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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ahatundaobutunda1passion fruit vine; climbing plant with colourful flowers from which edible oval fruit grow and that turn purple or yellow when ripesp. Passiflora eduli fam. Passifloraceae188.8.131.52.2Food from fruit1.5.3Grass, herb, vine2fruit from the passion plant184.108.40.206.2Food from fruit3squeezed passion fruit used as a beverage220.127.116.11Beverage18.104.22.168.2Food from fruit
amasanjaolusanjadry banana leavesAmasanja abaatu bagewihira hu magombe.People cover themselves with banana dry leaves when keeping vigil at the grave.22.214.171.124Plant product126.96.36.199.2Food from fruit188.8.131.52.2Growing bananas1.5.5Parts of a plantohudaanya ahasanjaIdiom. hand over to s.b. else; indicate who is to dance next by throwing them the cloth that is tied around the wait while dancing4.2.4Dance7.4.1Give, hand to
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.184.108.40.206.1Food from seeds220.127.116.11.2Food from fruit1.5.5Parts of a plant