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bibembenleprosy; infectious disease that causes painful white areas on the skin and can destroy nerves and fleshSynbihaga2.5.2.2Skin disease

bi̱hi̱mbaki̱hi̱mbaRunyoronbean; seed of a creeping plant that bears fruit of different colours, e.g., khaki, red, white, etc. that is eaten as sauceSynbirangwa5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables1.5.3Grass, herb, vine6.2.1Growing crops1.5.5Parts of a plant

bi̱kwetenlocally brewed beer5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drinkbi̱kwete bi̱sengeejenbrew made from maize flour that is fermented, mingled or made from fermented cassava, pounded into flour and mingled like posho then yeast added5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drinkbi̱kwete bya meezi̱nbrew made from cassava that is fermented, dried and pounded into powdery form then mingled like posho after it has cooled and yeast added5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drink

bi̱kwete bi̱sengeejenbrew made from maize flour that is fermented, mingled or made from fermented cassava, pounded into flour and mingled like posho then yeast added5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drinkder. ofbi̱kwete

bi̱kwete bya meezi̱nbrew made from cassava that is fermented, dried and pounded into powdery form then mingled like posho after it has cooled and yeast added5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drinkder. ofbi̱kwete

biragizonbeer; locally made alcoholic drink fermented from posho and yeast5.2.3.7Alcoholic beverage5.2.3.6Beverage5.2.2.7Drink

birangwakirangwanbeans; seeds from a climbing plant, from which the husks have been removed, that is eaten as sauceSynbi̱hi̱mba5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1.3Food from vegetables1.5.3Grass, herb, vine6.2.1Growing crops1.5.5Parts of a plant

bisasala bya b̯uhookikisasala kya b̯uhookinbeeswax6.4.4Beekeepingder. ofbisasala

bitwanteindrool, slobber, dribble, frothing at the mouth; saliva that comes out abnormally, e.g., the kind of saliva that s.b. suffering from epilepsy produces2.2.3Spit, saliva

b̯ugabenfreedom; ability to do or say what you want without anyone stopping you3.3.4.5Free to do what you want

b̯ugwembegwembenshame; feeling of guilt, embarrassment that s.b. has when he knows that s.t. he has done is wrong or stupidSynnsoni̱3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.4.2.2Sorry3.4.2.2.2Embarrassed

b̯uhoolennaughtiness, disobedience; bad behaviour of not respecting people, not listening to the elderly, not obeying the rules, etc.Synb̯u̱jeemu̱b̯u̱ku̱ngu̱u̱ni̱b̯u̱teegwakati̱gi̱kyejo4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

b̯u̱jeemu̱nrebellion, disobedience; unwillingness to obey rules or to not follow what you have been toldSynb̯uhooleb̯u̱ku̱ngu̱u̱ni̱b̯u̱teegwakati̱gi̱kyejo4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

b̯u̱ku̱ngu̱u̱ni̱ndisobedience; failure to obey what you have just been told due to excessive stubbornnessSynb̯uhooleb̯u̱jeemu̱b̯u̱teegwakati̱gi̱kyejo4.5.4.2Disobey4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn

b̯ulimiriirwanfrugality; not wanting to use s.t. that you have, being economical, not willing to spend on anything, even if it is cheap6.8.2.4Frugal

b̯u̱lu̱ngu̱lu̱ngu̱var.b̯u̱lu̱ngu̱n1space underneath a bedSynb̯udaate8.5.4.4Interval, space8.5.1.3.2Under, below5.1.1.3Bed8.5.4.3Space, room2veranda; platform with an open front and a roof, built onto the side of a house on the ground floor6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.1Wall6.5.2.7Room6.5.1Building

b̯u̱matamaataari̱n1unprincipled behaviour; conduct of s.b. who does not have strong beliefs about what is right and wrongSynb̯untwarwab̯weteekeri̱3.2.1.4Stupid2indecisiveness, vacillation, wavering; state of being unable to make a decision or to do s.t. as quickly as possible9.4.4.6Unsure3.2.5.8Change your mind

b̯umbegan1snooping, sleuthing; act of spying4.8.3.6.5Spy4.7.5.1Investigate a crime2investigation, probe; act of carefully examining the facts of a legal case, etc. to find out how it happened3.2.2.3Evaluate, test3.5.1.5Ask3.2.2.7Willing to learn2.3.1.3Examine4.7.5.1Investigate a crime3.2.2.1Study

b̯u̱myanfungus used in making beer or any alcoholic drink5.2.3.3.4Leaven5.2.3.7.1Alcohol preparation

b̯untwarwavar.b̯unteekwanunprincipled behaviour; conduct of s.b. who does not have strong beliefs about what is right and wrong, who is swept along by the views of anyoneSynb̯u̱matamaataari̱ 1b̯weteekeri̱3.2.1.4Stupid

b̯urungin1goodness, niceness; state of high quality that is acceptable and not bad8.3.7.2Better8.3.7Good8.3Quality2beauty; attractiveness2.6.2.2Attract sexually2.3.1.8.1Beautiful3state of valuableness, preciousness8.3.7.5Important8.3.7.9Value4state of high efficiency6.1.2.8Efficient5advantage; benefit that s.t. gives that is helpful and useful6.1.3.4Advantage