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b̯ujunaanizib̯wanresponsibility; duty of taking care of and being responsible for s.t.4.7.6.3Fault4.5.3.4Appoint, delegate9.4.3.2Hortativewaab̯ujunaanizib̯wancareful person; s.b. who does his work with maximum care so as to avoid being blamed if s.t. goes wrong6.1.2.2.5Take care of something6.1.2.3.1Careful4.3.6Self-controlled4.3.5.3Reliable4.4.3.4Caution6.1.2.3Work well4.3.1.3.2Sensible3.1.2.1Alert

ki̱gwi̱ri̱bi̱gwi̱ri̱nwrong; s.t. that is not right or correct, i.e., not accurate and with mistakes4.7.3Break the law8.3.7.7.1Wrong, unsuitable4.3.1.1Bad, immoral4.7.6.3Fault3.6.5Correct3.5.1.3True4.3.6.4Mistake

ki̱sob̯u̱bi̱sob̯u̱nwrong; s.t. that is not as it should be and that causes problems or difficulties4.7.3Break the law8.3.7.7.1Wrong, unsuitable4.3.1.1Bad, immoral4.7.6.3Fault4.3.6.4Mistake

kutoolavar.kutoolamukutoolamwovget, remove, eliminate, take away, pick s.t. and take it elsewhere, separating it from others7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.5.1.1Separate, scatter7.3.2.7Take something out of something7.3.2.8Pull7.4.5.2Throw away7.5.2.4Remove, take apart7.4.3Getkutoolahovsubtract; take a number or an amount away from another number or amount8.1.2.3Subtract numberskutoolayo mei̱sovavert your eyes; look away4.4.3.3Avoid3.1.2.4Ignore2.3.1.1Lookkutoolwahovbe exempted, set free from a responsibility; be permitted not to keep on meeting a financial obligation, e.g., tax3.3.4.3Exemptkwetoolahov1Metaphor. disassociate; say or do s.t. to show that you are not connected with or do not support s.b.4.4.2.5Separate, alone4.1.6.2Set self apart4.1.6Disunity9.6.1.6Dissociation2Metaphor. do s.t. in order to avoid being blamed or as a pretext of avoiding being blamed4.4.3.3Avoid4.7.6.3Fault3.5.1.8.1Blame3Metaphor. dodge, avoid s.b. so that you don’t have to help them, deal with them or have a friendly relationship with themSynkwesalaho 24.4.3.3Avoid3.1.2.4Ignore

kwekengavsuffer guilt, feel wrongly accused; feel touched as if it is you who did s.t. wrong that is being condemned4.7.6.2Condemn, find guilty4.7.6.3Fault3.5.1.8Criticize3.5.1.8.1Blame4.7.5.3Accuse, confront

kwekengesereeryavshow guilt; beat around the bush or do unusual things showing exactly that you really have some knowledge about an event4.7.6.2Condemn, find guilty4.7.6.3Fault

kwetoolahov1Metaphor. disassociate; say or do s.t. to show that you are not connected with or do not support s.b.4.4.2.5Separate, alone4.1.6.2Set self apart4.1.6Disunity9.6.1.6Dissociation2Metaphor. do s.t. in order to avoid being blamed or as a pretext of avoiding being blamed4.4.3.3Avoid4.7.6.3Fault3.5.1.8.1Blame3Metaphor. dodge, avoid s.b. so that you don’t have to help them, deal with them or have a friendly relationship with themSynkwesalaho 24.4.3.3Avoid3.1.2.4Ignoreder. ofkutoola

nsobi̱nsobi̱nmistake, fault, error; action or opinion that is not correct or that can lead into danger4.7.3Break the law4.3.1.1Bad, immoral4.7.6.3Fault4.3.6.4Mistake