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ahaboneroobuboneron1sign, gesture, indication; s.t. that shows that s.t. else is happening or exists or will do so in the futureOhuhotamiraho omuutu habonero hʼohulaga eŋono.Bowing for s.b. is a sign of respect.Egulu ohuŋumaho bireri hiraga hiti endoboli yija.The cloudless sky shows that the dry season is approaching.7.2.4.8Map3.5.6Sign, symbol3.5.8.4Show, indicate3.5.6.1Gesture2.5.6Symptom of disease2written mark to show meaningMu Hubala mulimo obubonero obulaga ohugata, ohutusaho ohugabira nʼohuhubyamo.In Arithmetic there are marks for addition, subtraction, division and multiplication.7.7.7Mark3.5.6Sign, symbol

ehimanyisavar.ehimanyisoebimanyisansignal, indication; recognised sign giving informationHiina ehimanyisa hiiti oli wʼehisa.What indicates that you are a kind person.3.5.6Sign, symbol3.5.8.4Show, indicate

ehipande2ebipandensign post; pole with writing at the roadside or where roads meet that warns or gives instructions to road users6.5.4.1Road7.2.4.8Map3.5.6Sign, symbol3.5.8.4Show, indicate

ehiragaebiragansign, indication; s.t. that acts to show that s.t. else exists or might happen or will exist in futureNamalala anatagiha ohuguluha ehyo hiraga ti endoboli eri huupi hwola.When the striped starts flying about is a sign the dry season is about to start.3.5.6Sign, symbol3.5.8.4Show, indicate

ohulamba2vbrand; put a sign or a mark on s.t.Babalire etebe bahena bajirambaho ahabonero hʼesomero.They counted the chairs and then engraved a school sign on them.7.7.7Mark8.3.3.3.5Animal color, marking5.4.6Ritual scar3.5.6Sign, symbol6.3Animal husbandry8.3.3.3.7Multicolored