The word "kidogo" can be an adjective (from -dogo, small) or adverb.
From Wiktionary: https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/kidogo
" Sogea" is strikingly similar to the Zulu word "sondela" with the same meaning
Can somebody explain more about "sogea"? Can't find a lot in the internet and haven't heard that before. When somebody wants me to move out of the way, they usually tell me "songa". Is it just a typo or a different word?
I also thought it was with an n: songea
My dictionary (German-Kiswahili) says sogea is the verb to move and songa is an adverb meaning forward, to the front. I hope this will help you.
I think they've missed the 'n' in 'songa' unless they use a different form in Tz compared to Kenya.
Neno ni songea
There's no "songa" here but the verb "kusogea" = to move.