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amalironwailing, mourning; crying in a loud voice due to sadnessAmaliro gagirire hwamanya ohufa hwa lataawo.The wailing made us know the death of your father., tear2.6.6.4Mourn

ehibomboŋaliebibomboŋalins.b. that is reserved or unhappy3.4.2.1Sad

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.

ehitululuebitululunsituation or event that is very sad, esp. one involving death or suffering4.4.2Trouble3.4.2.1Sad4.4.2.3Accident4.4.2.4Disaster

laata wa namweneinterjIdiom. ‘woe is me’ an expression of self pityŊaahani amagaali gagula mitwalo ene; ne laata wa namwene, si sobolahugula!Now, bicycles cost only forty thousands, but poor me I can’t afford to buy any!

ohudambavbe poor, have nothing; be bereft of thingsOnadamba oheesanga otyotyo buli eyi wagaana.When you have no property at all; you greet whoever you meet. status4.1.4.1Social classohudambadambanavget into trouble and roam about in a poor state4.4.2Trouble4.4.2.1Problem4.7.7.5Ostracize4.4.2.6Sufferohudambisaniavtoil; work hard so as to get rid of poverty6. hard6.1.2.3Work wellohudambyavcause misery that makes s.b. suffer3.4.2.1Sad4.7.7Punish2.5.6.1Pain4.3.4.9Cruel4.4.2.6Suffer2.5.3Injure4. a person4.7.9.6Oppress4.7.9.5Act harshly4.6.5Subjugate

ohuhondyolavlook askance at s.b.; view with suspicion or disapprovalWanjala ahandyola buli amusinga obugaaga.Wanjala looks askance at anyone richer than he is. expression3.4.2Feel bad3.4.2.1Sad4.7.5.2Suspect3. of something3.5.1.8Criticize

ohujereeravbe crestfallen, dejected3.4.2.1Sadohujereruhavlose hope completely3.2.7.2Hopeless

ohulirav1cry, mourn, moan, weep; utter loud inarticulate sounds, esp. in pain or grief, and usually accompanied with tearsOmwana alira.The baby is crying.Tiina ohulira masenge yange.I am going to mourn my aunt., tear2.6.6.4Mourn2show sympathy towards s.b. for, support4.3.1Good, moral6.8.3.2Generous4.4.4.1Mercy4.3.4Do good to4.4.4.2Show sympathy, support4.3.4.4Altruistic, selflessohulira olwondavIdiom. sympathise and help the needy4.4.4Respond to someone in trouble4.4.4.2Show sympathy, support4.3.4.2Helpohuliriravlong, cry for; want s.b. or s.t., tear3.3Wantohulirisavsympathise, empathise, commiserate; share the sorrow with, give support during a time of bereavementSynohusaasira for, support4.3.1Good, moral6.8.3.2Generous4.4.4.1Mercy4.3.4Do good to4.4.4.2Show sympathy, support4.3.4.4Altruistic, selflessohweriravlament3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mournohweriraliravseek sympathy; cry out for help2.3.2.4Loud3.

ohumubomboŋalivbe sad, downcast3.4.2.1Sadder. ofohubomboŋala

ohunyikaalavwear a sad face because of having received sad newsOhufa hwa meeriwe humuleteeye ohunyikaala.The death of his friend has put him into disillusion. expression3.4.2.1Sadohunyikaasavmake s.b. sad, sullen3.4.2.3Angry3.4.2.1Sad

ohunyikaasavmake s.b. sad, sullen3.4.2.3Angry3.4.2.1Sadder. ofohunyikaala

ohuŋoolavbe emotional when mourning a deathNafiriiye abaatu bangi njahuŋoola.I have lost a lot of people and I am going to mourn., tear2.6.6.4Mourn

ohuŋubaala3vgrieve; be in a state of sorrow with deep personal thoughtsNinafiriiye omwana naŋubaaye.When I lost my child I was in sorrow and in deep thoughts.
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