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bbu̱u̱ri̱mabbu̱u̱ri̱nbushbuck; wild animal with hindquarters slightly high, bush tail and straight hornsTragelaphus scriptus1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

bbwoyamabbwoyansteinbok; small wild even-toed hoofed animal, brown, short straight horns, long legs, higher at the hindquarters than at the fore, black nose and white under parts of the mouth and inside of earsRaphicerus campestris1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

hugumamahugumanmature female goat beyond the size of a goat that is just ready to fertilise1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat

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

kiboneirembobiboneirembongoat that is given to the go-between (matchmaker) after a girl and a boy have got married1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat2.6.1Marriage

ki̱i̱tabi̱i̱tanthing, substance, object; s.t. that you mention without using the nameSynkintu9.1.3Thing8.3.6Made of, material9.1.3.1Physical, non-physical9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns1.2.2Substance, matterki̱i̱ta lugandangoat fine; goat that is given as a pretext to cancelling a clan relationship, so that a traditional marriage can proceed2.6.1.1Arrange a marriage1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat4.7.7.2Fine

ki̱i̱ta lugandabi̱i̱ta lugandangoat fine; goat that is given as a pretext to cancelling a clan relationship, so that a traditional marriage can proceed2.6.1.1Arrange a marriage1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat4.7.7.2Fineder. ofki̱i̱ta

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

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

mparaakimparaakinUganda kob; wild animal with the white under parts, a black tail and curved horns like a letter ‘S’Kobus kob1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

mpaayampaayanmale goat old enough to fertilise1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goat

mpetampetanCape buffalo; wild grass eating animal resembling a cow but bigger and with larger horns usually with a black skinSyncerus caffer1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

mpunumpununpig; quick growing, heavy eating animal with a broad nose, short curly tail, short legs and a somewhat short frame, found both in the wild and domesticated1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.4Pig

mu̱nsi̱hi̱mi̱nsi̱hi̱nKirk’s dik-dik; small wild animal with short horns greyish brown and with dark eyesMadoqua kirkii1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

mwanabaananchild; young human being below 18 years who is not yet an adult2.6.4.2Childmwana atadoori̱npremature baby2.6.4.1Baby2.6.3.6Unusual birthmwana atali na babyeru̱norphan; s.b. who has lost one or both parentsSynnfuuzi4.1.9.4Orphanmwana gwa mbu̱li̱nyoung goat that is not yet ready to fertilize or to conceive1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goatmwana gwa mbwenenpuppy; young dog that is not yet ready to fertilize or to conceive6.3.1.5Dog1.6.3Animal life cyclemwana gwa mpununpiglet; young pig that is not yet ready to fertilise or to conceive6.3.1.4Pigmwana gwa ntaamanlamb; young sheep that is not yet ready to fertilize or to conceive6.3.1.2Sheepmwana kicuucurunolder toddler; child who is slightly grown learning to talk2.6.4.1Baby2.6.4.2Child4.1.2Types of peoplemwana mukerenbaby; young child that is still sucklingSynnkerembe2.6.4.1Babymwana mutonchild up to 7 years; s.b. who has not yet attained adolescent age2.6.4.2Childmwana mutwekenillegitimate child; offspring who has been produced outside a marriage relationshipSynkitwekerano4.1.9.5Illegitimate child

mwana gwa mbu̱li̱baana ba mbu̱li̱nyoung goat that is not yet ready to fertilize or to conceive1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.3Goatder. ofmwana

ngabi̱ngabi̱nbushbuck; wild animal with twisted horns that are found on males onlyTragelaphus spekei1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

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

ngi̱ri̱ngi̱ri̱nwarthog; wild animal resembling a pig that has some of its teeth exposed outside the mouthphacochoerusgiri1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

ngu̱gu̱ngu̱gu̱nhippopotamus; wild grass eating animal with short stout legs, a heavy somewhat fat frame, small short tail, big head, a huge jaw, a hairless skin, and which rests in water during a day timeHippopotamus amphibius1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

njebenjebenDefassa waterbuck; wild animal, with a shaggy coat, white buttocks, black legs, large ears white inside, white lips and the male has ringed curved hornsKobus ellipsiprymnus defassa1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

nkai̱nankai̱nancamel; domestic animal with a long neck, one or two humps used in desert countries for moving on or for carrying goods1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals6.3.1.7Beast of burden

nsamansamanwaterbuck; wild animal with black legs, large white ears and the male one has twisted horns curved upwardsKobus ellipppsiprymnus1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals

ntaamantaamansheep; domestic grass-eating animal with an enlarged tail that makes a bbaa-bbaa-bbaa sound5.2.3.2Food from animals6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animalsntaama gidulunram; adult male sheep6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.7Male and female animalsntaama gi̱kali̱newe; adult female sheep6.3.1.2Sheep1.6.7Male and female animals

ntulegentulegenzebra; wild animal that resembles a horse and with black and white stripes all along its bodyEquus quagga1.6.1.1.3Hoofed animals
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