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sabadikoniabasabadikoniEnglishnarchdeacon4.9.7.1Religious person
sabalabiriziabasabalabiriziEnglishnarchbishop4.9.7.1Religious person
sabulisabuliKiswahilin1fault; blameEyo sabuli yiye.That’s his fault.4.7.6.3Fault3.5.1.8.1Blame2problem4.4.2Trouble4.4.2.1Problem
SabbiitiadvSunday; the first day of the week8.4.1.3.1Days of the week
sabbuunisabbuuninsoap5.6Cleaning5.6.4Wash clothes5.6.2Bathe
sagalasaasasagalasaasantree sp. that has flowers on top1.5.1Tree
sagalasaasisagalasaasinherb that grows up to one and a half metre with pods like those of cow peas. Its roots are used for the treatment of upset stomachsp. Senna obtusifolia ( Cassia obtusifolia ) fam. Caesaipiniaceae1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2.5.7.3Medicinal plants
sakirisitiyaabasakirisitiyaEnglishn1sacrist, church officer who is in charge of the room attached to a church where vestments are kept4.9.7.1Religious person2church dressing room5.3.7Wear clothing5.3.5Clothes for special people6.5.2.7Room4.9.8Religious things
salabagesisalabagesincreeping plant sp. with sharp edges commonly found in swampy areas1.5Plant
salasaasasalasaasanlarge gregarious wingless insect that looks like the black ant1.6.1.7Insect
salaaniasalaanianspendthrift behaviour; extravagant expenditure6.8.4.7Spend
saluunisaluuniEnglishnsalon5.4.3.5Cut hair
saminywisaminywinBlack Giant; slender wingless insect with a very painful sting1.6.1.7Insect
samometasamometaEnglishnthermometer2.5.7Treat disease8.2.8Measure
samulisamulinghee5.2.3.3Cooking ingredients5.2.3.3.5Cooking oil5.2.3.2.2Milk products
samwenevar.somwenepromyself9.2.3.1Reflexive pronouns
sapuleesisapuleesiEnglishnsurplice; cassock5.3.4Clothes for special occasions4.9.8Religious things5.3.1Men's clothing
satirisatiriEnglishnsentry4.4.4.5Protect4.6.6.1Police4.8.2.4Defend4.8.3.6.4Soldier
sawumusawumuArabic via Kiswahilinfasting4.9.5.9Fasting5.2.2.9Fast, not eat
sayansisayansiEnglishnscience3.6.6Science
secungwasecungwanGrapefruit; tree of the same family as the orange tree that grows up to 15 m whose fruit are bigger and more succulent than orangesObululu obuli mu secungwa bwita ameno.The bitterness in the grapefruit makes the teeth feel chilly.sp. Citrus paradisi fam. Rutaceae1.5.1Tree
sehuluabasehulun1grandpa4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother2grandparental clan; kinship category that refers to all men of the three non-lineal grandparental clans (MoMo, MoFa, FaMo)4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmothersehulu nguhwangrandparents4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmother
sehulu nguhwasehulu nguhwangrandparents4.1.9.1.1Grandfather, grandmotherder. ofsehulu
semutundusemutundunBargus fish; fish with barbs at its mouth and with a forked tail fin that has sharp endssp. Bagrus1.6.1.5Fish
senyiganflu2.5.6.2Fever2.5.2Disease