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ebbooniamabbooninsweet potato; root of the potato vine that is used as foodsp. Ipomea batatas fam. Convolvulaceae5. from roots1.5.3Grass, herb, vine6. potatoesohugera agabboonivIdiom. make mocking gestures using the fingers3.5.1.8Criticize4.5.5.2Lack respect3.

ehisuusuebisuusunmist; tiny droplets of water hanging about in the airEhisuusu hitera ohubaaho mu mugamba owiire ni bubaaye buŋololohi.Mist commonly appears in the mornings following cold nights.Onafuga egali nuŋeera omuya gwʼehisuusu olwala ehifuba.If you breathe misty air when riding a bicycle you get chest pain.Obukukumuhira bwʼamaaji mu hisuusu bufanihirisa efiiri oti fi.The water droplets in the mist settling on hair make it look grey.Higosi ohufuga emotoka mu hisuusu kuba soobona ŋale.It is difficult to drive in a misty weather because you don’t see far. hisuusuvMetaphor. be gloomy; be in an angry mood3.4.2.3Angry3.4.2.1Sad4.3.3.1Hate, ill will3.

ekenyeraekenyeranunfriendly hostile dispositionEkenyera yagirire gaŋa esalaŋo embi.Jealousy led him to jaundice his judgement.4.8.1Hostility3.4.2.3Angry4.3.3.1Hate, ill will4.3.4.9Cruel4. harshly4.1.6.1Unfriendly4.8Conflict

etiman1malice, spite; when you want to be alone and feel malicious to others3., ill will4.1.6.1Unfriendly2anger; strong feeling against s.b. or a situation that makes you want to hurt s.b., be unpleasant, shout at s.b. etc. anger3.4.2.3Angry4.3.3.1Hate, ill will4.8.2.8Violent4.

obusungunanger, fury; passionate displeasure against s.b. or a situation that makes s.b. want to do harmNaali nʼobusungu bungi ni naŋuliiye ohwitiwa hwa hooja.I had much anger when I heard of the murder of my uncle.4.8.1Hostility3.4.2.3Angry4.3.3.1Hate, ill will4.8.2.8Violent3.

ohufundulavar.ohufundula emoniv1stare; look in one place for sometime without blinkingAfunduliye emoni hu hifananyi hya Papa.He is staring at the Pope’s photograph. wide-eyedMu hirema omuutu agenda nafunduye emoni.When walking in the dark a person opens his eyes wide. indicating angerGafunduliye omwibi agali namwibireho ahasaŋu.She scowled at the thief who had stolen her handbag.Gafunduliye omwana emoni agaali ni gebire epiiya jije nʼobusungu obugali.In anger he opened the eyes very wide for the child who stole his money. expression3.

ohuhiinavar.ohuhuuniahuuniav1flatter; attribute s.b. with qualities or values he does not haveOhupaaha omuutu oti mulaŋi ate wenda ahwigerese huupi ni naye ko wa hamwiba.Telling s.b. that he is very good so that he becomes familiar with you to enable you to steal from him.ŋiiniaŋiiniav1tantalise; tease by giving s.t. and then snatching it back or by promising s.t. that cannot be fulfilled4.3.5.6Hypocrite3.3Want3. s.b. with contempt4.3.2.1Despise someone4.5.5.2Lack respect4.3.7.1Impolite

ohujejeresavmimic, imitate with mockery and derision; repeat what s.b. has said in a despising manner8.3.5.5Imitate3.5.1.8Criticize3.