Meaning and translation of khukhwima, a common Luhya word from Bukusu language. Learn origin, meaning, translation, pronunciation and more.
Origin: Lubukusu dialect of Luhya language.
Variations in Lubukusu language:
Variations in Luhya dialects with close or similar meaning: Kusingira (Lulogoli); okhwema (Luwanga);
Similar sounding Bantu words: Kunyima (Swahili, to deny or refuse)
Meaning and translation of khukhwima
- To stand
Nemile enyuma eno. I am standing at the back
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