beginning

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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] asili
[Swahili Plural] asili
[Part of Speech] noun
[Note] Cf. asilia
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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] auwali
[Swahili Plural] auwali
[Part of Speech] noun
[English Example] from beginnning to end; take the first or nothing (proverb)
[Swahili Example] tangu beginning hata aheri; beginning ni beginning, hakuna beginning mbovu
[Note] also: awali
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[English Word] beginning
[English Plural] beginnings
[Swahili Word] awali
[Swahili Plural] awali
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Swahili Definition] mwanzo
[English Example] from beginnning to end; take the first or nothing (proverb)
[Swahili Example] tangu beginning hata aheri; beginning ni beginning, hakuna beginning mbovu
[Note] also: auwali
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[English Word] beginning
[English Plural] beginnings
[Swahili Word] chanzo
[Swahili Plural] vyanzo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7/8
[Derived Language] Swahili
[Derived Word] anza
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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] chimbuko
[Swahili Plural] machimbuko
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] beginning
[English Plural] beginnings
[Swahili Word] kianzio
[Swahili Plural] vianzio
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 7/8
[Derived Language] Swahili
[Derived Word] -anza
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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] mwanzo
[Swahili Plural] mianzo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 3/4
[Derived Word] anza V
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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] uanzishaji
[Part of Speech] noun
[Swahili Example] uanzishaji wa masomo ya mila katika shule za msingi ni bora kwa kuhifadhi historia za watu
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[English Word] beginning
[Swahili Word] ufuo
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] from the beginning
[Swahili Word] asili
[Part of Speech] adverb
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[English Word] from the beginning of time
[Swahili Word] tangu na tangu
[Part of Speech] phrase
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[English Word] in the beginning
[Swahili Word] -auwali
[Part of Speech] adjective
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[English Word] in the beginning
[Swahili Word] awali
[Part of Speech] adverb
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[English Word] in the beginning
[Swahili Word] kwanza
[Part of Speech] adverb
[Derived Language] Swahili
[Derived Word] anza
[English Example] I didn't like him at first, but later we became friends
[Swahili Example] sikumpenda kwanza, lakini baadaye tulirafikiana
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[English Word] without beginning
[Swahili Word] azali
[Part of Speech] adjective
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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