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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.3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mourn

ehihahaatiebihahaatinmourning dressAhyambala ehihahaati hya wamwe.She still wears mourning dress for her husband.5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2.6.6.4Mourn

ehikondooleebikondoolenpiece of cloth or belt or banana fibre tied around the waist at the time of mourning5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.3Traditional clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2.6.6.4Mourn

ehiririroebiririronmourning cloth; originally a sash tied around the waist or the head when mourning, but nowadays it means any cloth worn when mourning5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.3Traditional clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2.6.6.4Mourn

enduuluenduulunhue and cry; loud cry of alarm indicating bereavement or dangerGahubbire enduulu abakondo olu babalumbireShe made a hue and cry when the robbers attacked them.Hwaŋuliye enduulu nga humanya huti omwana wa muliranwa yefe afuye.We heard a keening sound and knew that our neighbour’s child had died.3.5.1.2.1Announce3.3.3.7Warn2.3.2.4Loud3.5.1.1.1Shout2.6.6.4Mournohuhubba enduuluvmake an alarm noise that signifies danger3.5.1.2.1Announce3.3.3.7Warn3.5.1.1.1Shout

jogiryojogiryondeliberate fall due to grief or bereavementOmuseere gaguuye jogiryo ni gaali nʼalira semwana agafuuye.The boy fell down when she was mourning her dead father.7.2.2.5.1Fall2.6.6.4Mournohwehubba jogiryovfall down repeatedly7.2.2.5.1Fall

ohubboloogavwail, bawl; utter a loud cry due to pain or griefOmwibi gabbologire ni bamuhubba.The thief screamed when he was being flogged.Gabboloogire nalira nyina.He cried aloud when mourning his mother.Gabboloogire ni bamuhubba esimbo.He cried loudly when he was being given strokes of the cane.2.5.6.1Pain3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mourn

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.3.4.2.1Sad2.5.6.1Pain3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mourn2show sympathy towards s.b.4.3.4.5.1Provide 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.3.5.6.5Cry, tear3.3Wantohulirisavsympathise, empathise, commiserate; share the sorrow with, give support during a time of bereavementSynohusaasira 14.3.4.5.1Provide 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 help2.3.2.4Loud3.5.1.1.1Shout

ohuŋiriitavgrowl, groan; the sound of a dog, or when s.b. makes a glottal sound like a dog because of anger or hostilityEmbwa yaŋiritiiye ni yambweneho.The dog growled when it saw me.2.5.6.1Pain2.2.1Breathe, breath1.6.4.3Animal sounds2.6.6.4Mourn2.3.2.3Types of sounds

ohuŋoloogavshout emotionally while crying, e.g., when mourning a death3.5.1.1.1Shout2.6.6.4Mourn

ohuŋoolavbe emotional when mourning a deathNafiriiye abaatu bangi njahuŋoola.I have lost a lot of people and I am going to mourn.3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, 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.3.4.2.1Sad2.6.6.4Mourn

ohusihimbwavsob; cry silently with a convulsive catching of the breath3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mourn

ohwehuulavmourn, of a manAbasinde batera ohwehuula ni wuhya.Men often mourn at dawn.3.4.2.1Sad3.5.6.5Cry, tear2.6.6.4Mourn

ohwisijavgroan; utter sounds that indicate pain or grief2.5.6.1Pain2.2.1Breathe, breath2.6.6.4Mourn2.3.2.3Types of sounds

omugeemigencirclet ring, made of either dry banana fibre or cloth material worn on the head, e.g., when mourningOmufiire saalya muge (olugero). Mutamulehera njala; mumulabirire.The widow does not eat the circlet around her head; (a proverb) Don’t starve the widow; look after her.5.3.2Women's clothing5.3.3Traditional clothing5.3.4Clothes for special occasions2.6.6.4Mourn