOLA= Hatoganya. HATSA. To split by cutting; to cut by. splitting ; to overcome difficulties, Int. HE. Setlharo for re. An ex clamation equal to, 0 you there When affixed to the particles it expresses which. Dilo dihe P which things P Pi tee ehe P which horse P Hu. To overcome in talk; to

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convince by argument ; to con vict. P!JT'f, hile. Pass. hiwa.. HECWE. See HEECWE. HEDILE. P!JT'f, ofhela.. HEDISA. Oaus. of hela.. HEECWE. P!JT'f, pass. of heela.. Hi:i:LA. To sweep; to sweep up. Hi:i:LEGA. 'l'o become swept. Hi:i:LWA. Pass. ofheela. HEGELWA. To be out of breath; to pant. Hi:aELWA=Hegelwa.. HEGOHA. To look round quickly or excitedly ; to take hold of a. thing quickly. HEGOLA. To take anything on the point of a. knife, or horn ; to rise up, or rerea.t, as food after a. hasty mea. Hi:Hi:RA. To shake up, so a.s to separate the husks of mea.lies, etc., after stamping. HEHEUTLHA, To toss, or drive a. bout, a.s wind ; to swa.y, or move about, a.s the wind a. candle. HEHO. Ea.sy; light. Go heho gohe P which is easier P HEHOGA. To come, or go quickly. HEHOHA=Hehoha.tsa.. HEHOHALA. To become light ; used of weight. HEHOHATSA, To make light; used of weight. HEKA. To copula.te. Used of a dog or horse. HEKEEDIWA. Pass. ofhekeetsa.. HEKEETSA. To be too strong for ; to prevail against. HEKELA. To give a. la.rger por tion to. HEKWA. To copulate. Used of a. bitch, or mare. Hi:LA. See Hi:i:LA. Ho, you there to vanish; to come to an end ; to perish ; again ; only ; still. Hi:LELWA. Ba. le ba. heieiwa. ke diyo, their food was exhausted. HELE. Go hele=Gohele. HELEKA. Go heleka puo, to speak so a.s to conceal one's meaning. HELO. A pla.ce. Helo ha., this pla.ce. Helo goii.we, a. certain pla.ce, somewhere. Helo hoii., tha.t pla.ce. HEHA. To defend oneself; to a. void blows; to parry. Hi:HA=Hegelwa.. HEHELA. To defend another ; to parry blows aimed a.t an other. HEHELWA. Pass. ofhemela.. HENOGA. To be thrown over. HENOLA. To lift up ; to tilt up ; to lift up a.nd throw over. HENOSA. To lift np in order to look under. HENTSHA. Oaus. of henya.. HENTSE. P!JT'f. of hen)'a.. HENYA. To conquer. HENYETSA. To conquer for. HENWA. Pass. ofhenya.. Hi:PA. To entice; to coa.x with a. view to deceive ; to irritate with a. view to making angry. HEPENYETSA. To annoy in order to pick a. quarrel. Hi:PHA. To bewitch ; to injure by medicine ; to curse, a.s a. woman striking the ground with her apron, a.nd ca.lling for evil upon ; to go among children mdecently exposed, a.nd thus bring evil on them. HEPISA. Oaus. of bepa.. Go hepisa rna.hoko, to entice an other to speak. Go hepisa. ntwa., to incite to war. H FRA, To make a. hedge ; to hedge round. Hi: RA. To bend down, a.s a. finger when counting; to bend, a.s a. leg. HEREKANA. To make a. fa.lse statement ; to be fa.lse ; to be deceitful. HEREKANELA. To be false to. HERESA. To frequent a. place ; to loiter about without an ob ject. HERETLHA, To disturb; to con-

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fuse; to cause a disturbance or insurrection. HERETLHEGA. To be disturbed; to become confused. HERIKGo:&. Kgwedi ea Heri. kgoii, the month of January. HEROGA. Go heroga sebete, to feel sick, or squeamish ; to be about to vomit. HESA. To let a calf out to drink at milking time. HETA. To pass; to pass on; to pass by; to pass away; to sur pass. HETANA. To pass each other. HETAHETANA. To vary in length or height. HETECWE. 0 hetecwe, she has miscarried. HETELA. To spread, as a di sease ; to pass on to. 0 la a hetela kwa go moiiwagwe, he went on to his master. Go he tela pele, or, go hetela kwa pele, to go forward, to pass on in front. HETILE. Perf. of beta. Ka tshipi e e hetileii, on last Sun day. HETISA. To cause to miscarry. Used of a woman. To go be yond. 0 la a hetisa lobaka, he went beyond the time ; to cause to pass by. HETLHA. To rub between the hands; to strike, as a match ; to kindle a light by rubbing two sticks together ; to bore a hole by rubbing an augur be tween the hands. Go hetlha mashi, to rub milk between the hands so as to make it froth. HETLHEGA. To become soft, as flour, or well cooked meat. Hi:TLHWA. Pass. ofhetlha. HETOGA. To become changed; to alter one's mind; to re lent. HETOLA. To change actively; to answer a letter, or something spoken. HEl'OLANA. Go hetolana nabO, to reason with them. HETOLWA. To be changed by another. HETSA. To finish; to complete; to cause to vanish. HETWA. Pass. of beta. HIBIDU. Red. HIDIKA. To roll a thing ; to roll a thing over. HIDIKELA. To roll a thing to. HIDIKOLOCwE. Rolled away. HIDIKOLOGA. To become rolled over. HIDIKOLOLA. To roll away ; to roll back. HIGITLHANYA. To crush; to destroy effectively; to crush in the hand ; to crush under the foot by rubbing. HIHALA. To become dark ; to be darkened ; to become eclipsed. HIKA. See LEHIKA. HILE. Perf. of ha, and hea. HINA. To take anything between the finger and thumb ; to take a pinch of snuff; to pinch. HrsA. To cause to burn. Go hisa ntlo, to burn a house. HISICWE. Perf. pass. of hisa. HISIWA, Pass. ofhisa. HrTLHA. To arrive ; to arrive at, or reach. Go hitlha mo, to arrive at, or in. Go hitlha kwa, to arrive at ; to hide ; to bury. HITLHALANA. To arrive after each other ; to arrive in suc cession. HrTLHEGA. To become hidden. HITLHELA. To overtake ; to come upon ; to meet with, the one having preceded the other. HITLHELWA. To be overtaken. HITLHISA. Oaus. ofhitlha. HITLHOLA. To break the fast in the morning; to eat breakfast. HITLHWA. Pass. ofhitlha. HrwA. Pass. of ha and hea. HoAHOA. To go about in an excited or angry manner.

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HOAHOEGA=Hoahoo.. HocwE. PeTf pass. of holo.. HODILE. Perfofbiila. HoDISA. To cause to heal; to cure. HoHA. To fly. HoHODI. Vryburg. HoHOHA. To be full, as the heart ; to become full, as a rising river. HoHOHISA. To make full. HoHOHOGA=Gogomoga. HoHONYETSA. To whisper to ; to tell a thing secretly to. HOHORA. To brush, or rub ofF, as dust off a person. HoHOREGA=Haharega. HoHORELA. To brush off for, or to ; to help with, or give a little that remains. Used of grain. HOHOTSA. To kill a weak or helpless animal. HoHUHALA=Houhalo.. HoHUHATSA=Houhatsa. HoHUHETSE=Houhetse. HoHUHOLOGA= Houhologa. HoHUHOLOLA=Houholola. HOIHA. A shout of triumph, or joy. HoKA. To blow, as the wind. HoKISA. Oa.us. ofhoka. HoKOLETSA. To diminish for. HoKOTSA. To diminish by tak. ing out ; to lessen; to subtract. HoKOTSFJGILE. E hokotsegile, it is better, as a sickness ; it is diminished. HocwA. Pa,ss. ofboka. HiiKWANA. A kind of shrub. HoLA. To surround ; to encircle; to thresh, sitting round; to thresh with horses or oxen. PeTf. hotse. H 6 LA. To heal, or become healed ; to recover from sick. ness ; to become cool. Perf. hodile. HoLODISA. To cause to mis carry, or abort. Used of ani mals. HoLOGA. To descend. 0 la a hologa lencwe, or o la a hologa mo lencweii., he came down from the mountain. HoLOGELA. Go hologela mo, to go down to. HoLOLELA. To string beads, etc. ; to push, or put one thing through another. HoLOSA. To cause to descend. HOLOTSA. To abort. Used of animals. HoLWA. Pass. ofhola.. HiiHA. To rub with much fat; to lubricate; to prepare an arrow by rubbing poison round the tip. HOHILWE. Perf. pass. of hOma. HoHOLA. To rest from work for a. while. Used only of work. ROliOTSA. Oa.us. of homola. Ho:&. There ; thence ; then; at that time. Mo heloii. hoii., in that place. Hoo=Hoii.. HOPHA. To smite with a hand; to strike with a hand. HOPHOLA. To grope in the dark for a thing whose whereabouts is not known. Go hophola mo sehubeii., to feel or grope in the bosom. HoPHOLESEGA. To become feelable, or searchable. Used of the light at dawn. HOPHOLETSA. To feel for, or grope for in the dark; to search into a difficult matter; to do something at a venture, or on a chance of succeeding; to call a person when not cer tain where be is. HoaA. To tell lies to ; to de ceive by lying; to hoax ; to deceive by promising and not performing. Pa,ss. horwa. HiiRA. To dress, or,curl the hair. HoRi:GA. To be puffed up with pride ; to think a great deal of oneself. HoRILWE. PeTf. pass. ofhora. HoRiiKA. To be of no use, or profit. Dikgomo dia mphoro-

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ka, the oxen are of no use or profit to me. H6ROLA. To smeat" a sick per son with moshwaii, as a doctor. H6a6s:Jl:LA. To run out or in slowly, as sand into a hole, or grain from a sack ; to trickle down, as grain. HOROSETSA.. Oaus. of hiiriisela. To pour grain, etc., out slowly; to squander. RoSA. 'fo miss the aim ; to fail in one's object or purpose. Go liipa ka go hosa., to ask without obtaining. HoTLHA. To strip off leaves or small branches with the ha.nd. HoTSE. Perf. ofhola. HoUHALA. To become blind. HOUHATSA. To make blind. HoUHETSE. Perf. of houbala.. 0 houhetse, he is blind. HOUHOLOGA. To recover sight after being blind. Hou6=Hoii. H UBE. A small bird, scarlet, with black head in winter. HUBELA. To be red. Huomu. Red. Hucw:Jl:LA.. To stir up cooked porridge into which milk has been poured. HUDILE. Perf. of hula. HuouA.. To agitate; to stir up; to trouble. HUDUEGA. To be agitated ; to be troubled. HuouGA.. 'fo remove one's resi dence ; to depart, Go huduga. mo, to depart from. Hunuo:Jl:LA. Go hudugela mo, to remove to a place. HunuGILE. Perf. ofhudnga.. HUDUILE. Perf. of hudua. HuourwA.. Pass. ofhudua. HunULA. To expel; to banish from home, or country; to drive away. Used of a large number. HUDUSA.=Hudutsba.. HuouslllTSA.. To cause to remove one's residence. HUDUTSHA.. Oaus. ofhudula.. HUDUTSHIWA.. Pass. of hudu tsha. HUHANA. To be jea.lous; to be jea.lous of each other. HUHANTSHA.. To make each other jeslous. HUHANYA.. 'fo make jea.lous; to stir up to jealousy or quarrels. HUHANYETSA. To be jealous for. HUHUDISA.. To cause to per spire. HUHULA. To perspire. HUHUMELA. To go under, as under a low tree ; to creep through wire fencing; to go through a low doorway ; to mark an animal by cutting a notch or scallop in the lower part of an ear. HUHUMETSA.. To cause to go under; to put under. HUHUTSA.. To search. HUHUTSE. Perf. of huhula.. HuLA.. To graze ; to pluck fruit ; to fire with a gun and hit; to shoot with a. bow. Go hula mo, to pluck from. HULA.OTSA. To throw to a distance. HULARA. To turn the back; to follow after ; to come next in succession; to look straight ahead ; to return ; to depart. Go hnlara. mo, to retnrn from. HULARELA. To turn away from; to turn the back upon. Ba le ba mo hularela, they turned their backs on him. HuLARON. Bee SEHULARON. HULATSHA. 1-'o hold a thing up side down, as a book. HuLELA. Rel. ofhula.. Go hulela kgitkala, to graze far, etc. HULERE. Perf. of hulara.. HuLWA.. Pass. ofhula. Hmu. To become rich; to strip or peel off bark. HuMANEGA. To become poor. HUIUNEGILE. Perf. ofhuma.nega.,

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HUMANEGISA. To make poor; to cause to become poor. HuMILE. Perf. ofhuma.. HUMOLOTSHEGA. To become very rich ; to be steeped in riches. HUNA. To tie a knot. Huna boyaii, to tie a knot in gras. Huna lecwele, to clench the fist. HUNAGANA. To become tied together. HuNAGANYA. To tie together; to unite by tying. HUNAGANYE. Perf. ofhunagana. HUNAGANYETSA. To bring for. ward false evidence against. 0 la a mo hunaganyetsa ka maaka, he bound him round by false evidence. HUNELA. To tie two strings together. HUNOLOGA. To become untied. HUNOLOLA. To untie; to nu fasten ; to unloose. HUPA. To drink a little; to take a mouthful of liquid ; to suck in ; to absorb. Go hupa moea, to become suffocated. HuPARELA. To clasp; to close one's hand on something; to hold fast to old customs. HUPEDICWE. 0 la a hupedicwe ka. go sia.na, he was out of breath by racing. HUPEDIWA. Pass. of hupetsa. Ke hupediwa ke, I am smothered by ; I am sulfo cated by. HuPELA. To be smothered ; to be suffocated ; to be choked; to be stifled. HUPETSA. To smother; to suf. focate; to choke ; to stifle; HUPOLOGA. 'l'o recover breath; to take breath ; to rest. HUPOLOLA. To give a. breathing time. HuPOROLA. To unclose one's clenched hand ; to let go some thing from a clenched hand. Hmu.. To chew hard snbstances, as berries, etc. ; to eat mealies, as a horse. HuRANYA. Gohuranyameno, to gnash the teeth. HuSA. To be about to dry up, as a milch cow ; to begin to forsake a. calf. HuSETSA. To drive away, as a cow her calf when weaning it. HuTA. To eat fast. Used of soft food. HUTAGANA. To become bowed, or bent down. HUTAGANCWE. Perf. pass. of hutagana. Ke hutagancwe ke pobolo, I am bent down, or cramped up by sickness. HUTAGANYA. To bend down actively ; to cause to bend down, or bow down. HUTEGA. To ga.therinto a heap; to become heaJled up. HuTLHA. To thin by plucking out or oft'. HUTSA. To curse .a person by calling for evil to come upon him. Perf. hutsitse ; Pass. hutsiwa. HUTSAHALA. To grieve ; to SOr row ; to mourn. HuTSAHALELA. To grieve for. HUTSAHATSA. Oaus. of hutsa hala. HUTSAHETSE. Perf. ofhntsa.hala, HUTSANYA. To curse each other. HUTsE. A hat (hybrid). HUTSICWE. Perf. pass. of hutsa. Go hutsicwe ke, to be cursed by. HUTSITSE. Perf. ofhutsa. HUTSIWA. Pass. ofhntsa. HwiBIDU. Red. I. IBA. To float, or sail with nn banded wings, as a hawk ; to steal, Int. Go iba ditsebe, to sit witl1 the head bent, and in a listening attitude and with

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out speaking ; to listen patient ly, only answering after reflection ; to refuse to listen when spoken to, and pass on without answering. !CHAIA. To be naked; to be ex posed ; to be destitute ; to have nothing. lcHEJLOLA. To cut off all one's hair ; to make oneself bald. lcHOKA. To restrain oneself ; to make oneself patient; to en dure; to make an effort ; to persevere. lcHOKAliiiSA. To make oneself crooked. IcHOKELA. To bear with ; to endure. Go ichokela bokhu tloii, to endure to the end. ICHQLOHELA. To hope in one self. ICHOPARA. To fold one's cloak across the chest by folding one's arms in it. lcHOPHELELA. To climb up spi rally, as a snake, or creeping plant ; to go up spirally ; to twine oneself in and out, as a creeping plant when climbing. ICHOPODIAGANYA. To be intri cate, as a winding road ; to be involved, as a muddled up speaker. ICHUBA. To hide oneself. From shuba. !CHUBACHUBA. To have a habit of hiding oneself. IcHUBELELA. To force oneself in ; to intrude oneself upon. ICHUKELA. 'ro press oneself into with difficulty, as into a narrow space, or a crowd. IcHuKuNYETsA = Ichnkela. IcHUNUKA. To change one's position, as a sick person ; to move about from side to side, as a restive horse when tied up ; t{) sway oneself from side to side, as a person in deep grief. ICHUPA. To bear witness to one self. lcHUPETSA. To show oneself to. ICHUSHUTSA. To move about restlessly, as a fastened ani mal. lcHUTLHA. To rub oneself when itching ; to rub something off oneself. IcHWALALELA. Reft. of shwala lela. ICHWALELELA. Refl. of shwale lela. ICHWARALANA. To forgive each other. IcHWARECWE. Perf. pass. of ichwarela. Dibe tsa gago di ichwarecwe, your sins are for given. IcHWARELA. To forgive. ICHWARELANA. To forgive each other. !CHWARELWA. To be forgiven. lcHWARETSE. Perf. of ichwarela. IcHWELA. To die to oneself. ICHWENYA. To tease oneself. IcoKA. To swish, or swing a tail about, as a horse. IcoKETSA. To turn a corner; to tnrn out of sight, as at a bend in a road, or behind a tree. Tsela ea icoketsa, the road makes a bend. lcoKODIA. To go round about; to go by a circuitous path. I cOMA. To go round about from place to place, as one visiting in a town, or seeking lost cattle. IcuBULA. To turn away the ears ; to turn away the head. IcuKULA. 'ro gargle; to wash out one's mouth. IcuKUNYA=Icukula. ICULE. Perf. oficwa. IcwA. To confess; to make a clean breast of it; to condemn oneself by one's own confes sion. Perf. itule and icule. !DIBADITSE. Perf. of idibatsa. IDIBADIWA. Pass. ofidibatsa. IDIBALA. To faint; to have a fit.

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lDIBATSA. To cause to faint. !DIBETSE. Perf. of idibala. E idibetse hela. Used of an animal dying, but not quite dead. lDIBOLOGA. To recover from a faint, or a fit. ImcwE. Perf. of idiwa. !DILE. Perf. of ila. lDilllOLA=Edimola. IDITSE. Perf. ofitsa. lDIWA. Pass. ofitsa. !KADISA. To make oneself trou blesome, or obnoxious. lKAEA. To think oneself; to regard oneself as being. 0 la a ikaea a sa itse sepe, he re garded himself as one who knew nothing. lKAEGA. To lean oneself back against; to rest upon, or against; to recover from sick ness, and be able to sit up a little. Go ikaega mo, to rest upon. lKAELi:LA. To intend ; to pur pose ; to determine ; to re solve ; to will. lKAELETSE. Perf. of ikaelela. !KAGA. To build oneself up. !KAKABATSA. To mislead, or confuse oneself ; to ea use one self to doubt. lKAKGA. To leave a place, or people, and go far away. IKALELA. To spread out for oneself. lKALOSA. To become clean after menstruation. !KAlllA. To live together on friendly terms; to be confede rate ; to have to do with ; to be parallel with. !KAMILE. Perf. of ikama. Ba le ba ik.tmile lewatle, they were by the sea. E e ikamile:ii lehatshe, that which is parallel with the land. lKAlllAGANYA LE. To be on friendly terms with ; to be friendly with. IKAMISA. 'fo ea 1s! oneself to touch ; to concern oneself about. IKANA. To swear; to take an oath; to make a vow; to de termine with oneself. lKANAlllOLOLA. To raise oneself up from lying on the back. lKANELA. To take an oath against ; to swear to. lKANISA. To cause to swear; to adjure. lKANNE. Perf. of ikana. lKANO. An oath; a vow. Pl. maikano. lKANTSE. Perf. ofikanya. IKANTSHA. To cause to trust. lKANYA. To trust ; to trust in; to confide in ; to suck oneself, as a cow sometimes does. lKANYOLOGA. To cease to trust ; to mistrust ; to distrust. IKANW A. To be faithful ; to be trusted. lKAPAEA. To drink something hot, so as to induce perspira tion; to foment oneself with hot water. IKAPESA. To clothe oneself; to dress oneself. IKAPOLA. To undress oneself. IKARA. To cause oneself to bleed freely ; to lance oneself so that matter may come out freely. lKARABELA. To answer for one self. IKARABELO. An answer; an answering for oneself. !K:ARAMETSA. To sit to be doc tored. !KATEGA. Properly covered about the private parts. 0 sa ikatega, he is not properly covered about the private parts ; he is indecently exposed. IKATISA. To subdue oneself; to, conquer one's tendencies. lKEHA. To abstain from doing ; to avoid; to give up doing. lKELA. To withdraw oneself. Go ikela kwa, to cause oneself to go to. u

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lKELAMELA. To refuse to give testimony which might preju dice oneself. IKELF.DISA. To allow oneself to float in running water; to go down with a st.ream. IKEMISETSA. To withstand; to set oneself against. IKEPA. To separate oneself with an evil motive or purpose; to separate oneself from God; to be ungodly. IKEOLA. To go aside from others; to keep oneself aloof. lKETLA. To be at ease; to be free from care; to pause. Go iketla mo tlhabanoii, to rest from war. Iketla ke bue allow me to speak! wait while I speak! IKETLECO. A preparation ; a readiness. lKETLEDITSE. Perf. ojiketletaa. Ke iketleditse go ea, I htve prepared to go, I am ready to go. IK!!:TLEDIWA. Pass. of iketletsa. IKWI'LELETSA. To prepare one self for. IKETLETSA. To prepare for one self; tu prepare one's food for a journey. IKETLISA. To cause to be at ease. IKGABALATA. To draw oneself up arch-shaped; to haul up with an arched back. IKGAGAMATSA. To stretch one self. IKGAKGAMADIS.L To cause one self to wonder; to pretend to wonder. IKGAGOLA. Go ikgagola diaparo, to tear one's clothes. lKGAKISA. 'l'o pretend not to know a person whom one knows well. Goikgakisa batbo, to go among people disguised. IKGAKOLOLA. To remind one self. lKGANTSHA. To vaunt or exalt oneself ; to cause oneself to refuse ; to oppose oneself. lKGAOGANA. To separate one self; to separate mutually. lKGAOGANTSE. Perj. of ikgao ganya. lKGAOGANYA. To separate oneself from others. lKGAOGANYE. Perj. ojikgaogana. JKGAPA=Ikgapba. IKGAPELETSA. Go ikgapeletsa tihii, to do the sa,me thing over and over again. lKGAPHA. To be temperate; to restrain oneself. lKGARA. To coil oneself up, as a snake ; to go in a winding course; to meander, as a river. lKGARAGANYA. To coil oneself up, as a dog. IKGASAKANYA. To make an im-patient gesture and drive away. IKGATA. To sink in water. IKGATLHA. To please oneself. IKGELOLA. To wipe perspiration off oneself with a hand. lKGERE. Perj. ojikgara. IKGOBA. 'ro be personally humble. IKGOBALATSA. To humble one self; to be hopelessly stub born ; to cast oneself down in stubbornness. lKGODISA. To exalt oneself. IKGOGONA. To withdraw one self; to shrink back; to shun; to avoid; to shrink away from. lKGOGOMOSA. To raise oneself up in pride ; to puff oneself up. IKGOHA. To put away from one, as a dog with a stick, or a person with the hand. !KGOKGOLELA. To labour for; to toil for ; to gain for oneself by toil. =I papalela. lKGOLETU. Go ikgoletsa leciigii, to lift up one's own arm. IKGOLOKA. To form oneselfinto a ball. Molelii oa ikgoloka, the fire rolls itself along, as of reeds or tall grass burning. IKGOLOLA. To release oneself; to unbind oneself.

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!KGOMA. To rub oneself with much fat. !KGONNE. Perf. ofikgona. !KGONliETSA. To draw back, as one who was approaching. Go ikgonyetsa tlhiigii, to show one's head and draw it back, as a tortoise. IKGOPA. To cause oneself to stumble; to be tripped up by something one has put in the way; to vex oneself. IKGORA. To lick oneself, as a dog its wound. !KGORISA. To satisfy oneself ; to satiate oneself. IKGOSHOLA. To leave in a body; to leave with all the things. !KGOTETSA. To warm oneself; to sun oneself. IKGOTLHA. To rub oneself, as an ox against a chain. IKGWELEA. To burden oneself. IKHEHA. To restrain oneself. IKHOHA. To feed oneself by putting corn into the mouth with a hand. IKHUBEGA. To stoop, or bow oneself down. IKHUNA. To lie with legs and arms drawn up; to be visible for a long way, as a straight road, or a railway track. IKHUNELA. To menstruate, Int. IKHURUMETSA. To cover oneself up. IKHUTAGANliA. To draw oneself up when sitting or lying. IKHUTSA. To rest oneself. !KHUTSITSE. Perf. of ikhutsa. IKHWAKHWAELA. To cling to with legs or arms, as a child to its mother. IKINA. To dip oneself. !KINAMOLOLA. To lift oneself up from a stooping posture. IKISA. To cause oneself to go. IKITLECO. See IKETLECO. IKITSA. To forbid oneself. IKITSE. To know oneself. !KOBA. To bow oneself down ; to do homage; to look down on one aide, as when seeking something. IKOBELA. To bow oneself down to. IKOKA. To wait upon oneself in sickness. !KOKELA. Keea goikiikela kwa tshimoii., I am going for my health's sake to the garden. IKOKOBATSA. To press lightly upon, as a pen in writing. IKOKOBETSA. To humble one self. Go ikokobetsa ka seha tlhiigii, to bow one's face to the ground. IKOKOMELA. To stoop to look ; to look down. IKOKOTLELA. To lean oneself upon. IKOKOTLELETSA. To lay up for oneself; to give oneself to accumulating. IKOKOTLETSE. Perf. of ikokiitlela. IKOK WAELA=Ikwakwaela. IKOMOSA. To warm oneself. IKOPA. 'fo slap oneself. Go ikiipa serope, to slap oneself on the thigh. IKOPANYA. Go ikiipanya nae, to join oneself to him. IKOTA. Go ikiita mogatla, to wag the tail, as a dog ; to swish or swing the tail about, as a cat, or tiger. IKOTLA. To sustain oneself. IKOTLELA. To bring up, or feed for oneself. IKOTLELA. To kick or struggle, as a dying animal. IKOTLILE. Per f. of ikotla. IKOTLOLOLA. To stretch oneself back or out; to stretch out the arms, as from weariness. IKUBUELA. Go ikubuela dithole, to throw dust on to oneself. !KUCWA. To go off on the sly; to steal away. IKUDUBATSA. To brush or shake something off oneself. Go i)ru dubatsa dithole, to shake.dust off oneself.

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IKmi:LA.. To call out to, or for oneself. IKUKUNA. To crawl, or creep stealthily. IKUKUNTSHA. To do anything stealthily ; to speak with de ceit. IKUNWISA. To cause oneself to bear fruit. IKUNUSA=Ikuiiwisa. IKUTLA. To withdraw oneself; to lead a solitary life. IKUTLWA. To hear or feel one self. Go ikutlwa Keresete, to hear Christ. IKUTLWELA. To hear for one self. IKWAKWAELA. To brace.oneself up ; to bind oneself round ; .to gird oneself; to put an outer garment round the body; to receive anything into the corner of a kaross, and press it against the side. IKWATLHAEA. To repent; to be sorry; to chastise oneself. IKWA.TLHAELA. To be sorry for; to regret. ILA. To hate ; to abhor ; to abominate; to feel a repug nance to; to regard with super stitious fear or dread. ILANA. To hate each other. ILE. Perf. of ea. ILi:aA. To become repugnant to; to be hateful; to be hated. ILELA. To keep sacred certain days, as after rain or the death of a relative, b!. abstaining from work. Go lleJa kgwedi, to keep sacred the day after the appearance of a new moon. Ilela lofioia, to keep sacred the day after rain has fallen. ILETSA. To turn back, actively; to hinder from proceeding; to frustrate. Go iletsa rure, to forbid altogether, or positively. Fromitsa. ILwA. Plldls. of ila. hrA. Thick. IMAHADIWA. Pass. ofimahatsa. IMAHALA. To become thick. IMAHATSA. To make thick. IMECWE. Perf. of imelwa. Ke imecwe ke boroko, I am over come by sleep. IMELA. To burden; to cumber; to overburden ; to overcome. IMELWA. Pass. ofimela. IMENEKA. To wriggle, as an injured snake ; to turn and twist, as a road, stick, speech, etc. IMENEKANYA=Imeneka. IMENOGANYA. To be changeable; to be capricious. IMENOLA. To turn oneself back. IMOLA=Imolola. IMOLOLA. To unburden; to relieve from a burden. INA. To dip ; to dip in. INAMA. To bow down, bending the back ; to stoop ; to stoop down. INAMALATSA. To stretch oneself on the ground. INAMETSA. Go inametsa pelo, to give oneself courage ; to encourage oneself. INAMOLOGA. To raise oneself from a stooping postute. INANOLA. To raise oneself up, as in sickness, or when about to leap; to go without being sent, or without authority. INATETSHA. To please oneself. INEELA. To give oneself for, or to. From naea. INEELELA. Go ineelela mo koloifi, to give oneself to go with a waggon. INi:aA. Go inega tlhogo, to bow the head. Go inega tsebe, to incline the ear ; to listen. INELA. To put, or dip into water ; to soak for, or dip for ; from ina. See also ineela. INENEKE'rSA. To take it easy; to rest a bit. INKA. Ink (hybrid). INKGAKISA. Oa inkga.kisa, he refuses to recognise me ; he

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feigns to have forgotten me. From gaka. INOGA. 'l'o be taken out of water. INOLA. To take out, as a thing under water. lNOLAHATSA=lnolohatsa. INOLOHATSA. To make oneself humble ; to humble oneself. !NoSA. To give oneself to drink. INTATOLA. To deny oneself. INTSHA. To take oneself out. INTSIHALA. See NTSIHALA. !NYACO. A despising of oneself. INYATSA. To despise oneself. INYELETSA. To dive; to swim under water. IN ALA. To journey far; to delay, or tarry a long time. I:NANTLA. To tie one's girdle fast. I:NAPOROLA. To unfasten oneself, as from a thorn. I:NoDISA. 'l'o humble oneself; to fawn; to act the part of a sycophant; to make oneself miserable. I:NoTLA. To make oneself small; to humble oneself. l:NoTLILE. Perf. ojiii.otla. INWAEA. To scratch oneself; to rub oneself, as a horse against a tree. IPAAKANTSE. Perj. ojipaakanya. lPAAKANYA. To make oneself ready. lPAANYA=lpaakanya. lPAEA. To feign to be; to pre tend to be ; to put, or place oneself. 0 la a ipa.ea boga.le, he pretended to be angry. IPAPALELA. To earn or gain for oneself; to get gain for oneself. lPAPATHA. To pass near, as to a hill orriver. Batla.ipapatha le noka., they will pass along close to, or alongside of the river. IPATA. To make excuse; to excuse oneself. To strike one self. From bata. lPATLELA. To seek for oneself. lPEELETSA. To pla.ce something on one's shoulder, as a cushion under a burden. !PEEN. Pla.ce, or take upon :yourselves. lPEGA. To be proud, and de spise others. lPEISA. To place, or set on one side for oneself. Go ipeisa. go ya, to put aside eating. lPELA. To rejoice; to be glad. lPELAHACO. A glorifying of oneself. lPELAHATSA. To glorify oneself. lPELELA. To rejoice for, or be glad of, as children welcoming a returning parent. l,PELEPETLA. To be very trouble some; to behave very unrea sonably. 0 ipelepel;la. = 0 bobeto. lPELESA. To burden oneself. lPEOLA. To shave oneself ; to cut one's beard. 0 la a ipeola. tlhogo, he shaved his head. lPEOTSE. Perj. ofipeola. I PET A. To hang oneself; to kill oneself by hanging. lPETLEKA. To sit with legs stretched apart. IPHAKAt To praise, or commend oneself. IPHALA. To scrape oneself. lphala ditlhoii., to become shameless. 0 iphadile ditlhoii, he is shameless. lPHANTLISA. To canse oneself to be spread abroad over a wide space. lPHAPA. To bind, or wrap one self round. Go iphapa sehuba, to wrap oneself round the chest. lPHAPAANYA. To forbear; to bear patiently. Go iphapaanya le, to bear patiently with; to keep at a distance from and avoid. lPHAPHA. To stand, or place oneself side by side with an. other; to stand in a row, as soldiers or runners ; to be in a row, as fingers. Go ipbapha.

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mo bathuii, to separate oneself from people. IPHARA. To sit with folded legs; to lie across each other, as folded legs, rocks, etc. ; to branch out, as corn stalks; to stay, and notreturn, when sent with a message. IPHATLOLA. Go ipbatlola tlbOgii, to trouble oneself, or one's mind by much speaking. IPHEMELA. To defend oneself. IPHERA. To sit with bent letrs. IPHETLHA. To covet i to desire to have ; to desire to provoke a quarrel. 0 la a iphetlha ka bona, he desired to provoke a quarrel by means of them. .Q la a iphetlha ka dilii tsa bona, he coveted their things. IPHETOLA. To change oneself ; to prepare to be. IPHIMOLA. To wipe off oneself. Go iphimola dikeledi, to wipe off one's own tears. IPHITLHA. To hide oneself. IPHITLHELA. To hide oneself from. IPHOKAPHOKISA. To go out into -the fresh air, as a sick man. IPHOKISA. Go iphokisa phebii, to cool oneself in a wind when in a perspiration. lPHORA. To deceive oneself. lPHORA. To dress one's hair. IPHOROLA. To smear, or wash one's hands or face with milk, so as to remove dirt. IPHOTLHA. To smear one's face with fat, so as to make it shine. l PHU MISETSA = lthelesetsa. IPHUTHELA. To gather to, or for oneself. IPIDIKANYA. To roll, or turn oneself over ; to roll over and over, as a horse. IPIPA. To cover oneself; to hide one's nakedness. Go ipipa matlhii, to cover one's eyes. IPIPOLOLA. To uncover oneself. IPITLA. To rub on!l's eye. lPOBOLA. To confess ; to ac knowledge. IPODISA. To corrupt oneself. IP6HA. To bind oneself up; to menstruate. IP6HELA. To bind oneself up for ; to bind for oneself. IPOKA. 'l'o fan oneself; to fan off flies by swishing the tail about. Ipoka dintsi, to flap flies off oneself. IPOKALA.TSA. To assume a sleepy aspect, or posture. IPOLAISA. Go ipolaisa tlala, to kill oneself with hunger. IPOLELA. To tell of oneself ; to acknowledge; to confess. IP6NA. To see oneself. IP6NATSA. To make oneself visible ; to show oneself ; to reveal oneself; to appear. IPONTSHA. To make oneself visible to ; to show oneself to. Go ipontsha kgosi, to show oneself to the chief. IPOPA. To form oneself. IPOPAGANYA. To gather oneself up into a small compass. IPOPEGISA. To conform oneself. IPOPOTHA. To shake something off one's hand. IPOSA. See IPUSA. IPOSETSA. See IPUSETSA.. IP6TLA. To doze ; to keep quite still, as if asleep. IPOTLILE. PeTj. of ipiitla. IPUDULATSA. Go ipudulatsa matlhii, to shut one's eyes. IPUDULOSA. To swell oneself out; to puff oneself up. IPUSA. To turn oneself back. lPUSETSA. To turn oneself back to. IPUSHOLOSETSA.. To avenge oneself. lax. Go iri yaiiP=Go diha yaiiP lsA. To l'ause to go ; to take. !sAGO. Next year. ISEDIWA. Pass. ofisetsa. lSETSA. To cause to go to ; to take to ; to treat a female in decently.

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IsrTsE. Perf. of isa.. IsrwA. Pass. ofisa.. lTACWA. To lick oneself. lTAKAILA. To lick oneself. lTALETSA=ltha.pametsa.. 0 la. a. ita.letsa. mahoko, he meddled in a. matter that did not concern him, or that he knew nothing a. bout. lTAliiATSA. To accustom one self. lTAPOLOSA. To rest oneself; to cause oneself to rest. ITA TA. To confess ; to relate. lTATELELA. Go ita.telela. kwa. morago, to go back on one's own spoor, a.s when looking for something lost in a. path. lTATLHA. To cast oneself away. lTATOHOLOLA. To justify one self. l'i'ATOLA. To deny a. fault, etc., of, or about oneself; to deny, or refuse to acknowledge. 0 la. a. itatola. dilo tse, he denied that he was guilty of these things. lTATSA. To lay oneself down. lTEBA. To look upon oneself; to look to oneself. lTEBALEBELA=lteba.tebela.. lTEBATEBA. To look upon one self ; to search on oneself for something ; to take care of oneself; to seiJILrate oneself. lTEBATEBELA. To be careful of anything ; to seek out, or separate, or choose for oneself. lTEKA. To try oneself. lTEKANELA. To be self-sufli. cient; to be perfect. lTEKANYA LE. To make one self equal with ; to compare oneself with. lTELEGA. To lay oneself down. lTEMA. To be accustomed to ; to be given to do. lTEMOGA. To perceive of one self. lTEliiOLOLA. To separate one self ; to keep oneself aloof from. lTERE. To bring oneself. lTERETSF.. To bring for, or upon oneself. lTESA. To allow oneself. lTESELETSA. To allow oneself. lTETLELA. To reconcile for, or to oneself. lTHABUETSA. To plunge into water; to dive. !THAEA. 'J'o say to oneself. Perf. itheile. lTHAKATLELA. To cry aloud ; to roar, a.s a. large fire. !THALA. To draw a. line, or make a mark across oneself. Itha.la. momeco, to draw a. line across one's throat. lTHALEGA. To menstruate for the first time. lTHAMAKA. To be vain ; to make vain ; to talk much and with no regard to truth. lTHAMAKISA. To ask very many questions. ITHAPAMETSA. To concern one self with other people's business; to take part in a. con ve1sa.tion which does not con cern one ; to act a.s a. busy body. lTHAPOLOLETSA. To unwrap for oneself. lTHATA. To love oneself. lTHATHA1'HA. To babble; to chatter; to tslk much. lTHATHELELA=lchophlilela.. l'fHAUPA. To tell news, etc., without being first questioned. lTHEILE. Per}: of itha.ea.. lTHEKELA. To buy for oneself. lTHELESETSA. To supply oneself with food. lTHEROLOLA. To forsake, or turn from former customs, or ha. bits. lTHETOLOLA. To turn oneself round ; to look back. lTHIBA. To restrain oneself. Go ithiba. mo diyo:ii, to fast. Ba. le ba. ithiba. ditsebe, they stopped their jla.rs. ITHIBO. Self-restraint. lt'HOBUE1'SA = ltha.buetsa..

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ITHOGA. To curse oneself. lTHOKOTSA. To tell the news before being asked to do so; to speak before being spoken to. lTHOLA. Reflec. of rola. ITHOLODISA. Reflec. oftholodisa. lTHOMA. To have a motion; to make water. Used of grownup people. lTHONKGA. To hurt oneself in the estimation of others by one's own conduct. lTHONKGELA. Go ithonkgela dinthO, to lick its sores, as a dog. lTHUHULA. To turn, or jerk away one's head, or face ; to turn away quickly ; to jerk oneself out of the grasp of another. lTHUKHUTHA. To shake oneself, as an animal. lTHULELA. To do smith work for oneself. lTHULELELA. To thatch for one self. lTHUTA. To teach oneself; to learn. ITHWADISA. To cause to con ceive. Always used in con nection with evil. lTHWALA. To conceive; to be come pregnant. Not used of animals. Go ithwa.la. megono, to put the hands at the back of the head as a token of sorrow. lTHWALELA. To bear for oneself. From rwala. lTHWALO. The act of conceiving. lTHWALWA. Pass. ofithwala. lTHWELE. Perf. of ithwa.la.. ITIBOLA. Reflec. of dibola. To bring forth a first-born child. 0 la a itibola ka. ena, he was her first-born. ITIDISA. To hold oneself back, or shrink back, so as to avoid something. lTIGELA. To cast oneself down. ITIHA. To make oneself. !TIHELA. To serve oneself. lTIKETSA= Icoketsa. lTIMA. To deny oneself. lTIMETSA. To see, but take no notice of. Ke le ka. ba. itime tsa, I saw them, but took no notice of them. lTIMISETSA. To earn. lTIMOKANYA. To dissemble; to stop short of telling the whole truth. lTISA. To take care of oneself ; to take heed ; to take care ; to have a friendly conversation or chat. lTII\ISA. To deprive oneself of, as by refusing to buy some thing that is afterwards bought by another. lTISIWA. Pass. of itisa. To be taken care of, or watched, or guarded against. lTITAEA. To strike oneself; to pat oneself. Ititaea sehuba., to pat oneself on the breast. lTITEO. A patting, or striking of oneself. lTLADIKA. To dirty oneself with milk, fat, etc. lTLAMA. To gird oneself. lTLEA. To be lazy in doing any thing. lTLENWE=itlepe. lTLEPE. Wait a bit; pause for a while. Sing. and p!. lTLHABETSA. To lean upon a staff, either with hand, or sto mach, or side. lTLHACWA. To wash oneself; to attempt to vindicate oneself by lies. ITLHAGANEDISA. To cause to hasten. lTLHAGANELA. To hasten ; to make haste. lTLHAPA. To wash oneself. lTLHAPEDISA. To live in luxury ; to be luxurious ; to make one self merry. lTLHOA. To hate oneself; to be reckless ; to be careless of life. lTLHODIA. To trouble oneself. lTLHOMA. To think; to purpose

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to do ; to propose to do; to reckon upon domg. !TLHOMA. To set oneself to do, with a :fixed purpose ; to re solve ; to determine. lTLHOMANE. Ke itlhomane go ntse yalo, I think it is so. lTLHOMISA. OOIUS. ofitlhoma. lTLHOliOLA. To pull oneself out; to take a thorn out of oneself. ITLHONTSHA. Go itlhontsha se ha.tlhOgo, to make oneself of a sad countenance. !TLHOPHA. To select for one self. ITLHOTLHORA. To brush, shake, or cast something off oneself. ITLHWAEA. To be on the watch at to rise early in the mornmg, and do what one pur posed to do; to return a present, being offended with the giver. lTLHWE. A song of returning warriors. lTLOBA. To cast its skin, as a. snake. lTLOTLA. To honour oneself. ITLOTSA. To anoint oneself. ITLWAETSA. To accustom oneself to ; to exercise oneself. ITOBA. To deny an accusation ; to keep one's thoughts secret. Eo o itobsii., he who keeps him self secret. !TOGA. To curse oneself. lToGETSA. To drop in oil, or medicine for oneself. lToKA. To complain; to com plain of. lToKELA. To complain to. lTOKOTSA. To sweeten one's mouth; to correct a. too abun dant flow of saliva. ITOMA. To bite oneself. lTOMOLOGANYA. To separate oneself from for a time. !TOMOLOLA. To separate one self. lToMOLOTSA. To separate one .self. !ToP A. To ask a favour for one self. Kea. itopa. go ea, I ask to go. lTsA. To refuse ; to forbid. P1?!1'f. iditse; Pass. idiwa. hsADISETSA. To reserve for oneself ; to gain for oneself. ITSAMAELA. To go away for oneself; to go on one's way. ITSAMETSA. To lie with the head resting on arm or hand. lTSANKULA. To be excited, or violent. lTSANYA. To know each other. ITSE. To know. P1?!1'f. itsile. lTsEELA. To take to or for oneself. lTSEGE. To become known. lTSEHALA. To become known. ITS EISA. Go itseisa to de-bate in one's own mmd. !LSEKELETSA. To shave, or cut off a strip from the lower part of one's own head all round. !TSEKOLA. Reflec. of sekola. ITSEMELETSA. To be negligent; to be slow, or loth to do anything ; to shrink, or abstain from doing ; to shirk. Ba go itsemeletsa, they shrink from doing it. lTsETLAGANYA. Reflec. of setla ga.nya. !TSETSE. Go itsetse rure, to know assuredly ; to know once for all. ITSETSEPELA. To stand :firm ; to set oneself to stand firm ; to stand :firm and pull, as in holding a wild ox with a rhiem. lTSHADISA. To leave for one self. ITsHASA. To smear oneself. ITSHEDILA. To rub oneself with fat ; to stretch out the arms from weariness. lTSHEGAKA. To cut oneself very much. bsHEKA. To become pure, or clear, or clean. ITSHEKA. Go itsbeka sega.no, to

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shade the eyes with a band so as to see dista.nt objects bet ter. ITSHEKELETSA. To shave ofF the hair from the lower pa.rt of one's own head. ITsHEKILE. Perf. ofitsbeka.. 0 itshekile dikeledi, he has shed tears. From seka.. Leha.tshe le itshekile ntsa.na, the coun try is peaceable and safe. ITSHEKISA. Qaus. ofitsheka.. hSHEKO. A cleansing; a puri fying. ITSHEKOLOGA. To become un clean. ITSHEKOLOGO. Uncleanness; pollution. Moea. oa. itsheko logo, an unclean spirit. ITSHEKOLOLA. To pollute; to make unclean. ITsHEMA. To appear of itself, and without a known cause, as a boil, etc. ; to cry without cause, as a naughty child ; to pretend, or feign, Int. ITSHEMELELA. To make ready ; to prepare things for starting ; to gather up one's garments, as in crossing a stream ; to put on a sword, etc. ITSHEJIIILE. Perf. ofitshema. ITsHENKELA. To choose for one self. ITSHENKETSE. Perj. of itshe nkela. lTSHEPA. To become pure, or clear, or clean. ITSHEPISA. To make pure, or clear, or clean. ITSHEPOLOLA. To defile ; to profane. ITSHIRA. To shade oneself. ITSHIRETSA. To shade oneself from. ITSHITISA. To cause oneself to become cold. From sita. ITSIBA. Go itsiba. ditsebe, to disregard warnings; to venture into danger though warned. ITsiELA. To reserve for one self. ITSIETsA. To deceive oneself. ITSILE. Perf. ofitse. ITSisE. To cause to know. ITSISICWE. Perf. 'flasS. of itse. ITsrsrwE. Go its1siwe ke, to be caused to know by. ITSIWE. Pass. of itse. huKULA. To pick one's teeth. ITULE. Perf. oficwa. ITULELA. To sit down for one self, as a lazy person when work is being done, or as people in a time of peace. ITUMEDISA. To cause to re joice. ITUMELA. To rejoice. ITUMELELA. To rejoice for, or over ; to be thankful for ; to thank another for. ITUMELETSE. Perf. of itume lela. ITUMISA. To make oneself a name. ITUMISHO. Self-glorification. ITuMOLOGA. To cease to rejoice; to be sorry. ITWELA. To fight one's own battles; to defend oneself. From lwa.. lW A. Pass. of ea. I YA. To eat oneself; an excla mation; why what IYALA. To sow oneself. IYESA. To feed oneself. K. KA. At ; with ; as ; when ; _bL means of ,;_to be able; can. KABA. 'l'o plug up ; to stop a hole ; to carry on the back be hind the neck ; to carry across the shoulders ; a fan made of a fox's tail or an ox's tail; the flower on a mealie stalk or grass. KABAKANA. Go ka.baka.na. ka moshwaii., to make a treaty by throwing at, or rubbing each other with the contents of a slaughtered animal's stomach.

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KABAKANYA, To conjecture; to be suspicious. KABAKANYO. Conjecturing ; sus picion. KABAKAYEWE. A kind of small ground bird. KABALA. To become closed up, or plugged up. KABALANO. Fellowship. KABAMA. To go by a short route ; to make a short cut across the country. KABAMELA. Go kabamela tsela, to make a short cut across, and enter the path again. KABEDIWA. Pa,ss. of kabetsa. KABEGA. To become closed up; to become placed across the shoulders. From kaba. KABELA. To dibble in grain when sowing. KABELO. A P<>rtion; a part. KABE1'LA. A fragment of a broken thing. KABE'rLANA. A small piece of a broken thing. KABE1"SA. To milk a second time ; to drain a cow after its calf has sucked; to milk out the last drop. KABE1"SE. Perf. ofkabala. Ba kabetse ditsebe, their ears are stopped, they are dull of hear ing. KABISA. Caus. of kaba. KABO or KA BO. Ke kabo ke while yalo, had I done so ; nkabo ke utlwile, had I heard. KABO. Apart; aportion. From aba. KABocw:E. Perf. pa.ss. ofkabola. KABOGA. To fall out, or off, as a piece of a broken pitcher; to become notched, as a. dish or knife. KABOLA. To break off a. piece, a.s a mason a. stone. KABOLOGA. To be open; to be uncorked ; to be opened. KABOLOLA. To open ; to un. cork; to unplug. KA BONAKO. Quickly; swiftly. KA BONOLO. Softly; gently. KA BONYA. Slowly. KA BOMo. Purposely ; on pur pose. KAco. Alms. Pt dikaco. KACOLOLA. To stretch out a piece of wet skin. KADILE. Lehatshe le kadile, the country is impassable. KAE ? Where P whither P how many P 0 kae? where is he P Batho ba kae P how many people are there P KAEA. To describe; to point out; to distinguish ; to men tion ; to count as ; to regard as; to esteem as ; to know as ; to mean ; to aim with a. gun. Ba mo kaea ha e le kgosi, they regarded him, or counted him as a chief. Also=katloa. KAEcwE. Perf. pass. ofkaela. 0 la a ka.ecwe, he was in structed. KAEGA. To become known as, etc. From kaea. KAELA. To instruct ; to guide ; to rurect; to show ; to instruct in regard to ; to direct in ; to aim a.t with a. gun. KAELELA. To talk without effect ; to purpose doing, but be unable to perform ; to com mend without good cause : to speak of a. person better than he deserves. KAELO. Guidance; counsel. KAETSE. Perf. ofkaela. KAGA. Of; concerning ; about. KA GALE. Always. KA GANTSI. Frequently; often. KAGELELO. Edification. KAGISHO. Peace. KAGo. A builrung. KA GO DIHA. By doing. KA GOPE. Never at all. Eseii ka gope, not at all. KAHA. According to ; how. Followed by verbs ending in ii. Kaha ba dihaii ka gona., how they act. Kaha ba yeleii ka gona, how they have eaten.

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KAI;DISA, OOIU8. of kaila. KAILA. To be hemmed in; to be unable to find a path. 0 la. a. kaila. hela. mo tseleii., he was unable to find a. path ; he wa.ndered a.bout hopelessly. KAILE. Perf. ofkaea.. KAITSANE. Surely ; verily; of a. truth. KAIWA. Pass. ofkaea. KAKA. To be engrossed, or hindered, or overcome by work; to be without leisure. Go ka.ka lekoto, to stretch out a. leg sidewa.ys ; to overcome a fema.le for an evil purpose. KAKABALA, To lie with arms and legs stretched out. KAKABALO. Doubt; perplexity; bewilderment; distraction. KAKABOLOGA. To become rent asunder. KAKABOLOLA, To rend asunder; to make to part asunder, as water ; to bend back so as to open, as a book. KAKABOLOSA=Kakabolola. KAKAHALA. To become stub born, or obstinate. KAKGAAKGEGO. Doubtfulness; instability. KAKAJIIALA. To pause in speech through failure of memory. KAKAJIIARA. To support in the arms ; to lift up, carry, or hold a thing in the arms or between both bands. KAUJIIERE. Perf. of kalmmara. KAKAJIIOLOGA. To become rent, or split asunder; to stand aloof from. KAKAliOLOLA. To on one side, as a badly tra.med ox. KAKANYA. To tell news; to relate ; to inform; to declare. KAKANYETSA. To relate to. KAKANYO. A reasoning. From akanya, a relating. From ka,. kanya. KAKANWA. Pass. ofkakanya. KAKAPA. At the present time. KAKARA. To take much, or more than one ha.s permission to take. KAKATLELA. To hold very fast. KAKATLOLOLA. To raise np ; to help a person to rise ; to take hold of in order to lift up. KAKE. Neg.formofca:nnot. A ringhalls snake. KAKEGA. To become overcome, or held by, or hindered by work ; to be very busy. KAKELO. Obedience. KAKEOLOGA. Disobedience. A word found only in books. KAKILE. Perf. ofkaka. Tihii e e mo kakile, this work takes up all his time. KAKILWE. Perf. pass. of kaka. Ke kakilwe ke tiho, I am en grossed by the work ; I am very busy. KAKISA. Oaus. ofkaka. KAKo. A lie. KAKOBA. To keep at a distance through fear; to fear to ap proach ; to turn aside through fear. KAKOHO. Haste. Awordfound only in books. KAKOLOGA. To avoid ; to pass at a distance ; to keep at a distance from. KALA. A confidential servant ; a branch of a tree; to hover over, as a hawk. KALABUA. A seed pod of a thorn tree. KALAHI. A doctoring. KALAHO. A doctoring. KALAKATLEGA. To run about hither a:nd thither; to seek a thing here and there at a dis tance. KALAJIIETSA. To drink quickly ; to swallow a liquid quickly. KALANA. A little branch. KALANYANA. A twig. KALAOTEGA. To go about alone, either from preference or through wandering. KALAPA. To skip, or jump with joy.

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KALEGA. To be tired of look ing. Used of the eyes. Ke kalegile matlhii, I am blind. KALELA. To look upon. Ba mo kalela matlhii, they look earnestly on him. Lehatshe le tla mo kalela, he will be unable to find his way. Used also when any hindrance is met with. KALELWA. Ke kal8lwa ke le hatshe, I am at a loss which way to take. KALO. So great; so much. Go kalo, thus much; so much. Mahumii a a kalo, so great riches. Go le kalo, so much. E e kalo kalo, that which is so great. A milk horn, Int. KAM. A comb (hybrid). KAMA. To perplex ; to hinder from making a choice. Pass. kaii wa. A conical piece of clay with hollowed ends, made to play with by throwing it in to water with a noise like ta.! Go kama moriri, to comb the hair (hybrid). Lo tantse yaka kama, you have hit the mark, or spoken truly. KAMAGANYO. Noun from ama ganya. KAMAKAMA. To fill one's arms full of things; to have one's arms full; to hug. KAMAKAMILE. Perf. ofkamaka ma. KAMEGA. To be at a loss what to do ; to be perplexed. KA MMANETE, verily ; truly; of a truth. KAMOGANO. Noun from amo gana. KAMOGELO. A receiving. From amogela. KAMORE. A chamber ; a room (hybrid). KA MOSH6. To-morrow; in the morning. KAMPA. To embrace with the arms; to spread the arms around. KAMPE'fSA. To drink quickly; to swallow a liquid quickly. KAMUGA. To swell. KANA. To seal; to cement; to stop holes with cement. Pass. kanwa. Perf. kanne. So large, the size being shown ; what! perhaps. Bontsi yo bo kanaii ka dinaledi, a multitude as numerous as the stars. Kana go dihile ya.ii. ? Oh what has happened? 0 kana ka ena, he is about his size ; he is like him. KANAKANA. So very much; so very great. KANAMA. To lie on one's back. Go kanama ka motlhana, to lie on one's back. KANAMO. A spreading. KANAMOLOGA. To rise from lying on one's back ; to fail in keeping one's word. KANANYO. Noun from ananya. KANEGO. Noun from anega. KANKABETSA.. To lay hold of a thing and lift it between both hands with fingers stretched out. KANNE. Perf. ofkana. KANNWE. Perf. pass. ofkana. KANO. Cement; stopping for a hole. K.ANOLOLA. To unstop ; to un seal. KANTSE. Perf. of kanya. E kantse, it no longer leaks. KANTSEGA.. To die suddenly without previous illness. KANYA. To beat, or strike with one hard blow; to kill with one stroke; to overcome with one word; to become tight, as a barrel put into water. Go kanya puii, to restrain speech. KANWA.. Pa-ss. ofkana. KAii=Ka en P By what P KA:NwA. Pa,ss. ofkama. K.Ao. A rhiem used for fasten ing an animal's legs. KAoA. To fasten an animal's legs, as in milking. KAOLOGA. To separate, as a

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crowd, etc. ; to become broken up, a.s clouds ; to beeome nu fastened, 108 a.n animal's legs when tied. KA OMO. Purposely; on pur pose. KAOWA. See KAOA. KAPA. To catch in the hand a thing thrown. KAPEO. Cookery. KAPETLA=Kabetla. Afragment of a broken thing. KAPETLANA. A small piece ; a thin slice, or oakP.. KAPETSA, To drink by throwing water into the mouth. KAPOKWE. Snow; sleet (hy brid). KA&A. A carriage; a gig (hybrid). KARABO. An answer. KARAGANA. To make a clack ing noise, as the hoofs of ani mals when running. KARALALA. To be in a fit with limbs stilf. KARALALO. A fit with limbs stiff; epilepsy. KARETLA. To roar; to growl; to make a rumbling noise. KAROLO. An open, gaping wound. From Arola. KA ROSI. We alone. KASE. Cheese (hybrid). KATA. To kill vermin against the head with thumb nail; to tramp, or tramp down, as loose soil ; to become broken in, or trained. Ga e e se e kate, it is not yet broken in, it is not yet trained. Go kata ka moragii, to step backwards. KATAKA. To tramp much ; to trample on ; to tread down under. foot. KATAKALANA. To tread or trample on each other. KATAKELA. To trample on, 108 a crowd a person on the ground. KATAKILE. Perf. ofka.taka. KATAMELO. An approaching ; a.n approach. KATE. A wild water-melon. KA'l'EGELA. To become filled up, as a. well with mud. KATELA. To fill np a. pool or hollow with earth ; to tread down, or tramp down, as cattle a. furrow. Ke tla se katela. ka mbu, I will throw earth on it, and thus press it down. KATELWA. Pass. ofka.tela.. KATESE'l'SA. To fill up a pool, etc., with earth. Used of cattle. KATHANOLO. Withtruth; with preciseness ; plainly. KA 1'HELELO. Ambiguously; in a roundabout manner; not plainly. KATr. A sleeping place, or hol low of wild animals. KATILE. Perf. of ka.ta.. E katile, it is broken in; it is trained. KATISA. To train, or break in ; to humble; to abase. KATISEGA. To be broken in. KATLA. To stretch a skin, etc., so as to widen it ; to stretch a. thing out sideways. KATLABALO. Breadth. KATLANO. A kissing. KATLHAMO. Width. KATLHAMOLOSHO. Noun frmn a.tlhamolosa.. KA1'LHOLO. A decision; a. judg ment. KATLO. A kiss. KATWA. To tie a. cow's legs together. KATLOKU, Go botsa. ka.tloku, to cross-examine. Gobuakatloku, to cross-examine. KATLOLOLA. To untie a. cow's legs. KATOA=Katloa.. KATOGA. To move back; to re tire to a dista.nce. KATOGANA. To move to a. dis tance from each other. KATOGANYA. 0 tla ka.toga.nya. na.bo, he will separate himself from them. KATOGANYE. Perf. of ka.togana.

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0 la a katoganye nae, he was separated some distance from him ; o la a katoganye nabii, he retired to a distance from them. KATOGELA. To retire to a dis tance from ; to move back from. KATOLOGA. To forget training ; to become as if untrained ; to degenerate. KATOLOGANA. To become es tl"ltnged from each other; to be apart ; to be at a distance from each other. KATOLOGANO. No'Wn ji"Om kato logana. KATOLOLA. Revers. ofkata. To take soil out of a hole. KATOSA. To remove a thing back. KATWA. Pass. ofkata. KAWA. A bag or other recep tacle for bulbs and fruit. KA now. KE. I. Ke giina, there-fore. e go re, that is to say. Ke ena, it is he. Ke hano, I am here. Bolaii ke yo, this is the sleepingplace. KEBA. To be weak, as thickly growing corn, a cow unable to calve well, etc. K:Es:E. A babble. Go cogile kebekebe, there is a confused babble, as of several people talking at the same time. KEBETSA= Kabetsa. KEco. Imitation. KEKELA. To smoulder; to spread, as a sore, or a fire without flame. KEKETSA. To make worse, as a rent, etc. KEKETSEGA. To become worse, a.s a sickness, rent, etc. K:EK:Ers:EGA= Keketsega. KELAMELO. Noun f;om e!a mela. KELAMO. Noun from elama. A lying in after childbirth. K:EL:Es:ELA=Bopelela. KELECO. A desire. KELEDI. A tear from the eye. KELEKA. To examine carefully, either by touch, or by looking into ; to search into with at tention. KELEKETLA. To run out or over continually. KELEKETLO. An overflow; an issue. K:ELEL6. A small stream ; a water furrow. KELERA. To wave to and fro, Int. KELOTLOKO. Attention. KEMA. A patch, or strip cut or shaved off from the forehead to the middle of head. KEMALANO. Noun from ema lana. K:EMELELO. Importunity. KEMPONYEKETLAKAKAE. A dwarf; a pigmy. KENENYANE. A short-horned rhinoceros. KENOGA. To be changeable, or inconstant. KENTA. To innoculate (hybrid). KEKTWA. Pass. of kenta. KEN. A stranger. Strange. Used of animals. KEOLOLA. To take out, or push out sand when digging a hole. K:Er6. A digging. KEPU. A pointed stick for dig ging. KETAPELE. A forerunner; the foremost. diketapele. KETANE. A chain (hybrid). KETEGA. To be blamable, as a man who neglects relations dependent on him. KETEHALA. To become heavy. KETEHATSA. To make heavy. KETEKA. To bruise very severe-ly; to wound by bruising badly. KETEKILWE. Perf. pass. of keteka. 0 ketekilwe, he is much bruised. KETEKWA. Pass. ofketeka. KETELELOPELE. Precedence. A word found only in books.

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KETLA. A fragment of a broken thing. Ga. ha ketla. ba diha ya.lo, they will not do so. KETLECO. A preparation. KETOGA=Kwetoga.. KETOLA=Kwetola. KG A.. To ooze out, as blood from a wound ; to exude. Madi a kga, the blood oozes out. Oa. kga madi, the blood oozes out from him. KGAA.=Aba.. KGABA. To be orna.mented ; to be adorned; to become arrayed; to pierce, a.s a branch ; to thrust at, as in killing with a. spade. Edible fruit of the mogaba. plant. Used of the feelings of a person who has bewitched another. Bola. bo shupa kgaba., the dice reveals the author of the curse. Na mane ea. kgaba mashi, the calf refuses the milk. KGABAGANTSHA. Qaus. of kga baganya. KGA.BAGANYA. To ford a. river; to cross a path. KGABAGARE. Afterwards. KGABALA. The fruit of the Moga.ba. pla.nt. KGABATLOLEGA. To gad about; to be always on the move. KGABELA. To adorn for; to show respect to by adorning, or putting on the best clothes. KGABETLA. To cut meat into la.rge pieces; to break up news, or tell it in disconnected frag ments. KGABETLELA. To chop meat, etc., very fine ; to mince meat. KGABISA. Caus. of kgaba. To adorn; to ornament; to cause to be arrayed. KGA.BISHO. An ornament; a fine garment. K G A B o. A flame ; a small yellowish monkey. KGABUN. Mo kgabuii, in a flame. K
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KaAKGAliiOLOGANA. To be at variance, or strife among each other. KaAKGAliiOLOGANO. Variance; strife. KGAKGAMOLOOANYA. To cause a division among people. KOAKGAMOLOOANYO. Strife; division. KGAKGANA. .A. small kind of tortoise. KoAKGA1'HA. To boil and bubble To stick to ; to adhere to, as dirt to clothes. KoAKOLA. 'l'o put something to cook in a new pot. KoAKOLOGELO. A thought. KGAKOLOLO. Advice; counsel. KoALA. To blaspheme ; to use blasphemous language ; to abuse; to revile ; to slander; to deny. Kea kgala, I deny wbat you say. 'l'o dry up, as a fountain, or river; to cease dripping, as blood=sekgala; a long distance. Ke le ka. mmiina ha kgaleii, I saw him a long way otf; I saw him in the distance and almost out of sight. KOALADUA. .A. large coloured beetle. KGALAOADI. The desert. KGALAKISHO. Provocation. KGALALAPO. Something appearing on the other side of a river, as a tree, a house, etc. KoALALELO. .A. shining; a glare ; glory. KOALALETSA=Galaletsa. KoALE. A large pot for refining. KoALE=Gale. KGALEN. See KoALA. KGALEGA. To become dried up; to become curoed. KoALEHO. Anger; wrath. KOALEMA. To speak angrily; to talk, or scold, as a baboon. KoALEMELA. To speak angrily to; to rebuke; to scold; to scold in inarticulate language. KoALO. Blasphemy; abuse. KGALOLA. Medicine used to make a dog fierce. KGAMA. A hartebeest. KGAMATHA. To become smeared, or bleared, or smudged, as face, or eyes by weeping. KGAMATHALA. 'fo become dirty or smudged. KGAMATHETSE. Perf. of kga matbala. 0 kgamathetse, he is smudged. U kgamathetse yaii! how dirty you are! KGAMATHILE. Perf. ofkgamatha. 0 kgamathile mo matlhoii, his eyes are bleared with weeping. KoAMELO. A milking vessel. KGAMO. .A. milking. KGAMOLOLA. To pull, or tear asunder, as a rotten rag, etc. KOAMPELA= Kganteye. KOAMPO. Perhaps. KGAMPU. Deep, as of a vessel, or a sore from which the matter has escap$ld. KGANA = Natetsa. To cry, as a jackal; perhaps. Go kgana ka Modimo, to rely upon God. KGANATHA=Kgamatha. KGANCHO. Confidence; trust. KGANECWE. Perf. pa.ss. of kganela. 0 kganecwe ke bona, he is stopped by them. 0 kganecwe tsela, he is debarred the way. KGANELA. To stop; to cause to stand ; to restrain; to bridle. KGANELO. Strife; gainsaying ; a stop in punctuation. KGANTELE. Shortly; in a little while; by-and-by. KGANTELE=Kgantele. KGANTEYE= Kgantele. KOANTLAPANE. .A. small kgan. tlape. KOAN1'LAPE. .A. fat, rough lizard, blue under chin. :KGANTSADI. .A. man's sister; a woman's brother. Not used of a sister by a sister, nor of a brother by a brother. KGANTSADIA. Kgantsadia Tau, X

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Tau's sister. KgantsaJia rona, our sister. KGAN'l'SADIAKE. 1\Iv sister. KGANTSADJE. His sister. KGANTSHA. To have confidence in a person ; to trust in ; to rely upon; to think a lot of ; to praise the good qualities of. KGANWE. A kind of cat. KGAN. Strife; a quarrel; a dis puted question; a a debate ; an argument. Go tsaea b;aii., to discuss. KGANYEN. Mo kgaii.yeii., in a strife, etc. KGAocw:E. Perf.pass. ofkgaola. KGAODISA. Caus. ofkgaotsa. KGAODJTSE. Perf. ofkgaotsa. KGAOGA. To be divided; to be broken through. KGAOGANA. To separate D).Utu ally. Go kgaogana le, to sepa rate from. KGAOGAX6. A separation; trife. KCJAOGANWA. Pass. of kgaoga na. KGAOGANY.A. To ca.use to sepa-rate; to divide. KGAOGANYE. Perf. ofkgaogana. KGAOGANYETSA. To for. KGAOLA. To divide; to cut through ; to cut off. KGAOLAKA. To divide completely. KGAOL6. A division; a chapter. KGAOTSA. To become silent. Used chiefly of crying. Kgao tsa! be silent! hold yonr peace! KGAOTSE. Perf. ofkgaola. KGAPA. The bone over and round the eye ; the hollow space where an eye is lost. KGAPETLA. 4 large piece of broken ice ; a large piece of wood chopped off. KGAPETSA. To do a thing often; t.o do a thing again and again; to repeat an act. KGAPHA. 'l'o force back; to re strain from doing; to push out with the hand, as grain from a vessel; to smooth out wet clay with the hand ; to smear a floor with wet dung only. KGAPHAHATSA. To abhor. A word found only in books. KGAPHASELA=Tetesela, to shiver from cold ; to vibrate, as water after being dashed against a rock; to shake, as a trippling horse. KGAPHEA. To shake about and run over, as water while being carried. KGAPHEGA. To become forced back, as waves dashing a11ainst a rock ; to become pushed out, as grain from a vessel. XGAPHEGELA. Metse a kgaphegela mo hikiii., the water is beaten back against the rock ; the water is forced back by the rock. KGAPHEJSA. Caus. of kgaphea. U se ka na kgapheisa metse, don't shake and spill the water. Kgaruelo ea kgapheisa mashi, tbe milking vessel shakes and spills the milk. KGAPHELA. To force, or push out to. Go kgaphela metse, to pour water on, either from a bucket, or by lading and pour ing. KGAPO. Plunder; spoil; things seized. KGAPU. E kgapu, it is hollow, as a sore from which the matter has come out. KGARAC6. Noun from kgaratsa. KGARAKG4TSHA. To drive to and fro. KGARAKGATSIIEGA. To wander hither and thither; to lead a vagabond life. KGARAKGA1'SHIWA. Pass. of kgarakgatsha. KGARAMATSEGA. 'l'o become parted asunder ; to move, or make an opeuing, .ts people sitting together and making room for another to sit between them; to move apatt; to be come broken up, as clouds.

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Kgaramatsegela kwa= Shutela kwa. KGARAliETSA.. To push, or throw a thing along tbe ground; to drive away, as locusts; to re sist. KGARAMETSEGA=Kgaramatsega. KGARA"l'LHA, To run hither and thither, as cattle shut up in a kraal ; to turn from side to side, as a sick person. KoARA"l'SA. 'l'o cause to doubt; to mislead, as a path not known, or a speech KGARATSEGA . 'l'o be in doubt; to heitate as to what to do; to misunder.tand. KGARE. A ring used as a cushion on the hea.d; a crown of por cupine quills. KGAREBANA. Dimin. ojkgarebe. KGAREBE. An unwarried man or wontan. KGARELO. Noun front garela. KGARll'SA. 'l'o sctatch with the nails. KGAlWliO. Nounj1ont gamma. KGATAKO. Noun from gataka. KcaTAliPI. A hole, or hollow from w hi eh soil has been taken; a rubbish hole. KGA"l'HA. 'l'o plough new ground; to break up new soil. KGA'l'IIELA. To be out of breath; to be tired out, Int. KGATHOLELA. 'l'o swallow liquid greedily; to gulp down in drinkir g. KGA"L'HWA. Pass. of kgatha. :Mbu o o kgathwaii., newly ploughed ground. KGA'l'IKANYA. 'l'o brandish, or wave from side to side, as a sword ; to slash, or cut side ways with stick, sword, etc. KGA"l'LA. A sheath; a case for a Secwana needle; the handle of a knife; a yellowish monkey. KGA'L'LANA. A small edible bulb. KGA'l'LHA. To please; to delight; to interest. KGA'l'LHANA. To meet each other. KGATLHANETSA=Kgatlhantsha. KGA"l'LHANO. A meeting; a meeting place. KGA'l'LHANON. Against. A word found only in buoks. KGATLHANTSHA. To meet with. KoAl'LHANYA. 'l'o cause to meet; to draw together; to unite to gether. KoATLHEGA. To be pleaing to; to be pleased with. Go kga. tlhega mo go (ma, to become pleasing to him. KGA'l'LHEGO. A pleasure; a de light. KGA'l'LHIWA. Pass. ofkgatlha. KGA'l'LHOGA. 'l'o be killed sud denly ; to die suddenly. KGA"l'LHOLA. To kill an animal qui
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KGEKGELE. A small lump of flesh on the side of a tongue, not generally eaten. Koi:KGETHA. To cut a carcase down by the backbone, remov ing the leg, ribs, and shoulder. KGELElllSA. To graze the skin, as a bullet, etc. ; to make a superficial wound. KGELEDISICWE. 0 kgeledisicwe mpa, he is grazed on the stomach. KGELEKA. To scratch much, or deeply ; to poke so as to make deep scratches. KGELEKANA. To scratch each other deeply. KGELESHWA. A lump, or swelling in the groin or armpit. KGEliETHA. To smite; to cutoff. KGEliETHW A. Pass. of kgemetha. KGENWE. A wild water melon. Pmt. eo. KGERA. To J:lough before rain falls ; to plough dry, hard land. Perf. kgerile. KGEREGA. 'l'o be always talking, or crying; to be troubled with a ceaseless cough. KGERUGA. To cough much without expectoration. KGi:THA. To pay taxes, or tribute. KGETHELA. To pay tribute .to; to give a present to a chief. Koi:THi:L6. Tax ; tribute. KoETHISA. To tax; to impose tribute. KGETLA. A cockle; a mussel; a cockle shell; a mussel shell; an oyster shell. To pass by at a distance ; to avoid by pass ing ; to break, or cut a twig from a stump, or a sucker ont of the grour;.d; to pull up grass or rushes. KGETLEGA. To be weak, or flimsy, as clothing ; to be weak and inflamed, as chronic sore eyes. KGETLWA. A large, very long. horned rhinoceros. KGETSANA. A little bag. KGETSE. A bag; a sack. KGOA. A kind of tick, found chiefly on the hinder parts of cattle. KGOBA. To upbraid ; to re proach ; to rail at. Pass. kgoywa. To agitate, as water, go kgoba nama ; to chop meat in a mortar with a straight handled axe. The difference in sound in this word can be distinguished by a native, but not written. KGOBAKGOBA= Khobakho ba. KGOBALALA. To be humble; to become tame. KGOBALALO. Humility; humi liation ; tameness. KGOBALATSA. 'J.'o make tame; to humiliate. KGOBATA. A strip of inner bark used as rope. KGollE=Ledibela, lnt. KGOBEA. To move, or run about in au excited manner, as a crowd or an army in confusion. KoonECWE. Perf. Pass. of kgobela; shut up. Ko6ni:GA. To become weary; to languish; to become meek ; to become stirred up. Froru kgoba. KGOBEGILE. Perf. of kgobega. Ke kgobegile marapii, I am weak in my bones. KGOBEILWE=Kgoberegilwe. Ko6ni:LA. To shut up securely, as a house door with bushes and stones. Ko6ni:Li:LA. Go e kgobele!a mo tlufi, to shut it up in a house. Kooni:L6. A hollow at the side of a cow's tail indicating a nearness to calving time. KGOBEBA. 'J.'o stir up ; to agitate. KGOBEBEGA. To be stirred up ; to become agitated. KoonEni:o6. A being stirred up.

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KaonERO. A stirring up. KGOBILE. Perj. ojkgoba. Kaoso. A reproach; railing. KGOBODISA. 'ro drag; to draw. KGOBOGA. To become frayed ; to be rubbed off; to fall olf, as a scab. KGOBOKANA. To crowd to gether. KGOBOKANELA. To crowd to gether to, or at; to press upon. KGOBOKANEl'SE. Perj. of kgo bokanela. KGODOKANYA. To bring to. gether a crowd. KGODOLA. To belch; to rub off, as paint; to pull, or pluck off, as a scab, hair off a skin, etc. ; to trample down, as a large number of people ; to drag bushes along the ground. Used of oxen. KGOBOLOLA. A reproaching. From gobolola. KGOBOTLA. To despise as being of no use ; to speak disparag ingly to ; to hurt the feelings by speaking. KGODOTLANA. To crowd to gether. KGOBOTLANYA. To gather to gether, as stones, etc. ; to gather a crowd together. KGOBOTLETSA. To stone ; to assail with stones at close quarters ; to stone with many stones. KGOCWA. To be vexed; to be offended ; to be tripped up by something on the ground ; to be enticed. Kaomr. Wa.ter from boiled pumpkin, etc. KGODUGOCHWANE. The hollow under a knee ; sometimes used of the hollow under an elbow. KGODUKOMA. Adam's apple. KGODUMO. A rebound, lnt. KGOGE. A hook, as of a stick, etc. ; hooked. KGoGo. Edible root of the cwaicwai, or nkwai plant. KGOGOCHWANE. Roar frost. KGOGODI. Rubbish floating on water ; rubbish left by receding water. KGOGOGA. To snap, as a dog. KGOGOGELA= Kgomogela. KGoGOLA. To remove a stump, etc., from the ground, either by pulling up roots or breaking off. KGOGOLAMOKO. Pula ea kgogo. lamoko, winter rain, rain after harvest. KGOGOMELO. A strait ; a nar row strip of water between two countries ; a channel. KGOGONOKA. A black water fowl; a coat. KGOGOROPO. Curved, as a sickle. KGOGOYA. Adam's apple. KGoHA=Kgoa. The unbeaten out cam removed in winnow ing, and stamped. KGOKA. To put the thongs on sandals. KGOKAHALO. Fornication ; adul tery. KGOKELO. A hinge. KGOKGOA. To gather a number of different things together at the same time. KGOKGOCHO. A corner of a house, inside or outside. KGOKGOILE. Perj. ojkgokgoa. KGOKGOLELA. To labour. A word found only in books. KGOKGOMETSA. To take inde cent liberties with a female. KGOKGOMISA. To drag some thing along the ground. KGOKGONTSHA=Rumola. KGOKGOTHA. To trail on the ground, as a long garment ; to knock, as a. marrow-bone on the hand. KGOKGOTHISA. To cause to trail; to drag a person along the ground. KGOKGWANE. Go ntaea kgo. kgwane, to leak, as a milksack through a badly-fitting plug.

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KGOKGWEELE"fSA. Go kgokgwee letsa kwa, to drive to. KGOKGWEETSA. 'ro cause to stumble; to trip up ; to com pel to go ; to compel to accom pany others; to force along ; to drive along with others. KGOIWWEETSEGA. To stumble, and nearly fall; to be driven. KGOKGWEETSEI.lO. A stumbling. KGOKOLOGA. To fall off a high place ; to fall down ; to descend abruptly. KGOKOLOGELA. Go kgokologela mo, to descend from. Go kgo kologela kwa, to descend to. KGOKOLOSA. Caus. of kgoko loga. KGOKOLOSETSA. Go kgokoloseta kwa tlhatshP., to cause to fall down from a height; to cause to descend. KGOKONYANA. A kind of small bird, destructive to corn. KooKON. A wildebeest.; a gnu. KooLA. To force ; to compel ; to pull out; to pull off, or knock off, as an axe out of a sheath, or an axe head off a handle ; a small bone in an animal's leg, used by children to play with. KGOLAGANELO. A conspiracy. KooLAGANO. A covenant; a treaty. KGOLAGANO=Kgolaganii. KGOLAGANYO. A binding to gether; a conspiracy. KGOLE. A rhiem; a thong. KooLEGELo. Ntlo ea kgolegelii, a prison. KooLEGO. An imprisonment; a. binding. From goli\ga. KooLELA. To compel for ; to compel to. KooLEN. Mo kgoleii., in a. rhiem; in a state of bondage. KooLo. Great. KooLo. }'orce; compulsion. KGOLOEAXARALE. Kgwedi e cwa kgoloeamarale. Used of a full moon just rising. KGOLOGOLO. Old. KGOLOGOLOLO. A deliverance; a release. KGOLOKWANE. A small ball ; a small round thing. KGOLOKWE. A round thing; a ball; a globe. KooLOLEGO. Liberty. KooLOLO. A deliverance ; a release. KGOLOLOGA. To become un bound, or loose, as the rhiem of a pack-ox burden ; to he set free, as a tongue-tied child when relieved. KGOLOLOLA. To unfasten, as the rhiem of a pack-ox bur den; to resolve, or find out a. puzzle, or riddle ; to make straight, or unravel. KooLu. A woman's placenta. KooMA. 1'o rub with much tat ; to smear with much dung. KGOMARELA. 'ro adhere to, as dust, evil, etc. ; to hang on to ; to stick fast to ; to lay llold of, and refuse to let go. Kool\IARELWA. Pass. of kgo marela. KGOMETHA. To do anything imperfectly ; to bungle; to work badly. KooMMA. A mark made on the arm by burning purposely. Chiefly found on young girls. KGOMO. An ox ; a bullock. Kgomo e namagadi, a cow. KGOMOCO. Comfott. Kooli!OGELA. To dart out upon, or jump upon, as a lton ; to snap at, as a dog. Kooli!OLA. To pull, or pluck off a pumpkin, bunch of fruit, etc. KGONA. A joint in a shoulder blade. KooNA. To persuade ; to in duce ; to overcome by persua sion. Perf. kgonne; Pass. kgiinwa. To become tarnished, or rusty ; to corrode ; to be come dirty, or dusty.

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KooNATHA. To do anything with vigour, or determination. KooNA"rHELA. To press hard after. KoiiNKGONYANE. Liquid black gum. KooNNE. Perf. ofkgooa. KGONNWE. Perf. pass. ofkgona. KtwNii. Influence. KGONOCWE. See KGWENECHE. KooNOGEJ,A. To become broken off, as a thorn, or any soft thing. KooNooii. KooNOSEl'SA. To break otf a thoro, or any soft thing, leav ing a part remaining. KoiiNWA. Pass. ofkgona. KGONYAITLHO=Kgonyaitlhwe. KGONYAITLHWE. A kind of carrion bird. KooNWA. Pass. ofkgoma. KoiiNWANA. A young ox with burns just budding. Kooii. A loud cry. From goa. KooPA. To trip up; to stumble against ; to offend ; to vex ; to displease. Pass. kgopiw11.. KooPAMA. To become bent; to become curved ; to become crooked ; to become warped. KoOPAME. Pe1j. of kgopama, bent, etc. KGOPAMISA. To cause to be bent, etc. KooPE. A kind of large yellow locust ; an unmarried person of either sex. KoiiPE=Kgope. KooPEGA. 'l'o become offended ; to be cased to stumble. Ba le ha kgopega mo go ena, they were offended in him. Gore lo se kgopege, that you may not be offenled. KooPHA. To gtther all together, or entirely; to rub a skin or rhiem between the hands in braying ; to tramp in br11.ying ; to hook, or pull down, as the branch of a tree. Go kgopha ntw11., to cause war. KooPHEGA. To be gathered together, or taken out, as ;\11 the things out of a house, or cattle out of a krall. KGOPHO. A small bueh with edible fruit. KooPHOGA. 'l'o be thrown over, or upset. KooPHOLA. To throw over, or upset; to carry away, as a flood ; to snatch away ; to pull suddenly towards. KGOPILWE. Pe1j. pass. ofkgopa. KoOPISA. To offend; to dis please ; to vex ; to ea use to stumble. KooPISHO. A stumbling-block; a cause of stumbling; an offence ; a scandal. KooPISIWA. Pass. ofkgopisa. KGOPIWA. Pass. o.fkgopa. KooPii. A stumbling; an offence. KoiiPii. Crooked. Pelo e kgopo, a crooked heart. Stubborn, per verae. 0 kgopo, be is stubborn, he is froward, he is perverse. KooPODISHii. A remembrance. KooPOGA. To walk quickly ; to journey quickly. Kooi'OLO. A thought. KooPOLOLA. To remove a mis ta.ken impression ; to set right ; to rectify; to straighten, as a bent stick, etc. KooPU. The rootof a reed; the stalk of a pumpkin leaf. KoORA. To become satisfied when eating ; to be filled with. Perf. l1gotshe. Kooa:E:oii. Noun from gorego. KGORELECO. A hindrance. KGORELEDIWA, Pass. of kgoreJetsa. KGORELETSA. To hinder. KnORELETSEGA. To become hin dered. KooRI. A wild turkey ; a bus. tard; a paauw. KooRISA. 'l'o satisfy. KooRISIWA. Pass. ofkgorisa. Koiiaii. A gateway; a passage;

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an entrance ; an opening be tween two bills. To press upon, or push back, as a strong bull a weaker one ; to press upon, or overcome in speech. KGORC>GO. An arrival. KGOROGOBA. An isolated swell ing; a small scarlet bird found in reeds. KGOROKGOTSA. To try and keep a person to his appointment or duty ; to shake up and down, or from side to side, so as to mix. A grain, or tuft of native corn still fast to the husk. KGOROMANA. To press upon each other, as persons from want of room, or things through being badly arranged. KGOROMANYA. To cause things to press upon or ko ock against each other by heaping them up or overcrowding them. KGOROliELETSA. Go kgorome letsa ntlii, to cast out violently; t.o push out. KGOROMETSA. To push forward; to thrust away ; to spurn; to shove; to reject. KGOROMETSANYA. To push, Or jostle each other. KGORONYANA. A little kgiirii. KGOROPANA. To become bent up, or doubled up, as fingers in sickness. KGOROPANYE. Perf. of kgiirii pana. KGOROSANE. A worm living in a grasswoven case ; a grass slang. KGORWA. Pass. ofkgora. KGORWANA. A little kgiirii. KGOSANA. A prince; a chieftain. KGOSETSA. To shut a door by lifting or hooking ; to hook out. KGosHOBA. To be feeble ; to walk feebly ; to go about just after sickness. KGOSHOLA. To carry away, or clear away rubbish and refuse, as a heavy rain or a ftood. KGOSHOMO. Noun from goshiima. KGOSI. A chief; a king. KGOTELO. Noun from gotela. KGOTHA. To pull back forcibly; to restrain. KGOTHELA. To pull back, or drag back; to jerk a plant out of the ground. KGOTHI. The stem or stalk con necting a pumpkin with the tendril. KGOTLA. The enclosure in. which men sit; a place of meeting for chiefs and headmen.=Lekgo tla. KGOTLA. To push a thing oft' with a stick. 0 la a e kgiith ka logofi, he pushed it oft' with a piece of wood. To push into, or poke with the point of a finger ; to dinge in with the point or end of a finger. KGOTLETSA. To wet a finger and point it at in anger, the arm being stretched out ; to stir a fire ; to push the ends of burn ing sticks into a fire. KGOl'LHAGANA. To be close together ; to be crowded to gether ; to touch or press upon each other in a crowd ; to be at loggerheads with each other. KGOTLHAGANYA. To throng ; to press upon. Ke ena eo o kgo tlbaganyafi fiwana le ragwe, it is he who sets father and child at loggerheads. Go kgotlha ganya marudi, to shrug, or draw up the arms and shoul ders. KGOTLHAGANYETSA. Ba le ba. mo kgotlhaganyetsa, they pressed upon him. KGOTLHAKGOTLHA. To be over driven; to be done up. KGOl'LHAN. Mischief. Oadiba kgotlhafi, he makes mischief. KGOTLHO. Brass ; copper.

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KGOTLHOLO. A cough. KGOTLOKGOTSA. 'l'o shake up and down, as a marrow-bone. KooTLOKO. A bull. Koo-rLWANE. An upright pole, or stick, or reed, in the wall of a house. KGOTOBOLWE. A large black carrion bird. KooroouA. A shrub with yellow flowers, found in deserted gar dens. KooTSA. Either ; or ; perhaps. E se re kgotsa, Jest perchance. E se be kgotsa, whether. E tla re kgotsa ke diega, it may be that 1 shall delay. KGOTSH>:. Perj. of kgora. Ke kgotshe, I am full; I am satis fied. Jla kgotshe nama, they are satisfied with meat. KooULA. 'fo go in a drove or crowd, as c;tttle or many people. KoovANA. A little kgiile. KGOYWA. Pass. ofkgiiba. KGWA. To spit; to spit out; to expectorate. Perj. kgwele; pass. kgwiwa. KGWABANA= Kgwebana. KGWABOHAOIWA. Pass. ofkgwabohatsa. KGWABOHALA. To become tame. KGWAIIOHATSA. To make tame. KGWABOTSA. To tread, or trample down, as a crowd. KG wAD 1. Cleverness, Int. Mosadi oa kgwadi, a clever woman. KGWADIRE. A kind of eagle, or vulture. KGWALALO. Noun from gwa lala. KGWALECHWEGA. To take breath. KGWANA. White-backed. Used of a cow. Feminine of nkgwe. KGWANYA=Khwanya. KGWANYAKGWANYA = Khwanya. khwanya. KGWANYAKGWANTSE=Khwanyakhwa.ntse. KowANKGWANYEGA. To neigh. KoWANKGWANYETSA. To neigh. KGWARA. To scrape with a knife ; to strike a match. Kow ARALALA. To become stiff, as a skin that had been wet. KGWARALATSA. To make stiff, or rigid. KowARALETSE. Perf. of kgwa. ralala. KGWARIPA. To scratch, or claw with the nails ; dirty red and white, the colours running into each other. Used of an ox. KGWAR!PANA. Feminine of kgwaripa. KGWABA. To make a noise, as the feet of an approaching per son. KowAsno. Nounfom gwasa. KGWATE. An iguana. Pl. bo kgwate. KGWATHA. To be beaten while lying down; to lie dowu to be beaten. Kow ATHACHO. Encouragement. KGWATHALALA. To be weak; to be submissive ; to lie sick and silent. KG w ATHATSA. To encourage ; to strengthen. KGWATHISA. To beat when lying down ; to scourge. KGWATHISHO. A beating ; a scourging. KGWATHOGA. To break out, as an eruption. KowAT!AT,ALA. To listen to re proof humbly and without answering. Kow ATSE. A kind of root. Pl. bokgwatse. Kowi:RA. Spotted; speckled; black, or red with mixture of white ; red and white about the belly. Used of an ox. Kowi:RANA. Feminine of kgweba. Used of a cow. KowEm. A moon; a month. KGWEECO. A driving. KGWEECWA, Pass. of kgweetsa..

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KGWEEDIWA. Pass. ofkgweetsa. KGWEELETH. 'l'o drive for. KGWEETSA. To drive. Go kgweetSL kgweetsa, to drive a little. KGWELA. To spit upon ; to spit to. KGWELE. A rhiem, Int. KWELEA. To put things into a net for carrying. Dilii tee dia mo kgwelea, these things have a strong hold on him. KGWELEAGANA. To be tongue tied; to become entangled, as a bunch of wool on a bush. KGWELEAGANYA. To entangle. Go kgweleaganya 'puii, to con fuse speech. KGWELEAGANYE. Perf. ofkgwe KGWENECHE. !fonwana oa kgweneche, a thumb; a little finger. KGWEREANA. To be unable to see one's way clear to a course of action. KGWEREANO. .A purposeless speech. KGWEREANYA. To confuse. KGWEREME. A small wihi ani mal, in colour like a wolf. KGWETLHA. To shake, or be shaky, as a door; to be sh>tky, as feeble knees, or one thing under another. KGWETLHISA. To cause to shake; to shake actively, a3 a pole in the ground. KGWILE. Perf. o.fkgwa. KGWISA. To wean a child. KGWIWA. Pass. ofkgwa. KHABUEtA. To fall suddedy, as into an unseen hole. KHAEGA. To be torn up, as a ftimsy thing; to be carved or cut up. KHAEGAN A. To be torn in pieces, as a ftimsy thing. KHAI. Cloth ; ftannel. KHAKHABUEJ,A. 'fo be rash; to act, or speak rahly. KBAKHABUEGA. To become rash. KHAKHABUEGO. Rashness. KRAMOLOGA. To be open, as the planks of a box, sole of a shoe, etc. KHAMOLOGANA. To become separated, as two pla.nks ; to be divided into two parties. KBAMOLOG ANYA. To divide into pi1rties; to cause divisions. KHAMOLOGANO. A division among ftiends; a breach. KHAMOLOLA. To pull open, as a seam, etc. KHANK HU. Intense heat, causing great perspiration. KBAO:o!YA. To pour a little. KHEKBELE. Shallow, as a ford. KHELA. 'l'o search for in earth or ashes; to remove earth, etc.;by a side movement of the hand; to scratch on the sur face, as a fowl. KHELEISA; To turn over earth, etc., in seeking; to search into. KHIBA. .A skin worn in front by women; an apron made of skin. KHrnmu. Red. KHIDIA. To make wakeful; to hinder from sleeping; to haunt. KHIDIEGA. To bP wakeful; to be haunted by the memory of evil deeds. KHIELA. To kill secretly; to assassinate; to murder. KHIKHIA. To run slowly. KHITLA. 'fo root up, as a pig grass ; to dig superficially ; to kick about and be unable to rise, as a weak anima-l. KHOBAKHOB.-1.. 'l'o trot. KHOBAKHOBISA. To cause to trot; to overdrive. KHODI. An 03trich's nest; a. hen's nest. KHOHE. A bird like a pheasant which makes a booming sound. KHONKHABE. A kind of low shoe. A Sekotu word. KHONON. A pillar or cloud of smoke or dast.

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KHUAGANA. Tobecomepuckred up, or shrivelled, as a dry skin. KHUAGANYA. To pucker up in sewing ; to pucker up the skin on forehead, ns in anger. KHUAGANYE. Pe1j. of khnagana. KHUAKANYA. To gather in qu:Ln tities, as by extensive trading; to overcome by talking ; to overspread, as clouds t.he whole sky. KHUANEGO. A disturbance, Int. KHUASO. A wrinkle, lnt. KHUANYA=Khuakanya. KHUBAMA. 'l'o kneel; to be in labour. Used of a woman. KHUIIAME. Perf. ofkhubama. KHUBAMELA. 'l'o kneel to. KHUBEGA. 'fo plant a shield on the gtound so as to resist an attack. KHUIIIDU. Red. KHUIII'l'LA. To do a great work; to work very hard. KHUBU. A navel. KHUIIULOGA. To rise from the knees ; to rise from stooping forw.1rd. KHUCHAMA. To fall down on the knees ; to kneel. Go khu chama ka leiiiile, to kneel on one knee. KHUCHAMISA. Caus. of khu chama. Go khuchamisa ka maiiole, to fall dowu ou the knees. KHUCHWANE=Khutshane. KHUDU. A tortoise. Kaunu:Eao. A bustle; an agitation. KaunuGo. A change of resi dence. KHUDUTHAMAGA. Ba ile khuduthamJga, or ba dutse khudu thamaga, they are having a hole and corner meeting ; they are gone away to have a secret talk. KHUELA. To fill up again and swell, as an opened abscess. KHUELETSA. Go khueletsa kwa, to throw yonder, fou away. KHUETSA. To throw a long way; to carry a long distance,as a gun. KHUHANO. Jealousy. KHUKHELA. To continue to run for a long time; to follow up a track; to chase game ; to pur sue perseveringly; to tra.ck or trail; to remind one of a fault often or continually. KHUKHU. A scavenger beetle; a a large black beetle with horny wings. KHUKHUNA. To pick out, as ripe fruit from among the unripe; to pick sticks for a fire out of the hedge. Kau KHliTHA= Kukuta. KHUKHWANE. A beetle, the generic term for a beetle ; a sm1tll scavenger KHUKHWISA. To make a wry face as if about to cry. KHUMAG.-I.DI. A queen, KHUMANEGO. Poverty. KHUMARELA = Kgomarela. KHUMELA. fibrous part of the pith of an ox's horn; a tapeworm. KHuMISHO. A making rich. KHuMii. Riches. Pl. mnhumii. KHUMOGA. To become pulled up; to become root.ed up. KHUMOKELA. To be closed up, as the opening of an abscess. KHUMOLA. To root out; to pull out; to pull out by the roots; to pull up by the arms. KHUMPOGA. To swell out; to swell up. KHUMPOLOGA. To swell up, as an abscess ; to spring up, or swell out, as a mushroom. KHUMPOLOLA. 'l'o remove, as an ox-hide off mea.t.; to remove meat covered by an ox-hide. KHUNAGANYO. A bond. KHUNELO. A tying. KauNOU. Red. Used of an ox. KHUNWANA. Fem. of khunou. Used of a cow. KHUPA. A man's wife's sister's husband.

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KHURANYO. A gnashing, as of teeth. KHuau. An expression used to denote utter darkness. Lehihi ya re bela ya re khuru, the darkness is intense. KHURUMANYA. To put the food together that is in two dishes ; to put the food of one dish on the top of that in another dish. Kauamd:LA. To pnt a cover or lid on. KHURUl!ETSA. To cover up ; to overshadow. KHURUl!OLA. To uncover. KauamroLoLA. To uncover. KHURUTLA=Kurutla. KHUTI. A hollow; below the horizon. KHUTLA. To finish; to cease; to knock against a thing in space with foot, elbow, etc. KHUTLANA. To knock against each other. KHUTLANYA. To knock one thing against another. KHUTLEL.\. 1'o knock, or strike against ; to conclude at, or with. KHUTLISA. To cause to end; to cause to finis b. KHUTLISIWA. Pass. of khutlisa.. KHUTLO. An end. KHUTLOGA. To be sulky; to be dogged ; to refuse to speak ; to be in a bad temper; to be vexed. KHUTLOGELA. To be sulky with, or to. Ba le ha mo khutlogela hela, they refused to speak to him. Re se khutlogele poco, don't let us refuse to answer the question. KauTLOLA. To project; to stick out; to shrug up the shoulders. KHUTLOLOLA. 1'o enlarge, as a house ; to make more room. KHUTLWA. Pass. of khutla; to be tripped up by a thing in space. (J sed of a thing carried. 0 la a kbutlwa ke moyako, he knocked against the door. Se le sa khutlwa ke lencwe, it knocked against a stone. Se le sa khutlwa, it was struck. KauTsA! Cease KHUTSAHALELO. Mourning. KHUTSAHALO. Grief; sorrow. KHUTSHAHALA. To become short. KHUTSHAHATSA. To make short; to shorten. Used of time. KHUTSANA. An orphan; a fatherless, or motherless child, or both ; one who has grief ; one of low degree ; a little hollow. KHUTSANYO. A cursing of each other. KHUTSHANE. Short. KHUYANE. A swelled, or unhealed navel of an infant; a complaint of the bowels sup posed to be caused by a sore navel. KHWAAN. Khwaan ea letsae, the white of an egg. KHWANYA. To run gently; to trot ; to knock, tap, or rap once. KHWANYAKHWANTSE. Perf. of khwanyakhwanya. KHWANYAKHWANYA. To knock, tap, or rap again and again. KHWATA. To alt.er in appear. ance, as from sickness, anger, etc. ; to be pale or pallid. KHWATLAHALA. To become dwarfed, Int. KHWATLAHETSE. Perf. ofkhwa tlahala, Int. KHWEBA. A game in which bo kwatse, or bolatsi, or bokudun ko are pierced and taken up with a thorn, or a pointed bit of wood. KHWENA. The worm of a cater pillar in cell sticking on a branch. KHWIBICHWANYANA. Dim. of khwibidu. KHWIBIDU. Red. KHWICWE. E khwicwe, it is sprained. 0 kh wicwe ke kgo-

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mo, he has been sprained or dislocated by an ox. KHWIGA. 'fo become sprained, or out of joint ; to become dislocated. Krco. Knowledge. KrcoNYANA. A little knowledge. KroiBALO. A fainting fit; a faint. KIDIBI. A game in which a kgeii we is rolled along the ground and pierced with a pointed stick. KmiKIDI. The bone at the back of a neck. KIKA. A mortar ; a stamping block. KrKITLA=Retela. Se kikitla hela=Se retetse. KILE. A word expressive of an act done and passed, and also of an act done only a short time ago. 0 kile a tla. he came some time ago. A !rile a tsa maea, he went away. KrLi:Go. Contempt; hatred. KrL:Il:Lo. Noun from ilela. KILO. Hatred. Knu. Thick. KiliiELO. Noun from imela. KrNA. To tie a horse's lE>gs; to knee-halter a horse. A Sesuto word. KrarETSA. To pacify an infant. KrrLA=Tlhanya. See also KE 'l'LA. KITLANA. To be united; to agree together. K11'LANCWE. Framed, or joined together. KITLANYA. To join tightly together. Kn'LANW A. Pass. of kitlana. KITSECOPELE. Foreknowledge. Ko. An expression of appeal. .A ko u tle le una, please come with mE'. Sometimes=Kabo. KoA. To gather; to heap up. 'l'o become weak. KoAHALA=Koahal. KOAHATSA. To m11ke we11k. KOAHATSA.= Koahatsa. KOAKOETSA= Kwak1vetsa. KOAIIIA. To sit down helpless ; to sink down exhausted; to lie down, as a helpless animal ; to assemble in cro1vds. KoAIIIE. Perf. of koama. KoBA. To drive away with con tempt ; to despise ; to become mouldy, or mildewed. KonA. To look round, or about, or over the shoulder expecting to see 0 la a ba koba, he looked round about upon them; he looked at them. Go koba pelo, to expect; to hope in a promise ; to trust in a person's word. KouAKOBA. To be restless; to go about from house to house. KOBAKOBA. 'l'o look about on all sides. KouAMELO. A bowing down to; worship. KonANA. To look at each other. KoBAOBA. A large, very long horned rhinoceros. KosE. A barb on a spear. Le rumii ya kobe, a barbed spear. KoBELA. 'l'o work with wire ; to weave wire on a stick, etc. KosrsA. Go kobisa p9lo, to cause to hope. Komsno. Kobisho pelo, ex pectation, hope. Koso. A skin cloak, or ma.ntle; a k .. ross. KouoTA. To pound=Thuga. KoBOTLO. A shelf. Koco. Noun f>'om otsa. KouwANA. Fem. of kwebu. Used of a cow. Koou. A voice; the part under a chin. KoDUAUALA. To become poor in tlesb. KoouKOMA. Adam's apple KouuM:ri:L,t. To descend by a suutlen fall off in a path. KoouMEl'SA. Caus. of kodume la. 'l'o swallow; to cause to descend. 'l'sela ea kodumelsa

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motho, the path causes the person to tl.escend abruptly. Koou6L6. The small hollow at the back of the neck and base of skull. Koll:GA. To become gathered; to be heaped up. Koll:LA. ro gather to, or for. Go koela maye, to gather stones for some work. KoKECO. .A.n adding; addition. KoKJl:G6. Noun from okega. KoKELECO. .A.n addition. K6K6. .A. betrayat KoKO. .A. fowl (hybrid). Koko e tona, a cock (hybrid). K6KOJH. 'fo walk with sore feet. KoKOBALA. To press, or lie lightly upon; to be buoyant; to float. KoKOBA'l'SA. To press lightly upon, as a pen in writing ; to cause to float. K6KOBELA. To become pacified, or quieted ; to settle down quietly ; to stoop, or settle down ; to stoop, as one wish ing to get out of sight, or out of the wind. KoKOBETSA. ro pacify; to cause to stoop, or bring low; to abase ; to strike or shoot a near object. KoKOBEl'SE. Perf. ofkokobala. KO KOLA. ro harrow; to rake together weeds, etc. KoKOLORUTWE. .A. large blue bird. KoKOLOSA. To roll a thing along the ground. K6KOMALA. 'l'o sit up on one's heels. KoKOl!ANA. A great grandchild; a branch of a family. KoKOMKTSE. Perj. ofkokomala. KoKO.IIOGA. To rise up, or swell out, as food boiling. K6K6PELA. ro help a man who has been worsted in an argu ment by giving him sugges tions ; to stand firm and overcome, as a 3uccessf ul dis-putant, or an army when attacked. KoKORALA. To be arched. KoKORE'l'SA. To surround ; to encircle. KoKORE'I'SE. Perf. of kokorala. Nca e kokoretse, the dog's back is arched. K6KOROGA. To walk with lordly tread ; to set up the back, as a savage dog about to spring. KoKO'l'HANE. .A. small or stunted mealie cob with mealies on. K6KO'l'HELA. To nail to ; to knock in, as a peg, or a nail. KoKOl'LA. To run, as a large bird ; to hop on one leg, as children at play. KoKO'l'LEGELA. To increase ; to become numerous ; to abound; to multiply. K6K01'LELA. To beg eagerly; to supplicate for; to crave ; to importune. KoKOTLEl'SA. To support; to hold up; to supply with food; to accumulate. K6KWAELA=Kwakwaela. K6KWANA. 'l'o crowd together. Go kokwana seima, to crowd thickly together. K6KWANELA. To crowd upon; to press upon, as a crowd. Ba kiikwanela gona, they assemble there in numbers. K6KWANO. .A. crowding; a large crowd. K6KWANYA. To gather together things, or animals ; to gather up with the hands. K6KWANYE. Perf. ojkokwana. K6KWANYK'l'SA. To crowd to srether at. K6KWANWA. Pass. ofkokwana. K6K w A'l'A. 'l'urned-down horned, the horns being fast. KoLA. A head-dress, or ornament of a feather, hare's tail, etc. K6LEK'r. A collection (hybrid). KoLo. .A. little ball ; a small white spot on an animal's fore head.

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KoLOAGANA. To make an agree-ment. KoLOAGANO. An agreement. KoLOANA. A small kolo. KoLOBA. To become wet. KoLOBE. A pig. KoLOBECO. A makiog wet .. KoLOBEDIWA. Pass. of kulobetsa. KoLOBE1'SA. To make wet. KoLOBILE. Perf. ofkiiliiba. Se kolobile, is wet. KoLOl. A wagon. Pl. dikoloi. Many wagons, makoloi. KoLOKWE =Kgolokwe. KOLOLO. An animal found in hills, Int. KoLOMELA. To disappear beneath the horizon ; to diappear over the brow of a hill ; to fall off suddenly, as a path. KoLOYANA. A sucking pig. Kol!A. An edible root, Int. KolB. = Meepelwane. Go ya kiima, to rejoice over a victory. KoMAKOliA. 'fo rain gently; to rain in gentle showers. 'l'o glory over another ; to boast over another; to tease by over. KollAKOllETSA. To t.'l.ntalize by offering something and then refusing it. KoMAKO.IIILE. Pe?j. of koruakoma. KoMANO. Contention. Kol!ANYO. A scoldiug. KO MAN. Railing; a noisy row; a clamour ; a q u" rre l. Kol!AO. A stone, Int. KoMELELO. Dryness. KoMETSA. To swallow a small thing. Kol!OGA. To be broken, as wood; to be smashed. Kol!OGANYA. To break, as wood; to burt. KoMoKI. A a cup (hybrid). Ko.IIOLA. To break, or smash a bone, as in firing at an animal. KoNA. Go kiina tlhiigii, to bow down the head. KONALO. An old, worn-out thing, as a shoe, kaross, etc. KONAMA. To bov down; to be bent down. KoNAME. Perf. ofkiinama. KoNAMISA. To cause to bow down. KoNATELELA. To pursue; to follow after perseveringly; to do anything with a will. KoNELA. 'l'o make a knot, or loop when fastening off in sewing. KoNELO. Nonn.f,om iinela KoNKO.IIE'l'SA=Komakometsa. KoNo. A moan. KoNOLOLA. To unfasten a knot made in sewing. KoNOPA. To throw at; to hit by throwing; to throw at a mark. KoNOPELA. To throw to. KoNo-ri:LELA=Konatelela. KoNu. Tinder; touchwood. KoNYA=Khwanya. KoNYAKONY.-l = Khwanyakhwanya. KoN. Yonder. Ea ko:ii! go away with you! KoNGWANE. A bushy with clusterd of yellowish flowers. KoNWAKONWANE. A separate group. or portion. Koo=Koii. Koo. A falling. KOPA. To beg. KoPAKOPA. To jump when sittingonthehaunches; tojump, as young locusts. KoPANA. To meet: to agree. KOPANCWE. Perj. pass. of kiipana. KoPANELA. To mePt at, or for. Ba kiipanela dikga:ii, they meet together about the quarrels. KoPANO. A meeting; ajoining; an agreeing. KoPANTSE. Perf. of kiipanya

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KoPANYA. To cause to meet; to unite. KoPANYE .. Perf. of kopana. KoPECWE. Perf. pass. of kopela. Locked, etc. KoPELA. To lock; to button, as a coat; to fasten, or lock, as a door. KoPELO. A song; music; a singing ; a hymn-book. KoPo. A bare's tail. KoPOLOLA. To unlock; to un button. KoPoLoLELA. To unlock for; to explAin for. KoRo. See DrKoao. KoROLALA. 'fo become bent like a bow. KoROLATSA. To bend, or cause to bend like a bow. KoROLETSE. Perf. of korolala. KoROPANA. To shrivel up. KoROSA. A fever (hybrid). KoaoTA. To cut off a part (hybrid). KoR01'LA. To talk in a low voice; to murmur. KoTAMA. To sit on the haunches. KoTAME. Perf. ofkotama. Koti:LA. Go koti'lla namane, to beat off a calf when milking. KoTLA. To gather together at different times, or by different purchases. KoTLo. A person's sustenanee. From otla. KoTLOMANA. To be in fear; to sit shrunk up thwugh fear. KoTLOMANO. Noiinfronl kotlom.ana. KoTLOMANYE. Perf. of kotlo mana. KoTLOMELA. To disappear be low the horizon. KoTOKWE. A greyish ground squirrel with short tail. Korosi:LA. To talk endlessly, Int. Kors:E:Lo. Noun from otsela. KoTSIALALA. To listen to re proof humbly and without answering. Kouo=Koii. KoYANA. .A small kobo. KuA. To shout out ; to pro claim. KUANA. A small leather sack made of one skin. KUANE=Kuana. KUBA. 'fo come out, as dust out of a baten skin ; to rise up, as smoke. Go kuba mosi, to send out smoke. To strike but fail to enter, as an arrow, or spear; to strike with a fist, etc. ; to be blunt, or bent, as a spear point; to cause to bend in, as a soft hat crown. Go kuba ma iiole, to bend the legs slightly at the knees. KUBED!WA. Pass. ofkubetsa. KIIBEGA. To become slightly bent, as knees in presenting u. shield. KuBELA. To force a skin off a slaughtered animal by pressing it with a stick. Go kubela kwa, to rise to. Go kuhela le kuka, to shake a milk sack up and down so as to get out the milk; to shake forcibly a milk sack full of thick milk when the whey has been drawn off. KUBELELA. To hit with an arrow, etc., without the mis sile penetrating. KuBE'l"SA. To cause smoke to go out for doctoring ; to burn medicine for doctoring. Go di kubelela mo sakeii, to doctor them by smoke in the kraal. KUBILE. of knba. KuBITLA. To sway from side to side, as a bad runner ; to walk with a shaky gait, as an old or weak person. KusoLOLA. Revers. ofkuba. Kusu. .A hippopotamus. KuliUELA. 'l'o throw up to ; to scatter by throwing up ; to strew; to sprinkle on, as salt on meat ; to cast. KuliUGA. 'l'o wake out of sleep of onesefl.

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XuBULA. To waken a person. KUDUBITLEGA. To move about quickly ; to flee from place to place. Kunu:EG6. Noun from hudueTo throw on, as dust. KUDUKUTHWANE. Masturbation. Ku:ELA. 'l'o proclaim to. KmsA. Caus. ofkua. KUIWA. Pass. of kua. KuKA=Tsaea. KuKAMA. A gemsbuck. KUKHIANA. A little kukama. KuKELA. To burn without blaz-ing ; to smoulder. KUKETSA. To cause a thing to take fire, as a piece of dry dung to carry fire with. Go kuketsa dikgomo, to light a fire for doctoring cattle. KuKoNA. 'l'o pick a bone. KuKUBALA. To crack, as a smooth floor, or wall. KuKUBE'l'SE. Perf. of kukubala. Go kukubetse boliikii, the smearing has cracked. KuKUMOLOGA. To rise above the horizon. Used of clouds. KuKUNA. To stoop down; to approach stealthily; to creep in a stooping posture. Gener ally used in connection with creeping for an evil purpose. KuKUNELA. To creep to. KuKUNO. Stealth. Go tsamaea ka kukunii, to go away stealthily. KuKUNYA. To appear above the surface ; to peep out, as a tree's buds. KUKUNYETSA. To neigh, as a distant horse. KuKUTLA. To walk slowly, as an old man. KUMA. To bite off a bit; to break up, or tear up, as a piece of flimsy paper. KUMAGANA. To break up, or become broken up, ink> parties or groups. KmiAGANYA. To break up into. small pieces, as bread, etc. KuMAGANWA. Pass. of kuma gana. To be broken up into parties. KuMAKO. Noun from umaka. KUMEGA. To become torn up, or broken up, a.s a piece of flimsy paper; to be notched, as a knife. KUNAMA. To journey down; to journey in a descending direc tion; to dig downwards. KUNAME. Perf. ofkunama. KUNAMISA. To make perpendi cular, as in digging a hole. KUNYANE. A hole in a kgata mpi; a room in a European's house. KUPA. Hot ashes without cin ders. KuPANE. A kind of edible bulb. KuPE. A large quantity of meal. KURUPANA. To be shrivelled, or shrunk up into a ball, or a small compass, as a dry skin. KURUPANYE. Perf. of kuru-pana. KuRUSA. To rouse up a forget. ful, or negligent person; to rouse up, or frighten away birds. KURUTHU. A word used as. a curse by a woman when strik ing the ground with her apron and cursing somebody. KuRUTLA. To rumble, as bowels from flatulence. KuRWANA. Acalibash; a small. mouthed vessel. KuuWECO. A lullaby; a plain. tive tune; a doleful ditty; a cooing. Kgwedi ea kurweco, the second month after con finement. KuRWETSA. To coo, as a dove; to sing plaintively; to make a mournful _noise; to cry,_ as a baby for 1ts mother. Nwana oa kurwetsa, a child in the second month. y

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KUTA. To cut hair; to cut hair unevenly; to weed in a slovenly manner. KUTEGA. To fall off, as the hair from a head, or wool from a skin. KUTHUMETSA=Kntlnmetsa. KtrTLA. A lion's lair, or sleeping place ; a dog' s sleeping place scratched in the ground. KurLo. Hearing; obedience. KtrTLUME'l'SA. To tilt up and pour out, as thick milk, soil, etc. KUTLWANO. Mutual sympathy; concord. KuTLwo. Hearing; obedience. KuTo=Thitii. KUTuKw:i:. The inner part of the anus; the lower bowel descend ing in dysentery. KUTUMA. To shake a little, as a stone in being moved. KuTUMISA. T
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Kwi:NA. A crocodile; a kind of aromatic shrub ; wild mint. KWENESA. To wound slightly. KWENESHO. A slight wound. KWENNE. Perf. ofkwena. KWENTSJCWE =Thatahadicwe. KwETEGA=Kwetoga. KwETELA= Kwetola. KwETOGA. To appear; to come into sight, as a person coming over a riuge ; to be coming ; to be approaching; to rise above the horizon, as a cloud. KWETOGELA. Kwetogelakwano, come here into sight. KwETOLA. To bring into sight; to cause to come into sight. KwETOLELA. E kwetolelakwano, bring it here. KwmiA. To go about to and fro; to wander hither and thither. KwrDIBI = Kidibi. A kind of plant with bulbous root. KWIDINYA. 'fo neigh. KWIDINYEGA. To neigh; to boil, and make a bubbling noise, as fat. KwocwANA=Kocana. KwoTELA=Kotela. L. LAALAN A= Laelana. LAANA. To instruct, or exhort one another. LABA. To take anything out of an eye with a tongue. LAcw A. To lick. LACWITSE. Perf. of lacwa. LADICWE. Perf. pass. of latsa; to be laid down. LADITSE. Perf. oflatsa. LADIWA. Pass. oflatsa. LAEA. To instruct ; to direct ; to charge ; to exhort ; to lay down the law. Go laea ka, to instruct with, or by. LAELA.. To instruct ; to direct; to give a charge;. to send with a message ; to bend a bow and fix the string; to cock a gun, that is to say, send its charge on its errand. LAELANA. To exhort one an other ; to hold a conference. LAETSA. To send a message by. 0 la a ba laetsa, he sent a messa.lf8 by them. LAGALELA=Legelela. LA I LA. To lick up at once some thing placed on palm of hand ; to sweep off, as a war, destruc tive fire. etc. LAILE. Perf. oflaea. LAKAICWE. Perf. oflakaila. LAKAILA. To lick ; to lick up; to destroy, or remove utterly. LALA. To lie down; to lodge. LALEDICWE. Perf. pass. oflalet;m.. Hired. LALEDITSE. Perf. oflaletsa.. LALELA. To lie in wait for ; to tempt ; to seek to catch in ; to sleep near to, or in sight of a place ; to lie at the catch; to watch, or guard. Go lalela nae, to lodge with him. LALELETSA. To hire for. LALELWA. To be laid in wait for ; to be tempted, etc. LALE'rSA. To hire ; to engage ; to call for any purpose ; to oll'er, or give anything without being asked for it. LALOLA. To do a thing very well, or perfectly. LAMADITSE. Perf. of lamatsa. 0 ba lamaditse, he has spoiled them by giving and thus leading them to expect future gifts. LAMALA. To be accustomed ; to look for anything as being accustomed to receive it. LAMALELA. To be accustomed to. Go lamalela thapelo, to be accustomed to prayer. LAMA1'SA. To cause a person to expect something on another occasion by giving it to him once. Go lamatsa iiwana, to

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spoil a child by giving, and thus making him accustomed to expect, or getting him into the habit of receiving. LAME1'SE. Perf. of lamala. LAMPA. A lamp (hybrid). LAocw:E. Perf. pass. oflaola. LAODISA. To ordain ; to set over. LAODISIWA. To be ordained; to be set over. LAOLA. 'l.'o command; to govern. Perf. laotse. Go laola ka bola, to decide by casting the dice. Go laola ka chomolo, to,decide by drawing lots. LAOLEGA. To become com-manded; to submit to law. LAOLESEGA=Laolega. LAOLOLA. To make a command of none effect ; to put down a trigger; to unload a wagon. LAO'l'SE. Perf. of laola. LAPA. To be weary; to become tired, or faint. LAPISA. To cause to be tired; to cause to be weary. LAPISIWA. Pass. oflapisa.. LAPOLOGA. To become rested. LAPor.osA. 'l'o cause to rest; to refresh. LATA. 'o go to ; to visit ; to follow. Dikgomo di tla lata boyafi, the cattle will go to the grass. Ke tla gu lata, I will follow you. LATALANA. To follow after one another. LATELA. To follow after. Gene rally used of a.n object that is out of sight. LATELELA. To follow after. Ba tla mo latelela, they will fol low after him. They will fol low his spoor ; they will pursue him. LATISA=Latela. LATLHA. To cast away ; to throw without any particular aim. LATLHEGA. To become cast away; to be lost. LATLHEGECWE. Ke latlhegecwe ke thipa, I have lost my knife. LATLHEGELA. Thipa e tla. mo latlbegeta, he will lose his knife. LATLHEGILE. Perf. of latlhega. Thipa ea me e latlhegile, my knife is lost. LATLHISA. To cause to cast, or throw away. LATOHATSA. To accuse ; to cause to become guilty. A word found only in books. LATOHOLOLA. To give a person blame ; to prove a person to be in the wrong. LATOLA. 'ro deny; to deny a fault, or goodness in another person or oneself ; to give a. negative answer; to say no. Ba tsile go latola kgosi, they are come to tell of the chief's death. LATOLELA. To deny to. 0 la a. re latolela fiwana, be told us of the child's death. Go gu lato lela motse, to deny to you the existence of the town. LATOTSE. Perf. oflatola. LATSA. To cause a person to lie down ; to lay a person down. LE. And; with. Particle of nouns beginning with le. LEA. To tie a knot carelessly ; to sew slackly. Perf. lile. LEACO. A gift; an alms. LEADIHO. A borrowed thing; a lent thing. LEAKA. A lie. LEAKANYANA. A little lie. LEALE1'SA. To take beyond measure, or without measuring; to take in large quantities. LEANA. To become convales cent; to be able to go about after severe sickness. LEANO. A device ; a plan. LEAPARAPELO. '!'he pericardium. IEATLHAHANA. Foolish; child ish ; stupid.

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LEBA. To look; to look at; to LEBOGANA. To tha.nk muta. regard with attention. ally. LEBAGANA. To be opposite to LEBOGELA. To tha.nk some one each other ; to be over against. for. Ba. dntse ba lebagana le phu. LEBOGO=Legoka, Int. pu, they sat over against the LEBOGc'i=Lecogo, Int. grave. LEBOGWA. Pass. of leboga. -LEBAGANYE. Perf. of leba.gana. tEBOLOBOLO. A short thick \ Ba. bo ba. lebaganye le pheho, snake, yellowish, with black they were beating against the spots; a puff adder. .wind; the wind was contrary LEBOSEGA. To be acceptable. to them. LEBUCWAPELE. A fruit first ripe LEBALA. ro forget. among other fruits. LEBALEBA. To look from one to LEBUDUDU. Dry hard ground, another ; to look over, or have Int. the oversight of. LECHA=Letsha. LEBANA. 1'o be worthy. LECHA1'LA=Lodule, Int. LEBANTSHA. Go lebantsha di. LECHOBA=Lechoha, Int. ha.tlhogo, to look at each other LECHOCHA. Ka lechocha, by face to face. chance; unexpectedly; acci LEBANYA. Go lebanya diha.tlho. denta.lly; by misadventure. go, to look face to face. --i.ECHOCHO. A kind of wingless LEBANWA. Pass. oflebana. insect. LEBA-rLA. An open space in the LECHOHANA. A small hole. kgotla. 0 mpeile mo lebatlefi, LECHOKO. A troublesome perhe has taken me before the son, or animal. chief. LECHOKU. A red ochre used LEBATSA. To cause to forget. for smearing the body. LEBEGA. To be chosen, as one LECHOLO. A hunting; a hunt. thing out of others; to be pre LECHOO. A paw, or footprint of ferred. a. dog, or ravenous animal. Pl. LEBEKO=Segwadi. ma.roo. LEBELA. ro watch; to guard; LECHOTELO. Dry, dusty cattle to have oversight. dung. LEBELELA. ro look out for; to LECHUTI. A shadow made by a expect. cloud. LEBELETSE. Perf. of lebelela. LECHWAGO. Hollow, as a tree; LEBELO=Lobelo. a. bole, or hollow in a tree. LEBELWA. To be watched. LECHWAHO. A lung. LEBE'rSE. Pel'f. of lebala. LECHWARWA. A captive; a bond LEBIANA. A frying-pan, Int. servant. LEBICHO. A name. LECHWENYO. A troubler. LEBILE. Perf. of leba. LECOGO. An arm from the wrist LEBISA. Oaus. of leba. to the shoulder. Pl. ma.bogii. LEBITLA=Lecwe. A shoulder of meat. Lecogo ya. LEBOA. A kind of edible funnoka, a. side stream in a river. gus, or mushroom. Lecogo ya lewatla, an arm of LEBODI. A kind of rat living on the sea. Go mo chwara lecogo, or near a river's banks. to help him; to defend him. LEBODU=Lobodn. LECOLO. A small pipe of an ant LEBOGA. To tha.nk ; to be heap. thankful; to thank for. LECOMANA=Lecomane.

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LECOMANE. A Hock of sheep. LECOM6=Lecolii. A picii held in the veldt. LECONWANF.. A small Hock. LECOPA. Clay for making pots. LECOPETLA. Very muddy water ; water in which there is much mud. LECORWANE. The end of n bowel eaten by a servant ; a servant's portion. LECWABUDU. A shoot from last year's corn stalk, or root. LECWAI. :Salt. LECWALA. A small fish. LECWALANOGA = Leberehere. LECWE. An open grave. LECWELA. A young branch, or sprout ; a young person ; off spring. LECWELE. A fist; a small com pact group of people. J,ECWELECWELE = Leherehere. LECWEN. Mo lecweii, in the grave. LED!. A piece of money; a coin. LEDIDA. A deep hole in a stream; a pool in a river's bed. LEDIBELA. A hole, or dam into which water is poured; a hole in the ground from which ani mals drink. LEDILE. Perf. of lela. LEDIM6. A strong, rushing wind; a hurricane. LEDINYANA. A coin. LEDJSA. Caus. of lela, to cause to weep. LEDIWA. Pa-ss. ofletsa. LEDUMEDI. A young lion. LEDUTEL6=Lekgelebe. LEE. An egg. Pl. mae. LEEBA. A rock pigeon. LEEBANA. A sudden, gushing shower. LEEBAROPE. A rock pigeon. LEEO. Se le se leeo, it was; ga se tlhole e leeo, it is not any longer. LEGAE. A home; a dwelling place . LE(UEN. Mo legaeii, in a home. LEGAGU=Logagu. LEGAKABE = Mogaka be. LEGAKGALA. See MAGAKGALA. LEGAKWA=Legwaka. LEGALA. A burning coal; a live coal. LEGALAPA. The palate ; the roof of a mouth. Generally used in the plural-magalapa. LE GALE. Just so; of course. LEGALEGA. To go about beg. ging; to be greedy. LEGANO. The inside of a month. LEGAPU. A water melon. LEGARE. In the middle; the centre. E kl!"aoganye ka legare, it is split in two. LEGA1"LAPA. Cowardly. 0 le gatlapa, he is cowarlly; he is a deserter from a regiment, or a skulker from the tight. L:Eo:EL:Er.A. To stretch out both hands placed o as to receive something; to carry anything on both hands spread out. LEGETLA. A shoulder-blade. LEGOANA. A young wild goose; a wild gosling. LEGODIMO. Tbe sky; heaven. LEGODU. A thief. LEGOKA. Notabitofit! never! LEGOLA. A garden that has failed to give fruit, but has things eatable for cattle in it. LEGOLO. Great. Used with nouns in le. A hundred. Le shome ye legolo, a hundred. LEGOLOLO. An outspan place for a waggon. LE GONA. So; also; in like manner. LEGOPELO. A beef steak ; the fleshy part cut out of a joint. LEGORWE=Logwere, Int. LEGOTLH6. A knot in a branch, or piece of wood. LEooro. An unripe fruit. LEGOTUTUA. A large bright. coloured locust found often on milk bushes. LEoou. A wild goose.

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LEGWAGWA. Ahairofawhisker; hair on cheek. LEGWAHA. The armpit. Leg. waha ya moragii, the groin. LEGWAKA. A crystal; a piece of quartz. LEGWA'rANE. A stone, tooth, etc., for rubbing skins with. LEGWEGWE. Impatience. 0 legwegwe, he is impatient. LEGWEKA=I.egwaka. LEGWELE. An ankle. LEGWELETLHA. Very crooked; much twisted ; gnarled ; that which is not right. LEGWEYANA. An ankle; an ankle bone ; a wrist. LEHA. Although. Lehagontse yalo, although it is so ; never theless. To pay. LEHAKA. Crooked; hooked, Int. Li!:HAR.HLHATLHA. A state of confusion ; confusion ; a con fused state of things. LEHATLA. One of twins. LEHA'l'LHA=Lehatla. The up per part of the body; the chest; the breast. LEHA1'SHE. A country; a land; the world; the earth. LEHATWANA. A kind of snake, Int. LEHELA. To pay for; to atone for. In vain; a thing of nought. Preceded by verbs in ela. Ba dumelela lehela, they believe in vain. Ke lebi'ila go diha yalo, it is vain to do so. LEHELE. A white-tailed bluish buck found in hills. Pl. di phele. LEHELEPA = Leherehere. LEHELEPE. Childish. LEHERECOKO=Leherehere. LEHEREHERE. A fraud; a deceiver ; a false one; a juggler. LEHETLA=Legetla. LEHETSA. To render to, or for; to recompense. LEHICWANA. Slight darkness. LEHICWANYANA. Obscurity. Ka lehicwanyana, obscurely. LEHIHI. Darkness. Go lehihi, it is dark. Ntlo e e lehihi, a dark house. LEHIKA. A rock ; a massive rock. LEHININI. A gum; a place in a gum where a tooth is out. LEHISA. To cause to pay; an animal lent with a view to in crease. LEHOKO. A word. LEHOHORA. A little that re mains; a remnant. Used of grain, etc., but not of liquids. LEHOTLHO. A leaf stripped off a tree or branch. LEHUBA=Lobuba. LEHUBIDU. Red. LEHUHA. Jealousy; jealousy between wives; bigamy; poly gamy. 0 tla nyala lehuba, he will commit bigamy; be will take more wives than one. 0 nyecwe lehuha, she has been married to a man with a wife or wives. Ba le ha nna lebuba nae, they were jealous of him. LEHUKUBU. A raven; a crow. LE HULA= Leshnlii. LEHULO=Lesbulii. LEHUMA. Loss; damage ; great sorrow ; poverty ; bung&. Dilii tsa lehuma, poverty stricken, or beggarly Go ichwara lebuma, to rest the head upon the palm of one's hand in token of great sorrow. LEHUMANYANA. A little lehu m a. LEHUMO. A place for sucking rip water, Int. LEHUPU. A swelling caused by a blow, etc. ; a prominence made by things covered with a kaross, etc. ; a large edible fungus. LEHU'l'I. A hole, or hollow in the ground. LEHUTO. A knot in a string, etc. LEHUTSANA. A little lehuti. LEILWE. Perj. pass. of lea.

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LEINA. A name. LE INANE =Tlhamane. LEINO. A tooth. Pt menii. LEIO. A crabfish; a crab. LEIPEI. A free and independent one. LEISHO. A hearth; a cooking place. I.ErTLHAPELO= Letlhapelii. LEITLHO. An eye. Pt maitlbii and matlhii. LEITLHWANA. A temple-of a head. LEIWA. Pass. oflea. LEIYADI. A shoot springing up from last year's seed. LEKA. To try ; to attempt; to test ; to tempt. A sore made by carrying a bnrde'n, etc. LEKABA. A pack-ox. LEKADIBA. A deep hole in a stream ; a pool in a river bed ; a pool. LEKAKABA. A leaf. LEKALEKANA. To be equal; to be equal-sided. LEKALEKANE. Square. Se le kaleksne, it is equal-sided ; it is square. LEKAMPHANE. A bow, lnt. LEKANA. To be equal; to be alike. To be able to do a work ; to be equal to a work. LEKANELA. To be sufficient for; to be equal for. LEKANTSA=Lekantsana, LEKANTSANA. An ornament, or fringe on a man's girdle; a fringe. LEKANTSE. PeTf. oflekanya. LEKANwA. Pass. oflekana. LEKANYA. To make equal; to measure. LEKANYANA. A wild dog. LEKANYE. PeTf. of lekana. Go lekanye, it is enough. LEKANYETSA. To measure for ; to dhide. LEKAPANA. A wild cucumber, Int. LEKAPE. Husk; rind; peel; pod ; shell ; scale of fish. LEKATANE. A kind of small green pumpkin. LEKATANYANE. A little lekatane. LEKATLA. One who has not yet been to circumcision. LEKAU. A youth. A cow's womb; a wild animal's womb. LEKAUANA. A big boy. LEKAUDI. A straggling lock of hair; a lock of hair. LEKAWA. A wild encumber. LEKEDI. A nursery bed for tobacco plants: a seed-bed. LEKELA. Go lekela kwa pele, to try to go forward ; to go ahead. LEKELELA. To try the depth ; to sound water. LEKELETSA=Lekelela. LEKETE. Heavy; a weight. A pit dug in the ground for a grave, or game trap. LEKETLA. To shake, as a loose pole, or a disjointed limb or thing. LEKGABE. Chiefly used in the plural : Strings dangling in front of women and girls to hide their naked ness. LEKGABI. Half of an edible bulb split in digging. LEKGADI. A Mantatee. LEKGAREBE = Kgarebe. LEKGASA. A strip of a tattered garment. LEKGATHI. A division ; a part ; a clump; a group ; a parcel. LEKGELE. A fruit nearly ripe. LEKGELEBE. A bank, or dam for holding a small quantity of water. LEKGETHO. A tax; tribute. LEKGETHU. A sharp stone for cutting ; a flint. LBKGOA=Lekhiia. LEKGOBA. A negro; an old colonial slave. LEKGOLA. One who has not been to circumcision, or bo yale. Used as a term of re proach.

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LEKGOTLA=Kgotla. Ba lekgo tla, the councillors of a chief. LEKGWAHO. A lung. LEKGWAKGWA. The cartilage of a nose. LEKHAHA. Anything very light, as a piece of empty honeycomb. LEKHOA. A white man; an Englishman. LEKHONKHOBE. A colonial Kaffir. LEKHUBU. A ridge; a wave. LEKHUE. An egg remaining after the rest are hatched ; an egg dropped outside a nest. LEKHUYANA. Dimin. oflekhubu. LEKHWAHO. A lung. LEKINETANA. A deserter from a working party. LEKITLANO. A joining ; a joint. LEKOBO. A wild animal resembling a tiger. LEKODISA. Oa.us. of lekola. Go mo lekodisa, to give informa tion about him. Go lekodisa dikgomo, to tell about the cattle. LEKOKO=Leshomo. LEKOKOMA. A side burden on a pack-ox. LEKOLA. To visit; to call upon in sickness. LEKOLO. A sand shovel, Int. LEKOLOANE. A young man; one verging on manhood. LEKOLOANYANE. A boy just out of the circumcision. LEKOLOLWANA. A large white locust bird. LEKOLONKWANE. A small kind of elephant, Int. LEKOTE. A kind of large mouse; a small rat, living among stones ; a lump of earth turned up by plough, or spade ; a lump of dry clay. LEKOTO. A leg ; a waggon wheel. maoto. LEKOTWANA. A little lekoto. The centre pole in a hut; a verandah post. LEKUCHWANA. A boy big enough to herd goats. LEKUKA. A milk sack; used for a wine skin. LEKUKUNOPU. See Makukuno pu. LEKURU. A boy big enough to herd goats ; a kind of small ground bird. LEKWA. Pass. ofleka. LEKWAKWA. A stone with sharp edges ; a rough stone of vol canic formation. LEII.WALO. A notch cut in a stick for keeping count. LEKWATI. The outer bark of a tree. LEKWELE. Au edible tuber; used for a potato. LEKWi:Ti:=Lekote. A lump of clay, etc. LEKWETEKWIO. .A. Namaqua partridge. LELA. To weep. Perf. ledile. To be very hot, of the sun. A bowel. Pt mala. LELAHALA. To become very hot; to become very long. LELAHATSA. To lengthen. Used of speech. LELAHETSE. Perf. of lelahala. LELALA. 'ro look upwards; to lean back so as to look up. LELALELA. To look up to. LELALETSA. 001US. of le!alela. LELATA. A servant-maid ; a woman-servant. LELATSA. To cause to look up. Go lelatsa tlhogo, to lean the head back so as to look up. LELE. Long. LELEDITSE. Perf. of leletsa. LELEHALA. To become long. LELEHATSA. To make long. LELERU. .A. tonsil; a uvula. LELEKA. 'l'o drive away ; to pursue so as to turn and bring back ; to chase. .A. word of two distinctly different mean ings. LELEKILE. Perf. of!eleka. LELELA. To weep for. Go le-

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lela godimo, to weep loudly; to wail. LELELELE. Very long. LELEMELA. To creep, or crawl, as a snake in grass, or a man hiding for an evil purpose. Used also of a person seeking his way along an unknown road. LELENYA. To clamour; to talk very loudly. LELEPA. A difficult, or intricate knot ; a puzzle ; a riddle ; a mystery. J,ELETSA. To play for. From let sa. LELOBA. A kind of interior tree. LELOBU. A chameleon. LELOKOLOLO. A joint, as of linger, wrist, or ankle. LELWALA=Lolwala. LEMA. 'l'o pick, as for corn; to plough ; to dig. LEMA. A word referring to the shape of an animal's horns. E lemile yaii ? how do its horns what sha e horns has it? Di lemetse kwa godimo, they point upwards. LEMALA =Lam ala. LEMATSA=Lamatsa. Caus. of le mala. LEMEGA. To become ploughed, as ground; to be arriving in parties, as men at a pico. LEMELA. To plough for; to till for. LEMENA. A pitfall with spikes in the bottom ; a trap for game ; a trap. LEMESETSA. To cause to gush out. LEMETSAPHALA. A large ser pent, Int. LEMETSE. Perf. of lemela and lemala. Dinaka di lemetse kwa godimo, the horns point upwards. LEMI. Tlte fibrous part of a pumpkin. LEMILE. Perf, of lema and lema. Dinaka di lemile yaii ? how do the horns stand ? LEMISA. To plough one day without payment. From lema. LEMISI1'SE. 0 lemisitse ol.inaka, he is standing with arms stretched out, and hands point ing upwards. From lema. LEMME. A little ; a small quan tity. 0 nneile lemme hela, he has only given me a little. LEMOGA. To observe ; to per ceive; to know. LEMOHALA. 'l'o become good ; to be profitable. LEMOHATSA. Ca,us. oflemohala. LEMOLOLA. To sow a second time, one sowing having failed; to turn people from former customs ; to set right. A tla ba lemolola mo mekgweii ea boshula, he will turn them from evil habits. LElJOSEGA. To become noticeable, or evident. LEMOTSRA. (!a,us. oflemoga. J,EMPHORO. A young bird. LEMPHOitWANA. A chicken; a nestling. LENCHO. Black. LENCHORWANA. A young bird; a nestling. LENCWE. A voice; the sound of a voice. LENCWE. A stone ; a hill ; a mountain. Pl. maye. LENE. Linen (hybrid). LENIBI=Lenyedi, Int. LE NON. A vulture. Lli:NOTO. A stray locust; a locust left behind by a swarm ; a locust's leg. LENTAACHWENE. One who has slain a man in battle ; one who has killed a ravenous beast; a feast made in honour of such a man. LENTSEl'SE. A nit of a louse. LENYA. A scallop cut out in a kaross ; an ornamental design on a wall. LENY.PHIRI. A block of lime-

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stone with holes and depres sions in it. LENYEDI. A small light brown animal found in reeds, and living on crabs, etc.; a.badger. LENYEDIANA. A painful swell ing of the glands of face and throat; the mumps. LENYEKETSHANE. Scallops cut out on two pieces and fitted to gether. LENYELO. Dross of iron; refuse from iron smelting. LENYENA. An earring. LENYENYANA= Legweyana. LENYORA. 'l'hirst. .Ba ba lenyiira, the thirsty. LEN. When? LENA. A furrow, or crack on a heel; a deep chap ; a chil blain. Go kgwa leii.a, to make a clicking sound, as when in sorrow or anger. LENANA. A protuberance under the ear of a fat person. LENAU. A leopard. LENODU. A puffy kind of insect found on dogs and cattle; a dog fiy. LENOLE. A knee; a front leg knee of an animal. LENONOBADI. A silent person. LENONOBI. A morose, or sullen person ; a thief. LENWA. Pass. of lema. LENWAELO. A stone, tooth, etc., for rubbing skins with. LENWE. One. Used with nouns in le. LEo. See LEEO. LEODI. A tuft of long hair. LEOHA. To sin; to err; to make a mistake. LEOHALA. To become wicked. LEOHELA. To sin against. LEOHILE. Perf. of leoha. LEO MA. A secret, Int. LE61"A. A group of gardens. Used chiefly in the plural Maiita. LE01'LANA. A chief's officer; a village policeman, Int. LEOTLH6. A wrinkle. LE01'0=Lekoto. LEOTWANA. A thick pole in a wall; a central pole in a hut. LEOWAN. A large red and white bird. LEPA. To observe; to nolice; to take notice of ; to watch carefully ; to tie in an intricate and difficult knot. LEPAI. A smooth cotton blan ket. LEPE. Neg. part. with nouns in le. Ga go na lepe, there is no one. LEPELE. The external organs of generation as a whole, of man or woman. Can be used with propriety. L:EtJi:LEGELA. Go lepelegela ha hatshe, to hang down to the LEPELELA. To hang down; to dangle ; to be suspended. LEPELE"l'SA. To let down; to suspend. LEPELETSE. Perf. of lepelela. LEPEMPETLHWANE. A boy just big enough to herd kids. LEPERO. Leprosv (hybrid). LEPILE. Perf. oflepa. LEPIN. A small blackand white bird found near ant heaps. LEPITLRWA. An interior wild animal. LEPACELA. A fool; a wilfully foolish person. LEPHOTO. A knot in a stick; a knot in a piece of timber; a place in a branch or reed where a twig has been cut off. LEPHOTOPHOTO. A waterfall; a cascade ; a cataract. LEPHURWANA. A. quail. LEPHUTSE. A pumpkin. LEPOLOGA. To be thick, or viscous, as tar when poured out. LEPOLOLA. To untie a difficult or intricate knot. LEP6r6KWANE. A kind of wild anima.l, Int. LERAIIARABA. Many colJnred.

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LERADU. A cow for home milk ing. LERAGO=Lesagii. LERAKANCHANE. Edible fruit of the loshe creeper. LERAKO = Lorakii. LERAMA=Lesama. LERE. To bring. Pass. leriwe; perf. lerile. LEREDITSE. Perj. ofleretse. LERilTJl:. A testicle of man or animal. Used as a curse. LERETSE. To listen for, or to. LERIBI. A lump of wet clay, or dough ; a ball of prepared dung for smearing. LERILE. Perf. oflere. LERININI=Lehinini. LERISHO. A kind of large watery edible root or bnlb. LERISHWA= Lerishii. LERIWE. Pass. ojlere. LEROLO. Silly ; of weak understanding. LERONOPO. Gleanings. LEROO=Lechoo. Pl. maroo. LEROPO. A range of hills ; a mountain range ; the ridge of a long hill. LEROSE. A cluster, Int. LEROTHODI. A large drop of rain. LEROTOBOLO. A sand hill ; a sandy slope. LERU. A cloud. LERUARUA. A great fish ; a whale. LERUBISI. An owl. LERUBISANA. A young owl. LERU DI. A shoulder of a person. LERUMO. A spear; a bullet. LESA. To let alone ; to leave alone. LESAGO. One side of a funda ment. Pl. maragii. LESAHA. A squanderer ; a spendthrift. LESAI. A Ilea. LESAKA. A kraal ; a fold ; a cattle pen. LESALELA. A solitary one left ; a surviving person. LESAMA. A cheek. LESAPO. A bone. LESEDI. A light. LESEDINYANA. A little light. LESEGO. A blessing. LESEKA. A twisted metal ring worn on the arm and below the knee. LESELAMOTLHAKA. A small fowl-stealing animal living in reeds. LESELEDIWA. Pass. ofleseletsa. LESELETSA. To allow ; to per mit. LESENAMELO. See MASENAME LO. LESETEDI. A Griqua. LESETLHA. A confirmed thief; the liquor amnii. LESETLHAOKA. A large white ant that eats grass. LESHAHE=Leshwahe. LESHALA. A large white stone ; a white rock. LESHALABA=Leshalaii. LESHALAO. A loud shouting from a crowd. LESHAMA=Lesama. LESHAO = Lesbalaii. LESHE1'LA. 'l'he edible parts of the head of a bone. LESHOBELELO. Dissatisfaction. LESHOGO. A partridge. LESHOGODI. A thick swarm of locusts ; a heavy shower of rain. LESHOKGOLA. A child just able to run about. LESHOKOLELA. Water brash; heartburn ; acid eructations. LESHOLE. A cow still suckling a large calf ; a large unweaned kid, or calf. LESHOLOGA. To become weary, or numbed, as arms by a. heavy weight; to be swelled. Used only of the private parts of man or woman. LESHOLOLA. To let down, as a bird its wings. To reach, or pull down anything. LESHOMA. A large bulb with stringy leaves.

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LESHOME. Ten. LESHOMO. A party of people. LESHO!IPU. The rounded part of a garden or kraal hedge. LESHONYA. A large jet black ant, Int. LESHONWANE. A smallleshomo. LESHOPE. A ruin; a deserted house or kraal with no part of it still standing. LESHOPHI. A blister. LESHORI. A gift to a mother's brother. LESHOTLHO. The scrotum ; the scrotum of a castrated animal. LESHOTLO. Contempt; contemptuousness. LESH01'SE = Lekatane. LESHOTSANA=Lekatanyane. LESHOWA. A shout, as of a number of people. Go tshela leshowa, to shout with a loud voice, as a crowd crying hurrah. LESHUBU. A thigh bone, or upper arm bone in a human being; the upper leg bone of an animal. LESHUDI, A small excavation made to beat out corn in. LESHULO. Foam from mouth, or on water; white scum. LESHURU. A gift, Int. LESHUSHU. Au animal with a small part of an ear cut oft'. LESRWABI. A wrinkle on the face. LESHW AHE. A light-coloured mocwana ; an albino. LESHWAKGE. The flesh at the junction of an animal's large and small stomach. LESHWALAO. A careless work man ; a bad worker. LESHWALO. Medicine used to insure prosperity or success. Go di chubela leshwalii, to fumigate them with the smoke of medicine. LESHW A RE. Foot soreness, either in persons or animals. LESHWASHUPA. Empty. Used of a. sack. LESHWASHWA. See MASHWASH WA. LEsHw:E. Filthy; evil ; nasty ; bad; anything that is not liked, or disagreeable. Used sometimes of a dangerous po sition. LESHWEBELEGA. A hired volunteer ; a pa.id mercena.ry. LESHWEHADIWA. Pass. of lesh webala. LESHWEHATSA. To make filthy; to defile. LESHWELE. A lump of clotted blood ; a. clot. LESHWELE = Leshwele. LESIBA=Losiba. LESIBI. An animal with one ear, or both ears, cut off in the middle, or cut a good deal. LESIELA. An orphan. LESILO. A silly person; a fool. LESITLHA. A bunch, or cluster of berries or fruit. LETA. To wait ; to wait for; to watch corn, etc. L:ETA. To grind ,-ery fine. LETAGWA. A drunkard. LETEANE. A wild dog. LETEGELE. An individual of a kind of mixed ra.ce, coloured, and having long hair. LETHACANE. A long-legged ground bird ; a kind of lap wing. LETHUDI = Mokatakii. LETIMELA. A wandering animal. LETIN. A kind of weak beer. Sesutii. LETISA. Ba letisa ba baiiwe, they help the others to watch corn. LE'l'LA. To love, or honour one above another; to favour; to honour ; to reconcile; to make pPace. LETLABULA = Lotlabula. LETLADIKA. See MA'fLADIKA. LETLAKA. An eagle. LETLALO. A hide; a skin. LETLAMETLO. A bull-frog. LETLANA. To love each other

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very much; to become friends; to be fond of each other. LETLANCWE. Perf. pass. of letlana ; reconciled. LETLANYA. To cause to love; to reconcile. A word not used much in the South. Go le tlanya batbo le Modimo, to reconcile God and man. Ba ba letlanyaii, the peacemakers. LETLANWA. Pass. of letlanya. Re tla letlaiiwa le Modimo, we shall he reconciled to God. LETLAPA. A flat stone ; a stone for grinding on. LETLAPANA. A little letlapa. LETLAPAIIAPELO= Leaparapelo. LETLAWA=Lotlawa. LETLAWANA=Lotlawana. LETLATLA. An iron ornament for the ear. LETLATLANA= Lotlatlana. LETLEKE. Rich; one who is abundantly supplied. LETLELA. A little of anythinl\'. LETLELANYANA. A very little of anythin!l". LETLHABElGO = Sebedishii. LE'rLHADIO. The fleshy part of a knuckle of meat. LETLHAHU. The muscle or lump of :O.esh in the calf of a person's leg, and in the arm between elbow and wrist. LETLHAGA. See MATLHAGA. LETLHAKAliANE. Grass for thatching. LETLHAKET,A. A kind of blue bird, Tnt. LETLHAKU. A bush cut for making a hedge. LETLHAKWANA. A stick placed by a doctor to keep visitors from a house where there is sickness. LETLHALE. A wise person; a slim one. Not a word of com mandation. LETLHALAGADI. A kind of ground creeping plant. LETLHALEllWA=Leteane. LETLHANA:MA. The fat round a kidney. LETLHAO. The nest, or cell of the khwena worm, used by women as a jingling bead in bogwera dance. LETLHAPA. A curse. LE'rLHAPAGADI. A certain posi tion of the dice. LETLHAPE. A herd of wild animals. Used of zebras and some other animals. Of cattle it is only used in the plural, Matlhape. LETLHAPELAPULA. A small lo cust bird. LE'rLHAPEL6. Mirth; merry making. LETLHARE. A brannh having smaller branches on it; a leaf, !Jtt. LETLHATSHE. The bottom of a deep pool. LEnHAU. A horse's leg just above the hoof. LEl'LHOGELA. A shoot springing after a tree is cut down. LETLHOGONOLO. Blessed; a blessing; favour. LETLHOKOTLO. A knot in a stick or branch where a shoot or twig has been cut off. LETLHOliAGAlii'YANE. A little joining in a kaross. LETLHOl'LHOLO. A piece of the backbone of a slaughtered animal chopped off for cooking. LETLISA. Caus. ojletla. LETLODIN. Mo letlodiii, in a box. From letlole. LETL6L6L6. Cold, dark, wintry weather. LETLOlii'KANA. A black wolf or hyena. LETLOTLA. A house in bad re pair ; a standing ruin; a recent ruin ; a deserted house. LEl'LOLE. A box. Mo letlodiii, in a box. LETLOTLO. Abundance. A butcher bird. LETLOTLOBO. A snake skin; the scale of a fish ; a piece of skin pulled off after a scald, etc.

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LETLOYANA, A little box. LETSA. To play on an instrument with hands or mouth; to cause to sound. Go letsa melodi, to make a whistling noise. Go let sa tshipi, to ring a bell. LETSABATSABA. Many-coloured. LETSADI. A blood-bruise in the flesh of a animal ; a clot of blood in flesh, caused by a bruise. LETSAE. An egg. Used chiefly of a large egg, as of an ostrich. LErsAPA. Wearineas. L);TSATSA. A hole of a groundsquirrel.= Lotsatsa, Int. LETSATSI. The sun; a day. LETSE. Perj. of !ala, to lie down. 0 letse a tsile, he came yesterday. 0 la a letse go shwa, he was about to die ; he had lain down in prospect of death. E re letsefi re e bonye maabane, that which we saw yesterday. LETSEBA. A rock pigeon. LETSEBANA. A young rock pigeon. LETSELA. Cloth of European make. LETS:ELE. A grain of com ; a woman's breast. PZ. mabllle. No difference between the words except one of accent. LETSEMA. A picking, or plough. ing. Go ntshiwa letsema, picking is ordered by the chief. LETSETO. A group of gardens. LETSETSE. The mt of a louse. LETSHA. A lake; a vley; a saltpan. LETSHEGO. A blessing; a three foot ; a stone, etc., for a pot to stand on. JJETSHERE. See MATSHERE. LETSHETSE. A bubble. LE1'SIBOG6. A ford. LETSIDIDI. Cold; coldness. LETULADI. A silent person. LEUBA. Drought. LEUE=Letobo. LEU'rSANA. Used chiefly, if not entirely, in the pZ. mautsana. LEWATLA. A ea. LEWATLE. A sea. LEY:E. A stone (Bushman word). LEYELo. A spring-bare's hole. LEYWA. Pass. ofleba. LILE. Perf. oflea. Lo. You. Pers. pron. pZ. Part. of nouns beginning with lo. LoA. Poss. pron. Used with nouns in lo. LoA. ro bewitch; to poison ; to become thick, as porridge, etc. A difference only in accent. LoAGO. A building. LOALA. See LW ALA. LoAPI. The sky ; the firma ment ; the space below the clouds. Maru a a mo loapifi, the clouds which are in the sky. LoARO. An opening in a sore. LoATo. Increase. LoBA. To deny falsely that one has something; to conceal by lying ; to hide by deceit; to cut off a piece of the lower bowel of a slaughtered animal to be cooked for the head man of the family. LoBADI. A scar. LoBAKA. A time; a "bile; an opportunity; a space; room. Ke bonye lobaka, I am better. LoBAKANYANA. A little Lobaka. LOBALA. Tbat part of a belly between navel and br.ast-bone. =Motlhaba. LonALELo. 'rhe binding along the top of a lolwapa hedge, and the bottom of a house-thatch. LOBEANA=Lophegwana. LoHEBE. Cream. PZ. dipebe. LoBEKO. Contempt=SPgwadi. Lon:ELA. To deny of falsely to a person. 0 la a e ba lobela, he denied it to them; he hid it from them. LoBELELA. A sting. LoBELo. Speed; rapid pace.

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0 la a thuba lobelo, he ran fast. LOBESE. Mashi a !obese, new milk ; sweet milk ; milk not yet turned thick. Loni:Ti:. A spleen. LOBIANA. A frying-pan, Int. LOBILA=Mmila. LOBILANYANA=Mmilanyana. LoBILWE. Pelf. pass. of liiba. Concealed;'hidden. Di lobilwe flO biina, they are hidden from them. Dilii tse di lobilweii., hidden things. LonoA, A bare, treeless plain, or plot of land. Lononu. A chameleon; an ox's dewlap. LonoG6. Anything put into water to prevent it spilling when carried. LoBOLELA. A small bone be tween the eyes. Lon6LELA. A sting. Lon6NE. A candle ; a lighted stick, or torch ; a lamp. LoBONELA. A sting. LonoP6. A habit or formation natural to a person ; a crea tion ; a creature. Pl. dipopii. Lon6P6. 0 lobiipii, he has a high-ridged nose ; his nose has a high ridge. Loo6TA=Lomiita. LoBOTSANE. A flock of kids. LOBOTSARE. A swelling, chiefly found in the groin of a child ; a large boil. Lonu. Brack ground; a brack hollow where cattle lick; a chameleon. LOCHEGA. A purging; diarrhcea. LocHo. Fat for smearing LocHWAO. A mark on an animal denoting ownership ; a brand. Loco. A tribe. Pl. dico. A custom ; a habit of an indi vidual or a people. LocoPOTLA. Mud. L6cwA. Pass. ofliipa. LocwAL6. The diaphragm. Lonr. The innermost bark of a thorn tree, used for making twine ; a cord. Pl. dinti. LonrwA. Pass. oflotsa. LoDULE. Peace; contentment; state of quiet living. Loi:LELA. To be nice, or tasty (used of food and drink) ; to taste (generally used of a nice taste). LOELETSA. To make nice, tasty, or J?alatable. LoESEGA. To be bewitched, or possessed ; to be possessed with a strong desire to do something. Loi:T6. A journey. Pl. dinyetii and diketii. LOE1'SE. See LWETSE. Loi:TSE. A bob of hair; hair in a plait or bob. LoG A. To plait; to weave. Go loga maanii, to plan, to devise plans. LoGABA. Empty or hollow from hunger ; emptmess from hun ger. LOGADIGADI. Wide spreading and glittering, as a large lake. LOGADUIA. Lightning. LoGAGA. A cliff; a hole or cave in a cliff. LoGAGANA. A smalllogaga; to become twisted or intertwined. LOGAGANYA, To twist or intertwine. LoGAGANYE. Perf. of logagana. LoGAGU. A rut or furrow made by rain ; a shallow gully; a crack in a wall, etc. ; a fissure. LoGALA. Wild -looking. Por ridge made with sweet milk. LoGAM6. Milch. Used of cows and goats. LoGAPA. Logapaloa khudu, the shell of an ostrich. LOGARE. A razor. LOGATA. A skull. Pl. dikgata. LoGAU. A deafening noise; a loud scream; a lion's roar. 0 logau, he makes a startling noise. LOGECWE. Perf. pass. oflogela.

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LonEniWA. Pass. oflogetsa. LoBETLA. A portion of foud; a mussel shell, Int. ; wide.apreailing, as a sheet of water, Int. LoGE'fSA. To drop in, as oil, medicine, etc. LoGJLE. Perf. ofloga. LOGO DU. Vegetable food, cooked and mashed. LoG6G6. The akin or crust on culd porridg-e ; bread crust ; a scab. Pl. dikgogo. LoGOHE. 'fhe tlat part of an open hand, including the fingers ; the palm of a hand. LOGOKO. A bhwk patch of burnt grass having new grass in it. LoG6L6. A shrub with daisy like ftowers; an evergreen shrub having yellow ftowers. LOGONYANA. A small piece of wood ; a small snake resem bling a bit of dry wood, Int. LOGONYEN. Mo logonyeii, ou or in the wood. Loao:N. A piece of wood. Pl. dik11oii. Loa6P6. A rib. Pl. dikgopo. Logiipo loa go hela, the shurt rib. LoGORA. A hedge made with bushes. LOGWA. Pass. ofloga. LOGWADI. A kind of large hawk which makes a screeching noise. Pl. mankgwedi. LoGWERE. A green tree-snake, not very poisonous. LOGWETE. Any part with hair or wool removed; a skin having no hair or wool. LOHAHA. A feather. Pl. dipba ha .. LoHAKA. The part remaining of a broken thing. LoHAilE. A bone in the lower part of an arm ; the bone in the front leg of animal above the momo ; a bone used fur a trumpet. Pl. diphare. LOHARO. A cleft in a rock, or hetween two flat stones, or two lingers; a gorge between two mountains; an opening in a river's bank where cattle ean go down to drink. Pl. dipha.ro. LoHATA. Dikgobe tsa lohata, boiled corn. LOHATSA. A splinter; a chip; a mote. LOHATSANA. A little lobatsa. LoHE. Which? Used with nouns in lo. LoH:EL6. A broom; a besom. LoHE1'LHO. A pronged stick for stirring food; a herb which is supposed to cause cattle to thrive; the flower on a mealie stalk. Pl. diphetlho. LoHJHIRI. Cartilage; the navel cord of an animal. LoHOKA. 'l'he scent of rain. LoHoKo. Ua lohoko= Ua tse nwa, Int. LoHOROTLO. Bare, as a tree without leaves; stripped, as a person ; deprived of, as lt per son who has had losses; bereft, as of children. LoHUBA. Severe chest com-plaint ; consumption. LoHUKA. A wing. Pl. diphuka. LoHUMA. Poverty; want. LoHUMO. Wealth; riches; trea-sure. LoHUREDI. The soft part on the edge of a blade-bone. LOILE. Perf. of loa. Diyo tse di loileii, thick, or substantial food. LOILWE. Pe1j. pass. of liia. Diyo tse di loilweii, food con nected with heathen rites. LoiSA. Caus. of loa. 'fo cook food until it is thick. LOKA. To ftavour; to season with salt. LOKABO. A notch in o. knife, phtte, etc. LOKADU. A space under an overhanging rock. LOKALA. A number of camelthorn trees. z

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LoKASIE. A location, Int. LOKELELA. To till up, as a. pot in which soft food is boiling and sinks down ; to cram with words and go on talking. LOKGAIIA. A small hill. LOKGABANA. A small stone; a pebble. Pl. makgabana. LoKGEitE. A dry, waterless country. LOKGOBE. A pool of trampled water; a muddy pool. LoK.GOPO. Crooked. LoKGWARAPANA=Lokgarapana. LOKGWARE. A male springbuck. LoKHADU. An egg-shell, or piece of egg-shell of fow 1 or bird. LoKHEHE, Light in texture ; brittle. LOKHIBE. A group of mokhibe trees, lnt. LoKHUK.HWA. Lokhukhwa loa bonche, a drove of ostriches L 0 K H UTL O. Hump-backed; having a stooping gait ; going along with head bent down. LoKOCWANA=Lomiitana. LoKOLOLA. To break, or cut off at a joint; to alter the position of meat in pot by putting that at the top which was at the bottom. LoKOPO. A sickness in goats whiclt makes them as if mad. LoKORO. A piece of wood bent like a bow. LoKOTLA. To break to pieces or splinters. LoKOTLEGA. To become broken to pieces, or splintered. Used of meat when thoroughly ten der. Used of a person when utterly exhausted, or fatigued. LoKOl"SA. To sweeten the mouth; to remove a bad taste from the mouth; to dry up saliva when too abundant. LoKOYE. The collar of a kaross; the hem of a moses. Lmw. A number of mok11 thorn trees. LOK.URWANA. A stony co11ntry. LoK.WAJIO. A skin bag. LoKWALO. A writing; a book; a letter. LoLUt:A. To go straight to a place. LoLAMISA. Oaus. of lolama= Siamisa.. LoLE. Perf. oflwa. LoLF;A. Empty. LOLEME. A tongue. Pl. diteme. LoLENWANA. A tonsil; a uvula. LoLESE. Smallness of stomach or chest, as from hunger, or rapid growth. LoLOLA. To speak nicely. LoLORA. wake away with a person's things by wasting or eating ; to take things from a person and give them away. LOLWALA. A stone for grinding on ; a nether millstone ; n mill. LoLWAPA. The front court, or yad of a house; the hedge of a front yard. LoMA. To bite; to sting; to cup ; to eat the firstfrnits. Pass.loii.wa. Golomaii.waga, to begin a new year. Go loma tsebe, to speak secretly to, to !five information to, as of an mtended Lo)!AGANA. To be united; to be joined together. LOMAGANYA. To unite; to join together. LoMAMA. Withered berries that have died on the tree. LOMANA. To bite each other; to fit together nicely, as two pieces of wood. Lo.MANYA. To fix two pieces of wood, etc., nicely together. LOMAO. A needle, or long awl for sewing skins; a needle. LoMAPO. A peg; a nail. LoMATI. A board; a plank; a table ; a desk. Lomati lo lo kwalelaii., a writing desk, or tablet. LOMA"r&ANA. A smalllomati.

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LoliATSANYANA. A very small lornati. LOMEGA. To become bitten; to have blood drawn by cupping; to cnp. LmiEGELELA. Go lomegelela mahoko, to make a false ac cusation against. LoliEGELELWA. To be falsely 1tccused. Used alo of a co1v which takes another cow's calf after Iter own has died, and also of the calf so taken. Kgo mo e lomegelelwa namane, the co1v suckles a calf not her own. Namaue e lomegclelwa kgomo, the calf sucks a cow not its own mother. L o M :E G w A = Lomcgelelwa. Kgomo e tla lomegwa namane, the cow will give suck to a calf not its own. Namaue e tla lomegwa kgomo, the calf will be brought up by a cow not its own mother. LOllEKU. A piece of the rind of sweet reed. Pl. dimeku. LoltELA. To fix or let in, as one piece of wood into another ; to mortie ; to bore a hole in an alw handle for the axe. LonELETSA. To deprive a person of an animal by letting it wan on unchecked when one might have turned it back; to leave cattle alone and suffer them to wauder. LOliEPA. A piece of honeycomb with honey in it. LomPI. Fatty membrane en closing the bowel; a peri toneum; a caul. LolHJI'ANA. A little wall. Lol!OLOGA. To become separatP. Lol!OI.OGANA. To separate mu-tually. LoliOLOGANYA. To cause to septtrate. LoxoLOGANYE. Perf. of lomologana. LoxoLOLA. To separate; to be come separate. LoliOL:EL.\. To separate for. Lol!OLELWA. To be sepat"ated fur. LoltoLOTSA. To cause to sepa rate. Lol!ONOKO. A difficult or steep place in a hill or cliff. LoM6TA. A wall; the wall of a house. LOl!O'l'ANA. A little wall. LoNA. Ye; you. Personal pl'O noun, third person plural. LONAKA. A horn; a tusk. LONAKANA. A little horn. LONALA. A nail of a finger or toe ; a spur of a cock. LONAMAGADI. A number of females. LONAO. A foot. LONAO. See LoNAO. LoNKO. A pleasant smell; !t taste ; a llavour. LoNOKGO. The thin end of a tsambok, Int. LONONA. A number of males. LoNYACO. A byword; contempt; contemptuousness; dihonour. LONYALO=Dinyalo. LONYANA. :Many children. Lo:&ANA. Wormwood. LoNANALE. Dry makatane ; dried fruit. Lo:&ocwANA. Dim. of lomota. LONOLA. Moisture ; dampness ; damp ground after rain. Lo:&o t:E. A channel; a gully; a dP<'P ditch. Lo:&w ,\. Pass. of loma. L66u6. A shed at a chief's kgotla; a shelter made of poles. Loonu. See Lonu. LOODll'SE. Pmf. oflootsa. LooKA. A grove of white-thorn ttees. LooKWANE. Oil; the oil of fat. Lo6NYANA. A flock of lambs. Looro. Dimness. Letsatsi lo looto, the suo is dim. Looto loa the dimness caused by a cloud of smoke. LoorsA. 'l'o sharpen ; to grind

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on a grindstone. Perf. looditse. Pass. luodiwa. LOOTWANA. A little looto. LOPA. To ask; to ask for; to beg; to beg from ; to ask a favour. Perf. lopile ; pass. locwa and lopiwa. LoPALALA. To stand or be up right. LoPALO. A scabby disease in sheep and goats. LoPANE. A large edible cater pillar, Int. Lobaka lo se lo pane, a very short time or distance. LoPAPA. A shallow pool of rain water. LOPARA. The upper and inner part of the thigh of a man and male animal. Not used of a female. LoPARWANA. Diarrhrna in sheep. LoP :E Negatwe particles of nouns in lo. Ga go na there is not. one. LoPETLEKE. and shallow, as a pool or large vessel. LOPHATLO. Half of a stone di vided so ns to have sharp half of a lekata.ne, etc.; a 1 iece cut off lengthwise. LoPHEGO. A large piece of a broken platter, etc., still of some use. J.oPHEGWANA. A little lophegii. LOPILE. Perf. ofliipa. LOPIWA. Pass. oflopa. J,opo. Lopo ea tlhobiilii, a gun barrel (hybrid). L6ItA. To dream; to dream about. LoRAGA. Mud. The edible part inside game bones. LoRAGO. A large hinder part or fundament of a person. LORAKO. A wall, a.a of stones; a stone dyke. LoRAPO='I'hapii. LoRATA. A loud or startling noise or shout. LoRATLA=Lorata. J,oRATO. Love. LoltE. A spea.r handle ; a long staff. Pl. dinthe. Lore loa gatwa, the crooked is made, or can be ma.de, straight. Pula ga e gate lore lokgiipii, the rain is very gentle. LoR:EME. Young grass; unripe or watery. Used of pus, etc. Lou:EPil. Too wet, as clay with too much water in it. LORIBA. An overhanging fore head, as of a baboon. Used of a bow on wagon tent to give shade. LoRILE. Pe1j. of Liira. L oR ITO Stewed meat well stirred up. LOROLE. Dust. Pl. dithole. LOROLENYANA. Fine dust. Loi
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go:tt'd bow('l, and a musical instrument made from it. Mathe a losiba, the expectora tion of pneumonia. Madi a losiba, blood flowing out in :t jet. LoSIKA. A vein ; an artery; a sinew; a family; a generatiun. Pl. ditshih. LosrRE. A poke, or screen for the eyes, used by boya\e girls ; a poke, or shade for sore eyes. Losa=Loshe. LoSHA. New. With nouns in lo. Lo le losba, new. LOSHABA. A people; a tribe. LOS HA I. Naked; destit-ute. LOSHALABA= Moduduet$a. LOSHANE. A pointed stick ; a stick used to stab dikgeiiwe in a game. Pl. dincbaae. LosHE. A bush creeoing plant having edible bulb-like fruit called lerakancbane. LosHEKEDI. A famine. Death. LosHiiKii. Perversity. 0 loshii kii, he is perverse. !JosHULii=Lesbnlo. LosHWABii. Dried meat. Some times used of dried grass and dried fruit. LosHWAELA. A skeleton of ani mal or person. LoSHWAO. Stewed meat well stirred up. LiiTA. To grind, or p'lund to powder ; to walk or run grace fully or proudly. LoTEDE, Very red blood in dysentery. LOTERE=Chucbwa. LOTHA. Sinew or muscle of a lean animal; thin membrane; a temporary house or tent. Lol'HEKA. The loins; the lower part of body all round. 'l'o destroy ; to kill. LonATLANA. Dusk; even; P:trly evening; evening twi light. LuTLAWA. A long string of b9ads ; a string of beads round the loins. LOTLAWA:SA. A little lotlawa; a of hanging beads. LOTLEGA. 'l'o become destroyed; to tell secret news ; to give an inkling of a thing. LOTLEGELA. To tell secret news to. Lol'LHAA = Lotlhaea. LOTLHABO. A thing to piorcA with ; a fork for taking meat out of a pot. LoTLHABULA. The rainy season ; the time when grass is abun dant. LoTLHAEA. A jaw; :t jawbone of animals and human beings. LOTLHAGARE. A reaped garden ; picking ground in winter. LoTLHAKA. A reed ; a corn -stalk. 0 dule lotlh:tka, his bowel has come down, as in dysentery. Lotlbaka loa d kgama, a troop of hartebePots. LOTLHAKORE. A person's side; the side of a thing. LO"I'LHALE. A place for drying makatane. LonHANA. To quarrel with each other. Lol"LHANELA. Ba le ba mo lo tlhanela, they helped him in the quarrel. LOTLHANY A. To cause to quar rel ; to stir up strife; to se dissension by circulating stmies ; to bP a buybody. LOTLHANYE. Pel"(. of lotlhana. LOTLHAIIAPA. A "dead tr('e still standing and having branches ; a thick dry stump. LOTLHARAPANA. A little lotlba rapa. LonniiKWA. Lotlhiikwa loa bo.vaii, a tall stalk or stem of grass. LoTLHONO. A piece of meat cut off thA side of an otnimal before it is disembowelled ; a wooll v tuft a well brayed skin.

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LO'rr.HiiTLHii. 0 lotlhOtlho. Used of a person who take back what he has lent before 1 he t.ime fixed has expired. LOTLHWARE. A grove of olive trees. LoTLOA. A net. LoTLiil'ii. The comb of a cock or LiiTLWA. Pass. ofliitla. Lol'oBii. Haze ; haziness. LoTOLOTSA. To makA very care-ful inquiry about; to iuvesti-gate carefully. LoTOXA. A number of males. LoTSA. To play upon a wind instrument-; to sound a trum pet. Go lotsa moludi, to in a shrill note. LiiTSAHALA. To become deceitful, or untruthful; to prevari
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breasts. Difference only in accent. MABELEBELE. Clothed in all sorts of things, as a madman, or heathen doctor. MABI. Pl. of bobi. MABOA. Pl. ofleboa. MABOANE. A little maboe. MABODI. Pl. oflebodi. MABOE. A kind of small hare. MAB6G6. Pl. of lecoga. MABOGISHO. Sufferinga: aftlictions. MAB6K6. Pl. ofboboko. MA BOLE= Macwele. l.\1ABOLELA. Pl. of lobolela. Mab"lela l::ela, idle talk. MABOLELELA. Mabolelela rure, true statements. MABOLOBOLO. Pl. of lebolo bolo. MAIIORWANA= Mamphorwana. MABOTE. Internal wounds, or bruises, or soreness. MAB<:JTSA. A marriage fpast. MABOTSAJIE. A f!<:Jck of kids. M.t.BU. Nwana oa mabu, the sole surviving child. MABUCWAPELE. Firstfruits. MABUDUCHO. Gleanings. MACHE. Pl. Q(leche. MACH RN= Matsheii. MACHO A fast pace; a quick race. MACHOCHO. Pl. of lechocho. MACHOO. Pl. of leroo. MACHWAGO. Pl. oflechwago. MACHWAHO. Pl. oflechwaho. MACHWARWA. Pl. of lechwa-rwa. MACHWE. Pl. o.flechwe. MACOLO. Pl. of lecolo. MACOPETLA. Pl. Qf Jecopet\a. MACORWANE. Pl. oflecorwane. MACWABUDU. Pl. oflecwabudu. li1ACWAKACWAKE. A jumble ; a confused mess; a hodgepodge (of food). MACWECWENO. Sap. Fatoozing from an unused cooking vessel. MACWELA.. Pl. of lecwela.. Olf spring. MAcw'ELE. Pl. oflecwele. MACWELECOKO. Fraud, lnt. MACWELECWELE. Pl. of lecwelecwe\e. Immense numbers; of people. MADAAGOTLHE=Thukgwi, lnt. MAD!. Blood. Money. MADIBA. Pl. of lediba. MADILA. Pl. of bodila. MADILOTSANA. A number of animals of tilotsana colour. MA.DILOTSANE. A certain hill in the interior. Baea madilotsane, they go away with no hope of returning. MADIKWEN. A solitary male gira.ffe. MADI:-IYANA. Pl. ofledinyana.. MADISHo. Herding or grazing places. -................ _._, ________ MADULo. Sitting places. MADUMEDI. Pl. ofledumedi. MADUO. Wages; payment. Used only in plural. MAE. Pl. oflee. MAEBA. Pl. of lee ha. Pl. Qfleeba.na. MAEBEBE. and hanging down, as the bra.nches of an overhanging tree, Int. MAi:Mo. Pl. of boemo. MAEREGO. An easy-going one; one easily imposed upon ; a believer in everybody. MAEREGWANE = Maerego. MAGAALA. Reckless, lnt. MAGABADITSANE. Pl. of moga-baditsane. MAGABONA. Their homes. MAGADI. Pl. ofbogadi. MAGAGU. Pl. oflogagu. MAGAGUGAGU. Many cra.cks,etc. l\IAGAKABE. Pl. ofmogakabe. MAGAKGALA. Stars c0ming ont at daybreak; very early dawn; .sharp clouds. Mahnbe a magakga.la, the very first rays of daylight. MAGAKWA. Pl. oflegakwa. MAGALA. Pl. of legala. MAGAT.ANE. A yellowish snake, black under the mouth.

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MAGALAPA. The roof of a mouth. MAGALAPANYANA=Magala.pa. MAGALE. Pl. of bogale. l\1aga le nou.bedi, two-edged. MAGAMUGAMU. A watery swell. ing. MAGANO. The words spoken, or the talking of those at a dis tance, and heard indist.inctly. Go atanya magano, to speak at cross MAGAPU. Pl. qf)t>gapu. lllAGARIPA. M a. e .,. mngaripa, stones with sharp cutting eclges. liiAGARE. Pl. oflegare. MAGETLA. Pl. of lt>getla. IIIAGOANA. Pl. ofleg<,ana. MAGoB:E. Pl. ofmogobe. MAGODU. Pl. oflegudn. 1\IAGOGO. Pl. ofbogogti. MAGOGWE. A kiud of small vi-cious wild animal. MAGOKO. Pl. qflt>goko. MAGOKON. r oung locusts nearly ready to ftv. MAGOLA. Pl. of legola.. MAGOLE. Pl. of bogole. M AGOLOLO. Pl. of legololo. MAGOME=Masbome. MAGOMEAGOME = Mashomeashome, numberless. MAGOPA. Pf. oflegopa. MAGOPELO. Pl. of legopClo. MAGOI!OGO. Pl. ofbogorogo. MAGOROl!ECHO. Mediciue used, u.s rrgot of rye. MAGOSANA. Pl. ofkgosana. MAGOTE. Botlhoko yoa magote, fever. MAG01'LHO. Pl. of legotlho. MAGOLO. Pl. oflegolo. MAGOTUTUA. Pl. oflegotutua. MAGOU. Pl. oflegou. MAGWAGWA. Pl. oflegwagwa. MAGWAKA. Pl. oflegwHka. MAGWARA=Mn.l{wata, Int. MAGWATA. Rough ; uneven ; untutored; ignorant. MAGWATLAPA. Pl. of legwa tlaJ-a. MAGWE. See MliiAGWE. 111AGWELE1'LHA. Pl. of legwelP t.lha. 0 dihile nongweletlha, he ha.e done crooked things, or thiugs which are not right. MAGWEYANA. Pl. oflegweyana. MAHALO. Scrapings. MAHAltATLHATLHA. In a con-fused or disorderly state. MAHATLA. Pl. qf lehatla. 0 mahatla., he is bald. MAHATLHA. Pl. of mohatlha, and lehatlba. MAIIATSHE. Pl. oflehatsbe. A number of lehele bucks. MAHELEPE. Swelled. MAHELO. Pl. of helo. 111AHERECOKO. A jumble or confusion. MAHEREHERE. Pl. of lehere-here. 111AHETLA. Pl. of lebetla. MAHIKA. Pl. of lehika. MAHIRIRI. Cartilage; cartilage of ribs. No sing. MAHISA. Pl. oflehisa. Increase of lent cattle. 111AHODILE. Indistinctly ; not clearly (of hearing). Ba utlwa mahodile, they hear intlis tinctly. MAHOHORA. Pl. oflebobora .. MAHOilWANA= Mamphorwana. MAROKO. Pl. oflehoko. News. MAHOKWANA. A number of he-goats. MAHOTLHO. Pl. qf!Photlho. MAHUI!A. The whole of the chest; the upper part of the body. MAHUBE. Red sky; red tinge in the sky; joints of meat. MAHUBEHUBE. Very red. 1\[a. hubebube a dinama, many joints of mPat; much meat. MAHUMO. Pl. oflobumo. MAHUPU. Pl. oflehupu. MAHUPUHUPU. Swelled and bruised through being beaten. MAHURA. Fat. 1\IAHURE=Segotlo, Int.

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MAHUTI. PI. oflehuti, MAHUl'O. Pl. oflehuto. 1\iAHUTSANA. Pl. of bohutsana. MAIBA. Pl. ofleiba. MArBI. A swoon. l\1AIIH. A superior kind of Kafir corn ; millet. MAIKAELJl:LO. Pl. ofboikaelelo. MAIKANCHO. Pl. of boikancho. MAIKANO. Pl. ofikano. MAIKEOLO. Diversities of opinions ; heresies. MAIKEPO. Pl. ofboikepo. MAIKUTLWO. Pl. of boikutlwo. MAILA. Pl. of moila. MAIN A. Pl. of leina. MAINANE. Pl. ofleinane. MAINANYANE. A few names. MAIO. Pl. of leio. MAIPEI. Pl. qfleipei. MAIPELO. Pl. ofmoipelo. MAtPHETLHo. Pl. ofboiphetlhO. MAISHO. Pl. ofleiho. MAITIROLO. First-born of babes aml animals, but chiefly of the latter. No singular. Nwana oa maitibolo, the first-born child. MAI'I"ISHO. Pleasant conversa-tion; friendly clntt. MAI'l'LHAPEJ.o. Pl. of leitlhapelo. MAITLHAPEillSHO. Luxuries. MAtTLH6. Pl. qfleitlho. MAITJ.HOMO. Pl. of boitlhomo. MAITLHOM6. Pl. of boitlhomo. l\iArr6K6. Pl. ofboitoko. MAITSEANAPE. Pl. of moitseanape. MAI'l'SEOANAPE. Pl. of moitse oanape. MAITSEBOA=Maitsiboea.. MAI"l'SIBOEA. Evening time ; about sunset ; this afternoon. l\IAIY AD!. Pl. ofleiyadi. MAIYANE. Pl. of hoiyane. MAKABA. Pl. oflekaba. MAKAKA = Masetlhaoka. MAKAKABA, Pl. oflekakaba. MAKALARA. Larga. Ued of eyes. 'l'hiallll. MAKANOKANO=Ma.kenokeno. MAKANYANA. Pl. of lekanyana. MAKAPE. Pl. of leka.pe. l\1AKATANA. Pl. of sekatana. MAKATA:-IE. Pl. oflekatane. MAKA1'LA. Pl. of lekatla. MAKAU. Pl. oflekau. MAKAUANA. Pl. oflekauttna. MAKAUDI, Pl. oflekaudi. MAKE DJ. Pl, of lekedi. MAKEKETE. Rough, or with small notches on the edge, as a knife, etc. MAKENOKENO. Capricious; chaugeable. MAKETE. Pl. oflekete. MAKGABANA. Pl. of lokgabana =Mayana. MAKGABE. Strings covering the nakedness of children and heathen women. MA KGA BETLA. Thin slices, l'r small pieces of meat, wood, etc. MAKGABETLELA. Minced meat; meat chopped in very small pieces. MAKGABI. Pl. oflekgabi. MAKGADI. Pl. of lekgadi. MAKGAEGE. Stones with sttwlike edges, Int. MAKGAGOKGAGO. Rags; very ragged garments. MAKGAKGA. Audttcious ; im-pudent; forward ; impudence. MAKGALO. Pl. ofmokgalo. MAKGAMA"l'HA. Dirt, or dirtines from being smudged with milk, etc. ; lilt h, or filthiness; gr<'ase, etc., on unwashed pots; excess. MAKGANATHA= Makgamat.ha. MAKGAPHA. An abomiuation ; abominable. 0 mttkgapha= 0 mahwe. MAKGARAPANA. Pl. of lekgara pana. MAKGAREBE. Pl. oflekgarebe.

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1\IAKGASA. Tatters ; hanging tdps of old ga.rments. MAKGASANA. Old, tattered gar ments hanging in strips. MAKGATHI. Pl. of lekgathi. !Swarms of locusts. MAKGATHIKGATHI. Ba ikgaoganya makgathikgathi, they divide themselves into parties or groups. MAKGATLHANO. Pl. of kgatlhanO. MAKGFmA. Much torn; ragged. MAKGi:LE. Pl. oflekgele. MAKGEME. Watery; always run-ning. Used of eyes. MAKGi:N'wi:. Pl. 111AKGETH6. Pl. oflekgetbii. MAKGICTHU. P/. of lekgethu. MAKGOA. Pl. of lekgiia. liiAKGOBA. Pl. oflekgiiba. 1\IAKGOHOLO. '!'hat which is brought up by belching; the oft'sconring. From kgobJia. MAKGOLA= MHkgat)a, MAKGOLELA. A certain position of the dice. MAKGOLO. Pl. of legolo. HunMAKG6Mi: = Leshwe. Filth: dirt. MAKGOXOKO= Leshwc. MAKGONWANA. Pl. o.f bokgo:iiwana. MAKGOPE=Lopalii. MAKGOTLA. Go tlhaha makgotl.a, to restless ; to move from place to place when lying down, as one in pain. MAKGOWANF.. A kind of eagle. MAKGWAHO. Pl. oflekgwaho. MAKGWAKGWA. Pl. of lekgwa kgwa. }fAKGWARA. Pl. of bokgwara. }IAKGWAltAPANA. Pl. of lekgwa rapana. MAKGWERE. Ke ye)e makgwe re, I am confused ; I have for gotten it through a confused !wad. liiAKIIAllA. Pl. of lekhaha. MAKIIAHE=Makautsana, Int. MAKHOA. Pl. of lekhiia. 1\IAKHONKHOBE. Pl. of lekho nkhohe. MAKHUE. Pl. oflekhue. MAKHUBU. Pl. oflekhubu. MAKHUYANA. Pl. oflekhuyana. MAKHWAHO. Pl. of lekbwaho. MAKIKIANA. Pl. ofmokikiana. MAKITLANO. Pl. of lekitl.anii. MAKOA. Pl. of bokiia and lekiia. MAKOHO. Pl. oflekobo. MAKOKO. Pl. of lekiikii. MAKOLOI. Many wagons. MAKOLOLWANA. Pl. of lekiiliilwana. liiAKOKOMA. Pl. oflekiikiima. MAKOLONKWANE. Pl. of leko Jonkwane. MAKOLWANE. Pl. of lekolwane. MAKOLWANYANE. Pl. of leko Jwanyane. MAKOPANELO. The meeting or joining places. MAK6Ti:. Pl. oflekiite. MAKU. Pl. ofmoku. MAKUBELO. The last milk in a sack, which needs shaking to get it out. MAKUKA. Pl. oflekuka. liiAKUKU. Just when dawn gins ; before daylight; at cock crow. MAKUKUNOPU. Ridges, or swell ings with ridges between. MAKULA Coolies (hybrid). MAKUMAGANYANE. Divisions; parties ; isolated groups, or families. MAKUNANTSHANE. A few people remaiuing after the greater part have left. MAKHWAHO. Pl. oflekhwalw. li1AKWAKWA. Pl. of lekwakwa. MAKWALO. Pl. oflekwalii. MAKWATI. Pl. o.flekwati. MAKWEJ,E. Pl. oflekwele. MAKwi:ri:. Pl. oflekwete. MAKWETEKWIO. Pl. oflekwetekwiii. MAKWIKEDITRHEGO. Roughness, Int. MuA. Pl. of lela and bola.

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M.u . IJHDI. See 1\hrALAI!ADl. :MALAO. Pl. of bolaii. Lecholii )a malaii, a hunting party sleeping out one night. MALATSI. Pl. of lPts>ttsi. MALEA. Pl. ofbolea. MAI.EBAGAN. Similarity in ap-pearance. MALERELEBE. Any part.icular place not mentioned by name. MALEBOGO. 'l'hanks; thank-offerings. liiALEHU. Pl. oflelehu. MALELAKOKWANE. Vultures. MALELE=Mabebe. MALELE. Pl. of bolC!e. MALENWANA. Pl. oflolei1wana. MALEO. Pl. of MAI.EPA. Pl. of lele:pa. MALEPE. Ba ba tshcla malcpe, t.hey go to help others in pick ing, having finished their own -plots. MALETLA Mutual likings; friendships. MALO BA. Lately; a short time ago. MALO BAAMAA BANE. The day be fore yesterday. MALOBOLOBO. Drenched; satumted. MALOKO. Pl. of boliikii. MALOKOLOLO. Pl. of lelokololii. MAI.OMA. An uncle; a IUOther's brother, younger or older. Maloma. n. 'fan, 'fan's uncle. J\IALOMAAGO. Your uncle; thy uncle. His uncle. MALOMAAYO. Your uncle. MHoliE. My uncle. 1\l.uoMm. See MMALOMMI. MALONWAI(E. Hard-hearted; trea.cherous. MALWAPA. Pl. oflolwapa. Pl. of bol"'etse. MutAGWAI. A kind of lizard. MAMAISA. To use a weak thing carPfully ; to be careful of a weu.k thing. MHIALALA. To go quickly; to go without stovping. MUIALALELA. To go to without stopping. MAMAIIELA. To stick to; to cleave to. MAMATHWANE. A bat. Pl. bo mamat.hwane. MAMA'fLELELA. To repair, or biud up a weak or broken thing. MAliiENA. Pl. oflemena. MA MINA. Mucus from tbe noe. Mnnsr. A solitary male giraffe. MAMMPA. Meruti e le mammpa, the shadows leng'hen towards tlJC east; it is getting evening time. MAMOGOLO. An aunt; motlwr's elder si-ter. MH!OSHO. After dawn, and be-fore sunrise. liiAMPAMOSIDI. A diviner, lnt. MAMI'AMO'rHO. A. diviner, Int. Mnii'HOI\0. PI. oflPmphoL"O. MAMPHOIIWANA. Pl. of lempho-rWRilR. MANA. To clry. l\lana a dinose, honeycomb with lanre in it. MAI(AKE. A star near the onthern cross. MAI(AMAMETSA. To help that which fails; to supply that which is lacking. MANANA. Young; tender; green. Mabele a manana, green, or tender corn. MANATHO. Marks in food where some has been taken out. 11-IA N A'!'I,A. Pl. qf bonatbt. MANCHE. Pl. ofboncbe. MANCHO=KH tie ke itse, with a dew to ; in order that; and then. MANCWE. Pl. qf lencwe. }lANE. Four. Mushome mane, forty. Mashome a le mane, forty. MANEGA. To fasten or paste on; to overlay. MANEGJI,E. Perf. of man.ga. He se manegileii gouda, that which is overlaid with gold.

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MANEGWA. Pas ... o.fmaega. :M ANEL6. Mane!C a dipodi le dinku, the time for giving the kidg and lambs to their mo thers; afternoon. J!'rom nela. MAN El' E. See MMANETE. MANKGWEDI. Pl. of nkgwedi and logwedi. MANKGOLU. A word PxprPsRing scorn or derision. M>Lnkgolu a motho, the shadow of a man; a la.zy and useless person. MANKOPA. The loins. MANKU. Many sheep. MA..,KWITSIPI. The loins; the back part. MANNK. Perf. ofmana. MAN NO. Pl. of bonno. MANO. See MANNO. MANOKWANE. Pl. ofbonokwane. MANOLOGA. To arise; to get. up; to become loose, or detached, as stones from a cliff. MANOLOLA. To raise up, as a stone with a lever; to force up. as a fast stone; to loosen ; t.o pull off, a.s paper from a wall. M ANON. Pl. of lenoii. MAN6:N6N6:N6. Anguish ; sor row of heart; sensatims caused by tickling= Masisi. Maniiiioniiiio a pelo, heaviness of heart through sorrow. MANONONONO= Manoiiiinoiiii. MANOTO. Pl. ofleniitii. MANTLOPANE. Pl. qfntlopa.ne. MANTSABANE=MatsabanP. MANTAACHWENE. Pl. of Jentaachwene. MANTsi:Tsi:. Pl. of lentsetse. }I ANTS HA. Caus. of mana. 11-IANTSI. Many. MA:VYA. Pl. of lenya. SqarP. Go ya manya, to bP troubled, or wearied out. Go ba yesa. manya, tu persecute, or annoy them. MANYAMA. AuspiciouR. U mo lomo o manyama. Used of a person who har:l wished anothPr well, and whose wishes had been fulfilled. MANYAPBIRJ. Pl. qflenyapbiri. MANYEBA. Internal soreness of body through a burdPn, etc. MANYEDI. Pl. MANYEDIANA. Pl. of lenyedi ana. 'l'he mumps. MANYEDIYEDI. The lights of many fires. No singula.r. MANY EKETSHANE. Pl. of lenyekethane. MANYEL6. Pl. oflenyelii. MANYEMUNYEMU. Very wet; drenched ; saturated. MANYENA. Pl. of lenyena. MANYERE. Much cooked, as meat; much cooked and still watery, as boiled corn; sod den. MANYERENYi:Ri:. Very wet; drenched; saturated. MANYETO. Pl. of lenyetii. MAN ? Who ? Kgomo e ke ea ga maii? whose ox is this ? MANA. Pl. o.f leiia. MANANA. Pl. of 1noiiana and leiiana. MANATANA. Beef steak; fleshy pieces of meat cooked in tbe kgotla. MANAU. Pl. ofleiiau. MANMAN. Whosoever. MANODU. Pl. qf leiiodu. M ANOLE. Pl. of leiiiile. MANONOBADI. Pl. of leiiofiobadi. MANWANA. An aunt; mother's yonnger sister. MANWANE. My aunt. MA:Nw ATHO = Manatho. MAO. A woman's private parts. Used as a curse. MAODI. Pl. ofleodi. MAOKA. Pl. ofmooka. MAOKANA. Pl. of mookana. MAOliA. Boyale songs. MAOMA. Pl. qfleiima. MAONYANA. Pl. ofloiinyana. MAO'l'A. A group of MAOTI,HO. Pl. of leiitlhii. MAmo. Pl. of lekoto. MAOl'WANA. Pl. o.fleotwana. MAOWAN. Pl. ofleowaii.

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MAPAPA. Corn withered by sun or frost. No singular. MAPAWA. Steep cliffs. MAPHAGA. Much torn; tatters. Si'11g. and pl. MAPHAKELA=Malroku. MAPHAK.WANE. Very fooliRh; not knowing what one does. MAPHARA. Widely di.touded, as nostril. MAPHATA. Cloven, as a hoof. M.HHOI. Pl. of lAphoi. MAPHOKO. Froth left on the ground by receding water, etc. MAPH01'0. Pl. ojlephoto. MAPHUIIWANA. Pl. of lephur-wana. MAPHUTSE. Pl. of\ephutse. MAPIN. Pl. of lepiii. ?tfAPOliO. Pieces cut off. MAPONO. The Mat11bele. MAPONYE. A male springbuck. MARA. Pl. ofbora. 'l'o distort, or misrepresent words or acts. MARABARABA. Pl. oflerabaraba. MAtiADU. PI .. of leradu. MA RAG A. Pl. of moraga. MARAGARAGA. Very muddy; dripping wet; very abundant, or plentiful, as provisions for a big feast. MARAGO. The binder parts. Pl. of lerag(i and le.ago. The bottom of a pot, woLden dish, etc. MARAKA. Pl. of leraka. A market (hybrid). MARAKANCHANE. Pl. of letakanchane. MARAKANELO. Pl. ofborakanelo. MARAKANWAGA. A number of thakaii.waga. MARAKEN. Mo marakeii., in the market (hybrid). MARAMA. Pl. of lemma. MARAliiARA. To be in want or in need of something. MAKAN. Radiance; effulgence; brightness, as of rising and setting sun ; a ray of light. MARAPO. Pl. oflesapo. MARAIIA. Mixed up; mudJled up, as much talkiu)l'. MAKAltO. Used with nouns in ma. MAKATHI. Pl. of leratbi=MaMARATO. Pl. of lorato. MaretE>, Int. MAltEI.E. A flock of sheep and goats mixed ; a flock of goats alone. MAKELEDI. Pl. of boreledi. MAtlbt:E, M11tter on young animals at bittb. Pelo e mateme, forget.ful. MAai:u:E. Discharge at bitth of young anim.l. MAai:tti:lii:LA= Marere. MAREMO. Maremo a dikoloi, marks of whpre waggons have the hreak on. MAKETE. Pl. of lerete. Used as a MARJITLHIVA. Pl. of moretlbwa. MAltF.TO. A surname. Sing, andpl. MARIBELA = Mokatako. MARIBI. Pl. of leribi. MARIGA. Winter; in winter, MARIGEN. In winter. MAt!INEPE. The border ofa gar. den. No sing. MARININI. Pl. oflerinini. MAIIHU=Maodi. MAlliSHO. Pl. of lerishO. MAROBALO. Pl. of borobalii. MAROHA. Pl. oflechoha. MAROHANA. Pl. of lecbobana. MAKOKA=Marwaka. 1\IAtlOKOMoLOGO. An itching ei'Uption. MAROKU. Pl. ofborokll. MAKoL:E. Pl. of morole. MAttONOPO. Pl. of leroniipii. MAitOO. Pl. of leroo and lechoo. MAROPE. Pl. ofleshopp. MAROPHI. Pl. of lesbophi. MAROPO. Pl. of leropii. MARORO. Pl. of lerorii. Win-ter clouds with cold, but with. out rain. No sing. MAaoRonr = Maroro.

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111An6s. Tattered ; mv.ny-boled ; much frayed. No sing. MAROl'A. Hump-backed; of a stooping gnit. MA!to'l'HO. Bread (hybrid). MAnoraom. Pl. of lerothodi. 111An6TsE. Pl. of lesbiitse. MARU. Pl. of !ern. MAnum. Pl. of lerudi. MARUKGWE. Trousers (hybrid). MARUMO. Pl. of lerumii. MARURUSA. Pl. of borurusa. MARITI'LWA. Pl. .. MARWAKA. 0 marwaka, he IS a good shot; be is a clever marks man. MASAGARANA. Pl. of losaga ran a. MASAHA. Pl. of lesaba. MASAI. Pl. of lesai. MASAITSIWEN. Pl. of bosv.itsiweii.. MASAKA. Pl. of lesaka. MAsALELA. Pl. of lesalela. MASAPO. Pl. oflesapii. MASARI. A large kaross of hartebeest okins, lnt. MASARWA. Pl. ofmosarwa. MASE. Bran. MASEDI. Pl. ojle3edi. MAS ''GO= Mathegii. 111As:EKA. Pl. of leseka. Long, sour grass. 11IAsELAMOTLHAKA. Pl. of leselamotlhaka. 1\[ASELE. Measles (hybrid). MASEUSF.. Measles (hybrid). Openings ou a wall between the rafters; eaves of a verandah where tltings are kept; overhanging grass and rafters in front of the doorway of a hut. MASEPA. Hnman dung. MASEl'EDI. Pl. MASETLANA. DitrPss. 1\lAs:ErLHA. Pl. ofleetlha. MASE'l'LHAOKA. Pl. of lesetlhaiika. MASH=Masbi. MASHALA. Pl. of Jeshala. MASHEPA=Masepa. MAsHEl'LH.t. Pl. ofleshetlha. MASH!. Mtlk; weet milk. MASHOA. Pl. of leshoa. Used in the plural of different crowd shouting. MASHOGO. Pl. of!esbogo. MASHOGODI. Pl. oflehogodi. MASHOKE. Reckles, Int. MASHOKGOLA. Pl. of lesho-kgola. MAsaoL:E. Pl lesbole. MASHOME. Pl. of leshome. Mashome a mashome, number less. MASHOMO. Pl. of leshomii. MASHONWANA. Pl. of leshoii.wana. MASHULA. Pl. ofboshula. MASHULO. Pl. of leshulii. MASHUSHU. Pl. ofleshushu. MAsHtrr:E. A little way. Ba ea mashute, they go a little way; they move forward a little. MAsHWA. Pl. ojbosbw,L. 1\IASHWABI. Pl. MASHWALO. Pl. ofleshwalii. MASHWASHUPA. Pl. of leshwa-shupa. MASHWASHWA. Strips of tobacco lPaf cut up but not twisted. Used hiefty in the plura.l. MASHWATO. Lazy, Int. MAsaw:E. Pl. of leshwe. Filthiness; nasty. Mo masbwefi, in a dangerous position ; in fear ful circumstances, as in a battle, or a burning house. MASHWEBELEGA. Pl. ofleshwe-belega. MASHWELE. Pl. ofleshwele. MASHWELE =Mash we le. MASHWELWA. A widow, Int. 111ASIBI. Pl. ojlesihi. MASIELA. Pl. of lesie!a. MASILO. Pl. MASIMO. Pl. of tshimo. MASINAGOGE. Synagogue (hy brid). MAsrsr. Sensations caused by tickling. MASITE. Beewax. MASITLIIA. Pl. oj'lesitlha.

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MA'rA. Voracious; insatiable. 0 yele mata, he has eaten up all the food. MATAGWA. Pl. ofletagwa. MATAMA. To stick to; to be joined together in layers. MAT A ME. Perf. of matama. Se rnatame mo go se, it sticks to this. MATANE. A kind of wingless locust ; wages (hybrid). MA'l'APETA. 0 ruata.peta., he is covered with blood, mud, etc. MATARELA. To be adhesive; to stick to. 111ATEANE. Pl. of letea.ne. MATED!. See MMATEDI. MATEGELE. Pl. of letegele. MATEN. Deep thingd; mys teries. MATEPETA. Very wet; poor, or lean, of meat. MA1'HA. To throw down any wet thing, as clay, etc. MATHACANE. Pl. ofletbacane. MATHAITHAI. Indistinctly; con. fusedly; doubtfully; vaguely. Go utlwa mathaithai, to hear indistinctly. MATHE. Spittle; saliva. MATHEGA. To be fallen on the ground, as wet clay. MATHEKA. Disproportionate by being small-waisted and broad shouldered. MATHUDI = MakatakO. MA'l'IMELA. Pl. ofletimela. MA'l'LA. To run, as an ox ; to prance. MA'rLABA. Thickset; dumpy ; bulky. MATLABANYANA. A little matlaba. MATLADIKA. Foul rubbish; filthy refue ; dirty through milk, fat, ete. ; filthy through being covered with blood. MATLAKA. Pl. of letlaka. MATLAKALA. Large-sizeu rub-bish or sweepings ; refuse ; not necessarily foul. MATLALO. Pl. ofletlalo. MATLAliETLO. Pl. of letlametlo. MA'l'LAPA. PI. of letlapa. MA1'LAPUTLAPU. Very wet; drenched; saturated. MATLA'l'LA. Pl. of letlatla. 'fhat which springs up after last year's growth. MATLAWANA. Pl. ofletlawana. MATLEKETLEKE. Very full; abundance. Very full; abundance. MATLHACO. Tsatsi yamatlhacii, washing day; Saturday. MA'l'LHADIO. Pl. of letlhadio. MATLHAGA. Useless; irreparable. Used chiefly of iron things, and in the plural fotm. Lehathe le cogile rnatlhaga, the land is full of strife, or talk of war. MATLHAGAJtE. Pl. oflotlhagare. MATLHAKAN. Mixed; motley. MATLHAKU. Pl. ofletlhaku. MA'rLHAKWANA. Pl. of letlha. kwana. MATLHALE. Pl. ofletlhale. MATLHANAMA. Pl. of letlhanaina. MA'l'LHANO. Five. MA1'LHANOTLHANO. Capricious; changeable. MATLHAO. Pl. ojletlhaii. MATLHAPA=Dithoganii. MA'l'LHAPE. Pl. of letlhape. A drove of cattle. Used in the plural only in this sense. MA'l'LHAPELAPULA. Pl. of letlha pelapnla. MATLHAII.E. Pl. of lellbare. Sticks for making a lolwapa hedge. =Makakaba, Int. MA'l'LHASEDI. The marks of milk, etc., thrown or sprinkled on. MATLHATLHAPOLA = Ditlhatlhapo]a. MATLHATLHARAPA = Ditlbatlha rapa. MATLHA'I'SA. Vomit. MATLHAU. Pl. of' letlhan. MATLHA YANA. Pi. of botllJayana.

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MAnHAYE. Pl. ofmoUhaye. MA'l'LH6. Pl. ofleitlho. MATLHOGELA. Pl. ofletlhogela. Offspring. MATLrr6ooLE. 0 matlhOgiile, he is awkward; he is clumsy; he is unsuccessful, as one who fails to shoot anything. MA'l'LHOG6N6L6. Pt of letlhii giinolo. MATLHOKOLOCO. Pl. of motlho koloeo. MATLHOKOTLO. Pl. of lttlbo kotlo. MATLHOLE. Ma.di a ma.t.lhOie, long shreds of curdling blood; blood coming from the nose after long bleeding. MATLHOMAGANYANE. Pl. of letlbomaganyane. MAl'LHOTLHORA. Crumbs, or fragments of food. MATLHO'rJ.HORA = Matlhot lhora. MATLHWANA=Maitlbwana. MATLHWARE. Pl. qfmotlhware. MATLO. Pl. of utlo. MATLO. A prancing. From rnatla. MATLOLOGANYO. Places for stepping over. MATLOLE. Pl. ofletlole. MATLOllO= Mabela. MATLOMOLA. 0 rnat)omola pelo, he is a pitiable ohject. MATLOTLA. Pl. of letlot'a. MA'rL6TL6. Pl. of letlotlo. MATLOTLOBO. Pl. of letlotlobo. MA'l'OG6. Pl. of letngo. MATOKWANE. A herb for smoking ; the dagga plant ; Indian hemp. MATOLOGA. To fall off, as plas tering: to fall off, as a piece chopped off. MATOLOGANYA = Patologanya. MATOLOLA= Manolola. MATSABATSABA. Pl. of letsabatsaba. MATSABANE. Disease caused by syphilis ; gonorrhooa; gleet. MATSADI. Internal wounds or bruises ; pains caused by fatigue, etc. Ke tsenyo matsaui, 1 am stiff and tired. MATSADI'l'SADI. An intensive form of matadi. MA'l'SAGALE. Grain growing in patches; athickethavingpaths and opening in it. MATSAE. Pl. ofletsae. MATSALA. A woman's motherin-law. MATSALAGWE = Matsalaagwe. MATSALAAGWE. Her mother-in-law. MAl'SANKATSANKA, Many wounds. MATSANKOTSANK6. Many wounds. MA'l'SAPA. Pl. ofletsapa. MATSATSA. Pl. of letsatsa. A group of ground squirrel holes; a warren. MA'I'SEBA. Pl. ofletseba. Wild-looking ; sharp. MAl'SEBANA. Pl. of letsebana. MATSELA. Pl. ofletsela. MA'l'SETO. Pl. of letseto. MATSETSE. Pl. ofletsetse. MA l'SETSELEKO = Matsetselekwe. MATSE'l'SELEKWE. Circumspect; watchful. MATSHA. Pl. ofletsha. MATSHEGO. Pl. of letshego. MATSHERE. The discharge in cbildhirtb; watery motions mixed with blood. MATSHEREMELA. J!'oul motions. MATSHEI'SHEl'HO. Bran from sifted meal; busks, etc., from sieved grain. Mat.hitshi. Pl. oflotshitshi. Musrnoo6. Pl. of. letsibogii. MATSI'I'LA. Pl. ofmotsitla. MA'l'UDI. A verandah; the roof of a
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MAUWANA. Pl. of mouwa.na.. MA WANYAN A. Pl. of kwa.nya.na. MAWATLA. Pl. oflewatla. MA w.\'l'LE. Pl. of lewatle. MAYABATHO. Pl. ofmoyab.tho. MAYAKO. A party gone to Yaka. MAYAN. Pl. ofboyaii.. MA YANA. Small stones; small hills. MAYE. Pl. MAYETLA. Pl. ofbllyetla.. MAYo=Meyo. MBA=Mpa., Int. Msu. Soil; eart.h; ground. MBUNYANA. A little soil. And ; but. ME:. See Mx:E:. MEALOLELO. Pl. of moalollilo. MEBALA. Pl. ofmmala.. Pl. ofmmelego. MEBI!:LE. Pl. ofmmele. MEBILA. Pl. of mmila. MEDIPO. Pl. of mobipo. MEHOKO. Pl. of mmoko. Pl. of mmopo. }IEsu. Pl. of mbu. MEBUSHO. Pl. ofmmusho. MEHUTLA. Pl. of mmutla. MEcHINYANE. Pl. of mochin-yane. MECHISA. Pl. of mochisa. MECHOPHE. Pl. }IEco. Pl. of moco. MECOHE. Pl. of mocohe. MEc6K6. Pl. of mocoko. MEcucu. Pl. of mocucu. MECWACWA. Pl. ofmocwacwa. M!!:CWAISHO. Pl. of rnocwaisho. }IECWATEN. Pl. of mocwateii. MECWE. Pl. of mocwe. MECWI. Pl. of mocwi. MEDI. Pl. of modi. MEDIBET,A. Unclean. 0 mPdibela., she has an issue of blood ; shA is unclean, as from child birth or mentruu.tion. Eo o medibela., he who is unclea.u. MIDICWE. Pl. of modicwe. MIWIIIO. Pl. ofmodiho. MEIJILI!:. Perf. ofmela. MEDIMO. Pl. ofmodimo. MJWISA. Vttns. of mcla. M"-DIWA. PtS.. of mets .. MEDUCWANA. Pl. ofmoducwana. }hou6L6. Pl. of inoduolo. MEDUMO. Pl. o/modumo. MEDUPE. Pl. of moJupe. A long-continued, gentle rain. MEENENE. Pl. of moenene. MEEPELETSANE. Triumphal songs or shouts of an army rl' turning home. Ba ya meepe letsane, they sing songs of triumph. }IEEI'ELWANE=Meepeletsane. }h:i:-rs:E:. Pl. of moetse. MEGABALA. Pl. of mogabala. MEGAHE. Pl. ofmogahe. MEGALA. Pl. of mogala.. MEGANO. Pl. ofmogano. MEGA1'EL6. Pl. of mogatelo. MEGATLA. Pl. of mogatla. MEGODU. Pl. of mngodu. MEGOGORO. Pl. ofmogngoro. l\1Eooooa6. Pl. of mogogoro. MEGOHU. Pl. ofmogohu. MEGOLOGAN. Pl. of mogologa.fi. MEGOLEGWI. Pl. tifmogolegwi. MEGOLOKWANE. The shouts or songs of women when welcom ing a chief or a returning army. Ba. letsa rnegolokwane, they sing songs of welcome. MEGOA!A. Pl. of mogoma. MEGONO. Go ithwala. megono, to put the bands at the back of the head when crying or vr rowing. liE Go PE. Pl. of mogope. MEGOPO. Pl. of mogopo. MEo6P6. Pl. of mogopo. MEGOPOLO. Pl. of mogopoh MEGOPUN. Mo megopuii, in the meg-opo. MEGOROGORO. Pl. of mogiiro-gi'>ro. lliEGOTE. Pl. of mogote. MEGWAN. Pl of mogwai1. MEGWASA. Pl. ofmogwasa.. MEGWELEGWELE. Pl. of mogwe-legwele. MEHAGO. Pl. ofmohagii. MEHALO. Pl. of mohotlo. ll!lEIIAl!A. Pl. ofmobama.. AA

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ME HAllO. Pl. of mohamii. MEHAPH.-1.. Pl. ofmohtphiL. ME HA1'SA. Pl. of mohatsa. MEHAYANA. Pl. ofmohLyana. MEHENYANA. Pl.ofmohenyana. MEHI!:N. Pl. ofmohefi. MEHERO. Pl. MEHINYANA. Pl. ofmJhinyana. MEHIRI. Pl. of mohiri. MEHI'fSHAN.I.. Pl. of muhitsha-nn. 1\IEHOLO. Pl. moholo. MEHUUU. Pl. ofmohubu. MEHUl'A. Pl. ofmohuta. MEIL.\. Pl. o.fmoila. MEILOLO. Pl. o.fmoilnlo. MEIPEL6. Pl. ofmoipelo. 1\IF:ITL.I.)IO. Pl. of moithtmo. lllEI1'LASI. Pl. of moitlasi. MEU.DI. Pl. of mokaJi. ll'rontlets of shells. MEKAKA. Pl. nfmokaka. MEKALANE. l'l. of molmlane. MEKALOBA. Pl. nfmoka.loba. 1\[EKAOTA. Pl. of molmota. MEKATAKO. Pl. of mokatako. MEKAWA. Pl. of mokawa. MEKGABO. Pl. ofmokgotbo. MEKGEKGETH6. Pl. of mukge-kgethO. 1\lEKGELEDI. Pl. MEKGOKOLOSA. Pl. of mokgo kolosa. MEKGON. Pl. of mokgoii=Uigwapa, lnt. MEKG6a6. Pl. ofmokg<)ro. MEKGWET.EO. Pl. of mokgweleo. MEKHASI. Pl. of mokha.si. MEKHISA. Pl. ofmokhisa. MEKODUllETSA. Pl. of mokodu-metsa. llEKOKOTLELO. Pl. of mokokii-tlelo. MEKOLA. Pl. of mokola.. MEKOLANE. Pl. ofmokohme. MEKOLWANE. Pl. ofmokolwanc. MEKONO. January, lnt. MEK6R6. Pl. of mokoro. MEKOTLA. Pl. of mokotla. MEKUKUTHO. Pl. ofmokukutM. :MEKI'KUTLWANA. Pl. of mokn-kutlwa.na.. 1\IEKW ATL.\ = MEKWELE. Pl. ofmoklve)e. MEKWEPA. Pl. ofmokwepa. MELA. 'l'o sprout, as grain ; to spring up, as a sucker. MELACWANA. Pl. ofmolacwa.na.. MELAECO. Pl. of molaeco. MELAHADI. See mmelahadi. MEI,AMU. Pl. Pl. ofmolato. MELEGI. See mmelegi. llhLEGISI. See mmelegisi. MELEG6. See mmelego. MELELE. Pl. ofmolele. MELEf,6. Pl. of molelii. MELELWANE. Pl. MELEMii. Medicines. MELETE. Pl. of molete. MELETLO. Pl. of moletlo. MELE"rSA. Pl. of moletAo. G'l meletsa mathe, to covet ; to long for; to wih to posses ; to want to get at, so as to quarrel or fight. MELO. Olfpring. and pl. See also mmelii. MELODf. Pl. of molodi. liiELOliE. Pl. ofmolome. Pl. of molomo. MEJ,ORA. Pl. rifmoliira. MEMECO. Pl. of 1\lEMEI;,A. Pl. ofmomela. MEMELELE. Superior ; nublo ; privileged. MEMENO. Pl. ofmomenii. Pl. of momo. :MF.NA. 'l'o fold up; to foll down ; to fold over. Pelf. men ne. To be folded. MENAUANI'A. 'l'o wrap up to gether; to fold up into many folds. MENAGANYE. Perf. of rnenaga-na. l\fENAGANWA. Pass. of menagana. MEN nu). MEN APE. MENCHO. Pl. of monamo. Pl. of mona.pe. Black. Used with nouns in me. 1\lENNE. Pelf. of meua.

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Mi:N6. Pl. ofleino. MENOGA. 'l'o turn back, or to one side ; to turn round, or double. MENOGELA. To turn aside to. Menogela kwa, turn that way. MENOGWA. Pass. ofmenOJrll.. M.ENOLA. 'l'o turn back, or over, actively. MENOLOLA. To unfolcl ; to un roll. MENOPI. Pl. of monopi. MEN6T6. Pl. of monotii. A foot of a fowl. MENTSANA. Pl. ofmontsana. MENTSANE. Pl. of montsane. MENWA. Pass. ofmena. MENWANA. Pl. ofmonwana. MENY AliA. To become bent, or be bent, as when the chest is pushed forward, and the head thrown backwards ; to be like a pole bent forwards in the micldle, and backwards at the top. MENYAME. Per.f. }fENYE. Few; small. Used with nouns in me. }[ENALA. Pl. o.fmoiiala. lhNANA. Pl. of moiiana=mafiana. liEN-6s6. Pl. ofmoiiiibii. 1\lENOBU'fSA. Pl. of mofiobutsa. MENOLOI. Pl. ofmofioloi. MENOP6. Pl. of mofiiipo. MEN6T6. Pl. of moiiiitii. MEOEA. Pl. ofmiiea. MEOPA. Pl. ofmoopa. MEOTLWANA. Pl. ofmoiitlwana. llb6PELANE. Pl. of moiipelaue. MEPAKO. Pl. of mopako. l\lEPilAKALEJGO. Pl. of mophakalegii. MEPHAKWANA. Pl. of mopha kwana. llo!EPHA'l'O. Pl. of mophato. MEPHEKALEG6. Pl. of mophekalego. MEPHOlfO. Pl. of mophomo. MEPHUTLU. l'l. of mopbutln. 1\IEPOPOTLO. Pl. of mopopotlo. MEitABA. Pl. of mora.ba. MEUAHE. Pl. ofmorahe. liERAHO. Pl. of morahii. ME RAG A. Pl. of moraga. MERAGO. Pl. of moragii. MERAKA. Pl. of moraka. MERALADI. Pl. ofmoraladi. MERAO. Pl. ofmoraii. MERAPATSE. Pl. ofmorapatse. MERAPELO. Pl. of morapelii. MERAPELELO. Pl. of morape lelo. MERARA. Pl. of morara. To branch out in all directions, as veins. MERE. Pl. of more. MEREBA. Pl. ofmoreba. MERE6=Meraii. MEREPO. Pl. of morepii. MERE'l'O. Grained, as wood; striped, as a field-mouse; tor toise-shell coloured. MEIURI. Pl. of moriri. MEarrsHANA. Pl. ofmoritshana. MEROBA. Pl. of moroba. MEIWIIANA. Pl. ofmorobana. MI.:&OHE. Pl. ofmoriibe. MEa6o6. Pl. ofmorogii. MEROJ.A. Pl. of morola. MEIWLANA. Pl. ofmorolana. MEROPA. Pl. ofmi>ropa. MEROPOLOGANE. Pl. of moro-pologane. MERORODI. Pl. ofmororodi. }!EaUBANA. Pl. of moruhuna. 1\olERUBISI. Pl. of morubisi. MERUBISANA. Pl. of morubisana. MERU'fHWANE. Pl. of moru-thwane. MEttUTI. Shadows. M ER IV ALELA. Pl. of morwalela. MERIVALO. Pl. of monalii. MESAKO. Pl. of mosakii. MESAMO. Pl. of mosamo. MESEDI. Pl. ofmosedi. MESELE. Pl. of mosele. MESELAMOTI.HAKA. Pl. of mosi\lamotlhaka. MESEI'ELE. Pl. of mosepele. MESES. Pl. of moses. MESETLHA. 'l'imes, Int. Pl. of mosetlho. ':&

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MESHAWA. Pl. ofmoshawa. MESHOPA. Pl. of moshopa. MESHUMO. Pl. ofmoshumii. MESHWAN. Pl. ofmoshwaii. MESHWESHWE. Pl. of moshweshwe. MESHWESHWELE. Cries; shouts. MESIHA. Pl. of mosiha. MESIKIRI. Pl. of mosikiri. MESIMA. Pl. of mosima. Pl. of mosipore. MESI1'LAPHALA. Hopping lo-custs. MESITLWASITLWANE. Pl. of sithvaitlwane. METEO. Ridicule. METHALADI. Pl. ofmothaladi. METHALE. Stripes. METHALETHALE. Mahoko a ga-gwe a methlethale, his words are lacking in cohes10n. METHEKGA. Pl. of mothekga. METHISA. Pl. cifmothisa. METHUTRWA. Pl. of mothu-thwa. METICWE =Medic we. MJ.:TLAAGANA. Pl. of motla.a gana. METLAN. Pl. ofmotlaii. METLHA. Pl. of motlhn. Ko. metlha le metlha, for ever and ever. METLHABA. Pl. ofmntlha.bn .. METLRAKA. Pl. of motlhaka. METLHANA. Pl. ofmotlhana. METLHATLHA. Pl. of motlhatlho.. METLHOBOLOKO. Pl. of motlhiibiiliikii. METLHODI. Pl. of motlhodi. METLHWA. Pl. t!fmotlhwa. METLOBO. Pl. ofmotliibii. METLOKOLOCO. Pl. of motlokoloco. METLOTSEDI. Pl. of motlotsedi. METORO. Pl. of motoro. METOUTW ANE. PI. of motou-twane. METSA. To swallow; to swal low without chewing; to de vour. METSANA. Pl. of motsana. A little water. Water. Part. Mete a le mantsi, much water. Mo tho eo o mmele o metse, a loose bodied person. Pl. of motse, towns. METSHE. Pl. of motshe. MEl'SHITSHI. Pl. of motshi-tshi. METSI. Pl. ofmotsi. METSILA. Pl. ofmotsi!a. METSIN. Mo metsiii, in the water ; in the towns. M1nsrn.A. Pl. of motsitla. MEUANt;, Pl. of mouane. MEUBA. Pl. of mmuba. MEUPO. Pl. of moupii. MEYA. Pl. ofmoya. Pl. ofmuyakii. MEYO. Pl. of moyii. MHA=Mo ha. UHAGii=Mohagii. MHAPRA= Mohapha. MHERii=Moherii. MHERU=Moheru. MRINYANA= Mohinyana. MHITSHANA=Mohitshana. MHOKA= Mohoka. MINA. 'l'o blow a nose. MINET,A. Go minela mo tlaii, to blow a nose in the house. MINOLOGA. 'l'o run out slowly. Used of liquid. liiNOLOSA. To pour out sluwlv, so as to keep back the sedi ment. MITLWA. Pl. of mutlwa. Pa1t. e. JI.Iitl wa eotlhe, all the thorns. MITLWANA. Pl. of mutlwana. MITLWANE. Pl. ofmutlwane. MMA. My mother. Used when speaking to her. Mma Tau, 'l'au's mother. Allow me. Mma, ke hue, allow me to speak; let me speak. MMAB,\. An evening. Pl. baba. MM AGO. Thy mother. MMAGWE. His mother. MMAKA. Praise him. MMALA. Colour. Pl. mebala.. MMUABADI, A babbler; a chatt&ter .

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Ml!ALELA. To count, or reckon f,>r, or to him. MMALOMMI. A sm!!ll kind of dove with a long tail. MMANEL"E. Ka mmanete, verily; truly. Mahoko a true words. MMAPATSA. Sell him. MMAPATSI. A trader. From M:APOLA. Crucify him. From li'IMATRDI. A lewd person. MMAUI. A seeker. li'IM!i:. Ugly. Motho mme, or, motho eo o m me, an ugly per son. M::E:. My mother; m >the Used when speaking of her. Let allow! let me! MMEDI. Moco o le mmedi, two. MMEDIN. Mo mmediii, in the body ; on the body. MMKHELA. Look angrily at him. MMEHETSA. of mmehela. MAIELA. Ke tla mmela, 1 will dance with her. MMELAHADI. A boaster ; a proud one. MMELE. A body; the body of a living person. P removes a burdqn, A dance of two or more dancers. li'IMEODI. A shearer. MMEREKI. A worker (hybrid). From bereka. MliE'rA. To choke him. MME'l'LIOADIKGON. A worker in wood; a carpenter. MMEl'SA. To beat him. MMIDI. Mealies; maize. Pl. mebidi. MMILA. A street; a way; a broad road in a town. Pl. me hila. MMILANYANA. A little mmila. M MINI. A dancer. MMI'l'IEDI. A murJerer ; an assassin. MMITLI. One who rubs his eye. MMrrsA. To call him. =Mo bitsa. MMITSI. A caller; one who cries out. M MODI. A teller of news. li'IMODUHADI. A lazy one ; a slugg11.rd. MM6u6. Tol!'ether. Mosipori. MMORA. To bi .. d bim. MMOKO. Chaff. Pl. meboko. MliOLA. A kind of ttee, Int. 1\IliOLAEA. 'fo kill him. MMoL.U. A Pl. babolai. MMOLEDI. A preacher; one who tells to. MMOLOKI. A saviour. MMONA. To see him. To cause him to ; to show him. MMOI'A. Clay for pottery. Di yana tsa mmopa, vessels made of clay. MMOPI. A ; a moulder; a potter. Pl. babopi. M:MOPO. The bridge of a nose. MMOSA=Mmusa. li'IMOL'LAl!A. Small. Used with nouns in mo. llMorLAl!YANA. Very small. MMu=Mbu, Int. MMUBA. A pair of bellows. Part. o. Pl. mauba. 1\IMUELEDI. An advucate. llhiUI. A s;>eaket. MMUIS.\. To cause him to spe Lk. MMUISI. A reader. MM USA. To cause him to retnrn. MliUSETSA. To cause him to return to.

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MMusrro. A government. Part.o. MMUSHOLOSI. An avenger. MMUSI. A ruler. Ml!Ul'H. A hare. Part. o. Pl. mebntla. JlhiUTLANA. A little hare. Mo. Him; her; in; amonl!'. Ke tla m> thusa, I will help him. Mo tselefi, in the path. l\[o goa dihwa, this is done. Mo go diheii, in doing. MOABERWI. A sharer; a par taker. MoABI. A divider. MoABULA. Wide. Tsela ea moa bula, a wide path. MoAGI. A builder. MoAKAHADI. An adulterer; an adulteress. M oAK I. A liar. MoALAHI. A healer; a doctor. MoALOLELO. A weaned calf just going to graze with its mother. Moums1. One who gives suck; a nurse ; a provider. Mo.\NYO. A fat one. Used of a child, calf, etc. J\foAPEI. A cook. MOAPOSTOLOI. An apostle (hy brid). MoATLHODI. A judge; an arbi trator. MOATLHOLEDI. One who decides in favour of. MOBIP6. A weal. Monom. A sick person. MononoDI= Mobodi. Mocrri:Go. A purging; diarrhrna. A vulgar word. MocHINYANE. A scar, or stripe from a cut from the forehead to bridge of nose. MocHISA=Mokhisa. MocHOLA. A carrier; one who takes hold of. MocHOli!ILO. Water running from the nose. MocrroPHE. Spiral; twisted, as a bide trektow. MocrrosA. A solitary male harte beest. MocHoTELO. Dry dung dust. MocHWA. An itching eruption. MocHWANEDI. A deseving one; a worthy one. Mocrrw ARI. A catcher ; one who takes hold of. MocHWARWA. A captive. MocHWARWI. A captive. Moco. A nnit. Leshome leiiwe ye le moco moD. we, eleven. 11-Iocii o le mmedi, twelve. An arrow, 'Int. MocoHE. An old one. MocoKODIA. Circuitous; windMocOLA. Tasteless. MocoLo. Narrow, of a kaross, plot of ground, etc. MocoMI =Mocumi. M oco PODIA= Mocokodia. MocoSA. A reed buck. MocorLo. A bush resembling the mosilabele. Mocucu. A room, Int. MocUMI. A hunter. Mocuor,om. A rebel. MocWACWA. Spotless white; snow white. MocwAISHO. A partially burnt stump ; a piece of charred wood; a stick from yesterday's fire. MocwANA. One of the Becwana. MocWATEN. A frntus of a dead animal. MocWATLHAPA. Young grass gowing among the old. MOCWE. A root. MocWEDI. A fountain. MoCWETSANA. A little fountain. Mocwr. An arrow. MODEMONA. A demon (hybrid). Moll I. Cord forming the upper garment of a boyale girl; a root. MoDIAKONE. A deacon (hybrid). MoDIBONOKA. A willow tree. MoDICWE. A smooth black lizar.l. MODIHABOSRTJT,.\. A worker of evil.

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1\foDIHAMERE. An apothecary. MoniHEDI. A helper; a servant. !lloDIHI. A worker; a m"ker. Modihi pula, a rain-maker. Moomo. A feast; a concern ; an affair. MODIKOLOGO. 0 modikologo, he is slow. MonnA. A snake's track, or trail. MooiMO. God. MO DIP A. A domineerinl!" person; a tyrant; an ; one ruling without right. MoDISA. A shepherd. MoDUBA. A small blackish ani mal found in reeds. MoounE. A causer of strife. Monunu. The watery discharge from a female animal when in heat. MooucwANA. A shower. Moounu. Grey. Used of huir. Motho eo o molludu, a grey haired person. MonUDUECO = Moduduetsa. l\1oounuE'l'SA. A shrill, quavering shout of a woman or girl in the dance, or when calling to her companions. l\1 ODUE DI. A reward er. 1\looUKA. A hedge, Int. MoDUMEDI. A believer; a Christian. Monuuo. A nnise ; a sound; a rumour. MonuMOLOGI. One who believed but has now cea.sed to believe. Monuor.o. A large bluckish bar(>. Monu6LWANA. A small moduolii. MoDUPE. A slight sho"er. MoDUPI. One who dnpas. Momrru. A tree with whitish wood. M6F:A. A spirit. Miiea oa metse, steam. MOEANTLO. 'l'he younger brother who takes his deceased bro ther's widow to raise up child ren to him. A navel cord. MoF.LEGISI. A helper in confine ment; a midwife. Mo:EI.i:LA. Go tsala moelela, to have a calf or kid every yeotr. Mo:EN:EL:E=Mo!menc, bit. Moenyana o pele, a friend in front. MoENYEN. In, or from a stranger. A st.rani!"Pr. Mo moeii, in the spirit. Moeii? what SPX is it? Used of a child. MoEPAKHUTI. A solitary male hartebeest MoEPI. A digger. See MAEREGO. Mo:ETA. A small vessel for cooked beer. MoETELEDIPELE. A forerunner. MoKTI. A traveller. MoETLO. Anxious, troubled thought. 0 yewa ke moetlo, he is very anxious. Mokrs:E. Hair on a horse's neck, and a springbuck's tail; a tin on a fish,:S neck, or back. MoETSI=Nwetsi. MoFARISAI. A pharisee (hybrid). MorrNA. A vine (hybrid). MoGABA. A creeping plant found on bushes, bearing a finger like fruit red when ripe. MoGABADITSANA. A plant having berries which are sometimed eaten. MoGAIIALA. An edible creeping pl11nt, Int. MoGACO. 'l'hy wife; thy husband. MoGACWI. A captive. MoGADIKANI. A rival; a trouble-some, annoying one. MoGADIKEGO. Stomach-ache. MoGADIKI=Mogadikani. MoGADINWANA. An inferior wife ; any wife properly taken except the first. MOGAKABE. A black and white crt>w. MOGAKOLODI. An adviser; a counseller. MoGALADI. A complainer.

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Mooun. A milkPr. Jl,[oGANE'fSI. An adversary. :MoGANI. A refuser. :MOGANO. Mnscle at each side of neck; gristle. MoGANO. A breaking up, or cessa tion of rain ; time for working again after rain. MoGANONYANA. Slightly warm. Used of thp sun. MoGAN. At the time when; when. Mogaii lo bonait, when you see. MoGAI'A. Eyeless. Space from which an eye has be<>n Inst. MoGATELO. A young heifer just taking the bull ; a young ox older than a kgiiiiwana. MoGATSA. The husband, or wife of. Mogatsa Tau, 'l'au's wife. MoGATSAKA. My wife; my hus band. MoGATSE. His wife; his hus band. MoGAU. A small plant poison ous to animals, lnt. =Mo kgau. MoGEGE. White; quite white. M6o6. See MM6G6. MoGOBAGOBETS!. A taskmaster. MoGOBE. A pool of rain-watet. MoGOCANA. A small hut. From mogope. A small wuoden bowl. From mngopo. Mooocw AN A= Mogocana. MoGODI. A great one; a noted person. MoooomE. A bush with small leaves of a pungent smell and thorn-like sprays. MoooonsnANE. A smallmogo dire. Moooou. A stnmach; a paunch. 0 la a cwa lLd a narrow es cape. MoGOGABANYANA. A t.utor. MOGOGAIE. A very old peron. MoGoGI. A leader; a guide, as tn a blind man. MoGOGORELO. A sheath for a spear. Moooooao. An unbrayed and shrivelled up goat-skin. Moo6G6R6. A kloof having no outlet. :MoGOHU. A large long-horned rhinoceros. :MoGOKAHADI. An adulterer. MoGOKANE. A woman's sister in-law; a woman's brother's wife. MouoKAU. Thy sister-in-law. MoGOKELO. A tying. MoGOKONYANA. Many kgokonyana 1\IoooKo:N. Young locusts in the p:evinus to flying; locusts after chtlnging frum black to red. MoooKO'l'LOU. A very tall and stout person. :MoGOLA = Legola. MoGOLABOSIGO. A stramonium plant. MOGOLAGAN. A kind of small corn-eating beetle ; a small bush with branches much in tertwined. A woman near to childbirth, Int. MoGOLEGWA. A ctptive. MoGOLE
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MooO\IOl'SI. A comforter. MouOPE. A small hut having no outside poles. MoooPo. A large wooden bowl. M o G 6 P 6. Au empty ostrich shell. MouoPoL6. A thought .. MooOPUN. Mo mog ... puii, in the mogopo. MoooTE. Warmth; heat of body; heat of sun. Pobolo ea mogote, a fever. MoooTEL6. Pob ... lo ea mogutelo, a fever. MoGO'l'LHA. A trap; a trap made of a falling beam. MOGOYANA. A small raiu-pool. MoowAGADI. A man's father in-law, or mt, or blade jnst coming nut of the earth ; the hanging blade of an ear of corn ; the leaf of a reed. Mo gwaii oa boyaii, a grass mat, lnt. MooWASA. Noun from, kgwasa. MoGWJ. A son-in-law; a man's s brother ; a sister's hus band. MooWELEGWELE. A kind of jay. MoGWJWAGAKA. My son-in-law. MoGW EWAKA. My son-iu-law. MoHAG6. l<'ood fur a journey. A little mohago. MoHALADI. Oue who has escar>ed. MoHAL6. A small skin water bag. MoHAMA. The side of a person; the shoulder, ribs, aud leg of a animal cnt off by the backboue. Mohama o mogolo, the other lutlf, includ ing the backbone. MoHANA. A thick stick, or pole, P>inted, for making holes; a crowbar. MoHAPHA. The foot of a hill; just below the pinnacle of a hill ; the lap of a hill. MuHATLHA. A wild cotton bush. }lOHA'l'SA. A spike; a pointed Hlake in a game pit. MOHAYANA=Moritshana. MOHEITANE. A heathen (hy brid). MOHJLEPE. A childish person; a traditionary foolish man, who wished to live like a child. MoHEMEDI. A defender. An axe handle; a pick htndle. MoHENYI. A conqueror. MoHEN= Mohenyana. MoHER6. A weed ; a kind of grass. MoHERU. Wide. Tsela e mu hero, a wide path. A shrub with narrow leaves and red flowers. MoHIHADU. Black. MuHIKAPl'I'SE. Acreepingshrub, the root of which, when boiled, is a cure for headache. MOHIKELA. A running at the nose from a cold, etc. MoHIKWANA= Letlha.kwana. MOH INY AN A= Mohenyana. MoHIN=Moheii. MoHIKI=Mohitshana. MuHil'SHANA. A plain iron ring, worn on the wrist. MoaocHWA. A kind of edible berry, lnt. MolfODISA. A healer. MoHODISI. A healer. MoHOHU. A troop of elands. MOHOKA. A plant of a kind of corn ; tares. MoH6K6. A person worthy of praise. MoH6KWE= Mohiiko. MoH6Li;H6LE. A lnll in the wind; stillness ; silence.

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llfoHor.6. Poion. MoHoLOLO. Naked; indecently exposed. MoHOLOKWANE. A shrill shout in the dance. MoHUBIDU. Red; scal'let. MoHUBU. A large na\el; a kind of tree, Int.; ameJicinal root, [nt. MoHUHUCO. Perspiration. MOHUKUBU. A raven; a black crow. llioHULA. A female servant. MoRUliAGADI. A chief wife; a mistl'ess; a lady. MoHUMANEGI. A poor one. MoHUMI. A rich one. MOHUPOLODI. One who' gives breathing time; a ret-giver. MoHUTA. A heap. Pl. mehuta. MoauTSANYI. A curser. MorKAEGO. A back to a form or seat ; a place, or thing for leaning against. MoiKANWI. A trusted one. MorKI<:PI. A wicked person. MOIKGATLO=Moitla.mii. MOIKGOGOMOSI. A proud one; an upstart. MmLA. An abomination ; a detestation ; a. supel'stitions fear or dread; something un lucky, or forbidden. Se moila =Se se ile;raii. MoJLOLO. Medicine put to the nose to see if life is extinct, and to cause sneezing. MorMA. A pregnant woman. MoniANA=Moima. 1\lorPELO. Joy; gladness; plea sure. MorPOBODI. One who confesses; an inquirer ; a. ca.technmen. MorPoLAI. One who kills him self. Moi polai eo o sa lelel wen, a suicide. MorPOLEDI = Moipobodi. MorT A OD!. A free one; a. self governing person. \loiTHWAJJI. A_pregnantwoman. Morrrnor.6. N1vana oa moiti b.,Jo, a first-l>oru chilJ. MorTIMOKANYI. A dissembler; a. hypocrite. MmTLAMO. A gil'dle ; a belt. MOITLESI=Moitlamo. MoiTLHO. A person blind in one eye. Mol'l'SE. One who knows. MoiTSEANAPE. A wise person; a prudent person. MoiTSEOANAPE=Moitseana.pe. MorrsHENKEDWI. A chosun one. MOITSHEPI. A holy one ; a saint. MoKA= Yaka, Int. MoKABA. Sometimes, Int. MoKABEDI. An interpreter, Int. MOKABI. A kiud of tree, lnt. MoKADI. The fat of a. bull-frog. MoKADISIWANE. An oft-sent messenger; a right-hand man. MoKAE. E le mokae? what countryman is he? of what country is he ? MOKAEA. One who testifies. 1\loKAEDI. A guide. MoKAIKAI. A kind of bush nsed by diviners. Ba mo yesite mokaikai, they have bewitched him. MOKAKA. Jncol'l'igible ; im-pudent in answering when scolded ; untama.ble. MoKALA. A. red camel-thorn tree. MoKALABATA= Mokgalii. MOKALANA. A young mokala. MoKALOBA. A very strong man. MoKANl'SA=Lekautsa, Int. MoKAOTA. One of the Makaota peuple. MoKAOTU. A vel'y old person, or thing. MoKAPU. Something thl'own up and caught in the mouth by childl'en at play. MoKARAGANA. Di ya mokara gana, they make a clacking noise, as the hoofs of animals running. MOKARALALO. A fit. MoKASA. A block of wood; a thick stump of firewood.

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MoKATAKO. A verandah round a native hut. MoKATISHWANE. A young ox just being trained. Usedforbrother. MoKAWA. A ground creeping plant, having a melon-like fruit with blunt knobs. MoKEA. Not square; crooked; uneven. MoKGABATLOLEGI. A gadabout. MoKGAB6. An orna.ment. MOKGADI. A blasphemer; a slanderer. MoKGAKO. Pitoa ea mokgako, a clean new pot. MoKGALAGADI. A dweller in the desert. MoKGALO. A wait-a-bit thorn tree, or bush ; a hakdoorn. MoKGALORATSHE. A very small thorn bush similar to the mokgalo. MoKGARA. A lean, starved dog. MoKGARAKGATSHEGI. A wan derer; a va.g-abond. MoKGAU. Di yele mokgnu, they are poisoned by eating com shrivelled in the sun. MoKGEKG:E:-ra6. A shoulder, ribs and leg cut off by the back bone. MoKo:EL:E= Sekgele. MoKGELEDI. A deep scratch; a stripe. MoKGERWA=Mokgara, Int. MoKGETHISI. A tnx gatherer. MoKGOBI. One who reproaches. MoKG6B6. A reproach. A windpipe. MOI\GOKOLOSA. A slope in descending; a steep bank; a shelving off place. MoKGOI,ASECO. A hook. MoKGOmL6. A crow with a white mark on neck. MoKGONA. Dirty; tilth. MoKGON. A part of the boyalo and bogwera rites. MoKGOPAMA. A froward per son. MoKGOPANI:. A kind of trce. MoKGOPH6. A braying of skins by rubbing between hands. MoKGORI. A glutton. MOKG6R6. A pole; a stump, or dry trunk of tree; the sicle post of a krall gateway ; a cross pole in a kra.\1 gateway; a cross. MoKGORONYANA. A water wag tail. MoKGOSI. A loud shout. Go ntsha mokgosi, to shout loudly. Go iipa mokgosi, to call tu a picii. MoKGOTO. A Coranna. MoKGWA. A custom; a habit; a peculiarity; a hindrance. MoKGWABU. The spoors of a drove of cattle, or a crowd of people. MoKGWASA. A loud cry, or noise. Go ntsha mokgwasa., to cry aloud. MoKGWASH6. A loud noise. MoKGWELE6. A pack-ox burden in a net. MoKGWELE6=Mokgweleo. MoKHASI. Rushes: Chiefiyused of the common rush. MoKHIBE. A kind of tree, Int. Jl.IoKHISA. A stripe running across, as in cloth, or from a beating. MoKH6H6. Light. Used of wood, etc. MoKHUCHWANE. Short. MoKHUTLA. An imperfect. set of two tlhose skins, the thirJ being lacking; a hedge, Int. :MoKHUTSHANE. Short. 1\IoKHUTSHANYANE. A dwarf. MoKIKELA. A very bad cold; catanh ; influenza. MoKIKIANA. A kind of tall tree, Int. MoKIMA. Stout; stoutness; a stout person. MoK6. Marrow. MoKo. See Jl.broKo. .M6K6. See Mokii. MuKOA. A heap.

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MoKOAHADI. A weak one. MoKoBo. Mildew; mould; moaldiness. MoKODI. A shower, lnt. MoKoou:E. See MoKoouw:E. MoKODUWE. Poor. u.ed of animals. An abrupt de scent; a sudden decline on a bank. MoKOKOMALO. A sudden and fatal sickness in cattle. MoKOKO-rLETSI. A supporter; a succourer. MoKoKoTLo= Mokotla.. MoKOKOl'LELO. ; importunate supplication. MoKOKW ANA. A quiver for arrows. MoKOKWANE. A kind of tree, lnt. MOKOLA. Hmmorrha.ge from the nose. Go dutla mokola., to h .. ve bleeJing from the nose. Go ntaea. mokola., to bray an ox hide while sitting round it. U ed also of a person who cannot run fast. MoKOL.I.NE. A kind of tree, Int. MoKOLE. A well; a dug hole. MoKOLELA. A spinal cord. MoKOLJo:N. Mo mokole.ii, in a mokole. MoKOLODETSI. The Baptist; a baptizer. MoKoLo= Mokgoknlosa. MoKOLOTISI. A cross examiner. MoKOl!E. A present of berries or bulbs. MoKONA. To suck out sap; to uck marrow out of a b. me. MoKON. Asteepa
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MoLAODI. A ruler. Mor,AODISIWA. A ruler. MoLAODISIWI. A ruler. MoLAPI. A tired oue. MOLAPO. A river. MOLAl'EDI. A follower. MoLATO. A fault; an error; blame. Ba tla mo naea mola to, they will accuse him. Ba tla mo pega molato, they will blame him. MoLATODI. A gainsayel'. MoLEBALEBJ. An overseer. MOLE HE. Such a man. MoLEBEDI. An oversE>er ; a steward; one left in charge ; a watcher. MoLEBELA. Just after midday; early afternoon. MoLEBELEBE. Such and such an one. MoLEBOSEGA=Molebosegi. MOLEBOSEGI. An apprond one. MoLEKA. A small speck, or purulent sore in an eye. MoLEKANE. A companion; a partner ; an equal in age. MoLELE. Long. Used with nouus in mo. MoLEL6. F'ire. Molelii oa ba dmo, the will o' the wisp. MoLEMA. 1'he left. SeatllL sa molema, a left hand. 0 mole ma, be is left-handed. l!J mu lema, it is crooked horned, one horn pointing up and the other down. 0 molema, he is $poilt by having something gi,e11 to him, a11d now expecting a repe tition of the gift. MOLEMAGALE. Large grass in gardens, Int. MoL Em. A plougher; a picker; a husbandman. MoLEMO. Good; goodness ; medicine. MotEOHI. A sinner. MoLEPA. 1'he unbrayed thong of a sandal. MOLI!:PERWI. A leper (hybrid). M or, El' I. A watcher; au observor. MotETE. A deep natural hole or pit. MoLETI. A garden watcher. A feast. MoLE'l'SA. Agirdle made of bits of ostrich shell, or bE>ads. MoLEY ANA. A small molele. Mot6o:E. Black murl, Int. MoL6B6. A piece of the lower bowel of an animal, eaten by the head man of the family. MoLoor. A sound, as of a musical instrument ; a wbisL ling ; taste ; flavour; savour ; pleasant smell. MOLODIKANE. 'rhe wife of my husband's brother. MoLOI. A wizard ; a witch; a diviner; a J!Oisoner. MoLOMATSEBE. An informer ; an imformant. MoLOME. A kind of large red locust. Mor,oMEGJ. A copper. MoLom. A biter; a cupper. MoLoMo. A mouth outside the lips; a beak. 0 la a cwa m lomo, he opened his mouth in speaking. Kgwediea molomo, the month for eatin!l'lirstfruits; the first month of Secwana yen. MotOMI:N. Mo molomufi, in th., mouth ; on the mouth. MoLONWANA. A little mouth. Molofiwana moyadilo, a greedy one. MoLORA. Ashes; soap. MotOR!. A dreamer. MoLOl'LHANYI. A stirrer up of strife. MoLO'fSANA. A villain; a rogur. MotOl'Wl!:. .Proud in gait or man11er; finikin i11 dress, etc. MoLWETSE. A sick person. MolrA. Go moma molomo, to shut I he month; to be silent. MoliECO. A throitt. Mo)IKLA. A sprout from a grain of corn, etc.; a germ; sprouted corn for beer. Moln:N6. A fold; a hem; the white edgo of a karods.

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Moll6. The thin part of the calf of a leg ; the lower bone in the leg of a person, animal, or bird. MoYOLOLA. Gn momolola mo lomo, to open the mouth. M6l10l'LA. To give stintingly; to speak with reserve. Go miimiitla mahoko= Go pipitla mahoko. MoMUN6. A reed, etc., for suck ing up water through. MOMYE=Monyii,lnt .. MoNA. 'l'o suck a thmg, a a . etc. Perj. monne. Go mona ka monwana, to ta, lnt. MoNYO. Dew. MoNYOJlWI. A thirsty one. MoN. A friend; a. Moii ka una, my nei;{hbuur.

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Pl. baii.. 0 mort? what sex is it ? Used of a child. Mo:NALA. A lawless one; a headstrong one ; one who dn fies laws or customs. Mo:NANA. A kind of thorn tree, or bush. MoNATilG6. A swoon; a fainting fit; a stun. Mo:NKANNA. My neighbour; my partner. llfo:N6B6. A cave ; a cave in a cliff; a natnral hole, or pit in a rock ; a den. Mo:NonurSA. A bone in an a.ni mal's hind leg above the momo. llfoNOLOl. A lump of paste made oF loc11sts and berries. Mo:No:Noi. MoOMANT. A scolder; a railer. J1100NYANA. A tall shruh, or weed with long seeds, which, when ripe, stick to clothP.s. MOOPA. A barren person, man or woman. Pl. meopa and baopa. MooPEDI. A singer. Mo6PELANE. A shout of a re turning army. Moono. 'l'he cuu of an ani mal. Moo-rLWANA. A stick for thresh ing wit.h ; cows and goats going out to graze before being milkeJ. Dia hula mootlwana, they graze before being milked. Dia goroga moiitlwana, they are coming back to be milked. MoP A. Bee MMOPA. MoPAGAMI. A rider. MoPAKO=Mokgorii. Mm Ar.o = Lopalii. IMoPANE. A kind of tree, Int. A false witnes. MoPATT. One who journeys with nother. A priet (hybrid). MOPEROFETI. A prophet (hy brid). MoPHAKALEGO. A top crosspiece; a cross-beam. MOPHAKWANA. A cross-pole across the top of verandah poles. Moi'IIA'l'O. A compnuy of people. MoPHEDI. A survivor. MoPHEKALEGO= Mophakalegi. MOPHEKUDI. One who trusts in charms. MOPHEKWANA=Mophakwana. MoPHOMEDI. A quarrelsome per son. MoPHOMO. The flesh on the shoulder blade of a person. MoPHOUliEDI. A rash person. MoPHUTHOLOD!. An interpretet. JIIOPHUTLU. Weak ; useless. Useu of wood, etc. A weak kind of reed or rush. l\foPI. See l\IliOI'I. 1\[0PITLWE. The month of March. M6P6. Bee Mlr6P6. 1\[opooo. A kinu of tree with edible fruit. :MoPOPO'I'I.o. A weal ; a mark left by a stroke ; a smooth part of nn animal's stomach. l\IoRA = LoBELO, Int. MoRAIIA. A sack for charms or medicines. Pl. meraba. MoitABANA. A small moraba. MOJtACANA. A smallmorahe. MoitAEDJ. A tempter. MoRAGA. Mud. Pl. maraga. MoJtAGO. Afterwards. Moragu

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ga, after; behind. Kwa mol"llgo, behind. Go sala worago, to follow close after. MoRAGON. AftPrwards. MoRAGORAGO. Long after. MoRAGWANA. A little while after. MORAGWANYANA. A very little while after. MoaAHF.. A nation. MORAHF.NYANA. A little nation. MoaAHO. A place where ochre is dug; a mine. MoRAHOLO. First food taken out for a head man. MORAKA. A cattle post. MoJtALA. A kind of tree, Int. MoaALADI. A stripe; a streak ; a newly married man; one \\ho ralalas. }I OltALO. A straight line.' 'MoRAl!A=Thamane, Int. MoRANAN. The 1110nth of April. MoRAO. Medicine for smearing houe wallo, etc. MoaAI'ATSE. A log of wood. MoRAPELO. A pra}er; a suppli cation. MoRAPELELO. A prayer for others; a supplicntion. l\loRARA. A kin<.! of tree-climbing plant. 1\loJtAltANI!:. A small morara. MoRAn:GI. A prtc.ous one. MoRATHO. A dam acrogs a. stream ; a. weir; a bridge. MoRATI. A lover. MottA"l'lWA. A loved one. MoRATIWI. A loveu one. MoRATWI. A loved one. MoRF.. .Bewitching medicine ; poison. More o o bola.ea.ii, poison. Mou:BA. A barren animal. Pl. mere ha. MottEBOLOK!. Our Saviour. 1\IOREETS!. A listener. Moai':K!. A buyer. MoREKISI. A seller. 1\loREKU. Go ichwa.risa. more ku, to masturbate. Used of a male. MoaEMI. A chopper; one who chops. MoREMOGOLO. A large dice, regarded as male. MoRENA. A lord; a. master. MoRENONOl'SHI. One who makes us able. MoaEo=Morao. MottEPO. A small ka.ross. MoRERI. 'l'he governor of a feast; one appointed to dis tribute food. A declamatory preacher; a wnrner. MottEtto. A discusion as to marriage arrangements. Le morEnO=le morOrO. M.oltESHWEDI. One who died for us. 1\loRE"l'I.HWA. A bush bearing""" edible hero ies. MoRETO. A pet name ; a. term of endearment. Moauu. Human hair. Pl. me riri. MoRl"l'SHANA. Alidofa.Secwa na. pot, shaped like a basin. Moao. Gravy ; coffee grounds; wHter iu which meat has been boiled. MoaoBA. A young woman; a marriageable girl. Kgomo ea morob>L, a heifer. Moaol!ANA. A strong person ; a clever and able man. Pl. mero.bana. A kind of gmss. MoRO BE. A bush bearing edible berries which are quite. red when ripe. MoltOBI. A reaper; one who harvests. 1\IOBODI. Rust. MORODU. .Hu.t. MollOGANI. A cnrser. Mottoao. An herb; an edible plaut, or shrub. 1\lmtOKA. A rainmaker. MoaoKo. Husks of gtain at"ter stamping. 1\IoROKO. A seam in a g>trment. 'fhe milk remain. ing after calf or kid has sucked;

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milk of the second milking ; the herd's portion of milk. MoaoKWA. A busby country; a. cluster of bushes; dark brown. Used of an ox with words iri mo. MoROLA.. The belladonna plant; the deadly nightshade. MoROLANA. A small morola. Mmu)LE. A troop of large nu-weaned calves. MoRONWA. A messenger. Moao:Nwr. A messenger. MoaoPA. An earthen vessel used as a drum ; a dt"Um; a loud noise made by animals run ning. Moa6a6. Although ; while ; seeing that. Ka le mororo, seeing that. Moaoaonr. Mixed. Used of colours; many coloured. 11-IOROilOMI. A trembler. MoitoRONWANA. A small moro romi. MoaoTA. Verylarge; immense; immenseness. MoaoT6. Urine. MoROl'WANA. Semen. MoROTOLWE. A passionate, domineering person. MoRUBANE. A milking vessel. MoRUBISI. An owl. MoaustSANA. A small owl. -MORUKUDU. A tamboote tree. MoaULE. December, Int. MoauL6. An edible root. MORULWANA. A sma.Il morulo. MoauNr. Morani oa mahoko, a. ta.le bearer ; a busybody. Moauo. A possession. MmmraWANE. A hornet; a wasp. MoRUI'I. Ateacher. Pl. harnti. A shadow. Pl. meruti. MoRU1'LATSHANA. Akindofbush. MottU1'LHAOLO. A giant, Int. MoauTsHi:. A large case for needles and thread. MoRUTWA.=Morutwi. MoRUTWANA. A student.; a. teacher. MoRUTWI. A learner; a student; a disciple. MottWA. A son; a bushman. Pl. barwa. MoRWADI. A daughter; a car rier; a bearer. MoRWADIA. Morwa.dia. Tau, Tan's MoRWADIAKE. My daughter. MoRWADIE. His daughter; her daughter, MoRWADIO. Thy daughter. MoawAKA=Moroka. My son. Used when speaking to. MoRWAKE. My son. Used when speaking of. MoRWALELA. A ftood. MoRWALO. A head burden; a load ; a freight. MORWAO. Thy son. MORWAU. See Morwa.o. MoRw A w:E. His son ; her son. MORWETSANA. A big girl; a damsel. MosADI. A woman ; a wife. MosADINYANA. A little woman; an old woman. MosAKO. A large krall with several gates ; an enc,.mpment of wagons arranged for cattle to sleep in the centre. MOSALA. A very large broadheaded fish, Int. MOSALAGAE. A sta.yer at home. MosALE. A survivor. MosAMO. A pillow. MosARWA. A bnshma.n. MosATA. Imperious. Used of a. woman. =Mohuma.gadi. MosEBI. A ba.ckhiter. MosEDI. A small edible root. MosEKISI. A judge; one who condemns and punishes. Mosi:LAMOTLHAKA. A l1trge black and white bird found in vleys. Pl. mesela.motlba ka. MosELF., A trench ; a furrow for cat"rying off watel'. Mosim:E. Rushes. Chiefly used of rushes with tufts ; a rash mat or screen. BB

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MosENENR. snake. A thin .... MosENENYANE. A little mosenene. MosENKI. A seeker. JI.IosENYI. A destroyer. MoSEo. The space between the door of a hut and its opposite wall ; the farther end of a house inside ; the hinder po.rt of a boat, etc. MoSEPELE. A distance; a jour ney. MosEl'ETSI=Motsamaisi. Mos..:s. A woman!s skin cover for the loins behind ; a frock. Go bona moses, to mentruate. MosESANE. Thin; slight. MosESANYANE. Very thin; very slight. Mosi:s:Eoi:. Rich red soil. MOSETARA. Mustard (hybrid). MosETI. A carver. MosETLA. Slow; easy going. MosE'I'LBA. November, Int. Mosi:TLHA. Yellow. Useoi. with nouns in mo. Mosetlha, oa din one, a drove of blesbncks. Mos:i:TLHO. A small ground creeper with little thorny knobs, as seed pods; the dub belje doorn plant. MosETSANA. A female child; a little girl ; a girl. MosETSANYANA. A girl baby. Mosi:TSE. The pith, or flesh in side a horn. Mosi:To. A carving, or engrav ing tool. The opposite side of a r; er, etc. Kwa moseya, on the ot.her side. Kwa moseya ga, or kwa. moseya oa, on, or to the opposit,, side. Moseya o moiiwe, other side. Mo seya ono, this side. MOSHA. New. Usedwithnouns in mo. Eo mosha, a novice ; a new one. A yellowish ground squirrel. MosHAGOPA. Sandy soil. MosHAMPA. 0 moshampo., he is stark naked. MosHAWA. River sand; sand washed by wa.tPr. MosHAWANA. Sandy soil. MosHo. Morning ; a. morrow. Ka mosho, to-morrow. Ka mosho o moiiwe, the day after to-morrow. MosHOANE. White. Used of a. cow with nouns in mo. MosHOGOLE= lUosipore. MosHoLOHOLOGI. A hopeless one; a despairing one; one who ba.s cea.sed to hope. MosHOliASEKGWA. A kind of bush. MosHOPA. A roll of cured strips of meat. MosHOTLI. Ascotrer; amocker. MosHU. A kind of thorn tree somewhat similar to a moiiana. MosHUMO. A deep drawn breath of a sleeper ; a noise made by wind or water ; the hiss of a. snake; a kind of ground creepinA" plant, with a small, hairy, ball-like fruit. MosHUPATSELA. A guide. MosHHPI. A witness. MusHUPITSELA. A.guide. MosHUSHU. A deaf person, Int. A fixed handle of a pot, etc. Pitsa e moshushu, a pot with fixed handle sticking out. MosHWABI. A guesser. MosHWAGADI. A widow; a widower. MosHWALAI. A niggardly, stingy person; a worker. MosHWANA. lllack. Used of a cow wit.h nouns in mo. Mosaw AN. 'l'he contents of an animal's stomach. MosHWAOEME. A dead tree still standing. MosHWELESHWELE = Moshwele shwete. MosHWELESHWETE. A bird found in thickets which makes a. noise like that of chopl'ing.

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MosHWESHWE. A swarm of small ants. Mosnwi. A dead one. MosHWIYANE. Go ela moshwi. ya.ne, to join in attacking. le ba nkwela moshwiya.ne, they attacked me together. Mosi. Smoke. l\loSIAMI. A just person. MosiAMISI. A judge; one who sets things 1ight. l\ioSIDI. Black off a pot; gnn powder. Mosidi oa magala, the blackness off charco!\1. l\loSIHA. A thiek sinew ; a muscle. M os ll. 'fhe victor in a race ; a fugitive. Mos1K6. Underneath the bank of a 1iver. MosiKIIll. A kind of long thick grass. l\Ioslf,AIIELE. A kind of evergreen tree. MosiMA. A hole in the ground. MosiMANE. A boy. MosiMANYANA. A little boy; a baby bo_v. MosiMANYANE. A little boy. The meatus uriuarius. MosiMEGI. An officer; a guide possesing authority to direct. MosiroRI. A beam; a moss pole in a house for hanging karosses, etc., on ; a cross beam. MosiTLA.NOKA. A milkbush. MosrrLANOKWANE. A small milk bush. Mosi'I'LA.PHALA. A young hop ping locust in the second stge. Mosrro. A tramp, or sound of feet, vehicles, etc. MosiTSANE. A kind of shrub like a fern, bearing pods ; the ha ss root plant. MosnsE. Activity, l?tt. MosoTHO. A Mosuto. MoTABOGO. Diarrbwa. MoTAGWA. A drunkard. MoTAGWI. A drunkotrd. l\loTA1'ASELA. A palsied person. MoTATJ. A woman's cloak of kgama skins. MoTATSA.NA=Thari. Mo'l'AU. An old and poor dog. MoTERO. A sedge, or thick grass by water. MOTETESELO. A palsied person. Mo'l'EWA. One of the .Batewa people. MornAEui. A tempter; a trap per. MoTHAI.Ani. A strip, or stripe in colours ; a streak betwe .. n clouds ; a trip of porridge left in a pot. Mo1'HALE. A straight line made on the ground ; a perpendicular stripe. MoTHAMA=Lerama, Int. MoTHAN'I'HANYANE. A small thorny bush, like asparagus. MoTHA'l'A. A strong one. Mo'I'HATAEOTLRE. The all. powerful one; the Almighty. MoTHA'I'I. A strong one. MOTHA'l'IEO'I'LHE. 'J'he all-power. ful one ; the Almighty. MoTHATIESI. 'l'he only strong one; the Almighty. MoTHAO. A foundation. MoTHEKGA. A Letabele girdle ; strips of skins, etc., hanging frum a man's waist. A living one; one who has escaped from danger. Mo'l'HENEKE. A thinll' large at buth ends and small in the middle; a small-waisted person. MoTHEO. A foundation. l\loTHISA= Mokhisa. MoTHI'l'HO. Hot. Used with nouns in mo. Mol'HO. A person. MoTHOIIOLODI. A beginner of a new wurk; a pio11eer. :Mo'l'IIIlill. A mith. Mol'HUuo. Bad-tasted. Metse a motbugo, bad-tasted water. Mol'HUN. l\lo mothufi, in a peron. l\I01'HUSI. A helper. l\loTHUTHW A. A kiud uf moth.

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lfoncwE. A small modicwe. Mori KO. Nounfro.n tika. MoTIMEDI. A wanderer. MoTIMELA. A charred piece of wood. MoTI:N. A solitary male kgama. MoTLAAOANA. A badly built honse ; a.n enclosure of bushes round a fire. M OTLACO. A filling up. MoTLADIKI. One who speaks at random and without thought. MoTLAOANA. See MOTLAAOANA. MoTLAMEDI. A provider for. M6Tr.ANA. See MMOTLANA. ;MoTLAN. The stalk of a bulb, etc. MoTLAPA. Lesilo ya motlapa., a foolish or half-witted person. MoTLELE. Thick sowmg. Re yadila motlele, we have sown thickly. M OTLETSETLETSE. Fulness; abundance. MoTLHA. A time; a. season. Motlha moii.we, some day; sometime. Motlhn mo=Mogaii., lnt. Motlha ope, not at all ; not a.t any time. Ka motlha ope, not at all. Lukewarm. MOTLHABA. A plain; a sandy plain; a sprout in growing grain ; a shoot. MorLIIABANA. Alittlemotlhaba. MOTLHABANI. A fighter; a soldier. MorLHABELETSI. A tnne setter. MoTLHAEDI. A faulty one. MOTLBAGALA. Mistletoe, drunk as tea. }IOTLHAGARE. Toothache. MOTLHAKA. A stalk, as of corn or mealies. MoTJ,HAKANE. A locust ready for eating. MoTLHAKWA. A man of a tribe living in the west. MOTLHALA. A spoor; a trail; a track. }loTLHALE=Letlhale, Int. MoTLHALECHWANA. An evergreen bush with dark, thickset leaves and small black berries. MOTLHANA. The back of a per son; the placenta of an animal. MOTLHANKA. A servant. MOTLHANYANA. A little time. MoTLHAPO. Urine. MoTLHATLEI. A putter on of a pot. MoTLHATLHA. Not nice; die agreeable. MorLHAYE. A bush bearing la.rge red berries which are eah>n by foxes. MoTLHOAHADI. A zealous one ; an earnest one. MoTLHOBOOI. A despairer. MoTLHOBOL6K6. A large pipe of an ant-heap. MoTLHODI. A spy; a. tarrier ; the eye of a fountain. MoTLHOGO. A cupping horn. .M OTLHOHO. Light; not. heavy; a weak one; an exhausted one. M OTLHOKI. A needy one. M OTLHOKOHATSI. A tormentor. MoTLHOKOLoco. A strip of dried or preserved meat; a piece of bultong. Mo1'T.H6r.AoAnr. A widow; a widower. 1\foTLHOMEDI. An armed per Pon. MoTLHONU. An evergreen bush with long thorn. M 01'LHOSE. l\lahele a motlhiise, corn destroyed by birds. Morr.H01'LHEL.ETSI. An exciter; a stirrer up. MOTLH01'LHO. A strainer; one who strains. MoTLHOTSI. A lame person. MoTLHOUNAMELA. A bumble or piteous beggar. MoTLHWA. Awbiteanttrouble. some in houses ; a kind of grass with long roots; quick grass. MoTLHWAELA. A et of three t I hose skins ; a set of two phokoye skins. MoTLHWARE. A wild olive tree.

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}IoTLOUO. A place where lecopa aml sebilo are dug. MoTLODI. A transgressor. l'rl.o"rLODIWI. An anointed per son. Mol'LOGOLO. A man's sister's child. MoTLOPA. The clitoris. Used as a curse. Mo = .\[otlopi. Mol'LOPI. A tree with edible roots, and with leaves almost like olive tree leaves. Mol'LHOSHWANA. A weak one. MorLOl'LEGI. An honoured one. Mol'LOl'LIWI. An honourAd one. Mol'LOl'SEDI. A labour pain ; a sharp p
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MoYA. A long rhiem for a pack ox burden; a little lappet left as fringe on a kaross. MoYAIIATHO. A cannibal. MoYAI'OSHWA. An heir. MoYADI. A sower. MoYAKI. A sojourner. Mou.Ko. A door-post ; a door way; a door. MoYAKUJIU. A kind of ground creeping plant. MoYELA. Credit, Int. Mon. Agreateater; a.glutton. MoYINALA. A walker about the town; a casual visitor. MoYo. That which is eaten; food. MPA. A belly; the part above and below the navel ; the stomach externally. Part. e. A switch ; a. rod. Mpa ea le ncwe, the middle -of a hill. MPATA. To accompany me. Ml'ATLA. 'l'o seek me. }1P:E. Filthy. MPEKA. To affront me. MPETA. To choke me. MPHA. To give me food. MPHA'LA. 'l'o boast over mA. MPHAPOGELA. T'O turn aside to, or for me. llPHAPOSA. To turn me aside. MPHATLOLAPELO, To break my heart. MPHATLOLATLHOG'O. To annoy me by coming often to talk. MPHE! Give me food! From hea. MPHEKEE"I"SA. From hekeetsa. MPHISA. From hisa. MPHO. Liberality ; charity ; a gift. MPHOKA. From hoka. MPHOKA. From horu.. MPHOROKA. From horoka. To be of no use to me. MPHUTSAHA'l'SA. To cause me to be sad. MPIHELA. From biha. MPtTSA. To call me. MPOLELELA. 'fo tell me. MPONTSIIA. To show me. MPONYE. Ba mpgnye, they have seen tne. MPO'l'E. A kind of strong honey beer, lnt. 1\IPOTSA. To ask me. MPsA=Nca, Int. MPULELA. To open for me. MuBA. See MMUIIA. See MMUELEDI. MuMULA. To root up o as to thin out; to thin out growing grain. MuMUGA. To become rooted up, or thinned out. MuNA. 'l'o trickle through, os fluid from a strainer. munne. Pass. munwa. MUNNE. Perf. ofmuna. MuNWA. Pass. ofmuna. Mu:&. A master. Pl. ben. Mu:&wAGO. Thy master. Mu:&wAow:rl:. His master. MUPAPHilti. A small-leafed, strong-smelling evergreen bush with flattish edible berries. MurLA. See MMirt'LA. MurLANE. See MMUTLANE. MunHAMUTLHA. To gather to-gether by picking, :LS sticks for a bundle, or heads of corn for cooking. MUTLWA. A thorn. Pl. mitlwa. MUTLWANE=Khuyune. Mus1. See Mosi. N. NA. See NNA. Ke na le thipn., I have a knife. To rain. Pmj. nele. Pass. newa. N AALANA. To give to each other. NAANA. To give to each other. Fem. of nah. NABO. With them. NACO. With them. Used with nouns in di. NAil:. With him. To give; to give to. Perf. neile. Pass. newu. A field; a portion of

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land ; a farm. The veldt ; the country part. NAHE.=Ntlha, Int. N AKA. The pipe of a. da.gga. smoker ; a. pipe. N AKALADI. _A srnall edible bulb. NAKALE.=Na.kale. NAKED!. A polecat. NAKO. A time. Nako eno, this time. Nako e sale eno, until this time. NALA. Red and white with pat terns distinct. U etl of an ox. Go ya nalu.=Go yanala. NALANALA. To gad about, as an idle person. NALEDI. A star. NALO. With it. Fsed with nouns in lo. N AliA. Meat; llesh. By and by; presently; just now; in a. little while. Ke tla nama ke bua, I will speak afterwards. A nama a utlwa tlala, he after wards became hungry. To stretch oneself, as in sleep. Go nama mecwe, to spre .. d out the roots. NA!IIAGADI. A female. Used of animals. Pelo namagadi. See PELON AllAGADI. NAliAGAl'SANA. A small female animal. N AM:ALALA. To lie stretched out. NAliALATSA. To cause to lie stret,hed out ; to sew with big stitches, or stitches far apart. NAMANE. A culf; a fostus. Namane e tona, a male calf. Namane e tonna, a large quantity. NAMECO. Consolation. NAlllELA. To be encouraged; to stretch a leg out in front of somebody. NAIIIETSA. To encourage. Go nametsa pelo, to strengthen the heart. NAXE'CSHA=Nametsa.. NAIIIEl'SEGA. To be encouraged; to be mad" strong in purpo3e; to be comf,lrted. N AlllETSHEGA = N ametsega. NAME'l'SEGO. Courage. NAXE'I'SHEGO. Courage. NAMILE. Pe1j. ofnama. N AMOGA. To draw in after being stretched out, as a leg. NA&IOLOGA. To get up from lyiug stretched out on the ground. NAliOLOLA. To raie up anything tretched out. NAliPI. Perhaps. NAliPO. Perhaps. NANA. Young; tender. NANANYANA. Dimin. ofnana. NANOGA. 'fo rise up from a sitting posture ; to run f .. st. N ANOLA. 'l'o lift up, or help to rise from sitting. N ANOLOGA. 'l'o rise up from lying at full length. NANOSA. 'l'o cause to rise up. NANYA. To walk with difficulty, as a sick person. NA:N. See NNAN. Se ba naii nasbO, that which they have. NAo=Nan. NA6. With it. Used with nouns in partiole o. NAPE. A doctor in the bogwera ceremony, Int. A hnlfalo. NASHO. With it. Used with nouns in se. NATEHA. To be pleasing; to be plensant. NAUHELA. To be pleasing to. NArEHELWA. Go na.tebelwa ke, t., be pleased by; to have pleasure in. NA'rEHO. Pleasantness. NA'I'E'l'SHA. To cause to be pleasant. N A'l'HA. To steal or take a little food out of a dish, etc. ; to break off a bit with a finger. NAl'LAHALA. To be manly ; to be courageous. NA'I'LAHALO. Courage; manliness. NATO. A kind of large cater pillar, Int.

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NATSHANA. A young buffalo. NAu. With thee. NAWA. A bean; apea. NAYEO. With it. Used with nouns in le. NAYO. With it. Used with nouns in bo. NcA. A dog. NcANA. A little dog. NcH. Sweet reed. Part. e. NcHA. Ne1v. NcHANE. A young ostrich. NCHE. An ostrich. NcHo. Black. NCHO. That which is taken out. NCHOHALA. To become black. NcROTWANE. The small stomach of an animal. Ncau. A fowl's crop; a fowl's gizzard. Nt:HUPE'l'SA. To show to me. NCHWALAEA. From shwalaea. NcHWA'L'LHA. From shwatlha. NCHWINYA. From shwinya. To pay me p.1rt of the debt. NcoNo. A funeral, Int. Ncucu=Piilii. Used as a curse, Int. Nt:UCWANE. Dimin. ofncucu,Int. NcwA=i!:cwa. 0 la a ncwa, he deserted me. From cwa. Nthii e le ea ncwa, the sore came out upon me. NcwE. See Nl'(CWE. Ncw1. A large hawk. Pl. boncwi. NDAEA. See NTAEA. NuAANA. See NTAANA. NE. Ke ne ke giiriiga=Ke le ke jriiriiga. NE=Ge. Mashome a lema ne, four tens. Dinku di ne, four sheep. Gore ba ne, let them be; that they may be. NECWE. See NEECWE. N :E:E. Gore ha mo nee, that they may give him. NEECWE. Ke di neecwe ke, I have been given them by. NEELA. To give to, or fur; to pass to one. N:E:ELELA. To give to, or for; to bring evil on by cursing. NEELETSE. Perf. ofneelela .. NEGA. To be at rest. Go nega pelo, the heart is at rest. NEGILE. Perf. ofnega. NEILE. Perf. ofnaea. NEILWE. Pe"f. pass. ofnaea.. N:ELA. To rain on. See also NEELA. NELE. Perf. ofna, to rain. NEMERU. Pregnant. Used of animals only. NENE. E tla bo e le nene, it will be at this very time of day. A very large serpent, lnt. NENEKE. A notch on a stick, or rhiem, Int. NENEKE'rSA, To use, or carry carefully, as an)thiug that may spill, or be spuilt. Go nene ketsa modumii, to make less noise. N:Eo. A gift. NEsA. 'l'o cause to rain. NESEDITSE. Perf. ofnesetsa. NEsErsA. To rain for. NETLA. See NNE'rLA. To make right, or straight, as a little work. NETLANE. See NNETLANE. NEWA. Pass. of 110.. Ke le ka newa, I was rained upon. N:EwA. Pass. ofnaea. NKA=Ke ka. Ha nka, if I can. NKABO=Ke kabo, I could; I would. Go ya nkabo, to steal and eat on the sly. NKACWA. To help, or assist me. From acwa. NKAPESA. To clothe me. NKELA. Ba le ba nkela ma shwiyane, they attacked me together; they united to attack me. NKETELA. To journey to me; to vi8it me. NKGA. 'l'o smell. Used also of a person smelling in au active seuse. Go nkga monate, to smell nicely. Go ukga boshu-

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la, to smell badly. Pass. nkgi wa. NKoADIKA. To cause me pain in the stomach. NKGAISA. To excel me. NKGAKA. Leankgaka, it escapes my memory ; I forget it. NKGARUMELA. From garuroa. NKGASA. From gasa. Go nkgasa ka metse, to sprinkle me with water. NKGA1'ELA. To tread me down. NKGATOSA. ro move me, or take me off. NKGA'l'OSHOLOLA. To move, or take it off me, as of a thing fallen on a person. NKGIWA. Pass. ofnkga. NKGO. A water pitcher. NKGODILE. From gola. NKGOLOLE. My elder brother; my sister.in-law ; my brvtherin.law. NKGONONE=Nlrgolole. NKGORILE. From gora. Tlala e n kgorile, the hunger had nearly killed me. NKGOROGE'l'SE. Batho ba nkgo rogetse, the people have reached me, or arrived at my house. NKGOTUWE. Hard, black gum. NKGWANA. A small water piteher. NKGWE. White.backed. Used of a cow. NKGWEDI. A kind of hawk sa.id to take food out of children's hands. Pl. mankgwedi. NKGWE'l'LHA. To beckon me. NKHUPELATHOT.A. To refuse to answer or speak to me. NKIDIA. To haunt me. NKILE. Nkile ke le ka ba bOna, 1 saw them. NK6. A nose. NK6KA. To betray me. NKu. A sheep. NKU'l'LWA. ro hear me. NKWAI. A plant having an edible bulb called kgogo, anu sour edible leaves. NKWANE. A tiger cub. NKw:E. A tiger. NKWELA. ro fall upon, or happen to me. NNA. I; J;o be; to continue; to occupy ; to inhabit; tu dwell. NNAEA. To give me. NNAKA. My )"OUnger brother or sister. Used when speaking to. NNAKE. My younger brother or sister. Useu when of. NNALANA. To be close together, as corn stalks. NNALANYE. Perf. ofNnalana. NNANA. To be lame ; to be helplessly lame. NNANYE. Perf. ofnnana. NNAN! Be ye! NNCWE. Lehatshe ye le nncweii., an inhabited country. N NELA. 'l'o be for ; to wait for ; to sit for. Go nnela marign, to abide for the winter. Go nnela tsbeko, to sit on the judgment seat. A re, ke nnele, he remanded my case. NNETLA. Such and such a thing, the narne being for gotten ; thingumybob. NNETLANE=Nnetla. NNISA. Oaus. ofnna. NN6. A state of being. NNosi. Nna ka nuosi, I alone. NNOSA. To give me to drink. NN'l'LAHA'l'SA. To make me clean. NNwA. To be inhabiteu; to be occupied. Pass. of una. NNYA. ro exude, as perspira tion, gum, etc. Boroku boa nnya, the gum exudes. Setlhare sea nnya boroku, the tree gives out gum. NNYE. Little; small; few. NNYEHALA. 'l'o become little; to become small. NNYEHA'l'SA. 'l'o cause to be little, etc. NNn:LE. Perf. ofnnya. NNYELELA. See NY:ELELA.

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No. U no u dumele, a sort of brotherly way of greeting. A lo no lo sa kake ? could ye not? N OGA. A snake ; a serpent. NoKA. A river. N ou. A hip; a hip joint. NOKANA. A little river; a brook. NOKE'l'SA. To cause cattle to drink in companies; to separate cattle into small lots fur drinking. N oKo. A porcupine. NoKWANE. A portion of reed, etc., between two joints. NoL:iJ. Perf. ofnwa. NoLo. Soft; tender; flexible; gentle. Eo o nolo, he who is gentle, or humble. NoLOHADICWE. Perf. pass. of nolohatsa. NOLOHALA. To become soft or tender; to become humble; to become gentle. NoLOHA'l'SA. 'fo make or tender; to make humble; to bring low ; to humiliate. NoNA. Amale; male. Tomake damp, ur wet, as tobacco for grinding, a gament by fat, etc. Perf. noune. Go nona locwalo, to quench the thirst by drink ing a little. NONA. To become fat. Perf. nonne. NoNE. 0 tla shwa a ea godimo g> none, be will die through being cursed. NONE. A blesbuck. NoNECWE. From nona. Di no necwe ke mahura, they are softened, or made wet by fat. NoNNE. Perf. of nona, and nOna. NoNOCBO. Noun from nonotsha. NoNOBA. To be able. NoNOHALELA. 'fo be able for. NoNOHELA. To be able for; to be equal to. N ONOHISA= Nonotsba. N ONO HO. Ability; power; ca. pability. NoNOBOLOGA. Tobecomeweak; to lose strength. NoNOHONYANA. A little power. NoNOTsHA. Oaus. ofnonoha. N ONYANE. A bird; the generic name fur a bird. No:Nos:ELA. To be heavy with sorrow ; to be in anguish of spirit. Noo. A drinking. NOPOLA. 'l'o pick up, or pick up une by one, as a fowl. NoSA. To cause to drink; to give water to; to water; to irrigate. 0 la a e nosa bathn, be canoed the people to drink it. NosANYA. To give each other to drink. NosHo. A drenching, a giving to drink. Nos1. See NNosr. NoslWA. Pass. ofnosi. To break, or snap oft' bits of a stick, etc. ; to pound small by hammering. NOTO. A hammer. Now A. Pass. ofuwa. N'l'A. A louse. Pl. dint a. N'l'AANA. To knock each other; to knock against each other. NTAEA. To strike ; to knock down; to churn by striking up and down. 0 la a mo utaea, he struck him. Go ntaea ma. the, to eat a little; to whet the appetite. NTANYA. To dash down; to throw down. N'l'ANY ATSEGA. To be dashed down to tbe ground. :STAIIAMANE= Nteramane. N'l'A'l'E, A term of endearment. NTEUE. A kind of small bird. NT:E:E. A ntee motho, an illtPmpPred person. NTEKANE. But all the while; hence ; it being nevertheless. NTEKO=Ntekane. NTEKONE=Ntekane.

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NTEKWANE=Ntekane. NTELA. 'l'o leave out; to pass by without touching. Go ntela mot.e, to pass the town with out goiug tu it. Go ntela kwa ntle, to cast or leave without. NTEKOLA. 'l'o visit me. NTEL6. A wave ; a piece of wood for smoothing seallld in a kaross. NTEN"l'SHA. .F'rom tenol. U t.la ntentsha motho eo, you will cause this persou to be dis gusted with me. NTEI!AMANE. A lung disease in cattle; pleuro-pneumonia. N-r ESA. Allow me; let me alone. NTE"I'LA. Allow me; permit me. N"I'EWA. Pass. ofntaea. N"l'HAEA. 'l'o say to me. NTHAHOLELA. F-mm rahola. NTHATANYANA='l'hatanyana. NTHEILE. Perf. Q.f" utl.taea. NTHEI'ELELA. 'l'o b" too bard for me. N"l'HO. A sore. :J'\"l'HOMA. 'l'o send me. NTHONKGELA. J<'rom ronkga. NTHONKGETSE. 0 nthonkgetse, he has hurt my sore, as by rubbiug or ptessing against it. NTHUE='fhue. NTHUHE. Jj'ine, woolly hair, Int .. NrHUNA. Prom rnna. Go nthuna dinta, to take lice olf me, and kill them. NTHUNl'SHA. 'l'o vex or griE>ve me by destroying something belonging to me, or losing it. Nl'IMA. 'l'o stint me. N'l'IMO. Go )a ntimo, and Go utaea ntimo, to skip with a skipping rope. N'l'l'l'AEA. Tu strike me. From ntaea. Ba le ba utitaea, they struck me. Ntlahaia. To become clean; to become pretty. NTLAHA'l'SA. To make clean ; to make pretty. Nn:E:. Beautiful ; pure ; outside. Kwa ntle, outside. Kwa nt.le ga, outside of. N"rLENTLE. Very beautiful. NTLHA. A tip; an end; a point; an apex; a side. Ntlha lo gohe, the ends of the fingers inside. N tlha e, this side. The first ; an exclamation ex pressing reasoning, or appeal; cume now; suppose. Ntlha ke bona, perhaps it is they. Ka ntlha ea, on account of ; because of. Ka ntlba eaii ? or ka utlhafi? why ? what for ? NTLHAHALELA. Ga e utlhaha. lele sepe, it does not please me a bit. NTLHOA. To dislike me. From tlhiia. N1'LHWA. Brown. Used of a male sheep. Larvae of white auts. N'l'Lo. A house. Pl. matlo. Ntlo! come here! NTLOGA. To leave me. N'l'LOGELA. To leave me behind. NTLOPANE. A kind of very venomous black ant. NTLOSA. To remove me. NTLWANA. A little house for food; a small house without a central pole. NTLWANE=Ntlwana. NT6UELA. From liiba. N'l'OLOKA. l<'rontJ,,lora. NTOMA. To bite me. NTOI'A. To beg from me. N'i'SALA. A cousiu. N'l'SALAE. His cousin. NTsE. Fom una. Ke ntse ke ya, I am still eating. Go ntse yalo, it is so. E ntse ea yewa, it is eaten. Eo o ntseii yalo, he who is thus. NTSEANA=E ntse yaua. N'l'SEELA. To take from me. NTSHA. To take out ; to extract; to bring out upon. Se tla gu ntsha dinthii, it will bring sores out upon you. NTsHALA. Go ntt
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NrsHETSA. To bring out to. NTSHETSF.. Pe>'f. of ntshaht. NrsHI. The brink of a river; a. shore. NrsHINOGA. To move out of my light. NTSHICWE. Perf. pass. of nt;ha. NTSHI'rSE. Pe>'f. of ntsha.. NTSHIWA. Pass. nfntsha.. NTsi. Many. Preceded by the particles. A fly. Ntsi ea diuo tse, a bee. Ntsi ea pudumo, a black mason bee. NTsiHAc6. Multiplication; in crease. NrsiHALA. To increase; to be come many. NTSIHAL6. Increase. NTSIHAl'SA. To cause to multiply. N'I'SWA=Ecwa. Nl'WA. An army; war. NTWESA. From rwea. 0 tla se ntwesa, he will put it on my head. NwA. To drink. Perf. nole. Pass. nowa .. NwELA. To sink in water; to be drowneJ. NWEDISA. 'fo drown, or cause to be drowned. NYA. No; nay. NYADICWE.. Perf. pass. of nyata. NYADIWA. Pass ofnyatsa. NYAEA. No; nay. NYAELA. To joke; to jest. NYAGA. A year. NYAHALA. To procrastinate; to become slow; to delay. NYALA. To marry. NYALAKEGA. To be mad with folly; to be full of mirth and frivolity. NYALAKEGO. Frivolity; dissi pation. NYALAYA. To intermarry. NYALRTSA. To despise for. Go nyaletsa rure, to despise truly, to abhor verily. NYA:IIIJKA=Nyernuka. NYANYAELA. To move softly, or quietly, or without noise. NYANYAELO. Ka nyanya.i\lo, softly; with quietness. NYAOGA. 'fo rebound, as a bul let. NYAl'SA. To despise; to defy; to set at nought. NvArsEGA. To become despised; to come into disrepute ; to be despicable ; to be loathsome. NYATSI. A paramour. NYAl'O. A white spot on an animal's forehead. NYE. See NNYE. NYEDU!A. To twinkle, as a star; to shine with a flickerin!( light; to sparkle, as a lion's eye; to flicker, as a distant fire. NYEHALA=Nnyebala. NYEHAl'SA=Nnyehatsa. NYEKE'l'SA. To put on fine clothing ; to show oneself olf in fine clothing. NYET,A. To drop dung. UseJ of animals. Sometimes used of having a motion (of child ren). NYELEKEGA=Nyalakega. NYELEKWAI':N. Ba nyelekwaeii? What are they possessed with ? Used of people mad with frivolity. NYELELA. To vanish; to dis appear. Nn:LETSA. To to vanish. NYELOGA. To become visible suddenly ; to start suddenly into sight. NYEMUKA. To smear with much fat; to make soft or supple by smearing. NYENA=Lona. You. NYENA. To bite off a bit of a hard thing. NYENKA. 'l'o mix up (hybrid). NvENYA. To smile, showing the teeth. NYENNYANE. Very small. NYENNYE. Small. NYEllA. 'fo become tender, or

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soft, as overcooked meat, or medicine moistened ; to be much startled. Go nyera ma rapo, to be cast down and hope less; to melt with fear ; to become helpless. NYEREGA. To disappear ; to be faint or tired. NYERILE. Perf, ofnyera. NYERISA. Catr.s. of nyera; to soften by cooking. NYETA. To eat with a clicking noise, as a mouse. NYETSA. To shine, as a glow worm ; to shine, or burn dimly. NYETSE. Perf. of nya.la. Di nyetse tshimo, they have eaten my garden. F1om ya. NY:ETs:E. Nyetse ea leitlho, the white of an eye. IS'YEULA. To swa.rm; to swarm with; to be full of, as of mag gots, etc. NY6. The vulva. Used as a cnrse. NYOBA. Sweet reed; a riddle. Go tlhaba nJoba, to propound a tiddle. NYOITLHO. The corner of an eye. NYOKOLOGA. To be loth b do nnytbing; to be slow to obey; to be stubborn in refusing to do. NYORILWE. Perf. ofnyorwa. NYOKWA. To be thirsty; to thirst. NYORELWA. To tltirst for. N YW ABA. A riddle ; a puzzling question. N. :&'ABA=Nabanya. NAIIANYA. 'l'o hold, or keep back, ns a cow lter milk ; to refuse to speak or relnte news. NADILE. Pmj. ofiia.la. NAEA. 0 tla fiaea=o tla lela. Used of one caught and hohl fast. NAKA. A heathen doctor; a doctor. NAKAT,E. A forked stick for bushes down. NALA. 'l'o object to; to refuse; to refuse to receive or to work through diesatisfaction ; to re fuse to obey a summons to a picii. 0 la a fiala go bua, he refused to speak. 0 la a fiala bobe, he transgressed NALE. A sma.Jl fonntam from w lich the water does not :flow ; pit for water. NALELA. Go fialela diyii, to despise the food ; to refuse food from disinclination. NALO. Noun from fiala. NALOGA. To become disobedient; to be stubborn; to re fuse to do anything ; to break laws. Caus. ofiialoga. N AliA. To dip a sponge in ; to suck up with a iiami. NuiANA. To stick, or adhere to, as a glued board. :&' AMANTSE. Perf. of iiamanya .. NAMANYA. 'l'o bold fast, as rust a lock. :&'AliANlE. Pefofiiamana .. NAMI. A sponge; young rush, or inside bark chewed and used to suck up milk, etc., with. :&'AMIWA. Pass ofiiama. NAliOLA. 'l'o stretch, or smooth out, a.s a. wet skin. NANAGANA. 'l'o be interlaced, as the small branches of a tree; to be hooked into each other, as the fingers of both hands. NANTSE. Pef. ofilanya. NANYA. To be stiff or unyield ing, as clay, etc. NANKA. To walk in a waddling fashion, as a shorl-leggetl man ; waddle. NAOLA. To struggle and try to free oneself. NAPA. To scratch, as a thorn; to scru.t.cb, as a cat or angry

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cltild; to claw, as a tiger; to pinch with the nails. NAPADISA. To cause to hold fast. NAPAKA. To scratch or pinch all over, or very much. NAPAllELA. 'l'o cleave to by taking ho:d of ; to take fast hold of. Revers. of iiaparela. NAROA. 'l'o run or gallop, as a wildebeest. NAROiliCWE. Pmj. pass. of :iiarotsa. NAltoTSA. 'l'o scratch with the nails. NATA. A bundle; a bound up package. Pa.rt. e. 'l'o strike hard with anything; to strike and stun; to strike, as a sudden illness. NATAGA:SYA=Batalala. NATANA. A small iiata. A very small iiata. NA'rEGA. To faint; to be stunned ; to become insensible ; to fall down as if dead. NATETSA. To lift up, or >hake a spear or shield ; to wave a spear, Pte., over one's head; to prance about, shaking spear or shield. NATHAGANYA. To break into bits, as brt"ad. NATHOGANTSE. Perf. of fiatho- ganya. NATHOGANYA=Nathagnnya and Kgaoganya. J:!'ATI. A bowel of an animal. NHE. A yellowish ground squir rei. NonA. To set out in the after noon; sweet reed. N oni:LA. 'l'o subside ; to become s111all, as a sack from which grain is being taken. NonETSA. 'l'o cause to subside; to kePp back or abstract some thing, as a part of money. NonoTA. 'l'o walk with lordly tread, as a lion. To distress, Int. NoDIEGA. To be thoroughly weaty and prostrate ; to be disheartened and prostrate; to be distressed. NoDIEGISA. Go :iiodiegisa pelo, to dishearten. NoDISA. Oaus. ofiiola. Nodisa pelo, to soften, or weaken the heart. NonJSJWA. To be softened. NoGATLOLA. l-ast year but one; last year but two. J:!oooLA. Last year Noowi:. A kiud of shrub from the milk of which bush men ex tract poion for their arrows ; the fabulous medicine with which the monkey doctored the wolf. NoKA. To consider; to think upon ; tu attend to; to have a friendly interest in ; to render friendly offices. NoKANA. 'l'o have a mutual re gard for each other ; to con sider mutually NoLA. To be wet, as a skin in braying. NoLO. Yellowish about the un-der part of the body. Used of a goat. NoLo. Moisture; wetness. N OMAELA. To be careful; to be ecouomical or sparing. NolrAELO. Ka :iiomaelii, spar ingly. NoliOGA. To be cast down; to despair. NOliOTSA. To give birth to a very small calf .. NoN A. To restram oneelf from answering, etc. Go iiona pelo, to shut up the heart; to refuse to give h..Ip. NoNTI. A haven; a creek; a bend in a hill, or rivtr honk ; a corner or recess in a house. To be silent. No:NoLA. To deride; to peak sarcastically, or ironically.

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N6NOREGA. To grumble; to murmur; to find fault. NONOREGELA. Ba le bo. iiiiilii regela kaga gagwe, they mur mured or grumbled about him. Ba le ba mo iioiioregela, they munnured at him ; they found fault with him. N6&6Ri:G6. A grumbling; a murmuring. No&wAi:LA. To leave people secretly; to join people secretly; to appear or dioa.p pear, no one knows how. Used of a. person. NoPA. To be barren. Used of animals . NoPi:. Botlboko yoa iiope, bleeding from the mouth or throat ; purpura. Nosi:LA. Slow; sluggish; loth to do. N61'A. To break or snap off a hanch, st.ic.]r, etc. N6TELELA=Niita. To snap off in short lengths. To make small. To become small. N6TLEGA. To be lost ; to become passed away ; to become less. Pm'f. of iiiitlega. NOTLWA. Pass. ofii.iitla. NOTSA. To break or grind very small. NOTWANE. A plant withcented and poisonous Bowers, lnt. Se!! UNWA, NWAEA. To scratch a person when itching. NwAi:r,A. 'l'o rub a kin with stone, tooth, etc., when bray -ing. NWAGA. A year. Part. o and eo. Ka. iiwagaii.wuga, year by year. A tach, Int. A tach, NwAKO. Nwana oa ii.wak>, a child who has a charmed life through ha\'ing been doctoral. NWALALA. To be absent for a .long time. NW ALE. A girl who has not yet been to the bo yale. NW ANA. A child; a step-cllild; aman'sson-in-law,ordaughter. in-law NWANAKA. My child, etc. Used when speaking to. NWANAKE. My child, etc. Used when speaking of. NWANATSELE. The month of November. NWAN. Weeds or long grass hindering growth. Sing. and -pl. NwANWAEA. To dig, or pick, .lnt. NwANWAELA. To go away in silence from a person wuo has spoken, Qr is speaking NwAo. Nwaii ea morahe, a nation's history; a nation's independence. (A difficult word to translate.) NwATHA. To take or steal a little food NwE. One. Used joined to the particles. NWEDI. The light of the moon; rn,oonlight NWEGA. To run away; to ab scond. Perf, ofiiwega.. NwEGISA. Oaus. nfiiwega A sore place, Jnt. NwETSI. A woman's daughterin-law. Pl. bet.si. o. 0. He; she; it; this. Used with nouns whose particle is o. OA. Gen. part. with nouns in o. OuA. To bend down actively, as a branch, handle of walking stick, etc; to cause to bend down, or bend over. 0BAMA. 'l'o bend forwards; to bow down. 0BAltE. Pe1j. of iibo.ma.

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0BAliELA. To bow down to; to worship. 0BAMOLOGA. To rise up from a bending position. 0Bi:GA. To become bent. Oui:LA. To bow down to; to worship. 0Bi:LwA. Pass. of iibela. 0BOGA. To peel off; to become peeled off, as skin, etc. 0BoLA. To strip, or peP.l off, as the skin of sweet reed, or the hark of a tree with a hatchet. OcwA. Pass. of iJpa. Ke iicwa ke tlhiigii, my bead aches. OoJLE. Perf. ofiila. OGOLA. To take something out of a fire. ORE ? Which P Used with nouns in o. 0KA. To betray; to entice; to coax with a view to deceive; to wait upon, Ot' attend a sick person. 0KAMA. To stand over; to oer. bang ; to defend. 0KAMA=0kama. 0KAME. Perf. of okama .. 0KAME, Pef. of iikama. 0KANA. To betray each other. 0KANYE. Per,(. of iikana. 0KANWA. Pass. of okama. 0KANWA. Pass. of iikama. 0KEDIWA. Pa.9s. ofoketsa. 0Ki:GA. To place lightly upon, as a hand on a sore ; to place in or on, not firmly ; to be clad. 0Ki:LA. To wash corn, etc., with the hand for cooking. 0KELETSA. To add to. 0KETSA. To add to; to enlarge. 0KILE. Per.f. of iika. 0KILWE. Perf. pa.ss. of iika. OKIWA. Pass. of iika. 0KOCOLOLA. Revers. of oketsa. To diminish. 0KOLA. To skim off. as cream. 0KOLOTSA= Okocolola, Int. OKOMELA. To bow down so as to look; to look down; to look into the mind; to consider. 0KOMELA=0komela. 0KOMETSE. Perf. of okomela, and iikiimela. 0KOTSE. Pef. of okola. 0KwA. Pass. of iilra.. 0LA. To gather up with hands. OL:E. Perf. of wa. 0LE. Motse ole, that town you. der. 0Li:LA. To fill or load; to gather to, or into; to put in a sack, etc. 0LETSE. Perf. of iilela. 0LOBELA. To ask questions, or beg, with respectful earnest ness ; to conciliate. 0LOGELA. To approach in num. hers. 0LOLOLA. Reve1s. of iilela. To unload, etc. 0LOLOLWA. Pass. of ololola. 0LOSA. 'l'o winnow. Olt:A. To become dry. Ol!ANA. To scold each other. 0MANYA. To rebuke; to re prove; to find fault with. 0MELELA. 'l'o become dry; to become withered. 0MELETSE. Perf. of iimelela. 0MISA. To cause to dry. Wilfully; on purpose. Ka omo, on purpose. 0MOGA. ro become warm. 0MOGJLE. Perf. of omoga. Metse a omogile, the water is warm. 0MOSA. To make warm. 0MOSEGA. To become made warm. ONA. To moan. Perf. onne. It. Used with nouns in o. To become old, or worn out; to wo.x old, or decay. Used of things. ONALECWE. Ke iinalecwe ke moses, my frock is worn out. 0NAMA=0bama. ONE=Ona. It. ONELA. To tell tales of; to backbite ; to talk about one to others. 0NETSE. Perf. of iinala.

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ONNE. Perf. of iina. UNO. 1'his. Used with nouns in o. 0NTSE. Perf. of onya. ONYA. 1'o strike and wound slightly on the head ; to walk at a slow pace, nodding the head. Perf. ontse; Pass. onwa. OJiiwA. Pass. of onya. 06. Ga oii, there is none. Used with nouns in o. UPA. To strike, or hit anything so as to cause a noise; to slap; to <>lap. Pass. opiwa. Go iipa diatla=to clap the hands. Go iipa mokgosi, to call to a picii. 0PAOPA. 'l'o pulsate; to beat, as a heart. OPAHALA. To be barren, or childless ; to be impotent. Used of man, woman, or ani mal. 0PANYA. Go iipanya diatla, to clap the hands together. 0PAOPELA. To pat, as a child. OPE. Ga go na ope, there i no one, there is nothing. Motlha ope, not at all, not at any time. OPEDISA. Caus. of iipela. 0PELA. To sing. Ha e iipela mokgosi, they call for help for it. UPELELA. To sing to. Go mo iipelela dipako, to sing his praises. 0PISA. Caus. of iipa. Go mo opisa tlhiigii, to cause his head to ache, or throb. 0PIWA. Pass. of iipa. QporsA. To call out to a per son or animal when in search of him, he not being in sight ; to try a person by questioning him ; to ask for a thing in order to ascertain if a person has it. ORA. 'l'o warm oneself with, or at; to warm oneself at a tire. Pass. iirwa. Logoii lo u ka lo iiraii, the wood with which you can warm yourself. 0R.EGELE. An organ (hybrid). 0RILE. Perf. of 6ra. 0ItWA. Pass. of ora. OsA=Usa. 0SETSA= U setsa. Os1. Alone; only. Modimo osi, God alone, God only. OSIWA= Usiwa. Usao. An exclamation of im patience ; tush 0TA. To be meagre; to wag, or shake up and down. Go iita mogatla, to wag a tail. 0TAOTE. Otaote monwana, to wag a bent. finger up and down in token of derision. 0TELA. Go iitlila monwana, to shake a finger up and down. OTISA. of iita.
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PACAMA. Go pacama ka sebete, to lie on the stomach. PADILE. Perf. ofpala. PADIMOSA. 'l'o strike with an arrow, bullet, etc., and without the missile pPnetra.ting. PADIMOSEGA. Used of a. log of firewood smouldering and the ashes falling oft', but without flame. PADISA. Oaus. ofpala.. PADISHO. An obstruction. PAEN. Mo_Ila.eii., on the plain. PAGAMA. To climb; to mount, or ride a. horse. PAGAME. Perf. ofpaga.ma.. PAGANwA. Pass. ofpaga.ma.. PAGOLOGA. To come do1vn; to descend from a height, to dismount. PAGOLOLA. To take down; to unha.ng anything hanging up. PAGOLOLWA. Pa .. s. of pagolola. PAKA. To provide water for a long trek; to carry water very far. PAKANYECO. See PAAKANYECO. PAKANYO. See PAAKANYO. PAKO. Praise; commendation. PALA. A scar, as of an accidental burn ; to be unmanage able, an obstinate person; to be unmovable, as a heavy weight ; to refuse to come when askPd; to be too much for a person. Go pala hela, it is irnposibl'l. Go pala puo, speech can do nothing. PALABALO. A babbling. PALAMA. To climb. Go palama naga, to go ahead without knowing where one is going. PALAMANYA. To cause things to sit or lie one upon another. PALAME. Perf. ofpalama. PALAMELA. Toclimbto. African mistletoe, Int. PALAMILE. Perf. ofpalama. PALANWA. Pass. ofpalama. PALELA. To hinder; to balk, or frustrate ; to foil ; to be too much for. PALELWA. Pass. ofpalela. PALO. A counting; a reckoning; a number. PALouo. Noun from baloga. PAMPA. To bear false witness against. PAMPIRJil. Paper (hybrid). PANKA = Hanka, Int.=Punka, Int. PANYA. To use all speed; to hasten. Go panya ka sebete, to cause to lie on the stomach. P ANYEGA. 0 tla panyega ka se beta, be will be lying on his stomach. PAOGANYA. To leap over, as over a. gully ; to step from stone to stone, or rock to rock. PAOLA. To drive one or two animals out from the rest. PAPA. Dye from a. new cloth when first washed. PAPADI. 'l'hings purchased or collected ; merchandise. PAPALALA. To be stretched out stiffly. PAPALA1'SA. To make tight., or rigid. Go pa.palat.sa. matlho, to raise or fix the eyes, and look ea.gPrly. PAPALO. Gain; interest of monAv. PAPAMALA. To be tight or fit tightly, as a garment; to be level, or horizontnl, Int. PAPANA. To make smooth or level ; to smooth out a. wet skin. PAI'ANNE. Perf. qfpapana. PAPATHA. To pat with a. hand or stone when smearing a. floor. PAPA'fHEGA. An exclamation used when driving a perEon away in an11er, and ngarded as a malediction or curse. PAPATHILE. Perf. ofpapatha. PAPATSHA. To beat severely with a stick or open hand. PAPETISHO. A baptism (hybrid). PAPE'fLA. Flat; to become tlat. E papetla, it is flat. PAPEl'LEGA. To become fiat-

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tened ; to become shrivelled up, as a poor animal. PAPE1'LE'SA= Pepetletsa. P To make fiat ; to cause to be fiat. P APIEDIWA. Pass. of papietsa. PAPill:r.A. To press down, as meal in a measure. P:APISHO. A company. P:A.PoLo ... A stretching out; a crucifixion. PAPOSANE. A small side stream in a river. P APU'fLA. To go along as a blind man. PARAGANYA. Torace,asahorse; to gallop. PARALALA. To become stiff, or erect. PAaALATSA. To make stiff, or erect ; tn stretch out stillly, as arms or legs. PARA'rLELA. To run away, as a wild ox. PASA. A pass (hybrid). PArA. To accompany on a journey. =Shuba. A hull's penis. PATADIK.GAGANE. A kind of red lizard; a fern. PATAGANA. To be joined to; to be one with ; to be side by side; to be yoked with. PATAGANCWE. Perf. pass. of patagana. Re patagancwe nae, we are united to him. PATAGANYA. To join together side by side; to place side by side ; to couple together; to yoke together. PATAGANYE. Perf. ofpatagana. PA'fANA=Kgwatlha. PATELECO. A false accusation. PATELEDIWA. Pass. of pateletsa .. PATELELA. To compel; to con strain, Cnt. PATELELO. Compulsion. P A'rEL ETSA. To accuse falsely ; to compel against one's wish. PA'rERONE. A pattern (hybrid). P ATIKA. To oppress; to distress; to do wrong to ; a thin of beads worn below the knee, and on the neck. PATIKEGA. To be distressed; to be shrunk up and miserable looking through poverty of flesh PA'l'IKEGO. An oppression. PA'riKELA. 'l'o drive or press into a corner or narrow space. PA'l'IKELELA. To ptess upon or against, with hands or argu ments. PATIKO. An opprPssing. PATIKWA. Pass. of patika. Ke patikwa ke tlala, I am op pressed by hunger. PA'l'ILWE. Go patilwe ke, to be accompanied by. P ATISA. To cause to accompany. PA'fLELii. An open space; a market place ; a fiat, level place. PATLO. A seeking. P A'l'O LO. Au an vi!. PATOLOGANA. 'l'o be parted, or sel?arated ; to be cloven, as an ox. s hoof. PATOLOGANYA. To pull open things joiued together, or spliced. PATOLOGANYE. Pe>j. of patolo gana. Ditlhako tse di patolo ganyeii., cloven hoofs. PA"l'WA. Pass. of pata. PEBA. A mouse; a house mouse. PEBENYO. Nounfom bebenya. PEcii. A punishment; a beating. PEDI. Two. P1muN". Mo peduii., in a heart. P:E:ELANii. A wager; a stake; a bet. PEELEDI. The edge round the bottom of a kaross ; the bordPr, or hem of a garment; a skin worn by a boyale girl under her reed skirt. P:E:ELi:Lii. An earnest. PE:ELii. A pledge; a putting down for. Used chiefly of bewitching medicines.

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Pi:GA. To hang up. Go pega mola.to, to lay blame upon. PEGILE. Perj. ofpega. Pi:GWA. Pass. ojpega. PEIS. A pimple; a horse sore (hybrid). PEKA. To adulterate ; t.o mix. PEKANCWE. :Mixed. PEKANYA. To mix up together. PELA. A rock rabbit; a coney. Kapela=Ka bonakii. PELAELO. Doubt. PELAHALO. Boasting. PELE. Before; first. Pele ga, in front of. Kwa pele, before. PELEEGA. To be impudent ; to be affected; to be uppish. PELEEGO. Impudence; affecta tion; uppishness. Ka peleego, impudently. Pi:Li:Go. Childbirth. PELENYANA. Dim. ojpele. Ha pelenyana, a little further. PELESA. A pack-ox. PELESHO. A burden. Pi:Lo. See Pi:i:Lo. PELO. A heart. PELOCHULA. Evil-hearted. PELOECHEU. Clean hearted. 0 peloecheu, he is blameless. Ka peloecheu, willingly. PELOETHATA. Hard-hearted ; hard-heartedness. PELOKGALE. Brave; bold. PELOKIMA. Bold; courageous. PELOl!PE. Proud; daring. PELONAliAGADI. Tender-hearted ; contented. PELONOMI. Soft-hearted; kind. PELONOLO. Humble; meek. PELONTLE. Pure in heart. PELOTELELE. Patient ; longsuffering. PELOTLHOMOGI. Kind; merciful. PELOTSHETLHA. Envious. PELWANE. A swallow. PEMA. A bit for a pack-ox's nose. PENA. To bend back ; to be bent, a.s a plough baudle. PEN AMA. To bend back, or slope backwards. PENAME. Perf. ofpenama. Pi:NE. A penny; a pen (hybrid}, PENEGA. 'l'o become bent back: PEN o GA. To become bent straight; to lean back; to straigllten a t.bing that is bent back ; to become visible. PENOLA. To bend back much, as the covers of a book when bent so as to break the back of it; to make visible, so that all can see. PENOLOGA. To become spread out, or widely extended, .. s an overflowing river, very large eyes, etc. PENOLOGELA. To spread out to. PEo. A seed. Pi:o. A laying on ; a putting on ; a placing on. PEOLWANE. A swallow. PEPEDUMA. To talk indistinctly; to mumble. Pi:Pi:NA. To make conspicuous; to set out conpicuously, as a trader his goods; to rivet, as a bolt. PEPENENEN. An open space ; the open. Mo pepenenefi, openly. PEPENNE. Perj. ojpepena. PEPENTSHA. To cause to be conspicuous. Pi:PENW A. To be conspicuous ; to be manift!st. PEPENWE. Perf. ofpepenwa. PEPETLEGA= Papetlega. PEPETLECO. Noun from pepetletsa. To drive slowly or carefully ; to attend care fully to. Pi:Ri:Ko. Work (hybrid). PERELA. A pearl (hybrid}. PEREPETSA=Leleka. Kgomo ea perepetsa=mokwele. PEROFESA. To prophesy (hy brid). PEROFESHO. A prophecy (hy brid). PEsEco=Leishii. Ntlo ea peseco, an oven.

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PES HO. A roasting. PETEKETSA. 'l'o talk SO fast as not to be understood. P:Erl'LEKA. To open, as a book, or the hands. PETLO. An adze; an instru ment for scraping skins. PETLOSA. To open an eyelid with the fingers. PE1'0, A choking; a strangling. PETSANA. A colt; a young horse. P:ErsANA= Petsana. PEULWANE. See PEOLWANE. PEu. See PEo. PEUN. Mo pe.uii, in a seed. PEYANA. A child's penis. PEYENYANA=Pelenyana. PHACOLA. 'l'o be wilfully foolish. PHACHA. A garden ploughed for a chief. PHACHAKANYA. To dabble in water with the hands ; to splash water about with feet, as a horse, or with hands, as a child. PHACHANYA=Phachakanya. PHACHWA. Black and white, large pattern. Used of an ox. PHACHWANA. Fem. ojphachwa. PHADIMOGA. To pass over quickly, as a passing shower; to jump to one side; to shy. PHADIMOLA. To look at, and take the eyes away quickly; to run off quickly, as the wa.ter of a passing shower; to startle ; to cause to jump to one side, or shy. PHAGE. A wild cat. PHAGELA. To rush upon ; to commence an attack. PHAGELELA. 'fo rush at, or upn. PHAHA. A vessel for keeping beer in. PHAHANA. A small phaha; a drinking cnp. PRAH:E=Phage. PHAILA. To give a side blow with open hand ; to remove with a sweep of the open hand; to drive oxen to one side awa.y from others ; to fall, as the first rain of the season. PHAITSE. Perj. ojphaila. Pula e phaitse, the first rain has fallen. PHAKA. To place a piece of wood on two other pieces horizontally. PrfAKALANE. A kind of small hawk or falcon. PHAKALEGA. To be placed across. or li.e .. across, as a piece of wood on the top of two other pieces standing a distance apart. PHAKALEGO. A piece of wood placed across others at the top ; a cross-beam or p
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as a swarm of locusts ; to scatter, or become scattered over a wide space. PnANTLISA. Oaus. ofphantla. PHANTSE. Perf. ofpbanya. PnANTsHA. 'l'o speak out freely and without fear. Go phantha rnatlho, to open the e-,es wide. PHANYA. To burst actively; to crack. PHANYEGA. To become burst; to be cracked. Used of a wooden vessel, skin sack, etc.; to die suddenly. PnA:&. A pointed stick for making holes, or digging with. PHAOLOGA. To speak something different, or take a different position from others in a con versation or dispute ; to appear as a wanderer coming no one knows where from. PHAPAANO. A course or turn. PHAPHALAJ,A. To be a little dry, or very dry, as the ground, a cl
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PHATLALATSA. To disperse ac tively; to cause to disperse. PuA'fLALECWE. Re pbatlalecwe ke batho, the people have left us. PHATLHA. An opening or gap among trees, or in a hedge. PHA'l'LOGA. 'l'o die suddenly from some unknown cause ; to become rent.= Kakabologa. Go phatloga pelo, to become bro ken-hearted. PuATLOLA. 'l'o pull asunder, os a split stick ; to cut asunder lengthwise. Go phatlola pelo, to break the heart. PHA'I'OGO. A crack. PHATSA. A chip; a splinter;. a piece of wood cut oft' length wise ; a small piece inserted in the tip of an arrow. PHATSHI.MA. 'l'o shine, as iron, etc. ; to glitter. PHATSIMA= Phat.shima. PHATSHIMELA. To shine upon. PHA'l'WE. 'l'he month of August. PHEco. A completion; a finishing. PHECOGA. To become changed; to become reversed; to become altered. PH V.COLA. To invert; to turn upside down ; to reverse; to roll a over on to its other side. PHEDILE. PREDISA. PHEGELO. in g. Perf. of Pbela. Ca.as. ofpbela. A sighing ; a pantPu:EGELO= Phegelii. PHEGIICO. Notin-fom phegutsa. PRF.AO. Wind; air. PHEKA. To hold a goat's leg under one's knee when milking her. PHEKAGANYA. To lay across, as a bird sticks across its ; to hold a stick across the shoulders behind. PHEKALALA. To lie across, as a batten on a door; to lie across a path. PHEKALEGA. To lea.n to, as a Secwana door. PHEKALEGO. Nown from phe kalega. PuEKALE'fSE. Prf. of pheka lala. Lo phel'llletse mo loma tiii., it liP.s straight across the plank. PHEKAliiA. To lean ; to slant; to be obliquP. PAEKA.ME. Pmj. of phekama. PHEKAllllSA. Caus. of pbekama. PHEK E = Sebeke. l'HEKEGA. 'l'o hold a thing in a slanting position. Go phekega logoii., to hold the wood un a slunt. PHEK:Er.A. A flying chip. PHEKELO. Phekelii ea bogamii, the pla.ee on a cow's side where the milkeu puts his head. Phekelii ea bodimo, the opposite side of a cow to that on which a milker sits. PHEKO. A charm. PHEKOLA. 'l'o rub medicines on a face, the wall of a house, etc. PHELA. 'l'o survive. PHELUIELAO. A neglecter, or despiser of warnings. PHELEA. To have an impedi ment in speech as if the tongue were too largA. PHELEGECO. Noun from hele gPtsa. PHELEHII= Pheleu. PHELEKA. Go pheleka. p11ii, to speak in parables, or so as not tn be understood. PHEf,EII. A male sheep; a ram. PHELWANE. A wallow. PREMELO. A clefence. PnF.MO. A defence. PHE!\YO. A conquest; a victoy. PuEsYoN. Mo phenyoii., in conquest. PHF.O. Noun front hea; a con vict.ion; a convincing; a word victory. PHEPA. To be clean, or clear; tn be pure; t.o he hcalthy; to be guiltless, faultless, or inno

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cent. A. little as of moon or stars, or at dawn or evening time. The dung of a crocodile, Int. 0 phepa, he is light-coloured. PHEPAHALA. 'l'o become a little to be clear, as stars. PHEPAHALO. Early in the morning; dawn; morning twi liqht. PHEPHA. To be weak from sick ness, or poverty of llesh. Go pbepha marapii, to be poor in fiesh, or feeble. PHEPHEN. A scorpion, PHEPISA. Go ntaha phepisa, to go about indecently exposed. Used of a woma.n. PHER.-1.. A solitary male wilde beest, or buff&lo, Int. Ke phera hela, it is only a little bit that I have. Spoken in response to a beggar of to bacco. PHERAMA=Pharama, lnt. PHERANYANA = Pherll in its second meaning. PHERKTLHEGO. A disturbance. PHERETLHO. An insurrection; a disturbance ; a stir. PHETAKAPENYANA. A sharp, or active one; active; sharp. PHETE. An infection; a cnuta gion ; infectious ; contagious. PHETELO. An abortion. PHETHAKGANA. To turn on one side ; to roll, or toss from side to side, as a sick person ; to be deceitful. PHETHAKGANO. A rolling; a tossing. PHETHAKGANYA. To turn things topsy turvy. PHETHEKGANA= Phethakgana. PHETLA. A swift, Int. PHETLHELA. A.n iron tool for boring with ; an augur. PHETLHWANF.. A trap, Int. PHETLOGA. Dim. Used of eyes, Int. PHETOGO, A change; a being changed. PHETOLO. A changing; an in terpretation; an answer. PHETO. A passing over; a. pass ing by. PHIHADU. Black. Used of cattle. PHIHALO. Darkness ; an eclipse. PHIHIHALO. Darkness. PHIKA. 'l'o continue a long time. Used of rain. Phika kgolo, a very large snake; a water serpent. PHIKAMA. 'l'o be dense, as a swarm of locusts ; to be very numerous, as a crowd of people. PHIL6=Phiii. PHIMOLA:. To wipe ; to wipe off; to blot out. PHINY A. 'l'o exude wind, PRINYECO. 'l'he junction of the leg and body. Used as a curse. Pm6. A kidney. PHIRI. A wolf; a. hyena. Part. o. PHIRICHWANA. A small wolf. PHIRIMA. 'l'o set. Used of the sun. PHIRIMILE. Perf. of phirima. PHIRIMILECWE. Ke phirimile cwe ke letsati ke sa ea kwa nokeii., the sun set as I was going to the river. PHISEGO. Noun from hisega. PHISHO. A burning. PHITLHO. A burial; a funeral. PHITSANA. A wolf cub. PHITSEGA. 'l'o become sprained; to be bruised, or broken, as a reed rubbing against another. PmTSlSA. To kill an insect by rubbinll" it between the fingerd. PHOA. To become blistered. PHODISHO. A curing; a healing. PHOGO. 'l'he top of a head ; the crown of a head. PHOGIJ'fSEGA. 'l'o scold very much ; to continue to scold. PHOHO. A !lying. PHOHOJIIO. A fulness. PHOHONYECO. A whispering. PuoHu. An elautl. Noga ea

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phobu, a yellowish snake, not very poisonous. PHOISA. To cause to become blistered. PHOHA. A moth that eats stored corn. PHOKA. To foam, or froth, as milk in a pail. To stand out, as little tufts on a well-brayed sliin. Go phoka mashulii, to foam at the mouth. Go phoka hCla.. Used of a morning when there is but little dew. PHOKELELA. To talk loudly, or rave, as a drunken man. PHOKISA. Oaus. ofpboka. PHOKO. News; fame. PH6K6. A be-goat. PHoKoc6. Subtraction. l'HOKOYANE. A little silver PnoKOYE. A silver jackall. PHOKWANA. A young he-goat. PnoLA. To jump down; to jump off ; to dismount. A side bole, or chamber in a ground squirrel's bole. PHOLEA. To wander hither and thither. PHOLE"rHA. To wander, not knowing where one goes. PHoLo. A large male animal ; a large ox. PHOLO. Health; soundness. PROLODISHO. An abortion. Used of animals. PHOLOGA. To be helped with food ; to live by being provided with food. PHOLOGO. A descent; a de scending. From hologa. PH6L6H6CHWANA. A little phii lohOlo. PH6L6H6r.6. A wild animal; a wild beast having hoofs like those of a goat. To enter on one side and come out at another. PHOLOLETSA. To pierce so as to come out on the other side. PHOLWANA. A young ox older than a mog<.J.telii. PHOliA. To push in or down, as earth off a bank. PHOMEGELA. 'l'o fall in or down, as earth pushed into a hole with a spade ; to assault, or take by storm. PHOMELA. To be quarrelsome ; to provoke a qua.rrel. PHOMOSE'l'SA. Di tla phomo setsa mbu. Used of cattle tramping soil into a drinking bole. PHONI. A cheek-bone. PHOPHAMA. To be unable to continue a journey or to re turn, through loss of oxen. Nut used of setting out. 'l'o cower, or huddle oneself up, Int. PHOPHELETSA. To fill up any thing that was nearly full. PHOPHI='l'hothi. PuoR.APHORA. To pull about, a.s in petting. PHoREG6. Self-esteem. Pno&I. Rust in corn. PHOR.O. Deceit. Ditihii tsa phorii, deceitful acts. From hora. PH6R6. A curling. From hiira. PHOROMA. To find a hiding person ; to detect, or find out, as evil. Pass. phoroiiwa. PHOR.OMETSA. To pour out liquid in a stream with a rushing noise. PHOROMILWE. Perf. pass. of phoroma. 0 phoromilwe mo boakeii, he has been detected in adultery. PHORONWA. Pass. ofphoroma. PHOSHO. A mis at a m>Lrk; a failur!3; a failure of memory, etc. J!'rom hosa. PHorr. A vaal buck. PHO'l'HA. 'l'o beat out ; to thresh; to thresh with oxen. Pn6-rHA. 'l'o grow up high, as corn before the grain appears. PHO'l'HOMF.l'SA. To pour out liquicl with a noise. PHO'l'IIOSELA. To murmur, as

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. water flowing down a cas cade PHOTLHA=Phatlha., Int. PHOl'LOKU. Pitsa. photloku, the pot is full. PHOTLOKANA = Photloku. PHOTONONO." An insect, or beetle that eats growing corn. PHOTONWANE. Tbe muscle or ba.ll of flesh in an arm above the elbow, or in the front leg of an animal. PH01'SA. To rub threa,.ls of sinew between the hands ; to abort in the earlier months of pregnaucy. Used of a wo man. PHOTSANA. A young photi. PHOTSEGA. To come nut sud denly; to make a sudden ap pearance ; to rush out, as a ta.rtled hare, etc. PHOUHOLOGA. A recovering of sight. PHOUMELA. To be rash or cipitate in word or action ; to rush iu as a fool. PHOUMETSA. To pour out in a stream, as from a bucket. PHUA. To beat a skin with hand or stick in order to get out the dust. PHUAGANA. To fall down, as a weak person, or a light thing. PHUAGANYA. To cause to fa11 down, as a weak person ; to throw down, as a light thing. PHuc6. A curse; a devoting to harm. From hutsa. PHUDUEGO. A commotion ; a tumult. PHUDI!HUDU. A small antelope; a stem buck. PHUEGA. To be very tired ; to be exhausted ; to be weak from sickness, etc. PHUHA. Tile 11.ower of a bulb. Phuha ea shoma, the 11.ower of a leshOma bult>. PHUHI=Phuba. PnUKWAl'F.. 0 phukwane, sbe ha.s conceived without pre\ious menstruation. E phukwane, it ha conceived while still very young. PHULARO. A succession; a course. PHULO. Nounfron1 hula. PHUMUSA=Thelesa. PHUMUSETSA='l'helesetsa. PHUMUSE"l'SANrA = Thelesetsanya. PHUliUSHO=Thelesho. PHUNTSE. Perf. of phunya.. PHUNYA. To pierce; to brE>ak into, as a house. Perf. phuutse. Pass. phuiiwa. PHUNYEGA. To become pierced; to burst out with angry speech; to pour out a torrent of scold ing words. Pau:&wA. Pa&S. of phunya.. PnuPu. A tomb; a filled up gra.ve. PHURA= Hura.. PHUitANYO. Nown from hura. nya. PHUTHA. To gather together in an active sense; to collect. PHUTHAKA. To collect thor-oughly. PHUTHAKANYA. To collect very many things. PHlTfHEGA. To become gathered together; to assemble .. PHUl'HEGELA. To. gather into-; to gather together to. PHUTHEGILE. Perf. ofphuthega. PHIJ'fHEGO. An assembly ; a gathE>ring; a church. PHUTHOLOGA. To become spread out. PHIJ'fHOLOGO. A spreading out. PHU'l'HOLOLA. To spread out; to explain ; to trauolate. PHUTHUMETSA= Phothometsa. PHUTSAHALO=Khutsahalo. PHUTSANYO. A cursing of each ot.her. PIC6. A calling; a public meet ing called by a chief. PIDIANYA. To gather together a large number of thing; to kill numbers of wild animals.

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PIHO. Noun fronl biha. PILA=Sentle, or Hontle. Sala. pila= Sala sentle. PILo. A black patch of burnt grass. PINA. A tune; a song; a tune to dance to ; a dance. PINAGARE=Lekotwana. A pillar ot centre piece on which all the rest depend. PINO. A dance; a dancing. PIPIETSA. To alter purposely and knowingly what one has beard, when relating it. PIPI'I'LA. To keef hack pa.rt of a story ; to fai to tell all the news. PIPITLWA. Pass. of pipitla. PIPOLOLO. Noun from bipolola. PIRIGANA. To fall, as a heavy body. PIRIGANTSE. Perf. of piriga.nya. PIKIGANYA. To dash, throw, or knock down. Used chiefly of heavy things. PIRWA. Black. Used of a male sheep. PmwANA. Fem. q.fpirwa. Pn'IELA. A piece cut out as a patch ; a patch before it is sewn in. Prni:Lo. A patch after it is sewn in ; a concealment of murder, etc. PITIKA. To tum a thing over, moving it from its former place. PITIKOLOGA. 'fo be turned over. PITIKOLOLA. To turn a thing over, not moving it from its former place ; to turn a thing over or round while holding it in the hands. PITLA. To squeeze between the hands or fingers ; to crush, as two people one between them. PITLAGANA. To be crowded ; to be crushed ; to be in a diffi culty. PrrLAGANCWE. 0 pitlagancwe ke, he is distressed by. PITLAGANO. A crush ; a diffi culty. PITLAGANTSE. Perf. of pitlagit nya. Pn'LAGANYA. To crush togetheT ; to squeeze together ; to press upon. PITLELELA. To press upon ; to crush. PITLELETSA. Go pitleletsa ka mrnele, to press upon with the body. PITLOLOSA. To enlarge ; to make larger by removing a hindrance. PITLONOSA= Pitlolosa. PITSA. A pot. PITSANA. A little pot; a saucepan. PrrsE. A horse; a zebra. P6. See P66. PoA. A widespreading, treeless, flat country. P6ANA. A young bull. P6ANE. The month of SeptembPr. PoBOL6. A sickness. PoBORAN6. Fear. Poc6. A question. Pom. A goat. PoDILE. A nasty smelling beetle. PooiSA. First ripe fruit. PoDisH6. A decaying. PoDUHALO. Idleness; slothfulness. Motbo oa podubalii, au idle person. PoE6. A returning. Poo6. An enduring ; a suffer ing. Poorsa6. Persecution; oppres sion. P6ai:LJ!JL6. Noun from biibelela. Porca6. Terror; fear. Pora6. Fear. }>orTSHEG6. Dreadfulnes. P6KOLEL6. An animal's death cry. PoLA6. A killing; a murder; a PoLEDI = Polelii. PoLELELOPELE. A promise. PoLi:L6. A telling; a promise.

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PoLO. A large kind of iguana living in or near water. P6L6. A penis. Used as a curse. PoLoA. To gather, in sewing (hybrid). PoLo!. A. gathering in sewing (hybrid). PoLoKi:G6. A safe keeping; a being saved. PoLOKELO. A place of safpty; a garner. PoLoK6. Safety; salvation. PoMA. To divide; to cut off. POMOGELA. To assault with the tongue; to insult. P6NAL6. An appearance. P6NALEG6. Noti/YI, from biina lega. P6NATSHEG6. Openly ; an ap pearing. P6N6. Sight. PoNo:N. Mo pono:ii, in sight; visible. To burst forth in song or speech. Ponyega out with it! P6NYEGA=Ponyega, Int. PoNYO. A twinkling; a wink ing. Ka ponyii oo. leitlhii, in a moment ; instantly. Po:NwA. Pass. ofpoma. Po6. A bull. PoPA1116. Thinness from hunger. Poi'EG6. A condition, or for mation ; th11 habit or nature with which a person was born. PoPi:L6. A woman's womb. PoPELELO. A row, one coming after another. PoP6. A creation ; a natural habit or formation. P6P6. A threatening. PoPOA. To punish slightly by tapping, or slapping. PoPOMA. To swell; to rise in swelling ; to bulge out, as a badly folded thing ; a swelling; something raised above its surroundings. PoPOMALA. To swell, as a dead animal; to rise high, as a full river. POPOTHA. To shake a thing about in order to get out dust. P6P6TLA. To bother by talking much ; to continue to talk when others are silent; to con tinue to eat when others have finished. P6lt6P6TLHA. To leak much, as a house in which the pattering of dropping water is heard. P6R6TLA. To leak, as a pot or wooden vessel. P6R6TLELA. To continue talk ing; to talk without end. P6'l'A. To go round a thing. Go ba piita ka kwa moragii, to go round behind them. P6TELA. To rub rheims or skins between the hands with a grinding or revolving move ment when braying. PoTILE. Perf. ofpiita. PoTLAKA. 'l'o hurry ; to be in eager haste ; to be confused through haste; to bother one self about. Po"l'LAKELA. To hasten for, or to. Po-rr.AKISA. To cause to hurry, as by speaking to. Po"l'LAK6. Hurry; eager haste. P6TLANA. Small; few. Used with nouns whose particle is e. Po"l'OKANA. To fall down to the ground. Po'l'OKANYA. To cause to fall; to let fall. PoroKWE. A roll; anything rolled up tightly. E potokwe, it is round. Used of a rod, etc. PoTOLOGA. To go round an object; to make a circuit; to compass ; to walk round; to be round about. POTOLOGILE. Lorakii lo lo poto logile:ii motse, the wall which encompasses the town. PoTOLOGWA. Pass. ofpotologa. PoTOLOSA. To cause to go round, etc. Pol'oNOGA=Potologa.

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PoTONOSA=Potolosa. PoTsANE. A kid. Noga ea pot. sane, a mythical large water serpent, said to bleat like a kid. POUNAllA. A lip. PUANE=Tlhoro. PUANO. A conversation. PuBAGADr. A smo.ll dice. Puco. Nownfrom bucwa. l'UCWA = Pududu. PUDUCWANA. l!'etn. ofpududu. Puoucuo. A gleaning of grain. Puouou. Dark blue. PUDUHUDU. See PHUDUHUDU, PuouLo. A blast. Used of breath. PuDULOGO. A swelling. PuDUMO. A blue wildebeest. Ntsi ea pudumo, a black mason bee. PUDUNWANA. A kind of small bird destructive to corn. PUJl:LEGO. Noun from buelega. PULA. Rain: PUNKA, strong, Int. PuNo. Nounfrom buna. Puo. Speech. PuPURA. To chew hard sub stances, as pips, etc. PUltAPURA. Purple (hybrid). Pusno. A reign ; a reigning; part of a kingdom. PusHOLOSHO. Vengeance. PUTLA. To seek in many place ; to give a side blow ; to strike with a stick ; to poke with a horn from side to side. PUl'LAPUTLA. To seek about verv much. PuTLilLA. A half or part of a broken spear handle. Used also of a broken stick, axe handle, etc. PuruKA. To bring, or add to gether, as different droves of cattle. Plrl'UKANYA. To pass quickly from one work to another ; to press with a variety of argu ments. PUTUKELELA. To press upon, or overcome with arguments; to press upon, or push up into a corner or narrow space. R. RA. Father of; father-in-law of. Used of a woman's father-in law only. Shortened form of raea, to say. A n ra nna ? do you say me P do you mean me? RAANA. To say to each other. RABANYA. To dash down and break. Go rabanya tlhogo, to break the head. RABELA. To shadow, Int. RADlLE. Perf. of rala. RAEA. To say ; to say to ; to mean ; to smear medicines on a wall, roof, etc. Go raea leha tshe, to place doctored sticks, etc., in the paths, etc., as a pro tection from enemies. RAELA. To tempt; to ensnare in speech ; to poison water, food, etc. RAELWA. Pass. ofraela. RAETSE. Perf. ofraela. RAGA. To kick out backwards, or forwards. RAGAKANYA. To kick out in all directions. RAGO. 'l'hy father. RAGOGA. ro run very fast ; to run with all the might. RAGOGE!.A. 0 la a mo ragogela, he ran at him. RAGOLA. To rush at an animal and drive it from others; to cut with a jerking movement upwards ; to hough, or cuL an animal's sinews. RAuw:E. His father; her father; her father-in-law. Used only of a woman in the latter sense. RAHA. To take out of a thing or place ; to take minerals out of a mine, corn out of a sack, etc. ; to take out and put in a vessel, as food. RAHELA. To take out for. Go

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ba. rahela diyii, to dish food for them. RAHOLA. To take the first food out of a pot for a superior per son; to separate, or take out little by little; to divide cattle into small lots for drinking. RAHOTSANYA. To go out one after another with short inter vals between ; to follow in succession. RAKA. To arrive before the time; to precede ; to arrive before, taking a different route; to be before in doing or saying. Go mka mariga, to arrive be fore winter. Ba le ba mka Y esu kwa mmieya, they met Jesus on the other side. 0 la a mo ralca ka go bua, he met him by speaking first; he spake first unto him. Go rakakgomo, to arrive before the ox. RAKADI. A solitary male wilde beest, Int. RAKANA. To meet by coming across; to arrive or meet to gether having taken different routes. RAKANELA. To meet at. Re tla mkanela kwa 'l'auii, we will arrive together at Ta.uii; we will meet at Tauii. RAKGADI. An uncle by marriage; an aunt; a father's sister ; a. father's sister's husband. RA.LA. To draw a straight line; to cut a straight line, as in sldnning an animal; to go ina straight line ; to be consistent. RALALA. To pas through ; to go from place to place ; to go ab >Ut ; to visit a wife at her father's house. RALALARALA.I.A.. To go through and through a land. RALALELA. To live with a wife, or visit her at her father's house. RALALWA. Pass. ojralala. RALoKA. = Rlllotsa. RALOTSA. To run about, as calves at play. RurATLA. To begin to walk, Int. RAMoGoLO. An uncle; a father's elder brother. RANOLA. To speak with pre ciseness ; to speak out plainly, as one not wishing to deceive; to make plain in speaking or writing. RANYA. To walk stealthily in a stooping posture; to break auythin!f with a molamu, etc. ; to make marks on the body; to tattoo the body. RANWANE. My uncle; my father's younger brother. RAPALALA. To go across a path, or across a country ; to lie, or be stretched across, as a string, a batten on a door, etc. A bo rapalale le lomati, let it lie straight across the plank. RAPALANA=Rapelana. RAPALATSA. Caus."oj rapalala. RAPALEGA. To be placed crosswise, either straight or slant ing. RAPAMA. To recline, or lie on the side ; to cut across, or go by a short route. Go rapama le lehatshe, to go across the country. Go rapamakasebete leha e le ka niika, to recline on the stomach or the hip. RAPAME. PIJTj. of rapama. RAPAliELA. Ke tla. rapamela tsela, I will cut across to the path. Ke le ka rapamela rure ha hatshe, I was prostrate on the 1loor. RAPA.MISA. Caus. ojrapama. RAPAMOLOGA. To get up from lying 011 the side. RAPEGA. To be lying on the side. A a rapege ha hatshe, let him lie down on his side. RAPELA. To pray ; to entreat. RAPELANA. To pray for each other. RA.Pi:Li:si:GA. To become en treated. RARA. A father, a woman's

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father-in-law; to approach and retreat. from, as in dancing ; to spin, as a spider its web; to interweave. RARAANYELETSA. To. accuse falsely. RARAANYETSA. To tell false hoods ; to publih st:Jries. RARABOLOGA. To become un ravelled, or explained. RARADOLOGELWA. To come to oneself, as one demented. RARAIIOLOLWA. To unravel; to explain. RARANA. To become intertwined, or twisted together; to be able to walk about after sickness. RARANYA. To intertwine. RARANYE. PeJj. ojrarana. R.AROLOGANYA = Harolo!lanya. RESEPHIPHI. Gonorrhooa, Int. RATA. To love; to like; to wioh. Go rata ga gagwe, his will. RATEGA. To become loved; to be beloved ; to be precious. RA TELA. 'l'o approach stealthily. R.A'I'HA. To chop; to cut off an ox's hPad. RATHOLA. To make much beer. RA'I'LALALA. To speak, sing, or cry in concert; to shout out altogether, nsan excited crowd. RE. We. Us. When. A re a bua, when he spoke. Short ened form of rata. Ke le l

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REPISETSA. To loosen for. REPOLOGA. To descend in a. line, as cattle from a hill. R:EaA. To terrify; to fascinate, a.s a snake a bird ; to talk over, or discuss a matter, as a mar riage proposal, etc. Go rera le, to commune with. REREGA. To be afra.id; to be terrified; to be startled. REREGJLE. Perf. ofrerega. REREKELA. To walk with a. swaying gait, a.s if about to fall. REREPA. See RrRIPA. R:Ea:EaA, To startle; to terrify. R:EawA. Pass. of rera. RETA. To surname. R:ETA. To pet. RETELA. 'l'o be too difficult. REI'ELECWE. To be hindered. RETELELA. To be too hard for; to hinder. RETELELANA. To hinder each other. RETELEL'I\'A, To be hindered; to be unable to do. 0 tla re teletwa. ke go tsa.ruaea, he will be unable to go. RETELETSA. To hinder ; to prevent. RETETSE. Perf. of retela. Go retetse, it is too difficult, it is impossible. RETHEHALA. To become smooth; to act deceitfully. RETHEHATSA. To make smooth ; to llatter, or deceive by fair promises. RETILE. Perf. ofreta. RETIJ,wE. Surnamed. RETOLOGA. To turn round, or towards, in a passive sense. RETOLOGELA. To turn round to. RETOLOLA. To turn round, in an active sense. RuSA. See REETSA. RETW A. Pass. of reta. RIANA=Re yana, say thus. RrALo=Re yalo, say thus. RIBAHA. To descend, or swoop down in a slanting direction ; to lie on the face or stomach. Go riba.ma ka mpa, to lie on the stoma.ch. RIBAH E. Perf. of ribama.. RrBEGA. 'l'o place a thing so as to cover another thing with it; to turn a pot, etc., upside down. Go ribega matlhO, to cover the eyes with the lids, and look down. RrsEGEDiwA. Pass. ofribegrtsa. RIBEGETSA. To cover a thing by putting a larger thing over it upside down. RIBEGwA. 'fo be doctored while lying down on the face, as a woman after the death of her husband. RIBEI,A. To avoid a missile by stooping, or moving aside. Rrur. Tasteless; without fla vour ; without smell. RrsoLA. To beat with one severe blow; to conquer with one word. RILE. Per.f. of re. A rile a tse na, when he had entered. F. rile a utlwa, when he heard. Sometimes used in books for reil e. RINKE. A ring (hybrid). RIRIPA. To take all there is to take ; to gather everything up ; to cut all the hair oft' a head. Rru. To stir up well-boiled meat with a pronged stick. Rrl'ELA. Go ritela. holoko, to make smearing smooth by roll ing it with a stone. RITIBALA. To be permanent; to be a fixture; to sit quite still. Ro=Re. R6BA. To break crosswise; to reap by breaking off; to reap. Pass. roywa. Perf. robile. Go riiba maoto, to rest for a while, as travellers. R6BAGANY A. To break entirely ; to smash up. R6BALA. To lie down; to lie down to sleep ; to sleep.

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RoBAROBEGA. To go hither and thither seeking food. RoBATSA. To cause to sleep ; to lay down in a sleeping p.>sture. RoBECWE. E rile go robecwe, while people slept, when it was sleeping time. RoBEGA. To become broken. RoBEGELA. To become broken off, as a cork in a bottle. ROBEGILE. Pe.f. ofrobega. RoBESETSA. To break otf, as a cork in a bottle. RoBETSE. Perf. of robala. ROBILE. Perf. ofroba. ROBOKEGA. To 'die in large numbers. Used of people and animals. RoGA. To curse a per>on by pointing to his or her private parts; to curse. RoGAKA. To curse much. RoGAKILWE. Cursed. RoGAKWA. Pass. ofrogaka. RoGWA. Pass. of roga. 'fo ap. pear, as a new moon. Kgwedi e e rogwaii, the new moon. RoKA. To sew. RoKAGANA=Chwarag-ana. To be sewn together. Go rokagana le, to be one with. RoKGONYEGA. To move, or shake, as a sleeper under a kaross. RoKBAMA=Thokhama, Int. RoKOLOLA. To reopen a closed up sore, or abscess. RoKOMOLOGA. To become scabby ; to break out in an eruption. RoKOTSA. To suck. Used of a calf. RoLA. To take something off the head, or feet. Perf. rotse. RoLOLA. To force one's way in, as an army into a. town, flood water into a house, etc.; to take forcible possession of ; to oust. RoMA. To send. RoMA. To infect evilly; to cause evil in another ; to spoil a child through lack of disci pline. RoMECWE. Sent. RoMEGA. To be confounded; to be helpless from confusion. RoNA. We; us; to fit badly; to be unsuitable to ; to be un becoming; to be objectionable; to act objectionably. Dia gu rona, they fit you badly. TihO e ea gu rona, this work does not become you. RoNKGA. To rub off, or pull off the scab of a sore ; to rub, or knock against so as to hurt a sore place; to hurt the feelings by saying unpleasant things ; to lick sores, as a dog. RoNKGWA. Pass. ofronkga. RoNOPA. To gleam. RoNTSA. To refuse to sell or give to one perdon that which one afterwards sells or gives to another, or wastea. See RuN TSHA. RoNWA. Pass. ofr,>ma. 'l'o he very large; to be immense. RoPHA. Used of a cow when put to the bull. RoPHEHATSA. To destroy utterly ; to make desolate. RoPBISA. To draw water by degrees from a weak foun tain. RoPOSA. To cut down the stomach of a dead animal. RoaA. 'l'o remove; to carry away; to carry home corn. RottA. To snore. Ro&.\RORA. To pur, as a cat. To ga.ther to, or into. RoRO.MA. To trouble, as with fear. Fever, Int. RoRO.MELA. To sink into mud. RoROMISA. To cause to tremble. Rou. To pass water; to mic. turate. Used as a curse. RoTHA. To rain in occasional large drops. RorHALALA. To rain in a thick ponring stream. DD

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RoTLHE. All; all of us. U ed of people. RoTOGA. To be large and pro jecting. Used of eyes. RoTOLELA. Go rotolela matlhO =Go papa.latsa matlho. RoTSE. Perf. ofrola. R6YWA. Pass. ofroba. RRA. A father; my father. Used when speaking to. Pt. borra. RRABO. Their father. RnAGO. Thy father. RnAGWE. His father. Rd. My father. Used when speaking of. RuA. 1'o inherit; to possess; to own. Pass. ruiwa. RuANA. 'l'o give presents mutually. Used of thosewho before were strangers. To become friends by giving mutually. RuANYE. Perf. ofruana. RUDILWE. Perf. ofrulwa. RumsA. To restore to life or animation; to give life to the dead. RuoiSIWA. Pass. of rudisa. RuHA.. 1'o pay, or reward for garden work. RunVA. Pass. of rua. RULAGANA. To be in order ; to go in order; to follow each other in order. Tsatsi ye le rulaganaii le Sabata, the day following the Sabbath. RULAGANYA. To set in order. RuLAGANYOLOLA. To make dis orderly. RuLARA. To turn away the face; to turn RuLECWE. Perf. pass. of rulela. RuLELA. To thatch. RuLOLA. See Rolola. RuLWA. To revive; to come to after a faint. 0 tla rulwa, he will revive. Perf. rudilwe. RUMARUJU. To appear pleased ; to smile without showing the teeth. RuMOLA. To vex; to provoke; to do despite unto. RUNA. To kill vermin between the thumb nails; to enquire into a. matter carefully. RuNTSHA. To vex, or grieve a person by losing or destroying something belonging to him. See RoNTSA. RuNYA. To lift up, as a mole earth, or a man a box on to his shoulder. RuPA. To enter the bogwera or boya.le ceremony either in a company or alone ; to dance the bogweraa.nd boya.le dance. RUPISA. Caus. of rupa. RURAHALA. To become true. RURAHATSA. To make true. RuRE. 1'ruly ; verily ; of a. truth; really. Rure often takes the preceding verb in ela. Go buela rure, to speak truly. Verbs in ela change into etsa. Go ganetsa rure, to strive really. 0 tla shwa rure, he will probably die. Rure o tla shwa, he will surely die. 0 shule rure, he is really dead. RUREHATSA. See RURAHATSA. RURUBADICWE. Rurubadicwe ke phehO, blown about by the wind. RuRUBALA. To By, or Bap in the wind, as the garment of a run ner, or a loose sail of a wagon. RuJtuGA. To swell. RuTA. To teach. RuTHA. To strike with a stick ; to blow strong, as the wind. RUTIHALELA. 'fo overshadow. RUl'LA. To break down, or pull down ; to pull about; to pull off, or tear off. Rul'LOLA. To disinherit; to take away a child's possessions. RurLoLOGA. 1'o become cast down. RunoLOLA. To ca.stdown, as a house, etc. RwALA. To pot something on the head or feet; to put on the

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neck, as a yoke 1 to put on the ba.ck, as a burden ; to bear. Perf. rwele. RwALELA. To gather firewood. RWALELESEa. To become full often, as a river. RwALWA. Pass. of rwala. RwANYA. 'l'o beat with a slight stroke. RwELE. Perf. of rwala. RwELWE. Perj. pass. ofrwala. RWESA. Caus. ofrwala. To put something on another's head or feet. B. SA. Not ; yet ; still. Genitive particle of nouns in se. To disappear, as darkness, night, rain, mist, etc. SABA"rA. The Sabbath (hybrid). SABOL. A sword (hybrid). SACWA. Pass. ofsapa. SADISA. To cause to remain; to keep back ; to leave. SA DISICW E. Ba ba sa.disicweii ke, those which were left by. SAGA. A saw (hybrid). SAHA. To squander; to lavish; to give away foolishly. SAKHWE. A little bag, or sa.tchel worn by women. SALA. 'l'o remain behind when others have gone. Go sa.la mo rago, to follow close after. Sala sentle, good-bye; a salu tation to one staying behind. SALALAGANA. To become de stroyed ; to become smashed, or burst; to fall asunder, or in pieces. SAL 1':. Still ; yet ; ever since. Go sale gale, early. E sale ka tsatsi yeuo, from that day. E sale ka mosho ka mmona, I saw him early in the morning. E sale ke coga ke ntse ke mmii na, I saw him early in the morning and up till now. SALELWA. Go salelwa ke, to be left with. SALWA. Pass. ofsa.la. SA:IIA. To arrange a pillow ; to make a pillow. SAMANE. A ground squirrel, grey, with whitish tail; a meercat. SAMELA. To make or place a pillow for. SAUORAGO. A placenta. Used of a woman. SANTLHOKWE. Gall. Pa1t. o. SANTSE. Still ; yet. SAPA. To swim. SE. A negative particle. Gase yalo, it is not so. This. Used with nouns whose particle is se. Setlhare se, this tree. Setlhare se se oleii., the tree which has fallen. Ke se, thia is it. Ha e se, except. Ba le ba se eo, they were absent. SEADELO. An offering, SEABO. A hole dug in searching for a ,jackal. SEAGA. A dweller. Seaga mo lapoii., a dweller by the river. SEAKA. One given to adultery; a harlot; one who leaves wife after wife, or husband after husband. SEAKANYO. A reasoning; a. studying. SEAKO. The first, or principal ear of corn; a full mealie cob. SEALELO. Sticks put at the bottom of a pot for cooking on. SEALO. A skin, etc., spread out for lying on. SEA NE. An adage; a wise say ing ; a proverb. SEANTLO. 0 ile seantlo. Used of a woman who has been taken to wife by a brother of her dead husband. SEAI'AitO. An article of cloth ing; a dress. SEAPU. A glutton; gluttonous. SEARAMO. The part under a roof where it rests on the wall. SEATI. A stayer at home ; one who does not take journeys. SEATLA. A hand. Seatla se se

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SEBONO. Athingseen; avision. SEBOPELO. A woman's womb. SEBOPI. See SEBUPI. SEBOPIWA. A created thing; a creature. SEsorao. An unenclooed sleeping place for cattle. SEBol'LANA. 'l'h.at which is small; a little thing. SEDOTLANYANA. A very little thing. SEBUBE. Porridge made with thick milk:; anything with cobweb on it; a person who tries to avoid another by hid ing. Th'l.t which opens; a key. SEBUPI. A threshing floor; a plastered back yard floor. SIDBURUBURU. A whirling toy or playt.hing. SECHANE. Over exhaution from over exertion. A kgwa sechane, he spat out froth from over exertion; he took breath a.frer over exertin.!!" himself. Lo tla bolaea motho eo sechane, or Lo tla bolaiaa motho eo sechane, yoil will run this person to death. SEC HE= Sechane. SECHO. 'fbe whipping dance in the bogwera.. SECHOLO. That which receives; a receptacle ; a vessel. S .:caw ABO= Sepernperu. An old wornout SECHWAKGA. Idle; lazy; care les. Motbo oa sech wn.kga. a very lazy person. 0 sechwa. kga, he is lazy. SECHWANCHO. A parable; a picture ; an image. SEcHWANO. A likeness. SIWHWARO. A captive. A captive. SECHWARWANA. A. little captive. S!.:CHWEREA=Sechwakga. See .DICOBOTLA. SECOMPA. A fat-bellied person; a bulging out sack. SECUACUE. A whirlwind. SECU BA BA. A spot of any colour except white on an animal. SECURUCURU. Tasteless. SECW ACW A. A thicket of bushes; dense bush. SECWALO. A door; a shutter. S!l:P-WE. Perf. ofselwa. SECWIRIRI. Neat; ; clever in doing things nicely; a clever person. 0 secwiriri, he is a clever person; he is a neat worker. SEDIBA. A well. SEDIBANA. A little well. SEDIBELECO. A hand, or vessel placed to catch dripping liquiJ.. SEUIBELO. A pot for holdmg sebilo, etc. SEDIBO. A large patch, Int. S EDIDI. Giddiness; dizziness; SEDIHATSA. 'l'o make light. I:!E DIH!. A thing that works; a tool; an instrument. SEDIHO. A tool; an instru ment. SEDIKADIKI. round, as of a houe, garden, etc.; without end ; measureless ; numberless. Dikgomo di sedi ka,Jiki, the cattle are numberl
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SEDUMEDT. Thunder in a cloud less sky, and without light ning; a meteor falling with a noise. SEELE. A distinguishing mark or feature by which an animal or person is recognised ; a mark of a burn or vaccination. 8EELEELE. A fool; foolish. SEELO. A receptacle. SEEl!A. A fence. SEEMANA. A low fence, or wall round a house or garden. 8EEM6. A standing. 8EEMAN6. Mighty, Int. SEEN. Thuto tsa seen, strange or unusual teachings. 8EE6. 0 seeo, he is absent. Tse di seeofi, those which are ab sent; those which ar" not. SEETE. A travel-worn ahoe. SEE'fEBOSIGO. The month or June. SEGA. To cut with a knife. SEGACU. Numbness; deadness; without sensation. SEGAGA. A bead. 8EGAGABI. A creeping thing. 8EGAGANCWE. Perf. pass. 0] segaganya. 8 E G A G A N E = Sekgwaripana ; small-pox. 8EGAGANYA. To cut any thick thing .with a knife. SEGAGAPA. Covetous; greedy; contentions, Int. SEGAGARU. Covetous; greedy. 8EGAHA=8Pgaga. 8EGAKABAEN=Sekgono. 8EGAKGAMALEL6. A gazingstock. 8EGAKOLODI. That which re minds; a conscience. SEGALE. A very sharp thing. SEGANKA. A bold, brave man; a fierce, angry one. Used generally in a disrespectful sense. BEGANO. Go itshelra segano, to shade the eyes with a hand while looking. SEGARE. Circularly; circular. 8EGARWE. A large dice. SJWA'l1l:L6. A place for tramp ing. Segatelo sa boyalwq., a winepress. 8EGATSETSA. A kind of rheu matism affecting the joints in cold weather. SEGAU. A smell of singeing or burning; a burnt aud shrivel. led up skin; a bard, burnt cake of cooked hlood. SEGAUCHWANE. Very near SEGELEL6. A thing for taking water up with. SEGTl'LETSA. To shake down; as corn in a measure ; to press or rub the side with an elbow. Si:oi:l'LHA= Seba. SJCoo=Tshego. A calabash. SEGOBA. A basket for dust and dirt, Int. 8EGOBANA. A small segoba, Int. S!!:Goc6=Leisho, Int. 8EGOGORA. A dog or child with a full stomach; a person who has eaten much. SEGOGOR6P6. A much twisted or curved piece of iron or wood. 8Eo6o6Tr.Ho. A tartar; a vixen, Int. SEGOGOU. An old and worthless skin. SEGOKE. An adulterer; an adulteress; an inveterate beg gar. SEGOKGO. A spider. 8EGOKGWANA. A little spider. SEGOLAGOLA. A yellowish ground bird. 8Eo6r.i:. A deformed or maimed person or animal ; a cripple ; a slipknot. SEGOLO. Much ; great. SEGOMO. A worked ornament of beads, brass, etc. 8EGONWANE. A. locust just able to fly. 8EG001'SANE = Segwetsane. l:IEGOPE. A kind of shrub with sticking seeds, whose root is used as medicine.

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SEGOPE. A very large elephant, r t. SEooPr. A remn3nt of liquid. SEGOPO. Anything used for re moving rubbish. SEooPoco. That which causes to think; a memorial. SEGOPOLO. A thought. SEGORO. A turn or recP.ss in the rocks of a gorge or kloof. SEoosr. Royal; pertaining to royalty. SEoor:E=Segwete, SEGOTLROLA. Phlegm. SEGOTLO. A back yard or court. SEGOYA. The name of a tribe in the Transvaal. SEGWADr. An iron for cleaning a snu!fy nose ; a pot-scraper. SEGWAGWA. A frog. SEGWANA. A small calabash ; a kind of musical instrument. 8EGWAPA. A bundle of dried meat. SEow:E. A loop, or eye in a rhiem. 8EGWELETLHA. Very crooked or much twisted ; gnarled or knotted, as a tree, etc. ; tough, as meat not properly cooked. SEGWERE. A mealie cob with grain on ; a carrot-like edible root ; naked, or unclothed. SEow:E-r:E. An edible root in sha.pe like a carrot. 8EGWETLHA. rurned down horned, the horns being loose and shaky. 8EGWETSASE. A bird that makes a noise like a cuckoo; a small yellow hawk; a falcon. 8EHAHALELE. A squanderer; a waster. 0 sehn.halele, he is extravagant, lavish, or waste ful. SEHAKO. Hail. SEHALA. A. large clay recep tacle for grain ; a grain bin; a granary with bin roofed over. 0 seha.la matlhoii, he is callouP, Ol' shameless. SEHALANA. A small sehala. SEIIALE. One horn bent back. SEHAPO. That which binds; a band. SEHARE. The second, or inferior ear of corn. SEHATA. A broad shelf; a peg or bough for hanging things on ; a pole structure for ford ing a river, or crossing good. t;ehata. sa ba.leti, a corn watch er's stand. 8EHATLA=Senatla, lnt. 8EHATLHA=Makgakga, lnt. SEHATLHOGO. The lower part of a forehead just over the eyes and below the phatla. ; a face ; a countenance. SEHAWA. 'l'imid, as a child; loud in talk ; careless in snatching things np hurriedly and without care. SEHE P Which? Used with nouns in se. 8EHEHO. A whirlwind; light in weight. SEHEKE. A male dog or horse. 8EHELA. A song; a hymn. gERELEHELE. Quick, lnt. SEHEMO. A weapon of defence. 8 EHEMOLA= Sehumola. SEHENO. One thrown in wrest ling; one who is overcome or conquered. SEHEPHE. A very clever and wise person, far ahead of others and too ea nny; one given to cursing and bewitch ing; one who is disobedient; a brain-sick one. SEHEitO. A path, or lane be tween two hedges. A narrow sehero; a short sehero. SF.HESHU. A thrown away, use less, or dirty thing. SEHIHI. A person who is for hidden to journey on account of the death of a relatile. S!:HIKANCWE. A heap of st.ones piled up for some purpose ; a monument of stones ; a heap

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SEKANO. Cement used by bees; a seal. SEKANTSA. Swelled or bloated. chiefty of a dead body. SEKAO. A word that directs; a copy ; an example ; a sign. SEKARELATA. Scarlet (hybrid). SEKASEKA. To consider; to think how to arrange mat ters. SEKASEKA. To judge. SEKASEKWA. 'robe judged. SE KAT ANA. A rag; a worn-out and worthless garment. 8EKATANYANA. A small rag. S EKATE. A strait; a st,Lte of difficulty (bybrid). =Sa.mane, Int. SEKEGA. To hold in a slanting position; to incline; to tilt up. Go sekega tsebe, to incline the ear to hear, or to receive something in it. SEKEKANA. A platter; a large piece of a. broken pitcher or plate. SE K &LA. A sickle (hyllrid). SEKELA. To go to law. Go mo sekela, to avenge him, or judge his case. K wa. ba seke!ai'l gona., where they seek justice. 8EKELETSA. 'l'o cut round a hide after it is brayed; to shave, or cut a. strip of hair olf the lower part of head all round. SEKEPA. A ship (hybrid). 8EKETANA. See SEKATAN.\. SEKETLA. A platter; a piece of broken pitcher or plate. SEKETLANA. A. small seketla. SEKGACHO. A. thing to sprinkle with. SEKGABI. An adorned person. SEKGAKHU! Cometoameeting! A. word used for calling people together. SEKGALA. A long distance; a lnng way oft'. SEKGA LO. A. berry of tbe mo tree. SEKGAMATHA. Smudginess, or dirtiness of face and eyes from mucb crying. SEKGAMPANE. A kind of musical instrument. SEKGAODI. A medicine for kill ing people. SEKGAPHO. 0 sekgapho, he is a fast w ... lker ; he journeys quickly. SEKGARABA. A breast destitute of fles b, as the breast of an ostrich. 8EKGATSECO. A. vessel for sprinkling out of. SEKGELE. A goal; a stick with ostrich feathers, or the hair of a black sheep wound round it and planted as a gon.l ; a. kind of umbrella made of black ostrich feathers. SEKGOA=Sekhoa. SEKGOBO. A straight-handled axe or chopper. SEKGOGE. A. hook. SEKGONO. An elbow. The sharp end of a lohare bone. SEKGOPHO. A thing that gathers up ; a. hooked stick for pulling down a branch. SEKGOP!. A. stumbling-block; an offence. SEKGOPISHO. A. stumbling block. SEKGOPO. A stumbling-block; that which trips up. SEKGOROPA. A dry skin; a dry milk sack. SEKGOTO. The Coranna lan guage. SEKGWA. A jungle; a. forest; a. thicket; a clump of trees; a woody part of a country. SEKGWANA. A smallsekgwa; a water pitcher, Int. Sr.:KGWAPHE=Lopalo. SEKGWARIPANA. Small-pox. SEKGWETHE. A. lump of thick milk left in a. sack when the whev is drawn oft'. SEKHi. A kind of thorny bush. SEKHIBA. 'l'he menstrual flow.

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SEKHOA. A weak one. Pertaining to English people. SEKHOB:i:. A shoe made of home-made leather ; a. veldt schoen. SEKHUKHU. An umbrella. of black ostrich fethers ; an um brella; a. goal in the circum cision race. SEKHURUMELO. A cover; a. lid. SEKHUTLO. An end; a. termin>Ltion ; a. stoppage. SEKIDI = Setlhake. SEKISA. Oaus. of seka; to con demn; to judge. SEKISANYA. To judge each other. SEKISIWA, Pass. ofsekisa. SEKOA. A weak one; weak. SEKOBA. A slow one. 'Used of animals or persons. A laggard; the last to go, or to do, or to come. SEKOKOLA. A head or ear of Kaffir corn after the grain is removed. SEKOKOLO. A large harrow for breaking clods. SEKOKWALALA. A cicada beetle. SEKOLA. To shave a strip of hair off from just above the forehead. SEKOLE. A school (hybrid). SEKOLEKOLE. Irresolute, Int. SE KO LOA. A skin-covered skele-ton; a dry and shrivelled kin. SEKOliOTA. A short and thick stump of wood. SEKOMOTWANA. A short piece of a stick. SEKOPA. A foolih peroon; a dry and shrivelled skin. SEKOPELO. That which locks; a key. SEKOPOLOLO. That which un locks; a key. SEKOTLOP6. A cartridge. SEKUKUNI. One who creE>ps stealthily, or for an evil pur pose. SEKUKURU. A skin covered skeleton. SEKWAKWETLA. An unbroken sheet of ice. SEKWALO. A title; a. super scrif.ltion. SEKWANE=Motiii.. SEKWATLA. Dry and shrivelled up. Used of skins, berries, l'tc. Si:LA. To pick up one by one ; to gather up by picking one by one with the fingers. To peck up, as a fowl. SELAIIE. A.ny little thing in an. eye. SELALA. Belonging to an in ferior tribe. Monona oa selala, a man of the balala class. SELALEDI. A tarantula spider. SELALELO. An evening meal; a supper. SELALO. The pelvis. Lesap(i ya selalO, a p_elvis bone. SELALOliE. Used of a notable thief. Tau e selalome. Used of a lion going about at night and stealing. SELAO. A. wild animal's sleep ing place; a hare's SELATEDI. A. pit for catching ostriches and small game. SELA'l'LHO. That which is cast away ; refuse. SELE. Another; strange; f01 eign; yonder. Setlhare sele, yonder tree. 0 sele, anuther. Go sele, elsewhere. Di sele, the others. SELE. Perf. of sa. Bosigo bo sele, the night is passed. Go sele, it, is fair weather now. 8ELEBALO. Mid-day. Ka sele balii, at mid-day. SELEBELEBE. So and so; such and ncb a thing. SELEDU. A. peroon's chin; a beard ; a goat's beard. 8ELEFERA. Silver (hybrid). SELEKA. An earthworm; a small harmless snake. SELEKANE. A friend ; a grown up companion. SELEKANYO. A measure.

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To pick up for, or into. SELELO. A weeping. SELEMA. Crooked-horned, one horn pointing one way, and the other another. SELEMELA. The seven stars ; Pleiades. SELEMO. Summer; insummer. SE LEO. A sin. SELEI'E. An axe. SELEPELELO. A thing hanging down. SELEPOLOGANE. An edible gourd like a cucumber. SELETA. Smooth. 0 seleta mo puoii, he is smooth or fluent in speech. SELE1'E=Molete. SELIALII. A tarantula spider; a gadabout. SELO. A thing. SELOGO. That which is woven; a woven thing. SELOKA. A grass seed that clings to clothes; the gr-J.ss which bears t-his seed. SELOKO. Black earth; hard baked earth. SELOMO. A deep chasm ; a cre vase; an unscalable crevice between rocks. 8ELONYANA. A small thing. SELOPA. An elephant's tusk. SEL6P6 = Selopa. SELU'I'EL. A key (hybrid). Si:LWA. To wane. Used of the moon. To lie late in the morn ing. Pass. of sela. 8ELWANA. A little thing. SEMA. 'l'o create, Int. SEMAKA. Mealies, Int. When; having. =Se-na. A semana a tla, when he had come. SE MANE= Semo.na. Ka a semane a cwa, when he came, or httd come out. SEMANEGO. That which sticks things together ; paste. 8E11AN. l:lemaii manyane, a little bit of anything, lnt. SEliA'I'LA. Silly; foolish ; lazy; flat, Int. ; something very largd, or extensive. Used of a sore which has swelled much, but has no openinsr. SEME. A whip (hybrid). SEMECANE. A thick bead ring for the neck, twisted on cord. SEMEGA. To quiet, to warn, Int. SEMELA. 'l'o tell news one has heard, Int. SEMENE. Curved; a curve in wood; saddle-backed, as a horse. SEMODIMO. Pertaining to God (hybrid). SEMOEA. Pertaining to spirit (hybrid). SEMONAJIIONE. A kind of shrub resembling wild ssge. SFlliiONE. A reed, etc., for suck ing water through. SEMUliiU. Dumb; a dumb per son. Motho oa semumu, a dumb person. 0 la a le se mumu, he was dumb. Semnmu silo bua, the dumb one spoke. SENA. Without; when ; after; having. Ke sena go diha yal>, when I had done thus; after I had done thus; I having dvue thus. SENAGA. The open country; the rountry part ; the veldt. SENAGOGE. A synagogue (hy brid). SENAMANA. The fcetus or young of a wild animal. SENANA. The pubis; just above the private parts. SENANNE. See SENNANNE. SENAN. Se se senaii sepe, that which has nothing. SENATLA. Brave; clever; ex pert; industrious. Motho eo o senatla go rota, a person clever in teaching. SENCA. Pertaining to a. dog (hybrid). SENDi:o. See SENTEO. SENE. The fourth part. SENKA. 'l'o seek.

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SENKADI. Very difficult, almost impo3sible. SENKGWE. Brea.d; hard ridge for a journey. 8ENNANNE=8elebelebe. SENNYENNE. Very small. SENNYENNYE. Very small indeed. BENO. This. Used with nouns in se. BENOGA. To become laid open ; t" become manifest, or known, to another. 8ENOGECWE. Ke senogecwe dil5 tse, I have obtained these things. SENOGELA. To appear to; to become known to. 8ENOKWANE. A rogue; a villain; a robber; one of a secret or spying party. BENOLA. To make known; to reveal ; to make manifest. BENOLELA. To reveal to. SENOLWA. Pass. ofsenola. SENONA. Bana ba senona, children of one father, whether boys or girls. SENONO. A stalk near the ear where it is chewed for tying. SENONORE. A kind of savage wild animal, Int. 8ENOSETSA. To explain for; to make manifest for. 8ENSERA. A censer (hybrid). BENTEO. A scourge; a knout. BENTLE. Nicely. BENTLENTLE. Very nicely. SENTSII:. Perf. of senya. BENTS!. Many. Used with nouns SENWANE=Noiiti. A fully ripe lekataue; a superior kind of native melon. SENWEDI. A bog; a mud-hole; doerslag. SENWELO. A drinking vessel; a cup. To destroy. Perf. se ntse. Pass. seiiwa. A knot in a, reed, etc., where a branch has been cut off; a notch in a stick ; a nick in an arrow. Quietness ; quiet. Go senya hela mono, it i3 quite quiet here. BENYAMA. A chronic sickness; a chronic weakness, or intir mity. SENYEGA. To become destroyed. SENYEGELWA. Ga a ketla a aenyegel wa ke sepe, he will suffer no loss. BENYEMA = Senyama. 8ENYETSA. To do harm or dam age to ; to wrong. 8ENYETSANA. E aenyetsana. Used of a cow which gives milk after ita calf is dead. See diiialo. SENANA. Thick: or sticky, as overcooked porridge; sticky, as pot clsy sticking to wheels. SENAPARILE. A grapple plant. SENAPE. The seed pod of a grapple plant. BENOMA. Miserly; stingy. BENWA. Pass. ofaenya. SKNWAKo:E=Kgoge. SENWE. Something; one. Used with nouns in se. 8E6. A thing. See BEEO. Ke aeo hela, he is a mere nothing. SEoso=Loobo. SEODI. Land at the bend of a stream ; a peninsula. BEOKA. A large and powerful animal. BEOKANA. A young elephant,, or other large animal. 8EOKOMELABAGAE. A peep-hole in a wall. SEOLA. To beat severely ; to scourge. SEOLAKA. To beat severely on all parts of the body. Sl!:oLo. A large ant-heap. SEOLOSHO. A thing for winnowin!{ with. SE6NYANA. A small thing. SEOPI<:. A strip of skin covering a boy's nakedness. SE6P6. Ba ea seopo seiiwe kaga, they agree together about.

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SEOTI. A ring for the ankle made of bark. S:EPA. To put things straight ; to put something on one side out of the way. To be weary, as limbs after much walking. BEPAGAliiO. A wooden step, or stair ; a ladder. SEPAKO. A large skin water bag ; a water vessel for a journey. SEPALAl\10. A ladder; a pair of steps ; stairs. BEPANE. Dintin. ofsepe. Ha e se sepane, that it is nothing at all. SEPANESI. Burweed (hybrid). 8EPAPATHEGI. A very trouble some person or anima.I. Sepa pathegi ke wen a. used as a sort of curse. BEPAPETLA. Flat. E sepapetla, it is flat. SEPARE. Hard to break; stiff, and not easily bent. SEPATO. An unclimbable cliff or wall. SEPE. Nothing. Used with negatives. Ga go na sepe, there is nothing ; ga se sepe, it is nothing; it does not matter. SEPJo:LA. 'l'o walk. SEPEIUNKA. An ass, lnt. SEPERUPERU. The pit of the stomach ; the hollow at the termination of a breast bone. SEPEPE. A bitch in heat. Used vulgarly of a depraved woman. SEPHADI. A shower of rain faJling at a. distance. SEPHAKWANA. A narrow, flat shelf. SEPHALA. 0 sephala matlh,,fi, he is shameless. SEPHATLO. A sudden death of person or animal from some unknown cause. SEPHEKOLOLO. An animal slaughtered before a doctor begins his work, Int. SEPHEJIIELOSEHUBEN. A breaet ; a shield. SEPHILE. A solitary male hies buck. BEPHiliiOLO. A duster; a towel. SEPHIRI. A corner; a place be hind a house. SEPHIRIN. In a corner. Ba ile sephiri.ii, they are gone aside to talk. SEPHOKO. Full of words ; wordy. Monona oa sephoko, a man of much talk. SEPHUAPHIIE. One noted for evil speaking, etc. SEPOA. Dumpy. A short and thick thing or person. SEPOANA. Dimin. of sepoa. SEPOANYANA. Dimin. of sepoa. SEPOKO. A spook; a ghost; 11 madman (hybrid). SEPOMO. .A thing for dividing with. SEPORA=Setulii, Int. 8EPORO. .A spur (hybrid). SERA. Go sera pelo, to haunt. St>RABA=Moraba. SERAI. .A trap; a snare. SERALA. A receptacle for nu-threshed corn made of poles. .A pole platform on which garden watchers stand. SERA !liE. Frost; cold. SERAMEN. Mo seramefi, in the frost. SERAliiETLA. A very lazy per son. 0 serametla, he is very lazy. SERAliiETLANA. .A young child or animal just beginning to waJk. SERANWANE. A drizzling shower of sleet or snow. SERAPA. A drove, as of spdng bucks, etc; SERAPO. An oar, Int. SERATHANA. .A child ;ust weaned. SERA"rHI. A mole. SEREA. Idle. SEREG.\. Go serega mo pednfi, to be haunted ; to be possessed with anxious thoug:hts. SEREGEREGE. Boiled blood ;

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cooked blood and viscera. of wild animal mixed. SEKEKOLOD!. A ransom. SEKEKOLOLO. A ransom. SERELA. Milk cooked with serola berries. SEKEliAPE'rL6. A mantis insect; Hotteutot god. SEREMAPETLWANE = Seremape tlo. SEREliE=Sera.me, Int. Pelo e sereme, forgetful. SEREPA. A corpse. One nearly dead, but not actually dead. A' step, or stair either of stone or wood; a doorstep ; the floor of a porch. SE&:Ea:E =Borere. SERETHE. Mahura. a serethe, butter. SERETHE. A person's heel; the back part of an ox's hoof, or horse's hoof. SERETSE. Clay; mud; a root used in the preparation of honey beer. RERINE. Stubble, or root; stalk of sweet reed. Suu&l. Hair. A slaughter animal at a heathen marriage feast. SERIRINTLHOKWE. A lion with a very large and bushy mane. SERITE. StOAbble; stumps of grass left after mowing; the part of grass which is near the ground. SERo. A kind of edible root like a potato. SEROBE. Cooked blood. SEROBO. Beer before it is properly SEROCANA. A small serope; a fatal disease in cattle. SEROGABALOPO. A sign in the sky of coming rain. SEROKAXELA. An open space in a hill where animals arc visible. SEROKAllELO = Serokamela. SEB.OKOLo. A bud. SER6Li:. A starved or emaciated person or animal. SEROMO. Food not eaten by young people, as a ki!lney, etc. SEROPE. A person's thigh; the hind leg of a dead animal. SEROPO. A small excrescence on the body; a small swelling on an animal's forehead caused by a brand cut. SEROPOLOGANE. A kind of ground creeping plant with longish smooth fruit. SEROROBE, Slow; lazy. SEROROMA. A bog; a quagmire. SERORONY.A. Deep mud; doerslag. SEKOl'A. The hump on an ox's neck. SEROTELAKGAJidLO. 'A large black beetle having yellow marks. SEROl'HOLA. Foolish ; careless, and not able to do auything properly. SEROTO. A basket. SERO'rUN. Mo serotuii., in a basket. SEROTWANA. A small seroto. SEROYANA. An emaciated child, calf, etc. SERU. A tra.p made with stones; a snare. SERUBI. A birthplace of a dog or lion; a fowl-house; a kid house ; used vulgarly for a woman's lying-in place. SEKUHA. A night commode; a. chamber. SERULELO. Thatch; a tile. SERUNYI. A mole. SERURUBELE. A butterfty; a moth. Used of all moths ex cept destructive ones. S..:RWALA. Food provided by a. girl's friends at betrothal. S..:RWALO. A head covering; a. crown. SESA. A stump; a projecting root, Int. SESADINYANA. An old woman. SES'\_NA. A small stump dug up

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by the roots ; & projecting root or stump. SESANE. Thin; fine. 8ESANYANA. A small sesana. SESANYANE. Very fine; very thin. SESELA. To run about, as a dog on a scent ; to flow, as water in a furrow ; to pass over quickly as clouds; to send; to run slowly, as people. SESE"rLANA. A strong, rushing wind ; a hnrric>me. SEsErLHO. A bird's nest woven of mahatlha. bl.:lssoms. Used also for a fleece or bundle of wool. SEsi:ro. A carved image. SESHA. New. Used with nouns in se. SESHABA. A tribe. SESHEN. Lately; a little time ago; newly. 8ESHESHE. A flower. SESHETLANA= Sesetla.na. SESHO. A useless, or worthless person, or thing. SESHO. A boil. A latrine hole. SESHOA. A house. SESHOBA. A full, or bulging out bag, etc.= Tshega, a vulgar word. E seshowa, it has its hair turning up the wrong way. 8ESHUGA. Part of the stipulated price remaining unpaid ; a debt. SESHUPO. A sign; evidence. SESHUSHU. 0 seshushu, he is deaf. SESHWANE. A kind of edible berry, Int. 8ESHWAPELO. A sloven. SESICHW.t.NA. A sma.llsesipi. SESIKALABA. A large live coa.l, Int. A large grain basket with small mouth. SESINU. Coy; timid; :finical. SEsiPI. A stump of a. tree stand ing about man's height. ,SEsrrLHo = Sesetlho. Si:rA. To carve an image, etc. ; to peel potatoes ; to scrape wood finely witb. a knife. SETAPA. A wedding procession (hybrid). 8 ET A"r ALA LA. A persistent claimer of what does not be. long to him. SEUU. Cooked blood in a cake. SETENE. A brick (hybl"id). SETE"rE. A very full thing. SEurwa.. Used of a cow that is often put to the bull without calving. SETi:o. See SENTEO. SETESRON. A railway station (hybrid). SErHAKGA. Neat ; clever. Used of persons. Neatly and nicely done. Used of thiugs. SETHIBO=Setsibo. S!!:l'HO. A fool ; a lout ; a worn out and useless person ; one who has the appearance of a person but not the reality. SEl'aouo=SethObiiliiko. SEl'HOBOLOKO. Noon; midday. SETHUNYA. A blossom. SEl'HWANYE. A wild fig bush. SETILO. An avoiding of a thing. SET!LWE. Perf. pass. of seta. SET! !lE. A torch made of grass; a torch. Used sometimes for a falling star. SETIMELA. An engine ; an boiler; a locomotive (hybtd). SEn,a.. To strike hard with a. stick=tlhobola. SE-rLASHU. Numbness; dead. ness ; dead to feeling; fearless from want of thought. Pelo e setlashu, a fearless heart. SE-rLATLA. Foolish ; silly. SETLELA. To wedge in by stamp ing in earth, etc., to make a pole fast. Sl!TLHA. A bladder. Si:TLHA. Yellow. .Batho ba ba setlha, yeilOIV people. SETLRABA. A flat place on the top of a hill; a flat roof. SETLHABELA. A thatching peg;

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SETLHABJi:Lo. A slaughtering place; a sacrifice. SlliTLHABI. A sudden piercing pain in the chest. 8ETLHACWECHO. A thing for washing in; a place for wash ing at. 8ETLHAGA. A bird's nest. SETLHAGANA. To separate mutually. SETLHAGANYA. To saw asunder; to part friends. SETLHAHALA. To become envious. 8ETLHAKE. An island. 8ETLHAKENYANA. A small island. 8ETLHAKO. A shoe ; a sandal. Also equals tlha.ko, a hoof. SETLHAMELA. A door, Int. SETLHANKA. Pertaining to servitude. SETLHAPELO. A washing basin. SETLHARE. A tree. 8ETLHA1'SHANA. A shrub; a small tree; a twig. S:ETLRELA. To cut off a piece of meat, etc., while holding it in the mouth. BETLHOA .A. pinnacle; the top of a house, etc. 8ETLHODI. An animal that beats the ground with its tail, or drinks its own urine, and is re garded as having power to be witch; a person who bewitches or curses; an uncanny, or un lucky person or animal sup posed to have the power to bewitch or curse. SETLHOGO. Ferocious or cruel. U&ed of one who is extreme in punishment, or savage in figbt mg ; hard-hearted. SETLHOKA. Something, or some body standing alone. SETLHOLA. A spy. SETLHOJoiO. A plant; a stand. SetlbOmo sa dinao1 a footstool. Setlbomo sa lobone, a candle stick. SETLHOXELO. A door, Int. SETLHORA. A kind of small red ground squirrel. SETLHOTLHA. A mealie cob after threshing. 8E'rLH01'SA. A lame person; lameness. S:ETLHW A. Pass. of setlha. SETLOBOLO. Noon, Int. SE1'LOGOLO. A woman's nephew; a niece; a man's sister's child; a woman's husband's sister's child ; a grandchild. 8ETLOGOLWANA. A great-grandchild. SETLOKA. Abstemious, Int. SETLOLO. Ointment. SETLOMELA. Setlomela sa dinama, a fork, Int. SETLONTHA=ranola, I1at. Sro:TL6P6. A tuft of hair left on the crown of a head ; the point on the head of a hornless ox. SETLOWANA. A child's navel cord. SETOGA=Bonala. SETOKE. A piece (hybrid). SE'fOLOTSA. 'l'o cut, or peel, as pumpkin, etc. ; to cut off the bad part of meat, etc. SEl'OTO. A dead body; a car case. Used in the south chiefly of an animal. 0 setoto, he has no clothing but a girdle. 8ETOTOYANE. .A kind of large, fat, yellowish beetle with horny back. SETOU. Fine flour or meal. SETSALA. An animal's womb. SETSALO. A family; the children of one mother. SE'l'SE. Perf. of sala. Already; now. SETBENO. Madness ; a mad person. SETBENWA. A mad person, Int. SETSETSE. Clever in working. 8ETSETSETHO. A sieve. SETSHA. The site of a removed house ; a patch of ground left untilled at the end or corner of a garden.

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SETSHEDI. A living thing; a. living person. SusHEGO. Ala.ugh. SEl'SHEl'LHO. See SETSETLHO. 8ETSHIDI. See 8ETSHEDI. SETSHIRO. A hanging shade, or curtain ; a veil. SETS!BA=Sebata. 8E'l'SIBO. A cork; a plug. 8ETUKI. A peacock, lnt. SE'l'ULO. A seat; a chair. SEYABANA. An elbow; the bone at an elbow. SEYANA. A plate; a vessel. SErARwE. A large dice. SEYELO. A table for food. SEYO. Food; a mess of meat. 8EYOLO. A fiddle (hybrid) ; syphilis, Int. SEYWA. Pass. of seba. SHA. To become burned, scalded or scorched. Per}: shele. 'l'ha. ba e e shaii molelo, a mountain burning witil lire. Go sha leina, to give a name. lla tla mo sha leina ba re 'l'au, they will give him the name of 'l'au. SHADIA. To cook iusullicieotly; to wash badly; to be dazzled or dazed by the sun, and unable to see. SHADIEGA. To become dazzled or dazed by the sun. SHAHA'l'SA. 'l'o make new; to renew. 8HAKAILA. To go barefooted. 8HAKALALA. To sit, sleep or lie dead in an open place. Used of a number of people or animals. SHAKGALA. To contend angrily; to be angry; to be full of an ger. A stronger word than gakala. SHAKGA'l'SA. To cause to be very angry. SHAKGE'rSE. Perf. of sh:tkrcala. 8HALUGANYA. 'l'opaas swiftly. 8HANOGA='l'lhanog>L, Jnt. SHANSHANYEGA. 'l'o return disappointed, having failed iu an object. SHA NYA. To spout out violently, Int. SHASHANYEGA. To hiss, as fat burning in a pot; to talk or scold very angrily. 8HAUSHAUANE = 8heusheuane. 8HAW AS HA WANE= SHE BA. 'l'o look round; to look over the houlder. SHEBASHEBA. 'l'o look round first on one side and then on tile other. SHEUE'l'LEGA. Oa shebetlega 100 maleii, he has sharp cutting pains in the stomach. SHI!:BOGA. 'fo turn the head back again after looking round. SHEGOLA. To poke or toss with a hom ; t<> lift up a weapon in order to strike with it. SHEKE'l'LA. To cut or hew much with an axe ; to chop otf many branches, etc. SHli:L,\. lla le ba shela mo tluii, they were burnt in the house. SHELE. Perf. of sha. 8HELELECWE. 0 shelelecwe leioa ya rragwe mogolo, he is named after his grandfuthet. SHELELELA. 'l'o name after a person. SHENA. Go shena meno, to shuw the teeth ; to grin. S!IENELA. 'fo grin at. Go she uela meno, to show the teeth at, as an angry dog. SHEPA. A ship (hybrid). 8HESIIEMOLOG.\. To be very numerous ; to be full, as a vessel. 8HESHEMOLOLA, To make full; to make tile hair or feathers stand out or up. SHEl'LA. 'l'o cut with a. sharp knife or axe ; to chew tb.e leshetla. of a. bone. 8HEUHALA. To become white. 8HEUHA'l'S.\, To make white. SllEUSIIEUANE. A small black, or black and white snake found in tb.e kilalagadi; a viper. SHILE. Bee SHELE. E E

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SHOBELELA. To be dissatisfied, as with a purchase. 8H080KA='l'lhakanya. 8HOBOKANCWE ='rlhakancwe. 8HOBOKANYA=TJhakanya. 8HODILE. Perf. of hola. SnomsA. Oaus. of shola. SnoGOMA. To be agitated, as an excited crowd; to shake, or be shaky as the spokes of a loose wheel. SaoGO'l'LHA. To rub between the knuckles, as in washing clothes. SHOKA. Totwist; to wring; to tu m round; to wind, as a watch. Go shiika leitlhii, to look with one eye partly closed and the other lid puckerPd up. SHOKAMA. To be crooked ; to err. SHOKAME. Perf. of shiikama. SHOKAMISA. 'l'o make crooked; to cause to err. 8HOKASHOKA. See 8HUKASHU KA. SHOKOLA. To do anything vigo rously and persisteutly. 8HDKDLOGA. To become turned ba.ck. 8HOKOLOLA. To turn back actively ; to convert. SHOKOLOLELA. To turn back to. 8HOKONOGA= Shokologa. 8HOKONOLA=8hokolola. SHOLA. 'l'o smoot.h out; to make smooth; to stroke, as a cat. Go shola molemii=Go shwela molemii. SHOLEGA. Go sholega molemii =Go shwelega molemii. SaoLoBo'fL.\. 0 sholobiitla, he is perfectly naked. SHOLOHELA. To hope ; to look for confidently. SaoLoHi:Li:si:aA. To become hopeful. SHOLOHETSA. To cause to hope. 8HOLOHOLDGA, To cease hoping; to despair. SHOLWA. Pass. of shola. 8HOl4A. To make a thick hedge, as round a lolwapa. SHOMARELA. To take great care of. Used of animals, or things. SaoMi:. Ten; the tenth. SnoKi:LA. To push into; to push in ; to sheathe. SHOMOGA. To become pulled out. 8HOMOLA. To pull out; to draw out; to unsheathe. SHONA. It. Used with nouns in se. SHONE= Shiina. SHOYELA. To groan; to groan in sleep. SHONOLA. To lead by the ear. SaoNoLi:GA. To refuse to do a thing; to be stubborn; to obey unwillingly. SHOP ANA. To turn up, fold up, or crimp up, as leaves in the sun, or a wet skin in drying. SHOPANYA. Oaus. of shiipana. To silence an opponent by a number of arguments. =Kopanya, to bring together. 8HOSHOBAGANA. To be wrinkled, crumpled, or creased. 8HOSHOBAGANYA. To confuse,. as when detected in a fault. Go shoshobaganya sehatlhiigii, to avert the face, as in anger, shame, or sorrow. SHOSHOR..A. To rub corn, etc., in the palms of the hands. Saosuoai:LA. To rub to, or into. Baosnu. A kind of bird, Int. 8HOSHUELETSA. To incite to. SHOSHWANA. A little shoshu, Int. 8HOSHWETSA. To urge on; to egg on. SHO'l'LA. To deride; to ridiculA; to scoff; to mock. Go shotla ka ena, to make fun of him. SHOTLHOMELA. To fall in, as into a hole in the dark. 8HOTLHOMETSA, To thrust in ; to push in. SHUA. To vex; to tease; to

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roast with a large fire; to over cook food. SHUASHUA. To scolcl violently ; to find fault with in an angry manner. 8HUASHUISA. Ba mo shuashuisa, they mob him. SHUBA. To bide a thing, or per son. Pass. shuywa. SHUBEGA. To become hidden. SHUBELA. 'fo press in with the hand; to hide from. Sauoi:L:Er.A. 'fo constrain; to compel; to push away or in; to go in a dense crowd. SHUBOLOLA. To uncover anything hidden; to expose a hiding person. SaucwA. Pass. ofshupa. SHUDILE. Perf. of shnla. Pelo ea me e shudile, my heart is grieved. SHUDU'rA=Dnela, lnt. S H u GA. To bray skins, or rhiems ; to trample on ; to trample to piPces. SHUGAKANA=Robega. SHUGELELA. To crumble lly pressure; to pJund by rubbing upon. SHUGWA. Pass. ofshuga. SHUKASHUKA. To strive with bv act or word; to pull about from sidt> to side ; to jostle. SHUKASHUKANA. To strive to gether. SHUKASHUKANELA. To strive together for. SHUKELA. To press in with a hand. SHUKULA. To bore a bole in leather, as in making san dals. SI!L'KUNYETSA. To push one thing between others. SHULA. Go sbula pelo, to be come grieved. SHULAHALA. To become evil, or bad. SHULAHALELA. Go shulahalela pele, to become worse ; to wax worse and worse. Saur.AHATSA. To make evil, or bad. Sau LATSHA= Shulabatsa. SHULE. Perf. of shwa. SHUliA. To make a noise, as a river or wind ; to ring, a'l the ears; to breathe hard ; to breathe through the nose; to his$, as a snake. SHUJ.t:ANYA. To cook much food; to cook and eat in one day the food that should last for some time. SHUMELA. To eat very much. SHUMETSA. To pour out in a stream. SHUN)JKA. To put a lot of things together; to pull from side to side, as a tight pole. SHUPA. Seven ; to show; t.o pro.ve; to testify; to point out. SHUPAHALA. To beoome shown to. SHUPEDITSE. Perf. of sbupetsa. SHUPEGA. To become shown, or proved. SHUPEGF.TSA. To show to ; to testify. SHUPEI.A. To offer to; to offer for ; t. > sacrifice. SHUPELELA. To predict. SHUPE"r
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as boots; to push, or make way through bushes, eta. ='rhoba. SHIIYWA. Pass. ofshuba. SHwA. To die. SHw AA. To stir meat in a pot. =Rita. SHWAALALA. To break up, or disperse, as clouds. SHWABA. To fade, as grass, etc., on a. hot day ; to fade, but not die ; to wither; to conjecture ; to surmise ; to become dis appointed; to have hopes blasted. SHWABISA. To disappoint one's expectations. Go shwabisa nywaba, to propose a riddle. SHW ABO LA. To pull one thing from under another: SHWABOLELA. To pull towards. SHWABIIKA. To go over, Int. SHWAELA. To rain in a continuous downpour; to hold on long; to delay long. SHWAHALA. To spoil by becom ing old.; to become nasty, or disagreeable; to become use less. SHw.ut. A file (hybrid). SHWAILA, To force a through bushes, etc. ; to rush through a waterless country. SHWAITSE. Perf. ofshwaila. SHWAKE. A vachje (hybrid). SHWALAEA. To work carelessly, or badly ; to treat a person with contempt, as a man who works badly treats his master; to have a dog in the manger spirit with regard to food or things. SHWALALELA. To go through with a work; to persevere in doing; to follow after. SHWALELELA= Shwalalela. SHWANKA=Khweba. SHWAPOGA. To be high, or tall. SHWAPOGELA. 0 la a shwapogela kwa godimo, he towered aloft ; he was a very tall man a SHwA PO LA. To pull out, or stretch so as to lengthen ; to lengthen by stretching out. SHWA'fLHA. To push a thing in and shake it about when in. SHWA1'LHELA. Tn press down with a stick ; to ram in. SHWA1'0GA. 'l'o break out in a. rash or eruption. SHWATOGELA = Sh wapogela. SHWATOLA. To haul; to pull to wards. Go shwa.tola. mo mole Ion, to pull out of the fire. SHWELA. To die for. 0 la a. shwela gijna, he died there. 0 tla sh we!a rure, he will certainly die. To be pliant, or supple. Go shwela molemo, to use; to put to a. good use. SRWELETSA. Go shweletsa rure, to finish completely. SHWELWA. Pass.ofshw61a.. Go shwelwa ka pitse, to lose a horse by death. SHWETSA. To finish; to exhaust; to complete. SHWEII. Bee SHEIJ. SHWINTSE, Perf of shwinya.. SHWINYA. To purse up the lips in contempt or scorn. SHWIWA. Pass. of shwa. Ga. bo go shwiwa., there were many deaths. SI. Bee SE. SrA. To run away ; to win a race ; to beat in a race. Perf. siile. Pass. siiwa. To reserve; to keep in reserve ; to preserve. SIAJIIA. To be right; to be straight; to be jut; to go straight. Mo go sa siamafi., in that whioh is not right. S!Ali!E. Perf. of siama. Go sia.me, it is right. SrAliiELA. To go in a straight course to. SIAliiEN. Tse di siamefi, those which are right; seatla se se siamefi, a right hand. SIAliiiSA. To make straight; to set right. SrAMOLOL.\, To become wrong; to do wrong.

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SrANA. To race; to run together in a. race. S!ANYE. PeT/. ofsiana. StBA=Tsiba. SIB!. A cake of dry cattle dung. Pl. dibi. SmiTLO. A sprained, or strained wrist. SmoLA= Sipola. SinoLo. See SEnor.o. SmiLE. Perf. ofsila. SIDILWE. Perf. pass. ofsila. Sri:LA. To reserve for; to put by for ; to give to ; to lend to. SrE6. See SEEO. SroAMA. To ha.ve the teats swelling indicating that calving time is near. SnLE. ofsia. SIISA. Oa,us. ofsia. SnwA. Pass. ofsia. S IKARA. To sling, Ot" carry a thing slung over the shoulder ; to carry on the shoulders, as a cross or sheep ; to carry a thing slung between two bearers. SIKARWA. Pass. ofsikara. SrKELELA. To prosecute or blame wrongfully. SIKERE. Perf. of sikara.. SIKOROLA. of sikara. To unsling, etc. SrLA. 'fo grind; to grind to powder. Perf. sidile. SILOHALA. To become troubled; to be amazed; to be in doubt as to wha.t ma.y ha.ppen. SrLOHATSA. To cause to become foolish; to confound. S!LWA. Pass. ofsila. SIMALALA. 'fo be upright; to be perpendicular. SIMAMA=Siama, Int. SIMANA=Semana. SIMANE. Ke semane ke tla, I have just come. Used by a person sent on a message, or returned from a journey. SrME=Seme. Snt:i:GA. To turn a person or animal back into the path; to turn from one course to another, actively; to warn, and thus turn back; to guide. U mmetse, u mo simege, beat bim and turn him from his fault. Go simega dikgomo kwa pele, to guide the oxen, or turn tbem in front. SIMOGA=Simologa. SDIOGILE=Simologile. SmoLA. Lately; just. 0 simo la go cwa, he has just come out. SuroLOGA. To be begun. Snt:OLOLA. To begin. SrMOLO'l'SE. Perf. of simolola. SIMONA= Simola. SIYAMA. To be dainty, or finical in eating. SINOGA. To move out of tlte light. Mo sinoge, move ont of his light. SrNOSA. To reveal; to e1pose by uncovering; to let light upon. SrroGA. To break; to become broken, as a leg, rhiem, etc. See TsiPOGA. SIPOLA. To cut once, or sever with one cut. 8.1 RA. To shade. SIREGA. To become shaded. St:RELETSA. Go ba sireletsa, to cover them. SIROLOGA. 'I'o become uncovered, or unshaded. SIROLOLA. To uncover; to take a shade off; to unveil. Go sirolola dipelo, to open the hearts, to open the minds. SmwA. Pass. ofsira. SI sA. To give much milk ; to flow or spout out in a jet, as blood from an artery ; to be ''ery tired, as weary limbs. Pe1j. sisitse. SrsAPELO. To sob; to sigh. Srsi:LA. To bold up a heavy thing on the head, it by the hands. Srs1. Simple, lnt. SISIBALA. 'l'o become calm ; to become quiet; to become steady or firm.

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SrSIBATSA. Caus. of sisibala. SISDIOGA. To respect; to rever ence ; to be grave; to be bash ful, or coy ; to draw back startled and in order to avoid something. 8ISIMOSA. To give one the as an insect crawling on the flesh ; to set the teeth on edge, as a scratching noise. SISINU=Sesinu, Int. SISITSE. Perf. ofsisa. SrTA. To overcome; to surpass; to excel; to exceed ; to be of more ,alue: SITEGA. To be overcome; to be done up, as poor oxen. 8I'fiLWE. Ke sitihve, I am cold; I am overcome by the cold. S TISA. To excel; to surpass. 0 la a sitisa le dilekane, he urpassed his companions. SrrLWANE. Alittlethornyweed. SriLWASITLWANE. A kind of thistle ; a thorny bush bearing small red berries. SJTOLOGA. To become warmed after being very cold. To go unwillingly when sent. SrTWA. Kea sitwa, I am becom ing cold ; I am being overcome by cold. Pass. of sita. T. T AA. A pole or log for floating a person across a river. TAANYA. To dash down. TABOGA. To run fast. T ABO LA. To take out a handful, spoonful, etc. Go tabola ga bedi, to take out two handfuls. TABOSA. Caus. oftabola. TACANA= Molacana .. TACWANA=Molacwana. TADI. A striped field-mouse. TAECO. A message. 'l'AM). An instruction ; a direc tion; an injunction. TAFOLA. A table (hJbridl. TAGA. To make drunk. Tse di tagali those which make people drunk. TAGAltAFA. Aummons(hybrid). TAGILWE. To be drunk. 0 ta.gilwe, he is drunk. TAGISA. To cause to become drunk. TAG6. Drunkenness. TAGWA. To begin to be drunk; to become drunk. TATLA. To milk a cow dry. U oed chiefly of a cow that has but little milk. TAKA. White clay; chalk; whiting. To paint or smear white. TAKILE. Perf. oftaka. T ALA. Green. Boy an yo bo tala, green grass. Bogologolo tala, very long ago. T ALAHALA. To become grPen. TALAMA. A button (hybrid). TALANA. Dimin. of tala, green. Mayan a ma talana, green grass. T ALANE. A kind of finch. TALANYANE. A little finch. TALE. A canary. TALECO. A summons. TALELALOROLE. A bull buffalo which lies down to await and attack the hunters. TALELO. An ambush; an am buscade ; a. lying in wait ; a stratagem. TAL6. Nownfrom lala. TAMALALA. To go on to one's destination without stopping or turning aside. TAMAL6=Terualo. TAMPLA. To squeeze with a hand; to drain a cow's udder; to pull a pack-ox rbiem tightly. TAMUSA. To press out, as matter out of a. ore. TANKE. Thank you (hybrid). TANKISA. To cause to thank (hybrid). TANTA. To bind about many times. TANTOLOLA. Revers. oftanta. 'J.'ANTSE. Perf. of tanya. Lo

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tantse ya.ka. ka.ma., you ha.ve hit the ma.rk. TAN'I'SHA=Katisa. TANTSHIWA. Pass. oftantsha.. 'l'ANYA. To make a. noise like ta by throwing a. thing into wa.ter. TAo. A law; a.n injunction; an exhortation ; a. tree, whose lea.ves a.nd root a.re used to prepare a perfume called bolaii. T Aor,A. A dice. TAOLO. A comrriand; a com mandment ; authority ; power; right. TAPALALA. To go straight on. 'l'APETA. To bruise ; to bruise by sbtmping, knocking, etc. ; to break into small pieces. TAPETEGA. To become bruised, etc. TAPETLA=Tlapetla. TAPISHO. Fatigue; weariness. TA PO LOGO. Rest ; refreshing. 'l'APOLOSHO. Rest. TAPUTA. To pierce; to stab. 'l'ARAISA. To wind up a. bucket from a. well (hybrid). TATA. To forbid; the name by which a. child begins to a.ddrt!ss its father. T A'rALALA. 'l'o be persistent, as in disputing, or telliug false news, or claiming what does not belong to one. TATALALANA. To dispute to. gether persistently. Go tatala. lana. nae, to dispute persist ently with him. TA1'AL.\NO. One by one; a. following one by one. TAl'AliALA=Ta.malala. TAusF.:LA=Tetesela. 'fATECWE. 0 tatecwe tsela, he is forbidden, or debarred the path. TATEDICWE. A go tatedicwe batho boya.lwa, let the people be forbidden beer. TATELA. Ba mo tatela., they forbid him; they refuse to give him. TATETSA. To forbid to. TATLHElGO. Loss; a being cast away; perdition. TATLHO. A casting away. NO'Un. from la.tlha. TATOHACO. NO'Un.from la.toha.tsa.. 'fAu. A lion. TAU ANA. A lion's cub. TEAT EA. To be excited; to go about in all directions, a.s an excited person. TEDA. Go teba.lencwe, to speak in a low tone. TEBAGAN='l'ebaii. TEBAGANO=Tebaii. 'l'EDALO. Forgetfulness; a for getting. TEBAN. Similarity in appear ance ; resemblance. Modimo o ba dihile tebaii, God has made them like each other. TEBATEBA. 'J.'o hesitate; to be uncertain what to do. TEBELA. To strike or knock a bout with a fist. TEBELAKA. To strike all over, or thoroughly. Expectation. TEBELO. A watching; a watch ; a !fUard. T.EBETEBE. Kgomo ea tebetebe, a certain ox. TEBO. A looking. TEHOGO. A thanksgiving; thank fulness; a recompense. TEco. 'l'he sound of a. musical instrument. T.EcwA. See AKGATECWA. TEDU. A beard ; a whisker; a moustache. TEHISHO. A reward. TEKANO. Temperate; temper ateness. TEKANYECO. A division; a dividing, or a measuring for. TEKANYO. Ka teka.nyii, soberly; discreetly ; consistently. TEKETA=Keteka.. TEKO. A testing ; a trial. 'l'EKOLO. A visitation; a visit. TEKU. Red; ruddy; glowing; red-hot.

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TEKUTEKU. Very red. TELEDU!O. Tulp; a poisonous shrub. Ti:Li:Ko. A driving away. 'l'ELELE. Long; tall; the lower bowel of an animal. TEM:Nl'O. Clamour. 'J'ELO. A cry; a bleat. TEAIA. A plot of ground for picking. Ti:&IA. To eat with a. spoon. Ti:MALO. Custom; habit; order; course. Madi a temal9, money paid for bunting in a chief's country. TEMANA. A small plot; a text; a. ,erse. Ti:MEKA. To shake, or to be shaky, as a. thing not firm or strong. TEMEN. A ea temeii, he went more than one day to help another in ploughing for pay ment. TJsed sometimes of do ing the same work more than once. TE&IOHALO. Profit; good. TENA. To tire out; to surfeit; to di8gust; to be repugnant. Perf. tenne. TENEGA. To fa}); away in princi ple; to deteriorate in character; to rebel; to revolt. Also from tena, to become disgusted. TENEGELA. JiJa le ba tenege!a. Modimo, they rebelled against God. Go tenegeia dilo tsa motho, to be envious of, or to grumble at a person's things. TENEGO. A falling away. TENETSA. To steal by putting a thing slyly in the pocket, etc. ; to put a. thing where it won't be seen. TENNE. Perf. of Tena. 0 ntenne, he is repugnant to me; he disgusts me. TENNWE. Per f. of tenwa.. TENO. Noun from tena. To run slowly; to run with a burden. TENTSHA. To turn away from in disgust. TENWA. To be surfeited; to loathe. Kea tenwa ke diyii, I loathe the food. TEN. Deep. Mo teii, within. Kwa teii, within; inside. Tv.oLA. To ridicule. Ti:Pi:. Very wet, or watery. Used of cooked pumpkin, etc. TEOHO.. A mistake; a fault; a sin. TI!REBETSA=Tlerebetsa, Int. TES.fi:LECO. A permission. TESHOLOGO. A swelling in the private parts. Noun fl'om lesho lola. TETA.. To copulate frequenth' without conception, as a bull with a barren oow. TETEELA. To contuse; to bruise. A contusion ; a bruise. 'l'ET.ERAREKI. A tetrarch (hybrid). 'l'i:ri:SELAo. To tremble ; to shiver ; to be palsied. Ti:ri:si:Lo. A trembling or shivering fit; the palsy. TE'rLANO. A reconciliation. 'l'F.TLANYO. Mutual love; amity. TEl'WA. Pass. ofteta. Used of a cow. Ti:wA=R.ewa.. Go-tewa. Pass. of go twa. '11HAAPO. A stone or pip of fruit or berry. 'l'HABA!. A mo1mtain. = Itumelit. 'l'HABANYO. Noun from Raban ya. TiiABUEDIWA. Pass. of thabue tsa. 'l'HAIIUELA. To become plunged in with a noise like tha 1 THABUE'l'SA. To plunge anything into water. THAKA. 'l'o mark out for a foundation ; to lay a founda tion ; to found ; to draw a line for cutting ; to rule a line ; to place a thing. Pass. thaiwa. THAEATHU:A=Akgaakgega.

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THAEGELA. To becomefounded on. TnAELA=Raela.. THAELO. A temptation; a. tempting. THAGA. A kind of small bird; a. sparrow. See also 'l'AGA. TBAGAJIH. To be at peace. 'fBAGA!IIE. Perf. of thaga.ma. Ba. thagame, they are at peace. THAGAIIIO. Peace. 'l'HAGWA. See TAGWA. THAHI. A hiccup; hiccough. 'l'nAHoL6. Ka thaholo, by degees; little by little. THAHOTSANYO. ln order;. a succession. TnAr ... 'l'habi. THAIISA. To hear or see any thing indistinctly. THAIW.A. Pass. oftbaea. 'l'HAKA. A company. Thaka. euo! that set! An exclamation of surprise. Thaka.! how splen did 'l'haka ealeitlho, the pupil' of an eye. THAKADU. An ant bear; an ant cater. THAKANWAGA. A ground plant with edible red fruit. THAKGANYA. To. kick in all' directions, as an ox when one leg is held by a. rhiem. THAKGATHA=Thakga.nya, lnt. THALALAGAE. The bogwerar procession coming near to town and then going back to camp. THALAT.O. Noun from rala.la.. THALELA. To SIIU)ar a kind of black medicine on walls, etc., to prevent witchcraft. THAIIIA. To become fast in a narrow opening;: to be too large to enter an opening ; to be tight, a.s a clocle-litting gar ment; a small shrub having edible beans and root. Sing. a.nd pZ. of the shrub. Pl. of the root, dithama. THAIIIAGA. Red and white. Colours less distinct than nala. Used of an ox. TBAIIIAGANA. Fem. of thama ga. THAIIIANE. An edible root or bean ; the fruit of the tha.ma shrub. TBAIIIATHAIIIISA. To bother by asking many questiona, or seek ing many things from. THAIIIELA=Retelela.. THAIIIO. A neck; neck and throat all round. THAIIIOGELWA. To be convales cent. TBAMUN. Mo tbamuii, on the neck. THAIIIUTSA. To bite a. soft, watery substance with a noise. THHIU'fSEGA. To become bitten. Used of a. soft,. wa.tery sub stance. TnANKGOLA. To throw out, as the grains when making beer. THANOLO. Ka. thanolo, with pre ciseness, particularly, plainly. THANTHANYE.GA = That.ha.nyega.. To fty about, as sparks. TH.\NTHOLOGA. To become nu ravelled. T H ANTHOLOLA. To unravel ; to unpick. 'I:HANTSHA.. Catts. of tha.nya. TBANYA. To make a. noise like tha! to crackle, mea.lies when roasting. =Kubnga., to awake out of sleep; pelo ea me ea thttnya, my heart has awakened ; I have found my understanding. THANYO. Noun frwn tha.nya. THAPA. To call, or engage a person for a work. THAPA!IIO. Nottn from, ra.pama.. THAPEJ,ELO. PraJter for;. sup plication. TnAPELO. A prayer. THAI'O. A pumpkin stalk or tendril running along the ground ; a tying up of kids ; a. striug ; a. cord ; a THAPODISA. Go thapodisa. kgo mo, to catch an ox with a rhiem by one leg.

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THAPOGA. To become broken, or snapped, as a tense rhiem. THAPOLA. To break, or snap a tense rhiem. TBARA. A kind of creeping plant found in reeds and bashes. THARANCt. Noun from ra.rana. Perplexity. THARI. A skin for carrying an infant on the back. THARO. Three. THAT A. Strong; bard; power ful ; difficult ; strength ; hard ness. TBATABALA. To become strong; to become hardened. TBA1'AHATSA. To strengthen; to make bard. THATAHOLOGA. To lose strength; to become weak. THATARO. Six. TBATAULANA. To fight with each other, as dogs; to fight and tear each other. TaATimo. Nnun from ra.tega.. THATHANA. A morsel of food; a bit of food. THATBANYANA. A little morsel of food. THATHANYEGA, To be very tender, or sore; to have severe shootin'! pains. TaArHELELA=Chiipheiela. TBA'l'HOLOLA. Go thatholola maboko, to correct news ; to tell correctly what bad been told incorrectly by somebody else. THATO. Will. 'l'HEA=Thaea. TBEBE. A ohield. THEBOLA. To offer a sacrifice or offering at the grave of an ancestor. THEBOLO. An offering; a sacri fice. THEDIMOGO. Brightness, as of a countenance ; a slight shin ing. THEECO. A list!>ning. 'l'HEEKELA, To stagger; to roll fl'Oru side to side. THEEKELO. A staggering. THEILWE. Perf. Pass. of tbaea.. 'l'HEKALANO. Noun from reka.lana. THEKEGELO. Favour; partiality. THEKELO. Merchandise; buy ing. THEKrsi:ao. Trouble. THEKO. The end, or gnLsping place of a spear-handle, mo lamu, etc. THEKO. A buying; the price of a thing. THEKOLOLO. A ransom ; a re demption. THELA=Tshela. Used of founder's work. T H An udder ; a ball ; a globe ; a ball of hair found in an animal's stomach. THELEDI. The flesh at the junction of the bones in an animal's bind legs. THELEDISA. To cause to escape, or survive. Tai:t:Eai:tA=Tshelegela. TB I<:LELA. 'l'o escape, or survive, as from danger or death. THELF.NYANE. A little thele. TaEti:to. Go bua ka tbelelO, to speak ambiguously, or so as to conceal one's meaning. 0 thelelii=O boliitsana. Motho oa thelelii, a slippery character. THELESA. To supply or give food; to ent-ertain by giving food ; to be hospitable by sup plying with food. THELESECO. An assisting with food. THELESEDIWA. To be set free from a state of servitude. THELESE1'SA. To assist with food ; to give food to. THELESETSANYA. To assist each other with food. THELESHO. A giving of food; hospitality; entertainment. THELESICWE. Ba thelesicwe, they are set free. THELEYWE=1'hele, Int. Tni:to = 'fshClii.

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THEliELEKANA. To dodge so as to get out of the way ; to escape by slipping to one side. THEMO. Something which has been cut down. THENEKE'l'SA. To swallow with out chewing much. THENYA. 'fo knock with the head, as a calf when to knock a goat's udder with the hand when milking. THEOGA. To fall over, as a pot, etc. =Menoga. 'l'HEPE. A kind of weed used a.s a salad. THEHEGO. Fear; dread. 'l'HEREKELO. Noun from rere kela. THEREPANA. To become old and WOl'll out ; to become of no use. THEREPANYE. Perj. of there psna. Se therepsnye, it is worn out. THEREPE. An old and worn out thing. THEIUSHO. Dread. 'l'H:Ea6. A discussion about marriage arrangements ; a sermon. THETHA. To make a large fire. THETHE. A thick white grub found in kralls and rotten wood. THETHEBALA. To be satisfied, or contented. THETHEBATSA. Go thethehatsa pelo, to satisfy; to please ; to make content. THETHEBETSE. Perj. of thethe bala. Moea. o o thethebetsefi, a. contented spirit. THETHELELA. To speak too much ; to ta.lk a great dPa.l. THEY ANA. A little shield. THIDA. 'fo turn the course of anything; to stop or turn back animals. Go thiba molomo, to shut the mouth. ='l'siba, Int. THIBALA. To become obstructed ; to become stopped ; to become eclipsed, as the sun; to become shut up, as a mouth, or road. THIIIALO. An eclipse; a.n ob struction. THIIIECWE, Perj. pa,ss. of t.hi bala. Ke thibecwo ke matlho, I am hindered by my eyes. THIBEDI. A notch cut in a. stick for a pack-ox's nose; a. notch in a yoke skey. THIBEGO. A heathen custom of a woman lying on her face to bP. doctored after her husband's deat.h. THIBELA. Tosbp, orturn ba.ck, as calves at milking time. THIRELELA=Tlha.,lela. IT nthi belele dinamane, stop the calves for me. THIRELETSA= Dibeletsa. THIBI!.TSE. Perj. of thibala. Tsela e thibetse, the path is shut up. THIBILE. Perj. ojthiba. Maru a tla tlhola a thibile, the clouds will cover the sky. THIIIOGA. To come out of the "ay; to move out of the way; to give place. TmooGELA. To move out of the way of something, or some body. Mothibogele, move out of bis way. Go thibogeht bu shula., to flee from, or avoid evil. T HI BOT.OLA = Tsibolola. TmooSA. To cause to move out of the way ; to snatch a thing out of the way, or to one side. THIBOSETSA. 'l'o cause to move out of the way of. THnlOGA. To turn oneself sud denly back. 'l'HINCWE. 0 thincwe ke bo tlhoko, he is unable to do what he proposed by reason of sick ness. THIN'l'SE. Pe1j. of thinya. Ke thintse, I ha.ve changed my mind. THINTSHA. Ca.us, of thinya.. Kgosi e tla. thintsha pico, the

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chief will alter the time of the meeting. THINYA. To abandon one's in tention for a good rE'ason ; to change one's mind for a good reason ; to put off for a while. TRIP A. A knife. THIRI. A hair, Int. THITHECWANA. An imaginary animal, Int. THITHOHALA=Thutahala. THITHOHATSA=Thutahatsa. THIT6. Thelowerendofatree; the pa.rt next the ground ; st.ubble of mealie stalk. Noun from rita. THOBA. The hole in a nipple. THOIIA. To break through; to bteak out and run away; to foment with hot water. THOBALO. Noun from riibala. THOBANE. A stick; a cudgel. Thobane e tlhiigwana, a stick with a small knob .. TH6B:E. 1'hefruitof the moriibe bush. TH6BEGA. Medicine used for doctoring a broken limb. Go yewa thiibega, the eating of an ox slaughtered in honour of a man who has killed the first man in battle, or the first rhi noceros in a hunt. THOBELA. To break in. Go thooola tsela, to rush into, or along a path. THOBELETSA=Thomeletsa, Int. THOBESELELA. To break in upon; to break in upon, or intrude upon, a party when not wanted. THOBETSE. Perf. oftbobela. A di t hobetse ? Have they broken in? TH6n6. A harvest; a breaking olf. From riiba, a breaking through. From thoba. THOBOGA. To flow freely. 1'HOBOLA. To pull out a plug from the bottom of a milk sack; a plug for the bottom of a milk sack ; to open wide. Go thobola kgiirii, to open the gate wide. Go thobola melapii, to cause rivers to gush out. THOBOLELA. Di thobolele kgiirii, open the gate wide for them. THOBOLOLA=Muna. To begin a new work ; to pioneer; to be the first to do a new thing. THOBU. Fallow ground; ground picked but not sown. Go lema thobu, to plough without sow ing. THOBUELA=Thabuela. THOBUETSA=Thabuetsa. THOCWA. Pass. ofthopa. THODI. A string made from chewed bark. THOGAK6. A cursing. THOGAKANO. A mutual cursing. THoG6. A cursing; a curse. Thogii ea kgwedi, change of the moon; the appearance of anew moon. THOGWE. A kind of cactus with serrated leaves, growing chiefly in limestone. THOKAMA. To sleep alongside a fire. THOKAYELA. To lie or sit so as to warm oneself ; to be in the blaze of a fire. TnoKGAYA. To be upright. TnoKGAME. Perf. of thokgama. TROKGAMISA. To make upright. TROKGAMO. Upriglttness. THOKGOSELETSA. To shake the linger at in auger, or so as to defy. TRoK6. Aside ; one side, as of a 1oom ; the extreme point, or limit,; an awl, or long needle for sewing skins with. Ha tbokii, on one side. TH6K6L6. Dung of buck, sheep, hare, etc. THoKOSE'l'SA. To shake up ; to rub between the hand as a. stick when kindling fire native fashion. THOKWA=Tokwa. THOLA. Fruit of the moroh,,

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bush ; first natural motion of an infant. THOLANA. Fruit of the morolana bush. TnoLo. Noun from rola.. TnoLoCWE = Cholocwe. TnoLOGA=Chologa.. TnoLOLA=Cholola.. TnoLoLELA = Chololela.. TnoLOLO=Chololo. 'l'noLOL w A= Cholol wa. THOLORO. Noun .frotn rolora. 'l'HOMA. .A scented medicinal shrub. THOMELETSA. To cry out loudly, or louder than others. THoM6. .A sending. THONOPO. Noun from ronopa. THOPA. To plunder. THOPAHALA. To become plundered, or stolen. THOPIWA. Pass. ofthopa. THOPO. Plunder; spoil. THOROMO. .A trembling. THOSOLA. Syphilis, Int. THOTA. .A mound of earth ; a small hill; highland, or rising ground. THOTANA. .A small thota.. 'l'HO'rHI. .A drop of any fluid; a small quantity of fluid remain ing in a cup, etc. THOTHOBOLO='l'huthubudu, Int. THOTHOMELA. To enter, or pierce, as a spear the ground. Used also of a convincing ar gument or an internal pain. TnoTo. Possessions ; goods; merchandise. Tn6Tsi:. .A pip of a pumpkin. Tn6YANA. .A dance continued all night round a large fire at the close of the boyale cere mony. TnUANYO. .A propitiation; an atonement. THUBA. To break to pieces, as a flat stone, etc., to break down ; to run, or rush, as a crowd; to come ofF a nest with chickens. Go thuba lobelO, to run fast ; to run a race. T HUBAGANY A, To break in pieces. TnUBAGANWA. To be broken in pieces. THUBALAKA. To break in pieces utterly. TnuBi:GA. To become broken. Tnuni:oi:LA. Ba thubegela mmogo, they rush together; to rush with one accord. Tauni:LA. To run, or rush to a thing. Tamnsno. Nowb rudi sa. TnuE. .A small, sharp-nosed mouse. TauoA. To beat with a stafF; to break with a stone held in the band; to p.mnd. Tnuao. Payment for garden work. THUHULA. To turn away the head and refuse to listen. THUKGWI .A wild animal similar to a "'tlf, but smaller. THUKnurnA. To wag, as a head; to shake the head; to rob; to deprive of. THUKHITrHWA. 0 la a thukhu thwa ke motho lokwa.lo, he had his book taken from him by a person. THUKHWI=Thukgwi. THULA. To beat or knock one thing against another; to ham mer, as a smith; to butt, as a goat. THULAGANYO. Order. Ka. thu laga.nyo, in order ; orderly. THULAGANYOLOLO. Disorderly; disorderliness. TnuLAl!A. To turn a pot, etc., upside down. THULAME. Perf. ofthulama. TnULAMELA. To sleep soundly. THULANA. To knock againt ea.ch other ; to come into col lision. TnULEGA. To overthrow ; to turn out; to subvert; to give an enema. TnuLELA. To castrate sheep

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and goats by smashing the tes ticles. THULOL.&.. See THUULOLA. THUMA. To very fine. THUl!OLO. Noun from rumola. THUMOTSA. To milk into the mouth. THUNYA. To come into view; to blossom ; to blnsh ; to be come gray-headed. THUO. An inheritance; a pos session. THUPA. A swit.ch; a rod; a. thin stick ; a. riding whip. THUPISHO. Noun, from rupiso.. THUR.&.. Hot ashes without cinders. THURUGO. A swelling. THUSA. To help. THUSANY.&.. To help each otl1er. THUSEGA. To become helped. THUSHO. Help. THUSHONYANA. A little help. THUSIWA. Pass. ofthuso.. THUTELELO. Teaching; the effect of teaching. THUTHAHALA. To become warm. Used of water, etc. TaurHAHALO . Nownfrom thn tho.halo.. THurHAHATSA. To make warm. THUTHUBUDU. A rubbish heap; a. dung heap. THUTHUCBWANE. A fungus; 0. mushroom. T HUTL w A. A camelopard; chicken pox; water pox; the southern cross. THuro. Teaching. Ntlo ea. thuto, a. church, a. chapel. TBUULA. To lead, or pull, as a person by an arm, or a. dog by a rope. THUULOLA. To take the lead ; to turn o.wo.y and take a. differ ent course. THw .&.DI. An odd number ; o.n odd one ; one superior to another. 0 ipaeo. th wadi, he puts himself first. E thwadi mo go se seii. we, it is superior to the other. 0 thwo.di mo go eo moii.we, he excels the THWALA. To find a. thing and take it not knowing its owner. = Thwadi, Int. THWANE. A wild animal of the eat tribe, larger than a. phage ; a lynx. THW ANYE. Fruit of a wild fig tree. THWETSE. Perf. of.thwala. TIK.&.. ro sta.mp with a. foot, etc.; to boom, o.s a. gun or distant thunder. =Tuba, Int. TIBAKA. To stamp the ground much, or very hard. T1a:E=Phage. TIB6. A round hole cut for a patch. T!BOLA. Namane ea. jihola loth, a. first-born calf. Nwaoa oo. tibolo. lotha, a. first-born child. TIDIKA. To prevaricate; to keep back the truth. TIDIKELA. Go tidikelo. loleme, to speak with a. slippery tongue. TIDIMA. A plot of level land between two hills suitable for ploughing. TIDIMALO. Silence. TmiSA. Caus. of tila. Two. The trunk of a tree. TI:EG6. Delay ; a delay. TIG6. A casting dawn. TmAco. A fulfilment. TIH.&.BALO. An event happening to one ; o.n experience. TIHALO. An event ; o.n occurrence. Tm:Eto. A service. Tmo. A work. TIKA=Khuetsa. TIKETA. A ticket (hybrid). TIKOLOGO. A going round ; a. a. revolution, o.s of a. wheel. TIKOLOGON. Round about. Tikologoii eo. botlho.oleio, round about the camp. Tikologoii. ea bono., round about them. TIL.&.. To avoid; to get out of

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the way of anything likely to do harm, as a stone thrown at one. TILANE. The first dnng of a new born calf. TILATSHI. The horny knob above an ox's hoof at the back ; the fetlock of a horse. TILODT. Black and white with small white spots. Used of an ox. TILOLO. Noun from dilola. TILOl'SANA. Fem. oftilodi. TILWANE. A thick bead ring woven on cord. Tnu. 'fo to be come extinguished ; to go out, as a candle. Molelii o o sa timeii., the fire that do>es not go out. To stint; to del;'rive of; t.> prevent from havmg; to dilute ; to make less sharp to the taste; to cover the ground, as springing corn. TIMANA. To be stingy. TIMANE. Pe>f. of timana. 0 timane, he is stingy ; he is covetous, or close-listed. TTMANO. Stinginess. 'fiMEDIWA. Pass. of timetsa. TIMEGA. To become extin-guished; to light one thing by another ; to kindle a light from another light. Molelo o o sa timegeii., the fire that is not put out. TIMEGETSA. To fall, as a falling star; to light up the sky, as a falling staT. 0 mo timegetsa ka monwana, he points him out with the finger. Tnri:LA. To wander; to go astray. TtMELE"rSA. To cause to wander from. TtMELO. A wandering. Tn.ri:LWA. Gotirnillwa katnmelo, to be lad astray from the faith. TrMETSA. To cause to wander. TIMETSE. Perf. of timela. TIMILE. Perf. oftima. LobOne lo timile, the candle is gone out. U re timile, you have been stingy to us. TIMISA. 'l'o stint; to cause to be stinted. TIMOKANYO. A stupor; dizziness ; giddiness. TINTA=Tlhetlha. TINWA. Pass. oftima. TIPOLA. To cut or sever with one cut. TISHO. A herding; a watching; protection. TrrA. To withhold an opinion; to decline to express an opinin about a matter without hear ing about it more fully. 'l'ITAM!i:RE. The B.esh on the side of a hull's neck. Tn'AMO=Tshiamii. TrrATITA. To fear to give an opinion ; to be uncertain what to do, or where to go. Tr-r:Ei:L6. A staff for beating skins when braying. Trr:E6. A beating; a scourging ; a wound made by a blow. TrriNCWE. Pe>f. pass. oftitinya. TITINYA. To stop or hinder one when speaking, from not wish ing to hear more. TL A. Shall ; will. Ke tla rata, I will love. To come. Pef tlile, and tsile. TLAATLAA. To talk altogether, or with confusion; to give a. person no chance of answering by talking all together. TLABAKA. To be busy; to bP active in doing one work after another. TLABAMA. To sit fiat on tl1e ground ; to sit in the way so as to obstruct; to continue sitting and refuse to rise. TLABATLA.BA. To run in a clumsy fashion, as a loose jointed person. TLABO=Kabo. TLADI. A thunderbolt; light ning. TLADIKA. To speak at randm and without truth; to dirty or

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soil, as with fat, milk, etc. ; to daub ; to bedaub. TLADIKEGA. To become dirty, or daubed. TLADIKWA. Pass. Of tladika. To be filthy, or foul. TLADIIU. Po,ss. of tlatsa. 'l'LAEE. Tlaee ea letsae, the yolk of an egg. TLAKASELA. To tremble; to shiver. TLAKASELO. A trembling. TLALA. 'l'o become full; to be full of; to be tilled with. Go tlala boga.le, to be full of anger. Perf. tletse. To be hungry, hunger. Ke tlala, I am hungry. Ke bolawa ke tlala, I am killed by hunger; I am very hungry. Ba ba tlala, the hungry, Ba bo ba le tlala, they were hungry. 0 la a utlwa. tlala, he was hungry. TLALAEA. To report some fault to a superior; to complain to a superior of a person's con duct. 0 la a. mo tlalaea kwa. kgosiii, he accused him befure the chief; he complained to the chief about him. TLALEA=Tlalaea. TLALECWE. PIYI:f. oftlalelwa. TLALIWIWA. To be anxious for. 'l'LALELA. 'l'o be too much for ; to trouble, or distress. TLALELO. Distress; anxiety. 'l'LALELWA. To have anxious thoughts about ; to be dis tressed; to be anxious for. TLALETSA. Oaus. oftlalela. To till for. From tlatsa. TLAHA. To gird a person about the middle. TLAlfAKELELA. To come of what one ought to be; to bungle; to do a work badly. TLAlfAKELELWA. To be ba:lly done ; to be badly bound up, etc. TLAlfALANA. To care for or provide for each other. TLAMELA. To provicle for; to talre care of ; to care for ; to minister to. TLA!IIELO. Care; preservation. TLAMELWA. To be provicled for by another. TLAMEl'LO. A bullfrog. TLAll ETLWE = Tlametlo. TLAllOLOLA. Revers of tlama. 'l'r.AMPARELA. To catch or seize holll of with both hancls ; to clutch. TLAMUKA. To spoil, or injure by laying hold of. TLANTLAPE = Kga.ntlape. TLANYEGA. To become tasteless, as a. frostbitten pumpkin. TLAN. Come ye. TLANWA Pass. oftlama. TLAOPA=Noiiola, Int. TLAPETLA. To flatten out ; to crush so as to flatten ; to knock so as to flatten. TLAPUKETSA. To smear with much fat. 'l'LARE. When ; as soon as. TLAl'LA. A plaited hat. TLATLARALA. To be bent out, or spread far npart, as legs when feet are still together. TLA"l"LAWE. A koran; a large ground-bird. TLATSA. To make full; to fill. TLA'rsu. To beat or strike much or hard, ancl with a dpwnward movement. TLATSEGA. To become filled. TLE. Usedtoexpressanordinary, or accustomed act. When used it is followed by verbs ending in e, and the accents also aro altered. Se tie se rekwe, it is ordinarily sold. Di tie di ye, they usually eat. Ba tie ha thusanye, they are accustomecl to help each other. TL:E. 0 tie tla, he will come. See TLE. TLEKEETSA. To deal gently with ; to spare. TLELA. To come for. TLEP Al'LEPA. To be very silly ; to laugh immoderately.

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TLEREBETSA. l'o trumpet, as an elephant ; to speak in a high tone of voice. TLETLEREGANA. To become broken in pieces, as a pot, etc. TLETLEREGANYA. To break in pieces, as a pot, etc. TLETSE, Per.f. of tlala. Go tle, tse, it is full. Dinku di tletse ka naga, the veldt is full of sheep. Perf. of tl6\a. Lo tletseil P what are you come for? TLHABA. To pierce; to slaugh ter by cutting or piercing ; to germinate ; to rise, as the sun ; dark brown, with yellow patches about the nose. Used. of an ox. TLHABAGANA. Go tlhabagana le, to be opposite to ; to be contrary to. TLHABAGANYA. To pierce across. 'l'LHABAGANYE. Per(. of tlhaba gil.na. E tlhabaganye nabii, it was contrary to them. TLHABUKA. To pierce much or thoroughly. TLHABAKETSA. To become gray headed or white-headed ; to become whitish, as ripening corn. TLHABANA. Fem. of tlhaba. To tight with each other. l'LHABANO. War. TLHABANTSHA. Caus. oftlhabana. To fight for; to assist an ally to fight. TLHABATLHABA. Go tlhabatlhaba le lehatshe, to wander about the country. 'l'LHABEGA. To become pierced. 'l'LHABELA. A thatching peg ; to cut pumpkin, etc., into thin strips for drying; to for. Lesedi le tla ba tlhabela, the light will spring up for them. TLHABELE'l'SA. To set a tune fur; to lead others in singing, or playing on reeds.= Patele tsa. Tr,HAI!ETSA. 0 la a mo tlbabe-tsa ka matlbii, he looked hart! at him. TLHABISA. Catts. oftlbaba. To tack together, or pin together in sewing. Go tlhabisa di tlhoil, to put to shame. TLHABOLOGA. (A word about which there is much difference of OJ?inion.) To have a relapse in stckness, always implying a change for the worse ; to make a spurt; to put on such a spurt as will probably result in win ning. Used of a gun which did not shoot well, but now does shoot well, and of a house which was almost a ruin, but is now rebuilt. Used in the books in the sense of being penitent, but this use is con fusing from the word having opposite meanings in different cases. TLHAIIOLOGO. A relapse; a spurt. TLHABOLOLA. To renew ; to make as if new; to put new life into ; to renew that which had become old. Go tlbabolola dipalii, to make distinct figures which were nearly rubbed out. TLHABUKETSA. To drink as a dog. TLHACO. A wa.shing. 'I.'LHACWA. 'l'o wash anything. TLHACWANA. A little fish. TLHACWICWE. Perf. pass. oftlha-cwa. Washed. TLHACWITSE. Perf. oftlhacwa. TLHACWIWA. Pass. of tlhacwa. Tr,HADIA. To pour water into a. pot on a fire. TLHADIILE. Perf. 'l'LHADILE. P8lj. oftlhala. TLHADILWE. Perf. pass. of tlha-la. TLHAE. An exclamation used in stopping cattle. TLHAEA. Diyii dia batlhaea, the food does not reach them, or fails before reaching them, o that they do not have aiiy of it. F F

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TLHAECO. Tlhaeco ea dinao, a long stride. TLHAECWR. Ba tlhaecwe ke diyo, they have come short of food. TLHAEDICWE. 0 tlhaedicwe ka go leoha, he fell short, or failed by sinning. TLHAEDISA. Caus. oftlhaela. TLHAEDIWA. Pass. oftlhaela. 'l'LHAELA. To fail ; to come short; to come short of. TLHAELO. A coming short; a failure. TLHAELETSA. To shout out to a person at a distance ; to shout out from a distance"; to call after. TLHAETSA. Go tlbaetsa dinao, to long strides. TLHAGA. Wild; wary; always on the look out; quick; active; t.J alarm ; to startle and cause to run away ; dry standing grass. To do a thing quickly; to become quick, or active. TLHAGAHALO. Quickness. TLHAGAHA"fSA. To make quick. TLHAGALA. An abscess ; an ulcer; an internal sore. TLHAGARE. Small iron tip to a bushman's arrow; the point of a thorn or spliut.er left in a wound ; the middle lappet of three on a kaross. TLH.WEGA. To become warned; to be startled and run away, as a frightened animal ; to rise early in the morning; to start early before others. TLHAGISA. Caus. of tlhaga. To warn. TLHAGISHO. Warning. TLHAGISITSE. Perf. of tlhagisa. 'l'LHAGOLA. To weed ; to hoe out weeds. TLHAGOLEGA. To become weeded. TLHAHUNA. To chew; to mas ticate. TLHAHUNNE. Pe?j. oft.!hahuna.. TLHAILE. Pelf. oftlhaea. 'l'LHAKA. To scramble for food; to grab food and run away with it; a seed ; a grain ; a white speck in an eye ; a letter of the alphabet. TLHAKALADISA. Monona eo o tlhakaladisa, this man is very grey. TLHAKALADITSE. Perf. of tlhakalatsa. Setlbare se tlhaka laditse, the tree is in full bloom. TLHAKALATSA. To be in bloom. Setlhare se tla tlha.kalatsa, the tree will be in bloom. TLHAKANA. To be mixed. TLHAKANYA. To mix. 'l'LHAKANYE. Perf. of tlhakana. 0 tlha.kanye tlhogo, he is an idiot. TLHAKANYO. A mixing; a con fusion. TLHAKASAGARE. An island; one island between others. TLHAKATLHAKANA. To be jumbled up together; to be en tangled ; to be without order ; to be in confusion. TLHAKATLHAKANYE. Perf. of tlhakatlhakana. TLHAKO. A hoof of a horse, ox, etc. TLHAKOLA. To deprive of; to take without permission. U 8ed in the south of the cleaning of an infant. TLHAKOLE. Month of February. TLHAI,A. To put away a wife or husband. TLHALE. A thread of sinew for sewing skins; thread. TLHALEHA. To become wise. Go tlhaleha. ba.tho, to beware of people, or look out and avoid them. To take the largest or best portion ; to gain an advantage over another. TLRALEHILE. Per f. of tlhaleha.

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TLHALEHISA. To cause to be wise. TLHALEllii. Wisdom. 'J.'LHALEMALEYE. .A cunning one. TLHALETSHA. To make wise. TLHALii. .A divorcement. TLHALOGANTSE. Perj. oftlhalo. ganya. TLHALOGANYA. To understand; to comprehend ; to know. To separate cattle. TLHALOGANYESEGA. To become understandable. TLHALOGANYETSA. 0 la. a mo tlhaloga.nyetsa., he made him understand. TLHALOGANYO. Understanding; mind. TLHALOGANWA. Pass. of tlhalo ganya. TLHALWA. Pass. oftlhala. TLHAMA. To begin a talk ; to put yeast into beer ; fermented beer before it is cooked. TLHAMAGANYA. To repair by darning; to darn ; to mend ; to repair. TLHAMAJ,ALA. To be straight, as a path, etc. ; to be bolt up right ; to be stiff. TLHAMALALELA. To go in a straight line to. TLHAMALATSA. To stretch straight out, as arms, etc. TLHAMANE. A tradition ; a fable ; an idle tale. TLHAMA1'SEGA. To become im proved. TLHAME=Tlbaiiwe. TLHAMEGA. To put a person to lie on his back. To turn the carcase of an ox over when skinning it. TLHAMUKELA. To smear about the mouth with fat, etc., when eating. TLHAMUKETSA. Qa;us. ojtlhamukela. TLHANAMA. To lie on the back. Go tlhanama ka motlhana, to lie ou the back. TLHANAMOLOGA. To rise up from lying on the back. TLHANASELA. To sway frwn side to side, as water when boiling; to move from side to side. TLHANO. Five. TLHANOCWE. E tlhanocwe, it is turned inside out. TLHANOGA. 'fo become turned inside out; to become changed in plan or purpose without due cause ; to be fickle, or change able in purpose ; to alter one's mind without any reason. =Phecoga. TLHANOLA. To change the sides of a thing; to turn inside out. TLHANTLHOLA. To pick to pieces, or tease. TLHANTSE. Perf. oftlbanya. 0 tlhantse. Used of a person escaping who had been laid hold of. TLHANYA. To strike with a fist, stick, etc. ; to become curdled, as first milk, or stale milk when boiled; to change, as blood into fihrine and serum. TLHANYAKA. 'l'o beat much; to buffet. TLHANYEGA=Natega. 'l'LHANWE. .A st
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noisy pleasure ; excess ; de bauchery. TLHAPi:LWA. To be excited with noisy mirth. TLHAPEO. Uproar; confusion. 'l'LHAPI. A fish. TLHAPISA. To cause to wash ; to cleanse. 0 la a ba tlhapisa dinao, he washed their feet. TLRAPISIWA. Pass. of tlbapisa. Diatla tse d.i sa tlhapisiwaii, unwashed bands. TLHAPO. A washing. TLHAPOLOGA. 'fo melt, or be come dissolved, as snow, etc. ; to become softened, .or meltecl. TLHAPOLOSA. To cause to melt, or dissolve; to melt fat, etc. ; to make soft. TLHARAKANA. To make a rattling noise. TLHARAKANYA. To cause a rattling noise. TLHARALALA. To be stretched out and stiff, as a corpse. 'l'LHARIKA. To go very quickly. TLHARIKE. U tlbarike, go very quickly. TLHAROA. To gallop, as a wilde beest, etc. 'fLHAS. A spark. TLHASA. To break up, as clouds, or a sickness ; to become less nice than usual. TLHASE=Tlbatshe. Kwatlhase, the east, Int. TLHASELA. To assault ; to attack. TLHASELO. An assault ; an attack. TLHASHUNYELE. Wild teazle shrub; wild dagga plant. TLHASINYEGA. 'fo tinkle, as a woman's ornaments; to walk so as to cause ornaments to tinkle. TLHA1'LAEA. To put on, or above; to put a pot on a fire. TLHATLAGANA. To be piled up; to lie one upon another. Used of things. TLHATLAGANTSE. Per/. of tlha tla.ganya. TLHATLAGANYA. To pile things one upon another. TLHATLAGANYE. Perf. of tlha-tlaga.na. TLHATLEILE. Perf. oftJhatlaea. TLHATLEWA. Pass. ojtlhatlaea.. TLHATLHA. Rushes used for making the upper garments of the boyale girls. TLHATLHABALA. To be rough and untidy, a.s uncombed ba.ir. TLHATLHARA. To grip, as a severe pain, or soreness in the bones and body. TLHATLHARAPA. To do anything badly or clumsily. TLHATLHASELA. To make a jolting or bumping noise, as a wagon going over stones. TLHATLHELA. To put in, as cattle into a. krall ; to load a gun. TLHAl'LHELO. A shutting up place ; a compound. TLHATLOGA. 'l'o ascend. TLHA'l'LOGELA. To ascend to. 0 la a tlhatlogela kwa lencweii (or mo lencweii), he went up into a mountain. TLHATLOLA. To take off, as a pot off a fire. TLHATLOLOGANA. To follow each other, as months; to pass from one work to another. TLHA1'LULOGANYA. To remove one thing off another; to ex plain ; to unravel. Go tlhatlo loganya melacwana, to go from one brook to another, as in searching for cattle. TLHA1'LOLOLA. 'l'o take meat, etc., out of a too full pot. TLHATLOSA. To cause to as cend; to raise. TLHA1'SA. 'fo vomit. TLHAl'SHE. Under; below. Kwa tlbatshe ga letlole, under the box. Kwa tlbatshe, under neath. Kwatlhatshe ga, belOIV. 'rLIIAYWA. Pass. of tlhaba.

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TLHE. An exclamation of en treaty. TLni:rLHA. To run with elbows drawn in, and body swaying. TLHETLHWA. A berry of the moretlhwa bush. TLHOA. Whey. To dislike; to detest; to have an objection to; to be troubled. Perf. tlhoile ; pass. tlhoiwa. TLHOAHALA. To be in earnest; to persevere ; to be zealous ; to be eager or ardent; to become troubled. TLHOAHALO. Zeal; importunate eagerness; eager impatience. TLHOAHA1'SA. 'fo trouble. 'fLHOAHETSE. Perf. of tlhoohala. 'l'LHOANA. 0 tla tlhoana nae, he will dislike him. TLHOANYE. Perf. oftlhoana. 'l'LHOBA. To pinch; to pluck oft'; to pull hair oft' a skin with the fingers; to take a pinch of snuff. TLHOBAEDIWA. Pass. of tlho baetsa. TLHOBAELA. To be wakeful; to be unable to sleep. TLHOBAE'rSA. Oaus. of tlho baela. TLHOBEGA. To become bare, as an animal which has lost its hair. TLHOBOGA. To give up hoping; to despair ; to leave desolate; to leave for good. Ke le ka se tlhoboga, I gave up hoping for it. Ba mo tlhoboga, they despair of him. TLHOBOGA=Tlhoboga. TLHOBOGO. A despairing. TLH6n6o6=Tlhobogo. T'i.HOBOLA. To stamp corn; to bray in a mortar. TLHOBOLO. A quiver; a gun. 'l'L n6n6L6 = Tlhobolo. TLHOBOSA. Oaus. ojtlhoboga. 'l'LHODIA. To annoy; to bother; to trouble; to annoy, or weary with noise. TLHODIEGELO. Care. TLHODIEGO. Annoyance. TLHODIILE. Perf. oftlhodia. TLHODILE. Perf. ojtlhola. TLHODISA. To cause to remain. Oaus. oftlhOla.. TLHODIWA. Pass. oftlhodia. TLHOGA. To sprout, as a tree; to burst into leaf ; to put forth leaves ; to grow. TLHOGO. A head. TLHOGOETHAl'A. Stubbornness. TLHOGONOLO. Happy; blessed; favoured ; prospered. TLHOGONOLOHALA. To become blessed. TLHOGO'rLHOGO. A headman. TLHOGWANA. A little head. 'l'LHOIII. 'l'he corner of a garden. 'l'LHOILE. Perf. oftlhOa. 'l'LHOISA. Oaus. oftlhoa. TLHOIWA. Pass. oftlhoa. TLHOKA. To be eager. Used of a bull. A nipple of a breast; a wart; a hole in a. nipple; hole in the nipple of a gun ; the hole in an ear. TLHOKA. To lack something; to need a thing one has not got; to be without something. =Tlhweka. Go tlhoka go rata, not to love ; to be without love. TLHOKAGANYA. To arrange; to set in nice order. TLHOKAHALA. To be scarce; to be lacking. TLHOKE. Neg.form oftlboka. 'l'Ln6Ki:LA. Go mo tlhokela. pelo, to lack sympathy with him, to be unkind to him. TLHOKILE. Perf. ojtlhoka. TLHOKISA. Caus. oftlhoka. Go ba tlhokisa puo, to put them to silence. Ba mo tlbokisa tsela, he is debarred from leaving by the people refusing him per mission, or refusing to direct him. TLHOKO. The nipple of a breast; a wart. 'fLn6K6. 0 tlhOko, he is obser vant; he has a good memory. Used of a man who never for-

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gets his cattle, etc., however numerous they may be. 0 tlhiikii mo mahokuii, he has a good memory for words. TLHOKOCWE. Pll'l"f. pass. of tlhokola. TLHOKOHALA. To become sad. TLHOKOHATSA. To make sad. TLHOKOLA. 'fo sharpen, or make pointed. TLHOKOLOTSA. To cut meat into lonll strips for drying; to cut a hide into long st.rips. TLHOK(UIELA. To take notice of; to take heed; to observe; to pay attention ; to consider. TLHOKOMETSE. 'Perf. oftlhiikii mela. TLHOKOMOLOGA. To cease to take notice of; to neglect ; not to heed. TLHOKOTLA. To strip; 01" cut off twigs or small branches ; to whittle a stick. TLHOK01'LWA. Pass. of tlhokotla. 'l'LHOKOTSA. To sharpen to a point. TLHOLA. To remain for a time, the time being specified ; to tarry; to sojourn ; to visit ; to create ; to bellow much, or drink its own urine, as an animal supposed to have power to bewitch; to spy. Go tlhiila lehatshe, to spy out the land. Go tlhiila ka bonokwane, to spy by a party. Any more. Used with negative particles. Ga nketla ke tlhiila ke diha yalo, I will not do so any more ; I will do so no longer. Still ; to flO on to do. Go tla tlhiila go dihwa, it will go on to be done. A u tlhiila ua shuga P are you still braying ? are you constantly braying ? TLHOLATLHOLA. To go on tarrying; to remain a while; to tarry for two or three days. TLHOLE. Ga re tlhole re ea, we no longer go, we go no more. Gale tlhole le na le sepe, it no longer has anything. TLHOLECWE. Perf. oftlhiileJwa. TLHOLEGA. To become created. TLHOLEGILE. Perf. of tlhiilega. TLHOLEGO. A person's habit or nature; that with which a person was born. TLHOLEGON. By nature; by or in creation. Mo tlholegoii ea lehatshe, from the foundation of the world. TLHOLELA. Gotlhiilela lehatshe, to PY out a laud. TLHOLELWA. To be startled, or surprised, as by some unex pected and unwelcome event. TLHOLO. A creation; a red animal resembling a hare. TLHOLOGELELA. To desire or long for a thing or person one has seen or enjoyed before. TLHOLOGELELWA. 0 la a tlho logelelwa go ba a mmiina, he longed to see him again. To be in labour. Used of animals. E tla tlhologelel wa, it will be in labour. TLHOLOGELELO. A longing; a desire. TLHOMA. To plant; to fix in on end. Go tlhiima matlhii mo go (ma, to fix the eyes on him. TLHOMAGANA. To become fast ened together. Go tlhiima gana nabii, to follow close after them. TLHO.MAGANCWE. Added to. TLHOMAGANYA. To add to; to lengthen by adding to; to fasten together. TLHOMAGANYE. Pll'l"f. oftlhiimagana. TLHOMAMA. To be firmly fixed. TLHO:VAME. Per.f. oftlhiima.ma. TLROMAMISA. To make tirm or fixed ; to ratify ; to fix ; to establish. TLHOMAMISRO. A making firm; a ratification. TLHOM:AM:ISITSE. Perf. of tlhii mamisa.

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TLHOMAMO. Firm; firmness ; freedom. Ka tlhomamo, firmly. Ke tsecwe mo tlhomamo.ii., I was born in freedom ; I was born a free man. TLHOMELA. To arm; to carry anything over the shoulder on a stick ; to fix or establish for or on. Go tlbomela batbo melao, to lay down laws for the people. 0 la a se tlbomela ka loUbaka, be put it on a reed ; he fixed it on a reed. TLHOMELELA. To add to ; to lengthen ; to splice; to add piece by piece. TLHOMELE'I'SA. Go tlbomeletsa puo, to speak at length. TLHOMELO. A weapon. 'l'LHOMESA. To roof a house; to fix rafters. TLHOlllESHO. A rafter. TLHOME'I'SE. Perf. of tlhomela. TLHOMOGA. To go away ; to depart. Go tlhomoga pelo, to be moved with compassion. TLHOMOGELA. Go tlhomogela pelo, to have pity upon ; to show mercy to ; to be kind to. TLHOMOGELWA. Ba tla tlbomo gelwa pelo, they will obtain mercy ; they will meet with kindness. TLHOliOKELA. To grow quickly, or too fast for one's strength, a a tall and undeveloped youth. TLHOMOLA. To take or draw out, as a thorn, a pole, etc. Go tlhomola boyaii., to pull up grass. Go tlhomola pelo, to draw out the heart in sym pathy ; to tear out the heart in sorrow. TLHOMOLOLA.. To pull up by the roots, as in tranplanLing; to take out, as a pole. TLHONAMA. To beg humbly and piteously; to be indefatigable, or in earnest. TLHONAMELA. To beg humbly and piteously from. TLHONAMETSE. Perf. of tlhona mela. TLHONAMO. Nown from tlho nama. TLHONO. A shaving scraped from a hide in braying. TLIIONl"SE. Pmf. oftlbonya. 'fo cause the coun tenance to look sorl'Owful. TLIIONTSHICWE. Perf. pass. of tlhontsha. TLHONYA. To look sorrowful or disappointed ; to be erect or rough, as the hair of an angry dog. E tlhontse, it looks angry. E tlbontse moriri, its hair is raised in anger. TLHON. A hedgehog. 'l'LHONWA. Pass. qftlhOma. THL66. Aversion; dislike. TLHOPHA. 'l'o make clean, as corn by picking; to select out ; to separate. TLHOPHANA. A group or party; a portion. TLHOPHIWA. Pass. Q{tlhoph!l.. TLHOPOLOGA. To be tall; to be come unravelled ; to become straight. TLHOPORA. To take out a little, as of food, etc. 'l'LHORA. A pinnacle; a summit ; to cause to be emaciated or pine away. TLHOREGA. To become emaci-ated. TLHORO. A fur cap; a hat. 'fLHOSE. A jackal. 'l'LHOSE1'SA. To set fire to any thing inflammable. TLHOTLHA. To rub a skin with a stone in braying. TLHO"fLHA. 'l'o strain liquids. Tr.HO"fLHELECO. An incitement. TLHO'I'LHELETSA. 'l.'o incite; to stir np to do ; to persuade; to provoke to action. Tr.HOTLHELETSEGA. To become provoked, or excited to a-ction. TLHOTLHOLOGANYA. To go frurn one place to another. TLHOTLHOr.DGOLo. Tlbotiholo-

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golo e cosa diletseii, a proverb expressive of the folly of raking up old quarrels. TLHOTLHOMISA. To investigate; to seatch into ; to prove ; to ascertain accurately a doubtful matter. TLHOTLHOMISHO. A finding out; an investigation. TLHOTLHORA. 'l'o beat ; to shake off, as leaves off a tree. TLHOTLHOUGA. To become shaken off; to fall off, as leaves. TLHOTLHORELA. 6o tlhotlhorela mo moleloii, to fall off into a fire. TLHOTLHORI. Grounds of grain in brewing. TLHOTLHWA. A price. 'l'LHOTSA. To be lame; to limp. 'l'LHOTSE. Perf. of tlhola. TLHOYANA. A small tlholo, Int. 'l'LHWAEA. To take back through auger or strife that which one had lent or given. TLHWAEGA. To become rotten and fall in, as timber eaten by insects ; to be eaten and hol lowed out, as the carcase of an animal. 'l'LHWANA. Fem. of. ntlhwa. Brown. Used of a cow. TLHWARE. A very large snake; a boa 'l'LHWATLHA=Tlhotlhwa. Goods for sale. TLHWATLHWAETSA=TlbaJrlsa. Tr,HWEKA. Madi a tlhweka, blood before it is clotted. TLIKIECO. Favour; partiality. TLIKIETSA. To love very much; to indulge from fondness ; to favour. TLILE. Perf. oftla. 'l'LISA. Oaus. oftla. 'l'LisrrsE. Perf. of tlisa. TLo. Lo tlo lore, vou would say. U tlo u re utl;.e, pray hear us. TLOBA. To pull the meat off a bare's bones, in order to dip it in fat before eating it ; to pull lean meat into shreds, in order to dip it in fat. TLOBAKA. To move about very much; to be very busy in doing different kinds of work. TLOBA'l'LOBA. 'l'o change one's residence often. TLOco. An anointing. TLODILE. Perf. oftlola. TLODISA. Caus. oftlola. TLODISIWA. Pass. of tlodisa. TLODITSE. Perf. oftlotsa. TLOGA. To rise up; to go away; to depart; to leave a place. Tloga ha, get hence. Soon ; straightway ; immediately. Ba tla tloga ba tsamaea, thex will soon go away ; they w1ll go away now. TLOGELA. To depart from ; to leave ; to forsake. TLOGELKCWE. E tlogelecwe, it was left. TLOGELWA. To be forsaken; to be left. TLOGILE. Perf. of tloga. Ba. le ba tlogile ba tlola molao, they soon broke the law. TLOGISA. To cause to depart. TLOGOLOGA. To become peni tent, Int. TLOHOHALA. To become weak; to fall off in strength. TLOKA=Bega. TLOKOLOLA. To sift while hold ing the sieve in a slanting position. TLOKOTLA. See TLHOKOTLA. TLOLA. 'fo jump over ; to jump up ; to tranogress. TLOLA. To smear; to anoint. 'fLOLAGANYA. To step, or stride over ; to tep across ; to pass over ; to cross over. Go tlola ganya lomota, to step over a wall. Go tlolaganya tbota, to go over a hill. TLOLAGANYO. A stepping, or passing over. Modiho oa tlo laganyo, a passover feast. TLOLAGANTSE. Perf. of tJola ganya.

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TLOLELA. To jump to. E le PO. tlolela. mo teii., it jumped iu siJe. TLOLO. A transgression. 'fLOLWA. Pass. oftlola. 'fLOLWA. Pass. oftliila. 'l'LOMOGA. To rise from a sitting posture ; to stand upright. TLOMOGELA. See TLHOMOUELA. TLONKATLONKA. To eat spar ingly, or in a mincing manner. TLoo. An underground bean; an earth nut. 'fLOP A. To hop, as a, locust. TLOPA1'LOPA. 'l'o hop about, as a bird; to hop about much. TL6P6. The crest or tuft of feathers on a bird' s head. TLOPOLA='fabola. 'l'L6POTLA. To wet through; to soak, as rain a person. TLOSA. To take away; to re move. 'l'LOSIWA. Pass. oftlosa.. 'l'LO'rLA. To honour; to favour; to bless with abundance. TLOTLAHALA. To become abundant; to abound. TLOTLEGA. To become honoured; to become favoured. TLOTLEGO. Favour; honour; blessing. TLOTLOLOLA. To dishonour. TLOTLOMELA=Tlhiimiikela. 'l'LOTLONA. 'l'o pick up one by one with fingers, or as a bird its food. TL61'LONA.=Tlotlona. TLO'l'LOPA. To eat very much; to continue eating a long time. TLOTSA. Caus. oftliila. TLOu. An elephant. TLOYWA. Pass. oftliiba. TLUNYANE. A little house. 'l'LUN. Mo tluii., in a house. TL w AELA. To be accustomed to; to be experienced in ; to be ac quainted with. TLWAELANA. To reciprocate friendship. 'l'LIVAE'l'SA. To accustom to. TLWAETSE. Perf. oftlwaela. T6BA. To look aside, or round with eyes cast down. ToBAKA. To prepare to receive visitors ; to prepare to start on a journey. ToBEKANA. To be indistinguih able by being mixed up to gether; to be jumbled up to gether. TOBEKANYA. To mix together; to jumble up together; to muddle up. TOIIEKANYE. Perf. of tobekana. 'l'oBETSA. To dinge in, as an elastic body ; to press in, or down with the flat part of a finger end. ToBETSEGA. To be yielding, as an elastic body, ripe abscess, etc. ToBISA=Tobetsa. Toco. See Tooco. ToGA. A roll of tobacco. 'l'OGAMAANO. A device. ToGOMAANO. A device. 'l'OISE. A snuff-box (hybrid). T6KA. Black earth, or clay. ToKi:L6. A small sack, or pouch worn by women. T6K6=Tiika. ToKOLOLO. A joint, as finger, leg, etc. T6KOMELA. To be stupid, or dazed, as from sickness. ToKOME1'SA, To make stupid, or dazed. 'l'oKWA. Dark brown. Used of an ox. ToKWANA. Fern. of tokwa. 'l'oLO. A toll (hybrid). ToLoR6. Nounfrorn lolora. 'l'6XANA. 'l'o drink water while kneeling or lying down. ToKEEGA. To be proud; to be haughty ; to despise others. '!'OMEGA. A mark left by cup ping, or bleeding. ToMELA. To throw at and pierce with an arrow, etc. TOMELECO. Ka tomelecii, on purpose; without ca.use.

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ToMOGA. To be pulled out. with finger and thumb. ToxoLA. To pull out with finger and thumb; to catch a fWit running animal. ToMOLOGANO. A division. Noun from lomo loga. TONA. A male. =Tonna, Int. ToN A. To bend down the head and body. ToNAKA. 'fo bend down the head, as an untrained ox. ToNNA. Large; great. TONTOBANE. A small bird with tail often erected. TONTOLO. point or lowest end of a root. Too. Witchcraft. A whetstone; a grind stone. ToPALALA. To stand upright. ToPECWE. Ke topecwe ke bo tlhoko, I am laid prostl-ate by sickness. To take hold of thoroughly ; to possess en tirely. ToPETEGA. To languish; to be come helpless from paiu or wea.rine,:,s. ToPo. A request. ToRo. A dream. ToRONKO. A prison (hybrid). A (hybrid). TosnoLo. A syphilitic s01e, Int. TosHOLOLO. Noun from losholola. ToTA. To increase ; to abound; to multiply. ToT A. Very much so ; in reality; in very truth ; real. Y esu ro ta, Jesus himself. Pelo ea me tiita, my very heart. Ke lma rre rota, he is my very own father. TOTAHALA. To increase; to be come larger; to multiply. TOTAHALELA. To become greater for. ToTAHALO. Increase. ToTELA. To abound to, or for. ToTISA. To cause to increase. ToTLHANYO. Noun from lotlhanya. TOTOBA. To walk slowly, or totteringly, as an old man. ToTOBALA. To be still and mo tionless ; to lie stretched out, as a animal. ToTOBf:'l'SE. Perj. oftotobala. To act defiantly ; to be headstrong; to despise food. ToTO MA. To bulge out, as a wellstuffed cushion. TOTOMALA = 'fotobala. 'fo'l'OMETSE. Perj. of totomala. ToTOULA. To beat very hard. ToTOTSA. have a large pro-geny; to continue adding to one's family. ToTSAHALO. Deceit. ToTWANA'I'OTWANA. Usedofani mals dying in large numbers. Tm:rrA. To pound to powder; to reiterate. TSA. Of. Used with nouns in di. Contracted form of tsa.ea ; take! TSAATSIA. To consider ; to take notice; to neglect. Perf. tsei letsia. TSABO=Tsa bOna. 'l'sADISA. Caus. of tsa.Ia. TSAEA. To take ; to take a wife; to marry. Perf. tseile and tsere. Go tsaea kgaii, to argue; to debate; to discuss. Go tsaea mosadi, to marry a woman. TsAGA. A large vessel for hold ing cooked beer. TSAKUGA. To die suddenly. To beget ; to have con nection with; to bting forth, as animals. Of human being, tsala is used of copulation only ; of animals, it is used of bringing forth. A friend. Tsala tsa madi, relations. TsALABA. 'fo be pleasing to; to be satisfactory. TSALANA. 'J'o be friendly with. 'l'sALANO. Friendship.

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TsALECWE. 0 la. a. tsa.lecwe gona., he was born there. TsALO. Nown, from tsa.la. 'l'sALWA. Pass. of tsa.la.. Used of the bringing forth of children a.nd anima.Is. TSAXAALANA. To a.ssociate with; to go together. TsAXAEA. To go away. Until. Ga. tsa.ma.ca., until. Go tla. go tsa.maea., until. TsAMAEE. Dilo cotlhe di tsa.ma.ee di dihaha.le, until a.ll things a.re a.ccomplished. TsAXAISA. To ca.use to go a.wa.y. 'fsAXAO. Mode of living; cha ra.cter ; demea.noU:r. TSAMMA. A long wa.lking-stick or sta.lf. TsANKA. To wound in many pla.ces, or ba.dly. TsA.NTSABETSA. To be cleve1 in orna.menta.l work, sewing, writing, etc. TSANTSIA=Tsa.a.tsia.. Used when a.ddressing a number of people. Attention! TSAPOGA. To jump up ; to be come wet or sprinkled. TSAPOGECWE. 'l'o ha.ve become wet or sprinkled. TsAPOLA. To lea.p; to throw or jerk something wet ; to milk a cow dry. TSARANYA. Go tsara.nya. mathe, to spit out with a. noise, a.s from between the teeth. TSARANYE1'SEGA. To become spat out with a. noise, u from be tween the teeth. TsAROLA. To cut stra.igbt; to tear stra.ight; to tea.r with one's nails. TsAROLELA. Ba. le ba ba. tsaro lela.. diapa.ro, they tore the clothes off them. TSATSARAGANA. To part asun der ; to become split. TSATSARAGANYA. 'J.'o split up; to cut a carcase down the middle of the ba.ckbone. TSATSIA. See TsAA'l'SIA. TSE. These. Used with nouns in di. TSEANA. To be in perplexity; to be a.mazed. TSEANCWE. Perplexed. TsEANO. Amazement; perplexity. TSEANTSHA. To cause to be come foolish or stupid. TsEANYA. To amaze ; to perplex ; to make stupid. TSEANYE. Perf. of tseana. 0 tseanye, he is stupid ; he is imbecile. TSEANWA. To be astonished; to be perplexed. Tsi:Bi:. An ear. The page of a book. TsEBEA. To sway, as corn or trees in the wind, or a crowd of excited people. TSEBERU. A kind of small dove. TsECWE. Perf. of tsala. Born. Ba ba tsecweii ke basadi, those who are born of women. TSECHO=Tsa echo. Tsi:i:LA. To ta.ke for; to take from. Ba. re tseela lehatshe, they ta.ke the land from us. Tsi:i:LWA. Pass. oftseela. TsEHUMOLO. Noun from sehumola. TSEILE. Perf. of tsaea. TsEILETSIA. Perf. of tsaatsia. TsEISA. Caus. of tsaea. Go tseisa. kgail, to get up a. debate or argument. TSEKAGANYA. To strike hard with a thick stick. TsEKEGA=Sekega. TsELA. A path ; a way ; a road. Tsi:LA. See tseela. TSEMET,ELA. To overcome; to be too much for ; to tire out. TSEMO. A creation, Int. TSEMPOLOLA. To be bad, or worthless. Used of a.cts or habits. TsENA. To spoil quickly, as bread, etc. Tsi:NA. To enter. Pl!'lj. tsenye. TsENCWE. Per/. pass. of tsena.

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TsENEKEGA, To be full of folly or mirth. TSENELA. To enter for ; to enter by force, or without con sent. Go ba tslmela letsapa, to labour for them, as a parent for children. TSENKO. A seeking. TSENKOLOLA. To disarrange ; to disturb TSENo=Tsa eno, tsa ga. eno. Tseno di kae? where are you? TSEN1'SE. Ptn"j. oftsenya. TnNTSHA. To cause to be mad. 'l'sENWA. Pass. of tsena. To be mad. TsENYA, To cause to enter; to put in. Pmj. tsentse. TSENYE. Perf. tsena. TsENYWE. Perf. pass. of tsenya. TsE:ihVA. Pass. oftsenya. TsEPA. To throw a spear, etc., so as to make it stick upright in the ground. TsEPALALA. To stand upright; to be straight. 'l'SEPAMA. To stand upright; to stick in and stand upright, as a spear in the ground. TsEPAMELA. Matlho aotlhe a la a tsepamela mo go ena, all the eyes were fixed on him. TsEPi:GA. Go tsepega matlho, to look steadfastly. Go tse pega. pelo, to fix the heart on. TsEP ELO. A walking; a walk. TsEPHE. See TsHEPHE. TSERE. Perf. oftsaea. TsEREGANYA. See 'l'SIRIGANYA. TSEREME'fSEGA. To sing loudly; to scream out in singing. TsETA. To pull and fasten tightly; to fasten up, as a girdle. TsEULALA. To stand firm and immovable. TSE1'LA. A gusset, or piece let in to widen. TSETLAMELA. To descend on the other side ; to hang over, or be suspended from. TSETLAME'fSA. 'l'o throw a thing so that it may hang down over another, as a rope over a beam. TsETO. An engraving ; a carv ing. TsETSANA. A number of female children. TsETSE. Perf. of tsala. TsETSE. A fly destructive to cattle. TsETSELEKA. To be circumspect, or watchful; to look at ear nestly. TsETSELEKO. Circumspection; watchfulness. TsETSENA. To work cleverly or cunningly. TsETSE NEKA=Tsetsena. TSEl'SEPELA. Tu stand firm ; to make a firm stand. TsETSEREGANA. To part, or be come parted asunder ; to split up, or become split up as wood. 'l'SETSEREGANYA. To cause to part asunder, or split ; cleave asunder ; to divide. TsETSE1'HA. To shake meal up and down so as to remove the bran. TSETSIA. Negative form of tsaa tsia. TsEWA. Pass. oftsaea. TsHABA. To flee ; to flee from. Go tshaba madi, to have dysen tery, Int. TsHABEGA. To become fled from. TsHABELA. To flee to; to flee from, not out of fear. Ba tla mo tshabela, they will flee from him. Ba le ba tshabela go o sele, they fled to another. Ba tla tshabela kwa go Y esu, they will flee to Jesus. TSHABO. A flight. 'fSHADI. Many women. TSHAELA. A large house, TSHAl!EKA. To play; to sport. TsHAMEKO. Play; sport; fun. TSHAMEKWANE. Child's play, TSHAROLOGA. To become loose; to come apart.

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TsHAROLOLA. To spread out, as a curtain. TsHASA. To smear or rub with fat ; to rub fat in ; to paint. TSHAYWA. Pass. oftshaba. 'l'sHE. Oa. re tshe, he speaks to the purpose. Sea. re hela. sea. re tshe, it fits exactly. TsHEBE'l'HA. To rub ask in be tween the hands when bray ing. Tsa:Eso. Slander; backbiting. TSHECWE. Perf. pass. of tshela. TSHECHWANA. 1' little spring. buck. TSHEDILE. Pe1j. oftsbela. TsHEDILWE. Per.f. pass. o.f tshela.. E tshedilwe. Used of an animal that has not had young for some time, or that has young every other year. TSHEDISA. Caus. of tshela.. TsHEGA. Belted. Used of an ox. A strip of akin worn by a man for trousers. TSHECJA. To Ia.ugb; to laugh at ; to laugh aloud. TSHEGAHACO= 'l'shegohaco. TSHEGAHALA=Tshegohala.. 'l'SHAGAHATSA=Tshegobatsa. 'l'SHEGANA. Belted. Used of a cow. TSHEGEDIWA. Pass. of tshege tsa. 'l'SHEGEHALA=Tshegohala. 'l'sHEGELA. Go tshegela pitsa, to arrange stones for a pot to stand on. TsHEGELE'l'SA. To hold fast for; to keep for. TSHEGETSA. To hold fast; to keep a commandment ; to hold fast, as a faith or doctrine. TsHEGO. Noun from sega. A cut ; a cutting. 0 tshego, he is blessed; he is favoured ; he is lucky; he is a happy man. TSHEGOHACO. A making blessed; grace. TSHEGOHALA. To become blessed. TSHEGOHATSA. To make blessed. TsHEKELO. Ntlo ea. tsheke!O, a court of justice. TSHEKISHO. A judgment. TsHEKO. A prosecution ; a place of judgment; a council. TsHELA. To live ; to ford a stream ; to pass over ; to approach and retreat from iu dancing, TsHELA. To pour. Go tshela bola., to cast the dice. TsHELEGELA. To pour upon, as a cloud of arrows ; to rush upon; to arrive in la.rge num bers. TSHELELA. To pour on ; to pour for. TSHELEPANA. To differ, as views, stories, etc. TsHELO. A pouring ; a mould for bullets, etc. TsHELOLA. To take something from beneath other things, or from under soil. TsHEMEGO. Warning, Int. TSHENOLO. A revealing; a re velation. TSHENYEGO. A being destroyed; destruction. TSHENYO. A destroying; waste; destruction. TsHEN=Ka eii P TSHEPA. To sanctify. TsHEPEGA. To become sanctified. TsHEPHEREGA. To cry much ; to scold continually. TsHEPHISA. 'l'o sanctify. TsHEKA. To gather together, as game, Int. TSHESANE. Thin; fine; slender. 'l'SHESANYANE. Very thin. TsHETELA. A chip made when carving wood; a. wood shav ing. TsHE'I'LliA. Yellow. TsHETLHANA. Fem. of tshetlha. TSHETLHO. A bird that leads to honey ; a bird that tells of a lion's presence. TsRETLHO. A thorn of the dub belje doorn plant.

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TsHETSHA. To remove things from oue residence t.> another. TsHI. An exrla.mation expressive of cold. TsH!AM!SHO. A ma.king right; justice. TsH!AMO. Righteousness; just-ness. TsHIAMOLOLii. Wickedness. TsarANii. A race. 'l'sHIBA=Tsiba. Ts!UCWANA. A smsll iron. Tsamr. A bean of the mositsane plant ; the meconium of new-born infants. TsHIKA. A generation.; lineage. Mo tshika tshikeii, from gener ation to generat.ion ; genera tions and generations. TSHIKARO. A shoulder; the place where a burden rests. TsHIKHI. An exclamation expressive of cold. TSHIKINYA=Tsikinya. TsHIKINYEGA=Tsikinyega. TSHIKIRI. A little lump or swelling sometimes seen above the navel. TsarLLWI. A kind of ground bird resembling aletha.ca.ne. TsHILii. A round stone for grinding with. TsHUIA. Boiled corn rubbed or ground in a mortar. TsHiliiAl'IE. Many male child ren. TsHniEGA. The main body, or centre of an army ; a mark made on the body to show that a man has killed an enemy. TsHBIO. A garden. Pl. masimo. TSHIMOLOGO. A beginning. TSHIMON. Mo tshimoii, in a garden. TsHINOSHii. A revealing; a revelation. TSHIPA. A striped black and white ground squirrel. TsHIPI. Iron; metal; a bell. TSHIPO. A springhare. Pl. botshipo. TSHIRA=Sira. TSHISIBALO. A. calm; a deep silence. TsRISIMiiGii. Reverence; grav ity ; fear ; aversion. TSHISIRI. A fish moth. TsHITLHA. To exude; or ooze out. Go tshitlha metse, to perspire. Go tshitlha maui, to bleed from the pores. Ts.rAKANYA. Go tsiakanya ma hoko, to repeat a story imper fectly through forgetting, or not understanding it. TsiANE. A kind of small grass hopper, or locust. TsiBA. To cork up; to plug ; to stop a hole. TSIBALA. To become stopped, or closed, or plugged. TsiBEGA. To strike a person very hard. TsrBITHI. A man who dances like a fool. TsrBOGA='l'sitsiboga. TsiBOLOLA. To uncork; to un-plug. TsiDIDI. Cold. TSID!HALA. To become cold. TsiDIKI. A clinging noise made by a falling ilon, etc. Tsr:E. A locust. Sing. and pl. TsrEco. Deceitfulness ; deceit ; cheating. TsrEDICWE. Perf. pass. oftsietsa. Ts!EDITSE. Perf. of tsietsa. TsiED!WA. Pa8s, oftsietsa. 'l'srELWA. To doubt; to be perplexed. TsrENCHANE. A kind of grass hopper, or locust. Ts!E'L'SA. To deceive; to cheat. TSIETSANYA. To deceive each other. TsrETSEGA. To become deceived. TsiKANA. To fight at close quar ters ; to close with each other infighting. TsrKANYA. (]aus. oftsikana. Go tsikanya mahoko, to mix up matters. TsrKINCWE. Perf. pass. of tsi kinya.

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TsiKrNYA. To shake, in an active sense ; to move. TsrKINYEGA. To become shaken. TsrKINWA. To he shaken, actively. TsrKITLA. To tickle ; to poke in the ribs in sport. TsrKn'LELA= Segitletsa. TsrLE. Perf. of tla. Ba tsile, thev are come. TsrLWE. A kind of small jackal. TsrMOGA=Tsitlologa. 'l'SINA. A mouse's nest. TsrNELELA. To press a stooping parson down to the ground. TsiPOGA. To be startled, as at the sight of a snake; to shudder, as when cold water is thrown on one. Go tsipoga mmele, to shudder. TsrPOLA. To startle, or cause to shudder. TSIRIGANYA. To mediate; to part contenders. TsrRIKANA. To clatter, as cups knocked together. TsrRIMA. To tinkle; to clang. TSIRITSIIU. A kind of cricket. TSISA=Tlisa. Ts!SHOPELO. A sigh; a sob. TsnLAMA. To make a wry face after tasting something nasty. TSITLOLOGA. To be poured out in large quantities; to stream out; to flow too abundantly. TsrTsr. A kind of very small bird. TSITSIDOGA. To come to one self after fainting or stunned ; to start up troubled and startled ; to awake up of oneself ; to become roused up, as a la.zy person. TSITSIBOSA. Caus. of tsitsiboga. TSITSIBOSIWA. Pass. of tsitsi bosa. Tsl'l'SIELA. To run slowly. TSITSIPOLOGA. To come up thickly, as grain ; to stand close together, as a crowd; to cover the body, as a rash. TsrTSIRI. A kind of insect found on house walls. Sometimes used for a bug. Tsr-rsn'LHA= Tsikitla. Tu. An exclamation of surprie. TUA. Go tua, it is said. G11. tua, it was said. Perf. tule. TUALO. A go se tua.lo=A go se ne yalo. TUBA. 'l'o thump with a fist.. To beat the ground with a tail, as an ox when lyinlf down, and hence supposed to be unlucky and have the power to bewitch or injure. TUDUECO=Moduduetsa. TUDUKANA. To make a rattling noise. Tu:EL6. A reward. TUELELA. 'l'o pour meal into water in too large a proportion. TUKA. To take fire; to fl&mP ; to burn, as a candle. Go tuka bogale, to be angry. TUKELA, To be angry with. TUKISA. Caus. oftuka. TUKUTHA. See THUKHUTRA. TULE. Perf. of tua. Go tuleii, what is said ? TuL6. Nounfronl dula. TULWE. Go tulwe, it is said. T u M A To become noised abroad ; to be famous. TU.MALANO. A mutual agreement. TUMEDI. Fame; report. TU.MEDISRO. A greeting; a salutation. TU.MELA. Rel. oftuma. TUMELO. Faith; belief. TUMILE. Perf. oftuma. TUMISA. To boast of, or in. Go tumisa motho, to boast in a person. A noise; a person's fame. Tumo ea maru, thunder. TUMODISA. Caus. oftumola. TUMOLA. 'l'o shut up the mouth and refrain from speaking. Tu MOLOGO. A ceasing to believe; unbelief. TUMOLOLA. To open. Used of the mouth.

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TulloTSE. 0 tumotse molomo, he is quite silent; he is dumb. TUliUSA. To have the girdle imperfectly fastened ; to be uncovereil, or indecently ex posed. Used of a man. TUN'EWANE. A small calabash; a small receptacle of leather, bone, etc., for snufF. TuRIO. A tower (hybrid). TUTELA. To become ripe and ready for opening, as a boil. TU'L'ETSA. Caus. of tutela. TUTUBOLOGA. 'l'o get up quickly; to spring up, as a musjuoom. TuTUCHWANE. A mushroom; a fungus. TuTUGA. To grow. Used of persuns and animals. Tul'U.'I!A. To :flame much, as a large fire; to be in a fever. Tu-ru:u:o. A fever; a large flaming. TUTUliiOLOGA. To break out, as an eruption ; to disperse quickly, as a crowd of people. TUULALA. To be silent when spoken to. TuwA.. See TuA. TwA. Go twa, it is said. Ga twa, it was s'lid. TwEN. G<> twefi? What is said? TWILE. Perf. oftwa. u. U. Thou. uAN. One (hybrid). UBA. To throb; to smite with a fist; to beat so as to wound. UBANA. To beat each other. Go ubana ka macwele, to strike each other with fists. U BELA. To blow the bellow. UBUGA. To heave, as an op pressed chest ; to breatbe hard; to pant. UBULA. To smite with a stafF, etc. UcuLE. See UcwiLE. uCUWA. See UcwJWA. UcwA. To steal. UcwE:LA. To steal from. UCWILE. Pe1-j. ofucwa. UcwxSA. Caus. of ucwa. UcwrwA. Pass. ofucwa. UDUBATSA. To shake out dust from a skin, etc. UEsr. U le uesi, thou alone. UKANYA. To inspect, Int. UMA. To bear fruit. UMAKA. To mention a name; to name ; to speak about. UNA. To take all the things out of a place. UNYA. To peep out, and draw back again ; to appear above the surface, and disappear again. UN-wA. Pa.s. ofuma. uNWILE. Perf. of ufiwa. UNWISA. Caus. of unwa. UPA. To place or sprinkle medi cines to destroy or keep away beasts or birds, or to protect a house. UPALALA. To sit silently; to sit in silence. U PELELA. To sprinkle or smear with witchcraft medicines. UPELETSA= Upelela. UPIWA. Pass. ojupa. U POLOGA. To become of none efFect. Used of witchcraft medicines. UPOLOLA. To make witchcraft medicines of no efFect. UsA. Caus. of wa. To cause to fall. UsEDIWA. Pass. ofusetsa. UsE'fSA. To cause to fall to. USIWA. Caus. ojusa. UrLA. To snatch a thing. UrLULE= Uhvile. UrLUSA= Utlwisa. Go mo utlu sa, to cause him to hear ; to inform him; to tell him. UTLUSIWA= Utlwisiwa. UrLUWA=Utlwiwa. UnwA. To hear; to feel; to Go utlwa bot.lhoko, to feel sorry; to be in pain. Ut'LWALJI.. To become audible.

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UTLWALELA. Ke le ka di utlwa lela giina, I heard of them there. UTLWANA. Go utlwana le, to sympathisewith. U1'LWATSA. Oaus. of utlwala. U'fLWEGA. To be audible; to be heard, or understood. U-rLWELA. To feel for; to hear about. Go utlwela botlhoko, to feel sorry for ; to pity, UTLWELANA. Go utlwelana bo tlhoko. 'l'o sympathise wit.h each other. U1'LWELELA. Ke le ka di utlwe lela kwa, I heard about them there. U'l'LWETSE. Per/. of utlwala and utlwela. 0 di utlwetse, he has heard of them. Re utlwetse legae, we have heard of a home. UrLWILE. Perf. ofutlwa. UTJ,WISA. Oaw;. ofutlwa. w. thou, 0 man. Bogolo go wlma, than thee. WEsi=Uesi. WE'fSA. Caus. of wela. 'l'o finish ; to complete ; to end. WETSE. Perf. ofwela. WY. An exclamation denoting wonder, or doubt. Y. Y A. 'l'o eat. Perf. yele. Pass. yewa. Oaus. yesa. Gen. part. of nouns in le. Perf.ofyala. YADILWE. Perf. pass. ofyala. Y AHA. To wipe away filth. Y AHILE. Perf. of yaha. E ya hile, it is well. A yahile a bua, he did well to speak ; he spoke well. U yahile u tie, you have done well to come. Y AKA. Like. 'l'o sojourn for a purpose. YALA. 'l'o sow. Perf. yadile; pass. yalwa. YALANA. 'l'o eat of each other's W A. 'l'o fall ; to fall down as an food. involuntary act. Pe1j. ole. Y Au:. Lately; some little timE> Oaus. usn, or osa. ago. WATLHAEA. To chastise ; to YALO. Thus; so. chasten. YALWA. Pass. ofyala. WATLHAILE. Perf. ofwatlhae!l.. -"!"ANA. Now. To bite, or eat WA'rLHAIWA. Pass. ofwatlhaea. each other. WATLHAWA=Watlhaiwa. YANALA. To go about visiting; WEDICWE. Perf. pass. of wetsa. to walk about the town with Per}'. ofwetsa. no particular object. WEDIWA. Pass. ofwetsa. YANTSE. Perf. ojyanya. WEKE. A week (hybrid). YANO. Now. W:ELA. 'l'o fall to, or into; to YANON. Now. fall down. To come upon; to YANYA. To strike hard and find. Go wlila hn hatshe, to wound. fall to the ground. 'l'o become Y ARATA. A yard or compound completed, or finished, ns a (hybrid). work; to become ended, as YAYAREGA. To be in a rage; to years. rage with anger. WELWA. Pass. ofwela. YAYAREGO. Raging anger; rage. WENA. 'J'hou; thee. Ke tla YE. 'l'his. Used with nouns in bua le wena, I will speak with le. thoe. J,! wenu. monna, and Y:Er.A. To eat at; to eat for. GG

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Go yela mo tluii, to eat in a house. YELANALA. To visit, or call upon people or friends. Ba; yelanala le Tau, Tau and they visit each other. YELANANNALA. Ba ba yelanaii nala, those who call upon each other. YELE. Perj. ofya.. YELENALA. Perj. ojyanala. Yi:LwA. Pass. ofyela. YELWE. Pass. ojyele. YENO. This. Used with nouns in le. Ka yeno, to-day. YEOSI. Only. Used with nouns in le. YESA. Oaus. ofya. YETSENALA. Perj. of yelanala. 0 ba yetsenala, he has called upon them. YEu6. That. Used with nouns in le. YEWA. Pass. ojya.. Yo. This. Used with nouns in bo. .An exclamation of distress, or fear. ; YoA. Gen. part. with nonns in bo. .. YOKWE. .A yoke (hybrid). Y6NA. It. Used with nouns in bo. YoTLHE. All. Used with nouns in bo. You6. That. Used with nouns in bo. YoYo. .An exclamation of dis tress. Butler & Tanner, The Sehvood l'rinting Works, Frome, and London.