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bitumbukitumbunlivestock; domesticated animals that belong to s.b.6.3.1Domesticated animal

bitungwakitungwanlivestock; domesticated animals that belong to s.b.6.3.1Domesticated animal

ji̱gi̱jamaji̱gi̱jancow; mature female of domestic cattle, bigger than a heifer6.3.1.1Cattle1.6.7Male and female animals6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

kajangumakajanguncat; small domestic carnivore, with soft fur that catches rats6.3.1.6Cat1.6.1.1.2Carnivore6.3.1Domesticated animal

kisolobisolonanimal; living creature that is not a bird, a fish, a reptile, a snake, an insect, a plant or a human being1.6.1.1Mammal1.6.1Types of animals1.6Animalkisolo kidya irungunherbivore; animal that does not eat meat1.6.1Types of animalskisolo kidya nyamancarnivore; animal that does not eat grass1.6.1.1.2Carnivore1.6.1Types of animalskisolo kya kwamu̱gi̱ndomesticated animal such as a goat6.3.1Domesticated animal

kisolo kya kwamu̱gi̱bisolo bya kwamu̱gi̱ndomesticated animal such as a goat6.3.1Domesticated animalder. ofkisolo

konemakonenbullock, steer; animal that has been castrated so that it does not reproduce6.3.1.1Cattle6.3.8.2Castrate animal1.6.7Male and female animals6.3.1Domesticated animal6.3.1.7Beast of burden

kumanyiiravbecome familiar; know or get used to the condition of s.t., s.b. or of a place3.2.3.1Known, unknown4.1.3Know someone6.1.8Experienced3.2.6.2Recognize6.1.8.1Accustomed tokumanyiiranganavbecome familiar with each other; a social act that makes s.b. know the behaviour of s.b. with whom he is working or staying3.2.3.1Known, unknown4.1.3Know someone6.1.8Experienced4.1.7Begin a relationship3.2.6.2Recognize6.1.8.1Accustomed tokumanyiirwavbe familiar with s.b. or s.t.3.2.3.1Known, unknown4.1.3Know someone6.1.8Experienced3.2.6.2Recognize6.1.8.1Accustomed toku̱manyi̱ri̱i̱ryavtame; make s.t. or s.b. know or become familiar with the condition of s.t. or of a placeSynkworoora6.4.6Things done to animals6.3.1Domesticated animal

ku̱manyi̱ri̱i̱ryavtame; make s.t. or s.b. know or become familiar with the condition of s.t. or of a placeSynkworoora6.4.6Things done to animals6.3.1Domesticated animalder. ofkumanyiira

mbaraasimbaraasinhorse; domestic animal that resembles a camel, with thick hair on the neck used for riding on and pulling things6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burden

mbaatambaatanduck; domestic bird that stays on water, with short legs and wide webbed feet with a long wide beak5.2.3.2Food from animals1.6.1.2Bird6.3.1Domesticated animal

mbu̱li̱mbu̱li̱ngoat; domestic animal, with short horns, and the male is called a Billy6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat

mbwenembwenendog; domestic carnivore having four legs a long tail, strong and sharp teeth trained to protect a home and to hunt wild animals6.3.1.5Dog1.6.1.1.2Carnivore6.3.1Domesticated animalmbwene gidulunmale dog6.3.1.5Dog1.6.1.1.2Carnivore6.3.1Domesticated animal

ngamirangamirandonkey; domestic animal that resembles a camel, with short legs, ears used for moving on or for carrying loadsEquus asinus6.3.1Domesticated animal1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burden

ntentencow, cattle; domestic grass eating animal resembling a buffalo but smaller in size, with smaller horns than those of buffalo, kept mainly for milk and meat6.3.1.1Cattle6.3.1Domesticated animal6.3.1.7Beast of burden

sekokomasekokoLugandanturkey; large domestic bird, with a small red head, long legs, with a thin long swinging comb and that makes itself swollen in case there is danger5.2.3.2Food from animals1.6.1.2Bird6.3.1Domesticated animal6.3.6Poultry raising6.3.6.1Chicken