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Vocabulary Lists Words for the First Day of Spring

Words for the First Day of Spring

Maneno ya siku ya kwanza ya Masika
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happy
furaha (n)
happy
Anafanana mwenye furaha siku hizi.
She looks happy these days.
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leaf
jani (n)
leaf
bloom
kunawiri (n)
bloom
Mtakawa umenawiri.
The tulips have bloomed.
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tree
mti (n)
tree
mti wa fyulisi na mafyulisi
peach tree with peaches
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grass
nyasi (n)
grass
Mbweha wanacheza katika nyasi.
The foxes are playing in the grass.
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spring
majira ya kuchipua
spring
maua ya majira ya kuchipuka
spring flowers
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cloud
wingu (n)
cloud
mawingu nyepesi
fluffy cloud
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sunny
kuwa kwa njua
sunny
Hali ya anga leo ni jua na mawingu hapa na pale.
Today's weather is sunny with occasional clouds.
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rainy
kunyesha (adj)
rainy
rain
mvua (n)
rain
Mvua unanyesha barabarani.
The rain is falling on the street.
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windy
upepo (adj)
windy
Kuna upepo nje.
It's windy outside.
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sun
jua (n)
sun
Jua la mchana.
midday sun
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March
Machi (n)
March
Machi ndipo mnapoanza msimu wa chipukizi katika sehemu ya Kaskazini mwa dunia na msimu wa pukutisha katika sehemu ya Kusini
March marks the start of Spring in the northen hemisphere and fall in the southern hemisphere.
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be born
kuzaliwa
be born
Nilizaliwa mwaka wa 1980.
I was born in 1980.
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picnic
mandari (n)
picnic
rain
nyesha (v)
rain
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Friday at 2:57 pm
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Tuesday at 3:52 am
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JAMBO Amos,
Mvua is a noun which means “rain” while nyesha is a verb meaning “to rain”. A sample sentence is: Mvua inanyesha sasa hivi. “The rain is raining right now.”

Joshua
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AMOS MONICA
Tuesday at 9:14 pm
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what is the difference between the two “mvua” and “nyesa” when is it appropriate to use each of these words?