kukwata₁v. 1touch, handle, hold; place a hand on s.t. or to have s.t. in your handsSyn:kugaza. [], [7.3.4Handle something], [], [ from moving] 2catch; seize so as to bring under control by tying with a rope[6.4.2Trap], [], [, capture], [6.4.6Things done to animals], [ from moving] 3catch up with; reach s.b. who has been ahead of you[ quickly], [7.2.6Pursue], [], [, capture], [ past, over, through] 4arrest; take s.b. into custody due to them committing a crime[], [], [7.2.6Pursue], [, capture] 5set broken bones; tie a stick around a broken bone or press an injured part of the body using the leaves of a certain tropical tree[7.5.2Join, attach], [2.5.7Treat disease], [ medicine] 6memorise[], [3.2.6Remember] 7receive; take or accept s.t. that you have been given or have boughtSyn:kufuna, kutunga. [7.4.3Get], [7.4.2Receive] 8pay a deposit[], []

kukwata mu ngaluv. shake hands[], [ farewell], [ with someone]
kukwataganav. be congested; squeezed closely together[], [], [ in], [8.1.8Full], [ in, stuck]
kukwatanganav. 1• compete; struggle with s.b. in a fight, contest, etc.Syn:ku̱nyeega, kusimbiranwa. [], [4.8.2Fight], [ with], [] 2• touch each other[, contact] 3• be in accord[], [], [4.1.5Unity], [ to do something], [ with someone]
ku̱kwati̱syav. cause s.t. or s.b. to get caught[], [], [6.4.2Trap], [], [ of war], [ something], [, capture], [6.4.6Things done to animals], [ from moving]