Insects n Amphibians

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Insects

In Swahili, most insects are referred to in plural form, thus same term applies for one or many

Insect(s)

 

(s) mdudu/kidudu

(p) vidudu

Ant(s)

siafu01.JPG (6257 bytes)

Siafu

Bee(s)

nyuki01.JPG (7619 bytes)

Nyuki

Butterfly

kipepeo01.JPG (11115 bytes)

Kipepeo

Cockroache(s)

mende01.JPG (6671 bytes)

Mende

Dragonfly kerengede01.JPG (6610 bytes) Kereng'ede

Fly/flies

nzi01.JPG (7224 bytes)

Nzi or nnzi

Grass hopper

panzi01.JPG (5296 bytes)

Panzi

Locust

 

Senene

Mosquitoe(s)

 

Mbu

Praying mentis

vunjajungu01.JPG (7218 bytes)

Mvunja jungu

Scorpion

nge01.JPG (6455 bytes)

Nge

Spider(s)

buibui01.JPG (7067 bytes)

Buibui

Termite(s)

 

Mchwa

 


Amphibians

Frog chura01.JPG (7825 bytes) Chura

 

 

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