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nabaŋanyanabaŋanyaneave; downward end part of a roofSynomufugeto6.5.2Parts of a building6.5.2.2Roof
nabaabanabaabangrass sp.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nabaananabaananwomb, uterus; part inside the body where the foetus develops2.1.8.4Female organs2.6.3.2Fetus
nabenabenarmy ant; wingless gregarious red ant that has a similar social set-up like that of bees1.6.1.7Insect
nabendeenenabendeenennickname used to indicate s.b. who is beloved, commonly used when talking about a wifeNabendeene wange atiinire esobere.My dear wife has gone to the well.4.1.9.2.1Husband, wife4.3.3Love9.7.1.7Terms of endearment2.6.1.5Romantic love
nabiduulonabiduulonmushroom that grows on residues left after squeezing juice from ripe bananas1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
nabigwahunabigwahunimpetuous, impulsive person; s.b. who is not cautious in approach4.3.6.1Lack self-control4.3.1.5.1Impatient4.4.3.4Caution
nabigwakunabigwakuns.b. who butts in or interrupts a conversation without formal invitation to participate8.4.7.1Interrupt3.5.1.1.6Speech style
nabisiikunabisiikunTawny-flanked Prinia; small brown bird measuring 11 cm that builds its nest in tall bushessp. Prinia subflava fam. Sylviidae1.6.1.2Bird
nabuhodanabuhodanword used when talking about a beloved person, esp. a womanNabuhoda wuwe amugeene ohutiina mu hinywere.His beloved wife has stopped him from going to the drinking place.4.1.9.2.1Husband, wife4.3.3Love9.7.1.7Terms of endearment2.6.1.5Romantic love
nabuhuuŋwanabuhuuŋwanCassia shrub 2-3m high, fast-growing with yellow flowers whose seeds are eaten like those of the Tamarind treesp. Cassia bicapsularis fam. Caesalpiniaceae1.5.2Bush, shrub
nabulendenabulendenplant sp.1.5Plant
nabuliadvevery; all members collectivelyBosibosi nabuli agaali naŋuma tikiti yʼomusolo bamuŋambire.All those without poll tax tickets were arrested.8.1.5.3Both9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns8.1.5All
nabulubanabulubancommon weed growing to 15 cm among crops on farms that has white flowerssp. Cyperus rotundus fam. Cyperaceae1.5Plant6.2.4Tend a field
nabulungunabulungunsmall tree whose stem is used for making shafts for spears. Women don’t use it as fire wood because of the foul smelling smokesp. Tricalysia pallens fam Rubiaceae1.5Plant
nabuluŋwanabuluŋwanbush with thorns1.5.2Bush, shrub
nabunjuusinabunjuusingrass sp.1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nabunobenabunobenwife not loved much by a polygamous husband4.3.3.1Hate, ill will3.4.2.1.1Dislike4.1.9.2.1Husband, wife4.3.3Love
nabuŋiriŋirinrust; fungal cow peas disease that makes the leaves crumpledsp. Phytophthora1.5.7Plant diseases
nabusandonabusandonclimbing plant with white sap whose hollow vine is used for making tubes and baskets6.6.4.2Weaving baskets and mats1.5Plant
nabusyanunabusyanunwhite type of mushroom that grows on anthills and gives off powdery stuff1.5.4Moss, fungus, algae
nabuyalanabuyalanobnoxious weed in banana plantations that grows up to a half a metresp. Galinsoga parviflora fam. Compositae1.5Plant6.2.4Tend a field
nabyembonabyembonAfrican thrush; small brown bird that measures 22 cm and has a yellow beak. It usually sings without repeating its songsp. Turdus pelios fam. Turdidae1.6.1.2Bird
nabyodonabyodonreed-like grass that grows up to 1.5 m whose flowers are redsp. Pennisetum plestestacum fam. Paniceae1.5.3Grass, herb, vine
nabbooloabanabboolon1Savannah Baboon; animal of the monkey family with shoulders higher than the hindquarters and a short tail. It does not grow hair on its buttockssp. Papio cynocephalus fam. Cercopithecidae1.6.1.1.1Primate2Olive baboonsp. Papio anubis1.6.1.1.1Primate