Search results for "Smell"

agaŋunyaoguŋunyansmelly things that exude foul airAmeeno oba amadosi gaŋunya bubi.The teeth that are smelly or the mud that is smelly.2.3.4Smell

ahabbaaniobubbaaniLugandan1resin or incense from the purple canary tree that gives off sweet smelling smoke when burntObubbaani butera ohudunyisiwa hu mikolo jʼamadiini agandi.Incense from the purple canary tree is usually burnt during some religious rituals.6.6.2.9Working with chemicals1.5.5Parts of a plant2.3.4Smell2sweet smelling smoke from the bark of an incense or purple canary tree5.5.5What fires produce4.9.8Religious things2.3.4Smell

ahaloosaobuloosansweet smell2.3.3Taste2.3.4Smell

ahawoowoobuwoowon1aroma, the smell of a tasty dish2.3.4Smell2perfume5.4.5Anoint the body5.4.2Cosmetics2.3.4Smell

ebbohenfoul smell; characteristic smell exuded from the mouth or given off from the urineHiboneha oti aliriiye ebbo kuba naŋeera oŋunyira ebbohe lyereere.It looks like he used sauce made from leaves of cow peas because his breath is smelly.2.3.4Smell

eheehencharacteristic smell of fish1.6.1.5Fish2.3.4Smell

ehibuluebibulunfoul smell2.3.4Smell

ehimbuugaebimbuugancaked food smell; characteristic smell of burnt millet food when mingling2.3.4Smell

ehitaŋunyaebitaŋunyanodourless thing; s.t. without smellAmaaji amalaŋi hiitu ehitaŋunya.Pure water is s.t. that has no smell.2.3Sense, perceive2.3.4Smell

ehyʼahawoowoebyʼahawoowons.t. with a sweet smell esp. well cooked food or sauce2.3.3Taste2.3.4Smell

eraafunsmell exuded by s.b. who has drunk alcohol5.2.3.7.2Drunk2.3.4Smell

ohuduuhavemit a bad smell, odour2.3.4Smell

ohuduunyavsmoulder; burn slowly without flames and only smoke emittingEkwi jiri huduunya huduunya sijaduha.The fire wood is just smouldering and not burning in flames.5.5.4Burn5.5Fireohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smoke2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicine

ohuŋunda2vsniff with an intention of smelling s.t.Ta emere eyo husuulu oŋunde ohubona nʼehiriiha.Sniff at that food to find out whether it can still be eaten.2.3.4Smell

ohuŋunyavsmell; emit the odour of s.t.2.3.4Smellohuŋunya ehulumbuvproduce a bad body smell caused by not bathing combined with sweating2.2.6Sweat2.3.4Smellohuŋunya omuligovIdiom. smell like rotten materials8.3.7.8Decay2.3.4Smellohuŋunyiravsmell; draw air through the nose in order to perceive the odour of s.t.2.3.4Smellohuŋunyirisavsniff, inhale the air quickly in short audible inhalations, e.g., as a hunting dog following the scent of an animal2.3.4Smell

ohuŋunya ehulumbuvproduce a bad body smell caused by not bathing combined with sweating2.2.6Sweat2.3.4Smellder. ofohuŋunya

ohuŋunya omuligovIdiom. smell like rotten materialsOmulambo gunagona endaalo ebiri guŋunya omuligo.After two days a dead body gives off a foul smell.8.3.7.8Decay2.3.4Smellder. ofohuŋunya

ohuŋunyiravsmell; draw air through the nose in order to perceive the odour of s.t.Punyira hi?What do I smell?2.3.4Smellder. ofohuŋunya

ohuŋunyirisavsniff, inhale the air quickly in short audible inhalations, e.g., as a hunting dog following the scent of an animalEmbwa eŋunyirisa.A dog sniffs.Embwa epiimi eŋunyira olusu lwʼesolo.A hunting dog sniffs the scent of an animal.2.3.4Smellder. ofohuŋunya

ohwedunyisav1cause smoke to fume or to burn things2.5.7.5Traditional medicine5.5.5What fires produce2make the house have a sweet smell by burning incense in it5.5.1Light a fire5.5.4Burn5.8Manage a house2.3.4Smell5.5Fire3burn medicine on charcoal to treat illness; cover with a blanket to be treated with medicinal smokeBeduunyisa obubbaani.They burn incense.2.5.7Treat disease2.5.7.2Medicineder. ofohuduunya

olusu2nodour, smell; characteristic smell of s.b. or s.t.2.3.4Smell