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buyonheat; warmthKiyo ino.Very hot.8.3.4Hot5.5.5What fires produce

ikalamakalanburning coals or charcoal5.5.6Fuel5.5.5What fires produce

kanyotabunyotanspark, ember, cinder; small burning fragment thrown out by a fireSynkasambukira5.5.5What fires produce

kasambukiravar.kasambukabusambukiransmall particle of liquid or fire thrown off from a surface, having been produced by striking two surfacesSynkanyota1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.2Pour7.3.7.3Spread, smear1.3.2.3Drip4.9.5.6Religious purification5.5.5What fires produce7.5.7Multiple things moving1.1.3.3Rain1.3.3Wet

kuduunyavevaporate, give off a gas, emit a cloud of fine particles, e.g., smokeAmaizi agali oku maiga gatandiikire okuduunya.The water that is on the fire-stove has started steaming.1.3.3.1Dry1.2.3Solid, liquid, gas5.5.5What fires producekuduunyiryavfumigate, fume; cleanse or purify, treat, or drive out of place by exposure to smoke fumes with the aim of disinfecting, eradicating or subduing6.4.6Things done to animals5.5.5What fires producekweduunyiravapply medicine through a steam bath, by way of covering yourself with a steaming herbal medicine under a blanket2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine

kuduunyiryavfumigate, fume; cleanse or purify, treat, or drive out of place by exposure to smoke fumes with the aim of disinfecting, eradicating or subduing6.4.6Things done to animals5.5.5What fires produceder. ofkuduunya

luyiranbush fire, or a place burnt down by a bush fire5.5.4Burn6.2.2.1Clear a field8.3.4Hot5.5.5What fires produce5.5Fire

mandalyandancharcoal; fuel source derived from wood via slow burning5.5.6Fuel5.5.5What fires produce

mbiro1mbironblack soot left on pots and utensils5.5.5What fires produce

muyalensoot grime that hangs on ceilings from smoke5.5.5What fires produce