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ahabeŋoobubeŋonbreeze; wind that does not blow fastAhabeŋo hatengesya ebisaala polapola.The breeze is gently shaking the trees.1.1.3.1Windohunywa embeŋovIdiom. enjoy life3.4.1.1.8Pleased with3.4.1Feel good3.4.1.1.1Enjoy doing something3.4.1.2Happy3.4.1.1Like, loveohuŋulira embeŋovshiver; feel cold7.3.1.3Shake2.5.6.2Fever8.3.4.1Cold7.1.9Move a part of the body2.5.6Symptom of disease

ohudigidyav1cause shivering, chills by touching7.3.1.3Shake7.1.9Move a part of the body2tickle; touch where the nerve cells are numerous and cause a jerk7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touch3stroke; pass the hand over gently several times7.3.4.5Actions of the hand2.3.5Sense of touch7.3.4.1Touchder. ofohudigida

ohukukumuhavshake loose and fall down; many things becoming disengaged and falling down, e.g., fruit, leaves, even life itselfEmiyembe jikukumuha ni jiŋwa humasaala.Mangoes are falling down from the tree.Abaana bange baŋooye ohukukumuha bosibosi.All my children have dropped away [died].7.3.1.3Shake7.3.1.4Knock over7.9.2Tear down8.1.4.3Decrease9.3.1.4To a smaller degree7.2.2.5.1Fallohukukumulavshake s.t.7.3.1.3Shake7.2.2.8Move back and forthohukukumusavcause s.t. to shed, e.g., fruit from a tree by shaking branches or due to drought7.2.2.5Move down7.3.2.5Lower something7.2.2.5.1Fallohukukumusa amahoolavshed leaves1.5.6Growth of plants

ohusajavchurn; shake milk in a gourd until it has separated in order to obtain butter7.3.1.3Shake7.2.2.8Move back and forth5.2.3.2.2Milk products

ohusubaajavsway to and fro under the action of the windOmuyaga gunasubaaja omuyembe ngaaŋo emirabire jikukumuha.When a strong wind swings the branches of a mango tree, the ripe mangoes fall to the ground.7.3.1.3Shake7.2.2.8Move back and forth

ohusugusavcause s.t. to rockGasuguhiise etamu ohubona amaaji ni gahiirimo.He rocked the pot to find out whether there was still water in it.7.3.1.3Shake7.2.2.8Move back and forth

ohusundyav1shake, jiggle, move. s.t. up and downAbanasaale basundya amagulu.The bell-dancers are shaking their legs.7.3.1.3Shake7.3Move something7.2.2.8Move back and forth7.1.9Move a part of the body2toss a baby in the air rhythmically in order to soothe it4.4.4.7Relief7.4.5.2Throw away5.2.1.2Steps in food preparation7.3.1.1Throw3.4.1.2.2Calm2.6.4.1.1Care for a baby4.2.3.3Sing

ohutengerav1tremble, shiver; shake in the bodyGatengeeye olwomusango ohumuhira.He trembled because he lost the case.Omusuuja gwanumire olwejo omubiri gwosigwosi ni gutengeeta.A fever disturbed me yesterday when my whole body trembled.7.3.1.3Shake3.4.2.4Afraid2.5.6.2Fever7.1.9Move a part of the body2.5.6Symptom of disease3.4.2.4.1Worried2swayEbisaala biri hutengera nʼepuuji.The trees are swaying in the wind.7.2.2.8Move back and forthohutengeesyavshake or sway s.t. vigorously7.3.1.3Shake7.3Move something7.2.2.8Move back and forth1.2.1.7Earthquake

ohutengeesyavshake or sway s.t. vigorouslyMusisi atengeesya nʼamaani buli hiitu hu hyalo.The earthquake violently shakes everything on earth.Wange, tengeesya olusaga emiyembe jikukumuhe.Please, shake the branch so that the mangoes drop down.7.3.1.3Shake7.3Move something7.2.2.8Move back and forth1.2.1.7Earthquakeder. ofohutengera

ohuteetemavshiver, shudder; shake as a result of fear or illnessGateetemire ni gaŋuliiye ati baaja ohumuŋamba.He shook with fear when he heard that they were coming to arrest him.7.3.1.3Shake3.4.2.4Afraid2.5.6.2Fever7.1.9Move a part of the body2.5.6Symptom of disease3.4.2.4.1Worried
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