Kuomba kana kuwomba (to roar; make loud sound like a lion) zvinoreva kudzvova kunoita shumba.

  • VaShona vanoti kuwombera maoko (clap the hands) vachireva kurovanisa maoko achirira sezvinodiwa.

Mitauro yeBantuEdit

  • Chewa vanoti kuombera (sound for anyone; to be for sounding; play musical instrument) kureva kuridza. Mamwe mazwi: kuomba ngoma (to beat a drum), kuridza ngoma.
  • VaChewa vanoti kuomba manja (to clap the hands) vachireva kuwombera mawoko. VaFwe vanoti ku-omba (to play an instrument) vachireva kuridza chiridzwa.
  • VaChewa vanoti kuomba (to shake, beat or rattle; to sound a trumpet; blow a horn; ring a bell; beat a drum; clap the hands; to thresh corn) vachireva kuomba.
  • VaChewa vanoti kuomba mfuti (to fire a gun) vachireva kuridza pfuti. VaChewa vanoti kuomba (to fashion, to form, to manufacture) vachireva kuumba.
  • VaLungu vanoti ukuoomba (to work) kureva kushanda. VaMambwe vanoti -wombela (v. work for something or someone), kushandira. Chopi vanoti kuwomba (v. to speak).

Mamwe MazwiEdit

  • VaHerero vanoti posa (to ring; to sound) vachireva saundi.
  • VaHerero vanoti ombosiro kana okuposa (n. sound) vachireva saundi.