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b̯u̱li̱mbanfishing activity6.4.5Fishing

b̯u̱lobi̱nfishing; activity of fishing6.4.5Fishing

gu̱bbamagu̱bbanfishing method that involves using nets beginning from nine ply to sixty and from eight inch to forty-eight that catch such fish types as Nile perch, Yellowfish etc.6.4.5.1Fish with net6.4.5Fishing

ilobomalobonhook; metal with a pointed curved end used as a trap for catching fish6.4.5.2Fish with hooks6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment

kitimbabitimban1fishing net; trap with spaces in between that is woven from nylon threads used for catching fish in water6.4.5.1Fish with net6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment2scouring pad; sponge-like material used for bathing or cleaning that is woven from nylon threads5.6.3Wash dishes5.6Cleaning5.6.6Wipe, erasekatimba ka wayanchain link, wire netting fence; thin pieces of wire woven like a net used for making a fence6.5.1.5Fence, wall6.5.1.4Yard

kokotamakokotanbeach seine net; pulling net used in fishing that has a sack at the end6.4.5.1Fish with net6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment

kugazav1touch; put your hands or fingers onto s.b. or s.t.Synkukwata1 17.3.4Handle something2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch2fish with fishing gear that is in the shape of a basket6.4.5Fishingkugaza-gazavpat; keep on putting a hand onto s.t.Synkukwata-kwataku̱ti̱ga-ti̱ga7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch3.5.6.1Gesture4.1.8Show affection7.3.4.1Touch

kujaakav1pull; hold s.t. firmly and use force in order to move it or try to move it towards yourselfSynkusika 17.3Move something7.3.2.8Pull2fish with a hook6.4.5.2Fish with hooks6.4.5Fishing

kulobavfish; catch or try to catch fish in a lake, river, etc.6.4.5Fishing

kusikav1pull; hold s.t. firmly and use force to move it towards yourselfSynkujaaka 17.3Move something7.3.2.8Pull2stretchSynkunuula8.3.1.9Stretch3fish using a beach seine net6.4.5Fishing4Metaphor. recover a girl; when parents retrieve their daughter from a man who had eloped with her4.4.4.4Save from trouble2.6.1Marriage5absorb; take in a liquid from the surface or space aroundSynkunywa 2kwi̱ngi̱i̱rya 37.3.2.7Take something out of something1.3.3Wetkusika meezi̱vdrain; empty a liquid1.3.2Movement of water6.6.7.1Plumber7.3.2.7Take something out of something6.6.7Working with water5.6Cleaning8.1.8.1Emptykwesika1vbe able to stretch; be able to become longer, wider or looser, e.g. while pulledSynkwenuula8.3.1.9Stretch

kusinda1vfish using hooks, esp. Alestes fish6.4.5.2Fish with hooks6.4.5Fishing

ku̱hetyavfish in flowing water, e.g., the Nile river, with a net leaving it to be moved by the water6.4.5Fishing

ku̱ru̱ku̱ru̱maku̱ru̱ku̱ru̱nfishing method that catches Tilapia and is carried out just as the beach-sein is done6.4.5.1Fish with net6.4.5Fishing

mabbu̱u̱ni̱nfish overnight; where you spend a night in the water and return the following morning6.4.5Fishing

mugazamigazanfishing trap that is woven like a basket with the shape of a cone6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment

munjangaminjanganthrowing net that is woven like a beach-sein net with attached weights that has a string that the thrower ties around his wrist and then throws6.4.5.1Fish with net6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment

murambamirambanthin flat piece of sun-dried fish1.6.1.5Fish6.4.5Fishing

mutonomitononpayment for using a canoe; agreed upon amount of fish given to the owner of a canoe by the other users6.8.4.5Pay6.4.5Fishing

mu̱goni̱mi̱goni̱nfish trap that is woven from wires having a shape of a basket net6.4.5Fishing6.4.5.3Fishing equipment

mu̱li̱mbabali̱mbanfisherman; s.b. whose job is fishing6.4.5Fishing
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