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afakedoafakedoEnglishnAvocado; tree bearing green or purple fruits with edible green flesh surrounding large seeds that is usually used as dessertOfakedo sanyunyuula hyʼebibala ebindi.Avocado pears are not as sweet as most fruit.sp. Persea americana fam. Lauraceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit

ahaduhuobuduhuntree used for medicine1.5.1Tree2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ahasaalaobusaalan1baton; small wooden cylinder exchanged during a relay race4.2.6.2Sports2small tree1.5.1Treeahasaala hʼehibiriitinmatchstick; one of the sticks in a match box5.5.1Light a fire

ebyomuhibiraehyomuhibiranforest environment; all the living and non-living things that are found in the forestEbyʼomuhibira ebisinga obungi byesigama hu bisaala.Most things found in the forest depend on trees.1.5.1Tree6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

edeŋoamadeŋon1thicket; trees that are in a group in a separate placeEkwi bajiteenya mu madeŋo.Firewood is collected from the thickets.6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land2forest; thick growth of trees covering an area of landAmadeŋo gabaamo ebisaala ebya buli hiha.The wood consists all sorts of trees.Ekereŋe jiba mu madeŋo.Squirrels live in the wood.1.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

ehibinubinuebibinubinunCandle Bush; shrub that grows to a height of 3 m and has yellow flowers. It grows in grassland and near forests. It is believed to cure several diseases such as stomach ache, ringworm, gonorrhoea and othersEhibinubinu hyaponeheseye omwana nʼalwaye muhida.The Candle bush cured my child when he had stomach ache.sp. Cassia didymobotrya fam. Caesalpiniaceae1.5.1Tree2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ehibiraebibiraLugandanforest, thicket; large area of land covered with trees and plants, or the trees and plants themselvesOhweyongera hwʼabaatu hugira ebibira bihendera.The increase in the population is making the forest is making the forests diminish.1.5.1Tree6.5.1.3Land, property1.2.1.6Forest, grassland, desert1.2.1Land

ehigoloosoebigoloosonCashew nut; tree that grows to a height of 10m with groundnut-like seeds from which oil is extractedEhigolooso njʼehirala hu birime ebya buli mwaha ebiŋwamo obufuni.The cashew nut tree is one of the perennial crops that bring wealth.sp. Anacardium occidentale fam. Anacardiaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.1Food from seeds

ehihinduebihindunAfrican oil palm, Guinea oil palm, Wild oil palm; tree that grows mainly in swamps and whose leaves are used for weaving matsWegenderesa nʼohoola esaasa jʼohu muhindu kuba amaŋwa gagwo gabutwa.Be careful when getting leaves from the canary date palm tree because its thorns are poisonous.sp. Elaei guineensis fam. Palmae1.5.1Tree

ehimuliebimulinflower; part of a plant from which seeds develop1.5.5Parts of a plantehimuli hya YakobbonFrangipani; ornamental tree with white or red flowers that have a fragrant smellsp. Plumeria rubra fam. Apocynaceae1.5.1Tree

ehimuli hya Yakobboebimuli bya YakobbonFrangipani; ornamental tree with white or red flowers that have a fragrant smellsp. Plumeria rubra fam. Apocynaceae1.5.1Treeder. ofehimuli

ehiroowaebiroowanPig nut fig; tree that is a common boundary plant between plots of land, whose sap is applied on fresh woundsOnahuula ehiroowa hyʼolubibi guba musango.If you uproot a boundary fig nut tree, you commit a crime.sp. Jatropha curcas fam. Euphorbiaceae1.5.1Tree2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

ehisihiebisihin1stump that remains when a tree is cut1.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering1.5.5Parts of a plant2log for burning; e.g., logs are burned for many nights during those parts of a funeral where the bereaved sleep outsideAbeŋwa baheja ebisihi ebyʼebihoso omuutu nafuuye.The nephews find logs for the fireplace at the grave when s.b. dies.6.6.3.2Wood6.2.5.4Plant product5.5.6Fuel

ehisihinaebisihinanbuttress; part of a tree that is next to the groundEmisi jʼehisaala jitandihira hu hisihina.The roots of a tree begin at its buttress.1.5.1Tree1.5.5Parts of a plant

ehiswataebiswatantree sp.1.5.1Tree

ehitongoofaebitongoofanCoral Tree; multi-stemmed shrub that grows up to 6 m and has thick succulent bark with a lot of latexOhutusaho ohitambisa ngʼehyamaŋoono ehitongoofa hyosi hihola humabwa amanyaaha, ko nʼohuhosiira mu hida.Apart from being used as a decorative, the Coral tree is also used to treat fresh wounds and its seeds are used as a purgative.sp. Jatropha multifida fam. Euphorbiaceae1.5.1Tree1.5.2Bush, shrub

ekanagaekanagantree used esp. for making small shrines1.5.1Tree6.6.3.1Lumbering

ekombeekomben1hollow in the trunk of a treeEkokonyagirisi ni dulenge biteera mu kombe.The woodpecker and the horn bill lay their eggs in tree hollows.Embahi jigona mu kombe.Squirrels sleep in tree hollows.1.5.1Tree1.6.5Animal home8.3.1.6.3Hollow2pond; small area of still water, in a contrived or natural hollow1.3.1.2Swamp1.3.1Bodies of water

emwanyiemwanyin1Arabica Coffee bush; perennial crop growing up to 3 m, whose seeds are ground and drunk in hot waterEmwanyi hirala hu birime ebyʼamagusi.Coffee is one of the commercial crops.sp. Coffea arabica (L.)5.2.6Stimulant1.5.1Tree6.2.1.7.2Growing coffee5.2.3.6Beverage2coffee berries5.2.6Stimulant6.2.1.7.2Growing coffee5.2.3.6Beverage3coffee beans5.2.6Stimulant6.2.1.7.2Growing coffee5.2.3.6Beverage

etoogaetooganpurple fruits of a tree that grows to a height of 5 m, and sometimes climbs otherssp. Carisa edulis fam. Apocynaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit2.5.7.3Medicinal plants

haduŋa hasindeobuduŋa busindensmall Candelabra Euphorbia tree1.5.1Treeder. ofomuduŋa

jambulajambulanJava plum; tree growing up to 30 m whose green fruits turn purple when they ripensp. Syzygium cuminii ( S. jambolanum ) fam. Myrtaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit

mangadamangadanTangerine; orange type of tree that grows up to 8 m whose fruit is succulent and ease to peelMangada njʼasinga ohunyunyuula mu micungwa jahuno.Tangerines are the sweetest oranges grown in this country.sp. Citrus reticulata ( C. nobilis) fam. Rutaceae1.5.1Tree5.2.3.1.2Food from fruit

mayirungimayirunginKhat; Somali tea tree planted in Arabia whose leaves produce a stimulant that is chewed raw to make one feel exhilaratedsp. Catha edulis fam. Celastraceae1.5.1Tree5.2.5Narcotic