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Sentence :

bakiti
bakiti, form of a verb
kokita, regular construction (root : kit) (class 15 : ko- (verbs))
to land, to come down

kokitisa
(to send down) to lower, to calm

komikitisa
to bow, to submit, to belittle, to lower oneself

kokitana
to follow [one another], to succeed
to inherit
see also : kosunda, komata
derived words : mokitani, mokitano
item 6 examples (bandakisa motóbá) ...
Mpepo ekiti.
The plane lands.
kitisa talo.
lower the price.
Kitisa maboko na nse.
Put your hands down.
asengi ngai nakitisa makolo na kiti.
He asks me to get the feet down from the chair.
kokita nanu te. zela mukie.
Don't come down yet. Wait a bit.
tango akitaka, akitaka na nkembo, abongolaka nioso, apesaka makasi, asekwisaka nioso. © Moïse Mbiye - Tango na Ye
When He descends, He descends in glory, He changes everything, He gives power, He resurrects everything.
plural of "kíti", "kíti"
kíti, pl. bakiti (class 1a/2 : - / ba-)
chair, seat
tags :
item 4 examples (bandakisa mínei) ...
asengi ngai nakitisa makolo na kiti.
He asks me to get the feet down from the chair.
bana bavandaki na mabele mpo na bakiti ezalaki te. source: Espérance-François Ngayibata Bulayumi, Mosuni
The children sat on the ground because there were no chairs.
komema kiti na yo awa te
Don't bring your chair here.
bozui bakiti ya noko na ngai
You took the chairs of my uncle.
other words with the tag 'furniture' : biló, etándáka, kíti, mbéto, mesa, biró, biró
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