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iganamagananherd; gathering of animals that are together6.3.2Tend herds in fields1.6.6Animal group

i̱li̱i̱si̱i̱ryomali̱i̱si̱i̱ryongrazing land; place in which domestic animals are taken care of6.3.2Tend herds in fields1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert6.3Animal husbandry1.6.4.2Animal eating

kibbookovar.lubbookobibbookoncane, whip, lash; long thin piece of wood, metal, or leather used for punishing people or making animals move, or the act of using such a punishment toolSynkijwatulujunju6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

kijwatubijwatuncane, whip, lash; long thin piece of wood, metal, or leather used for punishing people or making animals moveSynkibbookolujunju6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

kikondobikondonstick; club that a herdsman uses to direct animals6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.7.1.1Poking tool1.5.5Parts of a plant

kudya1veat; put food in the mouth, chew it and swallow it5.2.2Eatbya kudiiramuncutlery; eating utensils5.2.2.8Eating utensilkudiiranavshare meals; give food to s.b. with whom you are working or staying6.8.3Share wealth4.3.4.5Share with5.2.1.5Serve foodkudya mu̱nanghu̱veat poorly; eat and remain unsatisfied5.2.2Eat5.2.2.6Satiated, full2.5.2.1Malnutrition, starvationku̱di̱i̱syavfeed; give s.b. food to eat or to help him to eat5.2.2Eat6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.3Animal husbandry2.6.4.1.1Care for a babyku̱di̱i̱sya mu̱twevIdiom. be a problem to s.b. because you either hardly understand or hardly respond to what you have been asked to do6.1.2.4.2Lazy4.5.4.2Disobey4.8.2Fight4.8.1.1Oppose4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.2.4.1Misunderstand

kuharavwhip; hit s.b. or an animal hard with a long thin piece of stick, rope or leather, etc., as a punishment or to make them go faster or work harderSynkujwatakukaalulakuroopakuswanyura6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

kujwatavwhip; hit s.b. or an animal hard with a long thin piece of stick, rope or leather, etc., as a punishment or to make them go faster or work harderSynkuharakukaalulakuroopakuswanyura6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

kuroopavwhip; hit s.b. or an animal hard with a long thin piece of stick, rope or leather, etc., as a punishment or to make them go faster or work harderSynkuharakujwatakukaalulakuswanyura6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

kusetula ntevtake cattle to water6.3.2Tend herds in fieldsder. ofkusetuka

kuswanyuravwhip; hit s.b. or an animal hard with a long thin piece of stick, rope or leather, etc., as a punishment or to make them go faster or work harderSynkuharakujwatakukaalulakuroopa6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

ku̱li̱i̱syavgraze, herd; take care of animals eating in range land6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.3Animal husbandry1.6.4.2Animal eating

lujunjunjunjuncane, whip, lash; long thin piece of wood, metal, or leather used for punishing people or making animals move, or the act of using such a punishment toolSynkibbookokijwatu6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.2.2Plow a field4.7.7Punish4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot4.5.3.3Discipline, train

muhumabahumanherdsman; s.b. whose work is grazing or looking after cattleSynmu̱li̱i̱sya16.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.7Farm worker

mu̱li̱i̱sya1bali̱i̱syanshepherd, herdsman; s.b. who has the responsibility of feeding domestic animalsSynmuhuma6.3.2Tend herds in fields6.2.7Farm worker