engore

Related to engore: engorge, reacquainted

engore

(ɪnˈɡɔː)
vb (tr)
1. to pierce or wound
2. to make bloody
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In a way, a name is the ultimate adoption, and as I thought about Nai'posha, which translates to 'the place of rough waters', in the Maasai language, and Nairobi, which is derived from Engore Nyrobi, Maasai for 'place of cold waters'; and Subukia, translated from the Maasai word Isipuku meaning 'hilly land' and on to Nyeri, which derives its name from Nyiro, the Maasai word that translates to dark loam in reference to the soil.