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Vocabulary Lists Most Common Nouns

Most Common Nouns

50 most common nouns
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week
wiki (n)
week
Kuna masiku saba kwa wiki.
There are seven days in a week.
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year
mwaka (n)
year
second
sekunde (n)
second
kuna sekunde hamsini na nane zilizobaki kwenye saa.
There are fifty eight seconds left on the stopwatch.
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hour
saa (n)
hour
Kuna sekunde (60) sitini kwa dakika moja.
There are sixty seconds in a minute.
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minute
dakika (n)
minute
Kuna sekunde (60) sitini kwa dakika moja.
There are sixty seconds in a minute.
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water
maji (n)
water
coffee
kahawa (n)
coffee
Birika la kahawa limejaa kahawa.
The coffee pot is full of coffee.
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beer
pombe (n)
beer
Hadimu anamwaga pombe chachu.
The bartender is pouring a draft beer.
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ice
barafu (n)
ice
barafu mchemramba zinazoyeyuka
melting ice cubes
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tea
chai (n)
tea
mother
mama (n)
mother
Watoto wanabusu mama yao.
The children are kissing their mother.
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father
baba (n)
father
Baba Mario ni nani?
Who is Mario's father?
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husband
mume (n)
husband
Mume wangu mpendwa ananipikia.
My beloved husband is cooking for me.
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wife
mke (n)
wife
mume na bibi
husband and wife
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son
kijana (n)
son
Mimi nilimtuma mwanangu kusoma nchini London.
I sent my son to study in London.
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daughter
binti (n)
daughter
Huyu ni binti yangu.
This is my daughter.
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fish
samaki (n)
fish
beef
nyama ya ng'ombe (n)
beef
mnofu wa nyama
beef steak
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pork
nyama ya nguruwe (n)
pork
Nyama ya nguruwe ni nyama inayopatikana kutoka kwa nguruwe.
Pork is the meat from a pig.
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chicken
nyama ya kuku (n)
chicken
supu ya kuku
chicken soup
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kitchen
jikoni (n)
kitchen
Mimi husafisha jikoni.
I cleaned up the kitchen.
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bathroom
bafu (n)
bathroom
Bafu liko mwisho wa njia ya ukumbi.
The bathroom is at the end of the hallway.
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computer
tarakilishi (n)
computer
tarakilishi la dawati
desktop computer
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bed
kitanda (n)
bed
Mwanamke anapumzika kwenye kitanda.
The woman is resting in the bed.
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sofa
sofa (n)
sofa
sofa hii ni starehe
This sofa is very comfortable.
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nurse
muuguzi (n)
nurse
muuguzi wa kike
female nurse
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hotel
hoteli (n)
hotel
hoteli pa mapumziko
resort hotel
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woman
mwamamke (n)
woman
Mwanamke huyu amevaa fulana nyeusi.
The woman is wearing a black sweater.
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man
mwanamume (n)
man
Mwanamume huyu anakunywa kwenye chupa cha maji.
The man is drinking from the water bottle.
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girlfriend
mpenzi (n)
girlfriend
mpenzi wa furaha
happy girlfriend
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boyfriend
mpenzi (n)
boyfriend
mpenzi aliye na sura nzuri
good looking boyfriend
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child
mtoto (n)
child
Watoto hupenda kucheza.
Children love to play.
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doctor
daktari (n)
doctor
teacher
mwalimu (n)
teacher
mwalimu darasani
teacher in a classroom
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today
leo (n)
today
Leo saa 6:15
today at 6:15
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tomorrow
kesho (n)
tomorrow
Tuonane kesho .
See you tomorrow!
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yesterday
jana (n)
yesterday
Nilichukua siku ya likizo jana.
I took a day off yesterday.
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head
kichwa (n)
head
Vaa mrembe kulinda kichwa chako.
Wear a helmet to protect your head.
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rain
mvua (n)
rain
Mvua unanyesha barabarani.
The rain is falling on the street.
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snow
theluji (n)
snow
Theluji linanyesha kwenye mbao.
The snow is falling in the woods.
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cloud
wingu (n)
cloud
mawingu nyepesi
fluffy cloud
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shoe
viatu (n)
shoe
viatu vyeusi na vya hanja vya kupanda mlima
black and tan climbing shoes
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shirt
shati (n)
shirt
shati la lasi
silk shirt
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sock
soksi (n)
sock
soksi nyeupe
white socks
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pants
suruali ndefu (n)
pants
Nilivua suruali langu.
I took off my pants.
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friend
rafiki (n)
friend
Mvulana huyu anaweza msikiza rafikiye.
The boy can hear his friend.
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adult
mtu mzima
adult
girl
msichana (n)
girl
Msichana yule anafanya kazi ya ziada.
The girl is doing homework.
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TV
runinga (n)
TV
boy
mvulana (n)
boy
Mvulana yule ni mrefu kuliko msichana huyu..
The boy is taller than the girl.
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Christine
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great so far!!