Search results for "Religious person"

afugiiriravar.ofugiiriraabafugiiriranbeliever; s.b. who believes in s.t. or s.b.3.2.5.1Believe4.9.7.1Religious person

enjabuhanaenjabuhanan1engeri eyʼohutaba ŋalala oba ohwihirisiganiaOhutasoma hwaletireŋo enjabuhana ŋagati wuwe nʼabaganda babe.Being illiterate brought about his separation between him and his brothers.7.5.1.1Separate, scatter4.1.6.3Alone4.4.2.5Separate, alone4.1.6Disunity2.6.1.4Divorce2conversion, from one religion to anotherOhuteenda husiiba hwaletireŋo enjabuhana yiye nʼehisiraamu gacuuha gehirihisa mu Kuristo.The dislike for fasting brought about his conversion from Islam to Christianity.3.2.5.1Believe4.9.7.1Religious person

hyehaabahyehanMuslim leader (a Muslim leader of higher rank than a mullah)4.9.7.3Islam4.9.7.1Religious person

kadinaalikadinaaliEnglishnCardinal; religious leader4.9.7.1Religious person

ohucuuhav1convert; change from one religion to another3.2.5.1Believe4.9.7.1Religious person2turn about; move from one place to another and then return or from one condition to another and resume the original condition9.1.1.2Become, change state7.2.3.6Return7.2.2.2Move backohucuuhacuuhavbe changeable; keep changing places or moods7.2.1.6Steady, unsteady4.3.8Change behaviorohucuuhaŋovreturn; move back7.2.3.6Return7.2.2.2Move backohucuusav1reform; make s.t. change9.1.1.2Become, change state8.3.5.2.3Different9.1.2.6Change something4.8.4.6Repent4.9.7Religious organization7.3Move something7.3.3.2Return something7.3.5Turn something7.2.2.6Turn4.3.8Change behavior7.2Move8.3.7.6Improve7.3.2Move something in a direction2cause s.t. to turn; move s.t. from its original place7.3Move something7.3.5Turn something7.2.2.6Turn3stir5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation7.5.3Mixohucuusa amambalirevchange clothes; change the way of dressing9.1.1.2Become, change state8.3.5.2.3Different9.1.2.6Change something5.3.9Style of clothing4.3.8Change behavior8.3.7.6Improveohucuusa ekolavchange plans, make changes to what you were going to do9.1.1.2Become, change state9.1.2.6Change something3.2.5.8Change your mindohucuusa episavreform; change behaviour8.3.5.2.3Different9.1.2.6Change something4.8.4.6Repent4.3.8Change behavior8.3.7.6Improve3.2.2.6Realizeohucuusacuusavmix up, rearrange, disorganise8.4.5.1Order, sequence7.5.5.1Disorganized7.5.4.2Tangle7.5Arrange4.3.6.3Untidy7.5.3.1Pure, unmixed7.5.3Mixohutacuuhavbe steady4.3.6Self-controlled3.4.1.2.2Calm7.2.1.6Steady, unsteady

omufuleeraabafuleeranmonk; brother in a church or religious order4.9.7.1Religious person

omuhindu1abahindunHindu; s.b. professing the Hindu religion that originated from IndiaAbahindu sibalya nyama yʼeŋombe.The Hindu believers don’t eat beef.4.9.7.4Hinduism4.9.7.1Religious person

omukatulikiabakatulikiEnglishnCatholic; member of the Catholic faith4.9.7.2Christianity4.9.7.1Religious person

omukirizaabakirizanbelieverAbafugiirira ni bataweeneho baba bakiriza.Those who accept without seeing are believers.3.2.5.1Believe4.9.7.1Religious person

omulebe mu diiniabalebe mu diininreligious colleague; brother or sister (in Christ)4.9.7.2Christianity4.9.7.1Religious personder. ofomulebe

omuŋalimuabaŋalimunMullah, Muezzin, Moslem preacher4.9.7.3Islam4.9.7.1Religious person

omuŋeeresaabaŋeeresan1servant; s.b. who works for another, esp. in a home4.5.4.3Serve6.1.1Worker5.2.1.5Serve food2church worker; church minister4.9.7.1Religious person3builder ’s assistant6.1.6Made by hand6.5Working with buildings

omusengiabasenginpriest; s.b. who offers up sacrifices4.9.5.5Offering, sacrifice4.9.7.1Religious person4.8.4.3Appease
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