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mi̱si̱ndendash; way of moving whereby s.b. or s.t. runs very fast over a short distance7.2.1.2Move quickly7.2.1.1.1Runder. ofmu̱si̱nde
mi̱tami̱taEnglishnmetre; measurement of length8.2.2Long8.2.8Measure
mmakammakansilt-laden water brought by the Nile river into lake Albert at the Nile delta1.3.1.1Ocean, lake1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1.3River1.3.1Bodies of water
mmaliirammaliiran1end, finish, destination; end point of s.t.Synnkangu8.4.6.1.2Stop something8.5Location8.4.5.1.4Last9.5.1.6Spatial location of an event8.5.3Be at a place6.1.2.3.5Complete, finish8.4.6.1.3End8.5.4.1Vicinity7.2.3Move toward something2brief statement that presents the main points in a concise form3.5.1.2.7Summarizemmaliira gya sabbi̱i̱ti̱nweekend8.4.1.8Special days8.4.1.3Week8.4.1.3.1Days of the week
mmaliira gya sabbi̱i̱ti̱mmaliira za sabbi̱i̱ti̱nweekend8.4.1.8Special days8.4.1.3Week8.4.1.3.1Days of the weekder. ofmmaliira
mmasi̱mmasi̱nsmall fish sp. with very small scales, a short mouth, and a very thin tail fin1.6.1.5Fish
mmesemmesenrat; small wild animal that gnaws, that likes staying in houses destroying food1.6.1.1.4Rodent
mmeeinterjIdiophone. cry of a goat9.2.8Idiophones6.3.1.3Goat1.6.4.3Animal sounds
mmundammundancalmness; state of the lake being calm1.3.2.5Calm, rough
motokamamotokaEnglishnmotorcar, truck; road vehicle, driven by an engine with at least four wheels that is driven using a steering wheel to control the direction7.2.4.1.1Vehicle
mpaka1mpakan1argument, quarrel; discussion in which two or more people angrily disagreeSynnkaayane3.5.1.3.3Contradict3.2.5.4.1Disagree4.8.1.1Oppose4.1.6Disunity3.5.1.6.2Quarrel3.5.1.6Debate2competition; event in which people compete with each other to find out who is the best at s.t.4.2.6.2Sports4.8.2Fight4.3.4.3.1Compete withkubamba mpakavIdiom. argue; exchange words with s.b. with each disagreeing to what the other is saying3.5.1.3.3Contradict3.2.5.4.1Disagree4.8.1.1Oppose4.1.6Disunity3.5.1.6.2Quarrel3.5.1.6Debatewampakanargumentative person; s.b. who stubbornly protests even the truth3.5.1.3.3Contradict3.2.5.4.1Disagree4.8.1.1Oppose4.1.6Disunity3.5.1.6.2Quarrel3.5.1.6Debate
mpaka2advuntilSynku̱doosya2kutuusa8.4.6.1.4Until
mpali̱mpali̱n1trousers, shorts, pants; garment for men that is worn on the lower parts of the body either long or short5.3.1Men's clothing2women’s pants5.3.2Women's clothing
mpalumpalunjavelin; long thin stick that is thrown at s.t. or s.b.4.2.6.2Sports4.8.3.7Weapon, shoot
mpampumpampunhandclap3.4.1.4.1Excited3.5.1.4.1Call3.4.1.1.8Pleased with3.4.1.1.7Happy for3.2.5.9Approve of something2.3.2.3Types of sounds
mpandampandangrowth; way in which s.t. grows1.5.6Growth of plants2.6.4.6Grow, get bigger
mpandiikampandiikanwriting3.5.3.2Information3.5.7.2Written material3.5.7.5Record
mpangampanganrooster, cock; male chicken that crowsSynkokolooki̱1.6.7Male and female animals1.6.1.2Bird6.3.6Poultry raising6.3.6.1Chicken
mparamukyenubamparamukyenunshameless person; s.b. who does not feel any shame, who does not care or listen to what others thinkSynmu̱hwe wa nsoni̱4.3.6.1Lack self-control3.4.2.2.1Ashamed
mparani̱mparani̱nconflict; disagreement or hatred between or among people, countries, etc.4.8.1Hostility4.8.2Fight4.3.3.1Hate, ill will4.3.1.5.2Bad-tempered4.8.3War4.1.6Disunity3.5.1.6.2Quarrel4.1.6.1Unfriendly4.8Conflict
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
mpasampasanaxe; tool with a heavy metal blade in which is fixed a wooden handle that is used for splitting wood, cutting trees, etc.6.6.3.1Lumbering6.6.3Working with wood6.7.1Cutting tool
mpaabampaanpaternal aunt; father’s sister4.1.9.1.6Uncle, aunt
mpaakumpaakunpetty name; one of a set of twelve secondary names given to s.b.9.7.1.1Personal names9.7.1.6Nickname9.7.1.7Terms of endearment