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Sentence :

elumbi
elumbi, form of a verb
kolumba, regular construction (root : lumb) (class 15 : ko- (verbs))
to stink
to smell (to give off an odor, e.g. to smell bad)
to exhale (an odor)
derived words : elumbi
item 3 examples (bandakisa mísáto) ...
kolumba monoko solo eza maladi to te ?
Is stinky mouth an in sickness or not ?
Monoko ya mobange, elumbaka solo, kasi elobaka makambo ya lokuta te. soki okimi solo wana, okoyeba makambo te. Proverb/expression (don't translate litteraly)
The mouth of the elderly, it smells foul, but doesn't tell lies. If you avoid this smell, you will not know the affairs.
monoko ya mokolo elumbaka solo, kasi elobaka maloba ya solo Proverb/expression (don't translate litteraly)
The mouth of the elderly smells bad, but the words are true.
elumbi, pl. bilumbi (class 7/8 : e- / bi-)
stank
bad smell
derived from : kolumba
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