afakedoafakedoEnglishAvocado; 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. Lauraceae1.5.1Tree22.214.171.124.1Food from seeds126.96.36.199.2Food from fruit
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ehiduumavar.duumaebiduuma1maize; crop that grows to a height of 3m, that has cobs where grains grow. Flour for meals is milled from these grainsEbyoma ni bihiiri huuja duuma baŋuulanga huŋuula.Before the introduction of the hammer mills maize grains were just pounded.sp. Zea mays fam. Poaceae188.8.131.52.1Food from seeds184.108.40.206.3Growing maize2maize cob220.127.116.11.1Food from seeds18.104.22.168.3Growing maize1.5.5Parts of a plant3maize grain22.214.171.124.1Food from seeds126.96.36.199.3Growing maize188.8.131.52Thresh184.108.40.206Mill grain
ehigoloosoebigoloosoCashew 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. Anacardiaceae1.5.1Tree220.127.116.11.1Food from seeds
ehisandaebisanda1piece of broken gourd18.104.22.168Conveying water22.214.171.124Food storage126.96.36.199Eating utensil1.5.3Grass, herb, vine6.7.7Container2ladle; cup made from a calabash gourd, used for drawing sauce from a pan188.8.131.52Eating utensil184.108.40.206Serve food220.127.116.11Cooking utensil3coconut shell18.104.22.168.1Food from seeds22.214.171.124.1Growing coconuts
embeheembehegrain; seeds of grass-like crops like rice and milletEmbehe endala eyʼomubere yamaamo omubere ogwigusa engoho edatu.One sorghum seed can yield enough grains to satisfy three hens.Omuhuuji gudumuuha gwaleha embehe hu lugali ni bahonja.The chaff blows and leaves the grain on a tray when winnowing.126.96.36.199.1Food from seeds188.8.131.52.2Food from fruit1.5.5Parts of a plant