ume'ehu1n1stoneov. synafusa 1bonali2SU ofbwanalibonali2SU ofbwanalibwadagowaunspec. var. ofbwadagowanadakodako1 3gelegele 1mwano11.2.2.2Rock2stones1.2.2.2Rock3stones (embued with power)Habahim, ume'ehu faihona ya abidi. Esa ya libaliba-felen, na habahim ya pei.Then she took three stones. She give words (of power) to one of them, and then she threw it.4.9.4Miracle, supernatural power4.9.8Religious things4boulders5rock6rocksAi ume'ehu piyadi haba ya katino.It will lay its eggs amongst the rocksEna luma mate ume'ehu la'ila'i atipuna yai.His house was inside a big rock.In the Silowa text ume'ehu may mean the solid bedrock of a mountain. This usage is perhaps a bit unusual.1.2.2.2Rock

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