• -fite /fîte/ v bullet_arrow_right to have  (Defective verb, supplemented by kugira)
    • mfite ikibazo - I have a problem
    • dufite abana babiri - we have two children
  • -fitira (-ye) v bullet_arrow_right to have for , from -fite
    • ni uwuhe mugambi Imana ifitiye isi? - what kind of plan does God have for the earth?
  • -gamije v bullet_arrow_right to be for the purpose of
  • -kwiriye v bullet_arrow_right 1. to be worthy, be deserving 2. to be suited, fitting 3. to be enough, be sufficient 4. to spread, scatter , from gukwira
    • Yesu akwiriye ishimwe - Jesus deserves praise
    • izo nkweto zarankwiriye - those shoes fit me
    • amafaranga arakwiriye - the money is enough
    • amakuru yakwiriye - the news has spread
  • -ri v bullet_arrow_right to be  (Defective verb, supplemented by kuba)
    • ndi umwarimu - I am a teacher
    • uri mwiza - you are nice
    • abana bari hanze - the children are outside
  • -ruzi v bullet_arrow_right to see, notice  (Defective verb, supplemented by kubona)
  • -tazwi v bullet_arrow_right to be unknown, anonymous  (Defective verb, supplemented by kutamenywa), from -zi
  • -ti v bullet_arrow_right to be saying, have said  (Defective verb, supplemented by kuvuga)
    • Yesu ati "isi narayitsinze" - Jesus said "I have overcome the world"
    • uti iki? - what did you say?
  • -zi /^-zi/ v bullet_arrow_right to know  (Defective verb, supplemented by kumenya)
    • azi ikinyarwanda cyinshi - he knows a lot of Kinyarwanda
    • ikinyarwanda urakizi - you know Kinyarwanda
  • -ziye /^-ziye/ v bullet_arrow_right to know for  (Defective verb, supplemented by kumenyera), from -zi
    • urambaza ibintu wiyiziye - you are asking me things you already know yourself
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