1. To be late
2. To float
1. Alewo ne rich.
2. Pat pat olewo e pi.
1. I'm late for work.
2. The slipper is floating in the water.
By SmileySeptember 12, 2019
Tich ariyo an e ofis nyaka saa apar gi achiel, an gi tije mang'eny.
I will be in the office on Tuesday until five o'clock, I have lots of work.
By NyamburkoSeptember 21, 2019
A man could also mean someone's husband.
Omusatsa oyo yayanza emilimo chichie.
That man loves his work.
By MalikaSeptember 30, 2019
Abasirishi abanji balobere okhutsia khumilimo.
Many doctors have refused to go to work.
By MalikaOctober 7, 2019
Complaining in a low tone like murmuring
Buruula butswa mana okhole emilimo.
Just complain but make sure you do the work.
By MalikaOctober 9, 2019
1. Mnaamba ati mu matajiri na muna
chila chitu, hata tamuna mutsowacho!
2. Siyo vinono kunihendera kazi bure ati kpwa
sababu u muwangu.
1. You say, apparently, that you
are rich and you have everything, even that you have no needs!
2. It is not good for you to work for me for nothing, even if you are my nephew.
By SmileyOctober 12, 2019
Mala emilimo chichio bwangu ukalushe ingo.
Finish your work fast and go back home.
By MalikaOctober 13, 2019
andu nwanginya marute wira niguo magie mbia
people must work in order to get money
By CaroleOctober 15, 2019
A word used to describe boys in their youthful age.Omuyia in singular.
Nderera abayia abamaani munane bakhole emilimo chino.
Bring me eight strong boys to do this work.