address

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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] andiko
[Swahili Plural] maandiko
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] anwani
[Swahili Plural] awani
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Swahili Definition] maelezo ya mahali aishapo au mahali pa posta ambapo huenda kupata barua zake [Masomo, 73]
[English Example] address a letter
[Swahili Example] andika address ya barua; anwani ya mwandikiwa huandikwa juu ya bahasha [Masomo, 73]
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] hotuba
[Swahili Plural] hotuba
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] hutuba
[Part of Speech] noun
[Dialect] recent
[Derived Word] hutubu
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] msemo
[Swahili Plural] misemo
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] sema
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] mwandiko
[Swahili Plural] miandiko
[Part of Speech] noun
[Derived Word] andika V
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] usemi
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] -hutubia
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] hatiba, hutuba
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] -semea
[Part of Speech] verb
[Class] applicative
[English Example] Sidi addressed him/her near the ear by mumbling.
[Swahili Example] Idi alimsemea karibu na sikio kwa sauti ya kunong'ona [Sul], unanisemea mambo ya magari [Ma]
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[English Word] address
[Swahili Word] -tatua
[Part of Speech] verb
[English Example] to address the needs of the people of this area
[Swahili Example] kutatua mahitaji ya watu wa eneo hili
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[English Word] address (said to women)
[Swahili Word] dada
[Swahili Plural] madada
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] give an address
[Swahili Word] -hutubu
[Part of Speech] verb
[Derived Word] Arabic
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[English Word] polite term of address toward an older person
[English Plural] polite term of address toward older people
[Swahili Word] mjomba
[Swahili Plural] wajomba
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 1/2
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[English Word] term of address used between brother and sister
[Swahili Word] dumbu
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] term of address used between brother and sister
[Swahili Word] umbu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Dialect] archaic
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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