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ahaafuobuhaafuEnglishn1half, one of the two equal parts after dividing s.t.8.1.1.6Fraction2piece of s.t.ŋaaho omwana ehimesu hyʼomugati.Please, give the child a piece of bread.8.1.6.2Piece8.1.1.6Fraction8.6Parts of things8.1.6.1Part8.1.5.1Some

ehiŋandeebiŋandenpart, portion; piece of a whole that has been cut up or broken8.1.6.2Piece8.1.1.6Fraction8.6Parts of things8.1.6.1Part8.1.5.1Some

ehitunduebitundun1ehimesuEnyama bamuŋaaye ya hitundu hi? Hu hiŋinga oba hu muhono?Which part of the meat was he given? (Was it) from the thigh or from the front leg?8.1.6.2Piece8.1.1.6Fraction8.6Parts of things8.1.6.1Part8.1.5.1Some2half; s.t. divided right in the middleHuhigabaniiye ŋagati; aŋirireho ehitundu hesi naŋira ehitundu.We shared it in the middle; he took a half and I also took a half.8.1.1.6Fraction3geographical area; part of the earthOŋwera mu hitundu hi mwʼAmerica?Which part of America do you come from?8.1.6.1Part1.2World4.6.7Region1.2.1Land

ehyaŋuebyaŋun1slice; cut piece of s.t.8.1.6.2Piece8.1.1.6Fraction8.6Parts of things8.1.6.1Part8.1.5.1Some2half; one of the two solid equal parts of s.t.8.1.1.6Fraction

esaawaesaawan1watch, clock; device worn at the wrist or hung on a wall for showing time8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watch2period; length of time8.4.1Period of time8.4Time8.4.7.3Interval3hour; span of sixty minutes8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Time4ebiseera mu lunakuEsaawa jinga?What is the time?8.4.4Telling time8.4.1.2.3Time of the day8.4.1Period of time8.4Timeesaawa nitulaadvsunrise; time when the sun first appears in the east8.4.1.2.3Time of the day1.1.1Sun

esaawa yʼohungalonwrist watch8.4.4Telling time8.4.4.2Clock, watchesaawa yosiyoosiadvIdiom. anytime8.4Time8.4.3Indefinite time8.1.5.1Some9.2.3.2Indefinite pronouns

ohwitulula2v1pour; flow in abundant quantityYitulula amaaji ohuŋwa musaha hunywe.Take out water from the pot for us to drink.Manafa sigomera, getuluha omwaha gwosigwosi.River Manfa does not dry up, it flows continuously throughout the year.Amaaji getuluhire buli ŋaatu mwirungu.Water has been flowing every where in the swamp.1.3.2Movement of water1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour2ohutusa amasiga amangiGetuluhire amasiga nʼalira nyina.She shed a lot of tears when mourning her mother.3.5.6.5Cry, tearohwitululahovpour off some1.3.2Movement of water7.3.2.7Take something out of something1.3.2.1Flow1.3.2.2Pour8.1.5.1Some