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amabbenrebellious attitudeOmwana gaguuye amabbe saatina musomero.The child became rebellious and didn’t go to school.4.5.4.2Disobey4.8.2Fight4.8.1.1Oppose4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn3.5.1.6.2Quarrel4.8Conflictohugwa amabbevIdiom. act rebelliously4.5.4.2Disobey4.8.2Fight4.8.1.1Oppose4.5.4.6Rebel against authority3.3.1.7Stubborn3.5.1.6.2Quarrel4.8Conflict
amacalacalanfat, floating on hot soup6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.4Prepared food
amadabaasinTaboo. buttocks; bifurcation of the human bodyEpale yeŋambiiye mu madabaasi.The trousers are stuck between the buttocks.8.6.2.1Bottom2.1.2Torso
amadangansquint; condition of the human eyes that makes both of them not focus on same spot2.5.4.2Poor eyesight
amadebedeedebedenfat rolls; folded skin due to the fat under it8.2.3.2Fat person8.2Big2.4Body condition
amadirikinyoedirikinyondecorations; things used in adornment8.3.8Decorated5.4Adornment2.3.1.8Appearance5.1.2Household decoration2.3.1.8.1Beautiful
amadosinmud; soil softened by waterMu mugaduho amadosi gaba mangi.There is a lot of mud after rainfall.1.2.2.1Soil, dirt6.5.3Building materials
amadumbuuhinmurky water; water that it is stirred and the particles in it rise1.3.6Water quality1.3Water
amaduudu ni gembaadvIdiom. time just before dawn when the white-browed caucal sing and when the cocks crow8.4.1.2.3Time of the day
amafaafavar.amafafaefaafanWandering Dew; plant with a stem trailing along the ground, commonly regarded as a weed among crops. It has blue flowers. Its leaves are used as sauce and its roots are believed to cure venereal diseases and menstruation problemssp. Commelina africana, fam. Cmmelinaceae1.5.3Grass, herb, vine5.2.3.1.4Food from leaves2.5.7.3Medicinal plants
amafenjindried up ripe bananas1.3.3.1Dry8.3.7.8.4Preserve5.2.3.4Prepared food
amafuginblood; red liquid that is sent around the body of a vertebrate by the heart that carries nutrients and oxygen to the tissues and removes wastes and carbon dioxide from themAmafugi gaŋamba ganafuŋiwaho epuuji.Blood clots when exposed to the wind.Amafugi goosi gaba mu byomuhida byʼesolo.Blood is also found in the internal organs of animals.2.2.5Bleed, bloodohugeesya amafugivcirculate; take blood to all parts of the body2.1.8.1Heartohunywerana amafugivIdiom. make a blood friendship4.1.1Friend
amafuhankneeling postureHiraga buwombefu ohuhubba amafuha nʼolomba Hibumbe.It is a sign of politeness to kneel when praying to God.7.1.4Kneelohugwa amafuhavIdiom. request forgiveness4.8.4.6.1Request forgiveness
amafunihironbanana leaves; banana leaves that have previously been used for covering food in a cooking pan7.3.7Cover6.2.1.4.2Growing bananas5.2.1.3Cooking utensil
amafutan1oil; mineral drilled from the ground and from which petrol and diesel for driving engines are distilledAmafuta gagagaŋahiise amawanga amaŋalabbu.Oil has made the Arab countries rich.6.6.2.6Working with oil and gas1.2.2.4Mineral1.2.3.2Oil5.5.6Fuel2fuel; fuel such as petrol, diesel, kerosene and motor-oilAmafuta galimo ebiha ebyʼohwadusa nʼohunyiiyira.There is a type of oil for burning,and another one for cooking.Juha amafuta gʼetaala hukwi omuliro gunaduhe mangu.Pour paraffin on firewood and the fire will light quickly.5.5.6Fuel3fat, cooking fat; tallowEbisolo ebiŋwamo amafuta biri: eŋombe, embusi nʼetaama.The animals that provide fats are: cows, goats and sheep.6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil4ghee, cow butter; one of the by-products of milkOmuzigo gwʼeŋombe guŋunyisa bulaŋi emere.Ghee from the cows makes food smell nicely.5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil5.2.3.2.2Milk products5body cream5.4.5Anoint the body5.4.2Cosmetics6chrism, sacramental oil; fluid poured on s.b. when anointingOmuutu nʼabatisiwa bamuŋaha omuzigo.A person is anointed with chrism.4.9.5.8Dedicate to religious use1.2.3.2Oil
amafuujanfreshly-boiled ground nuts that are steamed unshelled5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds
amagabanianclotted floating fat in soupAmagania onagabitirisa ohugalya gahulwasa amagejo.If you eat much fatty soup you can suffer from obesity.6.3.7Animal products1.2.3.2Oil5.2.3.4Prepared food
amagadinsoda ash; salt that quickly softens sauce or meat when cookingsp. Sodium-bicarbonate ash5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients1.2.2.4Mineral5.2.3.3.2Salt
amagala1ntype of face with a receding hairline2.1.5Hair
amagala2egalangrain; heads of millet or sorghum before threshing to remove the grainsObule bwʼe Teso bubaaho amagala mabbala.Millet from Teso bears thick heads.5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds6.2.1.1Growing grain6.2.6.3Thresh6.2.6.4Store the harvest
amagalagambwanscales; thin, flat, horny plates forming the covering of certain animals like snakes, lizards and fish1.6.2.2Parts of a reptile1.6.2.3Parts of a fish
amagalubindinspectacles; glasses worn to assist the eyes in seeingAtayeeho egalubindi kogasobola ohuta ewuzi mu pisyo.He put on eye glasses before he could thread the needle.2.5.4.2Poor eyesight2.3.1.9Something used to see
amaganganrheum; discharge from the eyes that appears after sleep5.7.3Wake up2.1.1.1Eye
amagaabulinwhite ants that swarm in the evenings in the month of August whose nest is underground1.6.1.7Insect
amagaananonroad junction, intersection, crossroads; place where roads from different directions meet6.5.4.1Road