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ahabiri1ahabirinnice baby’s bodyAli nʼahabiri aheene ahayonjo .She has a nice clean little body.2.1Body2.6.4.1Baby

ahaanaobwanan1small or thin baby; child or infantAhaana henda ohwoka.The small baby wants to suck.Ahaana hondire olwʼobulwaye.The child is thin because of sickness. babyAhaana hahahena enaku edatu.The baby is three days old. mu hida.The foetus in the womb.

ehiweegeraebiweegerannewborn baby2.6.4.1Baby

ohubbuyambuyavattempt to chew, of a baby with no teeth5.2.2.4Manner of eating2.6.4.1Baby5.2.2.1Bite, chew

ohulobolav1vomit, usually by babies after breastfeeding2.5.2.3Stomach illness2.6.4.1Baby2.5.6Symptom of disease2take a portion, small part from7.3.3.1Take something from somewhere7.3.2.3Put aside

ohuyoboyavbabble, sounds made by a baby as it tries to speak3.5.8.3Unintelligible2.6.4.1Baby3. poorly3.5.5Foolish talk

ohwemeererav1stand up; be upright on the feetYemeerera omwami abita.Stand up, the chief is passing.7.1.1Stand7.2.2.4Move up2ohuhomyaGemereeye ohusaala abaana.She has stopped producing children. something6., finish8. alone; stage in baby development when the baby starts to stand on his ownAbaana abasinga obungi bemeerera ni baŋesa emyesi etaanu.Most babies start standing at the age of five months. posture7.1.1Stand4how things stand; how matters areEbiitu byemeereye biitye ŋahani?How are things now? with and cause s.b. to stop8.4.7.1Interrupt8. something3.3.4.4Prevent7.2.7.1Stop moving

ohwetengeererav1balance yourself7. s.t. on the head without touching it with the hands7.3Move something7.3.1Carry7.3.8Transport3stand upright, esp. a baby2.6.4.1Baby7.1.7Straight posture7.1.1Stand

olunderendereenderendereninfancy; tender age of a baby from one to three monthsMu lunderendere lwʼomwana si gahalinga bamuta hu mugongo.During the tender age of a baby he should not be carried on the back.

omwiboabeebonnewborn baby2.6.4.1Baby